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


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


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

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Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
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
lcc - Newspaper 2117
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by~DEF'oN '"UM SCHOOL i 3?Vc

.hAfritwrecent ed nw H aiti ion F '
'TATES -A 8,rvic

departs. today on a good
paI" missions, The I foreign, al A. marked in bold red let- Crrl rsdn fArie
1 lid9ter who -made known his -ters. on its fuselage put down nagement. and Investment -Inco

fi 1Ahcoming voyage d u r in a at Bowen Field Sunday morning New Yor City, Joseph O'Cone
fSit6'visit of U;N Delegates, of- as the -"baby", of the country's and Romeo Barrella are vc-
ghoeyan Hlllat ee,'first overseas airline. presidents. Captain William
if70accompanied -by M-ichel Thsarie hd ilbgnCok is the Company's Chief i
abn~g, .hltoLDieln fas a freight carrier,' was born lot, George Suddath directoro
th ingetof lateri"org- with the idea iof giving Haiti its mainenance and Paul Higgn
dhae p th Intitt dEtholoown international airline serving flight engineer.
gje:, -oirdriate student oT New York and Miami with dir- hl ceuldfihst
56 fli t 4. University an( aect flights and" helping to boost Uie ttsaentep
lithaton, Mrlcani culture ors and international travel, t ei eoesxmnh
trBaguidy- will.. ly to Dh:-- Haitian Sister Fiore coaching 5-year-old deaf and dumb Volette according -to the company's dir- cmaywl oit e
hipm My, ll an Seneg~a, via 'at the mirror hindaily exercises. (Photo Dietz). coswDcnee eeti ary shuttle service betweenNi
ij~Statee 'fnd Paris.-: week. caragua and Puerto Rico ti
j AN K LOUIS PINTO Haitian- Deputy Joseph Amna- month. At the samnIe time hIe
'Dao dpft i -s Ignac io mn are negotiating to transport Es
to,-_ust~in lawyer' .and &d- H a n Haiti Team To Play stoves to Central America.

SS oo Jamaic Selected dn i
th ed csandc Ipoice move -their headquarters fro
..,., ear After five weeks of trials. and theU.S. to Port au. Princean
.300 boards,, the final:-selection hirer local personal and p
b6q ofteLiu atined maintenance department.
week with-gAmbassalot' Adu. pf he onhire o ago):
leMagof al.today can utter a- hesitant "bon The feam that will face a vis-
My greatest satisfaction- Is jour Mdra'."-and -"Bon Jour iting Jamaican team in late Ap- & O 000
to -find myself in this part of .8er"Thl aA .raigril is, as follows:
the world, where Dahmyta the orepndidg salutAtion' on LusAgu~ste Andre Th- V ley D a
editions ax .e alI IIve," the 57. year the lis of her teacher. .ard; .
old Dahomean Ambassador de, oetbr eE n ub rnzGre --Hrr .L Job
cleared: "I find myself;" he 'con- is. one oi sixteen young pppils hoy
tinued, "in an atmosphere. that learning to speak- and under-' Henri Reiher Jr --Gerard Close to 300 hectares of mas
leads rne, to think I am'in the stand speech by lip reading at, Thermitus,. and swamp land in the Artb
f amrdyicdhrcle. There are. so m-any the three year old school in -(Cotiued, on page 1)onite'Valley will be draineda
souvenirs' that link the Daho. Pension-nat 1466e Dame du Sa- -a result of a joint Haitian-Ae
mean. to Athe people o If H14t that ci-e Coeur. .-Foothalers Returnl rican aid project announced ti
,it is for a mim--of my genr-Te cholo Defad Duiyl )YPaan -oay week..
-tion a very grea t pleasure ,to Was fou .nded in Janur 9 i oeta h l r i The project, costing $90,00
come here as representative of a ground floor classrooms of the also receive a or lclsi- TeNtoalF thl emi wl daii e Fos NabothDe
my otntr ad conoldae te ld(1875). _Romn Catholic Girls al education. '(Photo Dietz) du ortrphm rm the session, a, vast lowland ta
links :that circumstances of his- school--run by the' Sisters, 'if enrlAmerc aibnwsonce the. main riverbedi
(Continued on page 19) Wisdom.- Although op the fringe_ (Continued on page 9)' Caposi iSnJsCs h rioieVle.We
ta. Rica this morning by the river changed its course,th
Painam, Line. The team returns dry riverbed became a, om
11 ntWith tetrophy of. the -for 5,000 people farm. irrigato
Funds- Fora but according to the Fe- canals were built on its sies
epal duration Officials here, the Cup The -people -farmed a neab
for the fourth Best team. in. the delta, rich in SULt until the r-
tourney. (Continued' .on page17

A $30';000 Haitian-Amherican.
public works pi'oject has been
announced for, 'repairing he-
'Grand Riviere du Nord Divers-
ion dam near, Grande Riviere du

1eavy -(obblestones and tree
truns, sNvel t downstream in the
past. year and, one-half, have
damtaged ,a suippirtirg wing, of
2 'the dam and threttten to riddle
Foreign ]Mian~ter J'ose'ph i.gau dky: (enter)' who depwrts foranl hhep nbbimeie
Africa. tour toda hs senaoe With visiting Da ornoy. and CIt reairs are inade., Thesipot
dignitakes. Ai ,ri'ght.,js Sertr-bea~ .teForeign '0060 g1 salf eido
Dr. AdrlenRayzhqh L and Hatspemanes leegate, to the e e n
Dr'7,Child Auguite. Dbelegqte P* --w 'fourth froa left -Wnsa ih tlbw 71 hsadkfas tlhis -1
(Photo Deti tns fae tio, the first of the Air. Haiti ntnaioU na k lii
7.1 i(CoutnuW )A .5)

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"Growth Of Poorer Countrties, Not Defense, .,
._BY Emphasized 5 Year. Fund Souaht
Wasbhing;o., Mar~l 22.- velopment loans would be Urn- the sum of $2,400;000,O00 in. total
ited fo $900,000,000. An addition- loans and grants'in. the first
President Kennedy called to- al sum of $1,500,0U0,000 would be 'year with the proposed annual
-Mr Matthew Hess Shulman, a Tycoon in plastics industry day for a "fresh approach" to appropriated by Congress for total of $1,600000,000 in? lans
from New York announced his return trip with his family, includ- foreign aid. It would shift the grants for education, social, pro- the following, four ye &rs.
ig f Pearl. daughter Willa 16 a Teresa Reina 12 and emphasis from mutual security grass, institutional development,. 44et Cut .of-this,) dlculaton
to ia collective free word effort the Peace Corps and emergency. were.appropriations the Adnn
some prominent friends such as the great pianist, Mrs Vivian to help the under-developed na- assistance. istration will request fpr other
Rivkin Dixon, of "superior capa cities" and Mr Alexander Herm, tions attain greater economic .. parts of the program in each
an Advertising printing Executive, President and Proprietor o0 growth and stability. The new foreign' aid agency of the four fiscal -yecars begwi
3EMCO Press, Inc. of New Yodrk City, widely noted for his original would have authority in each of ning July 1, 1963. These are: ex-
type-face designing creation called "He.n Classical", his wife In a special message to Con- the following four years to make pected'to be less-than the $1,500,-
tgress the President asked for $1,600,000,000 of Treasury-finan- 000,000 estimated for'the first
and son Damon Wiley Herm. Mr Hern has a very interesting ad legisla^n authorizing develop- ced development loans up to 50 year hut might reach $1,000,000,-
vocation. He is a former Fencing champion, has taken "firsts" ment loans running to fifty years years in duration. Unexpended 000 annually.
in many National and International competitions. In recent years to the countries of Latin Amer- balances of such borrowing au-"
he has trained and coached many outstanding International fenc- ica, Africa, the Middle East and thority would remain available Also omitted fiom the ,800-
ers. Most notable, recently, was Albie Axelrod, who took Third Asia. It would be designed to for loans. Also available would 000,000 calculation was the pro-
show that economic growth and be repayments to the Treasury ejected cost of buying for. -re-
Place in the last Olympics, for the U.. political-democracy could deve- by foreign governments of loans selling for foreign currencies of
Matt Shulman is a dear and fervent admirer of Haiti. Last Dec lop hand in hand p made under the Marshall Plan an .estimated totalof $2,'000,00,
cnhro 23New borknought d his faiyhretor srpendithe hoidamiys. Thld-oey g i.I ol hf h at o dcton.oi '-tefloigfuyas ".

