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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:
AA00015023:00300


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PORl-A-PINC, HI't -Avntl.)(ri-Jetie -CIT I) MRSAS 8TI hore261- Vl I, 14- Sunday, eruary 2 ,6th- 1961- N 1



U-R T-OLAI-ONED

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ioprp~~~ey i' yTedyWildelat

eeedap kanch-sefheot pat StrikQ Effece CH i
n ar tiswek teleThe Pan Amerwien World Air- Service in Miami was authorized
1h~adolars woh fqupwassrceHms -namu air- by the Department ot Commer-
r anartiicia hmbandbarrier, is -due to return io_ nor-C on a temporr at a
moer acmeyan company -officials hope to 'h between F~ort au Prince, Kings-
oi to be. built, in 4he adthbacklog of passenescla-tn, Miami and -San Juan dur
t inen'sScoo Fred up by Tuesday- ink the emergency,
oped Children teplacmg ~~~The wildcat strike-of Airn A hswekn a lt
ent~~~k .e--orrpiin hh eger left this cou-n- led down the overload of tra
adito'vr oldalscrdedtry irtally isolated by au itr 11et built up luring h e'
nd artibial lims ship-the outside world and caused a lnstkthat ended Jled
p e '.herestd huc loss of tourist dolla-11 'I4nd narm- night.
an lweiuls m.i the edbsns ngnrwithi'nion- (Contmuted oil page
delivery of airmail.,
.=try'q -Maint 44pl -'w agr" n hr IAGS CHIEF DUE
Ttecountry's main supply Of
hmb \n bace stms28 TEACHERS FLY ;
xo t .mret' scool;(TO JOBS IN CONGO
bece detl I'es; ,gradu
thescholforthe]pat Twenity-eight secondary school
ate produced as teachers -departoatecm
-assignment in: the Congo tifior-.

T 'eChers were -actited

no o e6) 94 -agtro rMatieb atA~to--- Departmg by special ir Frart-
-Willan 'CJ 5A~?I o fM n.r \d~ac e clipper tomorrow -the )-rofes-
rpain of" P.arIis viere titreatEgie t ireofeinvleoswlle bemPnsb
Unesco pro o t 9kn up thir
astSaurdy.'Ab gouss athrSeretryGenra ofthr Alin-jobs in-various districts -of that
-F0Qq Uei Finnca- flm f -rmPa~ris~to-atted thL6 weddings ;ecemnony. here. new African State (Cun I d p. 2)
Haiti fmre Asape: to wi
bac: hl'ampionshi oI Cerit

accoriea toMoa Rste Shle iy Coast Guard
Prleide~o l~ltari_Fbo&Col. John Unverlor Ilt, director
bal Fd6rfo-Wo swie of the later American Geodetic
ehapigs t OrtsFRENCH EXPOStITON, Survey inImama arrives on
&whief -aiti won back in, 195 ige LtIguth6oUS9 Ce5 'A French, Cormm-erbitl and ]In- theS no oorwo
te in Curacao began in late, DeL -dustrial- expositn 0n lionofficial Visit.
day -ed q unt CoePa dy at. the -Chamber of Comnmer- Named director of TAGS in
gappearekd nhierbweekncn Ambassador, Chafr- July 1960, Col. WUvrorth Is
-777 'firolt pages bL cn t a~ rs le Le Genissel and lU1 M ster making ian 1spection touar of
,Dd~ 6r sdentGrad Roux er LNovi s te-idf 8.< Clovis Desinor. (Continued on -page 2)
beo tes Picf la 1 Great emotion was caused in
F) th neighborhood of 'the Bi oon CULTURAL COPS OF HAYIT IN ISRAEL.
,,.-With'T6t ,e. Qt dck-Wednesday_ afternoon, sta-
ted L-Noutrelliste, ',when,_of tht
Sea Monster. popping up neav
_the sho1re behind the Coast
Guard."
"IThe pe ple crowded to -the,
scene. Aboard the- Coast Guard
Cittr the, sailors gave chasf_
-Thoseb who caught 6: glimpse., oi,
he- monster described .it as a
(Co xinud mu page k)


WATER, WO)I
WHO HELPING PLA
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PAGE 2 A ITI SUN" -SundayFebruiry Gta 10i


S-.1 JEAN GOSSFLIN..
In Haiti This week...... --
Hi.fW PLAYERS ARRIVE ... 1 "S.... .
MONDAY .
AS RECOUNTED The Jean Gosselin pla ers .re T
AS RECOl UNTED scheduled to arrive Mon id a y I
morning by Air France and put \
SBY on their annual season of the-
French theatre at the Rex. -' '
AUBELIN JOLICOEUR 'vis D s
SEA MONSTER...
." (Continued fromn page )- Secr tary Of State For Commerce And InduusTyar r

MOD1EIS E.TlILISII EACHiLEAD HEREi ON LAST PLANE Iq passdible giant, black in color And .
-Mrs Doris Farrant, Newspaper Publicity Director oLhce (- with a hea did of a however se.Mr. JAN..Ou. MONTES, .
LANESE FIBERS COMPANY landed here Monday on tile hlt vanquish the "aquatique" -that C- ef of Division And Solicitor Of the -
PAA plt-.c in with a party including her husband Raymnond Far- escaped their shots. Since the De pa ent Of .Commerce and Industry. '
rant, in Real Estate in New York, Miss Gloria Palter, Fashion unfortunate accident of. Cote ee .d,
Coordinator, her assistant Stylist, Mr Hal Yeager. a Photogr.ia:her Plage when a young bather lost 7mtaken by a keep th.
his right arm, people have not For -the pr6mpt Steps taken by you to keep the1
for Clis d D our lonely models, Mrsrev.hig a ceased to produce all kinds of highways of the. Air open to the -public during-the1
Nuys of Illnois., orothy Sefton Knowls of Washingto., D.C., versions "a propos"- this mors- p "-em ereny'- '
Sheil.di Ross Cross' of New York Cit3 and Miss Joan Kemp uf ter that has choose to make pt -
Kansas. 11 grei:ted by the Public Relations of the "Dep.i-tLment its home in the bathing area f vil Aviaion in.Hatiis g
Bizoton and Cote Plage. The ill Te Civil Aviation in.-Haiti .s Lu good
du Touo'fnie" of Ilait. C cident of Wednesday has put'the hands -th -en such as you at the helmh. -. .'.
The Celanes.: Fibers Company is a division of the Ce!ans.-: Cot- thing back in focus. One neces- -
poratirn of .ll\inci- whose products are known and aprpreciat-rl sarily- makes a comparison bet- Thanks also 't Stuart Grahamn of .he United N&-
lJ mr1 lilt uod. ee this animalpet andm the one tions, Richard Abbott and- Jolhn Quinn-of Pah Ame-
Fl,'. mrjit lIl; glit this p~ail it: It.C. to Use Haiti ,aa fs -ion that chopped thearm Afe'-e.
young bather. One of the imme- rican Wotld Airways for their wholehearted cooper-'
biL],',o.)iiuln tiL. photograph net Summer merchandise such a.; diate consequences, of those fan- ation giVei.. ,
beach-wear, street-wear dresses, active sportswear and c.Nci;ail rosy rumors -that made the .
dresses all nm'ie of synthetic fabrics called Arnc-l and Fo'rtrel round is to make more and My anization and I look .forward to worlii
(Strong w)C-en fiom the Celanese Fibcrs Company. redeert th behl ueso with you again and want you to know that we ar
of the Capital. A simple ques- v you. aid t kno' -i w '
It i, ,.c [t time the polyester fiber Forirel is hem; pi moled lion of the conservation instinct. ready to Serve ht people of-Haiti at their all. .
by Ihe Celanese. It is the latest produce of this F-biors Compn[a.1:.. In the case where the rumors-
This Siinmer collection is the work of famous designers u New would.be founded a communique I S EREL .. -
York nrd Cahltrna. of the Coast Guard would again .2.- -I .
be.welcomel9tfnd wdokflbe of a ,
nature to prevent future acci- E dw in M r r
It i.> mide of the wonderful wash arid wear fibers unlit,' culled dents," stated Le Nouvelliste.
Foilicl and ,A\.. This material has a silken look, needed no Le Jour added that the mons- -.
iroming hic;aius ,,f its wrinkle resimsance. ter at which the Coast Guards-.
These fashions publicity releases 'will be placed with oxe1 Lve men fired several rounds of ma- l
chme-gun bullets, issued almost <-e rBc e
hundred major consumer Newspapers throughout the Uuitlel Sa- human lugubrious cries t- .
les .and foreigii publications. "
The p..-r., k.dged at the Ibo Lele Hotel. ISOLATION
l FarAIR ISOLATION ENDS Service
Mis I'arriant has located the sites backgrounds of the Fas-iuons (Continued froin page .1)- -
plihotl-riTphs in company with the PR of the Tourist Board of An estimated 200 pttsbrs \bho ... S 1 0
Ilaitr !ie'.s delighted with the locations found here. Doris a., well were unable to got. flights out
as MIr-, Gloria Palter is a keen exponent of the meringue. during the week -.vi depart this
\weekend. Fifty-eight- left on the_
-D. Irwin Zimnmerman, a well-known dermatologist from New Saturday morn -eight- leftr. i- o 3 "
Saturday morning clipper. Sixly-
"Yor-k cIit.ni guest at the El Rancho with his "St iluisante three in -the afternoon and to- -, .. .
fenui'e" litli. The Zimmermans are on their second trip in Haiti. morrow sixty-five w.-ill be ship- ..
'lhrv \i.!I td the Country last year for the first time. Ruth said ped to New York. "
lDy tlouhTls of Haiti where the people are so hospitable that they Delta continued its weekend 4
cominuzicalL Hiry easily their oie de sivre" o al t flights during the strike to Stn SAVE UP TO. 70 per cent ON
Jrmin and Ruth are entranced with the Haitian arts and are ex- Fran d New Orlens a;nd Air -
relk'nt dancers of the meringue. charter plane Monday -mrningo1n
-Jamnes L. Richmond, in record business in New York. and a with the Gosseiin Playhouse i" ." ].-q" .r'.
ai the Gos-eii. Playhou. .'
S troupe and wi- ja:o aboard 28
Talent Agent for the Blue Angel is visiting this- week with. his Haitian teachers for the Cogo V S r ",ANrAG
,*Haitian teachers for ..C.' V.:1 "T O E"..
"ra.ssante femme" Harriett, student in Anthropology Jimmy Sixty-five of tl.e seventy PAA .
.nd blonde Harriett, current guests at the Grand Hotel (;loftson, employees here were laid -off .
'e. to -- p ,-lr n Dunham expect toe ,trnt-oq
De',' to Cap Haltien Friday to visit the Citadel. They paid a visit during the strike ar.d all are -'
to K itherine Dunham. expected to return to w)rk Mon. .- q l: -i.u.
'day,.. .
-Seymour Glasser, Salesman of Forest Hills, New York and ay.
his wife Jane enjoyed aRn-.El Rancho honeymoon. 'F4 ST 'SFDEEI'EtY--E TO 16 STAT ES
-Congressman Sidney P. Yates and his wife of Chica,,o made IAGS' CHIEF- ... .
another stop here Monday on their way back from Panama. They (Continued from page :.. T AU PRINCE'S .
we!,e guests of the Chief of the U.S. Naval Mission Colonel and the various coun-is working i O :. -
Mrs Robert D, Heini, Jr. at the Oloffson Show Monday night. ,.collaboration with the Geodetic H : G
Mi Fortune Bogat was also in the part:,'. u Survey and personal checking- .....
-The world known artist Katherine Dunham Prait will iiau- the progress made by the pro- OFFERSNDS -
. gurate this corning week the tourist spot s:e is making of her Jc s.: -6 "N -
Habitation Leclerc, former home of Pauline Bonaparte in Port au thIe AG direct ll dscuss :PRO- I
Princ. in the. early nineteen Century. This place will be -net to the- cartographic iojeeis here .- .' '
the National MAuscum the most delightful tourist attraction in Ire with Public Works Minister Mar. -- 51 Rte -du Quai
Capital. eel Daumee -and tfeliilans of -
Caitl his department .' 0 .00 0
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Father Of Pied Pipe'r' Plan 'Che'ckingOn 96&nlet HiAITI HAS GOOD. CHANlCE TO PLAN FOR NEW'
S Andl Bete, Pouladion Of -Haiti o WATER WORKS
., a WN BACK' CHAMPIONSHIP' cnue from pg
Rats giregtest. enemy' in fls It waIs "the buarant e. Ex ter-
hemisphere i s- here' with the, Iminating'- Co-mpany- with its "0.1 water system, is expected to
hoe fplnij tertite rtonid Ipr"tht.at .goai e rmpae 'h-believes will soon be :raised cost approximately five million
extermination. .With the -jo1lly Year -cleanted bu~t some of the- Sors an ee dollars and has been plactdb-_
counteniance 1of ,the Pie .d 'iphr,; mos It rat-i Infested. districts' n me n he ek h by Sprtsi fans hColon onteSS fore the- Inter American Deve-
his -orerunner in this line, Max -Manhattain island. ,They did. playprs-,were kept -in a traiiiing Ancoin the players will take ei_ lopment Bank for their conside-
Klibanoff, Executive -'Vice Pike- sirnilar job in Puerto Ri~co and -'ppat Damienan aette tetanople to San ration.
Trident of: the .Gularantee Ixter- Cidad- Ti'ujillo. The ladfual hiU fll 9ad rs-tespe Jose.- The championship. is sce-e otayt h eotpbi
mination Comp'any'!, v vis ite d,, s well plane in ,advance with aiithis week to- confer with. aW ctcapaigfi, the use of am :athlete IVrRuirdcrtd yor evening stating the United Na-
L1eonce Boifto'hi chn be6 er n closinlg,:off of anlJa ebwt h Mdil tion's hdplaced Jier.~on
-done for the pest problem here. escape routes. du Merite Sportif" for his ai our hundred thousand dollars at
Max Klitbanoff whose. compa- ;The, team, :accompanied 'by a inriigfnsadassigthe disposition of tthe specialized
ny. has been, insect, rodent and in 'Haiti Mr Klibanoff wa's in- doetor and miasseur, two inana- 'teta i atcptn nteservice: of the Haitian Govern-
termite -control specialists- since terested in. the tremenfdolis los- gers and ,Federation speneadry Championship. Mr Deeb, the F e- ment for the hydraulic system
tr1013j- has ai sort- of Kingiley rem ses rats inflicted.,in tho6 ric(, General Roger Duroseatf was dato Prseit oiedotof the Capitft, the money for
-port on .th .e Rat and goesf about' fields of the. Artibont ad0. ade [po Issible by the. Fanam Iwa beac Peidnt poin24thed oust thi .s important work is expected
heir termination in t!he most cao, plantations in North and bire. ex ending credit to the Fe- otale ofte "Jeuviesse,,t oefo h e ne
scientific manr Su th 1 Hatip ,rafioh, for. the passage morey. foteamTher deof atioh a ad American Development Bank.
Mr Rouzier pointed out the Fe-edt th Mao duin te
Srat, can cost a country k.c o Mir Kli banoff and T9 Jonid eeain tl.aksxtoia d mth"l os'aais h Two World Health experts Mr
matc Boy" agins


