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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00281


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I,'OltT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI Avenue Marie-Jeanne CITE LtjMARBSAIS ESTIME Phoc C!061 Vol XIII- Sunday Octol r 2nd, 1960 No.. 15
ait U. S. Arms Agre nt








TWO. ITALAN VISITORS Terms A o-
.T rst Everor


us ad ndaydscing hmsef a T e loii hnge o Ece
IORT-AU-PICE, HAITI Avenue arie-Jeanne -. ECeuti.e o IIM SIS PESroct aPhoe e 2concrolng XaL-- unday Oacolrr I; 1h 6 -the Nhono. t,






Gamb is a man Hotel" Oloff- cement bet w ee th Govern-nt Co e b rstaonis ,eye .
son manage ent-are ry an of niti a te United Stat tic of o tw G d f .
"ous to meet up aa.- Re was pub d ti k in t ing the Au is ing of





ows t of $572 ol a facial (overmsti. o.gan n oue certain Cntiry equipment a"
^r.,1or bo PiaijJsel iiirip from Moitteur." It ,s bcaelied that ani mnatei-ials did seis eices requeDUt'
.SeptemDer 0lA to the oth of this initial shipEiDtt ot arm has al- edeby tto co aesnient of the Re-u
on .rady arrived in Port mu Prnce public of Haiti from the Govern.
S MaoDonad, Natioal aies h a- e. et 1 1 n e ns
o (Contid, uage d appr age 20) No. 40ly 37merca and to form




i-. rs'and de scribig imsel as The lluing exExchange ot- cellency: that-my Gover



... is prepared ao nransfr certain V
n Executivmpe Proc1961or a d ourist r I have the hoere
Geamb;- is a mane Hotel, Olotf- cement beIileci thie moCrnrgonnt 0e'f NCrstal aional plan Ffloi
a son matkMgement-are very nei-s of Haitiand thre'Urnited 'States t,7-%'ens of our twod Govener'




i ou to neet u a io sound e was published this wOMek in th concerned o the pa f ing




rOtisl bto t there is hope thai 15

eS 6 .uitxolg prsnt stat-s0ie 0 Air conditioning in preparation S SPECTED
r eeen of5 at ba ~ lae at BowiL reni oFie n "Le cuertdna SMUGGLING eipm






,,aera ,. T,.be't.ta,,d .... -I a e
sit o. th bI oa the k from r Iteur." Iti ;s believe t hat in m atnerials a.d ser ices requoes- -
Sttpte ierartin and Evelyn of this initial shipnient ot auris has al- e d.by ihe 1 iermraent of iothea Re.s,






onthe ready arrived in Po r aui Prince. w public niver Haiti from the Governat'
i -Ma6 t onald, .lhs gves his ad- grt 'iu Prsince Sepit. 1 96 0h ent ofe thie Unite, States'.-
(Contiare ex n pect ge to 0) No. 40 coo and comerica, and to form twer













Iai Tre ote. tourism to this island 'drung greeting during their first -few und- to ben in his possession.
rthoming season of Ca- moments in H Te pas ftExcellency dhat--my Govern so"ento
--. .- who ~il also see to their ma is prbsoled b tl transfer cart ai~ f
A. Joseph nd i peDeleg t iropFl Today iwa nc r e ten' .ie.i, td ithe n, l rof-
g meant ol Hatiin LcciSrA;l:dei \-ed":.








'I Boulevishato sound tJn6 o ( t A ueRONDITION Ipe ) (Continued on page 20)
Sof Haiti's delegation to the 1th General Aembly of the to there incras e thin L








ted Nations, is scheduled to deplane om iNew York with his ta udce e n err h n fe O usted
S, -feu B s.. .. .. t- t"... for the ioau'ise season is to be NARCOTICSi i~ta i t








Returning with DrD Joseph top men in the wDorld today, me "oI'parable to f hat scheduled and co-leasee of the International Casino monopoly, was deported
She momentous UN meet- suh as Kwame Nkrua ha from e new Bus Staton and fom t Frday org on the frst aailabe ane following .
V ... 'laced at Bowen Field under SMUGGLING -
.rnrnltet. -be LMt 'e I. W








i' are r seen off at the Airport by Mrien iseho wer, UniPark beIcted -by the his arrt .Thursday afternoon. a -
J s e p h.... B a g" -n d o ne.. a w a s i cden t- a o .p'fsth e B on A m s o igm a n i h e r -odC u t o.s.lea








ee Marin ard Evelyn Setl.. (SeelUSnR, i ti This C Week.) b te posn o latter has i h Co., Par.~ he a in New Yoris, Csinoin's Port in o, Wees
ichel Abourg, Sec- (Continued on page ithe Caribbean Tourist -Associa- --'s n. i the an Olr 4a l e I -d a, press c on aferee he.-
Gen'tion- .. l giveral vitorsr steplf ing o Deparhe estd, one 'tohis eek h' w- i
planes a coo and cofortable'smallng qu0000 fontityi uarco the Casino
fm t 'ite, touhMdo to this islnd dDrjng greeting 'dfurlC'tneir .tirst-mw tound to begin his hpo urssQbdr +_,.",
eonr mo/i in Haiti. d ahe plants After a five day pheson soj tSei



















eFolowing Paul Weesneis 'd'e
b u "Prckiare being ipstaoned by Panb-Ami Mr., Nelsono wa release odd:lg



















carehCrse at their shoulders. Outside 4S.3 which departed Bowen Fi.d
Ingredient are present in Haiti -ho In mi i ill also see to tunifor msai- absthe for ed bMa t author morning,




















bu-. .. he n n "- ,." 'palace guard changed. unig-atioii Ot"icials declii.ed o
"IliC" the- advent of Pqet ala ts"ace- susPicioiz that be had been.i-nereba
- 4A., -JosephU ndgt legion Fly'. In T.a6y .Prince's ne'w all. concrete: m ain[. vohe in the smuggling of ,M- 4
communism. Here is the final t uleard Jea ntinuen iopage l1ne (Continued onf page 20).h-
Bu,".. h.- ..,. ..s-r.e- -oue va." ,ga -.c 9""
.AIJUrelo Joseph, 4nke. A& ,, National. Defense ,.ttique- De h Dessalines is expected










e addre..ss .. 'a article in a- series e--amining the :-a nIVIERA-CASINO (OPoETOR
ed Nations, is eduled to depan Ne York wth hthe of boser.ar Joseph chows manager of
with Mammission members Herald Staff writer Field toy. ise swer about thed hie. generals an coolnet of- d. r Clint Murchison Flour
needs of this nr" he told' ficers waited in the net room i was placed on the first
tsennong ithPort au ospPrin eto Haiti -in the world today, in a privatble in to review, a t scheslowly, his eyes aduldailable U.S. bound plane by





















lancholy, ebony-hued President we' are still going down and fast Fownayard. fairtian authorities Saturday.
the, momentous UN; meet- surh as Kame. Nkrnah; Ga-from de new Bus Station .nd from Haiti F'd ay. moving on the' first, a9.aiabe plane, ollorvi .";.z
,igar;e representatives, -Senator na, DWighL D. Eisenhower,Uni" Pak',beijg. constructed b The h;s arrtbt Thursday afternoon....
IGasher A.' lgrsaint, member, ted.States, Nilita Khruscfey,..Teiapo 09Sporafiqn at La Saii- As. ,P~esident.,pf the Bon Amt: oilman in the sl~k Hotel -and-'
ssadot" Joseph. D...$aglS~w .' USSR,. Fidel Castro, Cuba, Ga-he. llis ,tter ha- one. away 'Co.,"Prk: A'enue, Nenw York, Cas.oin.."rt hit'e,do.n. Wee ',-"










C..rt C Se Francois Dvalier hunched be down every da." The U.S. he said, must assY r Cicahowsin d's ousting followee....
ber Michel Aubourg, Sec- (Continued on Napolge 6) on ith:c As heong pred, stiff-backed sold-. partner an Otinue dahoma ei4) (Cld apr ed on age.nce he20
..General of the Depart- -dneday, bounced his g':"''".
p of Interior with rank of BUT U.S. -HELP IS iNEIID., bling-monopoly rights and 'de--3;
or. ." .. ., lared that renovating wo[k-to-: !
j ts from this HFstoric tailing $150,000 for the Casi'ao.F.'
I. n are not, yet \Islble but % had. begun._ Twenty-four hovrs.
s sl x member Valegati '" afterr his speech he was Ldken.:.;
around table with the into custody."
S..,-Following Paul \VeesneiV's _' e;4:,
c':' '"" gs". 1b Its .here another-Cubba in the ers pae d beside his door rif- portatii;n, onboard PAA. .'fligh IV. 7.
Fnrotngs Bi~l present in Hai iU.S.-type armI i uniforms, te for. Miami, Friday mo`ng,
bt palace guard changed. inigratioii Otficiils deeliied".I:t-o
clares that it will never embrace ." -- "H a i t i," declared Duvalier, comment or' Live an p-Dlarnition.',s.
-:. .~ .:beieo omosris the final "will never..lurn tO the Com (Contitued on pnge3).!
6d- iddrets%kon i a In- article hi a series examining the :munisls for aid even-though %w
0-,dollalr-a- .da. El Ran- problem by Miami Herald Staff palace. In front of hini lay anl feel U.S. aid ig insufficient and CI.HOWSKI "'
:.. .a .a.e W open r.Bible, behldi him the flag we are on the brink of national '
s-irSgit ONAFEDE '.Te written severall times ta Caribbean RIs -the 5,000,000 '
B... -, ga ,.- V.B Caribbean
,:l t .wh-'. .' ', -Miam~i Herald Staf Writer : Pred ,nt. Eise .' wet" )about the, While- generals ana cabinet of- d o I l a r Clint Murchisor Flour~"
:. "needs of this coumtry," he told ricers waited in the next room. Mlill- was placed on the first..]
hose annoying Port an Prine,. Haiti Me- me in a private. interview, "but Duvalier spoke slowly, his eyes available U.S. bound plane by:
---_-larholy, bonyhued Presidentwe are still going dowtn and cast downward. 'Haitian authorities Saturday.
'.u page 2,0) hind a fesk in his i Napoleonic As he talked, ..... (Continued on page 4) (Cantinued on page.20)"."
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AS RECOUNTED

BY

AUBELIN JOLICOEUR


In Haiti This Week


S ...Friday afternoon arrived -here in a chartered plane of CARIB-
SAIR 27 members of the SKAL Club of Puerto Rico who were
:_' greeted by a group of' Officials of the Commissariat National du
j:Tourisme, Mr. Philippe Leguichard, District Manager of Air Fran-
.c..in-Port au Prince and Mr. Andy Andersen, Manager of the
e ` 'Southerland Tours.
The party was preceded here early in the morning by Mr. Dio-
nisio, Trigo, President of the CARIBAIR and a member of the Skal
Club, his son Dionisio G. Trigo, and Mr Richard Carl Ulmer. also
a member of the Club in transit for a few hours. Greeted at the
Bowen Field by Mr Jean Jacques Honorat, General Director of
the CNT, Mr. Trgo and' his party were immediately taken to the
SPalace to meet 'with the President of the Republic Dr Francois
Duvalier before emplaning, to .Puerto Rico.
SThe Skal Club is a world wide organization founded a little over
r' twenty years.;,.go and was originated in the' Scandinavian coun-
Stries when the.first tourist flight was made from Paris to Stock-
il h; hl with a' big party of members..of the tourist industry. They
.' had such a.wonderful time hat they decided-fancifully to call the
' organization .hey planned SKAL Club, of the Scandinavian toast,
.'so as to dedicate, the Club to Health, long life and happiness.
'The- Skal; dub'gets its members from the hotel industry, Air-
linies. and. Travel Agencies. It is very exclusive and is like the
rotary the .way -its chooses its niemers. It only takes two. memb-
.:-s from each-o company. and the membership is made up of the
ip:" lvel 'men.biisch as owners and managers.
g The SkaL Cl1b .. Puerto Rico -w foniided two years ago' by
-e.Li. 'Ppyle.'H. "Paynie, District: Manager .Delta in Puerto Rico
ia Haiti' Its current Pesident esie iMr. Pierre Lacpmbe, District
1TManager of Air Z'rance'in: Puerto Rico. Payne. and Lacombe.' re
'the .party iti g thie Country. So is. Charles Feriuson..Presi-
d?.ident 6f the. Soitherland Tours. The-purpose of the Skal Club is
~ create i iendsiip: in the travel industry and to promote tourism,
tifie'Cliib does thi ngs ab abrupt such as chartering a plane and
taking :its members on familiarisation trips. 7
R', The .p iststayg 3 days at the-'El Raftcho Hotel. A beautiful
Pir hai s ibeen arranged .by the Sdutherland Tours, with. the
tte par ticpatioq of, the Commissariat Natibnal di *Tourisme,
d F.rFice