nmbr 2 lie brought his family here to spend the holidays. Thc2 adepsiand special loans to Britain, 000 of surplus food an"d fiber by
stayed about et to weeks at the El Rancho. Matt has made many The philosophy underlying the Germany and Japan, the Food- for Peace Prograh in
trips here before. President's plan was that the each of the five years..'
United States had an inescapab- Each of the develophg coin- Althdough, the President assig-
le moral, economic and political tries -would: -be encouraged to ned them no special role inhis
When he was about to leave, he said to his lovely daughters, obligation to the under-develop- peaent-an integrated ive-year proposed plan, the Expor Im-
"1 am glad tlat you like Haiti but next Easter you will go to d countries that it would be plan of d resource development ,to port -Bank and the Inteieri-
oans with 'our mother, while I will be back here." The girls disastrous to ignore. To this he which longer term commitments can Bank will have parts irinb
protested. "We want to come back to Haiti, we will never enjoy added the thought that money could be made by the United over-all operation. He has .re
Paris as much as we did here." The Shulmans have communi- spent t6 ieet crisis situations Stales than possible under the qluested an appropriation o.f
S, s e A w o or short term political objectives present system of annual approu $500,000,000 for the latter. -
cated their infectuous love for Haiti to all their friends. They areted of having an .nfv
looking forward to bringing Mrs Vivian Rivin Dixon, a most dependence but rarely helped -a l orable-s effect.on urthe nation's
talented and internationally famous concert pianist who made country make greater economic Giants under existing or plan- ecoomy r ite balance. of iiter-
recording with leading orchestras of the U.S. and Europe, and growth. ned development would be e- national payments, thepanh e -a, Mr
former wife of Dean Dixon, internationally known orchestra Con- placedT wherever possible by Ktennedy stressed-o would spend
p hr b e Plong-term loans repayable -' about $2,000,0000,0 in its first
.uctor and whose daughter Diane is attending school in Switzer- The -President asked specific- o the latter being more ar on ugoodsadi services in-
!:,nd. They are sure that Mrs Rivkin, as an artist, will be entranced afly for the creatiortof a new nsuc-ve, to b-iner e, this -on._.h
aiti with its captivating music. Iboreign e aed it wa uo eh uan t r espr d ecIo et t o u p nt ar d y he -nt"e-A:ri-
Parxs~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~h wihyu otewie ilb ac ee"Th il i astrou to e figno e. To this h suwhioh longerte~,rm omietsanBkwl hveprsi"h

The party of Malt Shulman t atthe wlstyathEl Rancho from ty to borrow $7,300,000,000 from on ann an' re He- went on to say hat ith
Paris a uh to A di 9 h e. Te ae *Treasury' ovr five'sss ears. *stain i o sganlt .unde- 20 t per centdof the nations in-
lrc h 30th to April 9th. These-funds' wouk 'ebe lent to paid apri. o ,0 canacity ide and about.
-aPetite", pretty and lively Marie Clotilde (Tbto) Bissainthe developing nations pledging so- T ne agenc. y istwoldapdcs I7rcnt a bor u
3ada is back here for the first time after nine years in aris. cial d relprms;n 'This long-term a d a j aen.ctions no- se.a .teployed- -"cutbd .ck. -in"the
The young Haitian went to Paris in 1952 to complete her studies,' plan would obviate the annual enycadGin'st nere y the:'n finger on aia prl.am, -:ofudbe:
she entered a school of dramatics and soon became a ver good battle between the PreJdentand dat l adierveod d, t e ltr-not onaliiYeglossri".6ewoIm be
aotCongress for 'the bulk of'foreign fltof ~llOpei'tflA iin pmroies~ and hob -'lda bu
comedian. She omaried a French fellow from Martinique about a l pf e e o, the Fever lopm be b 'ntof' tre id wLomoae saf
ie years ago and has a daughter called Souky 3 and a half who Fund; the Food for Peace P os 'ets i
.as sent to the artist's parents here at the age of fivesmonths -Surpasses Marshall- Plan dogramn -the Export-Impot. Bank's busines ;-labor:and. agrinculA-
and who visited her mother in Paris last year. b localrcaurey lending a er t e at --.o n
Toto. Bada is a very talented stage and movie actress. She The' -Presidenthmade no 'at- 'hexces-s nonagricultural commond While thte President'. acl-ow-
--res x" : ', .-'. v~e; .... "- ;:h

played leading parts in Les Tripes au Soleil (a French film) and terpt to estimate -the over-all ioes and equipmentaflrms natiic eae ..that the--.problem. el'
-' coto the five-yea"o r program-aiea.s stoc grlcpil s ongde'elo4g -a-=n WS on

in plays such as "Papa Bo Dieu," "Un lRaisin an Seil","Les h' Bt .fia engg- "- p nations'
Negties" by Jean Genet, She was given credit for her talent In ested it would involvesevear Cnrl o.ratoesi n u hs- epaized 'thaht teJ-orni- e d
lot of French Magazines in which her pictures have appeared. She time h.l nths the lending aut r e he p enLt's t. lnwasgeneiall rsttes- l o idne.
.s staying a few weeks in Haiti. 'requested 'i t would tlhuslurpass favorage iand! cut~.q across p$y= "We sed a-auon
the $12,50b,000,ho 0, outlay In loans ii aCti.li'tcomen .'. came'_h i.-" ii p-o: itd"e
-Mrs Alfredo de Matlteis Jr., ew to San Juan b last Saturday and grants of the .three-and-a- in"th"e mai..fr.m. 'Senatord d and .j..'
to celebrate with her grand-daghter Joelle de la Place, 5, daught- hal years of the Marshall' Plan. Rpiesenativsladng syrpa- eusfriii 'los to l
er of Mr and Mrs Noel de fa Place and wife bornm De: Mattei. For the first year.of the pro- thy For parts:-of theforei gn aid -essdevele.abo ag
Sunday March 19th was Joelle's birthday. 'Sl' 3-' tend.r" bas- proarrameld h .- d
eram -beginning 'July, -'1., E r-ho Then Psesident sat the
-David Talamas could hardly reosnize Tonette Foris of. ten ^ President .propored- tb keep however, somd members- who', am n an:
years in Mrs Chrison who landed here last Saturday for a two thetotal aid gure 'at t a f at the same have .long suported ..foreign aid Theree in h
10ca~~~_lov'urre sncy endn.gal .er~s -ttoiY_;.-