nomically -$20' annually, accord- had talks this kwee-k -with Public. dollars to defray all, expt uses National Selection" Februar'y Albert Vogal of -Peru has com-
ing t M Kibnofwio x-HelthMiiserBolo aidAg{.okpreparing the team and pay- 21pleted his phase of the study
plalirs .that the Dorrini-can. Re& cult .ure, -and National .1 Pps 1 urceas ing foCr, their tour. He emnplut.i- 'in close cooperation with Public
public was ..oosing, thirt..Vtive pief Minister Aridre.Thear'd -on the zed" liow'- important it was for ,-Senator Victor Nevers, Con~s- Health Minister Dr Carlo Bou-
c~n ofthet'Coca cop $ hes poibiites f pint-ati HP 3 aiti "to enter this 10th' cham- tant, Tourism Minister .vas. also los and riow Mr Walter Costa-
0,ontas unipopn tp oto rgafrti on ionships, Stating, that Haiti had to be decorated..at that lime but going of Uruguay is working on
ped, n. tr. nssed the last ,CYaInpiponship an injury the Mini,,tvr received the project with the Mvinistry.
;-eld in Haiv7ana anld A.ood io', while training for the Old -Boy's The WHO is the Health divi-
be ousted from the olampidnship team confined' himl to bed. He sion of the U.N. and, is only as-
7if they did not participate in' is suffering from a torn muscle sisting in planning for potable
be San, Jose meet. The fonds in his left leg. water for all -Port au Prince.







AT TENTION



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SBu Bonnet Grade- 9o 25 ds
Buge, Bone Grde--- -5'.80 or 29.00 Gds

0Discount of $.80 cents or 1.50: Gde. b 1091h mwc on
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-!'HAITI


Haiti In The Middle-East


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Recently our newspaper noted
a distinction conferred by the
directors of the InternationaL Fo-
lice Association on our yoat.g
friend Serge Beaulieu e .inves-
tigator in charge of the office
of Investigation at the Depart-
ment of Police under" the adnmi-
nistration of the dynamic Heau-,
voir brothers.
We are happy Lu hear that ac-
livities nf Beaulicu hac tot
been limited to "criminalisti-
que", but he has delved into
the Cultiral and touristic do-
mains is [avor of HaiU "in Is-
rae-l.

On th oc(asiijn of the? Inde
pendenc,: Anniveisary of our
country. Beaulieu in a speech
underlined the progress made b>
our country despite all kinds cf
difficultiCs encointcred. In i
%well tu'netd speeccl our country-
man. spoke- als,- o[ our intellec-


ce front page picture of Cultural Cops) .
tuals and their work from An- difference between Haiti and Ta-
tenor Firmin to Jean Brierc 'hiti.
and on to Gerard Daumec, Ulys- The example traced by our
se Pierre-Louis not forgetting countryman should be encoura-
Carl Brouard, Henock Trouillot, ged and followed by all those
Magloire St-Aude. who. find themselves on foreign
soil for the greatest benefit .of
Voodoo was explained after our country. (Le Matin Feb.-21)
ItI..- i r. rlu tIhe celebra-


hth seti) maUe Dy inst ceima -y
ted Lorimer Denis the doctrine
recommended by Dr Price Mars
was brought into focus. The
book "Ainsi parla IOncle" was
recommended to the audience
for the better -understanding of
the thesis.


Mauclair Zephirin -
Dies At Canape Vert
-FUNERAL SERVICES HELD
AT CAP
Mr Mauclaik Zephirirn _passed
away at the Hospital Canape


The soiree was termuned by Vert Saturday noon. after a
a "show" typically' enacted by short illness. He was in his ear-
the conferencier with the help ly fifties.-
of Gerard Amyzial presently oni Born in Cap Haitien he began
a mission in the Middle-Fast. a long career in the public ser-
The celebrated songs of thc vice as professor of "belles Let-
Raoul Guillaume "Papa N-.xl' tres" in.the Lycee of the North-
also Choucoune and Angelique ern Metropolis. He later became
all contributed to establish the Substitut du Commissaire du
Gouvernement in the.Civil Court
of the Cap. He entered the di-
plomnatic service as first-Secre-
ED__ tary of the Haitian Embassy in'
^ _vW.ishington and later was eleva-_
ted to the rank of Ambassador.
SHe also held ambassadorships to
rome. Havana and Bogota- F r
ev-- -----eral years he .hold the Cabi-
set posts of Minister of Foreign
\flairs and- Religion and the
SPresidency.
4 The remains of the deceased
l ,,/ 'a-s transported to Cap -Haitien
S l''- heree funeral services ,were
held at the Cathedral Tuesday
ji -' afternoon.
S This newspaper presents cun-
Sdoleances to th; deceased's -i-
dow Madame MIauclair Zephi-.
sin, and daughter Marlene, his
IT IA FF/C FURNITURE brothers Adrien and Henribot
r and Mrs MauriceGuillaume
FORT MEANS RETURMIS Sa, Mr and Mrs-Albert ..Wes-
5000- terband, Madame Nares tIe-
wJIN17. conte, Mr and -Mrs Paul- Ma--
g'oire, Mr .and Mrs Cinna- Le-
A CL |) [AN C conta, Mine Lorriaine -Leconte.,
J /L A&JL Mr and Mrs Hermin Leconte.
)N NE FOI MV~ and Mrs Alphmnse-.L'conte,
Dr and Mrs Lucien Leconte, To'


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Modern haitian



iiM A M X PINCH--T
On Show Now At- --
GALRIE PJNCHINAT' .
S, .OIS VERNA.
Just before you reach the '"POST .MORIN" ridge
This 4is an uART GAILE LJwot a picture shop, e-..
hibiting over .100 of the mgt attiaetive FRAMED
PAINTINGS made both in Port au Prince and Paris by
FAMOUS HAITLAN PAINTER MAX PINCHINATz-..
now in. France. -.
The artist WHO HAS EXHIBITED- BOTH HER& --
AND. ABROAD for the -pit 15 years, comes badk to..
Haiti every five years and. for 15 to 18 months renews -
the contact with his people and his source of inspia-.
tion. -. .
'In thie. GALLERY PINCHINAT are grouped .
some paintings of the 15 yeirs of work. by MAX PIN-
.CHINAT, from 1945 to 1960. Prices havei.htQ been ar-.
bitrarily .based on beauty of the painting, but on its
sise, just like Paris Fashion for MAX PINCflINAT
and OTHER WELL KNOWN ARTISTS. Visitors can
consult the paintings price list -if they wish to.- ~
.All the- taxi drivers know GALLERY: PINCHINAT'
AND don't let anybody-tell you that. the GALLERY is
closed. It is not. "
The -GALLERY PINCHINAT, sol1.prese.- -1
tative and sales agent of PINCHINAT's paiittigs, has.
exhibited a few samples only at "Foyer des-lArts Pilas--
tiqueis' "Galerie Bro 6et'" iand Galerie Suissee'.
Open from 410,AM to 5-PM, and. on appointmient in
the evening. --ADMISSONT FREE -
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] I*RPI--RTIEN AND THE ICITADEL, :.
ONE WAY BY PLANE ON6 WAY .BY LIMOUSINE
f l ALL -
S -: -- e.0 INCLUtDED

f f^^B OPERATED 5 (1II.ASTObPIE TOURS
AVENUE PAN AMERICAINE
'PETION-VILLE -HAITI -


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E ttraice .00 DaIctng with th


i:IER STARTS A 8pm.
FRait.s 'Gingerbread Palace" and famed hosted lery the Grand Hotel Oloffson, show place ol
Ilition architecture, exquisite cuisine and coneut.ed living. Set amongst a myriad Q( tropical trees -
Sand gardens the Oloffson, complete with minil are pool. the have for t he uni bited aid the '
Mecca for the Caribbean tourist. _.-A -ad e Ol:ffscm ,-tr. 3.
--. -- ,- t.-..- : -a.- .-" 'y ." ."." r' .;:-. -
is Ant garden thed-1te. O6166 opeewihmnaaepo, Ktehvf o'~o le!ad.la :."" :
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Sunday February ,6h 1961 H AT T. HI S U N PAGE 5

