UFDC Home  |  Search all Groups  |  Digital Library of the Caribbean  |  dLOC  |  Caribbean Newspaper Digital Library  

Haiti sun

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00081


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text



S14L

Weekly

iF^ HIf Jon
u-I unaay 100 S


PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI Avenue Marie-Jeanne CITE DUMARIAIS ESTIME Phone 2061 Vol XX Sunday October 22nd, 1961 No. 51



October 17th Salute To Th


p.rogramOf
jprog*a Of Mem oryOfDessalin ei
United Nation's Day -
iQ .'" ^l ^ ) ;~" -. *: ... .... ""
TUEDAY -OCTOBER 24, 1961 9 .
8:lan--Place of United Na-
Stions (Exposition City) United
S..,itions' Flag ,will be run up .
nkr the Haitian Flag in pre
sence -of Diplomatic Corps Mem- is "
bed; Civil, Military and Reli g- -
tiorls authorities; Lycees and -
Schools' Delegations of the Cap- : .. '. ,
ital.
One cknnon-saluf fom tort. p w 4
NStional. 3. ,c i
Address by Mr Clovis Kerni- .l
zan, Rector of State Universi ty.
and Mr Jean Richardot, Resido .s
ent-Delegakte i Telnical As ist-
ance Office Tr~ete Nan.' .
InHaiti. _'Dw e ,. irst Lady, Secretary Boileau Mehn, .panied b
in-Haiti. P det DuVe irst Lady, Secretary Boea Meh, His Excellency the President of the Republic accompanied b
General Boucliaut, LtfColonel Gracia Jacques and group of Gen. Boucicaut, Ministers Chalmers, Mehu and Presidential
I:l0am--The Resident-Delegate offeials at the Cathedral. Guard bows his head in reverence at Pont Rouge, where ,
f" Teca deta (photo Dietz) the National Hero met the angel of death.


Ree Awards Discontinued TA, F. noB
12:00--Brot:dcast over "Radio- Tuesday October 19th,' at the His ExcellencyDr Francois Du-
Commerce." .Salle des Bustes"' in the Na- valier, President of the Repub-
tional Palace, the solemn prize- lic, delivered, personally, two
(a) Messagent of His Ecellen- giving "Jean-Jacques Dessali- 'checks of $2,000.00 each to the Pan American World Airways
...cy the President of the Repu-
blic; nes" and "Dumarsais Estime" laureates, in the presence of of- has advised that effective Octob-
S; to the Poet Roussan Camille and ficials of Government, Ambas- er 29th, Flights 433 and 434 bet-
(b) Appropriate Music. Historian H1nock Troulliot took sadors and Cultural Delegates ween Miami Port au Prince
I'"r ,s ,@pace. accredited .to Haiti, professors, Curacao Caracas and~ Tri-
S. e ........ .., Studehts -an intellectuals, etc.. nidad will be discontinued. For
es l estraon "Place After th rafea g, S Ir"eor- We wish our colleagues well the Winter months onry they
des Heros de l'Independance." g, 7.J. Figaro, iur-SeT 4 y and pay homage to the Spiritual may renew such flights with pis-
Appropriate ceremonies T'of State at Informition, df La Leader of the Nation, S. E. Dr ton planes and a shuttle service
take place by civil, Military and and Decree instituting the priz- Francois Duvalier, Creator of between Miami -- Port au Prin-
Religious authorities in all the es, Mr Paul Blicnet, Secretary the "Jehn-Jacques Dessalines" ce Ciudad Trujillo on Decem-
towns of the Republic. o1 State of Cdo~diation and Mr and "Dumarsais Estime" Piz- ber" 15th.
Dark Dress. .. Jean Fouchard, Historian spoke. es.
It appears obvious that other
... ,,. interested airlines, suchas KLM,
Trans-Canada, Air France and
BOAC might jump in to gobble Mr and Mrs Richard ee

,ik O fferiPAA now handle exclusively. gagement of their daughter,
0 This would be a 'serious loss to dith Ann to Captain Ivan
ii.. 9 American airlines and could be Home. He is the son of E
followed by a further loss in air- Horne from Philadelphia, Pa,
V Af -craft purchases to non-American
1me .plane manufacturers. A December wedding is'
S(Continued on page 16) ned. Miss Winters attended S
Double Offerings tiago Couege in Santiago, Ciil
n o'59 Beauty Queen S.A. She later, graduated fro-
0 klahoma State 1niver's'
50 Avenue Bouzon, Port au Prin- Becomes Mother where she was a member' f;i
the KAPPA Delta Surority .'a.n
ce, Diocesan President ,of "Les she is ow teaching i th De-
Dames de ]'Eghse -Episcopale she is now teaching in thd'Deh-i
Dames de 'Eglise Episcopale Haiti's lovely Queen C. F. Fi- ver, Colorado, -School system..i
nd'Hait (Riscopgl Churcho- shel gave birth to a baby boy
men ofHa is here shown (to on October 20th at her home in Her fiance is with the N
extreme right in picture) pre- Klegensburg, Germany, it was Mission attended the Univeri"
sending to the Presiding Bishop "announced by cable Friday mor- of Penn. and was commissioned
of the Protestant E i s c o p a I ning- in the Marine Corps,. In 1953.;,
Church, the Right Reverend Ar- Mrs Walles Fishel and: the His over seas service has includ-.
thur C, Lichtenberger, the Thank j ,
Offering of the Epicopal Church- child are well and the Jean Fou- ed duty in China Mediterraneait
(ontiued on E page 5) Cchard family very happy with Area as well as Sea duty aboard~2
... opthe news. the U.S.S. Goral Sea.
.J."1" "' ". *'- "






PAE A



Worms Tur


Static?
S.
sm mImu-".M


One of the last Palinurian joys
oi civilized middle age is to sit
-ip 'front of the log fire, sip a
'glass of brandy and read the
',Worm-Rummer's Digest Its full
:title, .s: "An Informal Journal of
':.Codniparative Psychology, Publ-
fiteod Irregularly by the Plana-
5.'a' Research Group, Depart-
:.'tent of Psychology, the Univer-
S ty of Michigan."
ST gentle, monster on -its
Eot of -arms is a two-headed
S atworm of the species Plana-
r.a :.D. Tigiina,. the coronet on
0 ,op# is known to connoisseurs as
a Hebbian neuron assembly 'and
Stle motto underneath, freely
r-.tianslated, reads: "When I'have
finishedd explaining, you will un-
ideiisband even less."


"HAITI


_P~~


SUN"


ning While


their, it should be mentioned
that during the mating season
the worms become cannibals,
devouring everything alive that
comes their way, including their
own previously discarded tails,
which were in the process of
growing a new head. Thus the
status quo ante is re-established
by feedback, as it were.
The head, however, is rarely
eaten and never by its own
discarded tall, though technic-
ally this would be possible be-
cause the mouth of the' creature
is near the center of its belly,
where mammalians carry their
navels, and equipped with a re-
tractable sucker.

All of this goes to show that


4 =;' at that time evolution was in
:'.. a rather confused and undecid-
,I':The editor of this journal, in ed phase, as if trying to make
Vhich' articles on "Einstein's up its mind whether sex was
fitl 'Friday" and poems of mar- really necessary for progress;
i printability -l.u x u r i a te and, if so, whether male and fe-
'ng .the technical research male should cohabit in the lit-
K.im: wr4,' Is Prof. James V. Me- eral sense, that is, dwell in the
.ioi.d l-, an austere young expe- same body or be sd'ted out
ix.iet'al. psychologist who, like once and for all.
m',ay a good man before him,
i~-leveloped a passion for fat-
. worms. The fascinatiori of these The latter idea won, for bet-
k;.animals derives from the fact ter or worse, but the Planaria
* that they are the-lowest oreat- were- not informed of this and
,twies in the evolutionary hierar- were left in confusion. Accord-
w hich possess a brain -of ingly, we can tell neither. whet-
tta .aid a 'true central nervous her the creature is male or fem-
system. with bilateral svmmet- ale nor whether the products of


ing from one end of the trough
to the other with its peculiar,
snail-like gliding motion. Under
the microscope, its smooth and
svelte body, with its algae-green
and brown specks, looks rather
pretty, though the squinting
eyes are somewhat humorless-
they 'are light-sensitive, but have
no lenses and .no pattern vision.
/ "
Training" the creature consists
in suddenly flashing the strong
light of two 100-watt bulbs on
it, followed by an electric shock.
In the untrained animal, the
light causes no reaction, where-
as the shock causes a sharp' to
violent contraction of the body.

After a. number of repetitions,
the worm learns that the light
is a signal heralding the shock


M Man emaii

and contracts when the light is Now, four weeks are a
switched on.. It has learned to time in the life of worm,
associate light with shock-or, it is to be expected that it wS
if you like. acquired a condi- forget a considerable amount,
tioned reflex. what it has previousfy.- leara
-even if not distracted 'ty bei
The next step was to train the cut intotwo and having to bu
animal, then cut it into halves, the missing halves. 'A cont,
allow both halves to regenerate group was therefore trained a
and then find out how much of then kept idle for a month f
its- acquired- learning each re- see how much 'brushing' i
generated individual retained, the worms needed to.rei
their former profici~ieny.
Here a slight difficulty arose. The result was as-folloiss;:
A ''head" or a "tail" will usu- the average, a group of worai
ally regenerate into a complete needs 150 6'lessons" of light-fI
individual within a fortnight. lowed-by-shock until it learns 1
But to. make sure that all inter- respond to light alone. Aft(
nal organs had a chance to de- four weeks rest, some worn
velop properly, an additional will still respond to the light
fortnight was allowed before
testing began. (Continued on page


Lunch Dine Have Cocktails

EXCELLENT LOBSTER DISHES A SPECIALITY

By The SEA-SIDE


At


KYONA BEACH


HAVE-YOUR PARTY AT KYONA
Swim, Spearfish, Snorkle, Water-Ski
And Sail In Safe Coastal
Wnatrs From Kv nni


,V.lt.t. t ..the sane. time 'the its asexual fission are its "des- DEEP-SEA FISING EXCURSIONS
eh tranking among organ- cendants" or the "same indivi-
.whch reproduce by fission, dual' 'or its Doppelgaenger.

ibultiply both asexually This is an -old philosophical f- A *,&t,
'.e~l ally. In summer, they teaser, but the McConnell team's
i. la to drop their tAils and experiments were designed to *
1-9OW pew ones, while the tails ask a new question: Does the n O n
:gt'ow new heads. Under fa- regenerated individual preserve o u n c in g Te
SErable conditions, they-can be a "personal memory?" Is it ca- O f T h e Y e a
*|'.iCed into five or six segments, able of "remembering" what
ch: of which will develop all happened to it before the fis-
missing -organs and grow sion-before the world split into
irit .a complete individual, as two? Does the head which grew A
i,...god as.new. a new tail "remember" more
Than the tail which grew a new
ScWhen fully grown, -howevei head? MSON ORIENTA
: "(which means _about half an c E
n:ich in length), the delights of The questions have to be hed- I A ISO N O R IEI
f- ission-yield to those of mating. ged around by quotation marks,
.These are further enhanced by for we are moving in muddy se- -
"the. fact that they are herma- mantic waters. But they must
P-Zhrodytes; -while young.' they not be taken lightly, because it '
CfUittion as males, but after is in the makeshift brain of the 4
.nore mature reflection, as fern- flatworm that the history of the 9
Iales, which lay eggs. mind originates.

