Haiti sun

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Haiti sun
Place of Publication:
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
R. Cheney, Jr.
Creation Date:
June 24, 1962
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.


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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SShowig. At Prench Institute Illustrates Advancement D I

lively *y graWnpg under. from crde-. clay to glazed -nan
Sthe. ng fragile perfiion. It s pleasant to The Haitian ceramists are no
Sgrace f the'eerging vpse. -ee a. corner given to the longer .confided to, a corner on .
are sighlats ate ".asmn's Dreative hands which-.hPve Rue des Miracles but have b loss-
hit ie -f.t-, built bowl and beaker thus amed out oto Ave. Mdrie-Jean-
". ": _- a they are no onger con-
ent with the" individuality which
-tamps 50 centufies of' pottery,
shai 'aiid clear thit'the archi
cdyeologist can date to' mwitin wa

Seri ca... Drop
DeadlAt Bank

Harold Parks, an Ameri!
Prince for six years dropDahomey Minister of State Oke 'As
Sted dead iFriday atern ou Preswent Duvalier Prosperity of two
Sile.cashing adheck at Speech made by. E. the Pro- space ad
STh snthe Rioyl 'Bahk.of Caada. 'weat ofA the. Fepmblc, Hao.t Dr. i..teri of
.-Mr Parks,-; 62-year-old, an. in.- o Fran colesDvaUiern po a ice ing n pthi
dustrial chemist from Yale hUni- the highest deorlona of lo yt ed mnt .; m
f earteds bell ved to have died fr th iensi -au idus Ep
te n ,ra ,.p. ri pleasant t.T, Haiia d'yerat d pa-e franoom e C
T .a e rt failure. o6 Z 4ie ad is ,
Jilteee. fiendly manj arks ilchtP t' .6fh Gioe.
as a pemrtner in the Haitian Will M r mission in ha itol. -
Paint Manufacturing company r President,
that carried his nar e' along with Gentlemen Members of thq Wil li
'epa eiFO. ino C nf at 0t Mathon. 'M. isan iA
A ader oft the eeie o- ono g A, service was ihet n lwtheEis- Treth of Africad:. d
ith om g ospri li A n head ern copal Cathedral at 4:00 p. m. The rhythm of History. tas se tffi
on e e- onkig dr ode of ospe l'palndd iles. Monday. dorn ren ewed this scene of deep
pou ns n nooh a d' twsifthe w ah sHAMBE
bThe dcesed's wic e who sh. and vibrating emqtonheh to the
E1oher husband's feeling towards peoples, in the spontaneous out- gi opte
Haiti, has have other urst of their identification, .talk teen
Probmitf The folra nalng talk ,on primary trdces and burial inher home-i the same voice, that 6f the comn- EuroPe
Education was given b wUNESC'edu wa, Lowell,. Massachusetts. ,mon negritude,. which ,i- longs The n
expert Henry Fossy at the Inter- Mr. Parks' son lives hIn New Ithe miracle of Africa and pres- ing July
cently. Mr. Fossy, of Guiana Iwasn .. hours of

c sea pri Ptti 'toe et eak coc
ee was recently a menb.r of .
Sth n cti as ctl ca. i e o Traffic plying the Petion- ricy will go to enlarge and re-
Tl r ogrss by r. ReyA ille and Delmas roads will pair the highways a d, assist in-
School Age Have No varey. The talk was translated begin paying a daily one the construction of a Ldee in
tJ e 'L r goirde, toll towonow o-& Petionill e.
Chance Of Edupkti r ouvedasye." aou wording t q a new law pre- The toll ticket itself bears the
tented by Winister of Fin- following insc ription "aid us to
mnce Herve Boyer and pas- transform "La Patrie Commu-
sed by the Legislature Fri- ne" and lists:
Economic Developepent -requies iel trained men day. 1. -Construction of the Petion-
having, at least, a minimum of knowledge, such as an The Port au Prince--Petion- ville Lycee;
ville toll goes into effect a week 2.-Construction of a tourist
intellect investm4 aldig the to participate after that of the Petionville center in Kenscoff; .
the economic activities. Kenscoff road. According to the 3.-Enlargement of the Bour-
Our present era is one. where the field .of knowledge articles of the toll law, the mo- don-Petionv ille road.
Is growing at an accelerate rhythm and where the need LETTER TO THE MEMBERS OF '
for education is a must for the unspeakably expanding
populations: new notions modern technics and special THE LEGISLATIVE CHAMBER
abilities rise up everydyiy. Problem Of Rural Markets
Education has to fulfill its two Those sudden changes throw into Fond-Baptisre, June 14, 1962
"main objectives: first, preserve confusion the thinking habits, the Honorable Gentlemen Deputies; William
and transmit the traditional val- 'ay of life, and the usual pro- t is with a heart throbbing with emotion that I take pen in American
es, and then, spread "he new edngs of productio m 'hand, in the name of the Haitian peasants, to address you this district t
knowledge. Veryoften .those ob The rb oe Edpoation, ever-
jectives are contradictory, for atce pnima,. yeduicatiob, is es- message of goodwill, just when the debates on rural markets are ra
the newly acquired notions bring sential; it can curtail eventual t. be opened. Perhaps you will have already decided its fate in m e
lip some changes which point up disagr-eements, help understand- the best way at the reception of this letter, because, better than oprs of
the negative character of cer- ing, the nature and importance anybody, you are qualified to know the multiple aspects of a ques- ar service
t an ets of the tradition. (Conthxued on page i (Continued on page 16) ce a P

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R. McEEhannon is Pan:,
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traffic and sales mama-
tail. A 22-year" veteran
airline, MeElhanmoa as-
s duties just before the
Pan Am's ingle-canier
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T X T "U.S. Air Force '[rom Alexandria, Va. nani h' wife Sandra are1 '"'*Major John William Wa
Sn s. l W e .one, here thi sweek... Murray :I ti-riman, a draftsman s the new Attache Militaire
Sfrom' Brooklyn and his lovely wile Arlette- married on June 10 the U.S. Embassy. He arri
By AUBELIN JOLICQEURK '." here. Wednesday with his dis'
l' 'Mo C-,_ spent their honeymoon here this week in-company with. Ronald
**Loely Miss Elizabeth von Thurn from CH- -"uished wife Elizabeth 'and t
Sliterni- is currently visiting here. She has beer and Susan Gotlin, married on June 9 and Mike and Marsha Belitz, sons Charles David 11 and Jc
recommended by Miss Charlotte Ellis who married on ,une 10. Arlette, Susan and Marsha held audiences -V. Warren, Jr. 6. Major War,
spent four months -e with the UAI. M' in raptures in dancing the Haitian er:gue s riginally from Kansa C
Spent our months ro. .and arrived from Stua
von Thum 'is making her outing in company 'PHdretty brunette Judith Ellen Minnic, ,Carol Ann Naimoli and dwa repalces here Coloi
with .Mr a.d. MNr"Alei .Moore of the USAID ;1nd .. ... ..
withMr Je n d lejr Moor of the Insttut tn blonde Carol Jane Sykes arrived here last' unday and livened Ed. ard Pollard who .will'lea
PundyDirector on l n Ti July' 1st after two years
e Y Mr ed JeanDelej. Director of t s. e* the atmosphere of 'he Casino in dancing,the Twist and the inerin- r ylt
de Credit Agricole et Industriel nd s ue. They are all nurses. Judith came neze with the title of Queen
She will vst Cap Haiten ths week. She sa o Twist and gave a beautiful demonstration of, her ability. They .
. keen *eponehnt 6f. the Haitian meringue. were forced to shorten their visit here for fear of a Pnn Am strike.
**,ared Lance Chinman, ayeung businessman from Rockvile **Charming Alexandria Evans, Comtess Von Blumenthal is back. al
Center N.Y. and his, pretty wif-An Debrah, a movie stare are home again. She is staying a few we,,ks here ..with er friends '
-',.toneining here this week. Jaredad-Ann got marred in New Odette and Gerard Wiener of the Maratio: Hotel. '' CONTENTS OF
'o. "' '- -'. '. .. AMIERICAN HOME
S" ***Mrs Margaret Vandiviere is bac. k4guin to.,wark' with nthd
SiMiss "belie bagaille" hrolenea'kne Legermn, a student Medico project. She .is here with. heil two sons C-hristophei. 5 an Contents oL Amerlean Home
n eodmics iri' London i here on.a market research She ade medical student. eorg. ashington Brown
'two vsits her beo ith rintz and 'speaks Martin 10 and medical stu. hinton Bro:an A
two visits' here before th Pofess6r,Sidney int. and speaks okkeeper. Minnie Lou Wells Tayscott f Northi Carolina.. They Aniues, Reproduction, Wo
'o.... She will .... 'd two.. th h: lew to Jeremie Tuesday, after a few days a the Offfsood. 'es, Century aAen
t-.he'.S : ., .. "Paintings, "The des of to
*f$4g4".' l.." o 'ad" h".er'to'dau ghters Mrs HelgV Eise" Mat
.rs *"*'Ravissante' Barbar Fagn just COmpl 'a',. thre6 wee ." I' totint, Etchings
At c .po teader from Owa Canada and Miss Kaja -aations here wh her Haitian girl f'rii.oe Dan Steche Famous' Artises, Old Japane
,s'e qneadC. ip4i.storyt.d, scie nces a.'om the Bobb9 and Dany kept the oys very bus .here f"the three wCeks. p hin neer I Ku
..i... ,"y:e Bobe nd -Dany will enter Rivfer :C61ege n Worester, assa thCent' Color
h-..n...-o,.'e Eus '' ,' .."1101 1O' ...Id", t n Co so
to|a. T. ey. ent ced inth:Haitl atan art, y. move e en
S' t t1 i t t h Haiia m icsays." They amr guests 'at te.Oloff-' I -_ ..:, o n. ng, .ete I. .,
..g .t -hat the .Haitian m sic s ys They'aret **eOGil] Kemp, a student of the Teacher C of l ang M s chd. N iverward, Electrical KR
son and his' charming wife 'Barbara an Engh .taer are cnt c Applianoes, and oth
T g'e ..,i.t' .ld `temi..a ..,," anew, and '- ..
at Plaza HoteL.. Dr.. Albert waiz z; gist ro I
'. Ca -ol Ps ot Montclairi 'N.J., Deplebi Lobsena of.,P Ptr- gut a D. A '' z D Ed uel. A mobile, R
xson,- N ..J"ad aaa lahop t -.the M i,,drsta3.ofiMiami and Ra nald F. i T k1cowskid a student n r.
son, N. an l aii od Miles.
w eke ks e.ts. Ar.el ,Asa ltovel.y ,Iaig. ter-o'D. r. ra. Mri s. gy-and David C. Leber,,.a student n e e arrived het. '
Ss ithis-week to study the aniimals in the"'West Tridisa hey are guests' ..'. be, seea ftlly between.
hindt l Assad C T pretty y=is- -
co. it. Vi ia dse(4w ya. for three weAks-. -no Heu a d-: -.M."'
co.......c ah..a..... .nd .a .. dez.o C. V c g arr ''R(o .sident _of thec C.V.'rSt r na, .i n ,M. ., 7,7bel
Mi- le i r P-atck-Wie ,Gerald Leveque, Pac hou'.. ,. s.e !. y, at M eau.
.r ican divi ioi. of, lf..e..Ambrican; Ititehzatio eted ters" ] C -.
'. _ACapth ,Preble of he. US. NavaI IMission and sdof New orkvrdjreserntedi'"'.h by k td"spi
.a bl.`ree the. S t.,1e..aup or so ada "syduss mo g t oe" 'ah : K"this. week.- "Jooe" "MariK.e ". "----JAs nde" r oM
-.e..e.. ., ed, at the. airport yesterday ..orn.g, -,.'of the Hotel .Eaopa of Fort de Fran:e ant here, l ededay a Jrb and ,] 'aques e ri
oitu. .ro .0 ?ew Jer-.c .. o aenad'.visit.; r. :Carl Wisoff', a raoia st from N oflk .was bipised t tht e .acre .oe
i r'01a n d: hi -harm ng e P atrii a.-D a l aAS S.
o.o,.. ..... .ffwho.,,.te Medico had, ta- Club ..ject r~er '.Marie ,Jo le G ati'
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,,'~er sng X6w frm,-7 2 th. .re e edks'vago4.. m ....n. .a a Y ''... ..