LCham1re de mmere o- Pouvait en oye ce bulletin a
H A ITI S'U N blet-61le que le Peule Haitien New York et demdander aux
Test IAres repute a cause de sa Americains de decreter, chbique
-Commnunity, Weekly Published Sunday Mting Culture et de sa Politesse? 1s annee, e x, ue Semaine
Editor-Publisher BERNARD DIEDERIJH mergers qui nous frequenteeflt de Politesse; i1s lui sermient trees
Gerant-Reqponable MAULA I le proclament chaque jour dans reconxaissants, car its en ont
MEMBER OF THE IN'ER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSN. [es colonnes de nos journaux. grand besoin.
ESTABLISHED IN 1950 Fort au Prince'le 24 Fev. 1961 Mm e asn #nscm .Nu nrs osne vn
Monsiu Berna~rd Diederich Mefme iles paysans de nos carn Nous autres, nous n'en avens
pagnes'les plus recules, salueni. que faire; nous sommes deja
Directetxr HAITI SUN
EROSION STILL HAITI'S BIGGEST PROBLEM c er avec politesse, les gexns rencon- ineme trop polis.
tres sur leur passage. A 1'excep-
While current news of high winds and an American La Chambre 6e Commerce tion de quelues vagabonds, Avec l'espoir que vpus donne-
aviation strike occupy the columns this week,;3be daHaiti, voulant se montrer curnt ree e re publicity a la present, je
de se apres les tourists, le people xipbiieal rsitj
hind in the mountains of Port au Prince, perhaps mbre cie de ses responsabilites, Haitien en general seest toujours vous prie, Monsieur le Direc-
comme elle dit, vient, par un teerr, de reevoir mes respec-
crippling than all other factors is the constant initiative montre tres polio envers les euses salutatiops.
erosion. The fertile top-soil is being over-cropped, over- dinstau'rer: une semaine de Po- etrangers; de meme qu'envers
grazed and -blown or washed away. N{ot in a liife-time litesse, chaque annee, dans le ses compatriotes. Signe:
nor in2 a generation, but in less than a decade, hillsides pays. Si 1a Chambre de Commerce Fervenit ABONNE.
changerfrom fields of corn to stone rubble and finally
rCourtesy is the -duty of every- hurried and insistent, to extend sides complete self-control, it
Sbody. It is indispensable in the to business house employees the implies self-respect of others
easy tsay that tee-crops e hrrest5 eroso1 business world. It is in the in- same courtesy they expect tb and genuine interest. It implies
but the smallland-owner1 has to live the or 10 or terest of' the public and the receive themselves. perception for the future which
o yearsIwhile te ae mMoreover Chamber of Commerce of Haiti Politeness, since it costs no- is the privilege of civilized man,
family cows and goats are deadly to the young feels oobIigated to launch thing, is the wealth of the poor. since primitives are known to
tr an I appeal for courtesy The further up the- social scale live only from day to day.
y0< -" ,and politness, especially between one mounts, thd more one niust In order to call the attention
However, strong neighborhood organizations to em employees and their colleagues, remember to be courteous eyery of the public to this essential
oy the people In providing contour canals, planting between business officials and hour 'of the day and nigh I It aspect of good business prac-
of properly selected trees or bush crops could reverse employees, and vice versa, and is also the duty of educators, tice, the Chamber of Commerce,
he. rapid detruction of laud ~resources by i sion; above all between employees teachers, professors and of Pa- aware of its role, believes it has
and the clientele of the firms rents to instill in children, nd a duty to instigate Courtesy
The March rains are due and as the flood waters for whom they work. It pointed matter how young, the habit of Week during the last weeh of
p the rmaing rich top-soil down onto t out that employees who are courtesy as a part of good be- February each year, and that
italEs streets, vividly. lustrating the erosion problems, rude, disinterested, unobliging haviour which they must main- of the Haitian community; that
it should at last be a time for decision. and badly informed as to com- tain in school and for the rest the plan will have a salutary
pany policy, are the first ene- of their lives. effect on both economic and so-
AMies of the welfare of the busi- ft is difficult, and sometimes cial relations.
COASTN S D nes o their firis. Courtesy im- Ipossible in individialswhinse Let us try to e polite during
proves public pelat'ons. No one education has been faulty to be- this on full week. All those who,
The Chase National Bank i he test issue of its is, oo jiIhlyf placed or power- gin, but'te Chaber of -Com- during the week of courtesy
e ful,- nor too small or poor to merce urges parents to see that fromFebruary 24th to March
quaterly ~publication onpfi n ~nA ineicah A~ffair e ta ru erur 4t io a
mabed 6e nq r f et df s ee ioad pe b polite Courtesy today in bu- their children begin hrom infan- 2nd, have been witness to a spe-
maried he umbr o mies o su~acd radspersiness may niot bring inimedia- cy to say: "thank you' ."If you cial, gesture :of public courtesy,
1000 population. Haiti, in this sumniation has less tely noticeable results, but even- please" and to develop polite truly remarkable iond humae,
I ad per unit of populaltial -thian 'ay other Latin tally, customers who have been and-affable manners. are requested to report such ins-
AmeridBR Co0ntlar made welcome and treated cour- Courtesy is not only pleasant, tances to the Chamber of Con-
ihie utoler, ihaad b -ni a ltin Chow. teously, as is the due of any it is useful and the, courteous mercer, Cite de 1'Exposition,
,,. visitor, nine times out of ten man has more chance of suc- where special prizes will be of.
the I~a,1t 12k1 1 4d has mor e miles of Whlore-Ime will return to the store where cess than the ill-mannered per- fed to those who havefertn
per square mile of surface area Ulain ny dther aItin they are assured of respect. The 'son. Politeness is not oy a de such genuine courtesies and
American country. Most -of our waters in Haiti are Chamber of Commerce also at)- sure sign of a. knowledge of liv- thereby deserve encouragement
peals to those clients who are ing, but an indication of moral and the term "a courteous per.
o o ineji to be overly nervous, and intellectual superiority. Be-son."
Isit oth o suy to giemore. Aafetont
sea-goi g' ooakta, fihirppin~g. Not only would it bring
AV
the ogtlying provinces closer to 1Port au PrinkIe from.i
a stand-poiDt of fdommerce, but it could bcdhte an
outstanding tourist attraction ',a plea-qure cruise around
the cobast An 'the irW65ttnenit needs wre comparative-
ly small, piorhaps augnienited by af training school.

CARE, SELF-HELP GIFTIA NU
WILL REACW THE PEOPLE

The -Self-Hlelp' gift of a fully equipped brace and ar-
fificial limb making shop to the St Vincent's School
for HaSndicapped Children by CARE, Will reaCh those
who need its services most, the peoplo'of Haiti. For
it is amongst thw people. the vast rural population, SEE -.NEW
where most of the handicapped and, disabled are to
be found, misunderstood'and pitifully, neglected. MODELS AT

It hag been th.le service Is of. this school run by Epis- LUCIANI
copalians over the. past decade that have given thioaw
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stands of these .9nee doomed children 'a nrew lease, on'S E H A
life,. St. Vin.-ont's portals axe open to all and many of
the childrent carried in from distant rural district are
guided there by missionaries, Catholicc as wells Bap-
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"HA.ITI SUN"


Sunday February 26th 1961


Boy Advisers Girl

By Mario Doogood

After a five year interval Ma-
rio Dogood, has consented to fill
in the love-lorn corer left va-
cant in the Sun by Mary Doo-
good's sudden departure from
the local scene.
With a profound understanding
of life and its complications, es-
pecially those faced by youth
in Haiti today, Mr Maria Doo-
good wdil do his utmost to ans-
wer any and all letters (if space
permits) addressed to Ihis col-
umn P. 0. Box 433 Port au
Prince.
Mario Doogood opens his co-
lumn this week with replies to
two of the several letters h? ie-
cei\ed upon breaking the news
of the resumpnon of the column.
"Dear Mario,
I am a 17-year-old girl and


SELF-HELP GIFT FOR CRIPPLES St. Vincent' founded by the
Episcopalian Sister Joan Marga
ret herself a physical therapist
(Continued from page 1) Physical Medicine and Rehabi-has continuously grown and ex
termed their crafllti,rsr 'ip ".'ur- ligation spent six weeks here handed, providing a complete ap
prisingly high quality." this past summer giving instruc- preach to the problem of handi-
The World Rehabillinton Fund tion on brace-making at St. Vin- capped children merged with
through the personal n..erest ol cent's. Other teachers are ex- excellent rehabilitation work.
its Secretary-Treasur'e- Mr Eu- pected to help with the setting
oonn Tavlnr .sucrresled tn CARE up of the new shop. Today more than a hundred


the equipping of th s shop and
helped with the setrehiln of ne-
cessary supplies.
Bishop Alfred Voegchl, lead of
the Episcopal Church in Haiti
and president of the advisor.%
Committee of St. Viiccnl's garve
instructions this .nil; for the
construction of th. nt w shop
that \ill incorporate a nriw ihe-
rapy vorki roomn ad:( r;almina-
tion area.
The Care self-hclpp ackagb'
will not only perm : ;'ie nipro-
vement and increa,:s oi tilt. ex-
isting factilltir s at St 'ilc-nt!'s
but will result in i:,';'i ne the
productivity and t!.e clirctive-


since I was 16 my parents have"ness of the small L' .ble tech-
allowed me to go out with young nical s.aff that up till no',' has
men th--y know semi-chaperon as.umed the respciis.:;.lity fo-
ed. As a result, I have met ma- turning out the na!ir.,s supply.
ny respectable boys, and T en of .ac,.s and ailf-.':l limbs
joy tie company of most males. Besrl:. ,1 impact Lif. Ie health
**M girl friend, who has had and l,:fi,,e of th.e cin.,Il-.s thI:
several bo, s, tells me that I n,, shop i contbpir CJLIa-
should ha;\e a special one, that tional- is givlinlg ,,th 'r haid,-
if I don't get and hold a boy capped the chan to I, ,rn th:
now I nler will. I don't believe trade that ,ne da.,. ny rr.nr
this, and consider that I should them to issIume thi-- Jil ot rI in
lha\e many bo's as friends, not ning other tsuch hop.s 'round
one in particular, though it the country.
would not be hard for me to Spaniard Juan Munros p'erfc-
have a special boy if I wanted ting his technic in brace making
one. at the New York In-tirute of
"Please tell me if I am on the
right track.- 'Wondering'."


MAJESTIC AND MARABOUT
LONG RESIDENCE
SITUA ED ON PETIONVILLE SQ J.AREh
PLEASANT AND COLORFUL
ATMOSPHERE
EUROPEAN OR AMERICAN PLAN
IF REQUIRED
MAJESTIC AND MARABOUT
ALSO OFFER SPECIAL RATES
FOR
MEUBLES MARABOU (CHAS. DEJEAN & CO)
WANT COLOR AND CHARACTER
IN YOUR OFFICE FURNITURE?
WHAT MAKES A WEDNESDAY NIGHT SPENT



Iat4cce. Wyim C ahe CfS w&e


eand twenty, blind, deaf, dumb
- and cripple are being treated
and schooled at St. Vincent's.
More than five hundred out-pa-
tients are listed. Most of these
children are from .poor families
throughout Haiti.
Recently St Vincent began a
new phase of woik, compariti-
vely.new even in the U.S., that
of sending handicapped children,
properly equipped, into regular
schools. Using both national and
private schools St. Vincent is
limiting six to each school. Two
of those children are attending
regular schools in whecl-chalrs
and others using their crutches
and braces.
Many of the children wlh atr
sent in from outling districts,
like a legless lad from Anse a
Foleur, are given free passage
on the Haitian Airforce line -
COHATA gives free transporta-
tion for three handicapped chil-
dren a trip. The clild, may be
accompanied by an adult Sister
Joan explains that a child is ei-
ther arriving or departing daily
and the St Vincents is deeply
grateful to Cohata for th:' civic
contribution to the handicapped.
Deaf boys are now accepted
by the Centre d'Application St.
'Martin where they can choose
their trade and prepare to earn
their own living.
Girls are taught to earn a liv-

science and a number have sta.-
ed on at the school as staff and
teachers: Miarriage claims many
as it did recently a deaf girl
graduate who joined d a young
deaf shoemaker in holy wedlock.


Your friend is tallang through Time takes on a rosy hu-
her hat, though no doubt what Tie taes a ry t
she told ou was said in all good _,- through the sapphire crystal :
faith. You are having Io:s of of your Movado Firmament" watch
fun so %'hy complicate cnery- -
thing by having a special boy-
friend. Once you do that t ycur )
age trouble will be at your shoul- i f .
der in next to no time. Your1 sli
other friends will slope off -wd -% cOI. -
in the end you'll quarrel with 73:
the special boy and then have to fo 01t 1 '1 a' o
go through the whole process ( ar i..