.In the adult animal, both sets .. That Planaria are capable of AFTER 5 YEARS
ai.of reproductive organs are pre- learning and have a memory
s-;,ent, and though the male or- was known for a long time. The
g means mature fist, the two pha- experimental procedure- design- PRICES UNBELIEVABLY SLASHED ON ITEMS
. ses may overlay. The species ed by Thompson and McConnell a
STiagrina, for instance, practices consists in putting the worm FOR LADIES, MEN, GIFTS (ETC.)
tciprocal copulation: worm A, into a shallow plastic trough,
'witt hiis male organ, fertilizes half an inch in diameter, 12
. worm B, and is simultaneously inches long,-filled with aquarium SAVE... GET MORE FOR YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
t. fertilized in her female sector water.
i:'by worm B; a perfect example WHILE THIS OFFER LASTS ONLY
:of give and take, in spite of the When the worm (which is nor-
Sgi ammatical difficulties, mally kept in a fingerbowl of FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY
its ownL-gets accustomed to its
complicate matters still fur- new environment, it starts mov-
-- -)


11
1


Sunday OCTOBER 2, 21,







| ni-----t---- -------- -----


VIR MGIN 1SANDS GET TELE-HAITI WEEKLY SCHEDULE
BOOSTT FROM EXTRA .
iEtt l .ALLOWANCE
Si I-York- Felnow members October 23 To October 29, 1961
bof he' Virgin Islands in the Car- .
.ibl~an Tourist Association were Monday October 23, 1961: "LOISIRS DU LUNDI SIR0"
,'bofted- miffed last week at the '
attentionn being 'given the spe- 6:30-Musical Program, presented by Anson Music Center
.ial $200 V.I. shopping exbmp- 6:30-Evening general program schedule
"iot .:(Everywhere else -the new 6 i en ,
S1i-fre limit for U.S. travel- 6:33-Cildren's program: Cartoons
i $'is$100.) 7:10-Weather report
.i,.. df,.the complaint is the 7:15-- Love Lucy: (Cont'd)
jew U.S. customs declaration 7.45-Telenews (1st edition) Review of the day's events'
*rinr, which points out that fou- 8:00--The Ford Show, with Rose-Mary Cloone'y
.l4S may bring .home an etra .8:30-The United Shoe Association, S.A., the most modern shoe
$100 "in duty-free goods from'
rgiri Islands. factory in the, Caribbean presents its program: "Highway
Pleased by Publicity Patrol" starring Broderick Crawford.
f. tin: the Least bit abashed 9:00-Telenews (2nd- edition) Summnary of the late news, present-"
.,t.e.t windfall' in. publicity, ed by the Esso Reporter .
'., Ralph Paiewonsky was de- 9 05-Powell Indstrial Works Program
sdfibed. in the local .V.I. press 9:30-ril Paysages
.a"'tweek. as being- 'eL-,pleased
- u-the. station. ? 10:00-Close of Program National Anthem
"'Pbointing out t~, the Vgi 10:00--Close of Program National Anthem
Islands are -gtting 'free, inter- .
nationall, publicity" fpm U.S .. -.
t", '4the.: Gosveiror said:i. oe y ictob 2A4, 161
"Youcn't d. better than. that .....
He.continued: L 'Since -, these 6:306Musical Program, presented by Anson Music Center
forms get into the hands of 6:30--Rening general progr schedule
tourists and travel tn general progra,,schedule
'should point up the, a-. ages : 6:35.-Weather report
of coming to the islands 6:41--Children's program
S. .... ..7 .. .* .: *, e "": 1 ;
"* *A : ^ ... ,. .. .
; .t; 't'-".', "4 ",. -


1wq~iyp irucwtr

-{ :': :'0: ,




;1. A': :00O.1
..- ... -, ..,..
I"-,:-"- '"0'"I r [ II I : '- -" ;'" .:. ,.-', ,-...7,...
,~ ~ ~.. ; I .. J 7-"",':


-. .'.. '
"t&:.: r.4~'.


U .


.
. .......


7:00-Science Fiction ,.
7:30-Haitian -istory, with Ernst TMruillot
7:-elenew- (1st' editldn) Review o' the dayrs seven
8:00-Documentaries and Musical Show .i
8:30-Telecinema :
9:00-Esso Repoiter .
9:05-Telecinema (Cont'd)


E 7D


!rl
.4','B~


S- -


S'..- .. '..
S .... ,. '; .- v

.. : : .: # .,... 4." ',


S0 WEEKS OF AIR EE
r The World's Most Widely-Read'Niewsma

at a MONEY-SAYING INTRODUCTORY


By subscrihing to TIME at the.special rate shown below"i7
, uav mony and enjoy the convenience of having-your'pe
|copls dia ilr-.r:'i to your door or post office box.
-today and *njy TIME's crisp, clear,,accifrate reporting: =
week's signifriant events in:. '
International Affairs Medicine .,
U. S. New s Sports '0B
Business Press : Q
Since Theater .
-'All Iis plus extra news of Latin-America in the edition
receive; candid, often courageous reporting of event
covered elsewhere. ,;
Fill out-the rounnn belong and hand it'with navmentz to


Caterpillar wheel-type Traxcavators can subscription dealer, newsagent or bookseller--or sernd t.
& OJ dig and load a bucketfull of gravel in less address shown. This offer applies to hiew subscribers oily,
dig and load a bucketful] of gravel in less mm
that i wlf a minute, under typical conditions. C I a m m I m o I I m m I I I I ly i.
These loaders have power shift transmissions and automatic bucket posi- rime inemational, c/o sanque NatonalI da l
rim InlRepubllque d liaiti, Portau.Pince '
.tioners to speed up operations. Their sturdy construction saves trouble on the. Republque d aiti, Port-au-Prince
I -tol Jobs. Please send me air-speeded TIME Latin-America -.

L and. the 9A 1,4 cu. yd. Many options and attadhmenits are available, includ- .
ing cabs; quriry buckets, side dump buckets and lumber forks.. Namet pI ... prui I
SWe can match the loader to your exact needs. Our after-sales service will Adrs or A 0 Bo
1' help keep it operating at high efficiency. Addreo .
;C.'ity --Count.ryo
SCaterpillar, l and Tras watolr are ReSalea ed Trademuark of Calrpillar TractorC '. -, 3 .-
Z.. V. :. ;-
"'... .:,', "" .- '" ,- .. k- ', .. :'. ". "" : ... .' I : -
.. .. .:.. -, 2 -u :. .. ,. : .. -. : .' ., ;4 'ox .' .''. '.. .- '.' :' .. .':" ; .: .. .". .:. : .-. .', .' P. t ".''." k. "'


Sunday OCTOBER 22, 1961


"HAITI S U N




.
M '^^ ^ -^ ^ .---


1 HAt.I T SUN ".


,. eunday OCTOBER-,,
- unday OMIOBfl -i~i


' ; : .. ; -

Se Tel diol
ni-.. dc c. .rd
.n ipae.- dcurred-~ last.- Sunday morning at seven on the
at sant ~oad, wpen a loaded tatap rom.. Leogane. drew up
i f*east of the stalled 'ord, Official license No. 209, which .had
wemt';of gas. When the tap-tap tried to. go on, the driver found
;'_wasi:i ut of gas too! -I hear going to classess at the Law
ap.t tbe e day ist. something of. niarathon. There are. places
sdents' and-there are 310 clamoring to enter. The other
thep a own'chairs,.or stand on one foot like cranes, taking
their r ki.e. 'Why-do so u miy young. Haitians want
rs? Too bad there are not more classes available
li t gronoinsts are more -nedded than, lawyers. -"Se-
on theji stof camionette oddities.. Which ,definition
JAi tie: coming nce' in anihundred years, pr 'tuine. honor-
gss ,ias go, a c as mine. ,-Jerry Celife's brow is
a .ain. d anot. e* .ca'apllid in a
b t ,-" .
;ac Miday wek ao. ; but. te- river arnd, pdsseng-
o.er car.e.e badlti.rt; Xerry consider. himself.
p covered. suranace to--'-The Haitian. habit pf
ers-pettSIcs I some -i aspects.
a .rd o-,. i -ttle oy. -Whs mother began to caU
sbes ;ii tati-s-reo.l'e ir"pertl~.ibbagde ', -and -now
r stuck W'th 'it eIn caie .you hadn't guessed, the
.e ide, ia atch, ofcourse. You knew it
t.4-1:. uo p.icas the. most l.egs- a horse
o. .A.t.ope~& aitris. tuirist prospets was
-b :'tchi 'A.t.usonMianiam Herald Travel writer,
a.:ie; .: iib ..ng. ofr Turist $. To quote:
soi. wi. ait.nes.ona Haiti tracece ..as itr always
tOT.a S tVelB.st het& ire f stttis pof s impoverished
yl aees'4 to' Aag o- vithe' etorat moe orderly inter-
STrave~ts. .an.oters expert in ,this highly spe-
tel.: kn n.t- venture into .lands, where
egBon market td.he bilty,'-Ed of-quote,,'There
som bhat, but-:tot the big rub in .itils
prtb.4 :son-:no a .very large: bpe,
Se'idI'"idspn- many lesser problenis
oldtlea .d;gr _moF.tou taken hold of with
rher. .~.t0qy c.al stability. and peace
b:; i ( ous "l6urp Ciudiad Tru-:
'filRi-'r-Ycellent tfcilitiesk.- 1po. Americans
_cil .t' -th;fcicilites. Thdy've.go 'em
W J lj t..Qsee..lioi Wte other balf lives;
~ud ausiFaitss gt, them' all in abund-
rjt7 turned from Hawqa. He
-t pa.your-ife; and even.the biggest
~ bhd for dancing. "Anl he says the
SW. 90t what, tp wan including
Si sat ;a s. st fnIdo much about-iL
a a eterLaine writes-about ;Sco anid
She isC db s nd. grey -towns but. youW1
.t"ifa's ashwaLh' as their-open- hearibs.
s got that too Anotherodd Tamon the map of Hidmi:'
f--. -anatory in a way, .but where don't
4 e .-Rat But what about,. ro.So fflur? -Dr Alain-
f^iSb sector of the..Centadel- Psychiatri
e of sta f RocklandSta Heioepital in
Sdagbthtr.ot theCieot of the Wift Force
s waek.to stu. at the airlines' hosted s .cnhol in
ncL i.",tet in .h au iene :pariictiation is
.. '...I,'.I: t e. dance tea:ir hols., re earsals
,u7
.kr;o- Its nlY eTh"r"d ,'-but : .nquitting. _i sun
r t. -t time .ii.rdays ,ad-, hmy a ching back. -Mr
"' N ew Oeans. brght greeings-to -the'
7 -ef' Mqrt'iso /Arbassa4or to DAS and foime4Mayor
.D.Cleans..The Rotmans.,wtre guests at-the Montana. "
KAY MAJOR

iCaribbean Construction Co. SA.

Builders Of The Military City

. Gen. Manager: Gerard THEARD

)hae;:3955.. 0. BO. 284
.- .. .. .:i -..


