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:L VOL. IX StUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8th. 195t -No. 20 PORT-AU-PRINCE,

I TS MARDi GRAS TIME'
I10 MARDI rGRAS TIME';


iyFrozn Turgeau to Saltrou,
9s Mardi Gras and the Nation
J letting off steam all the way
Ibn the Ruelle. It's Mardi-
ras time in Haiti.
Politics have been forgotten
aS the Telediol will l.e drumm
g a different tune for the
lest. three days with; every-
thiet days tl
wy devoit'ed to Carnival 1959.
51The Carnival parade itself
Selects the present economic'
iression with' the absence
. many beautiful' floats, but
hb.indomitable spirit of the

":'T. T. T. WithlI hIS
c Own Point I-V
I'-:- ;Proigram


Atherton tee. 'With his new
.," invention'

. A guy that's been every place
seen almost everything, va-
jies his charter membership in
lie TTT probably more ihan the
Leeorationash be has accumulated
bom three foreign governments.
FTTS, if you don't know,' iare Ty-
jical Tropical Tramps; they are
costly Americains and Britishers
it include also many Germans
d 'other Europeans that ca-
ally meet, first perhaps in Ho-
iolulu,' then again in Manila'
id perhaps the next time again
Kuala Lumpur. Then you
ri find them plane-mates en-
,qte perhaps to Tegucigalpa or
uayaquil. Tbhey know how to
;t things done and get along
Tropical countries.
'Atherton Lee started morp
lan 40 years ago as a-magna
lude from the University
f California, saw eight years in
e sugar industry in the Ha-
ajiaii Taslands then more sugar
pt the Philippines with a year
Japan, and later the China

I.(.(Continued on. page 16)


.Parade Confined
STo Blvd. Harry
SS. Truman
Haitian people is in evidence..
IN THE CAPITAL
The festivities ith the Capital
this year will be concentrated
in the Cit6 de l'Exposition,
and the public will. gather on
Boulevard Harry S. Truman
to see. the spectacle. An official
(Continued on page 15)

Chaiuffeur-GuSdes
Assn Back
SOn The Miap
President Franlois Duvaier,," ThIurs
day, declared the Chauffeur-Guides
Association reconsutituted, in a ires-
ponse to .thp .drivers who organized
3 anifsaestafion to express, their sa -
tisfactin with measilres- taken by
the Government,, to prohibit hotels
to. operate tourist shops.7. :.
S.thauiffur. Guerrier on"'behalf of
hMs fllow-drivers thanked the Pre-
sident' for thie recent measures
-taken in the domain-of .tourism.-...
In 'resi ondig, the.Chief of .State
made important, declarations'saying
ht.his, gq.vernmnt, kor-.of the
peol0, knows the heeds and th, .
aspiraions of the je6ople which'it
willU: defend against the attacks' of
the three .Chenapans,: congos and
e-azy proltAarians who 'are league
together i foreign -land' against
th' o.ernment 6f e Oe'people.. the
President further 'd&Jlared, that.the-
mntvere'fiettamelnl whiflgftade 4*
,May 25th. and a &July. 29th. and
ire today tina. to cpntrary the
action of the government in favor
if the masses ... ;...
.Vons &tes'moi ef je' suis .vous.;,.
President Duvalier significantly told
the drivers. (You are'me' and am'
vou') in pointing out.the ties of so-
lidarity.
.When Chauffeur-Guide Hdnri Maer
ceron spoke expreisini their grati-
tude for the recent ban on hbte)
S (Continued on page 15)


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GLASS OF '42 PLEDGE
ALLEGIANCE TO -GOVT.
President's Reply

Officers of the graduating classic
of Haiti's Military Academy, this'
weeks, during a' reception' at the'
home of Lieumenant-Cotonel Roger IT EVEN COSTS MONEY to jdin 't
.Tribi6;, pledged allegiance to the go- gourdes to be members of a Carniva
verument of President Frangois Du- week before the YOYO headquarters"
valier. President Duvalier attended young gave 6 to 8 gourdes to be mem
the reception offered in honor of music. '"
.the eleven officers in active, service.. -..--- .-
In his speech on 'behalf of. his .. -
fellow-officers, General A4m...taff Belafonte Gives
member Colonel Tribi6, stated that 1"000 Dollar i T.'bi
they .were ieady "to -take their Cres; H a tii ... t.ia.l
ponsibilit4s degepdmjdibthe cols .' ..P ..-ie i.. -h
.... !' P_. 00 ,,- ,. .. .. ..., "
try .against. tlbo :d~es` @.r'.At. Singer Harry Belafonte who
place the peace and -secuiit.f the .^ b<;e .i-
country -n'm danger: at preeisely the aa,'to ,h .; i ve v-
^.r .A .. r* Cfliil should. he takend late-
mom.ent we.. ,'Go 'enmmt Econo, Q..i" ,. o. .-*. ".. :. '
.lintn~r gtitigyihW asil Decln- ;w
nie Mission is "'i.'s -_ a- i Declning toi- sig at aW
J'eingtoin. ..i" ":r. *.--. h a.':' i.. tc'harh1 y hba in.Gap lOiN
esienr ''p, odig' '.hb-re h. "- "rensp"n- "' Harry"
-declared: In tihe hour .of danger dne; be-f'..i
you wil not be alone to take the -...,. --..-t;d h ; f $. 0 :..-
responsibilities N i hai be'"at-y.'r the opit a -liere. -': :. .
side as -a simple 'itizei '.as WelCC'C Ta'vUingwii-h i swfe.,nmo-i
""(Cpntmed'n. page ..n):' .er.-aw. nd -n -d ,he
Drive For Honeymooh, Trade".

The 'Spettheadgd By Noustais
7The urgent neea to find $35, Casino owner .ozlv,' pledg'edi
000,P90 for. advertising inmhe. a contribution of, $2,000.00..on
p,u.'lcations in' e United Stat-, '-.:(coftinud.on page 3): "
'es and, Cinada to attract hohdy- -... ." '" ,'
mbners to Haiti was brought -
'.uty. lEliaa tn. Mne.St._ ieNam .e'.:
address to. members of the. mn MiniSter To -Belgim
,ernawtiial Club of Cobmnerce .,:Mbdamez' Lucienne Heu-te- -
-during Wednesday's luncheon. Idl Estime, widpow of the late
.uThis money will Have' to be former President Dumarsais1
found within eight days if the Estim6 (1946-50),4iws appoint..
publicity necessary to, attract ed Envoy Extraordinary.'Pleni-'
honeymooning couples for the potentiary to Belgium.. ,..
Spring and. Autumn .seasbn. This is-the first time 'in the
Mr Noustas told the member. 'history of Haiti that 'a womgn
' The proposition was so en- his been '-named to suchl'.a
;thusiasticall .seconded that diplomatic post.. -. .


NEW PSYCHIATRIC'
FIRST OF ITS KIND

DREAM COME TRUE .
FOR-Dr. LOUIS MARS Dr KLINE THE
His Speech HONOR
Every day the international Nathan. S. K
press, with the imposing means In .tle services
of communication available to the Jewish 'Holy'
it, sends to the four corners of occurs the -: question
the world neivws of the invention is t&is night differ
of fantastically powerful war the other nights .of
weapons: atomic submarines, SimilArly I would
atomic-bombs, hydrogen bombs, what way is this da
cosmic rockets, intercontinental Erom other days of
missiles; The list .grows daily. The answer, I beli(
Large nations boast of their on this day wie are
new powers of unequaled des-,, the very highest h
truction. But are we aware o You may woridei
.he truly great peaceful works that a physician w
are being carried on through more than ainythh
_the efforts of human charity? be called to treat
Where is the press which prai- famous patient ii
(Continued on page 2). continuedd on


CLINIC OPENS

IN THE WORLD


Ir
HIGHEST

line, -M. D.
for one of
Days there
n In what
.nt from all
the year?)
Sask, ,In
ay different
the year?x,
eye, ..is that
celebrating
onpor.
r what it is
rould value
ig else. To
a rich and
i an-honor;-
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SOUNDS DEATH KNELL
FOR .uMISERABLE
#PONT BEUDET
26 American Medical.
Personalities Attend
Inauguration ,.