week visit at the Splendid. Tonette who visited.Haiti ten ears level .of, $1,000,000,000 asked 'questioned the advsability-tby Sixti .; an "histo:ric-''oppr
ago is a social worker erom Detroit, Mihigan. former President Dwnight D.' Ei- pasngConogresslonalapproprid- for aW majbr'eonomicd asstt" a ol
-Mr Harian Harrison, Desk Officer of thel ICA for Haiti in senhowemr. o sBut 200-,000.000- of atio .-.committ.ees through.- effortt by the-p free i odusil
L-Mr arlan arriso Dk O c o tc that estmate-would be.shifted blanket..'eiyear..grant of treas- ,. -nations to move more h
Washington,, D.C. was greeted at the Boven Field last Saturday from -military jo.'economic ass; ry-financd -lending .authprity... te jlpeople e usst
by Mr Earl 0. Finiie, ead of the USM in Haiti. Mr Harriso istane: This would put econo- President Kennedy placed" no nations :intosesn
is -taying a.week here. .. mic aid' at $2,400,000;000 and ni- ov"-all p'icet.ag on his .ive- no'ic "gowthi: w"^e4. tet
S-Mlrs Bert MacDonald is Vnsiting here his son James and dauget- litarY aid, at s$1,600,000,000 ingthe year prrram.n Some .. officials .o"e .subsfantialy loseotti
c-r in law Mapgaret. The charming lady-is staying two -weeks first year. said it WoUld .nvolve an. ultimate. day wheni" y; :t toow-..iiiU.,
with the Representative of Colgate-Palmolive in the Caribbean and Pnat hres rt hepirot '-la$0. .s0 acco'nt pafoasitce' he id r
er of Mr an Mr Noe de -a Plac and: w .ebr'e. or the-first year: of -the... pro- the $i,r0prtof.._ OO. acuth e d'1foreg_.d.. -aes.sb'isf .c;" tihe isoaia--., .r .,s- l

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Centals Aeica Jameh s Monawo ladd hrlant hsatudiyfe. a-'w gretoam Trasidrfnnigo e ntepeaeTu figure-ttesm adogS~std.deigwasd :"'' h (.;otslnq tied.oi
,.,rek isi at'th SpeedM Woett wh viiteHaii, en oar'leel of,.'$4000000000. ake ]:qu:4tone:'te~a ,isabiityj~f.by S~ti'ei( n-!stb'i.'tp
ago s asocal orkr [rrp etritMiciga. .'.. omnr Pesient.Dwiht .. /]i pa~si Cb':ngi~sona ):~p pz;- fr-".a~n 0;" rofin~fc,-a~s ...