'voice and danes bea.ti y.. Paul P z-'an,. yo.un. A ccon.

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DAY JUNE 24th. 1962


roblemss Of Haitian

Primary Education

(Continued from page 1)
current changes, and discov-
well-minded people able to ap-
ply the technical progress to
fheir comninunity problems. Fin-
fy with education it is possible
'.r the children of school age,
t who don't understand the
nomic problems, to acquire
Iellectual basic abilities enabl-
them, in the future, to make
choice among useful activities.
If all these observations are
ght, it is very interesting to
insider primary education in
'ti, and to find out if this -bas-
agent of the economic deve'
pment is encouraged as it
would be. "
-In 1961, the characteristic feat-
Ies of primary education weo
. follows: disparity of the ex.
sion between the. rural and
.e urban communities, disparity
efficiency between 'rural and
l ban education.
'The differences came to light
.th statistic figures.
IThe rural population which in-
oudes 86.4 percent of the total
population has only 123,000 pup-
attending school out of 'the
7.000 children who should be
school from 6 to 15 years
*.8, i.e. a percentage of scholar-
tion of 14 percent.

"1The population of the cities in-
rdes 578,000 people; among
em the pupils who normally
4.ould be in school number 115,-
'1Q children from 6 to 14 years;
: fact there are 135,000 in school.
ose figures are explained by
go considerations: children of
4e rural areas (20,000) come to
hool in towns and in these
hools they admit children un-
er 6 years and pupils over 14
ars. The percentage of admis-
On in the urban schools is 79.1

*.In one word, the actual defi-
it is 23,000 children in urban
hools and 754,000 in rural
ools. In 1962 the rural popu-
ttlons are not being taught en-
lIkh, so they are not well pre-
red to help the economic de-
opment with adequate effici-

Trhe conditions of primary edu-
ation are not flourishing at all,
we consider the results of
th urban and rural schools.
hle best proof is the disparity
registered in the amount of the
children of the different grades.
e first classes of the primary
ral education are 80 percent
the total amount, the two next
a.ases reveal 13 percent, the
i fth and sixth grades are 5.6
-.ent and the higher 1.4 per-
t. In fact, a great number of
dren abandon school all along
'studying period. Many reas-
explain this abandoning:
crowded classroom for the

Srst grades, lack of qualified
teachers (86 percent) absence of
classroomm material, insufficient
m'd inadequate school buildings,
participation of pupils in, gard-
*i work, school building too
.Teat a distance.

To conclude, the rentability of
ural primary education is quite
1w; 1.4 percent of the registered
children fulfill the entire school
program. If, in urban education,
he results are more encourag-
tng, they are however under the
efficiencyy expected after 7 years
f education. The .percentage of
registered pupils in the seventh
-ade in comparison of the tot-
il of the first one is 4.5.

In the school sphere, all the
ventualifies of inefficiency en-
entered in the rural education
-e met. Perhaps it is necessary
3 take into consideration the
-emendous' loss caused by the
'stem of promotion from one
'ass to another. For the 1961-62
:hool year, in the urban educa-
-n, from 70,000 registered,
35,000 passed the examination
md only 43,000 (61 percent)
vere admitted to the immediate
higherr grade. And this hap-
ehed in spite of the 50 percent
f qualified teachers of the urb-
n schools with an average group
f pupils for each teacher com-
osed of 67 children for each
iacher in the rural education.
So, in the rural areas and in
e towns we find great losses
ith candidate wasting effort
And credits The money spent
without result is but of compar-
on with the little knowledge
acquiredd by ,the children during
ie, two or three years of study.
In spite of the sacrifices of
lie school teachers, such results
,ill never change if special care
not conceded to the financial
,spect of the problem. The per-
entage of the national budget
-anted to the rural and urban
-ducation is 3 percent and 10
ercent-in gourdes 4,000,000 and
15,500,000 these credits have
tot varied much during the
ast ten years. It stems that
ie low possibilities of finance-
ment available is responsible
'or the bad situation of the Hai-
an Education Program.
. What can be expected for the
uture? We can foresee it but it
s threatening. It is urgent to re-
nove the deficiency, i.e. to give
i'e opportunity to 800,000 child-
-n to go to school and to re-
Alve, at the same time, the pro-
'em of the tremendous increase
population. The whole popula-
-i, now 4,300,000 people, will
7,330,000 within twenty years
t the annual rate of 2 percent).
he children to be taught will in-
--ease. In 1967, they will be
'139,000 and five years later

Within 10 years, more than
"0,000 other children will go to
chpol. It is necessary to built
an adequate school policies; the
differerit Ministries interested in
Education have charged special-

ists of plannification to examine
this very important problem.
But, how may credit be found,
f we consider the possibilities
if the Budget? To hbve an idea
,f the question, let us consider
that a decennial program toward
hie resorption of the shortage of
23,000 urban pupils by enlisten-
"ng about 6,000 town children
'very year will call for the con-
itruction of 2,490 classrooms,
he training of 3,000 school tea-
*hers, an investment of $10,000,-

'V and more than $1,800,000 crq
dit for the functioning of their
wroject'- .
In -the field of Rural Educe&
;on,, to reach an 'increase -of 2T.
percentt of. the .students within!
3 years, $14,000,000 are necess-j
-y for investment.
For such -'great needs,. only.:
)reign assistance can realize
e financing of these projects
-'very one luaows that the joint-
mission of OEA CEPAL --BI3D
(Continued on page Jjy

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Cenitennary of "Rhum Barbancourt"

'4 H A IT S U N

Execursion For Sugar Cane Essay Contest Winners

&* few weeks ago two buses full of young men and
young ladies from Port au Prince left the capital to
Make a three day excursion to Cap Haitien. They were
the winners of the Sugar Cane essay contest organized-
in thBe colleges and secondary schools by Rhum Bar-

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., ', ,

bancourt as part of the famous distillery's Centennial Haitiei the populace's welcome was enthusiastic a
celebrations, warm. The days were filled with promenades, exci
All along the route, and in all the towns they passed sions to Cormier beach, visits of the town, and the big
through, people stopped to answer their gay "hello" light of the trip, the climb to the Citadel. As early
and to applaud the centennuary of Barbancourt. At Cap 6 A.M. the small group left to climb courageously I
'., ; ; : -* ^ "J H ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ H I B H H"1
-V.' ^- 4IB B BH

Members of the "BARBANCOURT CENTEN NIAL" excursion on
two buses from Port au Prince prepare for the climb to C

At Sing Henry Christophe mighty Citadelle students pose amid the fortresses' cannons and balls.

arrival at Milot in two
itadelle Laferriere.

sharp peak where the proud fortress sits amid t0
clouds. The rain soon joined the party but did not st*
ceed in dampening the good spirits of the pilgrims. Soa
ed, muddy, but enchanted by their promenade, our stu
ents back at their hotel enjoyed, after the comfort
good shower, a few hours of deserved rest, before s
fing off again for a great ball at Rumba Night OCI
The Cap authorities nicely patronaged, the evening ;1
enchanhntmet for the young students from Port au Prin
- Antoine Plquion, who had made himself the cicero
of the crowd, completed the surprise-party with- a ni
promenade to Haut Du Cap and a lovely reception
the country.

The next morning, on the way back, the excursion
Isis halted at Vertieres. A Rheto student from Lye
Anlenor Firmin, Jean-Claude Vergin, made a speech
very noble inspiration.

The students ierc accompanied on this memorab
trip by professors Mr. and Mrs. Leslie lManlgat, M1
Charles Pressoir, MM. Claude Baptiste and Ernst Tro

They insisted, the Friday foUowing their return,
going to the Distillerle Barbancourt to present th<
thanks to the management of Rhumi`ptrhancourt. It w
the occasion,, after the tour of the distlllerle, to sip
delicious punch, and to applaud, oft"'the very premlis
where it is born, the glorious HaDtian Rhum, the splen
id Barbancourt and its triumphant centennary.

