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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00084


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:By AJLBELIN COi O
,**Mr. Georges Mouton, 'an ?Agricultural Ex-
pert for the United.,hations, is, bavk hrg with
the 12 niember mission, of the Alliance.for Pro-
'gress id company with charming wife Berthie
San!d 4year-oli son Georges' Syvain bhorn'i Pe-
tioville on Jahiary 4i 157 t : .i
SMr Iouton, a Belgian, agronomist, 4ame here
j .1952 :as an Ekpert of, the .UN-.. sist thie
fFdtian "Government in. its ia cultitral' deve-.
itogram~. He .lived here from 1952,to May 1958. He is res-
1b forthe establishing of the! Cooperative of Fermathe., He;
.i t ,,rules and regulations .pt the coopeative .moyenmerit
Shelped in, the Idaton of the "Itnsiti de'Cfedif{ Agri
IJindustriel" .o4 the National Ban of .the Republice of Htaiti
i Hai ti he spent two years: assisting the Tunisian. doveen-
i- it ae'gricultural.progr:am fH has been 4t the UN InNew
s t.eseptember -1960;.He said tatflia's"delighita&to ID select
ita a er: of" the-.12 r'nember mission pf the AI e_ ;for
S spendd six months' F .'.
sisi' &ihe ed by Uruguay e o ...
Nations who, rtived' als ast y
N, s -.-"' as
..martin F..Meedha aand 10.ely wife. F'n,
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tu Ir eY ii tripo..... vey ertainhly' om e luN eIk
I r..,won: twJak ..,at'. h ,.,-

.4, 'at the 'Montana Hote
B0,oese, i famed~ anter .fdrm PeebIYe.hp l ali a
nj edSuniay' on -bbardi:o 'the Santa Rosa 'Sth' .uii'f Vi
ti.i,'er Editor fot Time. .
S iei. a successfIl busine~snian who could afford to retire
o tp give the he of his.time to painting. -He does very
iajust had two successful shows. in. California and New .Yorlc
d's Morse are very enthusiastic travellers, they have ma r
rrMivs around the world. They just made a second..trip t
cItiy t a bsorb the artistic charms of this famous Italian
jii;lhe .enaissan6e after reading living Stone's best seller
'and the EcstAsy, a biography of .Michaelangelo.
I :an abstract, p 'nop-objective paiiter.-They, aie guests
Sulotel. '
t v K A'.,
Paul."iz, aTravel Writer from New. Jersey and
"&e h ieek'in a through. t e'Caribean. Mr
r4KP MagaziWeV&nd News'
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'th beautiful blond :fe Ma.l e.,
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respected' lrevt"r 'of the
mdri) Naqi.i4 Of.'-,
Government Printing O
did suddenly while,on I
in l ta a. ci Dep
Thursday morning
Man eons all.
and 'waflc* bt' ifain t if
minity ,will grieve at his
demise'. .

Mr Viauwho. worked.
his life in the Qovernien
ling Office on Septeinber
'realized bhis ambition
Ipletely rebuilding a I'd n
zing. the Printing plant t
bashing the, office. govi
gazette'"Le M6effteui' r;
: The. deceae- wa- ,.'w.,;ord
and jlied 1eaA .Oci s
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I' At Sans Soudi i For r

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der y. ato. e his ear's
Whit,,, rist asi Bal at he
Sahns Souci. Hqoel ,even more: of


Can' a e a if e-
t-me tht .
-winter season. Tickets, for,' be
b ,l. .w o... s le this e.


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i i ,ai 'MANi v srrs
S.WITH AMERA
Ro4ert BeilUele,"'a -topf flight
correspondent 'for tile Associated'
Piess whohas bee' covering the
Dominiban Republic for .the past
foipA months arrived&here Thurs-
day'b for-&look atthe other third
|f the islandnd. .?. '