'..T.w lo\ely tiailn 'girls ,bro.-ght ai old. llaitian"'sorig bn.k to
'". .memory- Troifs'B be. sorti Ileogne O0 ensenible eirsemnble en-
m'emhle Bldr.de Laura Laera and brunette Micki Belldni a rived
\rrom ilan two months, ago as guests of Colette Martin, daughter
of::-o Professor 'Adrien Martin of the French' Institute. The, girls,
i'.' mentcred l.\ Colettr,' Mr- Vogt. IEvclvne Scott and INhiclice Fou-
; :chard, are vey attractive and have .an unrxnaustibl sourdo
o;f "Joie de vivrr" and also are keen exponents of .al. dances
,jLincludi'rg the HFiaian meringue. And the bre.M' weie attiactel
young and talented Haitian pianist Guy Scott, Eric Brierre who
was brushing up his Italian from an Olivetti's scholarship in Ivrea,
Tony Shindler of the E! Rancho and Guy' VillardL A sharp observer
-would quole Byron in his Don Juan as the boys were -leaving the
g:a' 'irls after an evening in the night Clubs:
oh.;.. en there were signs the deeper for suppression
'-- And stolen glances, sweeter for the theft,
S And burning blushes, though for no'transgression."
.Cruel ending of what could- be a happy romance: none of the
br.oys"saw the hvt sweet and. twenty Italian "bpbes" off. Colette
M. artin, Evelyne Scott and Michele Fouchard, besides,, Mr and
..Mrs Adrien Martin and Mrs Vogt kept them the most faithful
company. They regretfully left the Country they will visit soon
Again, they said.
...Lovely Lieselotte (Lilo) Ebert, a talented painter and designer



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..Sunday, O : er. nd,: 1. 6: 0

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Sunday, October 2nd, 1960'


from New York City arrived here this week on a swing through ..Mr Richard L. Gitter, in
the Caribbean. Lilo makes prints on textile works as a commercial charge of SiJes for a large Tan-
ning Industry- in New York is
artist. This German artist does background work for commercials current visiting here with
in TV and is rapidly building a reputation around her name. Lilo beautiful wife Barbara. Diick has
spent four days in Haiti. been recommendde here by; his.
...Saturday last Arthur Shindler flew down here 'from his-famous Uncle Rgger Magloire Constant
IUAU 400 Restaurant 400 East 57th ST.'. New York City, N.Y. who ifiarried' his aunt: Barabara
thle Caribbean. ilo makes pri:'.. o.> tcxtle a:.d works as a com- i, a teacher. She is also a fine
dancer.
niercial artist.. This German a list does background work for conr-
mercials in TV and is rapidil building a reputation around her ...Benny DranoIf, 'Superinte.j-
name. Lilo.spent four days in Haiti. dent of service at the Sans Sou-i
Captain Bob Blick, a former Major w .io served as liaison officer ci Hotel in Miami Beach is "er-.
between the U.S. forces in the Mediterranean Sea and the British joking a three day visit in Haitii
.with his wife Carol.
(luring the Second World War, used to have a membership club j
(restaurant and night club) in London. He recently starred in the
new technic of presentation for the movie called "I'm All Right ...Young Marie Randolph Roy1
son" of Engineer Adrien Roy.
Jack" and will be seen 'n twenty eight thousand movie theaters ent o Paris Sunday to- conti-
iA the U.S. when the film hits the screen. nue his studies in engineering:t





New Reduced Bates

4 ON FAMOUS AMERICAN-FLAG SISTERSHIPS




ANCON CRISTOBAL




S6 Day-Cruise.Tour

S. TO EXCITING
44

SPanama

j Panama Canal '

FREQUENT SAILINGS '
J -FROM PORT-AUJRIRNCE -
4-
S.-DAYS AT SEA F

-All convertible parlor-bedrooms are amidships
4; "~ and outside with private bath. Large air condi-
tioned dining salon. Dancing, outdoor pool adb
shaded bea cli decks. 8;000 sq. ft. ofoutdoor
Sports decks. Spacious shaded promenade deck,
4 ( / cool lounges, cocktail-bar. More. space to roam
Super passenger than on any other ship of compar--
S -able size. .
SPECIAL FIRST CLASS ROUND TRIP'
SSTEAMER FARES $90 AND $100 plus TAX

Ask for new folder of. all-expense shore excur-
Sing tdurs including Cristobal and Colon on-the
Caribbean. Also 1 and 2-day tours of Panama
S. City and Balboa on the Pacific. See. ocean liers
'e "k "climb" 85 feet up through the mountains via
mighty locks of the Panama Canal. '
SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT OR
RUE ABRAHAM LINCOLN TEL: 3062



SPanama

Steamship Lineii
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"HAITI SUN"




1 I


my, October 2nd, 1960


" HA IT I SUN"


g and Haiti's joie
e is undergoing a rigor-
tigation this weekend
nty-seven members of
S'Club International of
Rico.

ers of the Skal Club In-
nat of Puerto Rico, un-
_Presidency of Mr Pierre
i director of Air Fran-
o -Rico, arrived -here
Ibby Caribair. They were
Bwen Field by Skal As-
a memberr Philippe Le-
Sales Representative
f or Air Francep


eil;. hnerter of the Puer-
,iGovenment travelled
S;Skal, party, (Skal is
ran for cheersrs)
uidd these personrii-


E" Robert B. Forrest,
krjent of Caribair, Doyle
directorr of Delta Airli-
Luerto Rico, Rafael Be-
ale. former Dieetor'. of
,in-Puerto Rico, Pierre
ey,. H o t e i Consultant;
I-Alegria, Sales Mana-
ribe -Hilton Hotel;
AM. .Ferguson. Souther-
l'rs of -Puerto Rico, Pe-
'gas 'Tiavel 'AgeNt, Ma-
a- Travel .Agent, Jorge
ident of Bird Tours,
bidez, the station-Ma'-
ff.'PAA in Puerto Rico,
tio of the Bird Agen-


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cy, Geoe Hirst, Hertz Car Ren-
tal, Pierre Lacombe, Director
of Air France in Puerto Rico,
Eugenio Biascoechea, Travel
Agent, Roy Brown, a correspon-
dent for Travel Weekly, Fernan-
do Biascoechea, T r a vel Agent,
Alberto Lebron, Dir..of Eastern
Airlines in Puerto Rico, Dick
Ulmer, Travel Agent, Frederico
Bauso, Eduardo Fossas, Tony
Roig Jr, Dr. Rivera, Feinmndo
Hoffman, Alfred Lucignami, To-
ny Roig and Heriberto Purcell.
. Staying at the El -Rancho Ho-
tel, w h i c l 'offe-ed a special
sbow Friday night, the Skal
Eugenio Morales, Travel Agent,
Club members have visited hotel
and touristic facilities and left
this morning for Puerto Rico
\ia -Cap Haitian where they will
stop for several hours. *

A luncheon was offered to the
visitors at noon Saturday by
Mr. Leguichard; t h e informal


Paul Weesner Ousted, Casino-Hotel Riviera Boss Deported


(Continued from page 1) 1960 from Clifford Jones, a for-
for the American's ousting. An mer Lieutenant Governor of Ne-
avid flying fan Weesner was for- vada, and his associate Jake
bidden to fly to the U.S. in his Konsloff.
private Cessna 310, still sitting' As soon as the W.eesner part-
at Bowen Field. nership acquired the Truman
Despite public confusion con- Boulevard sited Casino it was
cerning transactions, conducted announced that $42,000 were to be
in the swapping -of Casino own- spent in converting the Hotel Ri-
ership it is known that in part- viera's Bamboche Room into a
nership with Tulsa, Oklahoma gaming room with all Casino
oilman, Charles L. McMahon, equipment. This was done and
Weesner acquired the nine year. the."Casuio Riviera d'Haiti" op-
seven to nun, contract for the ened to the public in late June.
International Casino on Harry S. Since the Hotel Casino's open-
Truman Boulevard on May 3, ing speculation has run rife as
Sto .,ien work, reported to total


cocktail gathering was held 'at
the Hotel Montana. Haiti's Tou-
rist Bureau Director, Mr Jean
Jacques Honbrat also offered a
cocktail party and this was held
from 6 to 8pm Saturday at Lhe
Bacoulou in Petionville, and the
Rene Marinis hosted the group
at Cabane Choucoune Saturday
night.


WHAT MAKFS A, WEDNESDAY NIGHT SPENT


AT THE


Ba oulou Club


SO EXCITINGLY DIFFERENT" FOUR WORDS,


THE


FAMOUS :BACOULOU


VOODOO DANCERS




Days Left To 4


hase Your


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iaf l receipts can be obtained immediately at ou.

Rue .-dU Centre and Rue des Miracles.

RU3E IUE' SELLER OF THE TICKET IS KNO1


a quarter-of-a-million dollars, on
the old Casino would commence.
Opening his press conference
Wednesday Weesner, who first
came here 8 years ago as the
chief of Resort Airlines, stated
"the Casino'will definitely open
on the 15th of December next."
Gambling continues in the
Bamboche Room Casino at the
Hotel Riviera nightly, and was
expected to until the new Casino
opened' No information has been
released concerning the future
of this Casino now partly
torn down in preparation for re-
novation.


BESSAMATIC


9. A CAMERAS AT FrIi., I'i'I 1'nll1:"s


S\?(mnen3 Center

SRUE BONrVE FOi
S. Phone; 2310
...an. :S.KRHN ,,, .


Marie Jeantne
AIR-OONIMIMi NED
SMRA GOODS FACTORY
-',..''1. 134, Rue du Contre

PORT-AU-PRINCE. HAITI


SHOES HANDBAGS HATS
7AIAN RECORDS FRENCH PERFUMES
HAITIAN CERAMICS
f 5 Years Experience in Handicrafts.


'P.O. Bor 975


Open Every Day


From 8:00 a.m. To 5:00 p.m.


l. new offices 8.-l'.



WN TO YOU AND


):TETHE.OFWIAIL 'RECEtPT WITH. THE STAAEP OF L.E.H'.
'TICKETS WITHOUT RECEIPT ARE VOID

AND CANNOT IWIN A PRIZE.