STORM BREWS "OVER NEW CRUISE a4ding .26,059 cmietinig' b
PROGRA S BY I S.- AG SHIPS would have an extreme
PRO RAMS BY ..-.L. G SHIPS.. pact" on its regular Caaib
-" a operations. -: '
Washington.-What may be the "oversaturate" -the market. perat '--
start of 'a hitter and protracted' Well on the Way. Matson challenged two N..
battle among U.S.-flag steam- San Juan ailings on the gro
ship, lines loomed- last week, as Unfei a law passed earlier that cruises between' dome
a serioug.threat to the Caribbean this year allowing U.S.-flag ves- ports -by subsidized Jines arej
cruise )aspirations of -three ma-. sels to divert to cruise schedules egal. Matson said that the'p.
jor carriers with premiere prog- during off-season, the three linqs cedent set by such cruis ec
rams scheduled for this winter. under attack .have scheduled 29 lead to similar offerings' by s;t
The Federal Maritime Bbard Caribbean sailings this. winter; sidized operetorg between'.
has- begun an investigation of Many, of these sailings hae been. West Coast and ,Hawaii, a
charges by Grace ine. and Mat- advertised to the trade 'and the son's'-route --
son Line thgt the special .rnise pblic. -
-prog.rms of .the United States Grace.has, requested oral.
Liries; Moore-McCoiriack Lines 1n its. protest Grace Line satf gs on the matter,, bu.t
and American Export Lines will that the proposed cruises, b Board has still' to set ldtei

-, ,.-






-0.-






So o'' ". a "4"'l
-maxiu.m."ii








odernews .I 6id biai s et
1A 1P1. Te hDsnprofR T tE
-E.- ';' 'a 0 :. -T
d eonestin-e.ar1.us cou e




poff cudrterips mo L de 1rac1ait
d6b.. .,
e trc -r",-











"r d r cr "uit

iee .m modern.' "l ,od ,' bia .ta "- '







*r de C-GENTBe,1i O aJV-0$a-epltrT'
,Ieu t,,ceu- Gonstant.Ios;- conteo-t

A llez- l e v.:rC raourhi
tl u exclu,.









j'i















sivith de Goodyear I
.:' PU ,La .-tD E
Sp&Aiaaezeeol poron aouer huc. d'adap.
Super-Bib de Goodyear.eztore Etato.sooedyuper.",.

a rcts.dtyear.. so--osrut..






















Goo; fahAR

* IL Y A'DES PNEUS GOODIEAR POUR CHAQUE. j.UE DE LA FERME.
2 ''"


:1 1 __


i


* 4




C. ii


"HAITI S N"


WORTH SAVING

An Italian-born seaman, and the first explorer for
Spain, Ohristopher Columbus, made four voyages to
the New World. That New World is now the area of
'this earth on which the greatest living standards, and
some of the lowest, co-exist side by side.
And in the same New. World, men of good will field
themselves centuries after. Columbus striving to save
it from destruction.

It is an abominable fact that what brave men such
as Columbus risked their lives to give- us, we have man-
aged to desecrate' by misinanagement, by greed, by in-
tblerance, by.,hatred and by dishonesty.

That great, wonderful, verdant and rich world lhe
discovered in those voyages held the resources necess-
ary to make men -free, equal, happy and comfortable;
resources in such abundance that none' should have
wfnted,:,none should have been deprived of elementary
necessities of food, housing, sanitation, health, educa-
tion, and fellowship.
But we have managed largely to defile that heritage
'with nuclear weapons, segregation, intolerance, greed,
and, mostly ignorance, with or without the classical
experience of education.

That New World which Columbus discovered is sure-
ly worth saving, and can be saved, "if men of good will
can have the courage that sent Columbus on his toy-
ages, and gave him the determination and integrity to
see them through.


(From "SAN JUAN


STAR"),


LES STUDIOS DE DANSE
BACOULOU

STARTING OCTOBER 1st, 1961

Modern Theatrical Dance ....- .... Roland Wingfleld
Haitian Dance ................ Louines Loulnie
Drumming ...- .. -- ..... -- Louis Celestin
Social Dance ............... ..... Gerard Doarintil


SCHEDULE:
Beginners Modern Theatrical Dan


Advanced Modern Theatrical Dan

Begipners Haitian Dance
Drumming


Social Dance (Meringue)


Paulette Casseus


ce Monday 5 6 p.m.
Thursday 5 6 p.m.-
Saturday 10 1 a.m.
ce Monday 2 3 p.m.
Thursday 2 3 p.m.
Monday 3 4 p.m.
Monday 2 3 p.m.
Thursday 2 3 p.m.
Saturday 9 10 p.m.
Wednesday 9:30 p.m.


Special drumming classes for children and Modern Dance for
youngsters.

Visitors may enroll for individual classes.
For the classes fees, scholarships, special arrangements for pro-
fessiondl, dancers and visitors inquire daily ,in the afternoon at the
HOTEL MAJESTIC Petionville Park, or write to
ODETTE WIENER,

P.O.B. 991, Port au Prince, HAITI.


HAAITI SUN
THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
Editor-Publisher BERNARD DIEDERICH
Gerant-Besponsable MAUCLAIR LABISSIERE
" MEMBER OF -THE INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSN.
ESTABLISHED IN 1960
----------i- --- ---^-^i- --


i. Sunday OCTOBER 22, 1961


FOR SALE TO

HIGHEST BIDDER

I Chevrolet Station Wagon 1957
1 Ford Truck Stake Body 1957
Items may be seen from 8:00
a.m. to 12:00 and from 2:00 to
5:00 p.m. Monday through Fri-
day at the AMERICAN EMBAS-
SY, Cite de I'Exposltion.
Sealed bids will be received
in the Embassy Administrative
Office until 5:00 p.m. November
3, 1961.
A separated bid should be sub-
mitted for each item desired.
The Embassy reserves the
right to refuse acceptance of
any and all Bids.


Exclusive Distributor:


DR. GERARD KENOL

151 Rue du Centre


ON SALE AT

THE BETTER STORES


I
'i


r


Episcopal Tr

(Continued from

women of Haiti. TI
United Thank Offeri
at which this picture
took place on Frida
September 22, in De
Hall. One hundred
United Thank Offer
ans, one from each
missionary district o
copal Church, placed
ing of their respect
on the historic gold
before the Altar. Fi
offering the service o
union continued.
missionary .bishops, i
shop Voegeli of Ha
in giving the Blessed
to the thousands of
ants present.

That evening the a
offering of the won
nounced, a total fo
nium of $4,339,190.1
men of Haiti more
their offering this
Their offering in 195
61, and in 1961, $691
imately half of tl
Church's 76 mission
contributee to the Blu
Offeririg up to thi
Women delegates t
nial meeting in Det
ing approximately
parts of the world
on a missionary bu
money.

The 60th Genera
of- the Protestant E
Church opened in D
gan, USA.on Septei
a service at whicl
14,000 were present

Haiti was repres
two-week General
the Right Reveren
Voegeli and the R
Pierre Thevenot. T
Haiti were repres
Triennial of Episc
women at the sat
place by Madame
main and Sister
phael, SSM.

Professi
Photographe
Petionville, Rue R
ERNST FOR
Manag
DEVELOPING -


iennial U.S. NAVY VISIT PORT AU PRINCE

pae ) 1-Announcement is made of on October 21, 1961, and will de-.
he triennial the anticipated arrival of the part at' 1600 hours on October"'
ing Service, USS DARTER (SS-576, US Navy 22, 1961. There will be 9 office.
was taken, Submarine) to Port au Prince ers and 83 enlisted men on board-
y morning, during the period 21-22 October this ship which is commanded'I
*troit's Cobo 1961. by Lt. Commander R. C. Bran-'
and twenty 2-The USS DARTER is ex- ton.
ing custodi- pected to arrive at 0800 hours 3-This is not a sluting vessel. .
diocese and
of the Epis- '
d the offer-
ive dioceses
Salmsbasin The More You Know About Scotch

i Holy Com- The More You Like Cutty Sark
Twenty-six
including Bi-
diti, assisted
d Sacrament I ,
f communic- .


mount of the
ien was an-
r the Trien-
.8. The wo- *ls
than doubled
Triennium.
58 was $431..
1.85. Approx-
he Episcopal ,
)ns in Haiti

s date. The
ae Box Thank =.^JL S :

o the Trien- 7).
roit, number-
500 from all
later voted
ndget for this


d Convention





ph women o.p af ,
oplksChcpalh"
etroit, Michi- ie
*mber 17 wi th
h more thRan










rhi women ol Io
rented at. -the-
mnventimen byand



Roger Ger-
Marjorie Ra-

tonal #AA :', R

!r School
ligaud No. 11
RESTAL
er
- PRINTING q




iJ#'t "

hI PAGE "H HAITI SUN



i Lebanese Restaur


Gaining Populari

""y Kitty BAER view, good service and is very .salad and bread-
pleasantly decorated. A unique more dollar. Chic
S.Up on the Delmas Road, opp- feature is the back-bar which is French Fries, is
site the Drive-In Theatre, is covered with Kentile of many- dishes as fried ch
; the Cedars of Lebanon (Cedres colored flecks on a dark back- ed at $1.75. Al ar
du Liban) Restaurant. It will .be ground. Two lights play on: it by salad and Pom
I. two months old on October 20th, and the transparent liquor bott- The Cedars does
an ,is .operated -by -Mrs Simone les reflect the highlights of the ness every eiv e
Bichara 'with the' help of her colored flecks, making all of week from 7:30 *t
':cl.ai ng ..nephew. them seem to_cpntain Goldwas- is open every day
.rnThe very modern structure, er, and giving the atmosphere or later. It wou
Housing some'-of the very best a gay note. many movie-goers
Fhich..Kabab (their spelling) -and But the food is the thing! The In find it pleasant
! .Iibi inh the world, was started Kabab is made with filet, onions, Cedars before the
.many months 'ago. It now seats tomatoes, and other. things in and Saturday and
'some:.50-55 people, in an inside, season; the Kibi i ,.a delightful yery popular nigh
r.'air-conditioned dining roorp, and package of meat and onions, The Kibi is a
an outside terrace' which will highly ',spiced, wrapped in a item. Take home
0,shorly be fitted with umbrellas coating of specially: prepared keep in the.refri
'. ov tthe tables, wheat, and then deep-fat fried, late supper, a qu
-. Cedres du' Liban has a nice Six of these are served with a slice-n-fry as a h
,. I U_ ,


S ENSURE WEIH SURE. IN$1i CE
eAljC WNIAN. INSURAN iEr-OMPAThN
S Founded Jn 1805

SINCOI.PQR~AED BY SE CJAL ACT OF
THE BuITJpSH PAJ M
I..

".. RONY CHMEET & SONS '
-> A -. AG N s..K HAITI

SAddress B e des Maraes Q-jiOsite National Banuf



YOUR HOME AWAY FROM: HOME:


La Cbriere
S- BUNGA .LO WS
-.A .W.

FRANK :E. ROY, Manager

SIn the delihtful "SQUS;BOIS" of -Bizoton
The comfort and privacy ai your own cottage
With the 'best 'type of lotel service.
BAR, BESTAURAN!, SWIMMING POOLS,
S- COLOR L L GARDENS
A I E RATES
: ,,


vres. They re uel
great favorite wit
as well as the Ar
the Akiericans.
This likely little
way to genuine po


Sunday OCTOBER. 22, 19


ant


ty


n-butter for a
.h Kabab with
$1.25, and such
chicken are list-
*e accompanied
mes Frites.
s a good busi-
n'ing of the
o closing, and
from 11 to 11,
Id seem that
to the Drive-
to dine at the
Show starts,
d Sunday are
ts.
really versatile
Sa.- dozen to
gerator for a
lick- lunch,' or
ot hors d'oeu-
licious and a
h the Haitians
ab colony and
spot is on the
pularity.