Mr Berrellez who covered Cu-
ba. for tw' years and left via
,Jr Caibna"; 'prison is an -ania-
teur' .-pht6graph. r"-and spent
.much -of'his time here catching
ithe beauties of Haiti which he
,describe 'aS' '.abreathtald4ig.".
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JOE TROUILLOT'S Renting of houses, Apart-
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S At exactlyy y6:27 i on Fijday plane' out, of .Ft. Brooks, Pu
S after'dati had closed in, atuin- Rico, coiing-'w Miami.,.
highly berof people were startled to Had met, heavy 'weather ,f
; i hear the drone of a .large plane leaving Mi n: and was indeed
Sce circling the airport in.,an effort of gas. It planned: lo land at,
ff e, to land.. Three times 'the 'plane Bowen Field; was late and found
artiu nt followed .the' commercial .plane the filbi. dark;-;.but Ithe two X3ap:'
S pattern of coming in,, circling tains atb ard'.decided it wsn'''
ircl -out and returning for a landing.: :- matter .fn e bpw'ert.'
es On the third try the plane put Field and gas, or else. Capt:
sudden ..down on- Bowen Field in .,the. arl: ,,p nan.d' Capt, WilP :
a;icl.It was blackout' titni n:, j-.41ut .Teir-:plane.
'.'.P.oiirive and the wholets er 'dow.xip lad.p .,pertl.' ,-
P.. > lriance. was witnessed- by .mny'.& '". ..n Air'' or- '.
most .of cinouo, and .fearful 'oilookers's la Q .ishome to?
l Print- The plane landed safely'- thy tead, whz e .went ..;.
22 last supposed no flames, no ex- ties ir formialities- df Sach
of corn-' plbsiiv noish. They stipposed cor- adnig apd t-e :Ca0pta n'
moderi' .. ,.. *. '" \heir way to,'Hqtel,
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I Sday NOVEMBER 12 1961


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Haiti Art Revelation


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For American Painter

John Boit Morse, a famous there is much I could learn here. Mr Morse is a descendant of
American painter, here with his "Anything I would say to the S. F. B. Morse who was found-
ife on' the suggestion of Dewitt primitive painters would tend to er of the American Academy of
meterss of the Centre d'Art, to hinder rather than to help him. Art and the inventor of the tele-
see. the. remarkable work being As for the painters with acade- graph.,
loe -here in painting'and sculp- my backgrounds, all I could do He 'attended the Yale Art
ure ardd invited to lecture and is to exchange ideas, artist, to School, the Chicago Art Instit-
Ver criticism at the 'Centre artist, and since my French is ute, and the Instituto Allende
Art summed up Haitifs art in -o limited, I fear an exchange in Mexico. He has had studios
I1 following. flattering terms. df ideas would have little value. in Mexico, Austria, Spain, and
S / now resides and paints in Peb-
Mbly wife and .1 arrived last "Mrs Morse and I have been ble Beach, California. He is re-
. eek and since then we have in Europe and have been away presented in a number of Ame-
.An overcome by the excellence from home for three months. We rican collections and s h o w s
.f both .the primitive painters shall leave next week for Call- through the Feingarten Galle-
nil the sophisticated and well- fornia with the !resolve to return ries in New York, Chicago, San
,":chboled professionals. I do not to Haiti, not as instructor Pnd Franicsco, and Beverly Hills.
believe that there is 'a country critic, but as a painter who him- He is a fellow of the Interna-
tih e. world where art of such self would know more of Haitian tional Institut des Arts et Let-
*ih qualityi and quantity exists art and who also wishes to paint tres, Geneva, Switzerland.
Snsuch.depth. The. last week.has here. Mrs Morse is a writer and for-
Defn'rone of the high marks of metr member of Time Magazine
my artistic, experience. "We are very grateful for the editorial staff. The 1Morses have
warm and affectionate* welcome three sons: Pichardson, 22, who
"As a result of this experien- we have received from all sides is in the theater; Samuel, 23,
:e; I have the firm conviction and it has quickened oiur resol- who is studying architecture;
.hit I have nothing to, teach ve to return to Haiti as soon as and Peter, 25, who is in music.
Sse amaziqg.mn: In t uthi .pesibie.
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New Firestone Man Here .:
With Family

William James Scollay a ve- son will launch a.new operation
teran Firestone man has assum- for Firestone in Uruguay.
ed the direction of the Haiti
branch and also supervision The Scollays have been calling


the company's int eres ts in
neighboring Dominican and the
Bahamas.
Mr Scollay who has taken up
residence in Petionvlle, off Pla-
ce Boyer, with his wife and two
children took over the Firestone
business here on the Rue Pavee
from Vic Lampson who left last
week for Montevideo. Mr Lamp-


Akron, Ohio home for the pastC.
few years having living for per.LI
iods in Cuba and the Philipp i
nes. .'.,
.Y.
Robert aged fifteen is attend-
ing college in the State lend -Ri
chard 14 and Carol Jean are now
students at the Union School'
here. .