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Skal Club Visits Haiti


PAGE 3


T TICKET' ON THE :"CAMBRIIDGFSHBRE", OCT. 26th,

AT NEWMARKET, ENGLAND

EITHE OCTOBER 20th DRAWING OF R.PI.H.E.F. -SWE-EPSTAKE]

2 EVEN GREATER SUCCESS THAN THE FIST DRAWING:

OVER $40,000 WAS DISTRIBUTED IN PRIZES ,

tIfE WINNER OF THE TOP PRIZE RECEIVED $201000
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.The .ale of tickets in all of Haiti is extended to
." -. .- ; -.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18th, 1960

Tickets cost $2.00 each Books of 12 tickets cost $20.00


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.PAGE 4 HAITI SUN



SNo Fear Of Beds Her


.Octobe- .- :- 9


,. Sunday, October .*nd, 1960


.PRESIDENT SPEAKS OF TIES BETWEEN HAITI AND: U.S.
(Continued from page 1) On the possibility of invasion The latest to :go is- Herberl
i me real leadership" in the Ca- from Cuba or the Dominican Re- Morrison, a beatnik-type press
Sribbean crisis. And the problems public, he commented: agent,'who retained the trade-
are tar more economic than po- "I don't like to keep my marks of Broadway and Holly
litical. mouth closed but I don't want wooi. Morrison, whose re-il
The 52-year-old Duvalier ear- to accuse anybody in Interna- name is Jerome *Breitmarl, ha.
ned a medical degree at the Uni- tional affairs," he said. confidential -access lo Duvalier
versity of Michigan and worked He hedged on sa ying how for several years. Frequently, tc
14 years with the U.S. Public much aid Haiti needs in dollars see Duvalier you had to see
Health Service' and Point Four and cents, although other Haiti- Morrison first.
program but reportedly still an officials have estimated bet- This association netted Morri-
goes in for voodoo. He has a ween 16 to 200 million dollars. son untold- thousands'of dollars,
reputabon for honesty although "I can't name a figure now," a palatial iome with' a zigzag
some of his aides are less-prin- he said, "but -I can say that swimming pool in Port au Prin-
cipled. Haiti is the poorest and small- ce, numero is servants and an
Duvalier created a flurry in est country in the Western He- extensive Hiitian art collection.
Washington last June when he misphere. It doesn't have enough He was reported to..have been
hinted in a speech at Jacmel schools, hospitals, roads or in- allied witlifClenfent Barbot, Du-
that Haiti- might seek aid from dustries. What Haiti has is fri- valier's personal secretary who
the Communist bloc. endship, fot the U.S. was jailed on suspicion of plot-
This interpretation was denied ting to killthe president.
during his talk with me. "If we can get enough indus- o le peien.
"Wduring his talk wistad it whe and economic help from the Morrison got out of the coun-
yo ever underhand it wh U.S. for our social needs, it will try by the skin of his teeth and
you ask us if e will ur to now at St. Thomas in th
tle Communists," he said. "The only be necessary to ask for Virgin Islands. Eight carload
mn ho is president of Haiti funds e year to support ou Vrgin Islands. Eight carloads
man who is president of Haiti budgeo o of. his possessions were air-ex-
Ilas worked 14 years with U.S. budg et. pressed to him within the last
organizations A n d during my Turning to the Artibonite Val- few .weeks.
campaign it was said I was too ley irrigation project, which he
prol-Amerian. nrlerePd dnnnod after more than Duvalier. a consttlutionally


"I merely said at Jacmel
what I have been saying to the
U.S. but they didn't understand
it. Never will the Haitian go\v-
eirnmerrt look to the Reds.
Some U.S. diplomats have pri-
vately expressed the belief that
Haiti has been promoting the
Red scare to get more U.S. aid
Duvalier predicted a return to
normalcy in the Caribbean if
the U.S. takes a bolder appr-
oach to the" situation.
"The job of the U.S. is to bring
about greater cooperation and
collaboration in the economics
field. It would be a way for the
U.S. to show it is the real letter
in the Western Hemisphere," he
remarked.
"When a new climate is creat-
ed, I feel that the U.S. and the
Latin American. countries will
again walk side by side."


40 million dollars (mostly in U.
S. funds) had. been poured into
it, Duvalier said: "
"It will be 'esumea when we
have enough financing from the
Development Loan 'Fund. I re-
alized that $4,300,00 (the
amount granted last year) would
not be sufficient to finish the
project.".
One of the most vital under-
takings in Haiti, the project is
designed to provide an irrigat-
ed area of 85,000 acres, capable
of producing enough food for
this overerowded- country of 3
and half a million people. -
During-the last few years, Du-
valier has had to'.purge his ad-
ministration of American oppor-,


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elected ,president, has some-
times fallen back on emergency
decrees to administer the poli-
tically-turbulent republic. These
are granted and with-drawn as
the occasion requires.
He has recently embarked on
a program of consolidating his
political strength.
As noted by a U.S.' source,
"He is stronger now than ever
but it is a strength based on
eternal vigilance."

This means the sad-faced pre-
sident' must keep one eye on-his
internal troubles and the other
peeled on his volatilee neighbor,
Cuba to the west and the Do-
minican Republic to the east.
It may be too big an order.


tunists, accused of bleeding his Duvalier thinks he may be able
near-broke government. 'of its to pull it off but only with the
scarce cashf. help ol the U.S.


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The scholarship winners are from left to right) Mr E;dward Kincaid, Mr. St. Luien Hector, AMr.-
Hubert Reeves, Mr. Chesnel Phanord, dorard Ba ptlte, Darius'Pradieu,- Mme Anelle Bradieu,-Mr.
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Sunday, October 2nd, 1960
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"HAITI SUN"


HAITI SUN
MTHE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Community Weekly Pubilshed Sunday Morning
SEditor-Publisher BERNARD DIEDERICH
Gerant-Responsable MAUCLAIR LABISSIERE
MEMBER OF THE INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSN.
ESTABJJLISHiD IN 1950


SHAITI MUST STRIVE TO CULTIVATE AND ENCOURAGE
TOURISTS

i-.n a few short weeks Haiti commences its winter tourist season
F a major dollar drawer of this islands economy. Jeaw J.Tcqies
i.onorat, Chief of the Government Tourist. Bureau, holds hopes
..that this will be the best year yet and estimates that bet\wcc,;
November and May this country will act as host to nearly 100,000
v:-isitors.
Any dictionary will tell you that. a host is one who lodges and
Ientertains and that is exactly what Haiti will be doing for the
ext .sixmonths. It is to be hoped that this country will act ;as
good host and not as one whose guests deign to visit once -never
Return.
I.We have many unprecedented natural gifts to help mi;e this
i.l.and a popular visiting place but there are also.a few points
ofI household etiquette that are leaning towards the debit side -
Sthe side which can only detract Haiti in the eyes of ourists If
not rectified swiftly.
SEach tourist season is a ch:ince for Haiti to cultivate that top
money drawer the tourist trade. Admittedly, over the past
S10'years this country has momentously built itself up to a thri\ ng
tourist community but there are upsetting signs e.'ident that
point to a state of inertia ard an outlook of taking things for
granted. Little things perhaps b-it things that can make or bri,'
tourism. in Haiti.
Tourists travel expecting to be pampered. The:,, want eLftLer.;y
i;trom the tourist trade, politeness and service and above all th;,
don't want "problems." Do they get.ail these things? In minm
instances the answer is yes, but -getting back to the debit side
So our household etiquette the answer in recent months has been
Sa disappointing no from many tourists.
Extensive inquiry has revealed that many tourists coming lie:.-
1 have been advised against it in recent months by past visitors.
i .The basic reason the hawkers and guides walking the streets
'.have reached thestage where they are insufferable and determined
P- tc squeeze out tourists money to the extent that they use over-
* 'Wearing methods of "extraction" that border o' thuggery, corn-
1p!ete with threats and foul language acquired in the mai, Lr.-
Sfortunately, from visiting U.S. sailors.
-Such is some of this use of the english vernicular that many
tourists have stated they have felt so flabbergasted and insulted
they have been frightened to step out from their hotels. Day and
eight these plagueing "guides" berate and abuse for money to
'the detn'ment of Haiti and her people. This in itself is-a strong
:deterent against the promotion of tourism.
The Chauffeur-Guide Association is building a comprehens:;e
meeting hall, school and lecture room on Avenue Harry S. 'fu-
nian where chauffeurs and guides will be instructed in the social
L approaches to our guests. Radio Commerce frequently appeals to
the public to treat tourists with respect and politeness, but despite
These movements begging and pestering is a major problem he,'e.
SA correction school for those street guides could well be the ans-
.wer to put a stop to the incessant badgering.
SMany American tourists coming here, and the U.S. provides
90 per cent of Haiti's trade, have a kink for American food and
r~Sothing else will do. Despite the qualified fact that this country
has excellent food there have been several incidents latly of
tourist appetites and stomaches severely upset by Jhe careless
iid uncalled for use of stale aid low grade foods and nobody
ikes to spend their vacation in bed suffering from food illness.
-A steady and reliable supplement of good Haitian food to
Zte tourists would gradually give our cuisine reputation a slid
,upfift and remove that kink.
Haiti's dollars in the food line can also be stretched a lot further
Iby making uses of local fruits, many of which visitors have not
i4ried before. Why import Hawaiian pineapples fbr instance when S
Haiti grows any amount of good eating pineapples? To. import
pan.ned fruits is a totally unnecessary waste "of time and money.
: (Continued on page 15)


Haiti SuI
Port au Prince
Dear Mr. Diederich:
I would like to buy a one year
subscription to the lHaiti Sun to
be mailed to my home but do
not know the cost.

As an ardent admircr of Haiti
ind its wonderful people, my
several visits of my family a;-ic
myself have caused me to con-
tinue my news interest in yoair
country. The Haiti San for its
..ews. writing and factual back-
ground make it a valuable nev.s
japer to me.
It is our family's hope to be
able to ind residence in Haiti
in the not too distant future.
Please enter m.y subscription
and bill me for it,
Kindest reagrds.
W. Bradley Corson,
18 Willey Street.
Rochester, New Hampshire.
The Editor
Haiti Sun
Dear Sir,
Per medium of \our fine news-
paper I would lke to issue a
%tarnin? to all motorists traver-
sing the Capital' fine new Bou-
levard Jean Jacques Dessalines.
Now that the roadway is near-
ing completio.i, the cement
trucks carrying the mix to Por-
tail St. Joseph .kcer to be suf-
fering under the Illusion that the
smooth two kilometer stretch of


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and high speeds.
Early Wednesday morning one
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at the usual fast peace, came
out of control and crashed, the
first in what could well be a
string of bad accidents if the
drivers of these heavy vehicles
are not held down to a reason-
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.(Continued from page 1)
S'mal Abdel Nasser, United Arab
.Republic, a r o I d MacMillan,
IEngland, Walter Nash, New
$Zealand, and President Tito of
-Yugoslavia.
;Avid interest concerning ev-
,.ents at the General Assembly
F-was shown here by the public
;.and the various phases of the
.all-important conferences were
:captured in Haiti by press,
,shortwave and local radio, TV'
,d even by some television ex-
liperts who dial twisted dexter-
^ously enough to pick up U.S.
'TV shows.
DR. JOSEPH'S
DECLARATION
A cordial salute from the
.Black Republic of Americas to
the great American democracy ,
.-was extended by Dr Aurcle Jo-
s~cpil during a prepared speech
`given to the press on his arm-
IVrd at New York Airport.
L Stating that he was honored
a~.s Minister representing his
i'&)untry as Head Delegate, Dr.
r.Joseph also saluted the people
of the entire work represented
t4 this yreat solemn occasion,
i.the 15th United Nations-General
.Assembl,, and the sister nations
Pof Africa who have just entered
in. the concert of the Sovereign
s-people.
I The Miruster explained that
"Haitl was the prolongation of
Black Africa in the Caribbean
-Basin, the second independent
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He added that Haiti is strongly
conscious of its ethnic origins
which it has defended for the
past 150 years and which it will
continue to defend as it will its
originality of ,is culture impre-
gnated with Africanism.
SLnce Haiti fought with Simio;n
Bolivar, stated Minister Joseph
to the press, who was the im-
mortal liberator for the eman-
cipation of Latin America, and
since her sons are dead at Sa-
vannah for the cause of the
American independence, Haiti
has more and more interest in
the cause of the Black Africa
that responds to the appeal of
Liberty.
Haiti's Chief delegate conclu-
ded that Haiti is allied to Ame-
,'ica by her geoglrphic position
and as a fellow member of the
Organ:zatio:l of American Sta-
tes, b-t he stated that this
co.'ntr:, is allied to Black Afri-
ca b.i' race and culture and a
member by r'Sght of the Lfture
organization of tiUe African Sta-
tes.
H.iti wouldl d not fail ii her his-


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WORLD SUGAR CANE OUEEN CONTEST
LOCAL QUEST LAUNCHED THIS MONTH
Haiti's Sugar Cane Queen for tion underway this month and Miss Claudinette Fouchard, lhe-
the Premier selection of the a great amount of'fanfare'is'ex- Colombia Sugar Cane Queen otf
World's Queen of Sugar compe- pected to accompany the beauty the World competition attracts.
nation in Call, Colombia. will be competitions, there will be sev- competitors and publicity fron ,
chosen in Early November ac- eral prior to the final selection all over the world. Haiti's repre.
cording to Mr Casseus, Chief of Haiti's representative, includ- sentative is scheduled to depart.:
Organizer for the Haiti section ';r fr *.'7;rks di-plny, for Colombia in the middle 6f.
of the international competition. Won last year by the then November. "
Ii an interview this week, Ernst
Casseus stated it is planned to
g t t' r l l.9 K rrtni o -inoti-


glL I .L J U Ot I LL LIUI LU'JII l)Ll-

'.'OlRLD -( IECI(KERS C'lAIMP3
IIITI TO COMPETE
* laarlem, HlUajnd is to be tlhe
checkers boa,'d centre for the
World Checkl ri Championships
scheduled to run from October
;0 to Noveml er 14 with 12 coun-
htrs. including Haiti, competing.
According to La Phalange an
invitation for this country to
compete at the championships
has bc-n addressed to Haiti by-
Mr Pierre Lucot Secretary
("-eneral of the French Federa-
tion of Checkers Pla.cers and a
nirmber of the Wc'old Federa-
tion of Checlk-; Players.