Visitors In Town
-The U.S. Ambassador' in Por
au Prince Mr Robert Newbegi
and his wife Katharine flew t
San Jose, Costa 'Rica Monday t
attend the. Meeting of the U.S
Diplomats in Central America
They were accompanied by M
Earl O. Finnie, Head of tih
USOM and M' William Ale:
Moore, Assistant Director o
this Mission and Mr Leo Gar
vey Administrative Officer a
the U.S. Embassy.
A similar meeting of the U.S
Envoys in. Latin America was
held last week in Lima, Peru
Such meetings are held every
two or three years to give to
the American Ambassadors thi
opportunity of exchanging ideas
regarding the policy to follow.
-Mr Calvin Robinson, of thi
Alumina Jamaica Ltd in Man
de'ille: Jamaica and .wife Robin
from New York spent three days
at the Ibo-Lele on their honey
moon trip in the Caribbean. They
got married in New York or
October 7.


** S H E"'
, -

HAITI'S LARGEST FREE PORT PRICE SHOPS
1) THE CORNER SHOP RUE BONNE FOL
.2) ART & CURIO SHOP FISHERS ACROSS FROM CU
STORMS

SAND BUY HAITIAN HANDICRAFTS
STRAIGHT FROM THE FACTORY

ON THE RUE DU QUAl
.(AM. EXPB. AND DINERS CLUB AOCrPTED)


rt
n
o
o
L.
r
e
x
f
?-
it


I


KATHERINE DUNHA
ANNOUNCES

BAR Geisha &SALONGuine

OPEN EVERY EVENING FOR


CUISINE OF


Your charming Hostess

PRESS


THE FAR


EAST


t I


-i





,



KATHERINE DUNHAM
N I'


Grand Spectale


Tuesday


I


Frida'


At the Peristyle DANSE VAUDUN

s .In The SALON GUINEE
SPECTACLE INTERNATIONAL
y
e Wednesday
s
e TRUE VAUDUN CEREMONY
T THE OPEN AIR PERISTYLE
n
s FOR YOUR PLEASURE IN THE
- COLONIAL SELLING OF
y

HABITATION LECLERC

FAVORITE PLEASURE PARK OF
PAULINE BONAPARTE
5 MINUTES FROM PORT AU PRICE ON
THE ROUTE MAIRTISSANT

Dancing Special Summer Cover Charge $1.5


60 Per Cent ON IMPORTS
MAHOGANY FACTORY


SAVE UP TO


I SHOPS


| | 1


~On~m~vxv~a ~Y~V~V, ~YI~V~ ~Yllr--_-_


* 9 .


- --


AND




f. ...

- Sunday OCTOBER 22. 1961 HAITI SUN" AGE




12th ANNI VERSARY









SFREE-PORT SHOPPING CENTER
P. O Box 676, PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI




S- AROUND THE WORLD IMPORTS '
MINTO, WEDGWOOD, OXWUEAV '37ub 1,M T
ROYAL CROWN DARBY., JUVENIA TISSOT, BOREL, CARON, CHANEL
ROYAL- COPENHAGEN, AUDEMAB PIGUET, ^^ RAPHAEL, PATOU, .
R 'OYIr W-,CESTE-R, H JAEGER LE COULTRE, k. BALMAIN. WORTH,
S ROAL DOULTONULYS NARDIN, RIVO, REVdLON, VIGN
SROSENTHALE, SPODE, r ATLANTA, STUDIO, CAVEN, GALLONIO,
VULCAIN. FABERGE OF PARBI
AYNSLEE. COALPORT.
GUTSTAUEBG. JEAN D' BET,
JACQUES GRIPE
-"FATH, 3.PI.GUE.
.- ,LAV,, ,. o,, COIDAY*
GEORGE JENSEN. \ -ENGLISH DOESKIN,
SHAN ,HANIEN, GEBO, LIA ANTELOPE. MIOX,.CANNON -
DBAGSTE4,. -ENSE.

PRINGLE, BALLANTYNE, ROYAL COPENAGEI.
^"The Finest o( FRANCE. BERN HARD ALTMAN.' ROYAL DOULTON,
ITALY. AUSTRIA, LUIA A SPAGNOLI. E BUR11HEL, ,.

S LALIQUE, BACCARAT -
ORBEFORS, HARVars BUSTOL
WEBB & CORBETT, DANISH SILVER; CREAM, All .ENCI .
VAL SOLAMBERT, GOLD & SILVER JECWEA DANISH ani
S ,STUART, ,LEERMAN. and AOBA2 AN GEMS. r S PANISH I.IQ TEUBLS

HAITIAN HANDICRAFTS

oDoo Insprea d SACULPTUDS ERAFFA Ba G
G GE E SHOES









Typical ostume-Dr essed DOLLS
World Famous RUGS & DRAPKRY
SHaitian RUM BARBANCOURT

Hav4 J send gifts to your friends in the U. S. A. .
S without affecting your quota.- See us for more information;
A.I







I PAGE 8
/.. :. '---------



How Fisheries


:Probinig The


STuna Migr

EAO, Planing World Tuna Congress For 1962
0. Plan I d' .


of!ne of the impressive deve- where the tuna fleets 'eat.h more
bpmens, iii. word fishing during than 500,000 metric to6rs of fish
Sthe- past few years has been the per. year compared, with lttle
crease of the catch of tunas more than 200,000 tops' in 1952.
bbnitfb froni about 500,000 Even these. figures da not reflect
qns 'n 1952 to.moie than 8 :0090t'the full extent of..Ja-panese en-
is ini 1959. But nobody yet terprise id this booming industry
nows the extent of the stocks as the Japanese turia fishing
V .this group of--fish, andc even boats-are now operating in all
Steir migratory and. spawning the great oceans.
bitss lat-ely remain wrapped
tni stery, -cloaked by the vast Tuna have been fished from
waterss 'tfitough which the fish "Irtiiemorial Times".
kram for thousands eof.tmiles-. ,
am r t. With. the rapid development of
.apan's Tuna Catch Increased the tuna fishing industry hav\"-
S-By 150 Per Cent come questions and problems of
.HX ie past the sea fishing. in- concein.to all the nations engag-
has chiefly -cdncentrated ed in the industry,imany of them
activities on rih.'..fishingl problems which carn best be solv-
unds such asi 'th6s' found' in ed through international cooper-
:'mWite'.Sea,- ot Iceland,, off ation.-- In 'this connection the
YwLounriUand and .,in. various -Food and'Agriculture Organiza-
eas'of the-Continental .Shelflof tion (FAO), Rome, Italy, has
.Eurpe. the Americas, Africa .taken- the lead and is convening
IAsia, ani it is orily recently. a World Scientific Meetiing..on
j. fishermen, have discovered the Biology of Tunas and Relat-
i.thetuna ahd related species ed Species, which will be held,
itTa .-tbeir hundreds of thqus- at the invitation of -the United
dsd perhaps millions, over the States. Government, Jn La Jolla,
iperate-and topical oceans of California, 2 to 14'July 1962,.
ie wbrld. Sd tuna 'fishing has In an interview.at FAO head-
become :a major industry, no- quarters 'this week, -the Tech-
r iore, so than in Japanr nical Secretary of the Congress,


Sunday OCTOBER 22, 1961


M
-


o
0,
re
by

te
.of
w
la
hi
cc
gr
Fr
ot
ye
tu
W
ar
fo
Nc
Nc
an
er
op
th


I issuing Keep Lstautis- t L cat
No Agreement On What Is and effort but with no agreed
SA True Tuna uniiorm method so that the sta-
"With this vast expansion of. istics are. not comparable' and.
the tuna.fishery there have come Much of their potential value is
many problems," he continued, lost." ,'Mr Rosa pointed out.
"Commercially, the main types "What-is'needed islan agreement
of tuna and related species are anong tunq fishing countries to
Lthe bluetin, the yellowfin, 'the standardize their methods of col-


SVI














69, RUE DU QUAl





.FRENCH PL- FUS and LIUORS
8
.WOOD CARVINGS MAHOGANY

TOR TObE SHELL

4 6 STRAW GOO *. PAINTING6


AV /
B1?'t /^^ .OTOS HL -t~a


"IBO BEACH"

CACIOUE- ISLAND


ONLY 30 MINUTES

FROM PORT-AU-PRINCE .

ENTRY (INCLUDING

BOUND-TRIP

BOAT

TRANSPORTATION)

ONLY $1.00

Chilrbo 50 Cents

Private Dressing Rooms.

WIlti Sand Beach

Fine Restaurant and Snack Bar

WATER SK-ING

SKIN-blVING


-I
i


STEPHEN BROS

M.V. HAITI TRADER

M. V. HAITI MERCHANT

PERSONALLY SUPERVISED

LOADING AND UNLOADING

SERVE HAITI AND FLORIDA
forthnightly sailings of the
Mianri-Port au Prince-Miami

MIAMIT ADDRESS:
Telephone: Highland 51767
Franklin 9-7228


'4


Bi election of statistics, which woi
ua'ek-naPuii ^e Sbe a big step towards assess j
aa S % the magnitude of the world ef-
fort now going into tuna fishing
L and its effect on stocks."
Mysteries Of a o od
Sf Scientists- Lack Knowledge.
S bgeye, the albacore. the skip- of Migratory and .
jack, the little tuna and the bo- Spawning Habits j
Snito. There-is no -agreement so Another big problem which h
far among biologists as to haw concerns both biologists and fish-
many species of tuna there are. ermen is the migratory habits
:r Horacio Rosa, who is Chief ,wo of the main types, the blue- of this large and roaming spe-
f the Marine Resources Section fin, wnich is found mostly in cies of fish, Mr Rosa said. No-
SFisheries Division, FAO, said: the Nrth tlantic, Mediterran- :body knows for certain, for ex-
'"While;jt i' true thafttuia and c and North Pacific waters, ample, whether the tuna-whic
lastedd species have' been fished and the yellowfin, which is found swim into the Mediterranean;
y man f.tom. inirmemorial times mostly in the'South Atlantic; the presumably to spawn in the, Aeg-."
-the tuna fishery in the Medi, Pacific arid Indian:./Oceans, are ean and Black Seas, form. part
rranrean for example, is one among tfle most important corn- of the vast tuna schools that zii-
f-'the oldest fisheries in the mercially. Albacore, skipjack, grate into the South Atfautp
orld- it. is mainly since the bonitos and little tuna are found down the west coast-of .Airica
stl.World War -that fishermen in most of the-oceans and seas. and then across the 6cean to
ave realizedd the extent and The question of identification of east coast of South and 1
commercial 'importance of. this these various types will be a America, or swim northward
group of fish. For example, major item on the,agenda of the up the cost of Europe around
rench, American, Japanese -and meeting." the British Isles' and over.e- t
her. -fishermen have,- in recent North America. '
!ars, opened up a profitable Statistics of Catch
na fishery off the coast .of And .Effort "In fact,"-said Mr Rosa, ".'we
est 'Africa, while Norwegian know very 4qttle about where-
d German fishermen have It is expected that a good deal tuna go in aniy of their seasonal
und they can catch tuna in the of discussion will centre around movements. Attempts have been".
north Sea and in areas off the tie need for reliable and stand- and are being, made to track
or'vegian coast. But the Jap- ard statistics on catch and ef- these migrations and there is'
iese have been the great lead- fort. some" evidence to suggest from-
s i- this fishery and they are ." the catch of tagged fish that the'
ratingn. in -all the-oceans of "At present, for instance, only bluefin tina of the North Atlan-
e world.- a few of the increasing number tic, for example, pass though
of counties engaged in tuna the Mediterranean to spawn in
ii tif.,. 4 h


-


it
a
a

r

x
r;





1



r


i


I.




. .. *. ..