SUNDAY JUNE 24th, 191

S,8SUNDAY JUNE 24th, 196 H A I T I SU N PA

Up in thi hills~, where the earth should be firmly knit
Sby the resthauning roots of trees, ragged limestone rock,
THE HAITlAN ENG .I TIUAGM. AP and long Weeps of marl and gravel are relentlessly
comm.ny Wee, Pblihed Sunda Mor~n~ thrustin th pugh the threadbare tope-soil.
lditor-pubulaer .i D .iw0 Bla Land-ow ners in the mountains sho make every
B G t bG B day "arbiwdxay" and plant a-may tiber trees P as l
Esrae D IN:a wn o U. possible, whi e the earth is damp andfertae. If the land o-r"
.. -" is left iunferested and bare, the, properties that o a ...
.. .. brought livlihood ,to the farmers of the hills-' w 12 J 1962
LES "CHAUFFEUBS" -ABE bare elbowof bleached limestone productive of nothig Monsieur le Directeur
VACATION-TIME THEXAT but rock: and "sable". ... Au nodes Dames du.
"Ti-pie (saplings) are available for the asking Diplomatique,. je tiens a
With the ,pprocih of the holiday season, the scenic It.Damie .. dire toute; note ri0
.moutnain oad to Kenscoff and Furcy is due to teem u. Praide si utile sqe vo
with cars of city folk and tourists -anious to enjoy avez apporte a .rocc.s ...
the qo.ol, pine-scented atmosphere. aribban Construction Co. En efet en publlt nos
Inireaa automobile trafficc will mean greater chai- Builers Of The Military City pls'>, dans votre journal
.obs of an accs So:ed dp, ?tr% Gen. manager: Gerkrd THEARD "" eto
.. .... Wc t gri d ,.b P o .
th s'pee i")Pwt3955.,:P O. 284 gri. end nombre de coe
We k 0 that d1 i ed. arAuL,,bet iotawbii'

induihg for xcessive .sped- :..:'" ,tmelkes on aray ub mr 5 Iorter pe'
....... .e. u.s iA a
d..'.of..-"..... .. n "
n is "efr enl f' "n"'.., h e oovereU, berbip
curbed in time y pou e cito "op gt the 1: i'i'" b" u r,.Pdrtr ;s 1 '
w o! a s a -d ". r 'n'o

cur i in t E o gr M, .t tureux. do. votre*1.11.. :

te rns a r ul m o r a a b v "is IV....D t. ....r .il
pr1. distoM ragnliucie I e ipsnnez.
tme, BORplel *DYo0': qi e" IAe-a t on
," ... o ,.. ;. .. ,. ,,- .. i t

In iAanyhof tlei' ih toyse ,.' palr ,s of toi uAdst
and brains are friquetl(by eit uncovered by:f care l tu Jhan.
i orkmen, or built without.covers by, equ thog oI
Bisidedst *th"e '

o n. B -A D W an Am "
'the y ~en h 'a .h~t o eg+ ai, n.
ists, who frlI ott ni rot]n" mm ilit Pa" A m-''.eRP

iouare outdisooagn o t' tE Ct a in A te-c ,

mouth W the goosnd en 2he rPch deltas are griow
times.unpleasantly odetousii '. k. 'ma+
.re I '' "1 oA E "- *"
.'hes ho1es present' a serious danger :to pedta, "- .. ee.wagn e4
bInd cause.. heavy d."ge. to automobile.. TW .,.The ,r the Mbvado saphpire.,cnistal Ref 26H,. ,er. cor.the co
Ae Avaleambl Ect a'rre.bIlvance. "The o 1. g.
wor, sight eif all is to sod a marchd's ad don.ey Its hardnpse is surpassed A" "I F 1
hng tnrming cken e fr tep an optn- o only bythOt PO the damonD. ',. p I
suffering a broken leg fromu of tepping h u heri shMO VEltE.-
hoe offeryoua -
-This could be alerted by eroeiting a barricade of lan- In three yea rstih(at the ofial 2"Itl, rn.
terns aroun the temporary. excavations, and by eo- "Swiss dbervorgt .
eftg drains and culvefarlts. Neuchtel..

/ Strawberries, Boccoli, Water-Cress
EVERY DAY SHOULD BE lit...". A'- ..A-: ..'s Ai

,ato ero idon. r ....... .a""b'oN T
-The repub lc's r .. j+ 6o iay el seen daily O N E SAALE 'A I, O..*iENTA.E ug
the boulevards or.tlie positionou, manymiles.from its -AND LITTLE EUROPE *
source of origin on th 6stdep mountain faces. At the .. ',
mouth of the Boisde oChone, the rich deltas are grow- ,.,
ing. 1orming excellent beds for the verdant growth of USING, COMPOSING AN,
Along the coast the azure of the sea has .changed to COMMON VIEWER&--
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SUNDAY JUNE 24th, 1963

S Pres. fldc

.' (Continued from page 1)
many prestigious delegations'and
-'. eminent foreign p e rs o n a i-
Sties' this happy meeting this
morning of June 20th, 1962 calls
.' for imperative hommages; it pro-
t' files. on this Haitian land the
dawn and horizons of its nillen-
; ary customs: and it is with a
V'feeling of fraternal gratefulness
1s2 that I receive this high distinc-
'It is all the more :precious to
'. 'me that by. the,.warmth :f' the
beifevolent words and by the
it'.prestige of the. honorable merrib-
.'.rs of the' nmiiionb whict1accom-
-any'it, it brings to the constitu-
-.'fibni'al Chief of' the Nation and to
3 the Haitian people 'the homitage
of one of the. richest civilizations
r that the Dahoineyan people Land
.'ts .'tradition 'have'known how to
.Lueep throughh time, defying it,
lcvill2ations those 'greater part
t' elements have been trans-
Jidnted by the' uprooted *n. the
Iftuining -land 'of St. Domingue
ajid preservedd preciously by
|b'r'.ded~endents always proud
-of !their origin.
I 'he. PrqWident of the Republic
; -Dahomey H." E. -Mr. Hubert
iagg, at the ceremony of -pre-
6etaf1on of Letters of Creilence
Sthe' first Plenipotentiary 'arid
xtrdlnary Haitian Ambassa-
iP ,e"ognized. by these worls
h-immortal bonds between Hai-
its race. .

Iress Dahomey Mission

' "Is not it true that if we.halve blood of his race to the rhytinp
found each other, it is because of the gongs of his "dokpwe'l.

.ve have recognized each other;
and that if we have recognized
each other It. is that we have
understood each other."
Mr. President,
Honorable Members of the Pre,
tigious 'Dahomeyan Mission,
It is indeed that we have re-
:ognized each other; it is that
'he signification of this identifi-
cation of our common source -
xt to the value of the symbol
which materializes it-transcends
9e historical conjunctire of our
nodern civilization.
Tt is already pretty far from
s -four past centuries- this
ra where the Nbgro, pulled out
om 'his African cradle by the,
lious exploitation of an obsol-
'e imperialism, was rejected,
; a blaspheme absurd -to' life,
this, ancient land, which it
called Hisxianiola o.. St. omin-
gue. Out..of its element oaU-its.
shords, abandoned and' detach-
:d from the objects whichl made
*im familiar to himseltf,'e' had,
-o more reason to be a body.
Drowned in boredom', heavy un-
certainty and depression, his life
'f servitude flowed.ifi a la. eit-.
"ble protratioh and 'the, t ean:
f its .faraway countim i tulat-
ed only the otrageous 'tiotIht obt
sowing the beaten, down .ailt of
colonialism of .the sweat ari"

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BE.G INNINNN JUY 2nid, 1962

-7-'-Modern Ballet '
.:'-.;-Tap aknce
4.---Haitian Folklore
5.--Ballroom Dacaingi and special training n "Pas.
de Deux", and Choreography. '
: School located on the Champ de Mars, 'next to Rex Theater.
REGISTRATION DAILY FROM 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
3L~.. : "" "-""' .'= """ "

But it is still very much alive
Lhe great still! nighi whe'.e the
fire gagged, like a sob, -by ?te
inhuman opression burscs out,
escapes and forget itself where
the cry of Fhunger, miser., hate
and revolt reaffirms the Negro
."unhappy under the stn" and
"liberates him on the great day
of this land owned."
Daring the supreme action of
being naked between tr.e shin-
ning cannons and the machines
if the sugar pAnts and 'ndigot-
ries, "he becomesi-.conscious of
's belonging to the great black
ice who has built all continents
nd who ,is dispersed nil over
'ie globe. Purifying himself of
'is European alienation !e re-
iects and stigmatiser- that which
s black virtue to the eyes of the
It is quite close to us ind en-u
.iches "our culture :nd our' life
s a'people the glorious -pic 1.
a. same -tace of men predestined'
vho conductedd, tlh imniocab'.
struggle -against 1loniali\';j foi
'the conquest of the intangibij
.-tblitical 'tndependar.ce f thles',
y'drtions of land on '0hich 'we jea
sily exercise out~ OVF'LIGtN
A'It is true, that at this. phase
f i m'sin ar.battle o f. ur -col.
16cvity ...,archi t' pe ,,C prbij-
'.gis ,a.i.gA.en'erali welfat'.
t e., ay to be made 'is s ill-lorlg.
At this crucial momentt of od'
'a"Whee 'ambition and hurmann
i P ic.' mdltiply see-is of dvi-
sions, engage the future of tiai
torld- in 'the regressive .mnar "t
'If -.'supremnIes and: postielaft
.fiachronical juridic systems:
-.At a -tirpe where the -s'pira-
on sahd. imperious' revendica-
tions6f flew Human oinmiunities
'eriw the phenom'nn
'n ."de .dobectivatioa 'du 'discz'r-
_mren. of the peoples of Afriea

-t-o ^MsONS, rt' i.'A-
E, this actionn of en-
.pergure "to defend the right of
plI' 'i So erelgpty and to.
e'tigjhty df .guatanteeing to the
individuall the plenttuad,'. of ex-
grcase of his.. rights, haveitassum-
7i" the great task to tbnsu'idi.te
Repte'sentatlve Democracy in a
FRATERNITY founded on RES-,
JUSTICE .-. = *. .
".he 'Huaitian. people, conspions
f its Ethny and of. its cultural
'nheritAnce, issued from a com!n
moar, African origin, has safe-
guarded and will'.,go on safe-
guirding the Immovable love df
liberty and Indeperideyce. The
Republic of Hilti 'Pnd! the HaA
tian people are happy to find lh
the visit of authentic sons df
Africa the warmth of 'Iraternal
hfrndship of 'the Republic of
Dahomey and of the 'Dahornean
Mr. President,
Honorable delegates,
Brethren of my race,
-Your honorable mission places
(Continued on page .12)',

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SUNDAY JUNE 24th, 1962,


FROM JUNE 24th TO JULY 1st, 1962,.