Raymond St. Fort. the Hniliani


Loric _ocation, stated Di. Jo- .Checkeis champion, will repic-
seph, and act as a link between sent this country at the Holland
two worlds, inspired by the same tournament which is pre-.enting
ideas of liberty, fraternity and a gold medal to the winner of
human solidarity the contest. The current v.orld
champion is a Russian, named
FOI RENT Kuperman, from Kiev. All i\Mr.
Pretty well appointed Swiss St. Forl's cxpeoses for the
Chatel type home for Rent in championships will be paid by
Mountains beforee Hcasonff. the World Federation of Check-
(See Doctor .Salgado.) ers Pla.yers.
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mildding. This would all be topped off with a strong black cup
f Haitian coffee.
Aside from hotel night life, Pelionville possesses a night eluUt
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-g of bamboo shaped like an inverted ice-cream coie. The
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September, Sunday ZMin 1960


Philippa Shuyler "First 4dOf Tt, Piianor

TO GIVE CCE~T A-EL.. RANCHO H L .OCTOB B ,
T G IVE C.I.CE -E. ..:-.* -r _.O. C ,.


,Miss Philippa Duke Schuyler,
i 'Keyboard Ambassador"
S"First Lady of'the Piano"
i' turn to Port au Prince to p
. a single concert at the i
. cho Hotel on Wednesday
. 19, at 8:30 pm, according
lo rmation received fropIl ti
Rancho Management.

. On Tuesday, October 18, the
luternationally famous pianist,
Who has travelled and perform-
;,,.in not less than 50 countries
: "'othe .world, 'will be presented
.by her local representative, Mr
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. ,ger of El Rancho Hotel, in con-
Sert at Cap Haitien. Miss Schuy-
ler has, for some time, expressed
a desire to giv 6Oie rt' t
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n1 my ia o u trie II eaILUr "
Cap Haitien because of her>.4eep egie Ha .concert was gre er of the Ne kTimes,
interest in the historic _iid ah t- with the- tsopn'si:argest af- kb oss Parme S rted:
.ural background of thezftp ence for aclasical' concert. Tbi pi Brass P ipl t huy-
In 1958 Miss Schuyler oaf. d pianist .wa"rl sleged by, fan .t-.,. ng can ist
iano-.coneert tqtheAPre follo aMfra- tw. hdur ..: program. ;ceri play lot. ce-
.the .Republic, His ExceUe Deems,- aylor, eminent-. cO- flb on
r Francois Duvalier, ,.. poser and. mudic.l critic, termed -to
played -before, him and a. ist Miss Schuyler's perform a n c e Dr Albert Schreii' r, Queen
distinguished .audience inthe ,ca- .u b She .is -a young Mra .iabe um, Michika
pacity-filled, Casernes: 'Desgali- s .-, P' Malcoum Poindext; S iida, -o ?J become the
nes er, music critic of the Philadel- Crown lines fJapan, King
S pia -iTriB;ne; n'eavrote,. '"Mi's Mutesa I C'f quganada, Ugan-
The following night her con- Schuyler is recognized as the da, Prime Mi ni s t e r Kwame
cert at El Rancho Hotel reu.d 'f0ia Lf0o~ g.pi.anlst,.. y umah of Ghana, the Royal
gathering of 500 music lIoers. fijratilja o ll spiano.'ri "ip e s of Morocco, Lalla Ais-
ubout'the pool of the hotel'whee mutdciei Ne;w ade .Nwt 'Yo h .A.d Emperor Haile Sela-
the concert was held. *- 1; Times ter t "6der recital '"Rei'e Etliopia." In the same
In June, 1959 Miss Schuyler markable... An artist of rare month, "man-about-town," Chol-
made her Carnegie Hail Debut ability, in :,i program that was ly KdickerboeWFep chatted in his
and the New York Times repor- as unusual as it was enthrall- column, "Detlfitful pianist Phi-
ted, W"PKfippa !Sujlers Carn- 'iig." Other 9eadm^e* Yo li-: ppa 'chuyteM' proudest' poss-


critic .of.forimidable., proportion,
Sfidruel d wngera wr '"Miss
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session these days'-i. a bust of
Dr. -Albert Schweitzer, presented!
to t1er tter her recent Carne-
gie MHall concert by the ex-Mr's,,
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ed for the humanitarian doctor.
at Lambarene three times utr-'
ing her stopover on' her rtentl't
world tour." .
Miss Schuyler is playing in.
Haiti at El Rancho Hotel as a
stop on her Caribbean Tour,
which includes Trinidad; St.:
Thomas, Virgin. Islands (ider'
the sponsorship of the HoteAs-..
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T'*-AITI MUST STRIVE TO CULTIVATE NEW RADIUM _T
.AND ENCOURAGE TOURISTS FOR CANCER UNDER
I '. (Continued from page 5)
're is no reason why Haitian products,'and this does not ne- .
ariy mean restriction to food lines, cannot be instituted in Dr Gerard Gros, noted Ameri- dinm
i place of goods presently imported to satisfy the need of the can specialist, visited .here last erno
t away from hme. rerk to introduce radium tech. of pa
Saway from home. ru into the treatment of Can- ing f
,' !idications lately have been that hotel and restaurant service cer ih this country. A visit to been
i~ Walties have slipped into a lethargic state that rates \vist- the- Haitian Cancer" League's Inti
d's .ad certainly leaves them with nothing but bad impressions. "Ci"nque des Tumeurs" this
:ittlthings-such as faulty air co iditioning, non-functioning lights, awek indicated that treatments
using the new methods have be-
S.land inefficient meal service and abortive bathroom fixtures gun and are working success-
"md plumbing these are all things easily and painlessly recti- fully.
but if they not then it is no wonder people sdy. "~\hy go t. Sited next to the side entrali.
Sce of the "Hopital St Francois
tim so ripe or n injection of imagination into de Salles," the Cancer Centre
m is also ripe for n'. inject of i o io has a comprehensive clinic and
tis-tourist sought articles. Haiti is known for its art and is waiting room Signs warning of
r''.'rated secodrd to-Mexico but painting and catering to tourists the dangers of cancer and it-
o be subtle -and a margin of levitv is essential. Some o[ indications are displayed in the
3d a'yo s Haitian artists need to stop, and take a good look at tIe'r waiting room together 'ith a
'ifsively-productive works. Haiti's art is known the world over gro'i of paintings bhy e!l-
ehsz rdc tv..known Haitian artists. These
appreciated but not. when splashes of color are literal:,' paintings are on sale to help
i -i6i nto a cheap piece of'board, marked with a wall: empt.,- augment funds.
Price and pushed under tourist noses. Chalked on a black -bhard in
There is-no proportion of sensibility in combining what amounts the patients' waiting room is a P1i
notice stating that all radium
trash-with. the truly beautiful works of our talented and serin'o trtent for cancer is free but rist
ntefrs It does-'neither our country or our, reputation any good it is appreciated if those ? who l
te' iulinate result can only be a swift decline in the popu- can afford it make a co.mtribu- progr,
t i og-i ulfe -f. It should be remembered that quality tion. The \oman in charge of I;ut
I 3'-" "' a s"-; -" -.p "a "y the office seceioh of the League illelld
tgiis mor~ lastingg and appreciated effect over quantity. of Cce stte teeek thate
of Cancer stated this week that
b .Fiearbe gathered together for one single.and, worthy the doctors performing te ra- on-6
it ot'eb" coo-agb tourism hut we also want to make with
io .ur.guest,, ai-ive we treat them as such, cultivate lig
.,tu t ei .interest in this beautiful country, ar.J l. Le Piardie Ispeak
J- let them.,surely know .the joie de vivre in
ig:b toi Sitors. the desire to come back again and again. FjENCIH RESTAURANT Sep
T s' ~"ot iftidult ultimate to achieve but it is one that
S.uste reached quickly; it is far better to have 90,000 satisfied Iii Petionville
'"nd.tnthusiastic -tourists return to their tomes to praise us than -'
,,-ltve 9,000,000 leave .our shores ,dissatisfied and unwilling to S. SNiLS ONION SOUP

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ictor missing sorely in Haiti.. Manager
Vehice of the Caribbean is a title befitting this .capital and one LE P I,C A R D I E
h any motorist trying to make headway in Port au Prince
ng a downpour will support. In recent weeks Port au Prince
i become more water inundated with each ensuing rai. ai : .l
d"fault lie- in two factors; lack of road camber and insufficient
Tnage. IN
Inreference to drainage insufficient is hardly the word for in
ay-sectors of'the city and suburbs drainage is nonexistent.
ast years the "nuisance" imposed by flooded streets and roads
.been tolerated by motorists and pedestrians as a facet of
ti living but the problem has hot confined itself merely to T
capital it has now spread throughout the country's span I
Seing and rendering useless arterial roadways, bridges and
e -farmland. f-IA ITI'S LARGEST
itout the vital element of drainage not only are the country's 1) TI'. CRNE SI
t e e 1). bfd s eE'CdrNEa S-
Sportation links severed but valuable and irreplaceable top-
'jis washed away- and ends up out at sea where there is no ') i ClO
e of retributon. Many suggestions 1oc._Irectificattof. ofi.... ...
e no-drainage situation have been ssggestbd Aifn e.& u -LS AN
Sto date has been little. We suggest that NOW is the time
he authorities to act. -- SAVE UP TO
on has been taken in a couplJdof instances -and these are -
t commended: The Jacmel (IAnahmirii s Refiiwave -pooled their .
res and are paying a due of a few cents each to a group
etizens in the- Jacmel area who upkeep the vital communicat- STRAIGH T
g rad links open by filling in the larger rain-scoured holes
d.-keeping the existing drainage .channels open. ON.
Chief Engineer for the Meissner Engineers Inc,, Donald Walsh,
.oject engineer, Richard Norris and earth specialist Donald Kiae-
s (CAM. EaPR. i
.. -. (Continued on page 15)
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m-n-it to this country, Dr Gros
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last wcck iut is expected to be
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great interest in this country an !
has done a, lot of work towards
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Dom Bonafede, veteran Mia-
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American scene, has, according
to that Florida newspaper in its
edition of Sunday September 25,
Just completed a searching stu-
dy of conditions in the Domini-
can Republic and Haiti two
trouble spots only 50 miles from
Communlst-dom i n a t e d Cuba.
This Il the first of a series of
articles In which he examines
the situation, and the tremen-
dous stake the United States has
in these developments.