President Doctor Francois Du-
valier' and his career-nurse .wife.
presided over. Friday dedi.e-
Lion of Haiti's new Psychiatric
Institute, built by funds from :m-
three American drug companiese "
and the first such,, clinic in the..
world in which, treatment of the6
mentally 'ill will be based pri- ... ,-.. ,.- .,
arily on drug therapy. Anestil-.Matse 'vwo " Foreign Minister Doctor Loufis' rqPes and alsoehicl'ftom
-. for sat-in.-M -
Mars, for many years. Haiti'sion- fwot sastr a S IuIb.
with Pastor Wal. iTniblSI,8
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henc "ts rs ,it.sfP1 ; pU 1i. ",do-p'anions min the the second phrase won
4l"d. 'A uJ .te n .au .re t istggle, and a handful of how gauge the true value
t" I"e. ...y. o...." e ees,., .achievement
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l .. b te.n.ajtclb, or a Ii acquainted with Beu .
f, #, 'i'019$,6 w.er mj psychia- Mr. President
7 'olLm atraWMg- in, Parise.' Filled Excellencies
i.-ii'mn-n9.a9s $Y2 enthuuiasnm .1 caled the
1wjJ*1 ^.p. qttinf~twn of thff press and pu. M-y Dear American Fric
X'-A--chtvith*; 2p 14i'&to the situation at feUdet. Lcadies and Gentlemen"
:* ,..L.. .. ^ i ..... ....Y lcues at ..P.ort.au-.
P.a 'a.d otherr provit a'. ci. I am not being ac
....on o'i..tl 'ein .es'and-.in lectures Af'the Fa- when I tell you of the
example of humanity is cuhy of Medicine and the Ins- emotion which takes hol
iaftly'ioo rare;'-'nuidm& tittude. of Ethnology, I stressed upon stepping into this ni
aces stilll exist in miiaiy -the immensity of jthe evil.- chiatrie Institute:' the
tle w.w,4' x ...here. L" n 1 943, with the "help- of a' the world to'devote itself
mankind is needed. few friends, I founded tbe Ligue exclusivelyy to the treats
eogipnl t.'Of .. ia f Nationale dHyjiene MenilO. mezital disease through
pgy. o Nii a tional "
utpts that far frQmm (The National Mental. Hygiene- 'of drugs: -.
t,.Belgen-Belsen,. -.d League). Scepti- 4f alj persua--- My emotion is doubly
wrad, al..ut.lt. ety ions predicted. the failure' of ted: .first, alone I procei
from the Capital (Port the undertaking. A handful ',of to. the darkness of infi
i); .t;tee exist Beudet-. .'Judet1 where agd gooa wilL And since that 'mien dared to join me al
is ion.iall1a'diorned iby, time, what do we see toiay,? port' me-in a very b ar
lnerty :,'tOpical- a-:. The work of saving the insane paig to defend the ur
a-. 'Prsor
t.tdf:...thaP 2.'2:',.emeiiI 'ias it not.;survived lander and viledged and restore
Ioti'm.in> Vten. .other obstacles. sopie measure of human
'i. ly' iter On ,this. day.of pageant y..
iu'.ts. gaii95.t-'h.'t'haqard- which, will witness the birth of Secondly among .al the
t.be weather. Patients a new institution an'-institution shared my then unci
f. alead old; on.day:' to transform' B4dot, 'dream for a psyeiatric-I
S"in.ng.: gr/daually~;-. could"I but -express smy trade and in broader terms sha
a. :.'o .feciape d .evotdd- thought, I'wbould write' a cou- dream of 'a radical edia
er visit.the-paki'. 'at plet, the firt phrase.ofi which hnman conditions there
-A pyc.tria-t his ,% ui- .would express my complete jody; a enfinent1 specialist in


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.ew Psy-
first in
f almost
nent of
the use


cal medicine wbb worked stre-
nuously to find solutions to me-
dical problems. His real concern
was government to which he
devoted himself, and which still
remains flthe consacreted mis-
sion of his life. Yet he made
Ethno-Psyohiatry. then in its
tqddling clothes, bhis holjby,

September 22, 1957 was the
eleir answer to what Destiny
had been whispering; you must
have' guessed the name of the
man concerned: Dr. Francois
Duvalier, who was raised to the
highest post in the land by a
dynamic decision of tlbi Haitian
people. The mission, I' fiepeat
again, is the redemption of the
Haitian masses burdened with
disease and misery.


Inotiva I -am not surprised that to-
eded i day the'Chief of State accepted:
eded in ... ..
erence the invitation to pride over
Iterence i ,
the inauguration ceremony of
roup .of the .
S the Psychiatric Institut; a man
nd su. who for twenty years cbncentra
rd chm ,
d ci. ted his efforts on the salvation
dep ri of underpriviledged patiehta. A
Aem 'to
.dig mn .who, in spite 'jif hiis nume-
a digni. .
rous preoccupations,, pesonally
S interested himself' in. th'" redali-
zalion of this project, .to make
9mmon .
spital it a model for our hemisphere.
hospital .
redmy I equally bhail Mrs. Simone
nge in Ovide& Duvalier, a career nurse,
loomed who Was 'kind enough to accept
tropi- the Honorary Chainrmansb,1p of


the Organization of Volunte
Psychiatrists. .q
Tad7y the miracle hah be
me a fact. The Institute opeAR'
its doors to mental patients with
in the frame-work, of the Gene,
ral Hospital and theFaculty'"o,
Medicine a sign of integratidZ
in the medical sciences. '1
Both students and doctrCi
will understand that neither o.t
them has labored fruitlessly;." (
magnificent institution is bein1
handed to-'us so that we mat'
build a collective work a comnji
mon good whicl- must bei'dedi":
cated to the greater glory 1
our country; and all of us mus
contribute without hesitation..,
SMinisters, priests, ed.eator|.
will join us to make it'an edu
V .;
cational'center of great prestige?
We shall work. out .-the salvatio.AI
of mental cases on a small and:'
large scale of retarded' stidentrw
and underdeveloped minds, andct
teach mental hygiene to the-I
People, ', "
Research denthusias, who would. |
like to investigate the hinmanI
personality with us, "study- iB
mechanism they wre all wel0o
me in this center where the
will be organized lecm.es ara.
courses aH la:a- .an d foreign:.
specialistl <;;" ".** '-* *' .
Tile *yk. itjeli -reainsaafl.W
international .t, and', to ".-oj
benefit. -.. "'*
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.SUNDAY, FEB-. UARY 8t.. ,


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A, FEBRUARY 8th.

SQUOR DEALERS
I.: HERE O0
PMAURETANIAt


11 VISITORS IN HIGH
'SPIRITS AS THEY
S OBSERVE
ARBANCOURT BOTTLED

,,800 liquor dealers on the S.
.Mauretania -spent a day and
half hsre recently and had
busman'ss holiday at the Bar
arbancourt distillery.
rrhe dealers, members of the
metropolitan Package Store
nation, were on an annual
6ie and Liquor Convention
'gse, leaving New York on
fuary 21st for St Thomas
uracao, Cristobal and Kings-
Pm. Last, but longest, stop-over
|o their two-week Caribbean
Pt together was Haiti.
IThe Mauretania docked here
t 8 a. m. on January 30th and
.eighed anchor at 1 p. m. the
allowing day. With almost 30
urs in port, the convention-
irs were able to see more of
atthap Kiost cruise' passeng-
s. During the day, there were'
sits to Kenscoff, Pationville
d all points of interest in the
Ity. Ibo L66 and Le Perchoir
-kracted large-groups for lunch
Mi dinner.
.,BARBANCOURT
OPEN HOUSED
I.:On what might be called a
mbumaan's holiday, the liquor
iealey attended an open
house at the Rhum Barban-
icpurt distillery in Damien. Jean
ren was on hand to greet
e visitors and offer them
sitian hospitality in liquA
orm.-Acting as, hostesses for
iie day were Mms&Jean Gar-
.ere', Mine Albert Weiner and
me Robert Castera-
From 10 o'clock in th-e morn-
[g until 6 p.. m. groups of vi-
ior* were served with Barban
,urt's famous rum punch and
given pa sample bottle and re-
hook.
:;:Louis Gardere, 'manager of
Fle distillery, and Paul Baussan,
pjbic relations man for the
conducted visitors through
..h distillery and chatted with
them about rum and Haiti.
I'A familiar face at the party
as Cruise 'Chairman Abe She
iro. He and 'his wife have vi.
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E'J.Pp EXPIRESS MARCH 31, 1959,