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__..-__.__ .- .: ",..- ... .segfeant). Al- were Iappnted -"A.pr _ect -t-a --ro-iss e p ithoaof field rotation which will.
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.... j .::. .'..." ..: ':- '.... ,; p:o"n.. -.. ."' ..*.. ": .. m ong .the peasants them- .loyment to yolighly1,1000 Haitian increase yield per acre a.d over-
a^^^ T ^'' se s 9I p n if15'the Anierican O- workers and ibtliesetHaiti~a i ek-. .alf prbductivitty'-.of *he pldnta-k
^hef'-. ^J "-". ,e l -V. -''.. .ripa[tioxi:-ab1Ushfed .the Haitian porls was assured ot-US. Gby-: tion and expand capacities ofI
Sand "a.single local inhatii-| emnent assistag.ce March 2,.th sfactory to-petd esded-cio
..... ...- tantwa put in change -the when Deelopment Loan Fund increased harvest
^y ean L. WCO SHM iW The. basic unitof governments t sectioi,.- rith the mbdedt title (DLFh announced approval- of. ;,-Sijice sisal plant -of the eactys
S" provided or the Consi ution of "ral -police officer," but $'250,000 Loan to heTp. expansion family flprishes In semi-arid:
'1 Set6n all Universit) 'isihe ''ommune,"''or township aioweed to- appoint, if deemed of -a Sisal Plantation and.Sisal land unsuitable for *. food-crop.:
:.,_ .. 'which: there. -are about one .ecessar, two assistants' with- -processing' fat oryin Norti priction, the project will t ak
: '' l students l: Hait have, -hundred, with :an average pop- out .any part tle. Then, aiti., possible. rodutie useof 'land
: t. med, the contrast betweenn lation of 35,000"]ih.iatabitts; Even things slowly but surely procee- The Borrowerc is the privately 'otherwise largely wvasted. Provii-1
.,e'Frencwied elite 6--o atathat 'level, i sfintinon- i ded-to revert: the past. own Haitian Agricultural Corpo- 4de employme-for 500workers-
'c tos an the lite e made. between the .. 'borg'., an -' ration' S.A. Cap. Haitien. : in- field and another 500 in fact-s"
.t.lisantry. in- he'inferior; but 'a- admiiiistrativew -center. ,o urban -.The. chef de section always --The --DLF fund will- be .used dry arid improve living standard
..s: tor e th& .missing' ln seems character, and':the "section ru- has .been :the- official link 'bet- for- procurement of equipment in the ared.
.t..emah inorder; espeelally, as .lle"..-into-ewhich the cotnrt-. ween. the .two duhtire -worlds of materials services ini'Haiti or in Company products exported are
..-:'f-iflaih of cultures-affectsthe- side is,'divided. T4'helatter num- aiti- ; Except .for the -Catholic U.S.C t dt .. exported
!i-dais.bes of ihe faitian popi- ,ber- about- five huhidred and. fifty, lefgy, w-ich is 'an altogether Details of loan agreement $f e- ally to the countries reports. 1s
i ifferelly (Si pon for.the whole republic. '-These different mttet, he Ione among maintobe negotiated. The Corn- tep in the project of planting
A sections are-not corporate bod-' the' peasants keep in constant- step in' the project of planting"ceg
e st is^ that 'Haiian eas-' e as; the -exist o po Ule iich For all pany now operates asisal 'plat- -new acreage during 3 or 4 years
S. -peas o c T e state:r station of 8,000 acres and runs required for sisal plants to mat-
.U-ts_ taki .the .Ate'and its Abv- purposes, as provided first in practical purposes, he may well cto'producingsisal oibes two urerairoad and wsarfage will
-' ernent o largely. for -ant6d. the Rural Code of .1826. Before be;desbribed as the state within -cto producing sisal fibep two ure, 'railroad and wharfage will
p'"te Ho-n se L .ea ( "i gt that time, a ac oto e. si .s. Wh h flume waste. ', be extended and new equipment
-.pre n se et (Right thatposition whic n- Most of the plantation land is installed in factory.
S;.tei.God comes the" state") is French and Spanish colonial tra- evitably gives -him -a larger ora ong term lease
o t]ar saying which. leaves edition, only parishes, .,rughly measure, of- prestige and of pow- Go ment. The Corn- t is estimated .that in 5 years
to others the.-task, of administer- equivalent to the moaern "corn r, tha pro'nded i the Amnna from'the Government. The Cor- -I is estiinted.that in 5 years
tote the.-ta adm ster- e ent to te mode corn r than provided in the Ame- ny-i be require to make Company's monthly product-
gove#nent along Western munes", 'had. leen seup'land, cai-7a-de law. --Town dwell.era n-.brqie t
.- es, i country. deprvd--of considerable police-.ower w as ok at this with mixed feelings. tinue in possession of its press from 370,000 to 600,000 pounds.
the.:- resourcess that underline our exercised in the- -colony .-by the They like the. countryside to be entland n to secure addition- Equipment procured will in-
icoeeiept of democratic-progress, owners of haiitations ("planta- properly controlled but they ..re- 1,500 acres far the project. Eude decorticator some rils,
,:-wi th. its--costly- apparatus of tions") and, since-independen-e sent' the-,chef de section's pres. The1an-will enable the con- 300 horse power generate set
school and. other services de- had beeri won. i. 1804, Ay-com.. -- .(o e page 1i- a to institute improved me- hydraulic.press etc.
pendi'ng 'on-.a high revenue. Lo muniy-recognizek -elders (Paul -
'- .cal; goveiinment,- under the cir- -1876). Acordig to '.the Rural -
c,. timstances, acquires supreme Code; each ;secti6ni received a -
imp ....'iportance from being the onlyI "chef de sctfion"- wit an army
-'level of government truly acces- commission -of -captain, apd 3 r B -. B E T
ible to-the-.countryman. gardenss -champetres!, the -se-
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>es hungry, a move- said in an interview at the Oi- after the oil had been processed am' began in: 1952" sadi- 'Dr. began encouriting 6k 'i4i- ...
been underway for ganization's headquarters in Ro- from cotton seed, peanuts, sun- Autret, '.and-now, i codoper.ation to use'tiii `nw-pjr6aTn.Lidf:'ftods-'
to bring food out of me: flower or sesame seed. Pressd with -WHO 'and UNICEF;: has in-%-suplementa. ..cpg-
at man had long con- "A lack of protein may show into cakes," the residue .was r spead to.all areas of the world,. ,ms eforBho6l. children or::in
waste. itself in the squalid surround- sold, and still is being sold, as Governmient. research ins.ti.es, government ititutirons. il;wore
these are the protein ings and low level of production animal food." together 'with -privale industry, recently, :the: -Di1viioh:-aided...iie-
new in a stage of of an adult, whose mental and Tests showed-thlat this waste have developed proteii rich:nour gbvefime4t.of."Mb;ii .l'.^n
t % here they may be physical apathy may be sim- material contained a high con- Irom .press -cakes.- Saidore; ia educa'tional- i *ad..:' IO.'hin l
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ncy that hobbles the food. Or in the protruding, swol- processed, could provide a good in Indonesia .om soybeans use mo fish lQir' heirets.
countries' and leaves len stoach and puffy featu Now,... c
countries' and leaves len stomach and puffy features source of protein for these peo- and sesame. Fresh fish surplus Now,'... seond' ca aig ,"^tis
10 people with less of a child suffering from kwas- pie in-areas where protein, such es or small fish, once discardld time proipotig. *_'oth. .^peanut
ein than that avail- hiorkor, whose mother has care- as "milk or meat, was- too *x- for _processing, have .beerinmade _lour, and: fl-": :flgiir-i.'w..lF !be
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ing recent develop- ly omilting all protein from the stance, as flours, "-t products and mixtures .:bave" been dive- ,O rourinii t l3u In .Maca wO.
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ret, Director of Nu- ucts now being processed for Nc;v Product Ilad To Bo Eaie of c"uritries, such as fish.. flour eing built to..s.uppl,,ite i.ter-
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the purpose. It is characterist- called for objections from a le- of titles of ddubtful accuracy
Chef De Section... ic that the recognized agent of galistic point of view, as. they1 dra%,n up by surveyorf'froi:.;tjie
the state there is met by local threw illuminating light on the tbwn. Such .cases-:'nse .were
IContinued from page 3) suit was that, in sharp contrast men of importance, usually two difference between custom and numerous enough to prevent the
tige and stability and they refer to what happened in towns, po- dozens of them, popularly known law, but fellow peasants under- development: of. an integrated
to him as a tyrant whenever he hitical revolutions hardly affected as marechal in remembrance of stood them and there were few customary system 6f land .use,
jiterferes in their business with the countryside. Two cases may the .former "marechal de logis," complaints. Since the American p o y g a my,- and succ6ssi6n,
the peasants. Peasants, on the be mentioned of the Marbial though with no statutory status occupation, the Judge .in town whose most characteristic feat-
other hand, never object when peasants besieging the neighbor- of any kind. The chef de sec- stands as the only judiciary re- ure is an emphasis on posterity
their "commandant", as he is ing town of Jacmel, in 1868 and Lion asks them about births, cognized by law, and lawyers which puts a concubine. -mother
still conunonly known, claims in 1883, but in each case the death and other events in the maintain agents in the country- in a better- position than a mar-
nghts founded on custom, such rural population- Qas only sup- section, and carefully records side mandatee) who bring cases ried woman without issue, ac-
as harvest offerings, rebates at porting the established govern- these .in his official register. All to their offices in town.. How- cording to'the 'unwritten rule -of
local stores, and, above all, un- ment against which the town had the proceedings are conducted ever, the peasants most of the "Pitit pi fo passe mariaj"
paid help in the cultivation of revolted. In the latter year, a in the Creole language, although time settle their land problems (Children are stronger than
his land. Let us not forget that chef de section actually was the book is kept in as good a through private oral agreements, marriage) (Metraux '1951).
the "chef de section" is limited shot by the revolutionists, in French as the writer can mast- which they report -to-the "cor- So the cdoinunity spirit all-
in his pretenses by the very punruhmeit for his loyalty. er. Cases of -a judicial charact- mandant" or to one of his as- ows fo. a large measure of par-
fact that he is himself a peasant. er also are debated so that the sistants so that he can act as a ticipation of the counfryfolk -in
In the absence of the racial and The U.S. Marine Corps capt- meeting often amounts to an in- witness it trouble ever takes their government, and it enab-.
cultural distinctions on which gains in charge after 1915, and formal court of justice, but it place (Comhaire-Sylvain 19511. les, them to leave to those-in
colonial rule is founded, no "chef the Haitian officers of same would be a mistake to take their Such agreements, coupled with towns the task of worrying about
de section" can possibly make rank who succeeded them, were settlements as one-man arbitra- the consensus of opinion, suffice .a conflict of cultures. Students
from customary tributes more anxious to curb the power of ry decisions. The elders .play a to build as strong a case as ne- of other American and.African
than a mere fraction of the sal- the "commandant" down to the very active role in the whole cessary before the informal countries may here find them-
ary of an administrator of the limits set in the law. Men with- process: they act, in fact, as court presided over by the chef selves on familiar ground.'.
lowest rank in any of the non- out prestige or without wealth spokesman for communities of de section. People who bring
seff-governing terr it orie s in often were appointed, some even about 300 inhabitants each, all their cases to lawyers usually (1)-Field work carried out in
which I did further field work. foreign to the section they had that survives of the colonial ha- are of bad fath Imouni ki pa Haiti in 1937-41, 1951, and 1952,
to keep under their control. In bitation, and an important so- are of bad fpith mountn Id pa with Suzanne Comhaire-ylvaln,
An important question arises: 1942, moreover, it became the cial factor, albeit hidden by the know how to live"). Lawsuits and, in 1949, also with. Alfred
that of selection. In days prior fashion to appoint Protestants, absence of a proper village set then are carried on the basis Metraux, UNESCO field officer.
to the American occupation the as less likely to be Lied up with up (Comhaire 1952). It is in
chel de section was appointed their local connections, in sec- these communities that custom
by the "commandant d'Arron- tions such as those of Marbial, is made and maintained, the w// //////////////////r
dissement," an Army general which are 85 per cent Catholic. "commandant' and elders deri-
who represented the president The "commandants" were fur- ve from them all their extra- MEN'SSHIRTS
himself in one of the major their estranged from their peop- statutory authority, and the for- AdARVES
areas into which the republic le by the practice, later turned mer largely depends on them
was divided. The general usual- into law, of appointing only lit- for the exercise of the powers
ly was a prominent local resid- rate men. to the job. The result conferred upon him by the state. HANDKERCHIEPS
ent, with extensive connections sometimes was that as soon as Draniatic cases sometimes oc-
in all the sections as well as in the newcomer "grew spurs" cur wherr the "commandant" is
the towns located within his (Fe zeperon, Haitian for gain- a Protestant or a convertt" (a
jurisdiction. Anxious to maintain ing authority), he hastened to Catholic who objects to voodoo), Ay ARD
peace in his "arrondissement", "shake the dew" ((Souke arose, as the elders have no patience
he would not appoint a chef de Haitian for corruption in goy- for witch-hunts. But this is not
section who was not a member eminent), The 1946 revolution a- problem of first importance, lFABC
of some wealthy and influent- brought about considerable im- as such cases were unknown be- L J BEJRA l -
ial peasant family. Seldom was provement. in the situation, and fore the American occupation -' .'
the same family granted such a gradual return to past stabi- and they are likely to be elim-
honor more than once, but the lity' and efficiency has since inated in the future, thanks to "N '.
general, when satisfied, kebt re- been observed, the return to former standards -SsES
appointing his man far longer in the selection of rural author-
than the statutory three--year An excellent opportunity- to cities. What seems to be of more BLOUSES
term. Thus the chef de section see a chef de section at work permanent significance is the ..
acquired great experience in his is provided by- their habit of way land tenure has been or-
job. and the names of many holding meetings every Friday, ganized on a customary basis. -i 'i
past holders of it are rememb- in preparation for the report The land law of the Republic -- ,
ered today as those of true be- they have to present in person is almost pure 'French, with B .
nefactors of the section popula- to the captain in town every written deeds recognized as the
tion. Extra powers were so ob- Saturday. Such meetings always only legal means of evidence.- FREE PORT SHOPPINGr.dENTER
tained not through individual are held within the section area Before 1915 the state used to ap- 53.55.Rue duQuai
ambition helped by the state so that, if the "commandant' point peasants to act as justices Dresses and Shirts made on order
but rather through consensus of happens to reside elsewhere, a of the peace and administer oand deliOered.in 24 hours-
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S- "The project to bolster the
frankfurter .begaft at the Insti-
tute -Centro-Ameicano- de Inves-
tigaciones y Teenologia Indus-.
trial (ICAITI), -Guatemala," Dr
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tein rich foods have. been .deve-
loped aid more or less:are now
waiting the. sponsorship' of pri-
'ate industry, research conti-
nues on. new products," said
Dr Autret. "The extraction of