It is plain that here in The dice
tatorship of Generalissimo Ra-
fael Trujillo, and next door in
the Republic of Haiti, the ten-
sions are beginning to stretch
light, across the Caribbean.
Is another Cuba in the mak-
ing?
As the closest neighbors to
Communist-tainted Cuba, both
Haiti and the Dominican Repu-
blic are straddling a thin line
between troubled peace and re-
volution. The result could turn
this island into another Red
stronghold less than 700 miles


By DOM1 BONAFEDE from the
in the Miami Herald Sept. 25th. Adding
Cludad Trujillo, Dominican Re- historical
public This troubled island of love lost
Hispaniola -occupied by the tries.
Dominican Republic and Haiti- Against
is restlessly waiting to become lorgotlen
the scene of the next Caribbean on and d
political explosion, share a d
Both friends and toes of the about the
United States are uncertain, hut uncomfori
increasingly concerned; over the An air
imminent developments. ly hangs
A soldier says, "We're prepa- Both co
red." sinn from
The radio carries a-broadcast The Hait
from Tass, the Russian new ag- an attack
ency. neighbors.
A young girl afraid to talk ex- And the
plains, "The walls are telepho- ed by the
nes in this country." rican Stat


U.S. mainland.
to the tension is the
fact that there is no
between the two coun-

a background of un-
wars, mutual susplci-
liverse ideologies, they
divided Island, which is
Ssizi of Maine, in an
table alliance.
of fear and uncertain-
over the island.
countries fear an inva-
Cuba.
ians are worried about
from their Dominican

e Domivians,. outlaw-
'.Organisation of Ame-
tes, .are jumpy about


a possible invasion from Vene-
zuela.
Directly in the line of fire,
from dictatorships of the left
and right is poverty-stricken
Haiti. The French-speaking Ne-
gro Republic is boxed irr-by Cu-
ba, only 50 miles to the west,
and the Dominican Republic
bordering on the east. N
Haiti also must cope with a
small, leftwing group seeking
the overthrow of President Fran-
cois Duvaller. Communist cad-
res trained in France are re-
portedly laying the groundwork
for a potential race war which
would pit the huge majority of
the country's blacks against the


maintain that. the Caribbean
crisis can only be solved by U.S.
aid and leadership. Because of
alleged mistakes recently bla-
med on Washington, anti-U.S.
feeling., fanned by leftists, is
growing in both countries but
has not reached major propor-
tions.
Basically, the Dominieans are
angry with the United States for
supporting sanctions imposed by
the Organization of American
States against their country; the
Haitians are riled because, they
claim, U.S. financial assistance
is not massive enough for their
needs.


upper-class, healthy mulattoes. Newspapers in Ciudad TAujillo"
With this in mind, a mixed and government-dominated Ra-
blood businessman In Port au -dio Caribe are out-spokenly bit-
Prince glanced out of his win- ter towards the United States,
dow and pointed to group of obviously with the approval of
Negroes toiling on the docks. Trujillo, who could, if he want-
"If they ever decide to take ed, halt it with- a snap of his
over, we're lost" he comment- fingers.
ed. But Trujillo prefers to let oth-
Nume r i ca I strength of the ers talk for Him, rather than
Communists is small in both lose the friends he has left in
countries, but it is an intelligent, the U.S. Senate. And unlike Cas-
well-indoctrinated corps. With tro he has no desire to talk him-
help and guidance from Russia, self cit of the U.S. sugar quota.
it is ready to. move in should4 Speak with-, aa.j.i~e.. in
their government fall. Port au PrinceB-government of-
Government officials .in Haiti ficials, workers, U.S. -business-
and the Dominican Republic men or diplomats- and the con-


versation tujs to- the triD b
breweig in the Caribbean. Wt
Ia a small office at- the p lar
in this capital city sits Manil
de Meya, dapper Domiitid
ambassador to the United' N
tions. An affable man witHl'S
easy Latin charm, de Moyaktn
marks in a sombre tone-.: ;
"The Caribbean situation iu
precarious. If, by economic 'prrd
sure from the United States, thli
government f a ll s, Nicaragua
Guatemala and others are goini
to be in trouble." '

The biggest -outside "stock
holder" in the future of Haiti
and the Dominican Republic is
the United States. Shouldi'eithei
Caribbean republic fall prey to
the leftists, it would dedl: a sev
ere setback to the forces of de
mocracy and further widen the
gap between the.U.S. and some
of its Yankee-baiting Lati
neighbors not to mention the
obvious military threat it would
pose.

At stake is the northern tiei
of the Caribbean, namely Cuba
ilispaniola and Puerto-Rico.
According .to Marine CoL .o
bert D. Hen Jrt., the rankin
U.S. infltary eoiimander
falti, the Windward Passag
between Haiti. and.Cuba. "ha
the same strategic value to tb
Caribbean as Gibraltar Straili
to the Mditeraean." -

Control of the .50-mile-wi
channel and the. adjoining i:
lands by the Reds would giv
them a strategic bridgehead t
Central and South America.
One official source in the
minican capital -remaried...
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tion is touch and go; we're
eating under minmte-by-min-
diplopiacy."
e constant threat of the, Cas-
spired invasion hias' placed
Haiti and, he Dorinican
1blic on- the alert. Border
)is -have been stepped up,
ary training intensified and
Sroad checks tightened in
Scountry.-
e Dominicans also are wary
a Venezuelan counter-plot
nst them because of Tru-
3 role in the attempted as-


MAJESTIC


sassination of P'esident Romulo
Betan iqurt.
,.Andz rthl-t .Htians recall an
earlier era when thousands of
their countrymen who had cros-
sed the border to work the cane
fields, were wantonly slaughter-
ed by Dominican troops.
Presently, there are more than
100,000 Haitians on Dominican
soil without diplomatic protec-
tion since Haiti, like other OAS
nations, has severed relations
with the Dominican Republic.
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One story Agoing the rounds
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vasion via Haiti.
Last week a report raced
through Port au Prince that two
jets flying low over the city be-
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Navy planes on a photographic
mapping expedition.
The Haiti Sun headlined the
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WEDNESDAr: -C'mplimentary get-togetlerRunlhbo li
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. FRi 9Ay : ola Dinner-Dande from 7:3oln to
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Haiti's "Gingerbread Palace" and famed hosted lery the Grand Hotel Oloffson, show place 1i!
Haitian architecture, exquisite cuisine and contend ted living. Set amongst a myriad of tropical trees
an!d gardens the Oloffson, complete with minint ure pool, is the haven for the uninhibited and the
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(Continued from page 1)
The main terminal building of
the Bowen Field airport is re-
ceiving -a brush. up with new
.coats of paint being' applied to
all interior surfaces. This is ex-
pected to be completed by the
end of this week.

Mr Honorat pointed out dur-
ing the interview that Pan Ame-
ican World Airways are more
' than cooperating for the tourist
influx and have arranged, on
their winter schedule, three jets
'per week from New York to
Ciudad Trujillo with a DC6-B
shuttle service to bring the tou-
rists to and from Port au Prin-
Sce. Two-flights dail; from Mia-
mi direct to the Capital here
Shave also been arranged.by. Pan
Am together with a daily flghl
From Puerto Rico.

An application to Pan Ameri-
c;n Airways has also been pre-
sent ed for possible dir-
ec ilig h to Port au Prin-
ce from New York. The plane
expected to be used for this ser-
vice, according to Jean Jacques
Honorat, would be a DC6B.

Further in line with the push
Sfor increased air traffic to this
Country from abroad is Caribe
SAir Line. Their Vice-President
Mr Robert B. Forrest, arrived
in Haiti Friday morning to hold


ffL I A J lU XAL L % woL-U

discussions with Gbvt. officials Academy will be present to se-
in view of Caribe Air commen- lect a troupe of Haitian artists
ding an air service between San to make the grand U.S. tour.
Juain, Puerto Rico 'and Haiti's It is expected that top Haitian
second city Cap Haitien. artists from all the various
On the cruiseship side, Mr. troupes will participate in thi'
Honorat stated that 124 tourist January preview and in addition
carrying ships are already sche- a choir will be featured as well
duled to call in port during the as the music of Jazz des Jru-
coming season between Novem- nes.
ber and May of next year. He Commenting on the scheduled
added that the port would make new airport Mr Honorat told the
every effort to continue holding Haiti Sun t'at new hotels are
the distinction of having the best to be built i- accommodate the
tender service in the Caribbean. hoped for increase by visitors
Swift transport is offered from with the opening 'of the Mais
ship to shore by Haiti's fleet of Gate air c ntre. "Before the
fast moving tenders consisting end of the year," stated Hono-
of three high-po-vered tenders rat, "the ground will be broken


carrying 100 passengers e a c h
and one craft capable of seat-
ing 80 persons.

The tourist Director continued
stating that rehersals have al-
ready beg:n for a'grandio'c fol-
klore festival scheduled to be
staged in the last week of Jan-
uary. This is expected to be a
preview of a folklore tour of the
United States during the 1961-
62 winter which is planned to
coincide with a large publicity
campaign to be initiated to give
publicity to Haiti's Jet Airport
opening at Mais Gate.

At the January preview Mr.
Richard Campbell of the Ameri-
can National Arts and Theatre


for at least two 300 room hotels
- one in thie Port au Prince
area and the other in the near
vicinity. These are in prepara-
tion of the jet age in Haiti;
they are to be financed in the
U.S. and one is to be named
"Fontainebleau."

94 LICENSEES
IN LAW TO
OATH OCT. 7
Before a special audience at
the Ci 'i Court of Port au Prin-
ce 94 licensees in Law will take
the oatl on October 7.
The oath taking will be pre-
sided over by the Doyen of the
Court -Luc Boisvert- and
Commissaire di Gouvernement,
Max Duplessi;. Among the new
lawyers will be two Lieutenants
of the Haitian Army; Franck
Remain and Riiere.


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HAITI'S 130,000
TON COFFEE
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Haiti's coffee quota of 1,00
tons, granted under the Interia
tional Coffee agreement, wasN!
gnified by an AFP despat.
from Washington on Septem
27th. n
Total export quota for cof
export starts on October 1st,.
been fixed at 9,414,000 sack
This world quota was giv\en!:'i
the executive committee ofrthf
International Coffee Agreemen
and nine African cointrie&fir
the French community are adh
ering to the agreement.
The f'IJowing are the establ
lished quotas fixed for Latin
American countries: B'ra z i l,
4,350,000 sacks, Colombia, 1,490.-
000, Cosla Rica. 198,000. Cuba;
92,000, Equator, 145,000, Salva-
dor, 390,000, Guatemala,,410,000,
Haiti, 130,000, Honduras, 10,000 ;
Mexico, 268,000, Nicaragua, 55,-
COO. Peru, 120,000. Dominican
Republic, 204,000, Venez u a,
110.000. African Republics, 320,-
000, Royaume Union,.625,000,
and Portugal 480,000.

PANAMA IUNE PANAMA
CANAL COMPANY
The SS Cristobal of the Pana- .
ma Line arrived from New-
York at .7:00 am.September_27.
1960. .
On board were a total of 142
passengers of which the follow-..:
ing 69 disembarked at Port au -:
Prince: .
Mr. & MVs on,
Miss Francoise Arc
ga Azael, Mr & Mrs
Salmir, Mrs EdiaBa a P s -
Elaine :-arrymoreA erly
Batronil Mrs Elen Iatroni, Mri
& Mrii Marcel Beliard,; -M' &
Mrs Adtien Castea, .Pau
Chlatie Mr o
George Coles,, Mr & er .
-grand Conze, Mr M "iS1ifnfi W
Cunningham (Maj.) & cbdn. 13,
9, Miss- Adeline Danies Rev.
Pail E. Duuis i'_
gnani,. Caiit'Vr Rolaid G81Ia..iGeu
Mr Victor Gabriel, Rev. Fre e
Th6mas Hugues, Miss Angele :
Jacob, Mrs Renette Jean-Char-
les, Mr Gerard Jolibois, Miss -
Jacqueline Jospitre, Mrs Ormi-.
ca Labossiere, Rev.e.Sister MW4 -
rie-Elzear Lachapelle;; Sit-.
er Gisele Laflanmie, Mr '.'J.4 4
Lahens, Mrs Jules Laraque, i
& Mrs Adrien R. Laroche
chdn. 6 and a half and' 5'
half, Rev. Sister LucJlle ~ -
fant, Mrs WUliam Martin,
Antonia Maurasse, Lt. r'm
Medor. Mrs Maria Mois'e
Eileen L. Moore, Mrs Lo
cena, Miss Clara Ostine,'
Emilie Ostine, Miss Maria
tine, Mrs Harold Parks, Rev
Sister Solange Pelletier, -
Fryda B. Pierre-Louis, Miss
ne Pillie, Miss Yvette Pouialn
Mstr. Georges Regnier .7-.is
Mr & Mrs J. B Richardot&':,
Dtr. 11 Yrs., Mr Wallace -
Rouse, Rev. Fenelon Roy, Miss
Vi rginie St. Macary, Mrs.
Herbert T. Smith, Mrs,..Cinelal
Torchon & 2 chdn. 2, 5 months,
Rev. Sister Jeannette Thebaud, .
Mrs Vivianne Victor.