1959 ((HAITI SUNm .,.-,G

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kItSPONSE TO HIS HONEYMOONERS& DRIVE BUSINESS
I (continued from page 1)


the spot and was followed by
several other businessmen who
pleged sums ranging from
$100.00 upwards.-
The Club then decided to
form a special committee that
.would. meet .the sarne after-,
noon at the Chainberoof Com-
minerce to put Mr Noustas' ex-
2ellent'idea into practice.
Mr Noustas, owner of the
iLa Belle Cr6ole enterprises in
Haiti, told members that iost
of the branches, if not all of
the. national activities, are be-
nefitting from Haiti's touristic
business. He said that com-
merce an industry were bene-
ficiaries of the tourist iindus-
try and that all should contri-
bute to the common good and
support the expense of indis-
pensable publicity abroad.

sited Haiti so many times that
they have actually lost count
Mr Shapiro, who Was prominent
in arranging thd visit to the dis"
:tillery, .expressed his. apprecia-
-n for the hospitable r -
tion given to the dealers by
"vervone here. aHaitians,a hr
,said. rare notoriously hospita-
-le .nnd wonderful pa-'-
Gr-atly interested in tourism
here, fie suggested that efforts
be doubled to attract tourists.
cHaiti,n he said, "could be
the really top vacation spot in
the Caribbean.a
Mr Shapiro explained that
the Metropolitan Package Store
-Association comprises close to
2,000 package store dealers in
the U. S. Since 19.,7, they have
convened every year on. a
cruise. He hinted at the possi-
bility of a future convention
on land, if sufficient facilities
are available.
During the evening, the cruise
members were seen- imbibing
a large dose of Hditiarr night
life. Many aitbnded shows at
Hotel Choucoefie and at the
Casino.
Almost all of the cruise vi-
sitors were, on their first trip
to Haiti. But judging from their
comments and their obvious
enjoyment, they will be back.
Happily, as so often happens'
here, a short sip of Haiti created
P


a larger thirst.
The hundreds and hundreds
of brides and grooms seeking
the ideal honeymoon spot
could be brought to choose
Haiti, Mr Nosutas pointed out.
Over the past several years
honeymooners were given the
roy.l treatment upon arrival
at Bowen Field by La Belle
Creole's Public -Relations Offi-
cer and presented with a
bottle of Champagne.
The Hotel Association mem-
bers wishing to amplify the
initiative shown by the Nous-
tas enterprises -have already
agreed to offer a bottle of
wine and" flowers to honey-
-mooning couples to Haiti dur-
ing their sejourn.
Mr Noustas set up three vi-
"tal questions in connection
with the touristic industry, in
his speech to members, of the
Club International de Com-
-merce: (1) Are we interested.
in having a 12-ni6nth tourist
crop? (2) Does commerce in
general benefit from the tour-
ist dollar? (3) Does the Hai-
tian community in general be-
nefit from tourism.
He stated that the best an-
sers to this last question, :s
to the second is given by the
magistral stdiiy prepared by
the Caribbean -Tourist Associa
tion after they canvassed fif-
teen islands of .the Caribbean
including Cuba, Jamaica. Por
to Rico, Curacao, Trinidad and
the Dominican Republic. The
CTA report showed that the
tourist dollar was shared by
the community is follows:
S25% for lodgings / .
32% for food
6.8% for drinks
10.1'( for drycleaning and
laundry
12.2% for gifts and souvenirs
2%c for movies
3.5% for beauty care
6.6% for steamship an4 air
lines
1.2% for travel ,: agencies,
and -hauffe irs
0.2%. for miscellaneous pur
chases.
(The text of Mr Noustas'
speech will. be printed in
our next edition.)


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Port-au-Prineien
Graduating In
New York Bible
School

Mr Andr& R6ne of Port-au-
Prince, graduates from the
Watchtower Bible School of
Gilead, located at South' Lans-
ing, New York February 14 15.
The graduation Exercise will be
attended by more than 2,000
Jehovah's witnesses from the
eastern United States and _Ca-
nada.


Mr ANDRE RENE


.. -. X.;
Mr Rene will have: completed'
an advanced course. .:t.ie train
ing center of Jehovai's'witnes-.
se -and will 'return to Haiti to.,
serve as a'missionary. -. "
Mr R06. is t14 first spn of
,he late Mr Alfred -Ren and
Mrs Elis4 Ren6, who live .in-
Port-au-Prince, Ave. Dessali-
nes. ,
He' took" a keen interest *;iizi.
the public, educational .worki.
of Jehovah's witnesses. In 1954
he became a full-time minist,
in the Grand Rue Congrega4,'
tion of Jehovah's witnesses M.,
-.4 ",*'i ':"
Rene was -sent to Hinchd.I:,.
1956 where he was 'sudcessf
in' starting many Bbee
-It w's in 19,57. that he beca.pr,
a travelling representative'f-,
the WatchTower Socied ty in the
South of Haiti. L :.3.
Mr Ren6 is inr-a dass ofA3SI'
students from 53 lands.. The':
graduating.-class has .been as-p,.
signed to 54 lands. About..two-:.
thirds. will ,return to the@ir'l"h
meland to spearhead, the active,:
ty of Jehovah's withesses..thet6e.:
Mr Ren6 expects to leave-for::::
Haiti shortly after graduation.;.

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S. VISIT OF FACT

i': T. wo islands as different as
e y distant have been link
J-e y te assie of -xstter.
T4 o sucesothe '.!ale &f.
N Jw6e awd biriler in Haiti
thiy -qe rsdflte4 i the first.
visit % a special fact-finding,
-ait;--C.mmission team from
W tTto. $ New Zealand-.

R 1A-len Caid- Cham.dn
- or u New ZeaLand Dairy Pro
Sducti Marketing Coim 'ssion,
acccipanied by hirnl.po .S.-
-. le. manager Stanley. Murphy,
-a..d'E. J. Sutch, New Zealaed
STrade Commissioner for the
,.. Wet Indies, ,composed the
STride .Mission. \


*..
S" The fertile 2-island Domin
,f-jn of -New Zealand is. now
*ebishing a market for her
-....pidce in, the second oldest
.Rk6public in the Western.Hemis
pphiere Haiti, once.. France's
richest colony. -

With the local importer
Delmnar.'Phipp-, the members
Sof'the mission discussed the
Swhy's and wherefore's of the
:"local market. Their findings es-
"- tablisLhed that there is consi-
.derable scope 'for the expan-
s.io of6 New Zealand butter
le: i -IntroduceA here less
: than a year 'ago. the product
has already cornered half the
:market Consumers like the
high quality' of the. butter, .nd
Sthe. pripe is the rnmt, npaeti
^.tlve inzHaiti.

'.;:We'.are now very much in-
e.-lerested in. the development
:-o, f the mirkaiting of our skimm
Sed-milk powder which is avaA
S:..-able in New Zealand, at low
.,,--cfost price,. Sales .Manager
:Murphy stated.

S...Thii milk powder, 'he ex-
tMplainedM is used widely in tun-
-r der-developed. countries such
: as' this, for infant ,and child-
feeding as well as for pregnant
.-:m^others.. -
-'Mr. Murphy pointed out
that India, countries of the Far
.E.ast, as well as Jaimaica, are
'using 'this exceptionally high
m--in protein product which also
contains Vitamrin B.
* '-' .
7.: -In comparing the two islands
w: which have little in common
besides the terrain, the New
* Zealinders commented on the
terrific standards of the resort
.-. hotels here, praising the
French cooking as the ,tLe Per
choir, restaurant


The Mission which spent an
active weekend here stated
that they were happy to learn
that facilities for deep freezing
S':would be available. T h e y
: had learned that a company
' expects its installation to be
completed within six weeks.
This new facility which will
provide the fir-t re4' opportu-
nity for the commercial hindl-


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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8th.