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Sunday NOVEMBER 12' 1961


Adventists Dedicate A New

Church In Ouanaminthe
.:'':
,he Seventh-day Adventists Monsieur Antoine Andrieux, the Haitian Consul of Dajabon, were
Just dedicated a new city Magistrate, Lieutenant Noel, in attendance during the cere-
ch building to the worAhip representative of the Command- mony.
God In the city of Ouanamin- ing Officer of Ouanaminthe dis-
In honor of (he occasion trict, and Egel Nicoleau, thq Several Adventist pastors from
surrounding districts attended
the service. Among tlem were
-- .C. L. Powers and R. J. Kloos-
S' terhuis, president and secretary
Joses Brutus and Anthony Hen-
Sry, presidents of the two Haitian
Missions, Bossuet Lanoix from
Trou-du-Nord, Maxi Cherenfant
from Gros-Morne, Roland Ber-
n? mingham from Saint-Marc, Max
Charles from Cap Haitien, Ab-
donel Abel from Port de Paix,
and Frederic Emrunanuel and
Marcel Perpignan, secretaries
from the Nofth Haiti Mission.

.:;,New Adventist Church at Ouanaminthe in North Haiti After Assiedius Isaac, the dis-
trict leader, reviewed the histo-
; .ry of the Adventist Church in
the region -of Ouanaminthe. Pas-
S" .tor Powers gave the message of


-'ENN IRT ing church on earth, the cliurch
AR&Es formed by His children. The act
of dedication and the dedicatory
prayer were ,pronounced by Pas-
S" tor Anthony Henrry.


For several years the memb-
B1y JARD ers of the Adventist Church in
Ouanaminthe have 'been looking
forward to having a church
iFARIS home, a worthy place in which
.I ,vjY to worship their- God. They are
S. certainly proud to contribute, by
A. the erection of thii building, to
the development and the embel-
R li a- lishment of their important fron-
.'. mv tier town. It was with thanks-
: opened the doors of their new
temple to some. 250 visitors to
share with them the, glory of
Sthe occasion. It is now dedicated
to the worship'of the God they
I A W a s Flove and as a heaven to those
.FREE PORT SHOPPING CrENTER who look .for peace.
53.55.Rue du Quai
FI Dresses and. Shirts made on order -Ouanaminthe Church is the
and delivered in 24 hours. sixth church building completed
S Shp to fle, States the Seventh-day Adventists in
SIP Haiti during the last twelve
months.

S. F. MONNIER


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FLOOD TOLL. REAC

(Continued from page 1)
of the town. Trois Rjvieres'flood-
ed its banks and' swept through
the lower section of Pilate des-
troying many of the homes of
the poor persons who inhabit that
section.
Tuesday Dr Jacques Fourcand,
President of the Haitian Red
Cross reported after a visit to
the stricken area that the town
of Pilate was menaced by an
epederpic. A- strong odor of dead
animals drowned by the flood
and cover by debris hung over
the town, the Red Cross official
said.

In Le Borgne two children
were drowned in their home and
large areas of cropland was in-
nondated.
In the town of Limbe, on the
main North and South highway,
there three employees- of Pote
Cole were drowned the .week be-
fore when flood waters carried


HERBIE


HIES 12 IN NORTHf

their jeep down river, an adult
was discovered dead next to a
ravine and-a child was dug out '
from under a landslide.

The Red- Cross reported that
six trucks, with.the help of' the S
Haitian Army, were moved into
the stricken region with emerg-
ency supplies of provisions .and


medicines.

Two U. S. Navy Ships'
Weekending Here
The USS Woodsdn and USS
Looser,, t%6 navy escort vessels
arrived in Port Friday for the' -
weekend. ti
The ships have a complement
of twenty officers and 353 en-.
listed men and twenty-foui pas-
sengers.
The commanding officer of the
Woodson is Lt. Commander :'R:
T. Cucullu and the Loeser's
commander is Lt. Comm. L. S:-i
Herrink.