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"H IT SUN'-- fE1


Ship Sinkings On Rapid Increase

TRAGIC LOSS OF LIFE BY DROWNINGS
WITTHI NO DNrOrCTIrrrr 'TI .T T hT N Tj Tr


iFor the past six months this
;5,paper has been constantly
.porting the never-ending and
gic losses of live by drown-
Oasa result of ship sinkings.
t seems that with 3 more ships
st.this week the situation is
coming worse rather than bet-
e -.;-
The. sailboat St. Alexandre, pi-
ied. and Captained by Josue
forest, sank with seven pas-
pngers and a cargo of rice.
)~y the Captain, as ,is usual,
"d two crew members were


J A l..1. AT L IONJLN IN SIjl
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Cayes while transporting 7 paspreserver,ifeAmoat or raft and
sengers and cargo. All those on edch flagrantly f launts-overlbad-
board managed to regain the ing, --top heavy -stiperstructure
safety of the shore by swimm- and akiing 'holds 'tlht' cmbine
ing but the vessel and her car- to make the vessel a floating
go were lost. 'coffin.
One thing is certain, if some-
This newspaper suggested on thing is not done urgently to rec-
two occasions that a marine in- tify the present disgraceful ship-
vestigation and super i s o r y ping malpractices then Haiti's
committee be set up to bring citizens will not have to conti-
some semblance of order and nue' worrying much longer -
law. to the Haitian shipping in-, tor at the current rate of sink-
dustry. None of these vessels ihgs there ill be no ships left
carry and form or grace of life ini-three or four months.


"FIRST LADY
PEHfIIPPA


(Continued from page 8)
in her early twenties), Miss
Sch iu y ler undoubtedly is the
most travelled young lady in the
world.

Miss Schuyler's concert at El
Rancho Hotel will be an out-;
standing program of both well-
known and seldom-heard music,
especially selected for the great-
est interest of her Haitian audi-
tce.

Tickets for the concert at $2.50
each will be on sale only at El
Rancho Hotel and La Belle Cre-
ole. Following the concert Ed-


iSt: Thomas" a second sail-
ot- and captained- by Ma>
,ury; sank near the port oof. P rgieSr 4
I .Cayes with nine passenger ;.PO AU. PANTAL Bldg
a11 only four regaine Bl
. Sumtotal of these drown
s. and the number of ship.; -3 ,,
Pt during the past few months
is. reached alarming proper F EXQUISITE
insand yet nothing walso Desiqins
J- as .. been done to preven
high loss of life, shipping
go. zD
...pMonday at 8pm the sail I
"b larie-Anne" piloted h:.I GRAND RUEA L CCn
tain Cilius Germain nel ca
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Orchestra will play for dancing
for -the remainder of the 'even-
ing.
JOTRN'ALIST. EAN TV

-ON CHANNEL 5
TeleHaiti's Personality of the
Week, journalist Antope Jean,
was interviewed over Channel 5
by TV commentator-newsman
Gerard Dabady Wednesday ev-
ening.
Jean, a student of high admi-
"nistration in Paris for two years
gave favorable impressions of
the mecca Of his tip France.
ENGUSH LESSONS


English language' services at-
St. Trinite Cathedral will com-
mence at 10 am today and con-
tinue each Sunday at the same
hour.
following the service an or-
ganizational meeting of the Snm-
day School will be held. The
Church plans to hold Sunday
School for children of all ages,
plus an adult class, it was an-
nounced. Any person interested
in sevring as a Sunday School
teacher,'or member of the choir,
is urged to meet in the Church
following the service.
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"HAITI SUN"


What Pan Am Is Doing


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To Share Benefits
S Of World Travel
Boom
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Haiti is ready today to share
in the economic benefits of a
world travel boom that should
make tourism the nation's num-
ber one revenue producer.
Contributing in a major way
to Haiti's economy is Pan Amer-
ican World Airways which has
been serving the Republic con-
Stinuously for more than 30
S years.
It was Pan American that end-
.- ed the island's semi-isolation
with the first commercial flight
linking Haiti to the spreading
air lanes of the world.
Today as Haiti grows in im-
portance as a tropical vacation-
land, Pan Am is prepared to
funnel to the mountainous island
the winter season's surge of tra-
velers tourists flying from all
parts of the United States and
Latin American countries.
It was a history-making Clip-
Sper flight on January 9, 1929,
that connected Haiti by air with
the rest of the world.
In those early days. planes
reached Port au Prince on the
second day of the journey fom
Miami to Puerto Rico, after an
overnight stop-at Camaguey, Cu-
ba. Today, Port au Prince is
2 and a half hours from Miami
by DC-TB Clippers and only five
hours from New York by Pan
Am jetliners and connecting pis-
ton-engine craft. '
In the early days,. Clippers
touched down at Port au Prince
about six times weekly. The
winter between Miani and Port
au Prince alone, Pan Am will
operate 28 flights a week.
Last year nearly 59,000 Clip-
per passengers arrived or de-
parted at Bowen Field abo'd
double the number handled
through the terminal only [ivr
;,ears previously.
In addition, Pan Am a rlifte'l
some 2.674,500 pounds of cargo
and 150.000 pounds of mail at
Haiti. The air cargo service has
S aided the steady expansion of
the Republic's commerce and in-;
dustry, providing fast Clipper
delivery for such products as


sisal, shoes and handbags, foods
and essential oils.
Progress made by air trans-
portation over the past three
decades is reflected equally by
the modern facilities and run-
ways in use today at Port au
Prince's Bowen Field.
In addition to bringing dollars
to Haiti, Pan American has de-
veloped an entire new industry
and vocation -air transport-
by training Haitians as mechan-
ics, airport control operators, re-
servations agents, and others ne-
cessary to the smooth function-
ing of the airline in Haiti. ThM'
training included such courses
as English, radiophone proced-
ure, tower operation an -other
skills.
SPan American spends more
than $200,000 a year in Haiti for
payrolls, maintenance of airport
and runways facilities, utilities,
rentals and other necessities. It
spends about the same amount
for fuel for the Clippers which
land at Port au Prince.
SParn Am also spends about
$1,000,000 annually to promote
travel to Haiti through maga-
zine and newspaper advertising,
publicity, displays, movies,
booklets, posters, television "pro-
grams and other promotion.


Pan AM Increasing
Flights To Bolster
Haiti's Tourism

P.'n American World Airways
will set the stage for a Haiti
tourist :-oom this winter season
by increasing air service to Port
au Prince from U.S. gateways.
The stepped up winter sched-
ules, providing swift and conve-
nient transportation, will be re-
flected in both jetliner flights
that place Haiti within five
hours of New York and in non-
stop and island-hopper piston-
engine flights from 'Miami.
IThe 121-passenger jetliners
iill make six flights a week
between New York and Ciudad
Trujillo, speeding over the 1,600
miles-li -3 and, a half hours to
make direct sConnections wit h
piston-engine Clippers to Port au
Prince.
Between Miami, springboard
for U.S. tourists, and Port a'
Prince there will be 28 flights
each week.
Tourists departing Miami havy
a choice of two daily Clipper
flights. One is nonstop and rea-
ches Port au Prince in 2 and a
half hours. The other is the po-


pldar daily "island hopper"
that offers an economical swing
through the major West Indies
resort islands and brings tourist
ti-.d in \olu'me to liaiii Liom
Jamaica, the Dominican Repu-
bhc and Puerto Rico.
From Miami the round-trip
fare Io Jamaica is Sill. There
is no ad'dionai cost for passen-
gers continuing to Haiti. Should
the toui-~.t wish he may fiy non-
stop from Miami to Haiti and
return by way of Kingston and
Montego Bay r' t'le sam:' 1 re
When sche;':es are increased
for the winner season, Lights
from New York will be sched-
i.led :-for Monday. Thursdryv and
Saturday, providing travelers
with a choice.;of dbavs and as
siring a steady flow of traffic
to Port au Prince throughout three
week.


With the Monday schedule,
Pan Am is endeavoring to have-
visitors arrive early in the week
and to lengthen their Haiti stay-
In this the airline is ope-
ing with the government tois
department and hotel opera
for a more diversified prog
of entertainment for tourists
they will stay longer.
If the tourist volume indicates
need for additional service dur-j
ing the Christmas holidays and
in the winter season t.e airine:-
has plans to augment the servi-.'
ce with extra MigAts to aid Hai-I
ti's important tourist industry.
-Pan Am plans to introduce jet,
service to Haiti as soon as the
jet airport is available and is
cooperating with the Ewin En.-
gineering Company in the early-
stage programing for the new
jet airport facilities.


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my, October 2nd, 1960 "HAIT


VENICE OF THE CARIBBEAN
(Continued from page 9)


lived here Monday and have started survey work for the
Prince -Aux Cayes road: a survey conducted with a
_.p oan from the Washington Development Loan Fund.
S:be hoped that w;:?n the con-truction of this major high-
i .tsunderway adequate dra'.iage facihtliev will be included
Sroect and Also that die r"cad \.ill be built with sillicient
in the middle to allow the:- running of rain water.
while the current flooding situation is desperate and tihe
fo swift action can onu i b. termed as urgent. The, upper
'we sections of Lake Mirag,:ane have now brcorne one and
j report the badly flooderl lake had reached a level of
,neres.above.the level of the only bridge the expanse of
,- and well over 20 feet above Its normal depth.
ftwo: teams of experts sen to clear the natural drainage
! ave.e cleared them but in doing so have discovered that
S only strata cracks run-ung through the mounrtail and!
.renot of a size warranted to lower the level of l\ragoane.'s
a With all traffic cut off b., the flooded lake there is talk
l ^ ig:-a pontoon bridge to I open this important artery.
again, for the 13th time i i fact, the Freres road cros'.;,e
S:river bed has been wiped out and this makes the io to
sable to all traffic at the same time cutting off all commerce
o. communication with tlhe Army Academy in that area.
i-after the number of times this particular road has b._?n
u..less the authorities must realize that the only solu.
rde first a decent road and tlen a comprehe.i svt
age. .
>ntoL the only important roads cut by rain swollen
W Cfrrefour Rogd is a further classic example, b it to list
l.a,.take a full colum.i. Suffice to say .action is tr
.esitru.tion.


geste :previously', nd we suggest it again -,ow,
t superintendent be appointed in the varo-'s.
i 'IT r jb's to take chate ,,d the upkep o
So e played response ble for the con-
Ie, l-too-often drainage system.
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SCOUTS ELECT
NEW NATIONAL
COUNCIL

Too General Assembly of the
Boy Scouts of Haiti elected a
new National Council on Sunday
last composed of the following
members-

President. Di. Constant Pierre
Lot is, Chief Scout, Emmuaniel
Lafonld, President oi tile Co'.r
d'Honneur National, Jacques De-1
person, Commissaire General.
Dr. Jean Max Beauge, General
Treasurer, Weber Jeanty, Corn-
missaire International, Kult A
Fisher, Commissaire Nato-ial
des Louvetaux, Charles Dietz.
Con i s s a i r e National des
Scouts, Fritz Pierre-Lowi-, Com-
missaire National des Routi,:rs.
Andre Seide, Comniiss.iiJe Na-
tional de I'Entrainement. Roger
L. F. Mortes.

Councillers elected b:, t'e CG--
neral Assembly were: ;Ip sssrs
Jacques Agenor, Franck Chenit.
Dr. Paul Ciceron Desinarigle:,
R. P. Albert Du\ai, SDF, Geor-
ges Elie, Lieutenant J:-an-BrI)-
tiste Gmacon, Georges Javaux,
Joseph P. Louis, Donald L.un'-


HOTEL

EVERY NIGHT IS A
WONDERFUL
NIGHT AT El. R',NC!I)
THE PLACE TO MEET

ALL
OF YOUR FRFRNDS

Monday -- Festive Barbeoijin And
IE-evu Ilutirne
TUESDAY A Special Floor
Show
ainment
J' WEDNESDAY Feature Entert-
THURSDAY "Night Ol Love-
"iness" Fashion Show
FRIDAY- "Eva & Ernst's" Spe-
cial Dance Party With "La
I'eiiec Jo"
SATURDAY -- "La. Ronde" Night
Club With Gala Floor Show
SUNDAY Orchestre Coumbite
And Game Night
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Sunday, October 2nd, 1 9.