TTER LINKS NEW ZEALAND AND HAITI


FINDING NEW ZEALAND DAIRY COMMISSION


ANZACS, Mr Candy, Sutchand Murphy Lunchinq at El Rancho. Mrs
Harry Belafonte and son -David are seen in the background.


ng of meats shipped Lo
Iaiti is an enterprise of the
Brasserie de la Couronne.
Mr. Candy, Chairman of the
New Zealand Dairy Products-
Vlarketing Commission s a i d
they were now envisaging the
possibility of shipping refrige-
rated cargoes direct to Haiti,
eliminating the costly tranship
meant via New York. This, he
pointed out, would be a consi-
derable saving to the peaple, of
Haiti.
Mr. Sutth who recently
came to the Caribbean areas
ar the first New Zeagand Tra-
de Commissioner with the
West Indies' Federation, said
bmside3 the fifty tons of butter
shippedd this'yddr': they lHope tot
open up markets here for tall-
ow lard and lumber- by-pro-
ducts
Newsprint from two new
mills is now 'available, Mr.
Sutch further informed.- He
feels there are good prospects
fore a elative dlncrease in trade
between Haiti and New Zeal,
and.


marked that his own p.opile
have no idea how well off they-
are of6day.
4Imagine working as hard
as some of these chaps do for
fdur shillings a day,,, the Kiwi
said.
- T h e .there-member Trade
Mi.;-ion left here February
2nd en route to Puerto Rico,
St.KJitts,- St. Lucia, AMitigua,
Grenada, Barbadoes, British
Guiana Venezuela, Curacao,
Panama, Ecuardor, Peru, Chili,
Argentina, Uraguay, Brazil end
then back up to New York.

About New Zealand
New Zealand is a country
that offers spectacular scenery
- W'rA rpifnid mountains 'to
caves lighted by glow worms --
and 50-cent steaks.
It has summer during our win
ter months, scones with rich.
cream at wayside tea shops, and
taxi drivers who doa not expect
tips.
It has geysers, boiling poolh
and mud volcanoes and very
orrdb eher. And sinpe Zane


Asked whether New Zes- e .-.. ---. -.
and might import Haiti's fa- Grey's time the country has
mous Rhum Barbancourt Mr. been tops for big game fishing ,
Sutch replied that he didn't hunting and king-size trout.
see why not, and promised, to NeW Zealand is building ew
investigate this. possibility. hotels and polishing up its. re- I
The Kiwis, as men from sources to make visiting easier
New Zealand are called, ins- while-maintaining its local fla-
peoted the harvesting of sug- vor. !
arcanr in the Cul-de-Sac VaUl- The flying route to New Zea- '
ey, s9?w sisal being decotdicat land takes you from the United
ed, raw how some 6f this coun- States W e s t Coast gateway'
try's close to four million inha- tErough Hawaii and the Fijis,
hitants live and were able to both interesting spots for stop-
compare it with their two-and- overs.
a quarter million, back homo New Zealand'lies just about
on two fertile islands in the Pa as.far below the Equator as th-
cific. United States is above it. SoI
What. Eppilled the New when it's winter here, it's sum-
Zealand.era most was the ero- Zealand.
-J~M_ imeIri-miinga trip to biaer in-.New Zealand.
n Time limiting a trip to It stretches 1000 miles from
the country to attend a voodoo north to south. It has to main
service, the visitors settled for ;i
a polished how ,t Hotel El land m ass e s, named simply
a pcolihe ow at Hotel ElNorth Island and South Island.
Rancho of chances and sonqa
- -n frc.m the voodoo rites. Auckland, the largest city, and"
Frllnw-ruects included Harry Wellington, the capital, are on
Belcfonte and his family. North Island. Biggest cities ou
Mr. Candv 'sid he- had ne- South Island are Christehurch
ver seen peooTe accept their and Dunedin.
me.eer existence with such Both islands are full of moun-
I grace and philosophy 'and re- tains. South Island-has the lar- I


gest, with a chain of alps, peaks
12,000 feel high, glaciers, and
fjords. It is here that you can
ski in die month, of July and
August.
North Island hias the famou,
thermal regions of Rotorua and
Tongari'o National Park. All
kinds of fishing and hunting
are good here. -And in this re-
gion the life of the Maori peo-
ple can be seen at first hand.
The Maori were the origiuial
New Zealanders and the explo-
rer Tasman found them there
'wlisn he discovered the land in
1642. Today there are 120.000
of these highly intelligent peo-
pld. Their rights and way of
life are jealously, guarded by
the New Zealand government.


At Rotorua live thousands'i-
that proud and ancient ra(^|
the Maori. Not unlike Hawai
ians, they are'brown, tall, well,
built, with aquiline noses anR
clean-lined lips. They are Po.l:,
nesians rVikings of the Sunris
bold peop.lc whose ancestors, z
the 14th. century, crossed li^|
ocean in seven canoes to th
green islands of New Zealandi
When the white man cam'.
-they fought him fiercely bg
cleanly, and indefeat they Madj
him respect .them. This was o'
ly a little more than a hundril.
years ago. Today they enjoy so"
cial, economic a n d political
equality with the white nmai
and tourists find their haka (wa'
dance) an interesting sight. --


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Berly, Nouvelle
Terraie Better Off
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has greatly improved as most
families have from one-hall to:
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to keep alive, in contrast todthe
aibsolt0te lack. of food in Aui
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Twoi hurricanes ainc'..-Hazel,
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1958 .left the people in, Bienve-
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Srairie, -Bongar, and- Berl scrou-
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'mel, TPrt-au-Priince and;r oTlhe
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:children _it&a.speasaant Better
"offthian themselves in the.Kens-
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the' Church W o r0ld- .Sd.yce,.
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FJIOM THE MISSION or. Mere talk will not
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duce the number of ilfhints, and to ., insections as inmpoRne4
tie mass moving of. populations P'oto Rico, the.Mi#sionq-tbu
to unused area like "the land could be used in .t.erracmg,
about Fort Libert. used in the manlifacture of,
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that public. fountains supplied .- '1
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'use. '";foreign-.'materiafs to elimit
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gested to prohibit t.-6, people; :for a "few ents, and f el4
cultivating on. slope'..too' steep' the present 'practice of f cdif
to terrace. Individuals refusing down t pa .reet : ob
tocon"ply" eduld be'obliged-'o tbeb hea6 t 'fiber's shhould:'be "i
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innovations he has created is
the practice .of sendingg a b.ot-
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isitor-to Haiti who,; hdapens'
S-bIe _.el'brating. a weSding
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{ASTRO ASKS
ACTION ON
DICTATORS.

nh indefatigable Fidel Cas-
w: Won a hero's welcome in
cast .Venezuela when he
ded the first anniversary
f'the, overthrow of thd Perez
enez: dictatorship.' ..
MORAUISUPPORT
At his El Silencio appear-
ce in'Caracas. Castro said he
I'i come to .thank VWneiuel-
0s for their help, to attend the
'veisary of their revolution
to tel. them .Cuba needs
eir:noral support t. He lauded
s.ezuelans for' their .aid with
4ti anid with tieir radio and
rs -'
Defending the 'executions. 6O
tistans'. b ..the new regime,
Castro said it support: rjti'
.m.d..not vengeaiice' In r :&
4. '- h ,.. I' .. ." ., .
'ung. his.; 'cbarg. Eih't-'T
.n...jress.' reported falsely.
3'ith1. new. government lie
i that this press had ign9rAd
'aista". killings,' .whict ih
6iih d "amounted *.to. about

oWli@n.'a listen er voiced critic'
'of Venezuela's" handitig of
'PerezjAimenistas, Castro re-
e Itsnot my 'busixiess to
Pe. Venezuela).' He" cob-
i6ud' d-his speech by aisking,
m* thesdid many timesO thr6ugh-
yut hi' visit, for solidarity bet-
een dCuba 'and Venezuela ....
Address'ihg the Venezuelan
|faftiorbl Congresstastro. call.
10.. .-r -a cdemnocrtic blc). ;to6
|e formnne in thb Organization
"f:American States that would
axpel:government~s of dictators.
SchPebople .have,,lost: faith in the
organization of Ameiican Stat
Phe "said. it served no pur-
rse at. ll .. .a. .
Ul; l Tu Y SThESSED