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Sunday NOVEMBER 12 1961


" HAITI SUN"


HAITI SUN

THE .HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
Editor-Publisher BERNARD DIEDEBICH
Gerant-Responsable MAUCLAIR LARISSlIERE
ESTABLISHED IN 1950


A BUCK IS A BUCK
Worse than the "Ugly American" of diplomatic il-
repute is the 'Thieving American," a quaint breed of
fast-taking, "con' men" who invade foreign countries
and depart quietly leaving in their wake a mountain
of unpaid bills.
The only credit card these gentlemen carry is the
gullibility of local "suckers," otherwise known as busi-
nessmen.
'Nobody wants to be known publicly as a "sucker."
Thus, unwittingly contributing to the success of these
modern throwbacks to the stagecoach' robber of 'the
Western cinema are the local businessmen who, while
stirring up a minor storm among themselves, are reluct-
ant to do something openly to put an end to this prac-
Stice.
It is not our 'purpose here to stir up anti-American
feelings. But in their own lingo, "a buck is a buck." So,
we believe it is only fair to suggest, following the most
recent and flagrant case of this type of thievery, to
signal out to the innocent victims that SOMETHING
CAN BE DONE:
Take the matter collectively before the courts here;
file a suit for embezzlement and fraud, then ask the
Haitian Govt. to demand from the U. S. the extradi-
tion of the culprits to stand trial. Nothing may come
out of it, but at least the effot .is there plainly for the
Amefrican Enmbasy to see.
And, perhaps, the American Embassy will take the
hint and suggest to this small breed from the U. S.
in the future, that they are also Ambassadors of their
own country and should behave as such and not Pancho
Villas.


RIGHT MAN IN RIGHT PLACE

The White House in Washington Monday -announced
the appointment of Teodoro, Ted, Moscoso as Region-
al director for Latin America for AID, (Administration
For International Development) the agency which will
replace the International Cooperption Administration.
Ted Moseoso is a Puerto Rican American, the first
director of,the Industrial Development Corporation
which has done and is doing so much to revitalize the
,economy and standards of living of that island. The
big underlying policy which resulted in such success,
was to use the Government funds available, not to ini-
tiate Government-operated industries, but to encour-
agg and aid to develop private enterprises, giving em-
Sployment and self-perpetuating payrolls.
Under Moscoso's administration more than 200 new
industries have been established, training employees
in technical skills, with wiges mostly $1.00 per hour
or more.
The policy was not Moscosso's alone; it resulted
from the ideas of Governor Munoz-Marin, one of the
great men of the Western Hemisphere, as well as a
great vote-getter.
'One has only to see Puerto Rico now to see the be-
nefits of the employment, the payrolls and private en-
terprise. There is television in nearly every caille, elec-
tricity blazing on the thoroughfares throughout the
. countryside, a well kept sports stadium in every town,
clubs, bowling alleys, super-markets. Everyone can now
read and write but when Governor 'Marin started Ted
Moscoso with his development corporation less than
56 per cent of the people were literate.
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Dear Sir:
My visit to the Le Centre d'Art
has been one of the most en-
joyable hours of my trip. She
painting show such vitality and
strenght and the entire Gallery
has a true art feeling.
Quality and originality are
not too often encountered when
viewing art.
I feel deeply honored in being
able to meet and table to Mr
Pierre Monosiet who is doing
such a fine job of art promo-
tion.
Sincerely
Nowland Lyon
Curator of Art
Smithsonian Institute
Washington D.C.


A GROWING


CITY


(In Le Matin)

A friend visited Duvalierville
yesterday where he was invited
by a technician of the enterprise
in order to have- information
about the scope of the project
of the "Mouvement de Renova-
tion Nationale". The new city
is sprouting out of ground and
the first outlinings of residen-
tial sections and others are like
a harmonious draft. The visitor
feels he is overlooking at a true
pity which can be a model for
other towns to be built in the
future.
On Christmas eve, the Engin-
eer will deliver 80 houses to the
committee.
Tomorrow, Monday November
13th, technicians will start the
draft of 40 individual houses.
two schoolrooms, the commer-
cial block, th, tourist sector and
the cockfight ring.
A member of the Committee
who visited Duvalierville the day
before was so "well impressed
that he openly' congratulated
engineers and workers.