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ior of the country with 'fish icawas.cliosen for the.project
flour,'" aid :Dr Autret. "Fish l or protein malnutrition- defirii-
flour is also on sale to thd pub- te.ly.exists there and a low cosi
lic.in.Thailand; Burma -and. Phi- food of high nutritive value was
lippines. .A pilot-plant -'in. India needed. Then, "too, sausage pro,
is i producing .groundnut flout ducts -of many. types were al-
Sthat is .being used' to enrich-ready.. widely accepted in tie
flours and macaroni. products, region.. And .the area contained
Another Indian" pilot piant, has two necessary items: 'cottonseed
produced a vegetable "milk" oil mills.and cattle.'. "
From soybeans and -peanuts, .
suitably fortified with calcium First, experimentation was
Pcnd vitamins." .don. at' the institute to see if
Once a product is developed, .suchPa product could be produ-
there still remains- the problem ced 'e a local scale. Accepta-
of adoptingg it to local tastes, ability tests had already been
Here the- once lowly frankfurter carried out and the :enriched
has come into the picture. sausages had been T-ound com-
SSdeklng a meais to utilize pletely acceptable. -
cottonseed flour, FAO food tech- -
nologists suggested the develop : The result was a sausage; con-
-ment of a kausage-type product, training --about one-third more
-using the flour as a filler, The protein than the standrad. pro-
resulting product-woqld .have -a duct, which :could be locally;
Higher protein content aid yet produced at a cost dne-tilrd less.
cost less than a similar product Seawood As Source Of Protein
containing only meait.. "Although the -standard pro-

proteins directly from green
leaves has yielded some pkrmis-
ing results" in. Englarid and in
India. Japanese food_ technolo:
gits .are carryirig on research
to find a termerited soybean
product, suitable for infant feed-
ing,"and oh the use- of seaweed
as a protein source. Irt the Phf-
lippines, efforts are underway
to-develop a process to produce
an edible defatted' .coconut flour.
"The Nutrition- Division ;wji
expand its activities -in the field
of protein rich :foods: during the
next several years," he conclud-
ed. "'A special "study-will be
made -in three Asian countries,
four Near Eastern countries, six
African countries and thiee La-


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Here is something really new
in water sports -a boat that
flies! Yes, now you too, can
enjoy the thrills of water sports
and flying, all in one cralft- in
your own boat.
After many years of research
Bensen Aircraft engineers suc- '
needed in adapting their world-
famous helicopter glider to a
plain ordinary fishing boat. The
advantages are obvious: where '
theme is water, there is usually '
plenty of space. Thcje is no air-

port traffic to
need to look
runways Ilike

worry about, no
for long paved
Mais Gatel, no

worries about cross-winds etc.
And after you are through fly-
ing, you can still take the fam-
jly to a picnic, or go fishing, -
all in the same boat.
Axel Madsen of Ja;cmer l and
Port an Prince, discovered the
existence of this unusual craft
on a recent trip aboard shile
investigating nen niFchanical
inventions that coLtd help to
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Prince in a more comfortable boosting beach resort business
transport other than a jeep or around the Capital and supple-
auto -bucking the 3 and a hnlf nienting the already popular
hour river-road. Although, un- water-skiing sport.
fortunately, he sees no future
in the flying-boat on the Jacmel The original Model B-7B Gyro-
River-road, Mr Madsen does be- boat was designed around a
live, this craft is ideal for standard 12-foot, 48-inch beam,
CARTOPPER fishing boat made
:-t- -- by Feather Craft. However, al-
S.-. .-- most any small boat weighing
'- .' --'. *.,:. up to 200 !bs, can be used-" l
,,-, its construction, but the lighter,
Sthe better. Most rowboats, out-
boards, dingeys and prams. can
be converted into Flying Boats
by adding the flying attachment
-named the "Rotosail". The. lat-
,tt ; er consists of a helicopter-like
Srotor mounted on top of an alu-
minum mast, which is clamped
onto the boat. It can be bought
either ready-made, or in Kit
S tion.