EGeneralissimo Triijillc :pf' the.
|bominican Republic is attempt
bg continental dictatorship),
6esaid, and is trying to extend
s hold beyond his 'frontiers.
R`:xHe expressed hope- that the
,iernments of the' Domini'can
Ppulic. and Pardguay would'
3If: Latin American peoples
iod together: he. sai-d .no dic-
tor would hve ea chance.
4l' belive In people,; he,here-
Sated again and again. ncThe
jle: ar, stronger'than arms
| stronger .than armies.s..
le' rebel .leader, who for
yearss fought his battle
inst Batista from the moun-.
of Sierra Maestra Provin
.paid tribute to .the Cubian
ble and said it would have-
: impossible for his men to


":: Dr FIDEL ."CA$TRO RZ ,-.
,., 'Speakig. at Havania, '
S: :, ,. _-1 N ,onfere e e .' "

.without the.: people's sup-
por .. '-. ... :. ". /
I. Venezuai should ever fall.
un.ler" another. 'dictatorshi,.
2astrp,'said, people here' could
:c.ount,.o.n arms and. money from
qubans. : '
But 4. .,,'added that he. did
not think .democracy would
wveakeri here." '.
STANDING: OVATIONS:
SCastro. said, that unity' of La-
tii Aimeidan peoples was the
ideal f .'Sim5n Bolivar and
.other: Latih American heroes,
and that if; they were alive to-
day theyy w6uld be disappoint-
ed 'to see1'the. rvisions among
these peoples. ..- "
SSpecifically;' he 'suggested
that' visas between. Cuba and
Venezuela b4"- :suppressed and,
that., there" b.;' exchanges of
large numbers, of students. '. -


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He laughingly mentioned the
possibility of Venezuel.an mili-
tary mission .being sent to Cu-
ba, adding, that he certainly.
would not oppose it. .
SMany' times during h is
speech congressmen 'rose to'
give him a. standing ovation.


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-, : (AFTER- GASOLINESN -.ICLAIR -: x :.

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Graduate Of.The American School ,, ';
Of Beauty CuiureOfChag: -
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R ENT 'A- DRIVE YOURSELF VOLKSWAGEN::'

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Highest honor NEW CUBAN AMBhASSADlRP iJsENT
.. : '..... .LETTERSIOCREDE -eE!El
BY'-DR KIANE PRESIDENT. Dr FRANC.01S& liYAiERI
V, (Copntinued from -pg 0 1)c

"but not the highest.
bTo' 'ab,' elected president., ol
a .i'nedilaI sbcietyis ahighh o'L.
nor; not "the hi ighedst. To
receive. 'a"oNble Prize, or;. Las-'
wlez award 'is also 'a.high'honor.
"but till-is not the highest. e
The'greatest honor a physi-
cian ca .be paid is 'to be asked
to care for the family',of' ant.
her physician. We tod y are,
rore,toud. to., have been-
ailowed to.,:,assist 'our fellow'
physician, HIS, EXCELLENCY
Dr. Frang'ois. Davalier,,'in. caring
for members of his own natio'
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a d a n g :, h i h w l e d .. '. .* .- '' .: *: *:* ... ^ .':4 ;: "' .' : -v:,:' :'.." ,
w e tare pleasedd with what .' -: .. .. .. ."U" "i '::: i" itei:".. :"
'Wai Excellency Am~assador ,Anioniq g~diges, dg. n.ts.f.a
has thus far. been done by.HIS .ona 'a w ..hi .t. a ..on. 'of Hat' nu. ';" pa:y b.i.. ....':"
cCEM] iieCY Dr: .Ls, Mars, loonars, iapst Weded a' rnm"nig, .a e he had: see ted cre.eilfs.to
Dr Oeniz,. and' i their. staff. President Duvalier.T & Abassdor is show bk. twen-'Mao'Claue
b. Mr. IMhngbones and the dpc- *aym0, Chie :Prsidea Gad .(lt)' .andnm Ci dCsvo ,'L.;;"-
,tor .:and'nurs es who trained Bagu iy3d. '4,:.:.. v t 7 A ',:'.
















inben inie'ohlpfit^ .": D ':,:, .,;,i,.~ k t I^ | ..^'.-M;W;Ji:" ;: "': :
at 'Rockland State' Hospital. ,., ... ..... .w.......
But1al f us,.' of 'P the '"presidents
of 'the.pharinaceutica '.houses,
SMr' :Ahgier'l Biddiie Duke?"and
t;stiffd or Medico, tr Staleay4
& Hri,,VI.Heymian ,nd .my-_.
self "hire' n c n ed"'ab ut
:"hat remains tobe 'done.thatp:
:what already 'beejii.ac'com'pish
ed. W ;expedt.ht -" o t6
'r eihsjei 'psyhiaris.
o r .', ."" ".' 7 : ,'". .: ,. n:. .r .R clt!hn i :taff to comne .'
hr : to help, .. that .f idA ,t&
help .'study.'the.: s ciologil.ef;-
*466cis-of~thb'. drugs `'w-ill"lepr-
'7'de&,,l y one of 'the fdu:oda-..
tdns "Ut ha we wiil. be: 'able to:
',s $6,-000.00 to 'help' fiish
.equipping. the. Haiti Ps yciaic
Institute a'idiqu'tl y,.ndat .- ... .'..::,- ,.and".....,- .t""hat'::: ..,.,.... ...
e .may.,'be able. to find.. sup- Cuban AAmbassador Roirigaet dhats wth. aiti's Chiefo;.f
.nstitute d at' ly" and that ,' ", :" .. """ ". ": ":'
b4ildn and pe:'son solemn audience in the. green 'robin" o .the Nhtlo."a.,'ia.ae e 'h
r"' other t .' f '.soij a. c presented, hi Credentials, last week, .'
5Mr RcdrIguez 'a long-lime. esident'd i0
i tr b .A "!"t .'" : "". '". "" ." .,
Coord'iator for-Dr Fidel CaWtroful. thnoi.,,wof 'WA enPL W'
We b that a new day '. .: -:. .. .':..
has dawned'.. ,.which will send. '- .'
-its shfson'tf health-giving l h Look Beagutiful' :Aud
into.: oeoft mostsomr Coiue .Facial'Massage," Mahii.u ..S
corners of flfe-in Haiti.'-- aiid. P"i 'a .:..". '"
event~afl1yf6r beyond'the bor '- At.'PeVtille's Modern New ..t,
deris of'Haiti, i6to equally .dark
carriers ih 6 lve u h Unhappy .- "," V .
e rner...in. ,es
.men an'd women in many other. B u : :
-inds.'Li aoncuding, let me re ''.. V
peat:.that' *e" iR feel honored. i:,
in' being irnvited'ato help iA this: B EAUA.'

significant..and%":.opeful enter-' .. '. ...
"'.se'" -- AV.E..PAN AMERICAN
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y tiati*p of a home maj~.iwash-
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NDAY, FEBRUARY 8th. 1

THE INI

WHO BY-F

I:, investing
SIn The Caribbean
'.The small and large Ameri-
Sinvestoir looking, for retire-
ents sites, or for resort hotel
enterprises, are finding good
respects in the Caribbean, ac-
Poording to Lee Karwick, Execu-
"t1ve Director of the Caribbean'
tourist Association.
The American public is in-
reasingly aware of the ideal
Mate, the leisurely life and
the outdoor living of sun, sarf
d sand existing in the Carib-
bean, which is only a few hours
rom the U. S. doorstep.
To en co u rage investment,
noat of the governments have
assed favorable legislation for
*he U. S. investor and each day
fpd .a new enterprise in the
Caribbean.
SMany of the Caribbean islands
ave tax holidays from five to
years for hotel .develop-
inent. Tax breaks are also avai-
b.le for pioneer industries.
C -Personaj income tax is low
r the purpose of encouraging
ericans to settle on. the: ii-
la.ds
Lame hotel ventures' are- in
regress in Aruba,-Jamaica and
erto Rico, and. ground break-
Lg ceremonies for the Trinidad
Rton Hotel were held on Fe-
ruary 6th.
V-


MAIN OFFICE

in Petion-Ville

SINCLAIR Gas STATION

Short Distance
from the Hotels'
S to Petion-VillUe


Phone 7436


Office in Port-au-Prince

Haiti Cherie

Next To RCA Building
opp. Royal Bank of Canada
Phone: 3968


HAITIT SUN


VESTORS

'ASS HAITI


A new type of investment is
receiving wide interest by th.'
small American investor. Thit
includes a resort club develop-
'ment- where the investor pur-
chases stock in the club anl
then, for an additional sum,'
may purchase or rent land from
the Club on'which to build his
own house. This house in turn
may be rented to tiur;.t, un-
der tl:, supervision of the Club
during the owner's absence. The
club includes all tourist facili.
ties With'profits above the ope-
ration and maintenance going
into additional development or
dividends, according to the die-
.tales of the Board of Directors
and sockholders.