Moreover, the problem of
transportation which was a se-
rious handicap is now on the
way to being solved thanks to
the help of trucks owner's Union.
75 trucks drivers have each of-
fered to carry-a truck load of
material to the new city.


THE NEW POLICE


HEADQUARTERS
The Casernes "Francois Du-
valier" the brand new head-
quarters of the Police Depart-
ment will cost $200,000. At the
northern end an elevator is be-
ing put in to serve the Office
of His Excellency the President
of the Republic.

Technicians and workers are
now giving the finishing touch
in order to be ready for the
inauguration fixed on November
18th, date of the Army Day.


IN HAITI THIS WEEK

Mr Herman Doerr, a Supervi- Francois Duvalier," Departme
sor for the SEDGWICK Mach- of Police of Port au Prince
ine Works of Pougkeepsie, NeOi This company is represented
York flew down here this week here by Engineer Charles Fe
to watch over the installation quiere.
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Haiti Lost Tru
Iith' the passing of Maya De- p a S n
," Haiti lost a true and sym_.f
f ettho nied..l P"D Hor
lh' anulthnr of "Divine Horse-


The living Gods of Hai-
|:, and numerous article on
iti died at St Albans Naval
tpital in Queens (New York)
fr -suffering a cerebral hem-
Ihage. She was 43.


She is survived by her Toldo-
Scomposer husband Teiji
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on her two last visits.
ifh, an understanding of the
iatian people and their folk re-
i6on -which she studied first
il by living in a Croix des
0eso.pns houmfort, laya Der-
isympathy ,was easily detec-
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.::Sun. Her last letter was pu-
.hed.six months ago.'

SWon a Guggenheim

s.Deren Won a Guggen-
bl> ellUowship lor ..creative
in moviess in 1946. In
~i'fe wass awarded \he First
tiohaal Prize at'the 16mm.
InFestivl in Cannes, Fran-
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W0s born in Russia and
eto the United States when
W'wag five.. Her father, a psy-
ahiist, was the director of a
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iset of the'trousers on either
.,nimatched gaps in the front.
i'bne could see right through
i' back.o front. Our guide
'Wias taking us -proudly to
Sa; mechanic' shuffled along
triedid to honk 'back over
.h6 ulder to the girl. tending
t&le .wood fire' in front of the
:ile from which he had

aie ,my breakfast ready
ia.' come back." '
;itr, of laughter arose up
(dawn the street.
i'lthis particular moment I
aed, to be further from Jac-
i"than. ever.' The jeep had
Ie ;'to an 'ignominious stop
as 'beyond Leogane. Efforts
e fprt it had failed, ..Jear.
ide' aldi .Rolland had.- chiek-
i"t.he distributor 'and clean-,
iiJo' spark.:. 'Pretty ,.soprr
htteriy .'had begun. to' tire
i "we were-Lstuck'tbn ra
rodid itlA rkhliTaA- ds
pin ig overheadd and the' lav-.
'ybananaa trees rustling, l4ght-
ilt b' i..t.of wind -arid peasan,
nen; marching stolidly ly in
dqtending stream: in -the !di-
ii'f Leogane -with heads
": donkeys laden heavilyy
[ptems ofainanas; packs of
ng' mats, and i bags and
lits f1i1 of,.all Idrds of ro-
,.a t:: goods', oJfits- way to
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actually found a 'mechanic with
the help of our guide and then
from elsewhere there suddenly.
appeared a pair more of them'
and two.or three of them,toge-
*ther worked simultaneously on
the car while a dozen or so cur-
ious onlookers stuck -their heads
into -the' hood and, delivered vol-
uble. advice in Creole. One of
the mechanics worked, away at
the ignition system while another
took the carburetor apdrt and a
third seemed to be disassembling
and reassembling the distribut-
or. I expected at any moment
to find another taking apart thti
transmission and in .fact shortly
to find the whole car disassembl-
.ed on. the road while 4veryohn
165ked on in pu&aemeaLt.: But it
didn't happeO.-Our die hanics
too-: a. long: timd andhat d rious
points cape :i' with various as-
tonishing hjpqfieses 'such As a
suggestion tat. *we.ehad 'ytie iui
'the 'gas-*-hen. we had already
travelled that far on the same
gasoline. But finally .they focat-
d' the' trouble and fixed it. rt
aS. a faulty wire which .'hori,
circuited" the ignition' sAstm.'
Sdoin 'e were buzzing off''down
the road again. ).
For ine the stop, however, had
given a.chane ,to:make tha ac.
quaintance .of the local inhabit-
ants along I't. ada One-citizen
showed me'; -iis'dove cote which.
berthe4 six .ilovefy big pigeon.
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in open air booths. Another de-
monstrated the method of
preparation of','breadfruit for
b1'eakfast. A'young mrartied wo-
man put a' chair on her porch
so": I could. watch' her working
with her ancient pedal-opeiated
tiger sewing machine making
Igarments for sale in the capital.
She then brought out Haitian
coffee for ,ai] three of us discour-
aged' travellers-and it bright-
ened our morning with its well-
sugared flavor and even more
,wjith':e "aiti.i hospiitality that
*wept .-ith.'ik the. reception var-
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Sunday NOVEMBER 1211961