Vionday June 25th, 1962
5:30pm-Musical Program (Mire Tele-Haiti)
5:55pm-Evening General Program Schedule & Weather Report'
6:00pm-Let's Learn English
6:40pm-Children's program
7:30pm-Children's program (2nd part)
7:45pm-Telenews (1st edition) Review of the day's events
8:00pm-The Ford Show, new series: FURIE
8:30pm-Alfred Hitchcock presents.
9:00 pm-Telenews (2nd edition) Summary of the late news, pre-

sented by the Esso Reporter
9:05pm--Powell Industrial Works' weekly program: "I Love Li
9: 30pm-TV Concert
| 10:00pm-Close of program National Anthem

Sfuesday June 26th. 1962
5:30pm-Musical Program (Mire Tele-Haiti)
5:55pm-Evening General Program Schedule
C 6:00pm-Let's Learn English
I 6:35pm-Children's Program .
7 :40pm-Children Program
S7:00pm-NOBBE & BONDEL presents: "My Three Sons"
7:30pm-Children's program: second edition
7:45pm-Telenews (1st edition) Review of the day's events)
8:00pm-America speaks to you
8:30pm-Teiecinema (1st part)
9:00pm-Telenews (2nd edition) Summary of the late news,
sented by the Esso 'Reporter
9:05pm-Telecinema (Cont'd)
10:00pm-Close of program -' National Anthem

iVednesday June 27th, 1962'
5:30pm-Musical Program (Mire rTele-Haiti)
5: 55pm-Evening General Program'hedule
6:00pm-Let's Learn English
6:35pm,-Children's Prqgram
6:40pm-Children's program: Cartoons
7:00pm-Dragnet, with Jack Webb
7:30pm-Children's program: Cartoons
7:45pm-Telenews (1st edition) Review of the day's events
8:00pm-Les Dames du Corps Diplomatique Presentent
8:15pm-Actualites d'Israel
8:30pm-Boulangerie La Poste presents a new chapter of
Comte de Monte Christo"
S9:00pm-Telenews (2nd edition) Summary of the late news,
sented by the EssolfReporter
9:05pm-Heraux Tours Program "Le Livre des Voyages"
9:45pm-Germany Today (Documentary)
i 10:00pm-Close of program National Anthem

Ih thursday June 28th, 1962
5:30pm-Musical Program (Mire Tele-Hait)
5:55pm-Evening General Program Schedule
6:00pm-Let's Learn English-
I 6:35pm-Children's Program
S6:40pm-Children's program
7:00pm-ICI INTERPOL (last week episode)
7:30pm-Children's program (2nd edition)
7:45pm-Telenews (1st edition) Review of the day's events
8:00pm-M. SQUAD presented by M & S Construction
9:00pmn-Telenews (2nd edition) Summary of the late news,
sented by the Esso Reporter
9:05pm-Telecinemna (Cont'd)
10:00pm-Close of program National Anthem

Friday June 29th, 1962
, 5:30pm-Musical Program tMire Tele-Haiti)
5:55pm-Evening General Program Schedule
6:00pm-Let's Learn English
6.35pm-Children's Program
7"30pm--lleurt ELuantine No. 2


7:45pm-Telenews (ist edition Rieview of the day's events
8:00pm-Sea Hunt
:8.30pm-Le Lrrnrer des Mohicans presented by "Banq:le Coam-
mnt:ciale d Haiti"
'9:00pm-Telenews (2nd edition) Summary of the late news, pre-
sented by the Esso Reporter
'9:30pm-Gun Smoke
10:00pm-Close of program National Anthem
Saturdayy June 30th, 1962
5:30pm-Musical Prograin (Mire Tele-Haiti)
'6:00pm-Presentation of Evening Program
-6:05pm-Let's Learn English Review of the courses of the week
7:00pm-Children's Program Wells Fargo Tales and Cartoons.
7:45pm-Telenews (1st edition) Review of the day's events
8:30pm-Pan American World Airways Program: Ici Interpol
9:00pm-Telenews (2nd edition) Summary of the late news, pre-
sented by the Esso Reporter
9:05pm-German Actualities with Gerard Jolibois
10:00pm-Close of program National Anthem

Sunday July 1st, 1962 i
12:30pm-Musical program Mire Tele-Haiti
1:00pm-Program Schedule
1:05pm-Widen your knowledge
1:20pm-Children's Program. -
1:30pm-Children's program
2: 00pm-Tele-Journal
3:30pm-Wagon Train
6:00pm-End of program National Anthem.

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SUNDAY JUNE 24th, 1986


Duvalier -Labor Code

On Social Insurances
Article 567 -According to tlhe present lav. the [ollomingu trms
and expressions are used With the meaning, hereafter indicali-i
a) The word *Employer" includes Ihe corporalt- ood who in
the eseicice of n arlit ) LineS, for a consideraodn inhe of dniother per.-on. in virtue: o a contract of A:.rki
S eypsLot or tucit.
The State. the Crommniinmrs and other public Organizatons shall
be considered as an employer as regard- to their Waste-ear'ner,
The uindertaker l tlons-d,'re-d as an employer arid 1i )jointly ie:-
ponsible -itLh the ernploiser before the obligations of[ ie la,
bJ Tne expression 'Work ai:cideni" includes all bodily inji-_
occurred b3 the fact or on the occasion ol a work Is equ.iy
consadired &e a work accident, an3 accident ocii(rrc-d lto [ie
worker on his wa., from hiu- residence iO the place of ,arik
and vice .ersa ac far' a' the worker a usoal itinerary Aas not
inlerrupled or modified h i a reason strictly diclaed t.\ Fer-
sonal interest or cUmpILt-ly independent Tonim rus job
c) The expressirr "ulmed.caJ lid' inciude- ai all possible c', es
deemed necessa,. thPa must be flurnished, according io t i.;

'Soaping" dulls hair.

Halo glorifies it!

case, by doctors, dennsis, nurses, including the surgical in-
tervention. and hospiralizations in ine case of extreme emer-
gency or on the doctor's special request; bi all medicines,
surgical prothesis and other accessories such as eye-glasses
and so on.
di The expression "basic salary" means the salary received by
ihe employee or worker at the exclusion of all services ren-
dered during the over lime. li the employee or worker is
paid piece-work tlne basic salary shall be considered as the
average salary pain during the three months that have pre-
ceded the accident or the illness, or durinng the. working days
already pg.en in case the duraton of the work is less than
three months
ct BI Disability is unclertood the impossibility for an em-
plo,ee or a worker to keep on m oarkng on account of illness
or a work accident pro.oakin an ineapacity of earning one's
Tne incapacity of working-Tma be temporary, or permanent.
The permanent incapaciry may, .be partial or trital.-
ii By tne uoids "dependent and subordinate" is meant 11 the
leg-itimate wife of the Insured employee or his concibinbme who
I ven together with tum as husband and Ai.e, since at least
one lear. on condition that both of them are dunng their
common life, unmarried. 21 the legitmate children or the
il-gitniale one- acnrowledged by the insured, who are less
Ltarn I years o[i ase as well as these of h,- wi-, if they
nil I-e in the houae and hact lost their father, 3i children,
est than 16 5Ears of age 'hn lice in the hoise and at the
exclusive expense ol the insured. if their lamer and mother
are dead or are totally unable to work. both physically and


Article 568.-Social insurance,. as it is organized by the present
law, covers au r sks of illness, maternity and work accident. How-
ever. the DOT is suthonzed. aver a favourable report of t[he ad-
min rtrance board and after approval by the Secretary 'of State
for Labor and Social Welfare. to make i' compulsory for the em-
ployer to insure the employees in taking mnro account-
1 The po.s-,bhty to register the employers, the workers and
their depe-dents to whom the insurance is applied.
2 the possibility to collect Ihe contributions;
3 the possibility Io, efficiently, tender the series arid perfor-
mances required by the present law.
Article 569.-Are compelled to ne insured
1 The. Government employees and Administration governed by
the Gocernment, IBenk Communesi;
2 The employee., worker, dailc-workers engaged by agricul-
rural, inducrnal and cornmeneial concerns, and generally all
manual or intellectual corker who. for a salary. lends his ser-
vices to an employer in .inun of a contract of work, whether
it is explicit or lacit.
3 The Pcofessors and supervisors in private educational institu-
4 The household staff paid in kind or in cash

PAo~ S

r T Article 57[I.-Shall be exempted from all insurance having a con- '
pulsory character
Nor a soup, nol a C fragrant 1 The husband or wife who works exclusively for the benefit of
cream -Ha o "sof-ua'er athder his w-ife or husband and the children less than 18 years of age
e dullinson p dir n -needio special rinsel who nork for the benefit of their father and mother anid at
Soup fim home, w'mhout receiving a salary in land, determined before-
hand, -
Jiemanurv embarrassing H le lea.res hair soft, 2 All miJitary men in service,
dandruf from both hair aamaperble-shinrng with 3 Clerg y-men praetnring Iheir ministry. [
j ad calp! 6 -t -nlful natural highlighfal Article 571 -The TDASH snail be able, however, to extend their -r
insurance against all work accident. motherhood seikness, to the A w(i
ye -ai, ur hbalt th persons mentioned in paragraph 2 and 3 of the preceding article. Bs.
a even onapmt uiq i 0 ot1h ream 'W 9 and to all other persons, not compulsord.l subject to insurance, to
hampoods lea lhn a /i | -i their subordinates on the basis of a contract that shall pridee sul-
,m dirt-catching film. Halo. made fTcient contributions to cover the servieE ol allowances and the ald-
. with a new ingredient. contains ministration expenses denying from the execution of the contract.
t hse veB l firmt Voir r O Ine t. Article 572-The insurance against work accidents such as they
Aal v foe r Halo-. enioca' iE Hlo are denied in paragraph b of Article 5h7 al the present title. shall, ..
fa'inwtesharnpoo-today. AmeriC }0 as far al this is possible, be adnunistered b. IDASH. in close co- A.7ft 'i
ordination with the insurance against illness and motherhood, but
shall have a separate accounting service and its own resources. Served exzusis
Arricle 573 -Shall not be considered as work-accidents and shall U Ltli RESTAUI
S Halo reveals the hidden beauty of the hair not jusaty any performance: '"' ... m u
". t-a-I-IEL 1 Accidents occurred while the-" worker is drunk;
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Accidcnis dclihbcrtlc.
J Accidents iesulur.g Irtn-
comrfiit suicide, a browli
The state of inebriety.,
mentioned in paragraph
never be presumed arnd
Article 574.-The insurance,
all emplo%,es and workers n
title and is not included in it
without any dj tincion basr
exclusitel.y at it-? expense i
Article 575.-The amount
insurance of work accident
at 2 per ceni for the crin
bl 3 per cent for agricauitl
and also for shippgri. -
ci 6 per cent for mine snm
of the total arnm-unt ii
their title However the
by a decree issued r:.,
into account all raite. t
It, a report o sed or, U,.
Labour and Social e\li
Article 5T6-in caike of ,.
Hall be entitled to the medl.
56' c abore
Med-cal care- shall tesae
ins-ired employee or hin
cannot help nini to recocer
Article 57".-Wihen thr; w.:I!
pacen. of w.,rk, tle inure i
addition to medical a-ds pro-i
from Lye iour.h day sAh 1n 11
whole period of disabilt. I.-
ceives hiassalary acciriing I,
The three first da.ys. of dct-
A suppeme-.- of indemnut.,
the accident, when the laltet

oktd by ti: victim
a puniAnable -.ifenie, an ,attempt to
which the victim has wdllingly par-

,el] as the deliberate parti cpanoo
2 and 3 or the present Article shall
niust be clearly established
against iork accrderts sh'11 cover
niioned in Article 569 of the present
Exempnion mentioned in Armcle 570,
an the amount of the salary. It is
e emplo.\er.
the employers' contribution or trie
aud be.
tercial enierpnres:
t, Lndustrial and building enterprises
mpini. ,; -
s -earners pad whatever may be
ates-: f conLr,iuti.n may be increased
re President of the Repibbe taking
n.:rent in the ent;i:pnis:i, according.
--pin--on i.i the Se retery of State Ior
: accider-nts t insured employees
11 cares ceh are defined in article