.Such Clubs are going up at
Grape Tree Bay Estate in St-
Croix; a new development for
mididie income investors at Ne.l-
son Harbour in Antigua; and
the Trie Blue Beach Resorts,
Resorts,'Ltd.q in Grexiada.
Similar entreprises, are alrea-
dy in operation i. e. the Mill
Reef Club in Antigua, Round
Hill in Jamaica; and thei'Gua-
na Island ,Club, 'British Virgin
Islands.'
Housing developments with
-tracts of land for bomesites are
Available in St. Thomas; St.
Groix; Isle'of Pines, Cuba; Tor-
tola, British Virgin Islands; St.


Kitts; St. Lucia; Dominicana;
St. Vincent and St. Maarten.
Each year, hundreds of Amc-
ricns are retiring to the'Carib-
bean. Some who go down have
cardiac conditions, hay fever,
arthritis, etc., and find that as
the natives say salt, sea and
sun, are great curatives.,
There is hardly an island
where an American visitor will
not find a neighbor from home
who came down' to retire, im-
proved in health and embarked
on a new venture, usually in
tic. tourist industry, as a real
etate agent, shop keeper, ope-
rator of glass-bottom boats and
fishing gear or innkeepers of a
guest house.

Many of these Americans
have never been in this type
of business before, but their
-know how- in otlher- businesA
has brought them tangible anl
pleasurable returns.
All the islands so many,
io foreign yet so near --'have
good-to-excellent medical -faci-
lities, easy transportation and
communications with the States
and a lower cost of living due
to the savings on heating of hou-
ses, heavy, clothes and all the
e x p ense s wbich accompany
changing seasons.
Each island-has an active Tou-
rist Board ready to assist and
advise the visitor and investor.
Name the island and you can
find an American who went to'
retire and found 'that working
in tie Caribbean can be fun!'


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The truth is that the Institu-
ie,.born of my-dreams and me-
ditations, could only be mate-
iialized through the untiring
Efforts of Dr. Nathan Kline, an
eminent 'American psychiatrist,
.ana Research Director of the
. l0ocdaid State Hospital, who,
on his first' viait to th'is Beuid&et
Asylum was profoundly distur-
.-bed by: appalling conditions
.there. "
In December 1957, Dr. Kline
met with His- Excellency Preai
dent' Frangois Divalier of the
Republic of Haiti, Dr. Auguste
Dehizi Secretary of Public
Hedith 'and myself. We decided
on a work-plan. -
We a.ae requesting financial
-help froin'three pharmaceutical
firms, the President of which
were kind enough to accept our
invitation to. attend the inaugu-
ration o-6f our Institution. They
are : -
Mr. "Francis. C. Brown of the
" Schering Corporation.
- Mr. Laurence David Barney
of Hoffman4Laroche, Inc.
Mr. Herber W. Blades of the
Weit'international Ltd.
Through the person of Anger
-Biddle'- Dke, President of Me
.diko,-&iese.companieh gave us
the: imposing sum om $.45000.
M.' Jhlti'Heyman is Coordi-
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REALIZES LIFE-TI

(Continued from pagc'2)

nator of the projects, and Mr. A.
Managones, an engineer, is in
charge of construction of the
building.
To our generous donors, and
to Dr. Nathan S. Kline, I say
gratefully: TKank you in behalf
of the Haitian government and
myself. Their unforgettable get's
ture shall always remain inscri
bed in the hearts of all hai-


ME DREAM The three pharmaceutical
firms mentioned above have
promised to provide us with a
large supply of these drugs over
culty of Medicine, 1he Dental a long period in order to launch
School, and the General Hospi-' 'treatments and research in this
tal. new haitian scientific "institu-
The Institute places its equip on ,
ment and Staff at the disposal T i
of thc other medical faculties Tis institution is the first
c i .one in1 the world to speciaLlze
for students and for the treat- one in the world to specialize
,.in this kinds of treatment. It
ment of patients. At this aImsti- in this kinds of treatment. It
tu-, Ethnologists, psychologists must serve as a guide-for other'
tutc, Ethnologists, .psychologists


criminologists. judges, lawyers -
educators, hygienists, priests,


tians., ministers, will find indispensa-
T Ih e Psychiatric Institute ble support for the. accomplish
upon completion will include: ment of their work. Up to now
2 rooms with ten beds eich professionals in the h u m an1/
-a dispensary sciences have failed to underst
laboratories and that in Haiti, Map is made
the Bureau of Mental Hygiene of body and mind; that the
the -Organization of Volunteer components that make up Man
Psychiatrists .' and react upon each other pan
Administrative Services. be assailed with different disea-
The Technical Staff consists of:' ses; and that such a relation-
3 Haitian -psychiatrists. ship between mind and body
1. Consulting American psychia. opens a new therapeutic hori.
trist zon and a new human perspec-
I German child psychiatrist tive, that of the total personali-
1 Haitian Consultant in Neuro- tf.-
logy Tlierefore, contemporary me-
1' Haitian Consultant in- Neuro- dicine dedicates itself to the
Surgery medicine of the total map. It
2 Haitian social workers also uses the -Tranquilizersa of
3 Haitian psychiatric -nurses modernm chemotherapy for psy-
3- Haitiani" auxiliary psychiatrists chological treatment.
Laboratory services will be At the Institute we'will con-
supplied by the Gezieral Hospi- centrate our efforts on new me
tal The Psychiatric Center will dicine that deserve the name
.be an integrated part of the Fa-[ of c'miracle drugs'


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be created in the future. k'
Haiti and the intellectual
youth of my country in.partic1
Jar are selected as guardians o0h
a sacred trust confided to thi
By American friendship. i
I hope that all Haitians wil
understand the far reaching:
aim of this moral underaking
and the beautiful lesson of
man fraternity which- flo4'
'from it. .-
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". New Psychiatric
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ly Psychiatrist and founder
the" National' Mental Hygie
League, is to heaa the new i


,ildred Strelitz is house-
:of a formes fellow lifer
4-Paul Baussan at Diquini.
i$red is spending ten days
lithe Baussans is now with..
)se and Garden magazine.
-'visited here last in 51.
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Michele Baussan were
ie.this past -wee. Mrs
issagne is the daughter of
'itet and Mrs Robert Bags
Ibo L616.
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0lose to one h.andred dinner;
,sat Hotel Oloffsbn Mon-
iht. Coster's Follies
M, -for"m. U.S. Ambassa-
a rs Drew were there
I upst'Depuity Assis-
ecret-of Siate for In-
Loiiai Oitdnzafon' of *A5.
Vade r Rf. Wdaims
*'couselor" nd'

mgthehow for the second
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Mr Donald M. AlleA editor
of a- The Literary magazine9 in
New York is'here on his three
months' tour of Latin America,
under.' the auspices of the
Rockefeller Fomundation. Mr'
Allen is here .nto obtain direct
acquaintance with writers, 'edi
tars, traslators of contempora
ry Latin American literature.6n
After meeting' with local
poets and writrs'M;,- Aen' left
Saturday for: Trinidd., He was
lodged at' -the Hotel Ojoffson.-
-0-
Writer Gordon Outler. and
his wife are down at the bloff-
.son. After s-ven years, ihith'the
Ndw Yorker Mr Cutler'has
produced his first noveJl., Hi'
book is to be publisfhed this
Summer. '