You have the case of your own U W W I

boys; not much, evidence there PV J41 II C .
of ability to hold them, is there?
No, sou continue to do just as C s
you have been. You 4RF. on the 0 0lf S
right 'track. %%1 Y e,
IDrear Marioi .
I am going with a nice boy
four months younger than I am.
The trouble is he is immature. The Movado sapphire crystal Ref 2654,
.gleams with a rare brilliance 'Tle oval look",
Do you think I should stop see- l an l8 ok
Do hou hin I should atop see-y -- Its hardness is surpassed gold figure dial
ing him. or is there ary way I I only by that of the diamond.
could change him? 'Confused You will cherish your
Teenager'." Movado which offers you a
The boy is nice; that's the im- precision thrice triumphant Ref 4,
E... .. ... in three years (at the official milnlure move-
portant thing. You wouldn't have trseesOarse(attheofclal mini gl.d
,,bhim acting years older than he NeuchAtel). gold figure dial
is, would you. There's no ilur- .
pose. You're very young your-
Sself., Your writing tells me that. uii
The boy will grow up in his i ..s isy
own wad w and in his own lime. L
V:oulike him, so why not conti- i
pmt-ie to have lots of fun without
e workingg about', his youth. Say A F JX 6 i CeV
you did meet someone older,
.4 meone more mature. Ie would Ie O
pjrobably want to get mushy, .ON SALE,AT MAISON RIENTAL
tnd you don't want that. AN LITTLE EU OPE "

Mi m.,"


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Brasesrie de la Couronne, S. frigerator type bottles. These'All bottles are sealed with a
A. in downtown Port au Prince, are available either singly or new type non-corrosive cap ond
has recently installed new equip- in cases of six and will be found plastic seal.
ment to increase the efficiency extremely handy for customne:s
of their production of treated that wish to have water packag- All of Brasserie de la Couron,
and purified drinking water. The ed ready for refrigeration. ile- new's water treating equipment is
need for this equipment %as re- se are also convenient for to.r- of the latest type produced by
cognized by the Company to ists to use on junkets into Ihe the Infilco Company. The water
provide customers with sealed country or in their hotel rooms. is softened to a correct degree
bottles and jugs of pure water
and thus giving further protec-
tion to the product. T is now
eliminates the necessity )P cus-
tomers waitingg while their hi,t .
ties are filled at the sales depot. 'Tobacco tastes best
Bottles that have been sieam when the filter's recessed
washed. sterilized, filled and
sealed are now available at all p
of Couronne's Sales depots. In
some areas dClivery service is
available.
Another innovation is the in-
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purified with super chlorination.
All chlorine 'is removed before
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This is the approved system
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Samples of Couronne's Treated
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the Coca-Cola Company iri At-
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York. This same treated and pu-
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ice production of the Company s
ice plant in Port au Prince.
The Company invites tho pub-
lic fo inspect their production
facilities at Any time and to see
how they are constantly striving
to provide their customers in
Haiti with top quality products
at. reasonable prices.


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unIda Febrary 26th 1961 H AIT I SUN PAGE 9,


hlaiti Invited 7 o nfern f or. Blind .
In' GCd 'mal ti
An Iinter-i I nirieau c(-ufererice be devoted to .discussions on obtaining information about le-
on Work Ifor the _1lind will be way's and means of expanding cet developments upngrams
held in Guatemaa i arch and improving .se o
16-22,, under the joint sponsor- education, rehabili'Viitirm. em- constituctivl phdi ni
ship of Am'erican Foundation for ployment and general welfare own country Ies.
Overseas Blind and No ld Coun- of the blind.
e i for the Welf~aro the Blh The, first Pan-Americaic- In d mdee A
AFOB's Field Director, Eric T.
Representatives from, 13 West- ference was held to, 19)4 under
ern Hemisphere countries vill the joint sponsorship ,o' Amneri- oleithspqyf190
atedh.Spain will can ~'Qufdao~ indicated that such i conference
atted te meti~g:Span wll an oun aio for Overseas
would provide a unique service
join in- deliberations to evolve Blind, the Pan-Anieric'an Asso-
to the regiion-wide developflien
.uniform Braill, codes; for thb ciation of Ophtalmol~ogy and terg~nw HO RPC18-ITRAINL6BN AI
~~ ofeg progaia f rv ~ i~or the bliind. As -a rmILCO TRO~PIC IL0 I JNTERNATIONAL 6-BAND RADIO
Spanish language. Twu 6,!Iega- Furndacao para :) Livro do Cego
ati M J o- e B l crsulted- in Listen to the High-Fidelity brilliance oF this Philco master mod-
rel,. Secretary Generr Haitian important. advances benefiting of the sponsors for this meeting. el and you'll thlnk you're in the studio, so keen and clear is every
Society for the Blind, Port au sightless in several Latin Ame- e c nprogramme.
Prince, and, MrJoseph .1acques, rican 'countries. T'he Guatemala the form of a series of work ses- But that's only one of this model's many fine features; others
ead o Deptmt fo th conferene will satisfy requs sions including a broad range include: Complete short wave and standard broadcast reception
Blind, St. Vincent s School lor from government 1 and of to ics such as Education of.on 6 Bands. Fascinating 'long-low' -styling fully ft. in width, -
r Chilren, lrort vI agencies the Blind ad Prally-ighted with rich walnut finished cabinet.
week-long convention ,whi.1 will Western Hiemisphere in Chud, s I D High-Fidelity gound from speaker network of duo-cone fr o~nt
-1~n~ c~ve~tiinyliji lii]West~ 2 > of Professiofi- Litfrature, V- speaker and dynamic side speaker.
caticnal Preparation and Place- Separate bass and treble audio controls.
nient of the Blind in Employ-
ment, Prdduclion and Distribu-
ti-. of Taking Books Services
for DeafBtind Childrem and A-
dits, Uniformit 1 r: & cIieO
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Distributionl of Baille. visits ,to
(neOpaf ogcx FIRESTONE INTERAMERICA Co
C tr, cationa~l Rehibilitatik-n
Center and Workshops for the Radio Pleasure
blind are planned It- order to
provide practical demonstrators NO ENJOY III-VI
zof methods -if aiding blind per-
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Mr. rRobe-t Barnet, executive
Director AFOB, stittel. -'"There baslxt e. LIQUEUR
are approximately half a inillion
11: boid persons in Latin erica NDIS ENSABLE FOR
which has a rural population.
Recent experiences in other coun-
tries in training blind persons C RSTMAS AND
to do agricultural jobs has pro-
ven to be outstandingly succeNs- E YEAR
ful Detaied information rear
d e cultural projects AGETES FESTIVITIES
wil. be invaluable W representa- UNICOS
lives from Latin American The only sweet LI UEUR made in Scotland on
countries. This is just roiniex- the basi ofthe finest pure old SCOTCH WHISKY.
Aam~ple of the need for thN con-tlv
ampl I he eedfur ths c Indispenabe for fesidvities and for every ocesa
ference, nat. to me~ntion many'lkl ~ vry
Other signifcan idai and 'pro- o
grams which will ba discussed." E C UI AGENTS
~ W Th e St urig Com m it e c n L R E Z A G R H M & C O
(o e o e 12)


Jean Sorel, at his announcing job. over Radio Haiti
using braille script.




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~HAITS LARGEST FREE PORT PRICE SHOPS

S1) THE CORNER $1HOP RUE BONNE FOI.

2) no ART &CURIO SHOP FISHERS ACROSS FROM- CU
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S&ot& wlh~n it' SHOPS AND MAHOGANY, FACTORY
JOHNNIEEf
WAKR.1SAVE: UP TO, 60 Per. Cent ON IMPORTS'X
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AND BUY HAITIAN HANDICRAFTS

JO N S A K STRAIGHT. FROM THE -FACTORY7
So sron ON THE-RUE DU Q
'(AM. EXPR. AND IilNERS, GLUB:' AGOatED
DISTRIBTOR PREETZMAN-AGGERHOLM
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.t" HA TI S'U N"


As a public Service, Mr Man-
rice Sixto, press attache at the
Lioeri:un Embassy in Port au
Prince and for many years In
the Tourist Industry and at one-
time transiiator at the U.S. Eiyu-
bassy has submitted the follow.
ing article on Psychiological De-
fense In Atomic Warfare by Co-
lonel Eugene J. Chesrow MRC-
USA.

Dr C'hesron, Medifal SupPrin-
tendentl ol Oak Forest Hospital
in IllinI)i, a launch friend of
Haiti for lihv pait 15 years,
lectured at the Medical School
in Port an Prince in 1919 and
became in honorary teacher of
the Inier-rsily of Haiti. lie was
decoralt-d by President Estime
Knight of the Order. Honcr and
Merit and recently he w.is giv-
en thu higher grade of Otficer
of the .-anie National order by
President Dr Francois i)uvalier.

A NIESSAGE

EVERY CITIZEN

SHOULD READ

Thi' -hi jir IL, SJ-e; really con-
cerns yeOLI civilins and it is
witli :i hI,' Cl. .i sloiulating very
careful. Ihr thiiught and the
consid'raiii-in of a problem that
by Io: cc of nrce.jity must in-
terest c-teri.' American in cur
countln. siiO-, we have no choice


Atomic


but to live with it., e must al-
ways keep it in a proper pors-
pective. Since the advent of the
atomic bomb with its attendant
ionizing radiation in nmass
amounts psychological reacilo.is
have developed in practically
all of the minds of the people.i
of the world including even
those of the military. This reac-
Lion is one of intense fear and
is directed against forces that
cannot be seen, felt or other--
wise sensed. It is of such mjg-
nitude that it could w:ei1 inter.
fere with an important ni.ljtari
mission in time of war.
Particularly outr pr.mary in-
terest today is what _ain we do
to limit casualties in the eventi
of a nuclear %ar. Pandemic pu-
blic education on the effects of
atomic warfare is p-iraniount.
Primarily it is the 'uly of theI
civilian population whi will rta-a
nage and direct iCs o\n .relief
operation in bombed -reas. To-
tal mobilization of all aduit ci-
viliijis creating amon, th em
first aid teams, rescue teams,
community groups, fire fighting
teams and evacuation cminpa-
mnies: stock piling of tremendous
reserve supplies for eventual
use is also very important.
England stands out as a very
fine example of a country who


totally mobilized her civilian
adult population for home de-
fense in the last war. The mom-
ale of her people during the
many months of the German
blitz of her large cities has pro-
ven conclusively to us the need
for civilian defense that mu't be
mobilized in a probable coming
event. In the case of Japan
where there was little or no
total mobilization of her popila-
tion, the results proved so con-
clusively that in our bombing
raids of her large cities, the re-
sults were a thousand-fold more
disastrous to those suffered by
England. Had Japan prepared
her civilian population for total
mobihzation as England had
done, I can assure you that the
casualty rate at Hiroshima and
Nagasaki would have been 50
to 75 per cent less than they
actually were. Almost 50 per
cent of the population of these
two cities were either killed or
wounded.
Psychologically we all knowv
that the threat of panic is the
basic thing that could cause an
armed enemy to abandon oppo-
sition. Lack of immunity to pa-
nic or fright is what basically
caused 'most of our casualties
in world war I, and casualties
to the tune of almost 2,000,0o0


in world War" II.
War is fought with the know-
ledge that men will be killed,
campaigns are planned with the
expectation of losing so many
men. If you call these accepta-
ble hazards then it is obviously
not wise to treat atomic bomb-
ing hazards very much differ-
ently.
Men at war suffer other ha-
zards besides bullets: Mala-
ria, venereal disease, exposure
to cold and wet, starvation and
many others. Some of these con-
ditions are under evaluated by
the soldier, other conditions arc
gross!y oier evaluated. At the
present time radiation is per-
haps the most grossly over eva-
luated of all the hazards invol-
ving warfare. As an example of
this we bear much about steri-
lity as a result ot exposure to
ionizing radiation. It must be
borne in mind that sterility re-
suits only from a large dose
of acute radiation or from smal-
ler doses over a prolonged tIe-
riod of time, sometimes a mat-
ter of years. Sterility may
result from accepted hazards
encountered in War. Venereal
disease is one of the foremost
causes of sterility.
We are aware of hundreds of
paraplegics resulting from splin-


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. FRENCH PLRFUMLS and LIQUORS

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TENNIS


LESSONS?


IOE ETIENNE

JOE ETIENNE
Is the only Professor (coach)
experienced, patient and
meticulous
capable of making, a champion
player of YOU!
Inscription- For Lessons at:
Carlstroem St. No. 1377
Port an Prince Haiti.