house for my personal early-
u-,-.-aing people to people prog-
ram. One young:'.ap of about
two and a half years, of age
with shirt but no pants observ-
ed me giving him a once over'
and went screaming down,the'
street in anguish, certain appar-
ently that'that Blancc" i~d gi-
en him the evil eye or the dou-
ble whammy or' something of
the sort. But moistly people were
friendly, courteous,, c u r i o u s
good-natured and helpful.-It was
my first,acquaintance. with Hai-
tiah. peasants and I enjoyed it.
At Carrefour Fauche we turn-
ed abrupfly inland and the, road
began to climb. The sun came
out arid 'was welcome. Maybe
there would be good weather
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;and bumpy but pa lsallc. In fact-
it was, far far hitter than the.,
long 'stretch of road preceding;...
Leogane where dedw puddle ibl- 4'
lowed deep piddle one after an-
other with the water in some
coming up hubcaps and the en-''
tire road submerged for yards.,,
We came to a river bed and'.
made our' first fording of the..
day-one of many.to follow and .K,
a ver modest one at that. Then -
we came up upon another ford.',,
And there stood jeep in front >:
of us, one that had passed us -
when we stood stuck Lfid which .
had stop ed to try to help us,
and then gone on ahead. 'One",'
of its occupants was. a man in- .
a sweatshirt bearing the imprint.
of a school well known to me-,,-.
Wooster College of my native".
Ohio,-He was an English teach-,'
er in Jacmel and he had really,"
gone' to Wooster College. The .
vehicle in which he was riding
had '.a, broken fan belt- the
'worse.ithing ~dne could have on0
..ai. riemte road.. The o6cupantR'-
,ad fixed -,it temporarily with:-:
.ioppr wire about to .start offl
again when ivwearrived. And -so,,
they did-but the fan belt slip-.-;'
;pe8 off 'within a .few hundredS?
tfeet. '. '"
I Wiet on:'aead to take some -.
jpicttI'es -of a group of children,.
in ad fttle three-house settlement :
beside -the road. Their parents
'ad at gone off to market.. The.-,
children' were, nos:.oure at firstt"
whether to run and-'hide or standhd
their' ground and stare, but wi-'
thin a few.minutes they made,'
up "their miid I, wbuld neither.",.
eat or nor'beat them and came,-
'around' to ask .me volble ,ques-
tions. They talked in Creole ,and
I talked in fractured French and.
this did not make for the clos-
est of mutual understanding.'
Nevertheless we were getting:
along swimmingly. I had gotten
the eldest girl, aged maye' 11,
with her younger brother in her '
arms, to explain that the near-.
est school was a long ways -away
and that she couldn't get to it.
I wa~k about-.ready, to found my
own. school for -them on the spot
'when Ity coiipanions bade .me
get. back in. the jeep and pro-
ceed,further, And so we did. The
road-wdund uQ .to.,the little set-
tlement of Gerard where our
companion jeep with the broken
fan belt finally .gave up the
ghost and abandoned the fight,
-and we took aboard dne of its
occupants to go td Jacmel with
us and get there a new fan belt
to return for his two fellows.
Gerard seemed to us a metropol-
is with a little bit of a market
and a red camion standing park-
ed there and a lot of people in
market moods.
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Through 'verdant valleys and
between tall mountains the road
wound. In small cemeteries along
the road there were enormous
white and multicolored tombs,
some of them quite elaborate.
Few places seemed isolated or'
abandoned. Wdman squatted al-
most anywhere In the streams
washing: Women or men walked
along the side of the road car-
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Were cthered here and was the name with which it was
e for -grazing and bleated christened in Creqle, we were
t anguish at the sight of the informed. The jeep dipped down
r. Little Haitian cabins jump- into it. The waters swirled up
tup.at one as the car bumped over the floor boards. The motor
It,:the crooked pillars of their kept going. Jean Claude gave it
Ictes holding up their lilting steady power but not too fast
ifs.' The' smell of wood smoke and the car surged, ahead and
fires cooking Haitian meals up onto the other bank, wet but
Salnmost never out of the air. proud.
4 s a ,well populated country
,aong-and yet their seemed A busy market scene. A doz-
I remain plenty of space that en women washing clothes in the
d'tie used for more actively' stream's edge. A hundred or two
pIultivation, as well as many of women and men stood about
litation plots which could well in a colorful crowd and made
ye been left out of cultivation way for us as we drove into
the sake of soil conservation their midst.
calise of...the steepness of hill-
les. Or so at least one thought "Take me with you," said one
ippng along. : healthy lassie of uncertain years
P )er the divide we approached, to handsome Jean Claude who
6 other river flowing down tc', was still at the wheel.
birds Jacmel. Als6 waters kept
hitting deeper land 'deeper and "You're too. young'; he :retort-
rifter and, swifter, .ford after ed in Creole-and the .market
hdi as we descended. Sqme- erupted iito unseemly mirth.
Ves the road seemed to go Onrand bn. 'Bump after bump.
wn the middle the i the 'river Ford and after ford-deep and
r:aa hundred feet or so. Some- swift., Not a road for people
nes one could hardly "find i -th weak hearts or feat of, wa-
: all. We 'watched big CaffioAns ter. The &'oad went down and
pping and splashing through down. There came- a region of
je-floods towards usi We envied cabyons in.whicth the river flow-
em their :higher clearance ed .amidst tremendouss. boulders
at:.we had Touriwheel drive. .fa below 'and enormously high
iFhially we, carme.'tot-te Ibestr cliff towe ed above the rapid
d, of all. ''Wet. your behind' stream. Scenery galore!
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town we paid our two gourds ad-
mittance fee-something to do
with road maintenance which
the road certainly needed. We