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is identical in. design to the ter of minutes. with a pair of
time-tested' B-7' Gyro-glider" rot- wrenches.
or, which is also used in other IDetailed Construction Plans
Bensen 'copters. It is compos- with Building and Flying- ins-
ed primarily of two plywood tructions of the B-7iBGyro-boat,
blades shaped, in airfoil form (selling or. $15) describe in det-
with a steel spar running the ail the location and-attachments'
full length of each blade. Com- 1of the Mast to the -boat,' its cen-
mercial grade materials are ter of gravity, the balance, etc,
specified, which are readily A 'Coinplete Material Kit,
available in most localities. Rot- which includes all materialss go?
or blades are sold in-either mat- ing into the construction of the
erial kit form ($49), semi-finish- ROTOSAIL, including all'.bolts
ed form ($198), or in finished, and nuts, sells for $198.00.
. ready-to-fly form ($298.00). Design 'of the ROTOSAIL -has
The rotor is attached to the been especially tailored to-- the
mast by means of a Rotor Head, skill and facilities of an average.
which contains all ball bearings home hobbyist and his shop; It
and flight controls. A control is simple, rugged arid easy to
stick hangs from the rotor head; assemble, in". many respects
it is equipped with a pair of simpler than a bicycle. The craft
hand-grips similar to bicycle can be built from- lvaterial Kits
handle-bars. The rotor head re- in two weeks to a month, work-
quires 'some accurate machin- ing in spare time,.
ing, but otherwise is surprising- The entire Flying Bout -carn be
ly simple in comparison with readily carried on top of a-car.
rotor- heads of conventional he--It travelled that way in one
licopters. The rotor head, too, instance 1500 miles without da-
is available in material kit form mage to any of its components.
($49) and in ready-to-fly form The ROTOS'AIL may be'-stored
($145.00). in a garage, an attic,: porch or
The mast is a 2-inch tube of basement, taking no more space
aluminum alloy held to the boat than a pair of water skis.
by three stainless steel cables. OPERATION
Al fittings and attachments are A 100-foot linen rope of the
standard aircraft, or -marine type used for water skiing can
hardware of proven quality and serve as the towline -por the
strength. No welding or braz- Flying Boat. The boat used for
ing is used in the construction. pulling-should-be able'to dod ah
The entire airframe can be at- .honest 30mph, whether iti,. san
tached to, or disassembled -from. inboard, or an outifoabrd. ..
the boat by one man in a mat- (Continued o.iien-, )
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(Continued from pnge 14)
The B-7B Flying Boat takes
off at an airspeed., of about 20
mph, which means that in a
15 mph wind its "water" speed
is actually only 5mph. It nor-
nlall3 lands with a forward
speed of about 7 mph, but can
also land vertically, like a slow
descending parachute. Towing
the craft in the air takes 12
horsepower and the normal tow-
line pull is about 150Ibs. This
horsepower figure refers to the
excess power left over above
what is needed to propel the
towboat itself at that speed.
Thus, the total motor horsepow-
er, depends on the hull clean-
liness of the power boat and
how much horsepo>ec-r is req'iir-
ed to push it at flying speed. A
30-liorsepower outboard has been
used successfully to tow the He-

li-boat on its maiden flights, and-
at least one home-builder -re-
ports towing it with a 25 HP
outboard. In some cases when
no single outboard with enough
horsepower is available, sever-
al smaller boats were hhrness-
ed in a spring, like- a dogsled,
and pulled the Hell-boat beauti-
Actually, the stronger the
wind, the less horsepower mot-
or is required. In a 20 mp;a
wind, no motor at all is requir-
ed just-tie the rope to a dock,
or a pier, and the Hell-boat Will
fly like a kite.
Flight safety of the Hell-boat
is quite remarkable. Since lift
is derived from a helicoptef-
type rotor, the machiinb will nt3l
stall, spin, or go out -of control
as fixed-wing planes do. -The
ioror will continue to rotate and




Le proil am1ior6 do la 6ba& -
roulemen_ .-ine une traction o un
s6curit6 supplerr.entaires. Un ing6nieat
dispositif do silence r6duitt les I
renfs bruits d4sagr6&bles du pFea.
tandis que la construction 16g&e r
.Super-Cushion Sans Chambre I1
permet d'absorber les cahots do IW
route. Vou aurel molns do pains
'plat. *t molns de d6lais parcel queoa
Construction Grip-Seal exclusive dt
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provide lift even when forward
speed is reduced. completely to
zer-. The pilot cannot stop the
rotor in flight even on purpose.
Rotor blades are driven auto-
mnaticaly by the force o6f wind
whether the craft is fling for: & A.;A
rard, or descending verfic lly
down. -
This is known as :'autorota-
tion". All helicopters todayfly T T NT
in. autorotation. when their en-
gines are stopped. Rotor blail- -
es of a Flying Boat always spin
by autorotation. !M

Learning to fly a Flying boat yQU-iVIJ ''rJ3'I.SSWERIOB QUALIY
is similar to Tearning to ride a. &
bike. It takes about the same BONNET RICuii ttj DAY '
type of sense of balance. an- .
even the motions oj the Handle- N V ITaI
bars are similar..-Because theA HIGHLY VI
craft is so light and unlike any- .
thing else .that flies today, -hav- SOLD BY.SACK OP I POUNDS
ing a pilot's -license in plnes
does not help much in learning AT THE'FOJ O ING- R ES:-.
to fly the Boat. Beginners seem
to do as well as veterans, usual-
ly Checking out" with one day's Blue Bonnet-Graide A $10.50. o ,0 .dep
practice. No pilot's license is -- .
required to fly-it in tow Blue Bonnet Grade-B 8.59 .or ..50 de

Helicopter-like control action Blue Bonnet: Grade-- : 5.80 29
permits the pilot or the Flying
Boat to miake banks and turns -Dis t of0G.e he e0t 0be. n
at will, ard even fly over the .0 veJ. WjJ IJ 6,
shore above the trees, if he any purchase. made, diredtlyfrnthe Rire-
wishes. In addition, the forward SEAUX (ArtiboniteValiey). -.
and backward movement of -the .
control stick commands the rise Discount of 4 per cent on pur- Oias o -i r
and descent of the machine, so more of. ice
that the flyer can make a land-
ing within inches. of the desir- -.
Although still a young sport, -
Gyro-boating already promises HAITIAN PRODUCED -:RIC '
to be.a captivating new? advent- ..i A.
ure in water sports, accessible TO BUY HAITIAN PRODUCS
.. y.LI..,,,d ~'J^e TO BUY.-.HAITIAN:.rao01E[S t
to young and old, for g"Tatep -
enjoyment of.the great outdoors.
Here is your cane to intro HELP-DIRECTLY IN STABi
duce this exciting new sport in .
your area. It is healthy, exhi-. THE ECONOMY OF THE COUNT
laratuig and loads of fun! -



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g a i n c n a s b g n o 1 a i a -T h a e 0 o y 6' -
er 16tho the1 abanoe ri1r:,ed
fomin ove 10 stanan waer trouh th saphir crsta

(coantwinhae ted thois ran
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Polaldsgaix cle to Miami Monday. Colone takenry aihe and tw ecaeso irgal ln,

pool winto te abandoned byisver-bd
sales~~~~~~tho thi theug sapher WetcrHmysetausiglcndnvin
alfeh ae agoon watocer
Alberican~~~~la Conspl bredin Douglas forele plane, corai awaoutoohhnc f hnin h

ariaerliing mosquitioes

to thDUSadlheJ an Gsein (troue drepantd. Orintal' Soe)ndingadii odriigte
ther nnet an mot sccesfu sesonin ait...Max Fobr arWea. iompleabted, te drain-g
bate ton brief Ctoribea touatr to in vua-cato -nd KitoCnada Hardwiwl eaot1.5klmt h oaosapiecytlR 8

N oad -few tok.- o M ai.t Mou Find say.-. Colo nel ov re efni Fand, tw ectres l ong w ith an la ndag ndephe ns t aeb e

dtcr Chiet) affind s ar e 'o ntKuemlaing v are bond ho atre vactio habitable ou
u ofam Chis I'e.. Are e n it e Valle y.rcso trc rurpat

Adurew Sth. Gseioliay., whOble' ame worthld rno we peno and Econoi thes. pmo f o n