PAI aF


LL.1 N SUN'" -
.^ -'__ -. -* 1 -... -


Sthe. Aegean and Black Seas and
then resume their thousands of
miles of migration through the
Noth 'and South Atlantic. But


this is little more than hypothes-
is at present, supported only by
the. occasional catch of a tagged
fish. For instance," two tuna
which were tagged in 1954 by
, biologists of 'the Woods Hole
. Oceanographic Institute, Massa-
:Chusetts, USA, were caught five
years later, in October 1959, by
French .tuia boats operating
from the.South of France. Sim-
iarly, tina that had been tagg-


..

io






roY ie-ieorl o

Te most exquisite '
the bay, he plain;

Delicious don't ental
Seroide .

S Personalized attend

l Soh) ming Pool wPil
:r-o:.. B .' andr
Air-~ddr ioned de-


W;EKLY ENTERTAIN
TUESDA9 :Ihorma Cre
'.-7:30 PM to
M Jeringue in
at 9:30.dos.
; VEDNEAL :-mphliment(
IPrtg from
FRIoAty :d alc innu
1 :3o a.m. 6S

i: LL OTHER Ol'~1.-: o0O


ed by biologists of the Inter-
American Tropical Tuna Com-
mission in Califorma have been
captured off the coast of Japan."
International Cooperation
Needed in Solving Riddle
In view of the growing impor-
tance of the tuna fisheries, Mr
Rosa said, it .is essential to know
the full life story of tuna, the
environment in which they live,
the chtch and effort of the fish-
ing industry and an understand-
ing of the dynamics of the popu-
lation, if the stocks are to be
exploited without depleting them


.ye& only 7milutes
r PoRT-AJU-PRINdE ,

'ievOs ,oerlooking Ihe-dity
5,the mountains .

dusiine and superb


ion to every guest.

ih Lundheon L ounge
amaTrrrade
luxe rooms .


WMENT PROCIRAM
ole u [e" ,Dpand ing from
midn4
ntruc'ion anal Cntest
jal dcves.Nlo admission fee
ary get-together Pun ihbo
S7pm to 8 p n
?r-Daonde from 7:3oPn to
uperb Shovat 10: 3o
-Jo admission fee .
oil hour from 7 to 9 vJ'i
nat;e dombo





POCZ o &&ka .!cfs~l!6


"'The problems I have briefly
menuoned, and_ many others,
will be discussed by the World
Congress," Mr Rosa stated..."We
hope that at this international
meeting of fisheries scientists
ways and means will be found
to bring about effective interna-
tional .cooperation in investigat-
ing the riddle of the tunas so
that ultimately we come to have
sound knowledge of the magnit-
ude of the resource and the ef-
fect that fisheries exert upon it.
"Such. knowledge is necessary
f scientists are ever to be able
to predict the volume which can
be caught without impairing
stocks," he concluded. "But that
is looking far into the future and
will, in any case, be a subject
for discussion at the 1962 Con-
gress."
A prospectus-of the meeting is
row being distributed in which
the organization, scope and ob.
jectives are explained.


You knew


t's a really fy za
Scotch when it's"
JOHNNIE /
WALKER



JOHNNIE WALKER- '
Bra IJ.2f-OM golog strong.. -:


DISTRIBUTOR
I


WVS*. ,
Part&~z Z/~


yes


...you get


-.


1xJI beans in every cup -



NESCAFE


The ill


-. -..- .. 1 "Let's


- Dr U mIU ill le LIQUU.U t
It's no se
N coffee ex
INDISPENSABLE -FOR c beansgo
E Nescafe,
TE. ENJOYABLE PARTY Nesaf
it's made
AND complete
AGENTESthe accei
N ICS. FESTIVITIES
the 4orly sweet LIQUEUR made in Scotland on GetU [
thib bakis or the finest pure old SCOTCH WIIIS]lK.,
pvnsable for festivities and for every occa.-

S EXCLUSIVE AGENTS:
SPREETZMAN.AGGERHOLM & CO.

C-*- --* ..-' -' : 2


coffee,instant coffee with the
have another cup" taste.
ecretlhat extra coffee beans make
;tra good. 43 choice, deep-roasted
into every flavorful cub of today's
SNo other coffee... no matter how
e... tastes so fresh, so friendly, so
dly satisfying. In today's Nescaf6,
nt is on coffee!


Pt-


PREETZMAN-AGGERHOLM'


Df


M
.-


1:










BL-P
.9
,





20 .>.;,
Mk ; '''8
.,. .


IESCAFE today!

^^d a_^|ef


**''*'-.* I :tr-?.4 .-. ..:J.ff .- .*' J. *- -;i


'.~C:
r:








RPAGE






(Delma

.SOCIE
SPORT '
?ias Row
1ifHaitian i
G:o., Ora
6Yrk- Th
'Albany is
i:stitching
-With 121
":Haiti. .w
deo Beer,
outlets,-
directing

No sat
I'bden fou
*q 'b
r' o, the
i;being Wo
^Vers are
,,tanned -a
. aown,' Ni
Albany.
*i*ound,
composite
~~oI differ
p...proxim
'ieixpeit tc
two nee
icottonr:th

4'Te- H




:..,Ha ti'".
:..ered-H
:hand se
-.cut by"
i- '. .




'.? -
I i -


lle'


f -


Societe Des Articles' De Sport
'PLAYBALL S.A."

s'-ioad oppa Drive-In) white alum horsehide with tiny
holes pierced around the edges
TP DES ARTICLES DE to' facilitate stitchers' work. Bu-
"PLAYBALL S/A." Del- sy fingers fly in the sewing
ad opp. Drive-In is the room; the unfinished balls are
branch of J. de Beer & shipped in cartons of one dozen
nge St. 'Albany, /New and are of many-colored -yarn;
he. de Beet operation in the covers are pearl white-and
s 45 year old, ,ith hand- all are sewn .with red waxed
outlets.in Puerto Rico, cotton thread.'The covers must
3 employees) and in be stitched to insure a tight fit.
ith 30 employees. Fred That's why machines haven't
,now.70, setup these replaced women.
with son Fred, Jr.; 39,
the Albany plant. The sewing room here is a
large, airy 'room, painted white
isfActory substitute has with green trim; with the girls
nd for hand-sewing cov- seated around tables. Each has
aseballs, which accounts a metal clamp to hold the ball
majority of employees while she stitches it with the
omen stitchers. Ball co- universally known "b a se b.a II
horsehide and many are stitch", done with two needles.
tnd stretched in Johns- The clamp is tightened and re-
ew York, not far from leased on the ball by a foot ped-
A baseball is yarn- a].
on a rubber, cork or Playball S.A. has been in oer-
idn center, -in five stages action for 16 months, and is now
rent machines. It takes contemplating installing the ne-
aately.10 minutes foran. cessary machinery, such as-boil-
hand-sew a' ball, using er, press and winder, to make
dles -.and 5-ply waed the complete ball in Haiti, per-
iread, haps by the first of next year.
., The de Beer plant in Albany
[aitian operation,. Play- makes two million-baseballs and
'is managed by Lucien -or softballs annually. The Hai-
using -28- girls and two tian operation makes between
Drs, and one other man 100 and 130 per day. The girl
mps all flnishqd balls stitchers' make good 'money,
Here: the cores, or .un- ranging .from $6.50 a week for
balls, 'are fitted with' appreritices,. up= to. $10, $11 andl
ewn: covers .previously $12. a -week for the highly tra[-
stamping machine of ned. In the beginning, two Puer-


, BESSAMATIC


S C A Mn R A s AT FIIl: Ir'ln PRISCI.





I. RUE BONE F O
,. : SCR UEB "N Phone. 2350
", AIR-CONDITIONEC
. -- t.*'


"l Lr A T r


Sunday OCTOBER 22, 1961


Sro t J L ii 3 t t e t Ky To Trism Ee

to ,Rican expert stit'hers were New Airport Key To Tourism Everywhere
broughL to Haiti to instruct .the


first Haitian girls. Experts work
-on the piece-work bases; appren-
tices by-the hour.
The type of ball made here is
semi-professional, with a felt
center. The market for top-grade
baseballs has declined 50 per
cent in the last 10 years, due to
U.S. minor leagues folding. In
the same span of time, however,
sales of. medium-priced base-
balls hhve risen 50 per cent.
There is no difference in the
size of a baseball -r9-9 and a
half inches in circumference-
whether made for the Majors,
Semi-Pros, Babe Ruth, Pony,
Colt .or .Little Leagues.
Jean Claude Leger is also con-
nected with PLAYBALL SA.
SK. B.


JOSEPH NADAL
Agents.


&C o.


Haiti Can E

A new airport to accommodate
jet planes seems about to be-
come a reality for Haiti and her
bid for tourism. Such airports,
all around the world, where tou-
rist dollars are wooed, have
i-ought wonders beyond the
wildest dreams of the countries
interested. Haih should begin
planning on a down-to-earth foot-
ing, for the boom which will fol-
low the completion of a jet port.
'low is the-time to take heed to
bad publicity and-the complaints
it 1has been based upon. Coats
of paint won't do it, but plain
common-sense and a mutual de-
termination to sdceed, as well
as.cooperation all along the line
can accomplish anything.

A recent trade magazine re-
ported visitor traffic to Pepeete,
Tahiti, in the first six months
following the completion of Faaa
Airport, capable of handling jet
equipment; rose 185 per cent
over the same period last year.
.It further stated that increased
service to the island was high-
lightd by T.A.I.'s recent inau-,
guration of twice weekly DC-8
service from Los Angeles.
The construction of the airport


B
U


$pemdcCtt 7i4-k..

RCP-HRTIEN AND THE CITADEL
ONE WAY BY PLANE ,ONE WAY BY LIMOUSINE

ALL
.' B L .--INCLUDED
OPERATED "BY drljSTOPETOUR,5
S AVENUE PAN AMERICAINE
SPETION-VILLE.,HAITI
P.O.BOXt 312.. Phone: 7761


expect Boom


went hand in hand with new
construction of. inns and hotels;
roads to make historic spots ac-.
cessible. Business in the shops
and local handicraft sales-rose
accordingly.
Along with the airport cons-
truction; Haiti's tourist interests
must bear down hard to clear
the way for the coming business.
It will not be enough to sit and,
wait. The begging and taxi si-1
tuations must be regulated; un-|
fair practices. willingly suspend-'.
ed; some "esprit de corps" and.'
"esprit de.suite" must be deve-
loped, or we'll altend up suffer-:;
ing from "sprit de l'escalier".-;
Let's face ii! -.


NOTICE


"- .
Young man 'speaking perfect
French is willing, for better-"
training in English conversation,
to contact a British or American
citizen who is interested in im--
proving his knowledge of French..
For more details, lease apply
"HAITI SUN" offices, all work-
ing days from 8 to 12 a.m. or:
call.