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Children 50 Cents

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al fractures, gunshot wounds of
'the cord,, resulting during the
last war and whod'are not only
sterile but impotent. IL might
be noted that a -serious blood
dyscrasia called leukemia may
well tie another medical casual-
ty' resulting from repeated ra-.
diation.
During our-experiwents at Bi-
kini we had several deaths
among our personnel. One death
was caused by drinking wood.
alcohol, several others deaths
from various types of accidents;










ne sailor"' sustained-, a fracture yet many believed -that, the.-bomb -air- burst bomb is. insignificant.
the ,cervi I' spine with, hn If prmrlrbpnwihTesgiia hgt adiA-
ry~~ tote r b iig
eyt te-dr b ivn n 'destroys bby'mysteriolis.radio ac- tion obcurs in a 'matter of see-
allo* h& ll"s l b-tG ip 9 Phi It' does not exceed be-

ng as he lives., However, 5ote i How, ianrr_' se l tta r FOR YOUR WALLSY WOODWORKY FURNITUREI
these tragic deaths,' or acoi- venurn ino a detonatin as occurred
nts received national public-en at all of s, ad Hiroshima o aaski
l or iNagasaki,.it
Had had- o c r
.~gl a'do14u t beinselve0 Ien" uld have been perfectly safe 7
ath dueoto iatibn; t uld tirrd tb t ponp o .u to enter the bombed area and
J been' publiciz~eL. Leve wo uId.: Yet in, -rd it p any onie rescue thousands of injiired ci-
a, it would have'r6ived front 'of" you could go into a bombed vilidns hiad they had the-proper
lge publicity throughout ,the .area a .nd be safe from, radia- coordination team work. Many' '
untry if not the 'world. n ur ten secorids after an thousands of them were burned
The atomic bomb was: iv91Op-. explosion an atomic -bomb. to death by. secondary fires;
aS a blast weapono war a Universajly Averybody is thin If we are to live with' this
ategically so used. The radia- king,' only of radiation. Invaria- piece of ordinance and never
)n effect Was never considered bly the ask, where will weget have to use it again in w the de
le tie prim component of our geiger counter? Geiger fense of our, way of living, we
:effeciven6ss. The, destru- terms 'are not their only problem, must acquire a practical atti-
4n attendant -to th6 bast. heat as a matter of fact. It, is the tude not only towards its effi-
id secondary -fires were .pra least of their problems. Fire ciency or limitations as a bob AMELO
ount.- fighting is -many times more im- buttalso towards the possible pf- bhTERIOR*INTERIOR GLOSS ENAMEL
In Japan there was no sign. portent, organized rescue squads fects and limitations of the mys-
.ant poisonin ut tge gouda ternisthaIhveeu t ros Tradiation associated with
Sfission- products or .induced berated are equally importn it. 1OSEPH NADAL. ,AQENTS
ativitr from neuitron capture, The residual radiation from, a We must recognize that the
casualties scautsed byJ ,the blast
and the burns from this ,wea-
pon will be many times greater
than the deaths caused by ra-
diation, We must ,also dispel any
Shdf We et s -n 'g dulls hair..
/1 ~work of the injured will be Anl- A
diation. It is of utmost inpoH
tance that we recognize that the
radiation hazards are only ad-
E ditional hazards. They only add
to te complexity and perhaps
even to the severity of other ha- a
zards Of total welfare_ Tere-
fore, we must not and can not
$1) ARDconcentrate on this one phase of
atomic warfare to the detriment
of other defensive preparations.
P~natesRather we Must know and un-
derstand the facts about ioniz-
ing radiation if we. are to sur-
vive the other dangers.
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President Duvalier Replies Favorably To Haiti Scouts


President Dr Fiancois Duva Tax Office. The I'resident's re-
lier has favorably replied to :he ply was published Tuesday in
Scouts of Haiti and has givrn Lr Matin.
instructions that the'r re.ruest 'Ihe Associatin of .couts. re-
for an Exposition building as 'ogr:ved as a p.l.ih, utiily and
headquarters be gianted by the made up of a group of some

HAITI INVITED TO CONFERENCE
FOR BLIND IN GUATEMALA


(Continued from page 9)
sis s of repiesceila\li.:s from
AFOB, \~"'U3, as .vell as fr'm
Latin American colnri.ries, who
will meet in addan-e .-I the coi-
ference to prepare working rlo
cuments (or (deh 9r.igram top-
ic. Representatives trom oth.r
intern-:tonal organ;.'itions su:h
as United Nations, ,'HO ar.d
UNICEF, and '.le Inltenatioinil
Society for the Pl.lhablilta'.n of
the Di3nbled will also partici-
pate. Following thll conclusion
of the conf:renc: II!? Comnmttee
wi ll subnut resolutions wluch


will embody proposals for fut-
re action throughout Ite V.r-st-
ern Hemisplir-r?.

AFOB, whih is finarcing this
conference, is also under-writing
half the cost of thP maintenance
and travel of the delegates.
Founded 15 year ago whth He-
len Keller as Ait gui6rdin spirit,
AFOB is the onl'. in':'.matii)nal
organization de\oted to 'Ihl es-
tablilhmrnnt anJ improvement of
educational, rclabililrAive f!a il-
inies for the sigh'i ss in all parts
of the world.


four thousand younh, P.en, in a
letter to President 'iuvalier so-
licited his generous intervention
to help acquire the new building
constructed opposite the Uruon
School on WUe Harry li"uman
Blvd. for their headquarters.
In his reply dated February
17 addressed to Andre Pistoury
arc' Paymord Alphons. :he Pre-
sident expressed himself in the
following lerms: *'It is because
I consider Scout organization as
a school of formation of youth,
that I am always ready to con-
tribute to the realization of their
projects, since a youth well for-
med morally is a rich and pro-
rising seed for the future.
I will then give the necefsahr
instruction to thu Adminislration
of the Contribution (Tax Office)
so that your delimnd be favor-
ably received."
The t'uddinrg, coistructdy o:it
of the personal find of the Pre-
sident was l'o se,'ve is a center
for poor students who we:.- ac-
customred to study uiid'r- the
slicet lights.


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have allowed the Company to blic, who is 9lways1 tld that
d n c e ,,-
conclude..,wit .h ec4a by-,annolm- the,,moon is manpgod ,Arnhe
U d a o o 1 cing the arrival of 'Stieperet sei u understand whV. thiiD:Jirecto
to set up a fully automatic s s- said in Cap, that tic was -1bou
tem at the Plant. to fire three quarters of the
CONCERNING: ELECtR-1C, COMPANY'S NOT onfy then, could the ,good pu staff.

en nimmin th eaw the nwa,.ar
The Union f TLaborers Work- capacity. Now' tli, av 'ilh~ hUnio shCrfill
ers- % ad Employ!es, cf Campa- demand is 1U,00 K.W.' These fig-_ enough to always leave a main-
gnie t d'Eclirage ctrie be- res show eloquently .thatthe tenance crew fo the plant and ISCOVER THE FA CINATI N
jie,.eitJ necessary to call the Plant cannot satisfy' the ( apit-- theAdistribution lines, I C V R T E A C N T O
Publis attention on tht acclusa- all's need, regardless of the 600aF HAITI
tion made against by the Com- K.W..furnished y HASCO every UDOTECE believes that theOF H
pany's Admnistration in a note 6 .months. -The demand is be- Company could add to ts note
Trugh Its Postage Stamups
publhe FeLaIt by 'LesMa- yon the inistalled change. that th eriiplo3e~s ard vrpon- TIhrou h ts ota e S mp
tin"-:'and "Le Nouvelliste", by sible for the 40year old motors,
whicft it is held responsible for 3.--As for tile new generator that the ;empoyces havwe kept
the continued restrictions of elec- mentioned by the Adminiistra- people f tom paying their bills, For complete information in Haiti
Tthci his accusation is false tion, its dilapida1imn, it's 24 hour that lthe employees have nven-
and unfounded. The unionn lazes work during the past nionths, ted "cumberletd". Thi would be
th.opotuiy Stadps and otu6~r details which will~b
thi opotuntLat point out the its poor foundations have all
folicwing facts. contributed to- put it out of ord- P N R M
er, 4 and not the lack of mainte TO T R ,A wished you free of charge, write to
1.-The restriction started sin- nance during the strike. e iu rei
ce 1953 and the consumers' com- The wekly newspaper "Pano-
plaisaince allowed it to continue. 4.-No power plant can work rama', will join the ranks of P.O. Box 723 PORT-AU-PRINCE
It 'is. thus out -of the question without a spare unit, as it more- he daily press this comiing week.
that the few months old Union over mentioned in the contract The founder and director of this
be' eld response bie for such a between the HaitianHGovernment Politico-Social tab oid-size news- Co.
stt faffair. and the Company. However, n~t ~paper, Mr -Pau Blanhe, Wfn CaribbDean Construction Co SA
only the Company does not ov n is:er of Coordinaticri and Docu-
2. --What is ihe Plant's pre- any spare unit, but also.it can- mentation and M: Jean M. Le- Builders Of The Military Cit
sent capacity ? A capacity quite not meet -the demand. franc, director-general of Tatio-
below the demand.) As a latter nal Education nave set tp a
of J.act, the Plant possesses 13, 5.-During thei strike, which new prints and editorial o Gen. Manager: Gerard THEAR*
installed genera ors furnishwng Was legal and. imputabl2 to the fices on the Rue Pavee close to
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"HAITI SUN"


Sunday February Zbth 1961


St. Vincent's School.For Handicapped


CHRISTMAS '60 NEWSLETTER

Dear Friends of St. Vincent's.
Once again the Christmas sea-
son comes to us all with its mes-
sage of Peace, Goodwill and Joy.
It is a time when we tend to
look backward over the past
year and evaluate our 1;ves and
our work. At this time of God's
greatest Gift to maikind we
wish to be sure that we have
welcomed the n[fant Christ into
our hearts and as we prepare
to do so again it is we.I for us
to think of some of the ways
we have shared Him with oth-
ers.

So this is the time lhat I
send you a special thank \ou
for all that you have done for
St. Vincent's cluldren through
your prayers, your interest and
your giving. The picture below


1.-PAUL 4 years. A year
ago was in respirator with Po-
lio and Pneumonia. Today walk-
ing with braces and in kinder-
garten with normal children.

2.-Healing of soul and mind
are even more important than
healing of the body. JEAN-
CLAUDE 11 and deaf came
in four years ago bitter, re-
sentful and unsmiling. He has
now learned to live with his
deafness and is a happy, laugn-


Children


gives you a very good idea camp, as usual, last June as it
of some of the things you have was my furlough year and I
helped to bring about for His was away for four months. How-
little ones. These are just a few ever our very hardworking tea-
of many who have bh.:etiited chers had the opportunity of
from the help they have receiv- spending a month in the cool
ed. In their name I thank you! mountains at Kenscoff.
We have had a very guod year
here at St. Vincent's. rnree sar- One of the teachers of the
geons visited and did the spe- blind spent three months during
cial delicate surgery rcquied the summer studying methods
by children with bone tubercu- of working with the blind under
losis, polio and other disabling the auspices of The New York
diseases. The surgeons have gi- Guild For The Jewish Blind.
ven their time and The Albert The School secretary also took
Schweitzer Hospital in Haiti has courses in administration dur-
provided the necessary place for ing the summer months under
the surgery and care of the chil- the auspices of The World he-
dren. habilitation Fund. We feel that
We were not able to go to the experiences of these two





























ing boy, a good student and Now able to see gross objects
good foot-bal player, also an and is doing well in Braille class.


excellent swimmer!
_. ** I/ -
3.-BERNIE 9 years. Com-
pletely paralyzed for Tuberculosis
of the spine. Two years bed rest,
drug therapy and surgery have
meant that today Bernie is in
school, and walking and running
as fast as the other boys.
4.-VIERGELLA S years
never saw until the cateract v.as
removed from her eye last year.


5.-MARIE-FLAURE .- six
years was losing her sight and
was very ill from starvation.
Good food, medication and ex-
tra milk means that today she
is able to leave the class for the
blind and go into one with .:gh-
tee children. Next year she will
go to a school with normal chil-
dren, where her sister and bro-
ther now attend.


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young women will, raise the stan-
dards of our work here in Haiti.
In addition these two young wo-
men and I attended The Eight
World Congress of The Interna-
tional Society For The Welfare
of Cripples, a never-to-be-for-
gotten experience for us alt. I
am sure that the inspiration de-
rived from this Congress will
do much toward helping us to
better approximate the meals of
ReJfabilitation!

The children spent the sum-
mer holidays with their own fa-
milies or with friends so each
had a taste of real aome-li[e.
They all came back in October
ready for the routine of the
school year.

We have 120 pupids in the
school this year. There are ma-
ny more blind than we have
ever had before. Of the 27
blind it is a chilling thought to
realize that 8 are blind from
malnutrition!
Our program of sending child-
ren who are handicapped to
Schools for normal children was
such a success last year that
this fall 25 more -tound their
places in regular ,.lass rooms
and came in, when necessary
for out-patient treatment. A iew
years ago a child wearing bra-
ces would- not be found in a
class room of normal children.
Today there are children in ma-
ny schools despite -braces and
crutches. There are ahbo several
in wheel-chairs.