, ii the compleir recovery of the
.i; establi.hEd that medical cares
n thie tashbdratorn r.f the injur-y
accident J cdit 13 complete inca-
ploie, who i.'- the cCtim Shall in
li-I be entitled o C duti LL indemty,
A- iecidEnt occurred and during the
S l the das during ',hich he re-
rL: legal proi'tulons on paid holidays
it. are at the expienm7cs of the em-
diavl be auocated to ine iicnin off
...*ndition ncesetlaites the constant

i elp c1 ai'uinthr' p ri,-n -Ali i.m-tin i siaceritnt shall O,. ,i:illrl-3
lo have tle apparatus_ c --, prothei_,i and ortl-rp.acdy renewed. when
the use a these appratiues ':hall be dceem.d nece-s-ry. except in
tne cae v.hen the .rUim uf th.e accident ;Shajl t thuis ecer., have
lerrvced an additio-nail .ndernirti that was i:.:-d at the rnme m henr
the amount oi repairs. as .stOted or rei-:cd nrd representing the
probable ce1:it of I.e furruture- and the rt -ne.-al Af thes, apparat-
uses. As )o Inm renc-iAl Lov lie apparanlus-.. iDASH shall assuoit
art neceC4-ar me.asurcs uo control, either c satoid misuse, or to
niake ure tl-hasr in. addilrna.l cridemmuei e i cired are used pro-

Article 518-Allc-I 'ci*LrK ..lents protokirr, an incpcipa. ,A, -orkI
of one da. t-r more muit t.e declared ,'1 i .fSH acicordrn to L,.i-
proucedure preerinb-d 0., DASH. The emplcie>s shall moreover,
sUbmlJt monthly io tile ln[tluuir a list of al aCCideiirs oxcuur-l in
their establiJhmentc in in- lorm provided k-r ii
The eniplo'.cr niu.t help ihe employee, ,1 -,,orkir nitim of3 in
accident, in th ,irnment of formilti. for lhe ohtairunrnt
of allo"ance in land .:,r rnmerey.
The employer as .bli,:d i, reemploy th-- worker *ru h3d an
accident d tIne Irt.-r pre -ni. such a requ--est -nthn thc hbeen'n
cays folluoing the dai. ofi the accident, pr,--. 1.d tile rtin.non he
occupied still -xits at th. uRnipe of the pr;n'rtatii.ri of the request
and if the i)rki-r Ir in le iph3yical or rneniil state requiiw-d to
reoccupy n-s i. rnmr p, -r Tie poslidoi, hall be considered as
existing. even it it-i O.upiEd ) anDolher r-.rr..?r A certifaLire .f[
ability to .-,,rk hiall b- dielidred by a cornM--iic- ii:l dib..r.
Article. a11-TIre indemrniit provided for ,ii il-..le i7 Nall be
equal 16 I.i -nthrds otU in.: ossic salary n i. tre mnure.i mpl:ni.,ee
for each o-)rk da3 Hoe eerr un lnd.nirira) hraill in no i.ircuni-
stance be supernor to Gde- 1.01,u monthly or .nicrol to I,,Ge. iu per
If the incapacit.. of .sork. s permanent. pstal. tile insured em- shall b.- entitled t, a monthly pens.-.n shoie amount shall
be prop-rtionate to the degree of disabUilty oft le viorl:er
,mrtiile 80) -The de-ice )t .dijibthiy rnmall be etiablised in ta;.
ing nto account the nature arid gratvir of tr.e accident, te pro-
iession and age of the v.ctim. The [DASH may adopt rarnousi
schedules according to .a&nous ciasses of prifess.on. for the dcir-
ent ujurue. and degrees -:of incApac ti ti- il
Th-oe Lhedule shall be peroidically reased in the Ibsht of the
experience thus acquired

,Ardce 51l -The mcomne-: shall be paid by irtASH tie same man
nrer as for the salaries and tile beneficiary n.u.t :suibmrt himself
on tihe request of [DASH to periodical medical evarmination of his
incapacty, under penalty of losing the benefit of allowances
Article i582 -The iDASH ma:.. mn case of incaparc ane of 35 p-rcent
and more, repisee ire Income service by an cr.denuit m n capital
form noweaer. mis method of indemnity shall be appliei 10 the
actimi of accident only, aftEr the stabilization ofl in- .r cum i inca-
pac.t and 'hen the guarantee of a judicidous use of the capital
shall be g.en to thile competent authorizes.

Article 553 -When the disab;lit3 ts not oer 10 p..rcenl, the
LDASH may -cn.ner the income into a capital waihin the maximum
limit of a year ftecr quarterl\ exarmunations b the Board for
disabdti]'s. Such 3 lumit shall be of at least tree years for dis-
abdhiLT eitending from 11 to 35 percent and of 5 years for disabdi-
tirs superior to 21 percent after the half ear exatiunaons hate
taken place

Article 58-l.-When the work accident leads to the insured em-
ployee's death the foUowing allouances shall be granted:
1 a funeral indermnit lor an affmount equivalerit to one month .
basic salao or to the basic alary of the four Jast w eeks Ic,
the relauies oii me insured employee.
2 A basic income equivalent Io 50 percent of the income to which
the in ured employee is entitled to case of a total permanent
dsablithry is due to the insured employee'e widow,
3 In the absence of a legituiate wile. 41i percent ol the income
due to the woman who has lived eith the insured employee
as -wife and hiusba-nd. dunng the year that has preceded bis
deal, proi-ded that both. woman and man were free of any
marriage bound,
4 An income equivalent to 30) percent of the revenue to which
the nsuared employee is entitled in case of a total and perma.

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neni disatoi.ibi due io eeach 0I inI ki. laTiriile --'r iltlu `ili -
aie out ac,:Knowl-gcd d enridren, if ihe latter are less than T1
yeajs of age.
5 An income equcaaj-nt to 40 percent of the one to whi-h the
insured employee is entailed in c se of petiniannrit ari.1 LOm-
plete disability .- due h.i the parent. 'I ipe mnsutil emriilon,-.
i1 the laner h&, nr,t ciit an,' chtldr-:n andL if it can ir pirtd
that those parent.. v.,:r.: dependent on th.: rinsuzed r'npl.:.y.:
wben the aceidert took place
Article S.-T-ihe i .,r c ir due tio hie turprn.:- sJl ne. i.r Mn.1, A uiJ
to the widow or l.onuJbine ;hall nor be .,..r S-i piccn[ .. In' in
come to which e riicnt il .inemployce i- r.nbti.Ad ui ia... ,i his
total and permanent i s:cr.iiiJ..
Article '-6.-A mar-rcd or urnmrnr:.j ,-i a, ho it.c-,.e'S the
income pro.-ided fir in article 564, shiil TU r.h [u Ir. rat
the momEntl :re gets married or Lies puObl .,t 'cth m-an
Article 587.-A widc- m.,. be enuitiril ,, tre incomeLn. p,, ided
for in paragraph 2 or articl- 5-4. if he i' Irrueki rith in.:pac'ir
of v.orking and if it ;- proi d that, at rt'. rimi ... ru. .-ie's dcath
he depended on the lanrr.
ArLicie 5Se -The employer who has inurej t U,- -..-kes .,rit-hed
to ru. t;er-ce, in c:.ipli.arc. with ti. -: v-uIAura, of i l: [ii ,il:
la. %hall We free .-.z aci obuigations h.i in case u.i ork
acc.deni;. except irsi. : pro.'ided for in trs. ia. and ir, o; i al
to e4i, eI.'ae as fr as i ut.i accidents ar- .rinfern-cd
Article r19--In 1rcae ) t c. proved thai lric t. .nip.l p'r-:ion
a11 iri sprnlJb l- ir't a1 Sud.'3nt o Uut a ra,.e iTgr ..eil... i ani
ob.nous carlesrie.n.i tie,: [DASH shall ,-ii-ijid tiliet ini'srcj rim
hbursrtmen li ifti- silo,.,.si.c-. scl'et.'d and hc it,'ct.xiiSe-.i k-i nd tan.
nature: mad-e in re!ia..n liti-, this accider-n
Article 5',1)-Whien as. ill -tr empt-.-::,c k -h.ll u1'i sr. ithe or(ouir-
At hi, .urk. ofr an acc denr .rn ;-i:h c rtuni.-ianc, & .: m-, cIre t -t
right to a lasua i aScgnsi a person otrn:r trian hbs eniplh.,.. in.
IDAS-H shill act a- surrogai_1 to the nirJiL._ i(t tiu t,.[.ni r. his
dependents or heirs ini t,,L ertiee ol liS right ti,. acti S h a
(Continued on page 10I

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Duvalier, Labor...
(Continued from page 9)

substitution does not free the IDASH from the obligations put un-
der its responsibility by the present law. The amount of repairs
obtained against the answerable party shall, after deduction from
repairs granted by the IDASH and costs of the lawsuit, be handed
to the employee or his beneficiaries.
Article 591.-The Government employees and workers who fall
victims of a work accident shall not be entitled to any allowances
i"- deriving from the insurance, as long as they shall occupy a paid


Article 592.-The Insurance on illness and motherhood shall, as
far as possible, be administered in close coordination with the
insurance for work accident, but shall have its own accounting
service and its own resources.
Article 593.-Shall, compulsorily, be liable to sickness and mother-
b: hood insurance, the persons mentioned in article 569 above men-
tioned, without prejudice to the provisions contained in article 568
and not included in the exemptions mentioned in article 570 when
their basic salaries calculated monthly are not over G. 500.00.
Article 594.-The rate of contribution for sick and motherhood
insurance is fixed at 4 percent of the basic salary of the insured
employee, half of this amount being at the employer's expense.
However, if the basic salary, calculated monthly, is inferior
to Gdes UO.00, the contribution shall entirely be at the employer's
P-5. expenses. If, though superior to Gdes. 110.00, this basic salary
does lot reach Gdes 160.00, the three quarters of the contribution
'shall be supported by the employer.
IDASH is authorized, after approval by the Council and with
the agreement of the Secretary of State for Labour and Social
Welfare, to reduce in a fair proportion the rate of the contributions
in proportion with the allocations accepted in execution of the
.'provisions of article 568 above.
Article 595.-When the insurance includes persons dependent on
the insured employees, the latter shall pay an additional contribu-
tion equal to 3 percent of their salaries. The amount of this contri-
button is entirely at their expenses.
The regulations of IDASH shall determine the conditions and
t; methods of inscription of the dependents as well as the measures
necessary to prevent any abuses.
Article 596.-Any failing by the dependents to paythis contribu-
P: tion' during two consecutive months or three non consecutive months
.shall deprive the latter of any right to the benefits of the insurance.
Article 597.-The employers, after having entered their names
and their employees' names, if they are subject to pay the insur-
;ce, in the form and within the period prsecribed by the regu-
t s ot. t.'WDASH, shall pay their contribution to this instituton,
r by means-of special insurance stamps that shall be put in
Mindidual insurance .booklets, either in kinds, by presenting in
such i case, pay books, or according to any other method
greed .. :by, the Director and the employer, provided that the
d tlotm pn Board gives its approval.
Article 8;-It shall not be necessary to enter an insured erp-
plyee wl enters the service of a new employer, if his previous
.., 'employer had. alre. done it and if the insured employee can
; proye it either by presenting his insurance booklet or by any meth-
od prescribed by IDASH. The new employer in this case shall men-
tion in a note to IDASH, the family and Christian name of the
insured employee, the number of his booldet of Insurance or his
". identity card. -
Article 599.-The employer shall be responsible for the payment
of the contributions due by the workers. In order to comply with
This provision, the employer is authorized, while making the pay-
.-,inment of the salaries, to deduct the portion at the expense of the
.infisured employee. Failing by the employer to do so on time,
.Shall deprive him of any right to keep more than three contribu-
.tions due at the same time, the balance to be paid shall be at his
e expenses.
article 600.-In case of illness, the insured employee shall be
entitledd to the aids mentioned in article 567, paragraph c of the
).rewlet law and to some indemnities irt kinds, the regulations of
the IDASH shall determine the proper measures to be taken to
[avoid any abuses.