Port Mn d ( enur ouk set-thre Rio h -ti wee on Liehiotsapi s egn contd. The' ltackt mfsalaity bredicng
poolsrae..Poxoe irr are i okn wil the erect neesit by a o moaeval

sale's~~he cobie pt thog theonfusingper Psh
Hessan~~~~~~~~~~the~~a fr igo ~ oc eald-hi ekta i on-aecesh water. -agon sigentioke
ryws. tfe irlst tond a c Gneolgite -ound: Urnitedtonaess and ed of rad- hae7due7hee
go Thissdo topog ahntn. radIfr ireHd.etvns fo r ojec asstandse
couertc weConsul Hugh Douls three quaenr poudsne, Joeal Fian ..admde moe dffiuttets
hre e, toisit wHle A ahear s hasidte torip tof hisgort aud Purince et ralisig..od ti oftanyge as anXNS LE AAS N R E T L
vacation.-..ster co-.astal afe trohie ants wotf then area, btoig.t
catch a glistip of their fifte~~~eno (Metey long tw manaerwde,tossI utfcto ftepooe N ITEERP
h'P b arc t eir h isor Seone ca nc s tot lead :ave taexo u homecm ain o la sa d ga t
-c.pathiculr lvn conditiouts." s
tol~entytw, s... T e 16 ah tosin -tproup depoarted. t eafaiy gfssac ol aet e al
thirn mrywofihineh anoot ucsfu imseisonmn in Ca Haiti enMx afternored on lthed rcpnts' draiaen
a is h batck o aode o rfuter fling vacatiomntoCana enuatnd. tay, wil beveloumet 15.5 klmthehira apie rsa..Ff24
Nlew York.. Pint Fackour aFranes aore takn ovrtngtwthe then .Fam-l eores. alon withentiaveal dphgem.it aebrline Teoa lo"
Beudet~~~~~~~~~has~It hardnes ieosioe Supase renlde Delle afe te wo t ed wil b h d vlp
man ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o 1.6h mel e h ean fDsslnsadgv i e t eorhsa.reglcsd figsrt doe itadl
Sen buwn.. prvt ciin salonu.. eThaton tehnSa ase
bertsitac ando Witic itiite only bthtote. dia ond.ll
Reide.Chief)ad TMrs mTgane' coverustory bound fopr-a vaatonyn in siuon neesaru-o willh cheis GR y oLNu T USrF A T
we growthii otherrs you sad ede at
Parice ar -ri to figure ouPutwo e ata ea a.Ti h niinlresid n :Ur ge s toc-o thic triu phan

thAntreratioa George win New a~ wor fe ld rn oe nowith o ha isn Sutthe In thei -et e6 year s L A -a the ofica miitr move-I
I" e IaI Io mu a ", Iy I Intyne. -ow "b h ue1 a 1. 1,ann lii .S re WS bevte 4.mngl 8c.
coverage '6ici te. aol ne Rene Flutorill its th-, en ase d. .ft ough s Ied Contanued from page 1)R gol P figureda
Poto *ona today to atten fori two a miepotogah ica cou irs e n "The hih Mr lack Voftbilt h asend chos
Thein Beautifu Amelreae a ndD amy rfi ersmortl ha nouncred speial -in ut in .-a h non-playi Ca t henfo
kelgec smerrates... Military AttPiere ofb French~ woth'as g-n Wh the erctaecsityitoamaccommoathbyte alpcalln n iael r
dupannfing. Htoia yealydealn
ongh of nra Phiom lipe- to icuade as nigh stadiu fo bouting anit.
Thewidw o Coone. Atoie Mltior ithinfnt hilrenwhen to p ed licat confusinge B U, .B OI RB.I
.~~~~ give 50Ioud pesi 1hswe. h. mutr fwetp ultplciy fch26 Ameica atid- Seilaragmnscnb md ofyi n
a argeXe scne ws foi'eng ohi wdoc~eekat this weepkrthant his Acunt- agecie withi a~ig 'plaler nare co irton andie h thrw
r uye. Le Ma~ ttin rn publi iizg tigues yfoungUiste Stes -avn d seen 'ea br-oadily have..ted uced a t hend. f
--Amb'zis tatd r torGnce Whas bioughtonly. Might pissaries Hu dir- eTiENNIS', of MOS Aluo Avolwne ag stn

r t dale he it co sid re the. irinedoe no h ve nyanhd- mad more diffcltN th ts
car- tellah on at th e h ando this eeivasuare ponda seonra Joe Frihiday. I ntiqorG a m a e fo r e fC
leter ame viHaletharkas" haelothengtow of. Marigero h soundpabljoct gacamin
oG.Eqdui4 t, est receta airliea strocikeg. thqie' n Sat ephfr nt o d iy to-ro O !-$ .0prdiypn .0tsprml
returing hoe,, byi faifteeln, eer~ti long two meer wtide, torsos 'Injstifiction Fof the proonse -AND LITTLE- rwe hs1EUROPE.
ro fm Carrtres St.i No.cir Severa Iprse have INtaD IAS ken po- omintinRf lanic rat

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A heavy fog frustrated the ef- sibility, caused by heavy fog, -
fort of British Ambassador Mr: made their task impossible. (Continued frmm page 1) abovep-metiloned Departxfedtt"h.se.o r00 August 8n..-..p... -_
Corley-Sndth to establish the ex- On a side trip to Plaisance Monitor No. 14 --'Feb; 13, 1961 also beea deposited. Inv. the-"o& -ai7Y e,- .
istence of a large species of and Pilate Mr Ashton picked up In compliance with article2-.2 Ife-of-Me.Wmy Donyon, Nte ..' .. l...
ice d, J~Rll,~o-e, w EDuo,.Nt A .Fd'ay_. .:J.
Haitian hawk that is reportedly several Epidendnum-cinnabarin-, of the Decree of August 28,19S0, in-Port at-Prinq .:.-.-.e".PO C -- .{ -. "...".-e. .
tie size oI an American Eagle. nfs while the Ambassador not- it has been brought to the t a at-ol iil .op&t ui dei' the, e' ---".. : 7' -c:," .
The bird in question is supposed ed the presence of Cat birds tention of the public that bet- neut- of TITLEI m of the De- O
to inhabit the craggy height of common in neigliboring- Jamai- ween Messrs mand Meadames.Jo-
the Puilboreau mountains in ca and the U.S. Cattle'aegrette seph O'Connell, .Tos-pi i ary' CAP MUST BE tO NE CTED}
North Haiti. that numbered'a7dozen or more, Romeo Barella, Linde -OCona- (Contnuiedfrofd' pag. 46 -. ,
Bird-Watcher Ambassador Cor- half a decade ago, are now to ell; Charles'Ca-roll, Mary Ca- more, prove'President Duvaeiets'--Government'sCc rn'o
ley-Smith and Orchid gatherer be seen in the thousands roll, Else Breuvell, Richard satisfactioni to the CAp'- tEibpeople, ... ., ."
Horace Ashton speqt two days amongst the rice paddies of the norr and Fred Blahosky, it has -In thisnmailer, body .Ignoresrthat.-he first step is. aad e.i
noe orpora -I tis atter,"noohati e. ;steplis,,et .." .a-w gtn
tramping the area but low vi- Artibonite Valley. been organized a Stock Corpora. most difficul.-.We are convinced that the. -establish ment f ,....r
tion called "AMIRIAITI INTER- .
NATIONL".-The Corportion e wi t the o side'-wi be followed-b many o-thers,.provi ed .
has its main office located at at the lneested parties-do not lethemselves irlun e y
Port au Prince, Haiti. The pur- particular conditions-and agree 'to be guided by )i es reme : -
pose of the Corporation is to as- ot public service. --.---
sure the regular air transport- Our camr aign has no other Wn blt t6'bedefuil t6,thi ffin
H-0 T E L ation of passengers and freight a btt euIul to4.' the..- Haitian -
aion o passenger nd eiglt community and to-the actual government-winch is d course,
according to a schedule establ- d. ,:. '-,.
EVR NGTI Aiied behveen the-administra-l inLereted iit our fellow citizens' progress and welfare Thew.,. e
EVERY NIGHT IS A se cve h~didts
tion aid the Corporation to ser- Northern ,Department-is canfideitly-awatdn 'othe futu."eldei
WONDERFUL ve Port au Prince, New York, -%sins of the President.- &wti f "-
NIGHT AT EL RANCHO Mami, San Jun, and British LE NOUVEAU MONDE, Marrc t .-1; 1961
THE PLACE TO MEFE West ildies. The Corporation .