Although some have heard of
a few of the gifts we received
this past summer [ should like
to mention them again for those
who have not heard. A kind tour-
ist sent us 50 large plastic school
bags. To our children who have
usually used a paper bag for
their books you know what these
meant- to them! A-jeweller who
makes over second hand wat-
ches' into Braille watches sent
three for children with the high-


r


est marks, and also a wall clock
so that all the chi-lren .could
learn to tell time. Members of
Florida Braille Comrmttee Inc.;
Dade Chapter, Miami Florida
transcribed some of the class
books into Brailld and contribut-
ors made it possible for them
to be printed at The American
Printing Press. This means that
the children do not have to take
time to copy from dictation all
their lessons. Many friends in
Miami Contributed t' a fund so
that the kindergarten children
could have some rocking horses
known as "Fun in tht Sun Sad-
dle Horses". And the children
surely do have fun in the sun.
These are especially valuable
as motivation for the blind chil-
dren of kindergarten age The
American Foundation for Over-
seas Blind gave us some valua-
ble class room equipment. And
the Maico Company cabbrated
our instruments for auditory
training and gave us many new
head sets. And another wonder-
ful gift was a ship's hell which
calls the children to school. Ma-
ny deaf had nervr heard the
bell ring, most of them do now,
and no one can say they were
"Playing and did nut hear the
bell".

It is each piece of mosaic
being in the rignt place that
makes the picture beautiful and
complete, so it is th.; sum total
of all the prayers, loving
thoughts and gifts that remake
complete the spiritual, physical
and educational development of
the individual child vwho is in
our care here dt St. Vtncent s.
May it bring joy to .ou to know
what you have done to help mold
a character.

May you have a Blessed
Christmas filled with all-the
joys of the Season, and a very
Happy New Year!

Faithfully yours,
Sister Joan Margaret, S.S.M.


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"HAITI SUN"


Pension For



Commerce Employees


The qualified Depuitme:'t ha\ monthly salary and ile hiigh-
rg advised thl- Chaimner' of est salary previously earn-
Commerce, we believe it useful ed.
:o publish the 'principal articless FUNCTIONING OF TIHE PEN-
)f this important project: SION SYSTEM
Art. 192.-The State acknow-
Art. 202.-Part.cipaLion of in- ledges and guarantL'cs the right
lviduals, referred to in tl.c p'e- of pension to any one referred
-nt title,- to forni the National -to in the present law in accord-
'und for Pension will be made ance with the following condi-
is follows: tions:
lo) A monthly withholding on lo;To be aged 55 .ears and
employees' salaiits in ac- to have ful-nished -t least
cordance w\ita the following 25 .\ears of service.
scale: 2ol To be iged 50 ,\ears and
C per cent on cimployecs under to have furnished at least
years of age 30 years of service.
8 percent on employees under 30o To be totally disable,
10 years provided the disability is not
10 per cent ran enployc-s un- due to work accident and is
)'.r 45 years duly verified by the Medical
12 per cent on .mpl-jyees over Service of the National Fund
h years. for Pesnions, and provided
2o; A withholdling of the 'ist the employee has furnished
tw-hlveth of the annual sala- 10 years of service.
ryv of any on- hired for the 4lo To have subscribed the
first time. Tnhu amount will amounts provided for by the
be withheld in 2 equal ins- present law.
talents. 5oi To be jaed 30 :.ears at
3o0 A withholding of the first the most at the tiune of the
twel\eth of the annual in- list withholding.
F crease in salary when the TRANSITORY AR4NGEMNENTS
employee r'-ce;ve, a raise Art. 233.-Fxceptia.ially, the
\whether or not lie las chan- present pension sysiemi \%ill be
ged work. as well applied to an,' iane aged
This withholding will be over 30 years at the time the
the difference belwren the present law is promulgated.


employee's b.c.ly obtainedHowever, at


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for 15 years Mf seri.e.
plus 1 per reni of this a"'-ra-
ge for each additional year of
service up to 25 yvais exclusi-
vely.
Art. 234.-Ind 'idn;iis, re-f.rred
to in the prevallos article. who
would not have furnished 15
years of service upon reaching
retirement and requestiH,. their
pension, will be reimb-trse. the
amounts they have sulscil,,.d.
Nevertheless, any one who would
not have furnished 25 years of
service when rearl'ign te rili-
rement age will still recciv.? l'is
pension according to the scale
mentioned in article 233 above,
provided the balance ursul-scri-
bed is fully paid.
Art. 234, bis.-At di:e promul-
gation of the pr.osent l-w every
one. subject to the compulsory
will subscribe to the National
Fund for Pensionc, at the time
of their registration, an amount
equal to one-twelveth of their
annual salary.
This amount may be paid "in
12 equal instalments as provided
for in article 207 of the present
title.
GENERAL ARP.-NCLMENTS
Art. 226.-Paymeni o1 pension
will be discontinued fur anyone
accepting a new job in a com-
mercial, agricultural, industrial
or similar institution, as weU as
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"HAITI SUN"


Sunday February 26th 19(1i


Dag Hammarksiold Replies To President
Duvalier Over Lumumba's Murder

The Secretary General Af the Lumumba has moved within


United Nations, Mr Dag Ham.
marksjold replied to Pres.dcnt
Dr Francols Duvalier's accent
declaration over the assassina-
tion of Patrice LLtmumhi ii a
telegram received this we k.
The text of the teleg'ani is as
follows:
His Excellency Dr. Francois
Duvalier President of the Reilu-
blic of Haiti.

I ha'e the honor to acknowled-
go .our cable dated Februar.t
16th. 1961 of which h I have dis.
tribuled thle text to member
Stales as a document of the Se-
curity Council. The deep Ipeiing
which the assassination of Mr


Your Excellency are entirely
mine as well as ypur opinions
stating that in the Inst analysis
that the solution of the Congo
problem must be conceived I'y
the Congolese people with what-
ever help the national commun-
ity can bring them. That help
evidently must clear Cuiogo
from conflict of the Cold .Wlla
and forbid an outbreak o L'ivil
War.

Receihc Mr Presideint the ex-
presion of my highest c.,uscde-
rations
D:ag Hanmmarskjold,
Secretary General of the
United Nations.


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During the first part of the 1961
academic year the Organization
of American States has granted
four scholarships for specialized
studies abroad.

The four scholarship recipients
are: Joseph St-Bond Blemar to
study statistics and mathematics
at the University of Tacuman
in Argentine, Xavier Fontaine
Labor Medicine at the Universi-
ty of Michigan (Ann Arbnr),
Maurice Phanord Agncaltural
Extension at the Inter American
Institute of Agricultural Scien-
,ces in Turrialba (Costa Rica)
and Blaise Duperval sugar tech-
,.ology at Tucuman Argentine.

The other persons awarded
scholarship during the cycle of
September 1960 departed or pre-
paring to leave are: Francois
C Felix and Mlle Emma Pe-
tou, who are studying the Spa-
lish Language at the Institute
of Caro Y Cuerva in Bogota,
Colombia: Ludovic Manigat per-
fecting basic education at the
regional educational center -f
Latin America (Crepall at Patz
cuaro IlMexcoi; Raoul Berrom-et
and Pierre Biain to study app-
lied Social Science at the Uni-
versity of Mexico.

More than fifty Haitians tech-
nicians have benefited from
scholarships for specialized train-
ing abroad since OAS opened
its program in 1958 for which
Le Matin this week praised the
%work of that organization's re-
presentative in Haiti, Minister
Paul Blanchet.


er of Men For Missions.
Tour Members:
Mr Ronald Bucey (Student &
Accordionist-r 541 North Barbara
Avenue Azusa California
Mr Bill L. Cooper IBooing En-
gineer) 531 Ellis Wichita
Kansas
Rev. Charles Crismier (Pas-
tor) 1627 Jeanette Wichita
Kansas
Mr Percy S. Gibson (Prinier)
15 Bell Haven Crescent Scir-
boro, Ontario Canada
Mr Harold E. Harrison (Buil-
der) 315 Runyon Avenue Deal
New Jersey
Mr Philip E. Handel (Attor-
ney) P.O. Box D, Station D -
Cincinnati 6, Ohio
Rev. Ben King (Pastor) Dela-
ware Ohio


ule daily program of French, Mr James Megill (Overhead
Creole, Chinese, Russian and iDoors Business) Neptune Dror


Spanish on "back to the Bible,"
"Slowcrs of Blessing," "Chris-
tianity on the March" and "Gra-
ce and Truth" from 5:43am to
Upm yesterday.

Dr Dwight Ferguson gave the
message and said the dedication
closing prayer. Dr George \Ves
cott who is carrying out a Chris-
tian Anti-Communist Crusade in
Haiti flew up from the Radio
lumiere in Cayes to attend the
ceremony.

Members of the "Men Far Mis-
sions" who flew down from the
U.S. February 18 to participate
in the opening of the Radio sla-
tion's new powerful setup are:
Tour Directors: Harry Burr,
Executive Secretary of Men For
Missions, International.
Dr. Dwight Ferguson, Found-


Company Highway 33 Neptu-
ne, New Jersey
Rev. Edwin Messerschmidt.
(Bible Teacher) Daleville India-
na

Mr Robert Nason ISalesmanj
920 Woodcrest Drive Spring
Lake Heights New Jersey
Miss Zelda Pierson IRN,Nur-
se and Student) 800 West P.udi
sill Blvd. Fort Wayne 6, In-
diana
Mr B. R. Robinson (Salesman)
724 Stephen Terrace eptu-
ne, New Jersey
Mr Howard H. Rowe (Mana-
gement Consultant) 31 De Gaulli
Blvd. Ottawa, Ontario Canada
Mr W. L. Smith (Calendar and
Greeting Card Printer) Box 11
Pickering, Ontario Canada *

(Continued on page 17)


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Radio VE'EH, the Evangelistic
Voice of the West Indies, owned
and operated by the Oriental
Missionary Society of kos Ange-
les, California inaugurated their
new building set in a new lca-
lion with new transmitters a
short distance from Cap Haitien
and the site where the Sanla
Maria was wrecked in Dec.'mh-
er 1192.
More than two hundred pers-
onalities, seventeen special Invi-
ted guests trom United States as
well as many missionaries from
other parts of Haiti attended.
The Cap Haitien Military
Band under the direction of Na-
poleon Etienne provided the in-
augural music.

The station began its schpd-







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thletic com mxilittee and Js ife : .


ey fi6m the frpze -North -The ar. hasbecome a naj batlefield in the cold war; it is
Joe ad dc if -itte-shp ad re- bingsujected to gret o., il and even revolutionary pressures,
ated ., textile' tycbon Chales and ithal it ha.s a.: vital importeic.'.to the .Unitd" States. Without
in41e -:ba ute pp.g 9 3 s. ar M mateials. the. trade and ; inve.stmns 'lo- and -with Latin
.. ... .;i.. : +' ..... + J` thes e dahs.


.ayd. wr stlingp fazens .Nrthey. re Am erica we hasbcomi not keep or a reaJ ba neni world conof posi-


.il- hoping 'that the spofs will tion. -
ne day: -lossom :here. in the circumstances it is especially useful for.our Congressmen
It wa aiMr Becker wh' Q .' ped to .visit Latin. America Last -week a- group of Senators and RL-.
_t oeVP the- Agramon-q-.-gselIo representative vwerein Me"xic for an -interparliaintnlary o.iferen-
>abola fight several: p-ars ago eren-
tthe- Stadiu ce. This week the results of a fruitfilYtrip-to six.couities.by two
-- Representatives- have been' published for the use of the f house
During-the -first--days e-f their Comnittee on Foreign Affairs The trip and the report were made
isii they called on -.promoter. by -Arinstead Seldefi Jr. of Alabama, chairman of the subdimm-
erre Gabriel and' endorsed ttee on -Iter-Amerian i-Affairs,- and Dante Fiscell. of Florida..
pls plan.for a .orts arena with .e .eA "-.- r a sd .
p oos n Tere'-is a iin f--Liforiation- in -the studiLgs on -Venezuela,
rnm,. ol.mp J 'pool, boxing-,. 'nd .
estling rings and. room for Brazil- Argentina, Chile, Bolivia and 'Panama. .The general obser .
their night;; spo's .-at the, .Sauh nationss -at .the beginning and the recmmrendations at the' end are
,id aY Blvd .-Harry S. Truman. especially important. : ... -
Haiti has a wealth of raw. ma-. -
ariafor fthe' rig, Mr i cker- The wo Csngregsmefi-start-with-an observation thit--i. beyond
-lievebs nd points out at he dot the. ritst' ii'ortant' to be made, and it cannot-be -i.led
.S. would -be willing :to ~Tc(cpt tdo-often. This is that thi "old social structure is-being challeng-.
)ungHaiaian fighters ip fn ed "--'and iLatin .Americans. "want an end to grinding- bverty."
us amateur -goldeni. golv.'s tour- he visitors foundd "a general opinion that -the United States has
e-. not appreciated the gravity of the-situation in. Latin America,"
S.-. -' but' alsa'that "elation-inh. Latin America over the-election of Pre-
A "'- "N.S r,-- ~ient Ken.dy p areenqts-at-once a azdand an opportunity."
( OntipedA froni page .16 The recommendations made, at the end .are, sensible, ind in
'M R W Toes'.-nsnrance their -res&aint -thdy are -from our- point of view realistic. The
Mur Ed Ri s: Toles :r(-surance :
geht).-633 Tha Wichita Kan- great question is 'whether we"can w ruthis battle .in the cold war
s .a without a truly -bold, costly ind imaginative program, and also
: .., whether the -governing" groups in Latin' America will meet us
Woodhouse; John .(Evangelist hlfway..
and -:Muicianx St. Petersburg, "

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AIR UNION ROW HURTS EVERYONE Here e ts Behind
E Here Are'Factsehind.