HOUSE FOR RENT

1 Large Living room with;
Hercule, Petlonville:
2 Bathrooms
'Beautiful Furnished house, re-,
cently -repainted, in cool Morne
4 Bed-rooms .
1 Kitchen fully equiped
1 Dining room
glass louvers & wrought Iron-
Water reservoir
Electric water pump
Water heater
Garage, Haitian kitchen, ser-i
vant's quarters, nice garden.
Contact Jean BOLTE co iAut
S.A. 360 Ave J. J. Dessalhl es
Tel: 3134 2772. -
1,


IhX~c' 'lc'WwN'wC' 'oL~la -(a w ~c' Na


GRACI

FARE FC
One

NEW YORK PORT-A


E LIN


)R HAITI
Claun


LU-PRINCE


(DEPART U


EVERY FRIDAY):


.CARGO SHIPS


(12 PASSENGERS) $135. ALL Y


E



(E 4

RE;


IEAR
4


COMBO-SHIPS (52 PASSENGERS) FROM $155 j

PORT AU PRINCE NEW YORK (DEPARTEVERY SUNDAY)


LUXURY Sh
300 PASSENGERS

kFOR INFORMATION



Josepl


UPS:


S4NTA ROSA SANTA


PAULA --


FARE FROM $195.00 j

[ON



i Nadal & Co
OR YOUR TRAVEL AGENT
^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^


---


"


_ ___ --


~uuuVVVVVVVYVVVV


':




~,


C IT i "'


I


- fNP W-0 0 -0-NV-1F-W- -W 4p-l, .4, w'


N




- ~- -


Sunday OCTOBER 22, 1961


"HAITI SUN"


* -. .'t ,f~4


VISITORS IN TOWN


-Ginette Payne cancelled her
trip.again..Her friends still can
see6.her at I~R-Lele.
3--
-Mrs Isabel Josephine Quinn;
cdhanzing wife of the 'Station
manager r of PAN AM here arriv-
edi- this. week with'her 3-year-old
son lyiahael... Roxde Roker, an
Executive -Secretary. for the NBC
iitfNew York is back, she is
g-ist iat the Doux Sejour... Carl
Pibl' Tbrnstrand,. a bachelor of
Icnodlics from Sweden is visi-
S.with wife Maj Dagmar, a
nedie. .Wrk teachi.:. Dr Giles
'edox, of the Anta Tr Vel Ser-
ice.7tn' Moritreal brought her
it'"Fernande'. here this 'week.
-'Gel' after a ten-day-sisit here
-.asked'.ier' wife td. meet him in
New York and they both came
to Haiti to enjoy the. delightful
hospitality of the Haitians, Giles
said. -They at at the Castel-
7--

4'f. rbert M..Utgand, a ve-
.r North Miami
BiWIh :nci his .'charmante fem-
me" RUth are staying three
days at the Villa Creole. They
are travelling along with Mrs.
Edith Burke Golstein and her
6-year-old son Jeffrey also from
N.M.B. The Golsteins are guests
* at the El Rancho.
---Mr Theodore Chester, an at-
torney Jfrom New York .is stay-
ing 10 days at the El Rancho...
Mr Carter Tate Barron, Jr. an
investor from Atlanta,' Ga is also
visiting... Miss Jo Ann Vannoy
Qf the -Point IV arrived 'this
week... Fortune Bogat is back


from a five week trip in the
States, Canada and Puerto Rico
and Virgin.Islands... Misses Ce-
cile Lauer, a nurse and Patri-
cia Rapp, a secretary from Chi-
cago are guests at th6 Monta-
na... Mr Jerome Braun, an at-
torney. from San Francisco. and
wife Eune, are also guests at
the Montana... Alice Brovia
Martin has chosen the Chatelet
de la Montagne Noire... Carl WV.
Devier general clerk at the U.S.
Foreign Service arrived this
week...

-Albert Silvera is back Lids
week in company with beautiful
Christiane Mariethoz. a Swiss
model. They came from a five
month trip in Mexico and, the
U:S. and Europe.

-Helge Madsen is introducing
his pretty French wife Sabine to
his family.
-Dr Jose Heilman, a surgeon in
San Francisco and his wife Ma-
ria are current guests at the
Hotel' Oloffson.
-The Bacoulou Show is better
tha ever now. Odette Wiener
has operated some changes in
the program for the delight of
a very fervent audience.
-Artist Mirtza Abramovitz will
have next month in New York
her second One Man Show in
six months. Her first exhibit had
a fantastic success. The Haiti
inspired Israeli painter was in-
troduced for the World famous
Writer Irving Stone, celebrated
author. of the Best Seller, The
Ageficy and the Ecstasy who


.,iade his second visit here early
this year with his wife.
The next Mirtza's exhibit of
about forty works on Haitian sub-
jects will take place at the Head-
quarters of the Israel Ibero-Ame-
rican Institute located- at 515
Park Avenue New York City. It
will start on November .11 to No-
vember 30. This Institute com-
prises people of Israel, U.S. and
of the Latin American Count-
ries. This presentation of Mirt-
za's works will undoubtedly con-
tribute to the development of
the program of cultural exchan-
ge between the people of the
Hemisphere among themselves
and with Israel.


- -waoC~cca~~2a


4
1i




H
4





4


. -


Hemisph

Meeti


Tax officials of western hemi-
sphere nations were en route to
Buenos Aires Sunday for an un-
usual meeting which the United
States hopes will be a "major
step" toward tax reform in Lat-
in America.

The meeting is the first hem-
ispheric conference on tax ad-
ministration collecting taxes
and making sure that individuals
and firms pay what they owe.


WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEANS:


BACOULOU CABARET-THEATRE 4
PETIONVILLE
ome of the
Exciting,
Sophisticated

TROUPE DE DANSE
BACOULOU D'HAITI
In a new repertoire
Complimentary Meringue Lesson at 9:30 p.m.


3~ql~er/ ,B~orrreeYrrc s .0


~.--.----;-- -- -- ;--


WATCHES OF GREAT DISTINCTION
TO GIVE AND WEAR WITH PRIDE
'* '.


-C-


W -., -
Ref.' -- r" Nec Plus Ulltra of selfwinding
warcbess.*f Jpwels. Gyrotron powered.
See the superb, .9o Girard-Perregaux
tSelcction mod'~l.at: foremost jewellers.


1 E T


'C


Spin the globe, and country after country passes before'you-
large and small, old and new, from the Tropics to the Poles. In all
r, of them you can be sure of finding "WHITE LABEL" -on of the
great Scotch biskiesofI the world. The unique sofmenesof Scottish
burn Bater, and more than a century of fine blending, have
combined to make "WITEr LABEL" a Whisky among whiskies.

S "White Label

DEWAR'S SCOTCH WHISK?
-IT NEVER VARIES


Agent Distributor:
ANDRE KHAWLY
P. 0. Box 1207 Port au Prince, Haiti
48, Rue du Magasin de I'Etat Phone: 3721


59?L

- ...-'n..s


TKE WORLD TURNS TO"White Label"


C 0


"P'S











It
A -





I.


2$ r
A :


- .- "a' :~t' '~~
I:
13AGI4


,ere Tax

Ing Set


Scheduled for October .
the conference- is sponsored
the Organization of
States and the UN Eo
Oonunision for Latin Ame
The Inter-American Dev
Bank and the Harvard
School have pledged to plan"
finance the conference ...

The meeting is seen as the.:
ginning of Latin American..'
reforms which the United Stat6
is pushing as part of Presidei'
Kennedy's Alliance for Progtres
program.

High-level U.S. officials 'ai
going to the meeting, but. ifn
"personal capacity" only; Amon
them are Stanley S. Surrey, :a
sistant secretary of the treasury
for tax policy, and Mortimer :M
Caplin, commissioner of inter-
al revenue.

Their chief hope is that I
American tax officials. will'gle
from the conference ideas wh
will help them make. their -
tax collection methods moiree-
ficient. The form of the
.is presentation of papers
discussion of them.
.n


iuuuuuuur


VA ? A WA A A A


c


-


vvvuuuuuu~-~v~-~u


a mman


' ^




'A '-i


PAGE I2


"" PLANS TO
S DEVELOP
SOUTH PACIFIC
't ISLE AS TOURIST
RESORT
it':"Loa Angeles. Polynesian
I'LParadise, Inc., has announced
Rwiflansa to develop the South Pa-
;dfie: island of Palmyra as a
,.tourist -resort.
'. The firm, a subsidiary of Mer-
.ry- Insurance Underwriters,
LoS ..Angeles, recently signed a
C75-year lease for the island. The
P; developing company will be
kr"headed by W. Richard Faris,
formerlyy with Hawaiian Air-
,'ines,
Consists of 52 Islands
i Palmy ra; made up of 52
island in an area abous six and
'bne-half miles by two miles,
a U.S. naval base during
Woid War II. It is 1,120 hWiles
'Southwest of Hawaii.
Plans call for construction of
1i hotel and a community of
:sp6rt fishing' facilities, marinas,
i d e n ce s. and clubs. The
islands are presently connected
y 18 miles of iauseways and
.id Palmyra also has a 6,000-
Sairstrip.
LI',' ,I,.


"HAITI SUN"


... "~ ..~-r~ ~ -~~la~as--F-I.. ,. --i..
,

3..:
'8; ~ ,"' *~L' ~' .
..... ." ., 11 1!!:


,/(
I ". ', .


Sunday OCTOBER 22,'1961

: -.


PEACE CORPS VOLUNTEERS-R. Sargent Shriver, director of
the U.S. Peace Corps, addresses a group of volunteers as they
begin training at Rutgers University in New Jersey for corps ass-
ignments overseas. specialists are being sent at the request of
loral authorities to assist in teaching and to work in community
development projects and other tasks. The corps was established
at the request of President Kennedy to send "talented and dedicat-
ed young Americans to help eradicate illiteracy, hunger, and dis-
ense in modernizing countries."


LUEi ti tldL-
on the label


WILL REOPEN PIER IN
SAN JUAN IN DECEMBER
San Juan.-The $283,000 expan-
sion of'Pier .3 on Marina St. in
Old San Juan will be completed
in Dec., according to the Port
Authority.
The pier will be able to ac-
commodate two 600-foot liners
simultaneously. It will also
house customs and immigration
offices.


RECORD FLIGHT-An Atlas E intercontinental ballistic missile,
blasts off the launching pad at Cape Canaveral, Florida, to begin
a record 9,050-mile (14,560-kilometer) flight down the Atlantic test
range. This was the first full-range flight of the more-powerful
"E" model, and the third Atlas to fly more than 9,000 miles
(14,480 kilometers). The flight was iiade at night to provide visual
observation of a strobe beacon attached to the missile. The craft
landed in the pre-determined target area in the Indian Ocean; the
entire flight was made .over water. Atlas boosters have also been
used in U.S. satellite programs and are scheduled to provide the
launching. power for the'first original flights in the U.S. man-in-
space program. -


4 ,,li A s paul ntarlr Io.
P't ort.u.pernedshl F



-I1-




Served XeimAsma/ at Haiti's Leading
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS & BY CONNOISSEURS
S THROUGHOUT THi WORLD "
..4


.,.c : -_ ..,,,-,


FOUAD A. MOURRA

Port au Prince, Haiti


--


.