IMondaye- Festive Barbecue And
Revue Intize
TUESDAY-A Special Floor
WEDNESDAY Feature E~ntert-
THURSDAY -"Night Of Love-
liness" Fashion Show
FRIDAY "Eva & Ernst's" Spe-
cial Dance Party With "La
Petite Jo"
SATURDAY "La Ronde" Night
Club With Gala Floor Show
SUNDAY Orchestre Coumbite
And -Game Nighi

will have the possibility to op'
rate non-regular air transport-
ations between several points of
the globe. However, the Cdmpa.
ny shalt not be permitted to en.
gage in air trafficfromn one
town to another within the Re-
pubjic of Haiti without a spe-
cial author ization of theGovera-.
The Corporation can create or
administer_ enterprises having
same characteristics as regards.
its main activity and in general
make all commercial transae-
tions authorized, by the laws of
the Republic of Haiti and eoe-
cution of which- wonld be-deem-
ed necessary for the good oper-
ation of the Company.
The Capital of the Coiporat-

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ion amounts to TWO HU`TNDRED
constituted as follows:
lo)-The sum 'of ONE HUND-
C a ri a4 II U a ak RED AND NINETV- nnLLAR

CU (U U- U flrepre
Club share
TI New
I ke l 1e.
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OPERATED BY. dea(sT6Pda--TouR5 eTh
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sending the value of assets.
ibuted by the founders,. de- a "
on made from relating iu.
,es representing ONE. M ""
each and consisting in an- ." --
Lne bought from '%Airline .
agement & Investnment nc" -.
or N.Y. des.ribed-as :. ,
%s in the deed of sale:: .
e "749 A Lockheed Const- Nt asoapot
on --SeriNoal- N2615'Two--H.r. : i t'
*'power eggs, 'tgether- with, -w duling- -r -nZ 9 i., :.
ellaneous parts.'tek ., "8----- ti s'xp,:i
-.- np6.- sve K~
calchzng sq
-The sumof TEN -THOfS- ..: .
DOLLARS in cash di-ded H"" -a
ONE HiUTNDRED shares- or RemeeMbrrassing
:UNJRED ED o L0LA s a 9 ndruff Jr'm otf-lbth hairFi nMn
-dn- c al trplo"rf .
e shares- will be beater -
ks The share wvill be takeih -.
a stub register. it sha Yes, "oaping"' yournair 'with : "" --
isigied by the. even fine iqi. o ody" creaml -. -,
etar and -1the ofes shampoo lea-es. dulling :
poryo. treasurer .irt.catchingfilm.ald aU9-
-wiith a uw ingredint.; otzaius
re rota! amount M sum has no soap, no :stic kyl. 1 .
subsberlb by the found- ThuseHalopifies h -6 haiir A.
-Thui esr6s. r n4l-"b = |ro
-the ye f irs 'ih vo,, -.iei t .'
e deposit-of-~ copy _of tIhe forHl0m-lericas: .. l
,aws- has-favorite shampoo-oday .... A A
aw has been regularly
o to the Department-of Cornm- .
e and -Industry Another0o. .:
a the end of wi h .ha e Halo reveals the hidden bn.
Pi th dpo st effected to X.. -..t:
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-uwidaiMABEH. 26th, 1961

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Thbe President OrdeKrs The Drhr s
-*-*".'.Rele se "-","


.Ever&3o Te fliebers the re-
cent'. accident that tok place at
thie.corner of Rue des Casernes
and Avenue Jn-Jacques Dessali-
nes., Following this accident Mr.
,~lois Maitre. was* hospitalized. at
St Francois de Sales, where he
\ is on his way to recovery.
\..The chauffeur driving 'the Car-
refour'-camionette that collided
,vith Maitre's. car, a Security
.,.ly.,a car,- was arrested and
S" nto lail. .

cense:., and .,bit thle- Pr.eident's
car. When the" "poor-driver" re-
cognized.,the;-Chief of the Nation
he-,wante-t to escape "-'Et ,9gen-
danre of. the neigh birhpod' ar-
rested him. The- Presideit smil-
ed .when ., he heard the 'driver
yelling ,,"I do not have a licen-
se". President Duvalier paid for
his permit and also gave him
some money. "
Such spontaneous- gestures de-
k ..ln,.,

.. .. -serve LU UC IUWlu.'
:;csterday morning,. on an ord-,, Le Nouvelllste, March 18, 1981.
.L'"fom. the President, the drive ,
.pr was set free. The- Chief., of OALOOSAiB ATColii IN -POEp
Stath assumed the repair'expen- The US. Caloosahatchee-a U.
ses .bof the Palace car amounting S. Navy Oiler is. spending the
-td'p,200,, weekend in-Port permitting li-
*-Such- gesture is in the. habit berty .to its 14 officer crew and
,..t thee-Chief of State... 247 enlisted men. -
,iSometime ago, not far- from Captain J. M. McDowell is
* St Franois de Sales, a chauf- Commander ,of the Caloosahat-
*feur was driving without his li- chee. "

D" SAVE UP TO 70-per cent ON 4
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(Continued from page 1)'
lory have loosened: up against
our will. .-

,.odlay .Alfrica finds itself li-
berated in ,great. bart following
the already more than century
liberation. pf yiur country. The
example that Haiti gave can
only be a great encouragement
for us who, are at the opening
of our independence. -The only
difference between us ,today is
that at the end of the 19th cen-
tury and at .the beginning of the
20th your century had been look-
ed upon by colonial powers as a
dangertijiw example for their co-
lonies-to follow.


Foreign Minister To Visit Africa
And Oradle of ls Framily
It is a happy thing, .as I have
just learned, that your Foreign
Minister Mr Joseph Baguidy)
has_ decided to go in the near
future on a trip to Africa and
notably to Dahomey,' which is
the cradle of his family." The
echo of the reception, reserved
for me on my arrival in this
marvelous island will be con-
veyed to" my Government before
he arrives in my country. It is
after all the dawn of .the recep-
tion that .will be reserved for
him by the whole of Dahomey
and particularly the whole fown
of Savalou, formerly Capital of
the kingdom where the Baeui-

: "We have the benefit today of dys reigned for years.
a contrary feeling that de-colo- In closing I want now to thank
nialized Africa- should deserve all the authorities that took the
the help of its ex-colonizers even initiative to Have me come here
that of powerful states like the very simply. That I would say
United -States of America and in all- fraternity, it is that feel-
the. Soviet Russia to help-Afri- ing of cordiality which-is guar-
cans better their human condi- antee of the excellence of the
tions. It is there, a sign of the relationships that must link our
time that we must meditate two countries and Lfeel 'at ease,
comparing our country to yours already in thinking that the few
and my ambition when I will, days I am going to spend here
in the name of.my country, open will be for me, escutcheened in
here -our, Embassy,- would be to such a way as to keep an ever-
cooperate -with Haitians, my lasting "souvenir"."
cousins, so-&'-at a just compen-
sation may be done to thank
them of having been for so long SPANISH-ENGLISH-FRENCH
the "cobayes".. (guinea-pigs) -in TRANSLATOR
the experiment for the liberation SECRETARIAT WORK
of Africa." Contact HAITI SUN.







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