I her tarc 3,5(t0 I.nibers of the FlighIt iagrnucrs tlw E tW^
International Msociation. Because some of them struck A airline Stg
against five ma11jor aLirlines some in del.i ne ( of a
court order aid all in defiance of their union leaders What is behind the current of ALPA are "completely.untrue action "can only result in tho
these things li',l:cned: controversy which had vitually and irresponsible," he said. Say- inciivenience of the public ..j'd "
Over 65,000 yellow employes were thrown out of 'shut down six of the major LT.S. en called the strike "inexcusa- great harm to the airline and
Airlines and resulted in :he "fur- ble, illegal and contrary to pu- the jolbs o[ all." (Eastern fur--
Iwork. JInouhihnacr nf 750nn f e.rlnovt .. ,, Ie...s.l A0 mn ..ui Mnn.


Thousands of airline passengers were stranded and
delivery of mail and vital cargo was delayed.
Airlines facet! Losses running into the millions.
And the Miami area, already in a re,.',sioi=, was
cruelly hurt in its economy.
We submit tlis i6. a grievous price to auy for a dis-
pute over which union shall represent the engineers.
The basic issue is whether the flight engineers shall
in future be repre,,'nted by the Air Line Pilots Asso-
ciation rather- lMan their separate union. ALPA peti-


luug ung UL pYIVVV yT1LjJ1I~tfb
Here, in brief, are the facts
behind the wildcat strikes and
the feelings of the principals:
I.-National Mediation Board
Its early-February decision
sparked the strikes. The NMB,
acting, on a 1959 petition Irom
the Air Line Pilots Association.
ruled that United Air Lilies' pi-
lots and ,light engineers belong
in a single bargaining unit or


DlC interestt. iougi- u Jvuu eoyav -I. em.p
IV.-The Air Carriers day.)
The walkouts .were staged He ,aid the walkout ''puts
against Eastern, National, Pan pressure on a management
American, Trans-World, Ameri- whichh cainnt control or- influ-
can and Western because in ence" either !he unions involved
each case the FE14 has .con- in the dispute or the NM8,-andR;.
tract negotiations pending. Nor- "will neither benefit the public
theast, Delta, Capital. United nor Eastern and wilh in addL~
and Contiuental escaped. lion o .lv antagonize- the *-durt
Eastern President Malculni and those' to whom you 'imust '
MacIntyre said the engineers' look for .1 solution."


tioned to become the engineers' bargaining agent. 'nt union.
National Mediation Board agreed, subject to an elec- The agency held that "cros *****
tion in the tv.o nifons. training" of pilots as engineers
FEIA, outnumbered three to one by ALPA, is a.lbm- and engineers .as pilots has re- /
S at te p t moied the distinction netivcen :
ed at the prospect of being swallowed up. them upon which "a class r NOW ..You can take
"For over 100 years," says an FEIA statimeneut, "one craft determination would be N
of the ba-sic rights of working men in thi-, country has possible." -
been the right to organize and bargain collectively, The next step will be for the advantage of
Lhrcugh a union of their free choice. Are iligt -ngiin-n Unites 1.566 an elect a nd
.s to be denied this right because of the atuIre of 624 flight engneeis to see \~hose c
their jobs? Do we not have a right to a fair .ind open union shall represent the flight
election?" deck crew. 4jl "
While the FEIA's dilemma attracts sympathy, the I.-FlUght Engineers ,
The engineers, meminers ofe "
costly wildcat strike alienates it. There is something the ligh Engineer, nrd- s
fundamentallyy wrong when the crew in an airliner's ional Association, failed to ap- W ppi
~ckpit is composed of men who have different union pear for work beginning Feb. t FREE P R
loyalties and are often in conflict, as previous strikes 17 to spothght what thei called 3 at. a r P RT pr' s' e
ae demonstrated, the impossibili of winning. such i
The public is entitled to something better than these an election and the u n while you're in Haiti
threat to their group bargam,-a
sudden strikes which paralyze air travel. ing rights. .
The FEIA members should return to work at once The*FEIA fears ALPA muns For example, if ydu live in New York, you can.
and allow the President's fact-finding board to seek on other airlines will file sim- buy JOHNNIE WALKER RED LABEL .
a fair solution to what is admittedly a knotty problem. ilar petitions and set the slige "
Unless tis is done, damage will mount and this :*om- for almost complete absorption5 for $2,90
munity, in the height of its winter tourist season, would or the FEIA into the piloi's un- delivered at our brokers New York warehouse
Le hurt beyond repair. (MIAMIH HERALD) In each case. they say, h .
engineers would be put at the for $3.40 -
bottom of the seniority list ahd delivered in your home
be the first laid off as airlines .
turned-to increased use of jets, If yo live in NeW Jersey, Illinois, Connecticut, '
.. '. r.educingd the number f rcrat.assachusetts Idaho North Dakota Wst
":~. '2- o' cre".s. ha Virginia, or the District of Columbia,
.. "' '" III .-- Airline Pilots
S rThe pilots hit hard ro r 3.40 delivered in your homa i
." d,, .. "' ALPA president Clarence Sayen, -
at FEIA charges. "Statemenots .
of the flight engineers'that jobs,
seniority and pay were ieopa6id. a NO LUGGING ", ; :
ized- by the goveinnment decision
are patiently untrue," Sayen.
Said. FEIA claims that the NM-' NO OVERWEIGHT "'
B decision would reqmire fli Jht /
engineers to become mn..crs ..:.
NO CUSTOMS PROBLEMS
28 Teachers To Congo ""
(Continued from pqge 1) : NO BOTHER

!I you're looking for office furniture that really expresses your Mr Marceau Louis and Jac- While you're in Haiti, come to'La Belle Creole and
individuality, then take a few omueuts to call or visit. your ques Desinor two former direc-* inquire about thisconv-nient service.
tor General of Nationat Educa- When you get back home, you may request
MdRuABOu dealer. rion are amongst the r.-,Ip :hat normatin from- 44
Beautiandy designed desks in striking blonde, distinctive dark has signed a six-month k-aclling '
walnut, woodgrain or traditional plain gray; also available modern, contract with the Congilese go- Representatives of-La Belle Creole
dramatic tire-tone arrangements. government. 366 Broadway, 1
REGULAR SIZES 30 x 60 tops New York 13, N.Y.
REASONABLE PRICES AUTO FOR SALE L a Belle Creole's WORLD-WIDE SHOPlIK I
No. 5004 $ 89.95 A 1957 .Ford Sedan in eilll-
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N1 Ai 1,' I'. S UN..'

.. .- "-- IN HAITI THIS WEEK.--
R'' T IF ... .. .:

S' ; i" DIRECTOR OF -Professor Philippe North, newly appointed Director of the
.C- M' "PANY French Institute here arrived. Suriday. His last post was in-Buenos .
.. -'. -Aires where. he las been for about 8 yeais. Mr North was a pro-
;**' ^ .President DF -Francois Du\a- fessor of Philosophy,.Sobiology and Anthropology here from 3947..
Sier,. in a ceremaotiy at the.Natio- to 1951 He will be joined here next summer by his family .now
President Dr.. coipala e de' es P o o and Anhoplg r-o.
I 'U Palace uesdaymor .deri-, in Paris. Professor North is a guest at. the Villa Creole;
c-.orated bhn ;0.:, Shetdon Mana-
Si ger of; thie Texca CPaiblad --Phil S. Dickinson, an.investment counselor for tne William
I-' e a .' .I-'inc in Ifaiti wifih .he: nationJ -Blair.Company of'Chicago and hiswife Mildred (Mill.e. are stay-
Ml -" it Botdrgeoi- of Cayes graduated laureate of his pr i ord e. of .Honor and Merit with ing- two *weeks at the Ibo Lele. Mrs Dickinson is a-well known
at the Hamburg .acult- of Medicine after six years of bad te.rak of Offcer. balerina, she has a. dance gioup in Chicago. "I have danced
awork,,-ga.yodea. Beauieu" is,pripaiing, I edtit a.: mga.zint aeJ lra -
wTorak,,-aymond eauIe is.prepae N ing ae vist itagine Wthctei .;. all my life, said Millie. She is learning the Haitian dances with
"Ta '.n Mr and Mrs Eile 0.aj are -is Joseph- -Bug i- Lavinia Williams. The Dickinsons made their.outing; mn company
daughter, .and'- octor son' in New Y ork... Forner-Cuan district ,.. t- ..Le-.eque, with Mrs. Ginette Payne a French lady from New York, fervent
toan -,os-e aao?- 3, E"d-e'- C.. eq""
Attoriiey fTolio Silva who flew his homeltr oh G Cqmcil admirer of the Country visiting here for weeks.
v.atie6sed frfn a week at fhe iiue: di e.nt~er t ur.norIte iNaia Rlesou PP nd Fcono- .Mrs Jean Schaffer, as described by Selma Friedman, a gay
esa ed hs.tid ethity. W h `' a U-S. Visa ia igt port, om and pretty blonde- ady from White Plains warmed up the atmos-
Dr va pPrepared to depart by the- fiit phere at the Gingerbread Palace in company with- Mr and Mrs
W eekl. Oldtdm& Cuban exile lhere MAke R r'd- -L"n"n.. ..
wee.l.dtim- Cuban edle here Mike R Ia t- : si t iager T Hoivard Schneid of Westport, Cnneticut, Mrs Chaffer is staying
ing ame" -had a PAA ticket to Wam.ai~S w L y l oi ten days-at the Oloffson. The Schneids and Jean spent two days
pIing to change asyl um ut no plan bisiess-mrrimager .3- at the Cacique Island Ibo-Beach this week.
posn"h-g othnge asyi m o t. out ieo
Iis,.n to the Chie of Staff. o the Arm --A special Flight of Air France, a DC4 will arrive here Monday
c.euivers of the U.S. Arnmy hi Puerto. R : ano .f po. -toast- to.help thirty-Haitiafi professors reach the new post assigned to
.a.;.. .. ..r"ea..fikst Secretary of -hel er an. in e e lidp clin ed ibe hem by UNESCO in Congo; The Haitian Professors will go first
ias'elibn'proaoteda to the rank'-of Amb ak.- as his s Tt an to Pointe -a Pitre, Guadeloupe before taking the Jet Boeing to
et* post... The Bogr Lafontants have amed eir da terborn e i ti-riend-Paris and Africa.
PFe. 15tlT-Begi: e... The toast of -the Mardi Gras 1-yearld Borita ship -.exifi-ig -between' :he, to -
iotet ugar Queen of Ecuador let o hn the"astfPAA clipper oif re 9 v. coiintries: and their --The charity ball held Thursday night at Cabane ,hocoune
aMonday terminating 15 days as guest o .Cityp Hall... P. W. fuds imei .t-m --hP to raise fund for the Handicapped children was a great success.
vill shortly enable the completion of pint .Prid~ under = c nstri e h ame and that of A big'erowd of 400 people payed the two dollar and a ualf entrance
tioni..f6o the past-year... Pastor. Ruben, M.c ina ura r new, -co an for 'a-- honor test- lee: The Special Committee with Mrs Elizabeth Rifetin as Chair-
BaiptisteCDeft liUni on Rue de l ReVolo-.iSu. i .y- o. h man and including Mrs Nancy Heini, Gertie Heraux, Jeanine Berh-
old Di i Turbull prelfer toreturfne ..to'rt t6 i t :- mann, Simone Lafonthat, Odette Rey, Maggy Celestin, Gloria
spend: ths. gUhitedStates... The happiest Bauxite W' Wiener, Miss' Bryan, Gisele Genecee, Mrs St. Louis leany, etc
warmer in -the world is Edwin Jack. yan foreign manager of Rty- I. n Haiti This Week has dope-wonderful job. .
n'olds Mines ip at Pallant. His daughter Maikgait presented him -Mr Philippe Brown, in educational supply business in New
tha a ughte is s ee tlana G gi.... Mrs --Anew club entitled Cico' Es- Jersey js .visiting here this week with wife Patricia. Ph furnishes
1 s Poltev (Tro 'gas .xec) had-a baby boy this week... Gre-. pan feminino as teen iun- educational supplies to the Board of Educaton of,nAtlrrca. He-is
d'."t(T oiaxeehaababy ythis k. week. wir Ms- Robertft 6w-
goo., the. new-son .. Mrand Mrs LIAsly Bogat- who arrived at Borno, a Secretary at the Span- fm Westield, N6w Jersey. Mr and Mrs Brown-nct lere with
Cahape Vert. a fortnight-ago is in fine fettle. Ma is the 'former ish Embassy as Presileot: Judge Nathan Rowley of San Francisco and wife Carlisle. They
Marle p. Lorenko Union'School teachef... Iga .El Saieh celebrated This club held P's first mee'ng Pre guests at the Ibo Lele.
his birthday along with Gteorge Washington Wednesday... The A. Friday afternoon in I g Shells .
.,Auditorium on the Rue Pa:'-e-e
i.B.C. colony turned out for a'-pAto hibnoring the newly arrived : purpi on te is cluba .. '
irtv hbnoring th neThel purpose of tiis club is to aaaaaaa aaa
:oht.Four hief tr.Finnie at the PetiUonille Club Tuesday evening. help its menmbrs to improve
SAlain-lSce of the Frnch EmKnissy departed on the 24th with his their knowledge in the (. r-an- .
\ife..and five children: Marie-Christine, Marie-Noelle, Mario-Domi- les tongue. -- Don' -iss -
uique, ..arf6--Anmick and Jean-Paid.' he.. Sies went.to join Am- --Saturday afterrn, ,.:i .arrived -
nadian Film Pr A Vter PresiThe Citadel
ain r. i Wellington, N.wealad.. Mr and Mrs deran t* ofter IL S r l
Bank.nen christeed there new daughter Saturday. Ma is -the f6r- det of the'FILM ASSOCL TES
er Helga: Verwaay.. Passo.er pltes are on sale at- the La Belle Limited, 1225 M ntain, Mont- Consult
Cie for '87.. D gla idow from New Port, Rhode Isipd real, Quebec and- Es beautiful
listing: hrp'on Hugh--UV .onsl -id his family .in Petionvile... Wife Gisele. The BruneaLs, were THE- GRAY LINE TOURS O
.'i ...i. e recommended here by some Ca-
SFebruap wl caused som cruiseship. -ouiis6 to renlnii nadian Film Producers who Operated By
ibt ard kthe vessel at anchor in the bak this past week... Ernest were in Haiti a few stars igo.
"Forestal, photographitr of the Social Welfare service wed luv-ely .They are staying abo.t ten days M AGI ISLA NDS T R
i4ane Pinard f the Sacre- Coeur Jan... 31. They- ar making .hei at the .Castelhatti .- -
hoie ii Petionville ..' -Deberah Kay Newman d id ..
wer- r. ee., do--.. th nt. ol" 'on. t e Phylis Goodman iwo lovly vi- Re du Centre
Soetea Bit rei-and f6rmr 'Minister of Education Franck De sitors from New York are cur- 'PORT AJ PRN E
-iWinx were- released from the:.Sanstone'-:college on the- tHue du rent guests at. the. Montana .Ho- -"
SC,(htre this w ek... Senator Victor Nevers Constawt, Minister o6 tel Sp iliai T
STourism who is -renow for hik endless energy -returned to the -pe -li ing In -Ci el Trips
-B. aiul --"Ravissante" Debtie Deblois,
Sootba field tilspait .eek _nly to sustain paiful msle injury a Secretaryfor the-Peugeot Com- BY BUS, BY CAR O B
Jin, his. lft l9eg,,: .EL Mdinager aahd tMrs Alfred Spillett pajve a pany in Montreal arrived I.era
S"au revoifr pirty last night at their -Turgeai home -oir Mr and. Saturday as guest of Micky 1.- S- ec

Sfrk Lawrence : barker of the British -embassy wht have -Jeen ger Roy. Dienise is staying a 4 ecal arrangements can be madeto fly in one
I trasferreidtoTangier week in Haiti.. direction and drive the other way.
;. -By the PAA -flight fr.-ni Iew -
irelsdenttli. Serdtary- Luxknir Cambroie left on a special mis-- ork arrived Saturday "sduATES ARE MODERATE
sni.to l: U.S F. :Feb. .... Attndalc4' t the-party given by Mr sante blonde" Rdser l'ie Loy a
r _-. '.y s:sue- ait b --e Germah -resident in Nw York. Also Available
J Floyd his. success -at-the Lialtlan Americtn Instit iss Loy. orks the Big City
wvre~ wondert.ing where, ed: y .ei evening. It appears that for. Swiss Air. She hriught lots I r. Line urse C '
Dk :eohn W ..ianothir. strike.,victim was WM -Franos sFeriud a spe~ delegate o aris $'athene Dun- $ 9.00 per. y plus. l0cts per mile
:eseh de f rho u ni W ims is $45.00k pe e p 1
tIhaA-Im,"iU:- vinia ms. Wie-is 4
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riAGE 20


One sunny December after-i
noon ten years ago a dozen lov-
ely manequins stepped nervous
ly down a stone garden staircase
in the cool heights of Boutillier I
and highlighted the inauguration
of Le Perchoir restaurant and
ushered in the fashion-show as
a Haitian To-irist attraction.

A decade and sme thousand
fashion-shows late;'. H aitian
beauties are confidently twirling
their trim figures, clad in the
finest modes of the half a dozen
leading Maisons de Haute Cou-
ture, across the ballrooms of
hotels and night-clubs.
With the iasnion-shov esltai;i-
shing the fame and high ciafts-
manship of the dressmakers of
this co'.ntr, and at the same
time displaying the grace and
qualihrs of Haitian woman-hoor'.
a new impelts hats been given
the riessniJking and tourist tra-
des.

This is h-ow At Noustas pti -
dicted the impact the fashinn-
show wn'ild have on tourism.
To illustrate his point, the pr>-
prietor of the La Belle Creole
stores opened his chic Le Per-
choir restaurant, hanging on the
Capital, with a gala fashion-
show ten years ago.


The event was recorded by
Haiti Sun at that time as an-
other pioneer milestone that de-
served high praise and full en-
couragement.
The subsequent evolution of
the fashion-show and dress-mak-
ing trade has been tremendous.
Because of the progress made


in this field it has been sugges-


ted that a special connmenmana- The above picture of the mo-


tion show featuring all the lead-
ing Fashion Houses and their
maniquins be held to acknowled-
ge that milestone of a decade
ago

It is also sugegst that frmin
this year on an annual -benefit
should be held at which all the
leading fashion lHou-es could
show their new c.ullctliJ.s.


dels Mile Marie Therese Stark.
Denise Petrus, Denise Moraille.
Caridad Apolon, Mile Mo:;sson
Sendral, Maria Ga'rca, Lucienne
Miot and Mrs Gussie Higgins.
The robes were by dressmakers:
Madame Jean Roumain, the sis-

Madame Edgar Buteau, Yvonice
Bourgain. Mile Odette Alexis,
Madame Jean Durosier and Ma-


dame Etienne. La Belle Creole
delegated Artist Rene Kensvil to
work with the late Madame Mas-
beck is arranging the presenta-
tion. The -late Charles De Cata-
logne was in charge of the or-
ganizing committee. Robert The-
ard was responsible for the tex-
tile painting (All textiles were
from La Belle Creole) and Mrs
Jean Chenet supplied the Hai-


tian Jewelry.


TELE-HAITI WEEKLY SCHEDULE


MONDAY FEBRUARY 27th, 1961
6:00-Test pattern Music (Recordsl Carnival Parade
7:00-Evening general program schedule
7:03-Weather Report
7:06-Chlidren's program: Cartoons
7.45--Telenews (1st edition) Review of the day's events
8:00-"The Frankie Laine Show',' sponsored by "Banque Com-
merciale d'Haiti"

8:50-The United Shoe Association S.A., the moit mdenlrin .htoc
factory in the Caribbean presents its program: "lighiay
Patrol- starring Broderick Crawlfod.
9.00-Telenews (2nd edition) Summary of the late ne. S p'-c.en-
ted by the Esso Reporter


.:55-Celebrities in Literature & Art
i..00-Close of program National Anthem

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 28th, 1961

6.00-Test pattern Music (Record)
Studio Carnival Parade
7.00-Evening general program schedule
7:G3-Weather Report
. 706-Children's program: a) A children's story; -b) Cairtoo
c) A Western
7.45-Telenews list edition) Review of the day's events


S 00-Telecinema
'. 00-Esso Repoiter


Decade Of The Fashion-Show


Should Be Feted In Style


IN -HAITI


THIS ..-.WEEK

-Pharmacist Rohbe, Fleet r of
lrooklyn arid-his T'.rely wife
Annette.are honeymooing at..the
Hotel Montana. 3Be and Annet-.
te got married on Pebruarj 12.
'n New York.
.- -.'-Y

-Dr. James" Vanderl-osch, 'a-.
Physician Psychiatrist of note-
from Chicago and his .chirniim
blonde wife Jean are. enjoying
the atmosphere of "j'oe de -vi-"
vre" of Haiti in a 7 'lay soj'i;rn
at the Hotel Sans Souci. iThey
made a zimmy ;ammboche with
Georges and Gertie Heraux and
Elizabeth Fleming on her 8th
trip here and Miss' Hazel -Iu-
deis, also guests at the Sans
Souci. ,
^.


-Insurance than Herhert Pick
. of New York, and his wife Har-
riett are on-their third lip here
and are guests as usual at the
Villa Creole. Harriett reported
that Haiti has S neW ai nmrer?;
in the beautiful blpode acres ;
Fran Herald who apen uir .
mas here with he ijrL, friend
Mrs harisse Middler.urk.. Ha{'-
riett writes ads for the Franc4--.
commercials A The IV..


Telephone Man Call

n -Emerson Hunt,. General:-In-
formation Manager for the New-
England Telephone .kmnpainr f
Boston- is a guest ait the Pam-
ballsaHote loves..0) gut g a' :, '


I "from. -the modern -inve'tion, .
9.05-Th eVoice of Firestone presents "TV Concert Hall nrog- 9:05-Telecinema (Cort'd) ~ Mr Belt' mon his twelneh trl .
Mr Bells' .. --
ram sponsored by the Firestone Interamerican Co. 1j:00-Close of program National Antihemi to Haiti. i



AU $ 0 .. -.


FAMOUS SHOES

THE WORLD O S rE OCTI
.-r.>D .' M-.FOR EVERY OCCAI.....'
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LATIN MILITARY
CHIEFS. TO SEE
MUNOZ. TODAY


A courtesy call by some 80
top-ranking Latin American ml-.
litary officials will be pald Gov.
Munoz this morning at Las-For-
taleza. The military. rnn,: i h
Puerto Rico to attend ait imis-
pheric joint chiefs-of staff con-
ference, will call on' the -gover-.
nor at 10am.

Attending the defense *coiffer
efce are the military, chief of
-Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile,
Colombia, Ecuador, El .Salvador,
Haiti, Mexico, Nicaragual, I'nan:
ma, Paraguay, Peru, Gucatc'n -
'a, Uruguay and Venezuela.-C-' ,
onel Boucicaut Adsistat*t to Hei.
ti's Army Chief 's attending-the- -i
conference. .


AT LE PERCHOIR A DECADE AGO


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