SWinslow Anderson and his.
mother Paula are down iaI the
LUon Reye, This a Hairtin Art
coletor. A;ndemnis en; W
fan to Port and'the ArtCenW.:
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S"* CARNIVAL 1959
i "

. SATURDAY. SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY.
.. "AND, THE
CbMPARABLE CUBAN 'SONGSTRESS AND SCREEN STAR
.ES E LIT A
RAND FOLKLORE SHOW WITH -HAITI CHANTED TROWr
Ut
"S AWARDED NIGHTLY
iOOR PRIZE ..
LEST DANCING COUPLE
.UINIEST DISGUISE (MAN)
FUNNIESTT DISGUISE (WOMAN)


titution. In his dedication spec
Dr.'Mars emphasized- the i
portance of the new project do
c'ribing tKE appalling condition
exisvirJj in Haiti's 35-year4
asylum at Pont Beudet, fifte
miles, from 'Port-aui-Prince.
explained that he and his aB
elates had for the past two
cades been making efforts
change these conditions.
:M)ars- said his dreams h
materiialized thanks to the
tirg efforts of Doctor Nati
K.ine, eminent American 'I
qhiqtrist aid Research Direc
of tie Rockland State Hosp
in Oxangeburg, iN. Y. Dr. li
was deeply disturbed on his f
visit tbHaiti's only.,mental i
tiutition.
-With the inauguration of.
i'ic here, new typ e pof.tre
went, whereby Haitian patie
mwy spend, freom ten days to 1
-.e. ks.iider direct hospital
:ion .nd then beh" le to reti
to ive withl ther Jaimi~es,t
'go- into effectf'Thewilrt
to thloppiil or further tre
~ b-. :. 4' ... F.. .. r
,mont at regiig-ihorvwls. .
.'i reshs of thisjprbject;
eqpected-kii.haye a prpfouftid
fen" pn th, ovvra4, "problems
a:ingt ile rmntally il", "
the "opion .of .Mr. Francis
. t. ^ .* '-* .
rotwm,. President of the Sehl
n.Crp o.r ..
Dr.'"Kline in speaking of t
progara .said: it iimay..provide
relatively inexpensive way
providing.Lpsychlatriec .are
betiveen. 70. and 80 percent
the. areas .'. the world which
"not have 'any mental healtli
"'uiities. .
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S7 AMERICANS 'DECQR ATE
.During a reception at t4e'I
tional evening, President Du
lier presented the insignias a
diplomas of the Order of To
saint Louverture .4t1o -.the.,asev
Americans who iaid m'ade't 1
Psychiatric .Institute possil
with funds. .andi eknow-how.
S.Decorated were the presided
'of three U. S. drug company
wNo provided, $45,000 throu
MEDICO: Messieurs Herbert
Blades, Prieident of Wyeth I
b.oratories of Philadelphia, Fri
cis C, Brown, President of t


Sthering Corporation of Bloc
field, New J'ersey and Lawreu
.D. Barney of Hoffman Laroc
Inc. .
The President also decoral
Dr. Nathan S. Kline who w
act as Consultant of the Haiti
Government on the project, I
David Bruie, Bocklmnd Hospi
specialist, Dr. John Heym:
lPriject Coordifiator, and 'A
gier Biddle Duke, president
the MEDICO.
The group of American me
cal personalities wbh travell
to Haiti for the opening inclu


Dr. Berman, Dr. and Mrs..Afed. 0p t b t
Stanley, Dr. and Mrs. Sane Dop- ban star of sta"e tnd&- *reen,
keen, John Morris (newsman),' ar.ivd froA Mii dAr f&
of Mr. and Mrs. Cant, Mrs. Ander- 'her engagement 4Ha~t C
e son,-W. Eugene Smith, journa-1 sino I]n4t o was
ns list-photogrdpher, Mr. tndaMrs. wrlcomer..tt.: ,Ca-
.h George Orick, author, Samuel -W:aateM- X r
h Convissor of Schering Corp. Pu-' a"79 .'. '. : .
S.lic Relations Dept., MTs.' Min- ai:i w om -" :o
nie Englander. .th S. S. 'Antills this week"
ons W'S.S -/ "i"is" '' ""
Old T, 26 were Fritz Lchard, .He' de-
T h e visitors, a gr ou p 6 f 26 ... M J q ueg ,T **:;""*
een ill -re Svgy rs. Jacqe ar neu.
ee were lodgedat Hotels Villa Jre- i
He and daughter Friancette. Mr
ole, Oloffson and Iho-Lele.' .". .-;".r
)so-. ".. Lochard: will 'be reca. I fo..::r
de.. :. attendance' bf a.ll'. ," -^
tq n .in t e.ai ta l..
Hula Hoop is the lateiftjengue, by..Raoul Guillau .me. : .
tad B e 1 a f o n t e :o.$'*the-in $,ff.:..to ;Cap.{Haitien The-j
a n ,.: :. .. ... ... h ".. ..
n. singer spent two 46e*s lf. a 1 a .couple of :.ars
e. 23,000
han back anid loved ever iJka Bt6 .... n
?y- workers are',bie4ev.3 fitg-.' eig in *TrujiUlola cu
or cane. 13;000 crnsethe border.after iega"formalities as
tal signed up for emplpnsent: im.igration.'h ,' doctor. Then
n other ten thousand-e':" .bel-e'd, t h'ave crossed. ill y i
first search of .employment;.. -- : ..
ins-' Mrs. Jacqnei Be n the ,armer MargneAita.- Maniguia, :M';i
Mexiico visiting her'ailing aunt... 'Haitian Amhassador ai ..r.B"
the. Ernest? Bonhdommer.wre .guests: among witlh other Chief S-
eW sion of tihe.Diplomiatiq.Cosjin Washinxton and :tieirk:
'nts att Pa Januaryy 30 r.ece pton given byJ.U.:'S. Vice.r;'N
two a-d Mr. -Rio-idrd 1ei jIasji Th P
..JL..P.uJrfan anuasflq~r 40'o0n "
iza- his MArshaillccompa.... f ell'o" Ii r '
Urn ~ ~ &O~af ......." /':Iso !e "":: ::
r .JonesMinister of Nationa j ef& :e, a.imis8ioii ,
11 ,inican RepfYblic.'hB ,."'"'' : "I,
n, 'Team of jius,,friim 2:N. -is here..orking wht. atoil]
caMdcD0omelA. k...
t Mdonnell -ontioilltemacycampaign:1 o:o
~Magnui Pilot sat~etOffson. Mr..9rr~ wa8 formWiX.
-Magnumn' lAotoa.V' at",..rks """ "" r "