;
i
;
!.?;


f -








.Su y O BE 22. 1961


VISITORS IN TOWN'

.-7 rri'ed- here on September back. last from a seven month
30, :lBetnton and wife former trip around the world.. After a
.Ma i 'h lidrep Jeagdr flew -to few days. touring the countries
thle o.tteso~ir2 Sinhday Octp9ber 8, of Central America they flew
afttLtiPi -their-. honeyMroon from 'Guatemala to San Francis-
at \ arid Hotel Oloffsonr co,. California', Honolulu in Haw-
aii, Yokohama in Japan, Hong
tf toi met Mrqe The- Kong, Bangkok in Thailand and
resd i~R -: .-yeas ago, at Carlos Nea Delhi in. India."It was In
Sho-' rt was 'security ptfic- Mdy they arrived in India, it wts
er .~~obord of-one of the Pana- terribly hot in Asia, then they
nma4': d ;- aArie -Theiese flew from New Dethi fo' Paris.
waS~id.We fgi; ...at .Crlos They 'spent ab'out'-'fo''r months
-"C;. '1" touring the Europeah countries.
-f'Donalda' arit6s, aa.'See- Mrs Nadal -recommended very
-re t e1 tmait of Td'V highly the trip to Japan,
o L ife~~~tiji tit BrdtE adcast- -
ing .,i :' Ydork l top~ed _ere .
Sla ee-enff.-S-plans a long- -They wanted to be. back'. on
Se visitl&o i.'ye.,-.': ",- 'time -for the- wedding, of their
son Jean Claude: wth "ravisani-
olas' Ruaso&-p mdehanics te" -Lillian' Desrue. -This Wedding
Sthe-i.Sr.S' i rt"NAu S und;r with Was celebrated last night.,'
:.iii .'.:: sei; -&n_. -a -. PhiipJl -3 .
mioS., ,tey', arem. back here'& -'Merchant Antoine I. .Hage ard
attf.t. eqap.lHi co.any with wife, friner Jocelyne. Abraham
Un ht(,iw-tF:--'Rksso a ,re- arrived Sunday from a sixteen
,. ff; er-:;andi wife month, n.visit in Lebanonr :with
,An ." I ifti" -the'wedding children Julia (Joujou)- 10,..Sa-
sRUso, Nick s bitber mir ,, Mvounir :- andiassanrr,
.wmii: bovly 'Elsie T a Ia m a -Talented Lynp -Wiil ias, star
Sdatifl l .iCeikrcbhan.-Elias Ta- of ,the Ballet ,SbV.w The .Sleeping'
l'ainaMa idf.rft T- Thi wedding Beiauty: put bn .b-3i-LAvizia Wil-
was Celebrated lastnight. lams this year just made a 3
L. mionthb study. at Carnegie Hall
Pro iihet merchBt' "Joseilh Newp York. She ivas back here
Nadal ."and. wife: -Lilane eame Iast Sunday.








S'an m y :..ice;
from y teP dos my doM .e 4

hth:'-T" : ti'Yr; por "T t6e en ":
S,.o.r ireei.n. and your f-yours, the full .art,
;: 3'y co Ild giv youinoiw can take away
': ) tiesf betiiieeidt iour beauty and m y hea t
..:-': |i:!: t,(Vr'o-j^-u<^temlrousp mydoom'Dei d; ; "'







:.':.:.o me:e lo totouble ,-r. 'o a .-"
me to unto my inmost core
Ido -des re your kss pon my mouthi;
a. tT i aeni drwed a cup ft wate more
T-. at..eih t.ip othe desert, b un 'e btesuti w -.


:Here ht ybu i.; t you ch iot d.
S itebw medow .that have ben lovedby you.
-''


V'- :a 4.. 'C

-'.. In Tp Ono ORE eIDS


S OUR l yHOWME?T
6,ri4 tok i t Thousands 'of flower Irers
t so a o.r he Wrid- Here in Haiti it's easier
.e.IFt"Y-wher elsTe. -WOI O I KE TO OW

L: ...

;- 'two :years ago the Oi.. Soiety f' aiti
|4 esh inhed as an affiliate 6f the geet ;Atmerican
t ci.ety which has ovei fifteen thou ai d me
iaibver .the world. Once each month it meets at
S10i..e of .ont qf its members ,where 'every ps se of
...i culture and orbchfd- ore are discussed,.and ex-
advice lis available. If- jo are interested in thi
.cinatlnmg hobby and would like to investigate further,
'a line o oniur president H orace Ashton, Box 133,
t au Prince, or run up to "Villa Rosa" (Canape
"' :- -


" HAITI S.U N"


--Honey skin Daniele Coicou,
pretty daughter of Dr and Mrs
Jacques Coicou is back'. Her nu-
merous adm i r e r s have been
longing for her for two months.
The womanly looked 16 year old
Daniele is-delighted with her
trip in Canada, New tork and
Puerto Rico.

-Engineer Roger Lanoix, Mana-
ger of the RCA and wife Denise
and daughter Michele.14 arrived
Sunday, from New York.. Two
months ago they accompanied


"_ I


Jacqueline to Spain where she parents, elder sister Jeanxi."
is'studying Pharmacy and Lab. younger brother George.. '"-
They visited Paris and New York Max and Jean Davis got .
where Roger met with the Off- 'ried in New York on Octoei
cials of the RCA. and. arrived. here. the next :
-,: I They.4took lodgigg. at tlhe'i
-Youthful Aichiteht Jamnes Max bou'and went t-the Capr
Bond, Jr. is back. here on his day to 'visit' the CitadeL.i
honeymoon to introduce Haiti to felt that he was back ho'.
his "jolie femmne", former Jean again,. he said." .' i
Davir Max is the 'son of Dr.
James--Max' Bond,' Director of -Mazie Bryan,. -aibusius
the .Haitian American Institute presentative.- from. ier .
arourid -4-45.',He spent mdre tback... She remains .fbi'"'
than tOo. years here. with' his the IboLele; '.

-.-;


"'--Ij ... .-"'--


" ~ '. 1 t "' r '" "


I


8.

L'


r





- tI -


In Gedeva since 1755 ."-.


Exclusive Agent:
FOUUAD A" MOURRA
Avenue Jean-Jacqusessesalines


and LE CONTINENTALSTORE .
Rue Bdnne Fol .
A. .J -. _.


_ I


**?>;N
-- ..;-.PA :.'
. .. :


=.


.1


I


__ : I


-... I.. '








,..,.'-: .. .: pi..
'.I, '.r.




.. ., i": ,2




..: 'i >:i:






ii












...1
.
r;- r

,.- ". .'



I!'
o
""f


I .. .


.:


_ _






C.. -



SJoephepot Worms
4 S ..

S(Continued from page 2) kep

(individual variations are con- ahs
Ssiderable); on the average, a or
ie mIes f r compatriots teaching at Leopoldville and group of worms will need a re- pho
Sfles o ur compatriots teaching at Leopoesher course of 40 lessons -to
Pbetville flew to gongo. They are: Mir Jacques Deslnoraand act reliably. S
rdbildren, Marle-Therese, .Jean-Claude, Chantal and Philippe; aas
.~Franci que and. son-Patrick; Mrs Beatrice Yvon P.errier and Thus the '.'saving" in the num-- "he
childrenn Chantil and.Flbren de; Mrs Laura Marceain'Lduis and ler of required lessons due. to to.
children, Yaplek .and Francei Mrs leanine Georges BAykr. tention wai 150-40, 110; that 6nl
band three children, Eddy, %Georges and Greta. -By decision to say, over 0 per ent, this
,. .... which is not bad at all. bra
iOlaudisa Angenor, Regent of the Archidiocese are the fol- cen
lgu..appointlnents: RR.PP. HIllare, former-chaplain of National And now back f]m the nor- whi
e is.-transfetrbd tor "Foyer Simone Duvalier" with residence mal to- the divided animal. Each froi
tlif establishment; Bodrigue' Laventue, cure of St. Martin; half, after regeneration had ver
esWtabilsh _tbeen completed, wnas given a imp
e tCure of Fonds Veirettes;- apars, Cure bf Ganthier; been completed, Was _given a itn
refresher course by the same s:yn
e8 and- L. 'Siart, vicar at. t.. Anne; Edmond Cesar, vicar method as -the uncut animals' the
iatea Edmond,. founfer-Cure o. Balnet-Cotes de Fer; Ba- The astonishing result was that the
i Cure' of Thomazeau; Souffrant, Vicar at-Martissant; -Midy, the "tails" showed as much re-
"atr etit-Goeve;. _C-Phlippe, Cure at Mirebalais. -Dr LouinS tention as did the "heads"; and I
S, new Aatant-Drecor- that both leadsd" and taill" nha
pp y new. Aatsistant-Director .of Malar'a's- dica-
ppe hMaara's d showed as much retention -that ly,
tio c arrived this week. He replaces Dr Alfredo is, 70-odd per cent- as the un-
*Ena promt .kei:'hnical counselj, of" SNEM. '-Agronomist cut animals. I
i;Andr~ TheirdfJitqsee UJlaie D6 XI4u Elsie fnir, Mimose. -
,bI ~lette B fr s.ant Char- How is this .possible? How
1ndetor of r to Leutenan, does the "tall" retain nemor-
Snductor of P chesfr p to Lieutenant. e meor
SKingston and ies of learning? --And when the
itali llany come b hi Kingston d "tail" builds -a new brain, how
'Mr .tGubato Fernmln ..- r of Venezuela in does it build the memory into
Sand$Mr Edward Elly,. .U 'Al, -Attache Culturel in it?
tiarriv~d this week. -Today .T at Carrefour, inaug-
ofi ewM market named 'Mache Duva Duvaller": -Thd Confronted by this puzzle, 'the
worm-runr.ers went. one step
imttittee of '.Union des Travailleurs et Er ployes of Elec- wofurth-uer Tey tra ned a "he ,
tam y" is as follows: Marcel Tssy, President; Rene Joli- hl, after cutting off its "tail"
,an4dWano.l Auguste; Vice-Presideits: Alix Laqpaute, Ge- tl, let h.1 grow. a new tail, T2;
aSee try e Agenor, TreasuLer; fleschanel" yolcy, 'As- cut it off and let it grow a new
t"e. .telediol"*'ansiouceshat' 48-empo ps head, H2. This creature, H2 plus
...T. H -ic T2, had anatomicallyinot a sing-
e'bee r fIron Hydraulic Service. -The localities. of
'.;..*',.. Hydrui. rv. ~llocalities of le organ or mature tissue in
-e'.;den O.i.se-' fhnd 'tCarrefour-Feuillest' are feting, today, common .with the original hi
; dei Magellatheir PatIon-saint's day. -Lecture will be plus tl-and yet 'it had .retained
by.. PF.! i t,, Sulerior of a.eemptorist Congregation a significant amount of its lear-
L--ct1;:i, the-~isters pf "Congregation de Marie" ning. How was the information
.'Octbb.er:17.. -,the 9 itr f gat"..o de .
Sbo!eat'e" te anivesary of.. their installation transmitted?'
.' ,r a fAe sta .de, DrJ'olsi Ma'u, -new Ambas- The latest experiments are
ib Hati'fo .Whshington; Ift for tie U.S?.-This week, S. E. even more surrealistic. I have
Bne lialniers, ~bretary of State for Foreign Affairs, gave mentioned that with the onset
eptiod honor: of Dr Loals Mars, at Castelhaiti. -Dr Jean of sexual maturity, the Tigrina
Ieute.nant "of Haitia'- Armed Forces (Health Service) re- become cannibals. In two expe-
riments (as yet unpublished),
year in Ti.S.. -aymnionde Besson flew"to U.S. She McConnell chopped up trained
t :J *..years. to_.sudf. finance end. social. sciences at Ho- animals and fed them to un-
e'versity. -Armed Fgrees~ Transmission Service will be trained ozies. -The results seem
ed to "Casernes Francois Duvalier" November 18th, Army to indicate, pending confirma-
ce, hools ad Pbic Services will closed Oct tion, that the cannibals fed on
-', United Nationts' Dad ... trained animals learned quicker
S: .- -, than the controls which were


- Sunday OCTOBER 22


196


Turning...


pt on a normal lowbrow diet.
n the jargon of comnmunica-
n engineering, information is
rays "fed" into a computer
an organism; here the meta-
or became flesh.

since, the flatworm's "tail"
Sas good a memory as the
ad," one might be tempted
believe that its brain plays
y. a subordinate part. But
Sis not so. The -creature's
in, though primitive, is the
ter of its ..nervous system in
ch te sensory impulses
m the eyqs and auricles con-
ge and from-which motor
pulses 'are conducted in two
metrical nerve strands and
ir--branches to other parts of
body.