Article 601.-The persons on the ii.iuired t-n (':n e.
who shall have paid tlhe contribution piLeCtnbLed in atmicle '.i o
the present law, shall, equally, be entitled to medical aid, piloided
they have been enrolled according to the regulations prescribed
by IDASH in this direction.

Article 602.-Medical aid shall be furnished on the first dabs of
the illness, (or a period of 27 weeks for the most, to the sick in-
sured employees who find themselves in the conditions provided
for in article 604, second paragraph of the present law, and of 13
weeks for their dependents.
However, the IDASH may prolong this duration up to o'ne year
in special circumstances as a long recovery.
Hospitalization when it is granted, shall not exceed 30 days in
a year. However, this period may be prolonged in some special
cases that shall be determined by IDASH as far as this organi-
zation can afford it.
Medical cares medicines included in the medical aid may be
limited by the IDASH to those that are necessary to prevent and
treat illnesses.

Article 603.-The insured employees shall receive medical cares,
as much as possible in the special clinics of IDASH. Those whose
condition requires their hospitalization shall be placed in half-pri-
late rooms of public hospitals or in private hospitals with which,
the IDASH shall have passed a contract for such services. Then
the patient shall be moved into the proper hospitals of IDASH.
The insured employees who wish to be hospitalized in private
rooms shall do so at, their own costs, by paying the difference of
hospitalization rates that exist between the private room and the
half private room.

Article 604.-In case of illness leading to complete incapacity
of working the insured employee shall be entitled to a pecuniary
allowance equal to 50 percent of his basic salary for each work
day, but this allowance cannot be inferior to Gdes 55.00 monthly.
To have a right to this allowance the insured employee must be
regularly enrolled and have paid the contribution of Insurance..,
The allowance shall equally be due in the cases when the insured
employee shall have paid his contribution during 26 weeks or 6
months in the course of the 12 months preceding his request.
The insured employee shall be entitled to the allowance from
the fourth day of disability and for the duration of his condition,
provided this condition does not exceed 26 weeks in a same year.
IDASH may be, in the light of experiences acquired during the
two first years of its foundation, raise the rate of allowances up
to 66 percent from the third year.
(Continued on pagn 11)

(Contilued from page 3)
hich completed their investig-
;ions in Haiti considered an
emergency program covering two
ears and the possibilities for
long term expansion of Edu-
However, by taking into acc-
nt the accumulated delays of
? school program, the funds
rom foreign assistance will not
solve the problem within the
'eriod planned by the Confer-
lnce of Punta Del Este. Accor-
ing to the opinion of many Ex-
ei ts, Mr. Vaast of UNESCO
,.r example, the usual method
7 years of compulsory school
attendance, 3 years of schooltea-
hers training) must be put
side, if the problem of rural
education is to be solved within
e right time.
The mission recommends to
professors and the admistra-
tors to consider the problem of
location under its economic as.
ect. They have to take into con-
leration the possibilities of thl
dget in order to educate the
-ulation at a low cost. From
s point of view, a change in
e structural programs is re-



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DUVALIER LABORi CODE Article 610.-Allowances in money in case of motherhood shall Ne
U oVA tinted ro'm page C D) be the same as in the cases of disease, and submitted to the same i
S ...conditions. The. shall be granted to the insured employees what-
He also may r euce to 2 dys the period of expectation and in ever may the legal status of the chid be. Caril
crease to 52 weeks the period durining which the pecuniary .allo- Miscarriages Aatd their consequence shall entitle the patient to .The
ances shall be provided. medical aid. The criminal miscarriage shall not--entitle the woman aw h
Artile.'615 .frI new respite. for deficiency shall- be imposed, t to allowances in money. f. inaugu
case of rlapse, Shall be considered as a relapse, any.diseasethat3 Article 611-.The' ndemnitjes shall be due only for a total of betwic
declares :itt wi 80 days after the end of -the incapacity. 84' days, six weeks before& the presumed date of the confinemients and Li
Article. 60..-To b ie d ted'to the :benefits of the pecutiary and six weeks later; the service of the indemnities shall be can-
allowance, the tnured employee .'must ;present a doctor's certifi- belled if 'during this period, the insured employee'receives other fly th
catein the shape that 'shlialbe adopted by ..IDASH. allowances as disease-allowances or. if he keeps his salary. Juan
He. must also promise to respect thd prescription, of the prac- The insured employee shall have -no right to the. indemnities for and 45
t1sing doctor. \. the days during which, she has performed a paid work, apart Mout
Article 607.-T-h'. insured employeee shall-be deprived 'of his from home economic activities that car be supported -by he health "
right to the pecuniary allowance 'provided for in' the preceding. condition. "
articles; Article 6,12.-When the disease- provokes the insured employee's iO nts4
1 If it is well established that he has wilfully provided the dis lhe employees
eae 'death, a funeral indemnity equivalent to one month of his basC
ease* .. -" ... t
2 he rel*'tb ompl ith. the e..ip o.. ,o the p ri- .Mly or to the-basic salary of the four past weeks, shall be paid .
2 If he refioni sto comply: ,i the prescipnons of the prabtis-
to his dependent, his married one, or .to his parents who,-at the
Ing door; .' .tim of the employee's 'eat, depended'on him.
3 For all the days during which he has refusefl *d submit him- aio,1 A noe ease, be eiio to Ges, .00. in a- t
This anounI'can'g h no Case, be inferior to Gdes. 105.00. In caie 1.
self to the tnbdijt exatinhination required' bp IDASH. When -i We.
*. ,. eqthe6re exists no dependent, mahed- one and parents, the paymet p.
the beneci of an allowancedoibdisease SI have exe 4po d
the.benefic o wanc have exect- shall be.tnade o the. peson that can prove that he hast uipported Af.ric
ed a. paid work the pamcent .f-tieg aloWae sha ll, cease all the.expses duri .theillness of the .dead and has paid the service
$or the days during which the, hy 'h worked. funeral expee: up to. ,. valnt a not paid, the balnc 'e
epemse$ -up to'the-guitvalqnt amount paid, qhe balance,
Article ,-'a 4:'
Article 08.-Thelnasired epyees, shall ave. no ght to any if others one. shall-become the plopety' p ASH-. :
pecuniary allowances fp the days 'durinrg'whtch .they fecive' tieir prprThe death .allowar ha, idonly wenf the- -iired e ithfoc
The death allowaiie shell; be. paid only iwfen- the insured em-'*n 6ac
salariqp, especially iti xeiution of the legal provisiohsons p:ad has b-- e at, in eac
p' ,loyee has, b.en t.l" l se at, least one year at the pASH Juan .'a
holidays; ,, and has contributed for 4' least six months, 26 weeks or 0 days, The
Article 60a.-i-- .ase o pregnancy 'a 0 onfi.ement, ;th. IDASH during the.... t. preceding his death, 'or during the last per- on Tue
shall grant the insured\ employee the sport of medical aid prescib:, w.,ot 12 monb, ending oi.ine 30 or .ecembgr, 31. p.m.,
qd in a-ticle 567 Above2 The length.'of 1o6ita jzation is ubmittp. Article 613. Bk some -spal regulations, the IDASH shall de- the do
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,. PROCESS OF INTERME"IATION IN... 4 shall neglect to keep the cards or insurance booklets and to PRBS. ADDRESS
: "(Continued from puge 11) bring the insurance stamps of each employee; DAHOMEY
5' shall neglect, without any valuable excuse to give the Inspec- .TO DAHOMEl Y...
tors of IDASH the information required or shall provide false i amongst these close ete
1 The conditions of voluntary continuation of the insurance of on so muech wished for between
S the persons who shall stop being compelled to get an insurance, i homahon; the Nations of -the "internatior
the pe t who shl ist "e a t b comp u t g y i Shall,, equally, be punished by the same penalty any one that immunity .
2 The age at whi the insurance ae to be compulory. shall prevent the representatives of IDASH from making sur- it will we* for a long ti
Article 614.-The provisions of Article 589 of the. present law the Insurance. come the ort bonds
veys related to the Insurance. come the immortal bonds
equally apply id the cases when the disease was provoked by a Article 66.-ontribution is not paid o the prescribed fraternity fecut'dated in
Article 616.-If the -.contribution is not paid on the prescribed wombs of ic a t n y
person who is Dot the victims employer. -e. wombs of Africa that your n
rson who is not the victim's empoyENTS OF DPUTES time, the defaulter shall as a fine pay an amount equal. to 10 'per be Chief His Excellency the
Article 615.hall be punished b a fine amounting from Gdes. cent of the unpaid contribution, for each month or fraction% of sident of the Dahomeyan Rep 1
F 25.00 up to Gdes 1,000.00, the employer that: month of delay. blic Hubert Maga and his peop.
r Article 617.-All employer that shall have violated the provi- have piously preserved and f
1 shall omrnit to'declare to IDASH the nature of his enterprise, w h I formulate sincere wi
eiAbe tobe inure d o r h ante sions of article 599, stating that.the employer',must se to the con- which I formulate sincere wil
the number o his employees liable to be insured or. that shall trbution insuranceof a his or ho shall s of health and prosperity.
make is declarations latd and untrue; May this noble gesture towan
2 sha neglect to inform the IDASH on any accident occurred have deducted from the sal o the employee amounts higher he Consitutional Chief of t
2 shall nglet tof his workers the DAs provoked on any disability for more than the share provided for n the present law art. 595 shal re- 'aitian Nption insure the P
to one of his rkers as provoked a ds for more ceive a fine amounting to Gdes. 50.00. RENNITY OF THE SACRE
than one day; a
-, '.' o to This fine'shall be' applied as many times as a workerishall have UNION of thq Dahomeyan a
3 shall neglect to keep regularly and to keep in order to pre- n aie P
3 shal neg t tokeep ar and to keep in been a victim of this infringement, but the total 'of fines, thus laltian peoples.
'* isent the? to IDAS6 on request, the payrolls and.the register National Palace
sent them to DA ieqst, the payrolls and e register applied shall not rise':over des. 1,000.00. Moreover the employer Naonal Palace
of the,insured employees as per the regulations adopted by Port au Prince, June 20, 196
S the ured employees as per the regulations adopted by shall be compelled to. reimburse the workers or emp.rpyees for _
'. -,* all. amounts illegally 'deducted from their salaries. CERAMIST LEAP
Article 618.- Every Lime: an enterprise passes from an Oemployer FORWARD
ART NOTICEto another-oe, theirs one shall, before .the date at, whichh the (Oontlued from 'page 1)
,.l-' CINTRE ....^ D: N I '"IDASIt shall -have beeri advised in writing .f ..the occurring change, The Association of Haitian C
-,'. '. '' be held jointly"responsibie with the new' employer, for'. the execu- -vmists,, with a growing mem
i TI A' t Cbl ISeI rs on of the obligations-resulting from the present law, this, during ership at d, has evolved into
A' J tL iA. _p..lAJ .AYS ailj year, after which', all the responsibilities shall. be assumed by o e afull-fledged lorishpig
e new V.e h movement that is
9 establish .schooL of nHit
.. )aintgrs :for an audience. ."
SAccording e law: there is a change of 'mPloy i, .. .. eb siti ht the .ren
eatlb6 .'management of ii enteirinse, every time a person acquires ist tite iigt week under the sl
: '.. st all or the greatest opfrt ,f. the' firt employee's properties an: "Ni 'a ni deux, mais ce
Pe Imaj< 1g on the gallery ,Second Oto en an& affects them in the sameenerprise or in a different one. iei.. sel le puple est cre
first Alm.. i -'iArtiicle 619.-The insured'-ei1ployee Or his beneficiaries hall keep se n i hangi
n Of i&'Wvm be reward- on; receiving allowances ih .pecie, after a, cause. of discontinuance ing enough to be discovered b
|| V" &te W withdrawal of such allbwances has 'occurred, "Ahi" be:com- all Haitiqn with .an apprecintin
P : o la etT to refnd al mney illegally -:received ,, anitere o of art.
-or in: cent th ut e-to th- .unis Ode ,w id; lyMr. Maurice
S ode 'c tiqte, quickly purchase.
.. .Article 620.-The insured employee or' his beneficiaries tht sha hol etion many