SEVENTEEN SNACK BAR-BAR
FOR LATE LATE BITE AND ICE


,.
Latest addition to the night
Club circuit and rapidly grow-
ing in popularity is Seventeen
SIce Cream's "Half Way House,"
a dine, dance and drink spot on
the Petionville Road at Bour-
don.
'" Offerings for both young and
",.old include sandwiches etc., a
daily Tasso special, famed Rum
S"Barbancourt and of course the
.predominating "Seventeen Ice
t! Cream." A special bar for the
".'
S400,000 GOURDES
SFOR NEW BLVD.
INSTALLATIONS
The Public Works Department
received an extraordinary 400,-
.: 000 Gourde credit for.the new
- Boulevard Jean Jacques Dessa
'. lines from a presidential decree
.dated Sept. 21.
: This credit grant will pay for
K. the cost --f telephone installation
Son the main street as well as
co ring the cost of the const-
ruction of brick sidewalks and
i- intersctions. The money has
't. been transferred from other ac-
g,.counts of tie budget, including
: that for National Palace elec-
tricity.



^.ATTENTION

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SALES


dispensing of the highly favored
17 flavors made from special
machine used by Howard John-
son in U.S. has been construct-
ed over the Sputnik Bazaar and
this is tastefully decorated for
the youngsters with cartoon cha-
racters eating massive ice
cream cones.
For the adult customers there
s an air cooled bar section with
music supplied by HI-FI and
ample room for tele a tete, din-
hig and dancing. A big attrac-
tion offered by the Seventeen
establishment is plenty of roomy
parking for cars and the scrv-
ices of an immaculately clad
attendant who wastes no time
"jumping to it."
Harry Cordozo is the energetic
manager of the recently opened
snack bar and bar which has
fo-mulated the handy hours of
"from 12 noon to closing." Just
in case customer feels like
another ice cream to take home
in the car a 17 ice cream dis-
pensing boy stands by the front
door complete with colorful
cart. Seventeen's motto? "eat
it here .. eat it in your car.---
or take it home.
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YOU WILL FIND SUPERIOR QUALITY BLUE
BONNET RICE EVERY DAY
A IHGIILY VITAMINED RICE
SOLD BY SACK OF 100 POUNDS
AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:

S Blue Bonnet Grade-A $10.50 or 52.50 Gdes
S Blue Bonnet' Grade-B 8.59. or 42.50 Gdes.
SBite Bonnet Grade-C 5.80 or 29.00 Gdes.
SDiscount of $.30 cents br 1.50 Gde. by 100lb sa.~ on
Sandy purchase made directly from the Rice Mill at DE-
SSEAUX (Artibonite Valley).
Discount of 4 per cent on purchases of 20 sacks or
More of rice.

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-
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TWO HAITIAN
NEWSMEN RETURN
FROM GERMANY
The second pair of Haitian
newspaper men to benefit from
a tour sponsored by the German
Federal Republic, Messrs. Ger-
ard Jolibois and Gerard de Ca-
lalogne, have returned from
1.>'r extensive visit.

U.S. NAVY
AMMUNITION
SHIP VISITS PORT
The U.S. Navy ammunition
ship USS Surabachi, AE-21, is
to call at Port au Prince bet-
tcwn October 1 and 2, accord-
ing to the U.S. Information ser-
vice.
Carrying a complement of 16
officers and 229 enlisted nien
'inder the command of Captain
I. H. Elson, the Suribachi is
expected to arrive in port at
7 am on October 1st and will
depart at Sam -on October 2nd.

NEW COMPANY
AUTHORIZED
Dr'. Francois Duvalier, the
President of tie Republic, has
decreed that "Societe Anonyme"
titled "La Terre Verte d'Haili"
be legally authorized a- a new
company.
With a capital of $5.00 the
company, \was formed at Port au
Prince on the 2nd of this month
and its activities will be in the
fields of planting and c-'tivat-
ing. The Administrative council
of the Company is headed by
Weber Francis. President, Mme
Ninette Ginsberg. vice-president
,nd Hl-aold Ginsberg Secretary-
're;asirer.


FIRESTONE'S NEW
SHOWROOM
PHILCO DISPLAY
IN AIRCONDITION-
ED SURROUNDINGS
A completely airconditioned
display loon of Philco Pr'odact'
has been opened by local Phi'
co agents Firestone on the sec-
ond floor of their Rue Pavee es-
tablishment.
,Attractively and c actively set
out the second f'orr showroom
has been stylishly modelled 1t
show of such Philco products as
Ili Fi and Stereo sets, record
players, tap recorders, radios,
transitors together with the lat-
est Philco ah conditioners.
Easy chairs have been arran-
ged around the display room for
customer and viewer comfort.
Visitors to the Firestone show-
room can relax in a pleasant
atmosphere while making their
puw chases.


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"HAITI SUN"


Philome Laguerre
SReturns
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iilome Laguerre, Haii's ill-
tuned. weight lifting contestor
.the recent Rome Olympic
Mes;r returned to Port au
t~e by plane on Tuesday this

-Mayor of Port au Prince,
tiv : Herard and Laguerre's
tlier, :met' the Haitian athlete
'i 'eairport.. Asked for com-
i. Heard, here from his
i-s -diiector of the Haitian
ist bureau in Chicago, sta-


amip complete accord with
Hiti-. Sun'p editorial (Sun-
Se pt..18th), and feel that
liting up immediately of an
pt.'.selection committee- to
-. rain of athletes is a
necessity We should have
%teit.' team of athletes in
SXbor the Pan American
to be held in Brazil -next
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NEW YORK RECEPTION
FOR U.S. EMBASSY
AMBASSADOR
A dinner at the Uruversity
Club in New York was offered
for the new American Ambassa-
dor to Haiti, Mr. Robert Ne\w-
begin, by the executive of the
Administrative Council of HAS-
CO this week. Mr. Newbegin is
expected to arrive here next
week to take up his new ap-
pointment.
Attending the dinner were:
John F. P. Clark, P. Bradley
Clark, Frederic E. Hasler, all
of the Haitian American Sugar
Co., Christopher H. Gouglin,
President of the Port au Prince
Electric Co., Edwin Dreescher.


division Manager of the Latin
American Division of Pan Ame-
rican World Airways, Gordon B.
Duval, Haitian American Meat
and Provision Co., John B.
Gmeiner, Assistant Manager of
the Electric Department of Sto-
ne and Webster Service Corpo-
ration, Arthur D. Haas, Carib-
bean Mills. Inc. and H. Harold
Wimpsen, Reynolds Metals Co.


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Regie du Tabac et des Allu-
mettes -the State owned ciga-
rette and match factory- clos-
ed down Wednesday for a com-
plete reorganization of the ad-
mimstrative staff, according to
local press reports.
Statements appearing in local
newspapers said that the reop-
ening of this important State or-
ganism would be at the end of
October. Meanwhile a skeleton
administrative staff will insure
the proper functioning of the dif-
ferent branches of the Regie
and Chiefs of bureau in the
provinces will be retained for
the present.
Le Matin quoted a letter to the
functionaries and employees this
week which requested that the
Chiefs of Services present them-
selves as soon as possible at Di-
quini to remit their "positions,
effects and revolvers if they
have them."


2 KILLED 5 INJURED
CAMIONETTE
CAPSIZES
Two passengers we re killed
instantaneously and five serious
ly injured when the Camionette
'Les Trois Vertus", driven bi
Serge Jeudy, turned over on thc
Arcalaie Road following a blov,
out Saturday at 8pm.

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Well-konwn veteran footballer
U.S. VACATION "zoupim" was the lucky winn-
Mr. John Richardot, Chief of er -f the English Ford Anglia
the United Nations Organikation automobile raffled by the o Fo
in Haiti returned to his post ball Federation and drby n at
Thursday, from an extensive va-and dran at
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cation in -the U.S. During Mr. evening..
Richardot's absense the position oupim, whd recently returned
of UN Chief here was capably ,Zoupim, who recentlyy returned
of UN Clief here was capably from a trainers' course in Fran-
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IN HAITI THIS WEEK ...Ebeth Noustas. and brother
Joe Dew to New York early thi
(Condtnul d rom page 8) week. Ebeth went back to Co]
I !ege and Joe who just complex
ed a two months summer couw
dler and Bob 'Blick were joined at the El Rancho Thurs- se in Switzerland is back t
e great Hawaiian artist Mary Jane "Momikal" Hair, Georgetown University in Wast
iiner- at the LUAU 400 Restaurant. Momikai *who is ington, D.C.
'as. the-,best-songtress and dance-r Hawaii ever had Their mother, Mrs Elias Nous
een..,though TV all over' the U.S. She has been the tas went to join them in vie,
.e.- claon o the ,birth of as othe o of the preparation of the wed
.r e .celebration of the birth of Hawaii as the 50th ding of her elder daughter The
Union. She is staying three days in Haiti. rese Marie with Ivan Laurel K(
icUnion. She is staying three days in. Haiti. She gave vacs on October 15 at the Chi
# ,..Friday night at El Rancho in.,singing a Hawaiian pel Our Lady of the St Patri
i,.the Skal Club was having a dinner party there.. Cathedral in New York.
r... arty e .r .-.Christian Germain went I
$.-&.-M.. Souers, Managing Directqr of The Nassau Mai Sunday to attend a sa
iggesa-.a newest hotel oft-the Bahamas, with more convention of all the Sales r
9S.-visited Haiti rhis week with wife Isabella. presentatives of PAN AM. i
lla: tpped at the E Rancho. Isabella was an avid was accompanied by son Leslie
...Jame's A. McDonald. a Sc-
e 'Sle.':- -e t hours at the Canape Vert Shop run by ...Jams A. McDonald, a So
k Talra ',' -.- ,from Tordnto, disappeared froi
o..g'"-t'er'" M P e t the Hotel Oloffgon where-
atder of Mr Petion.Roy hew to Spain, stayed three weeks without pa;
S study Medicine. ing his bill ($585). He checkc(
S.'juste,, sori" of-Mr and Mrs Roger Cajuste went in' at the Oloffson on Septembi
'at veel;, he will study mechanical engineering 9 after spending on. or two da;
ea : ,' -.. .' at the' Beau Rivage. He had
o..e...r.a f. e r great time at the hotel, his b
iTolicoeir, a registered iurse from New York bill was twenty dollars evel
t'lAtweek to. spend a week with her mother and day.'He'stated that he had lea
t-ole has :een wortnorkg for nore than four ned at' school( that the Island
t.ets thee: U.S., She:.is flyiTng baci to"'ew: Hispnila was divided in tb
Republcs, the
e 'eeant tiie"in her cohn Republics, the Repulic of Ha
r .ri,,, ',- -th,'-. :. .;t,'' '. .. ". abd the Dmanicanc .Republi
n"r-" the-.. ita ri"bad-fto he.' riceam but he.'.'come heit-a findd .:o
e J-ast eethim *Paris.:Heas spent that 4ere wabas a '_idne t
d.ovatr e \Musique of Parisaid dam4 e. Republic. of the Oloffson.:
en a '. He will'ibe thp Conductor' o-the Appparently Mac boardedd tJ
."e a"Pala ,C-io' '.Conia which- was on crui
; '' '- i" '- i here. -Surday 'arn sailed ea
-.....*F e .t4 ,-.,' MIIa& -~""Lmrhing. AAl Seitz, t
i i's:.s -Msoa.Pi, e a rr. angerr of tfe e-Oloffson- resui
Fl i~, ''.d'.i i'r wes, q yed the wituatoidni.: .hat wou
-,,'110 Af ..Phrb .-na r. ii the .n.lting-' if.t happp s evem
S:Cooratio iia. Agencies wrf .1teatea-'dhi l.i
g' a ekcam;a r .entlUy toi" united. States with: -. er
A.-V M hJ ,,er '_e"' -'"' '"'" '': rielel Shindletr, a, w
.* ''4 '.' ., .W bo ,.
y : Ge ...j. _q-.ia ,own. Interior. Decorator fro
S t-- Chisa.. isti : N York-.and: wife -,pf" -the Pr
,as a social, worker,- in interviewing asdt t tel El Rancho w
,b p in :ork. -- '' -. k : give materiall root to a gre
.-e'here on their way. to Sweden ma'i., orphans.- Mtiriel who h
'e" a eani.shPHysiciai fromibeen 'helping- 'or some montht
.i all the orphanages has ddeci'd
.s t att the, ':6t Splenid( : -d, : estaddlih one 'she iil div
o twController of: USOM .here arrived er 'time to for the relief of.t
.4- .Mr. W .Lebter Franl / : orphans. Muriel's orphanages
iIVorary' Corisul o. Haiti irToronto is be located :t 1the entrance.
-. op g a. "..-h .... Petitnill nar'the St. Pete
W&-A e, '' opening. a. 366th of: HaitiT
b t"e k fTraver-eAgtents being held -in'Ca.da
s.s `h LGlobe .atid 'ail.. He has iiet with ...The, Junior .League of' H
s i..Bti'1iihere dt6 get all-iosters, pam- spo.sord by MIrs Shindlier
o6 i' V iry.'He .iseConryt active in' i y 'panning a charity ball'f
e ches.:all.; over -to create interest about the October 28 'Le Bal c
-- ... the .Haitia i nd;. ,r ,. d e Rodes" so will be called I
the Haitia tou rist- sry. He distributed gat event of the 'season-
hadieraPfts through. the. Canadian Haiian Trade organized by a group of l1
.g:tod'-after four.days at El Rancho. ely Haitian girls. All the p
.eeds of this 'affair .will go
Coir aid Nordmark, Cqntroller' or ALEXANDER the orphas.
lWPAe:L$ )i.'4-Which operates "Alexander Ybung Ho- ...Dr. Rhindall Assad, Owi
Mg .Laundl y &'"Dry Cleaning", "Alexander Young Build- of Villa Ceole Hotel and Pre
Aent of te 'Hotel.A ssociation.
'onbluoiiFawaii, stopped here this week with charming entf the HotelAssoiation
_,,a.' ; s .i.:a.f-.. f A H r ..' currently husy.ih the U.S. wbe
a"iprese ptaBtio e for the ALOHA Airlines im Horiolulu. he is working ha-d to put H
6W is the' Board of the Governors of the National Hotel and the Villa Creole on the t
-icWh.o just held .a convention in Miami at the Ameri- rist map. He joined- there
$.,r' and Mrs Nordmark have decided to come- to wife Lina who took her daug
W:inda Jamaica while they were in a post convention er Ariel back to Sc.oal in N
.ai. Juant.. They were- guests at the El Rancho. ork.
:-L- ...Jean Targette, translator
'-Miss- Jainet T. Dundas, Sales representative for the the Department des, Affai
Il-:icks Jr. and Associates, Inc. in the Madison, Avenue Etrangeres came back here
:.eke this week onr a swing through the 'Caribbean. turday last after about .d y
spent two days at the Hotel Villa Creole. The "'Leo- inm ermany wherd be 'went
r. and-Associates Inc is a, large corporation. with improve hiis knowledge in
.Gernau. la.guage. .Jean spe.
Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Miami, New York, Toronto, uently.avelaguage es.:Je