Igreover, experiments by Er-,
.rt indicate, rather surprising-
-that two-headced flatworms


S.1I
-1

--1


(produced by a simple surg'.l'
technique) .Jearn quicker tha
others while animals whose
brain had been removed were:
shown (by Hovey) to .be inca4
pable of learnifig. Once,. hbw:,
ever, the animal has been train-;'.
ed, the "tail" alone is sufficientj
to retain-the memory. .

,One can only conclude- }hat;
the head is necessary for tfeb
acquisition of learning, but''not
for, its retention. The memory'
of the-. animal cannot be located ',
in its brain and nervous system
alone; it must be- represented& ,
by chemical changes in cells
throughout the body.

Now this. is the .point where -
the scandal begins and where
the lowly worm. aquires an un-
expected significance for one.aof
the basic-.controversial issues 6t- t-
(Continued o, page 15).


'Soaping." dulls hair..

Halo glorifies itl
.-. -


N a soap, not a


cream-Halo cannot
a aag .' Sv e dulling, dirt-
Scagching soap-filml -n
NOG, OIMPO ING AND
E I IN ONE-- O Removes embarrassing
', :. V K > dandruff from both hair ma
1 --- -- OUALITY and scalp! col
.tl/OR W0nm- F:2.5 iNS. ; ,
oi INGoU -L-s.^ -., 9FFRED Yes, "aoaping your hair with
S.. -: ;,. ..-. ,:; .- ., even finest liquid or oily cream
~- ~ ..hampoos leaves dulling, T
S' .UM PRICE dirt.catching film. Halo, made
i E with a new ingredient, contains
iKe .X CAM ERA !, no sticky oils.
_____-__."__ ___ .. _-_AfcR thus Halo orniies your hair |
I-' ______ the very first time you use it.
SAsk for Halo-America's
{'-<"' &* ^ favorite shampoo-today.
k. New At:' LITTLE EUROPE

THE HOME OF EXQUISITE GIFTS Halo reveals the hidden b

^^*^^^.7


Gives fragrant
soft-water" athl
eds no special rinsel


Halo leaves hair sojt,
nageable-shining. with
orful natural highlighist



he largest
selling
shampoo

America Ha


eauty of the hair
H-61-I-EL




7 ..~.- -.....~ -


Sunday OCTOBER 22, 1961


, HAITI SUN"


- SPEEDY FLIERS This B-58 crew flew at a sustained speed
of 1,302 miles per house (2,095 kph) over a closed course for 30
minutes 45 seconds recently. As a result of the flight, the U.S.
Air Force became eligible for permanent award of the Bleriol
Cop. Established by Louis Bleriot in 1931 and previously awarded
only provisionally, the trophy was to be awarded permanently
by the Aero Club of Frknce to the pilot of th first aircraft to
average at least 2,000 kilometers per hour for 30 minutes. Crew
members are, from left: Maj. Elmer Murphy, pilot; Maj. Eug
one Moses, navigator-bombardier, and Lt. David Dickerson, de
Sfedse systems operator. The rectangular course, 666.5 miles (1,073.
kilometers) in length, covered parts of California, Arizona and
Nevada. -


Worms Turning While
(Continued Irom page 14)
our time. According to the or-
thodox theory of genetics upheld
this side of the Iron Curtain,
the progress of evolution from
ameba to man is entirely due
to random mutations plus natur-
al selection. The mutational al-
terations in the genes which de-
termine heredity are said to be
purely accidental, and natural
selection is supposed to act as
a kind of automatic sorting ma-
chine which perpetuates favor-
able mutations and rejects the
others.

The negative -implicatiod of
this theory is that no trace of
what the parents have experien--
ced and learned in a lifetime
is inherited by the off-spring.
The hereditary mechanism is
deaf and blind to the, require-
Sments of the evolutionary pro-
Scess which it serves. The genes
-atomic units of heredity- are
kept in the germ cells in her-
Smetic isolation, sealed off from
the rest of the parent body, and
- are passed on unchanged from
. one generation to the next -
i except for those purely accident-
al mutations on the evolutionary
roulette board.

Generations come and go, but
their struggles exert no influ-
ence whatever on the hereditary
substance of the race.
Whoever defends the opposite
view, that there may be an
(Continued on page 16)








S I) i


JOSEPH NADAI,. (o.

Agents.


. *' PAGE


ICA-S

OPEN Nr
GAM
DAN'

JOE TR
(IIW1]


IOn


-~ -.~ -4. w


; I NO

NIGHTLY
BLING


CING TO.


ZOUILLOT'S
IHESUTRA


4
.4
* 4
g

.4
*.4<


: <
4**
4
* .


MIDNIGHT SHOW

Entrance Charge $1.00
SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND HOLIDAYS "

9> < !../


.9
r//w///y//////'/////t .-.

MEN'S OHIRTS ..
'SCARVES




4:..
,'. ARD

SLIBEIITY-.




A. c.. ...,.







FREE PORT SOPPINGr CENTER
53.5s.ljuedugual
SDresses ancL Shi84s mde on order
and delioved in 214 hours.
We sh to e iSh s tte

""i


.4''





ofHAIT.

ART GALLEyRy
onodue du QUA


, Haiti's "Gingerbread Palace" and famed hostelery the Grand Hotel Oloffson, show place o.
-. Haltan architecture, exquisite cuisine and conten ted living. Set amongst a myriad of tropical trees
I and "nrdens the Oloffson, complete with miniature pool, is the haven for the uninhibited.

Il,.


i&ulptures by PAINTIN" G b^
R..FFRANCois ,
J. I .Gourgue -
J.DUPERRIER V.Den&a
O.DUPERRIER L Lazar
A.DMA. .eael


"
*i.
... .. .... .. :- :


Beautiful Peligre Lake

or. any and all who wish to partake of the beautiful
goidhines of a peaefill v"iat~din amidst the sur
roundings of nature's own greenery.
38 Miles From Port au Prince
HUNTING ....... .. -.FISHING
SWIMMING ... .. RECREATION.

BUNGALOW .. RESTAURANT
WATER SKI ....... .. RELAXED

For your res ration, call up hi ODVA Radio-Station at
PO'r AU PRINCE
Corner Rue du entiree and des Cesars 68.


1


I,~c~i~ro'=J.oic~L(o~cii,~(*~i~,J~o~oi


.k


FIQFIWN


I I






" HAITI SUN"


'r


AIR PRANCE v
BOEING ET CARAVELLE... uL s M uuURs IETrS SUR L PLus GRAND RESEAU D MONDE
41 L '' fi;"'"


october 17th Salute To The


Memory Of Dessalines


RL



Cathedral Serviced well attended on National Holiday nben
Special Mass was said by Mgr Claudius Angenor.


Monday Night

Si aShngo Night Club
S HOTEL IBOLELE


Madame Simnone Duvalier, Madame- Boucicaut and
the President Duvalier's Aunt pay close attention.


WORMS TURNING WHILE MAN...


(Continued from page 15)
"inheritance .of acquired char-
acteristics" which would invest
evolution with a purposeful as-
pect, is considered to be guilty
of the Lamarckian or Lysenk-
oist heresy, and is academical-
ly non-U. '/

They establish beyond. any
reasonable doubt the inheritan-
ce of acquired learning -at
least 'in asexual reproduction.
(Up to now the worms have re-
fused to reproduce sexually in
captivity; but according to the
latest intelligence from McCon-
nell, this year "they are mating
profusely for the first time, glo-
ry of glories"; and if all goes


surprises before the end .of the
year).
In the meantime, however,
even what has been achieved so
far should he_ a sufficient shock
to the accepted views on the
mechanism of heredity, for
asexual reproduction- is after
all reproduction< An English
scientific weekly recently paid
grudding tribute to McConnell's
team but at the same time re-
proached it because "in report-
ing these experiments to the
American Psychological Associ-
ation, the authors have unfor-
tunately described the worms
which regenerate from halves
of other worms as a second ge-
neration..." which might "sug-
gest to the casual reader that
here is evidence of the inherit-


!.' .


,'




':. 'r






9*..



c"'



-".


7.\C



.








S:,

.iR
h,.~


Sunday


PAGE 18


...-t.


PAA Flights 4
Discontinue
(Continued from p


Business mail, ncomin
outgoing, will be serious
played and the resultant
time in receipt of orders, e
etc. will hurt co'mmeree
In a short time, in fact, bu
tourist and the economic
ate will suffer conspicuo
Certainly and inevitable
is made to question Latir
rican aid on the one hand
such. short-sightedness o
other.


TOR I:EVERY OCCASION

'& *"' -." ; __* :' '*' -


m m O m --m mma-


IFAMIIUS
OVER i

The World|

-A;


I


Voyagez par...


WIDMAIER & HIS GROUP


H RBIE
.," '' "


well, there may be some more ance of acquired characters."
(From "WASHINGTON POST" Oct. 1st, 1961


-

CBP-HRTIEN AND THE CITADEL
ONE WAY BY PLANE ,ONE WAY BY LIMOUSINE
*_ iA WALL
*4 -u -. INCLUDED
S OPERATED BY C i STOPIlE TOURS
AVENUE PAN AMERICAINE
"' PETION-VILLE -HAITI
-P.O.BOX 312-.Phone: 7761


0 N IONS

FROM.



-a-.
iO-D VA


Onions of first quality are available at the
sales counter of ODVA at the corner of Rue
des Cesare and Rue du Centre, at the following
-e
S i i- ..... -: .. -.. -.'.,.. ........
.
*' -J .

S 0Olbs.-,Bags 15 Gourdes
S 50lbs.-Bags 15.Gourdes
..Wholesale orders..will be filled on the basis
6-'Gourdes: 12.75 pr -10lbs. bags -(MinimnI
bags).- ad .Gourdes: 14 per 50lbs. (Minim-
m-10 bags.) -

D


33-
ed
age


CLIAPi


I


I


r .


-


mi


r


1 BacouluCa
Theatre Adds'
To Entertai
Once more a
have been taken.b
of Majestic Hotel and
Club, Odette and Ge
ner. With the cooperate
land, Wingfield I4s.e.
Danses Ba3aloulou ha
gaiiizei -- to offer Mod
trical and Haitian Dan
she's as well as D
Social Dance. Speciq
ments are made' o
with individual classe(-
To visitors foreign
and Haitian alike, We
evening at Clqb Bacoul
must. The atmosphere
not only due to a plea
original setting, but als
wonderful and. exciting
phow of the celebrated
lou Dantce 'Troupe dire
Odette Wiener. The
which is renowned all
Caribbean presents eaf
a new addition, to .its
There is always a. sur
store' for you and. the ev
going choregraphy of the
ed dancers keeps its
Haitian flavor.'
Bacoulou is adding. n
another attraction "to' it
nesday : the Compl
Haitian Meringue Lesson
ing from 9:30pm, Paulgt
seus and Gerard Dors
the principal dancers o0f
coulou Troup, are at yo
posal to teach you the
social dance of Haiti.
The steps are very"'e
learn: the music is pla
.2-4 and 4-4 time, orie
ment per count. In or
master the basic move
is important to follow the
of the drum which se
beat. It will be fun to a
tive flavor to your Haitiai
day in-learning the Haitia
ringue.
(From I'H1S WEEK




Full Text
xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd
INGEST IEID E6HV1MEXU_AHQBGN INGEST_TIME 2013-07-25T20:50:32Z PACKAGE AA00015023_00081
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT UF PROJECT UFDC
FILES


  Home | About dLOC | Collections | Governance | Digitization | Outreach | FAQ | Contact  
  Powered by SobekCM
Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement  
© All rights reserved   |   Citing dLOC