rem d present Law o; which no Aother cnnaisseur and.spo
If he .

Article a l insuredbeenpovidede for hisa be punished by all r of ,Haitian fid, Bishop Anfre
y bq compelled to reimbrs all allowances received legally e e the ssoalution b
E ld of- IDASH, in ftine that' hdab -thedrem G res ta des io n .t dthe raha. Txtt A s" t

m A~ *4hent. The enliesi Ad .by IDASH shall be nf ac- containing the best .-for
ri nad -Bishop Voegeli's ntio
IPEN.SA LE.,. FOR. 0000wioutprejudngthe .puishmented for th e ayet rn- an be compared to acceptansde
i ... '(Continued on ". 'd, amonto t the artists, best pi.
..... ..::. ; '.;::;.. IArtcle 62i-:--The.,.nfringements to the present Law ch no Anotherpnnaisseur and spo

'* 1&SHEtRS
J& III-'. .' ."" 0'. :s'-s l punished by a fine r of Rai" ,, r Bishop Ano
BS ^ % ^' *. ,. o ... ., + -, .... -. .- Voegeli pased the'evolution

.. d. .... .. 'he ceramists
T Sascertained draw-.upby .rees words. h Episcopalen Bish

e RR L.L d b ,.SAVE UP TO 60' Per Cent ON IMPORTS '
...... retainNd the ceramists Associ
|i .7,. Ko. ind be of- ,ASH, in th. forh stablished- by *the regulations, t on to do.'he St. Trinity Cathee
| N Article 623.-The application''of the'penaities provided for by the al windows in their 'new Mne0
,B ...= ;,":'. 6,', oi.^-.^". : '."'"i IDASH on the basis 0f the official-report concerning th.', iinfring,. ....- .e'd ,; iaas."i"
,lk '"t., ment. The penalties IDASH-shall be enforceable 'a- .r e st a oi o
i$\^(B:' cording to the same procedure' used for thep aymerit To0 --Go'1en-: can be compared to acceptance
'-- F ":!^... (Continued on pae 14) Into the "Beaux Afts." pago 1B

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Plebeian prices for such regal riches, too. A lavish luncheon,
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(Continued from page 12)
ment taxes. The amounts thus received as fines, shall be entered
to the credit side of a special account of the Labour and Socia
Welfare Department, for the development of its program of pre
k venting all Labour accidents.
Article 624.-To be qualified to present a claim against a fine
inflicted by the Direction of IDASH, the interested party mus
first prove that he has already paid the fine in its integrity.
The claim must be produced in a maximum delay of 5 days, apar
from the delay of distance, from the date the infliction of the fine
was notified. It shall be presented before the Tribunal of Labowu
in the employer's jurisdiction and shall be judged as summary
(. proceedings.
Article 625.-Against all resolution taken by IDASH related to
subjection to insurance, to the amount of the contributions, to the
rights of the insured employees, to allowances and to the amount
of those allowances and in case of disagreement between employ-
ers and insured employees, the interested parties may apply to
the Tribunal of' Labour in the Employer's jurisdiction. The appeal
is not a stay as far as the effect of the resolution is concerned.
Article 626.-The beneficiaries of allowances in kind or in nature
shall be obliged 'to respect the regulations adopted to insure the

: application of the present Law.
All infringement to the provisions of the present law may lead
f. to. a discontinuance of the allowances for insurances, in pursu-
ance of the regulations of IDASH.
j. Article 627.-The allowances shall, equally, be discontinued when
ile.beneficiary goes abroad, unless an agreement had been passed
a..bloe his departure, between the insured employee and IDASH,
p.? *Ccerning the duration of his absence.
..-'>'The members of the insured employee's family shall have no
Wright, to any indemnity if they do not live in Haiti.
Article 628.-In no case shall an insured employee be allowed
:ip;to cumulate pecuniary allowances. The insured employee shall
ceive only the most important allAvance for the days during
whch he would be .entitjtled to two allowances for the same disab-

Article 629.-During the hospital treatment, the IDASH may re-
': .duce' by half the pecuniary allowance of the insured employee, if
ft he has no dependents.
Article 630.-When an allowance has been entirely paid to one
or several trustees of the insured employee, if, later one, others
..come who lay down equal or superior rights, they have no appeal
... against the IDASH, but only against those who have illegally pro-
fited by the allowances or whose rights are limited. In case it
is a periodical pension, necessary arrangements shall be made
by IDASH for future payments, without incurring any responsibility
as to the already paid arrears.
Article 631.-IDASH may audit the amount of the allowances in
case of any mistake in the datas that have served as a basis for
.:. the calculation of the pensions and funeral indemnities. If the
revision aims at reducing the pension or suppressing the right
to the pension, it shall have no retroactive effect on the arrears
alreadyy paid, unless their payment was based on an illegal request
.,or false declarations, in which case the total restitution is required.
Article 632.-The allowances in money attributed to the insured
employees are untransferable and unalienable.
r Article 633.-According to the present law, the IDASH shall be
j:'rentitled to send its inspectors to the places where the work is
L; 'being performed, The employers and workers must facilitate the
.task so as to guarantee the quickness and efficiency of the ins-
:;pection. The legal and police authorities must give all requested
p.i help to IDASH so that it can practise its functions in the best pos-
Pi able conditions.
E.- Article 634.-The information about an assured employee and
-: given by him or by any other person, especially his doctor, dentist,
nurse or his employer, as prescribed by the present law, have a
confidentiall character and must not be divulged by the IDASH in
a way that revelas the identity of the person concerned or the one
.:who has given them, except, however, when it is necessary to do
-8o' in application of the present law. .
:,;.Article 635.-The employers are obliged to supply the IDASH
With all the information that might be requested earnestly in view
.t the extension and improvement of the system.

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Article 636.-The following privileges shall be conceded to the
1 Exoneration from all taxes on personal and real estates with
the exception of taxes assignable to Government services,
such as (taxes on water, telephone, etc.i.
2 Exoneration from customs duties on goods or objects to be
imported by the IDASH for its use.
3 Exoneration from the use of stamped paper and fees for re-
4 Immunity from seizure for all its properties, real estates and
Article 637.-The penalties provided for by the Penal Code against
counterfeit of stamps and others are also applicable to all counter-
feit or fraudulent imitation of stamps of the IDASH.
Article 638.-By a decree law of the President of the Republic,
shall be fixed the regulations, the Status of the personnel and the
methods of functioning of the IDASH (Institution for Socail Welfare
of Haiti).

Every Wednesday Night

FEATURING HAr'I',S MOIl hjnAcii'iir
(free Meringue Lessons at 9:30 p.m.).

5 The Direction of the Casino International take4
w pleasure to present to its amiable clients the Spec-4
ttacle of the Season:

iin the lime-light, the Fnlklorice Troup of the Casino'

directed by the

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SUNDAY JUNE 24th, 1962

2 Army Boys
Impressed By U.S.

Port au Prince Two Haitian
\rmy Corpsmen, Privates Jas-
.*in Schubert, of Jacmel, and Ju-
ien Honore, of Gonaives, recent-
y returned from seven month's
mental training in the United
Sponsored by the U. S. Naval
mission to Haiti, the two priv-
les observed American military
medical techniques and denial
-ractices and studied English
1iring their seven month stay.
In an interview with the Camp
ejeune Globe, a U.S. Marine
orps newspaper, Schubert obs-
rved that "Americans are fri-
idly people who have lots of
things to do and places to go
'hey shared their pleasures with
s. The people of the United Sta-
es know how to treat a strang-
"The only souvenirs we are
king back to our country"
'ys Honore, "are the ones of
-indness and generosity the
;cans have shown us."

9 Air Men Train
In Panama

Nine Haitian airmen, recently
-eturned from five months' tech-
lcal training at a United States
'ir Force- training center in Pa-,j
Their five months' training spon-
-ored by the U.S. Air Force Mis-
sion to Haiti, was devoted to
'win-engine aircraft mechanics
Accompanying the group as a
-Tuest instructor, was T-Sgt. Vi-
lanor Momplaisir the air-
men are: Top row: Hubert Char-
'es, Michel Lubert, Alziphat An-
tonio, Andre Wilfred. Mesidor
Andre, Momplaisir; front iow:
Paul Othoniel, Eddy L o u h y s.
Bonne-Anne Charles, Guy Mon- I


(Continued from page 11)
The night departures provide for
ideal air connections at San
With San Juan as a piv-it
point, Pan Am will offer single.
carrier connecting service to Eu-
rope for many of the Caribbean
points, among them Jamaica,
Haiti, the Dominican Republic,
Curacao, Trinidad and Caracas.
The flights over the "sunshine"
route will not be subject to the
delays and vagaries of the win-
try North Atlantic air lanes.
They also eliminate the time.
consuming complications of ter-
minal connections at the giant t
New York international complex. .
Return flights from Lisbcn to
Puerto Rico are on Sund&y and
Wednesday. Thanks to the time
difference, these flights depart
Lisbon at 4:30 p.m. and arrive
San Juan at 6:30 p.m.