" e rHenry;'-Luc &.o...'.. :r.and Mrs; Jo.hn ....obler 'i.Satat E
ef- ng, ..are' back fo~,~,~Car audat y .G..a i
.f. 'm -i''30
^' SportB, DIntilrated/'iwhere.:. lt's irriters~homA~ev*'4ft he randy d '
was Hot- Olffson.TheirBu :Brs ha r au .boyu"Jae CWa
C. Mother is the former Mina P Italy... ;aan S.uf Hotel ha
oer- a pre-lMardi-Gi't-Pa4ta Friday tight...'-Gala ehil .60
Slast .gh ateniiht t. e.;..;h-O.lE oa7lv s7'
t re are organizing an Ini fiesta a1 zWe T .ni. C1.,,.o,..t,;.,..
o-a Villa Creolp.'. .-Carxial ..fetie todk"i.t NtM!- i.V-90 i'.-
'' !'... .. .i" .. .., -.U =
o f ~ ': 'tcric..f.bwn,-.i'c,.
t6
a.. :W b orn.,e,.
of Mardi"Gras-, 1' ors :,.were*rn.M,,"; Aa&ie,
do (Continued fromii page 1) Que ..en of t i:;
s -* AnnetteJe a- ,.a-,, .a
fa- grand stand has been construct n -e Jap.taij a ben dim
0m%'Cap44ilp 1 een''
'. d before the Venezuelan Em- .. .
." ported>:-lox the mi ball thatq.h.
bassy. wil close the.fse is.'.tv"f;e
D.:-. -" The. .reig g .Queen of the .'- ::
a.. ..:,Ping
a- Carnival is Miss. Marie-Th.- "' ; ::"'':
va- rese Lochard..,His. Majesty C ass,.OFA2,-"
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.nd. Ernest Dorvl-is- Kig Carnival (Continued front. !pe 1) ;
)us 1959. .. .. .
ven. .More .than' 84::Canivalisic a soldier to defezi4thaeihraened0
the .bands' have- been: registered PFatherlai. -;:,. :: ..;. ..
i "However,, he: eChierro fl _
ble and. will furnish the-familiar a owded, ia he:ays be or6 dyS6v
ade.will inys be reiy
Mardi-Gras tunes.. tender the olive.lbranieh to all.Hal- :
nta The 'Merngu4'Contest jury tia.ns.- ..
jes 4f the Municipality of Port-au- ..-.-: .. -.j
.h Prince listened to the final try-: -'/ "
W out of contestants last .Satur- Chau eur Guides
La- 4lay night at the- .Kibsque Oc. (Cohtinued fr^m page 1) .'
ran: cide JeantyS and: proclaimed;.
th fbp eAults 'on onM0nday after- sh"ps, he'asked the 'reddent o
)In m on I geshopls.; he ,'asked 'the ,Pre~i nt t ..,
i-m. noon. t "' "recohstitute their Association wlh,
ice Contestants vied for. the had been' .losi'- down s.seveaal' I
he, grand Carnival"'Merinigue priz- months ago.- -. ...- ,;.
es. ; The Pesidet' immediately dea :
Sed the Associati. of Chanffem-.0
ted cTitato) came home but 4Hu Gides reeonstuted. -'.. :..
_, "~ Guides 'recoiLW~uied. **:
ill la Hoop* is.expected.td be-,a :.., ....
ian favorite in this year's Carni- The cortege foined b$ the 'djfif-;
Dr val. reur vehicles which had. oMrd "le
Dr. ATl x. AA? eij before g'oig to th:eNatiou:;
[tal AT A rRCAHA IE : .. ,.. .' :.. ,. ,":
tal AT RCAHAIE Palace after a thunderouii o,
ain, President and Mrs Duvalier foUowinog ,..President's wordtset.
Ip- head the list of official person- out' on a new trip &uough 'the.
of alities expected to look in on street of th Capital,'h ow-
at"Area- ing and ciAisof Vivefutil) ,.
the carnival revelers at Area- aer th.same' dat.sev .'l. Ca
.. ,, .. "a.e :..sin a..'.vera ,n
di. haieo where more .than. 2(h f.. eu-juies .p6k^ e",W .tadfo,:
ed "rnuns will take nart. in-Tue.-- expressing their views''. ig d'"""out;'.
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a u s BB ICoast, Siam and Malaya. Foi
.m.al & R instance he can talk to ,you
L o: Btt,' lai & k, t. Dou some of the facets of
;i'.. i: :" : Angkor Wat and he hie knows In
,i ';, u aonesia and some of the pecuJ
". ;:: "- rarities of Makassar. He's been
'-".: Il aown-under and knows Fiji
:..h.: and Samoa. He knows Cairo
and Malaga.
.$! After living on banana plan
"" :, "' stations in Central America and
assignmentss in the Caribbean
.,. and South America he retired
S .! to a mile-high residence in the
,- mountains above Port-au-Prin
S,'. ce. He will' tell you that Port-
.t '. "; au-Prince in'only 713 miles off
r :...M shore from Miami and he gets
his morningg New'.York Times
and, Miami Herald every after
). ^^I .'." noon in his mountain home.
S"f He. produces cut-flowers for
'HIrtni exportt "there, Delphiui.ms,
mA .lS t ca '... ..8 :0.', Dutch Irim Snapdragons and
P u.pfirteOu -- Asters, 'and on his. tropical
"- '" ,'-- farin at sea-level Torch Gin-
H ':. .''-.r ers, tilly of the Nile; Bird of
... "" Pararlise. Tuberoses, and quot
h-g Yul-Brynei'et.cetora, P tceh
-..< -: .. .,. .. xaet~ e rltteraa, A..-."""
.- ,.et.,ceteri...,
l, .._-- "!' .. ..More recently he has 'pine-
^ 4 .' ^apple"'started- in -Haiti, since
"H "lHawaii .is feling-the.sheriage
UJYLYat ....V... adling o1__g.thshetag
BY .Soavailable ineappie lands
STAURAS':&By VCOMNODSEURI Reyinlds. Metals. Co.- helping
HR -HbDT .tUE Wa *" 'O.R ;:. i1 to create employmnint ad" aid
-..: the economy in. Haiti is giv-
..... ing him ,a .: 'h a n d Richard
,ntf ctin Co. S A. ...himself has iven
-' --. .-.... ,.'-.,,; ., -. ... this a boost, e fine example of
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-- e~~~~nrv te ierprise helbing the o ~ ~~ -4"
...Builders Of The Military City economy f oe n undevoped 1957) i 4. ....
-. .. .- umrty. -' -- excellent con ition; also Sta-'*
C Ma Gerard THEARD But 'Lee's baby at"the mo-2 :on. Wagon "fford' 1954)...
[- n. anager:Geraid'THEARD o.Wg;:' ~- g~
e. ... a .ae ,r ment is frozen tropical foods. Apply -Haitian-'American Mod-I
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ITH HIS or artichokes buit they ai
ing up. His patents -
IV PROGRAM for freezing, but- freezifti
entomological objectives ic
from page 1) tisfy plant quarantine re.
merits. -:
r lays its egg under .the .skin of Private enterprise.04
S.mango or 'ripe limea'-which wonderful effortless in&m
f hatches ii a few days and .the ye way to develop bad
resulting larva feeds through- countries. Lee think's thi
Sthe fruit leaving -a. trail' of vale enterprise does n'o
Srot. The fruit-fly has never .mahd tax momes: it contrfi
infested the valuable orchards taxes. And it seems .
of the United States and with have a place in the Worial
entire justification the Depart- transport has greatly ino
Sent of Agriculture embargos od membership; Maybe y]
many tropical fruits. one already.
t But some of these fruits are ,-
commercially resistant- to the
fruit-fly, with oily. one ,fruit .
infested with anegg'in:perhaps Engineer Petit'
10,000 or 100,000 fruits. -To .
avoid prmniitting this one in- Named To Post!
tested fruit to enter the United. e9
States Lee gives security to .' Geodetic Servi
the Department of Agriculture Eneer pierre Peti
by .quick-freezing all his tropi i named C, ief o the Seti
.,named Chief 'of- the Setik
cal fruits. 114
He has Ifrozen mango cubes P tori at the Ge.
and puree,, and frozen purees Servceth p
f u s formerly with Public .ti
of guavhs, ann'onas, bananas T tec .'i*/
alligator pears. They -1 have. The yo'uui tecbl*i0.ia.
superlative consurher appeal coPeted his .tudes
for topping and to marble ice- several yea ag6-had fo'i
cream, with cereals, and in laborated wih"te "e
.soft'.'and 'alcoholic- beverages. Service hei!e.., .;
iHe also makes a frozen. avoca-, He'Will work with.,I
do 'relish for' steaks, game and. novitch,-Sgt. .Bradley..a
fish,- and this lp t is great s'tuti Cookand Sgt. Holowgyti
foa0hot-dpgs too. of'-, the -Jger-America';
L. atelyb he has been making. tic- Service who:have.be"u'
a frozen herts-of-ahh' salad' l Fitions the South' .f`
and a puree of coconuts. He with residence in Anix:iC
dbes :.not have production 1o- Mr. .Petit is -ie son i-
lune enough $'. freeze :rasp- and Mrs. MarcPeit of Pib
belies, piraneppl 'gi.ea foiwl since .- .. ..
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