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rant at the Sputnik building at
Bourdon. The Seventeen Ice
Cream has swiftly become a
rendez-vous of the y.fng boys
and girls of the area..
...Major J. D.; Cunningham.
his wife and two children Paula
and Graig arrived this week.
Major Cunningham. who is in
the engineering field is serving
in the U.S. Naval mission in Haiti.
The Cunningham family is stay-
ing at the Sans Souci Hotel.
...Mr Andre Zeihar, a new Mas-
ter Sergeant for. the USMC here
arrived this week, with his wife
and daughter 'D1borrah.
:..Mr James Marshall, Publi-
sher President of the Florida
and Caribbean 'Guide book is
currently guest-at the Sans Souci
Hotel with assistants Bradley
E. Steel and Lester L. Rizer.
The party come- here to get
some new material on Haiti, for
a new edition of the Guide. -
...Miss Delia Fergnani is the
new Secretar, 'aL the'U.S. Em-
bassy.' She is guest at Sans Sou-
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Cuial Gables is having a ten '
day respite at the Hotel Monta-: '<
na.
...Lt. Colonel Thomas Benton.
Tighe of the' U.S. Naval Mission
is back from a short.trip to the
United States.
...Misses Rosanna Watson, a !i
Secretary and Mary 'Unterland- i
er, a typist both frori Toronto ::
are currently guests at the Mon-.o
tana..
...Lovely Ellen Bronnima n,
flew to Sarasotta .Fla Saturday',i'
to continue her studies in comrn-
meicial design. She is on.. her.'
second year of study thqre. :
...Jack Eubank, an Account-r-,i
ant for the Ford Motor Compas&-.-:
ny in Dearborn, Michigan and:.."'
his" pretty wife* Barbara spent*;
their honeymoon at the Hotel :.
Ibo Lele this week. Barbara is :;
a secretary for PAN AM in De-;
troit.
...Edward Van Meer of the"
Curacao Trading Co and .his.I
charming wife Joyceflew to Ja--
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NON-PAYMENT
: (Continued from. page 1)
verinsen was an affable man..
He described himself as a ,aeri--
.,al surveyor, merchant seamen
,.. and salesman with choice of re-'
,: sid6nce Brooklyn, New Yorkl
and the Virgin Islands.
He added his" third address -,
.- the .N a t l.o n al Penitentiary-.
'when, after running'up 350 dol-T
Slars worth of bills, at .ihd El
S.Rancho Hotel, he bolted out the
-'-back door, across to the' Villa
SCreole, taiied to the airport
'im d made hasty reparation to
: .-fly the coopi he just about mad(
K.i'-t, and. only .one- thing \,en.
.;wrong *

..; .Severiuei6i was obscr ed riak-
-.ing his exit out the El Rab.: V
'rear entrance, it was reported
$," to-the.management who in tur'
r iraed to the airport with nit-
~Sfu-tanding. bills in :haril. It ap:-
.i1 ears. that erstwiile Severinsen
h'. ad- already payed one 350 dol-
: r.bill and then run'up another.
SPresehted with the bill as he
'.prepared to 'eiplane for. S ar
Juap, -Puerto Rico,' Cort Sevcr-
insen nad no $?50 and no"ehoice
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WANTED, JAMES
MACDONALD
(Continued from page 1)-i
dress as Ashawa, a district
some 32 miles from Toronto, Ca.
nada, is described by the Oloft-
son Hotel staff as being 6f Scot-
tish descent, a. fluent French
linguist.and r.s a "charming and
affab! .man." that is before
he disappeared
Onr September 25 MacDonald
'departed from the Oloffsol vith-
.out word and without t rac-e.
Perhaps' mere doncidence but
the 25th was the-day" the.Coro-
Itia cruisesip'. was in port and
James M-i.c.rrtald lnos not pas-
sed through 'ie ai'po,'t and can-
not be found.
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AMERICAN TAILED
(Ctitinued '.lrem- page.1)
riL- una into Ha: eS'. !here
during the course of *a. toUr of
Latin A.mbrica Nelson has. nowb
retu;rcd to U'le U.S.
Pr ir to his apprje:ension and
q..c;tioning Thedore Nelson was
a gue., at the dollar-a-day An-
tillian Hotel 'in the city.
hospitably of the, rNaninral Jail
,where' he is eritering his second
week of residence and retrib:',
tion.


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and "". 'gld'4Jguredlat
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H.AITI-U,S. ARMS AGREEMENT | HAITIANvTIT


(Cohtlnued from page 1) 'PHILIP P. WILLIAMS
that request, and on the foll6- Charge d'Affaires ad interim
wing understandings: .Port au Prince, Sept. 1, 1960
l.-The Government of- Haiti Mr,- Charge', d'Affaires,
and the Government of the U"' His Excellency
ted: States of America agree t dir'iel Lamartiniere iHonorat,
a. Join in proniotihg interr' Minister of Foreign Affairs, ad
tional. understandings and good' interim,
will, and maintaining world Port nu Prince.


peace;
b...-Take each action .as maiy
be mutually" agreed upon to eli-:
minale causes of international'
tension;
"e! 'Tak.e -'ppirop'i,tle steps to
insure the effective utilization
6b any assistance provided pur-
suant to'the present agreement.
2.-Equipment and' materials
provided- to the Government o(
Haiti pursuant to this agree-
ment are required for and- wilt
be- used solely in Haiti's legiti-
mate. self-defense," in maintain-
ing its 'internal -security, or to
permit it to ,participate in the
defense of the area of 'bhich- it
is a part, .or in the' United Na-
tions'- collective security arrali-
gements' and measures.
3.-The -Governm'nnt ot Hait0
will not trandler- title to or pos-
"sTssLio of any. equipiae.i., male
rials, information' r e'scruiccs
provided under this agremrneit
except as may be .agreed 'bet.
ween: tic Government of aiti
and the Government of the" Uni-
ted States of America, and the
Government of Haiti will take
-appropriate steps effectively; to
safeguard, the security, of any
article, service, or .information
furnished' under-.this agreement.
4.-The Agreetient effected by-
an exchange of notes signed at
Port au Prince 'on. March 21 and
,April'.5, 1955, relating to dispo-
sltion- of- equipment and Mtater-
.ials ho longer required, f6t the
purpose f Rnished, shall.'apply to
equipment and materials. furni-
-shed pursuarit to. thi agreement.

5.-The Government of Haiti
will .permit 'continuous- pbserva-


Stion and review by United States
. representatives of this program
o--. assistance. -including, the uti-
lizatior ofp such assistance, and
will provide the Government '.of
the 'United State-, of America
with full and complete informa-
Sfion with respect to these mat-
ters upon request.

If t hp s e understandings are
acceptablee to the Government of
Haiti, I have the honor to pro-
pose that this note- aid Your
Excellency's lote in reply con-
curring therein shall constitute
ain agreement' between our two
governments, 'to enter into force
on the date of Your Excellen-
cy's reply.

Accept. Excellency, the re-
newed assurances of my high-
est consideration,


It a pleasure for me to ac-
knodlcd-e receipt of your -note
of the September 1 instant the
terms of which transated in'2
French are as follows:

(-QUOTES note No.' 10 dated
September 1, -19'0, fropi Philip
P. Williams, Charge d'Affaires
,ad interim.)

Th reply to- Jhis communica:
lion, it is a pleasure for me to
inform you that the Government
.of Haiti _Iccepts the proposals
outlined in yoir note and in,con-
formity with t':e 3-;g'-:.on co:1-
tained' there.n, your .rio' and
the present reply shall be con-
sidered as. constituting in agr-'
cement letwveen otr .two Govern-
m-nts. which agreement s ha 1l1
enter into force starting this day.
I take this iecasion to renew
t) you Mr. Charge d'Affaires
t:,e assurances of' my very dis-
tinguished-" consideration.

M. LAMARTINIERE IONORAT
Secretary of.. State, a.i,
Mr. Philip P. Williams
Charge d'Affaires, ,a.i, of the
United -States' of-America in
Por. =u Prince. -


TO. CICHOWSKI

OUSTED

(Cuntinued from page 1)

the same pattern as that of Paul
Roscoe Weesner, Hotel Riviera
owner"and Casino p'romoto r-
leasee who was, deported on Fri-
day. -The -Flour -Mill manager,
in Haiti for the past three years,
w as arrested Friday morning
but the authorities were unable
to get hirp on a. States bound
plane. Held in custody overnight
Ciehowsld was. "placed on -the'
first available .plane to the U.S.
on Saturday..

An official of the U.S. Embas-
sy was permitted to visit with
Cichoslki. and Weesner during'
the -period they were held .in
custody, but the U.S. Embassy
stated .Saturday that, they -had
received no official information
or reasons accounting for Cich-
owski and Weesner's ousting.


I
No official -information concer-.
ning the two deportations has
been released..


AS SBURI

OFFICER INJ.i
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Serge Be4uli- ,
from the Ca iadi-l A
of 'Montreal -'nad
International Acadu
ligation of St Johrn,
currently Ciet! -,t-
of investigation .At:
ment of Police of'Vi
ce has just 'ref-er
meant from- .he",t
to serve as a-S
Israel. .
The a-Sinmnqt,.ri
him thtiugh the-
-nical -Assistance.if
Nations in "'Port tai-
Beaulieu has been 's
among .a great many,
his qualifications, .
sector and life memle
Associated Special In
International located
he is also a..Menefi.
rican Detective' As
shares with Captai']
teau- the .representat
International -Police '
Great Britain- setio
Seauliemi will leave-ki
his new post .

UGLY .AM.

TO VISIT, tH
Author of the faieff
troversial -novel" Thbeijgl
rican- U.-. ~-ri.i
rick- was reported .i'
vellisle this week as-;'
.to visit Haitf shortly, o
servation trip." -.' i
language paper: pototci
the Head gf Haiti!s Me
-sion, .Colonel .Ro4Aj.f1Ml
requires all mibemsbe
sident marine mission.
the book.

I .' t-.a..S


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