$rSSkAY JUNLk 4th, 1962. HA I SUN iAe

y seriouslyy i Cap, had teeved an anonymous phone ca before '
leaving warning her that if she went to Haiti she'd never, :ce
.. .w .. ...
.e 0 '' ",lack Mnickerbocker also ral ed an6ther 'dea&t m Haiti 0 h.
of Efeen' terick. lNot even the dead cn .res -t Weey, er "
-A double -ank-you to: Carlos, Sop.for cmmqdin (malor, crawled on a plane for Texas again the other day.'He's-been 6l .ng' a r "Dr r oleAw
the watch 'repair, man. He replied my crysta and fixed the 'erdue, bat wa sick this time. -Lovely Michelle Sejourne f I-'Le- MaE.,, ." .
widfg sti m -- d 'what do you think? .lNo change! Codidn't back i the.hote game. Yoll find herit the Caribe nowadays. ofme T.a
have beeh moe ourteous. ---The new one.gon~d-~e toi i'- ind -Today sIKyona day- the.oficial opening unddr the new tfpn t the nt gie:
the constructia .of..the Lyceum of Peionville- i igi, drivers the- :ait till you. see all the improvements. -"R heebie-jeebles. It would be better to sell- cmnnlfltickets -at a alve powers are the mot., Of course, thati Corvairhas quiteome t evon a
special price per. month. .Wh person always haste eightt change pik-power oost wee.Ja.untnd
month. Wn. xier jpL ast week. Jaw,. Wast&'b1f K anas. city, td ]n o, ,r ...,.
--or even any- Z the time? -Never say Tony Tburnier as happy -ir .gi1 fiends Violet and Catherine fell in ldve :it it, with the. e Le Monoc' coltinuAi
as when hS learied'Brazil. bawon the world soccer .championship. Citadelle and with Ronnie. Ah, yoth! -At last there.-is a"-biogvr W- Wht. weare. arinos
Man, he. .'reay rt. I was gla, to sqe it t. .. this.. hemisphere. phy of Marconi.written .by hn daughter,,With 9radiobmssages now deia' &,' ..h v1iy'4 i
too. AFor the, first.time iq ,,, doiblerairibow the. i. gfr -s. e probe iopns of niles Earth, ituc ha,
other.-day -after a iln -- ane .ng i sh le' bhid the to realize that it was asecentlyas 1901 that t-e "ridio .gnal "4 '
other .'Ddr..Roimy- can ybuit.e t ot a rainbow -m tie'three ddts' o the More letter S- was- s 't 's across, t tle i mI~ the'
as g6w the RoPoff P tt.utinniph~ going into action again' Atlantic Ocein. Temus tugit. .. .The 'ofi the.plait 4
Hel! eThe .1e-CL ae ai'out of Bill'Fraser's tire 9 M A. w'uV. e ule umww.
Sad re.mbved al his l a ck 'r Iock -ner ito aI pe to.
Ger a.d, r -~, ,, h", ,tw.",A d apwl= to" see an ..p"...l ... .' "
kicked out of the ,,way) .....- ont' -let th- ,i i oe youL : '", i, .a..
t. -he -guy % t wholI"'.... re ; 'T l "-w "-asa.t.
carries 'one to' wrk and. an dth -,.'pi- eggs h I .-l:.e
Carries inhi, W'bricase.U A A, v$ R., -,,. %;, o .W .ENTMT PHOTOS PASSPORT PHOTOS" : ce ,eei ne to
ratire i _q -. 's
tri .* R D ,
W 7I a 'itp L)[ie ah', 6t'% r rrr'c GS.'.".-:'tN *-/ P| lRODU^i 0 T .t e ti y-.' ".e3'
.' N R E N ..., ..... .... .r.ue ,ito :.m -f a.K _._. , ,wff the .thedusta 4i s. AN T eo"
t ..r.. 'a. tiiA-. '.'were d M eLe :No. .0 -- -, B d l'J ..i6 c ioursl"a..pieCe C.1

a P. ; h p.:the i ,. o ;._, .,:K :o m. ..e. ..d.o, .. :" m "E
hfilre early V nci con ai n do r'A
Th th e aU %a n bik. Po lde4 tA 'A re.)
4an r juib nen ty .o stIid I. MCI ..M....
S thee' ore th is" tbsines'. o,. .f t. uS. *n" o tst..t ..u set..

Sfilglee. J-conare;ut atth s
Thi ipL j|U 4" d refiiel o .

daer s acn um th is -xm 4d;.. 'Wll tre
.. opew atin.. ki. t I y... ,, an ..... .. ....,, f V -te4 tiles ..:

ier uealpn. tas beord- f.,6 tog -gnt i ic oret"_ ,t se' c
otettacpeshocked 4 rO tq 'a 1F l0 le ne "op s wiute background, t

,ble the s ad oa oiwp onhoI oi vr lao to aagropotrebchi
V -0 ad gn',l t e z .po'G A- -'C A+.

laterialn It as/ otal n the heat : ,e.! h and b oil- No Iot center, no cold P- UaN

,mon Die.. -.. .ew Y.pping i ,..* .... ,,h ,e ,"-h
t e o,,'.i.. ; .ke bu .1 ''F. 1o d r-:.t'.

These interesting -oit: reprints of .Adot tH ti skethiesi, p oP Point ates a hosting imposes i
and spd't 'rn*.HerbexJsorso,*'inr om asoga 's o 'v 0.u .o n,?d'r by PRObPERI. ,

d.rif'es toh anAmi n sai, 3 ent huri n. hym ., E OVEN G with-valite window. b.. b" "i A
Metropole." Al I can. sis, Ipe the.onget m Ters LIFTOr BINE and .PLLUT BROILER for pine wonde
from ke i MronLide (who ded eaerore rough cle .- n-el by Mle

,,t'sONOTBOL UNE makes every n'ods '. On e write te A
'w ith .-^ r, e y....," "th.... .. .e y.u kt. b u. .. .. .. .. .. .. -: ,. i- '.he^ ii& Of Me..o un J
T oo... o few.tur to lst hter. Yo" m'st see it to a" 's hilt" SAc
ope appreciate it. Easy ter's too. templaing the scene; andon tht

.. .. TROPICAL GAS COMPANY, INC.- right corner, a lie standng-
his h. .... .,.,- UE PAy.EE nothing emphasizing the impre.-

are being d .o j &itln- STpttlae -:lm ^ 't U m L- A s n 'f e sio; of duspth. Te whole jtpeakst,
the *I ^ l ll AL U'2#wa .Mr^ ri&'-- ery- icnts ey to the eyes and the' A
:th -aotch Ue T.,"el .61 eY'000.-.hroe. The "g .ee ae
*attack, sho ckid. p. WondeS' ..e.. n. '"1 ;' ki "LA,,,' lor' 'x le uIt

S.e I bCe .t N"tO .ot ono. key),: BRUTUS (with tormented 40
i" '.o, a Di) ..M flWew Y k pnkes possib-e '. 4a: .,tal

'.hes inerestino g t.i -:int oP Ad.,' .orn D:in ske tche"' ." $" aer.and a .i.ti% a tn-
PlNe OI PT'&- Co.ol *n iecoc anatic o,.. P iderful miniatures ot Mepl'e Yl
.. &;v.. .,,.d, E EN A. re l.

triam the. dxFhmsive Agent: Oe. h e'rA ESK t T e l(td on the p.e o
hrM."O. the.UU4-.-OVEN wit h 'ossil v or byk 'IA,,e-tr 19.-.dG f
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.E O OR. makesoevery.fS...... wa, ..,
atcupping m.. some,To!...o :ading. Milmionan art -llecto a mi soi -it.-M oplis.tgo her.o u see. itto,:-. tsake a nt e -

riflesfor aft 'A]m sowlrT, .OwenC huGASng'-fod, COMPA NY tIN'C righ. tVco rnerainet windofw
RUE PE nothL O in g'Hhhaiin teIM: T npr."

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ey tern.too. ramplating the ly n the
t J OHE'WR TROPICAL GAS.d-COMPANY, INC.m -rigt-comer,..lines

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(continued from page 15) tnitive M 'ng, and the execution is a pleas- I (Continued from pag6j) I
11" 1. I .1 --e to' Ion which has always divided the two opposite sectors of ti:
I thumb. Real miniatures! But ous relief. This faith, a bit pri- I I I ,- 1. 1. !
iational public, opinion, ,for its complexity itself and for its- r. slut:
,- : how- keen, the observation of post- mitives 'of the greater part of i -Hope And Its Reasons I I I 1. I 1, le I ,
.1 I I ..
ures arid movements!'Especially, :our believen z er- )n the peasan life. Then we shall just'have to rejt,)ice
will'tio 'doubt: vibr- Ths .exposition will have p t % I once agaii
..:.', that in a r v e I o t s "suite raria I ,ate -intens' I ti -1 mitted Alle. 'great, public ,to see )ver your;sense,Of justice. I I I i .1
.. I ely.,lo, these "sta ons I I I
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"; ceramic. has However; JW04tcy if necessary, I 11
1. composeq of some ten "'dechai- which a. church, should buy., that the Haitian -, ,,,. HonoAable GentlemQ7 Deputiq
1. 911111311 I 11
ii nes" dancers, inale' and female Tor Our Flowers.. I 1. I I i I 1.
:1 .ken a new be i 9- Begin : 'iat I submitlo ,Yo1iikjudlcious ind patriotic appreciation, the fo.
1. .. 11 th torso. for- in. the field of vases, finally, ing which may lead to blossom owing considerati ` I I 11 I
,, jumping, sliding, eir : I ons:, .
--' q I notie'd Roger THOMAS and ,,-g for the membe I I ,, I ; ) I I
... ., rs of the Na I A
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ward or thrown back arm we e 11 ..
i',;. I s L-A market proves indis
-Y'..,, 1, I ''I I p tional Ceramiststs Association I I pe nsable irt/the rural communities i ..
,- ,. Real yliarm- TONTON NOR .:Nothing of spe- 1 I ,
". thing the air, etd., .D I ntain
,.i. ,., I I I is through .ull evolution, such is the' case of the mou parishes, wher-
7 : ing little works which mdke'you cial.originately.' Agreable forms, ,em persuaded that I I 1.
; ,. 1. 1 I. I I C' ,Ster around i, the ,churh a whole scholar p .. I
; the gro ul .. glazed colo am work, fraternal mutual ri .1 I :1 opulatib to be riou
;.. : feel. like( sitting on und ,beautif urs. Is this I I I 11 11, on

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