gave our names to the police for
their solemn registration. And
we were in Jacmel. We could
not believe it.
The Alexandra Hotel is a quite
fantastic/ hostelry. from the car-
ved mahogany servant boy at
the bottom of the tall staircase
who is so true to life that one
involuntarily says hello to hint
on entering even after one has
found he is made of wood, right
on up to the airy high-flung can-
opied balcony on the top floor
which looks out over the red
roofs and the charming large
homes with cast iron balconies
in the lower part of the city and
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lawn which lies eighty oP a hun- who had registered there, most-
dred feet below the balcony, the ly for one-night visits, in' the
Alexandra Hotel bears the'mark four months from July 1 on. And
of the past glory and prosperity this figure included the three of
of the town of Jacmel, enshrin- us. At any rate I am glad fhat .
ed in this carefully cared fot it does continue. The world -,
public monumerit. Mime Large and Haiti- will have lost some- ..,.
meets the guests with hospitality thing if it ever closes.
and interest. There is a servant I
and waiter who richly deserves After the three of us dusty and
by his bearing and comportment weary, travellers had washed up
to be cast in Hollywood films as a bit and consumed a hefty
the standard type for ancient lunch of pork chops and French- ,:
and dignified family retainers in fried potatoes which Mine. Lar- ,
bepillared, luxurious antebellum ge and her assistants rustled up
Southern mansions. At the Alex- for us on short notice we decid-
andra one leaves for the time ed to set out to see the famous
being the year 1961 and returns Jacmel beach; -Raymorid-Les-
to the turn of the century when Bains. This was one of th vi
Jacmel was having better days. things we had come to visit and
,How the hotel manages -to con- we were determined to get there .'-
tinue operation is a mystery even though the skies were .,
which:perhals someone else can .
explain better than can I. At (Continued on page 10)' .,t;e.

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Jacmel Joy


(Continued from page 9)
threatening. The jeep jerked
ahead through the little twon
which was obviously poor and
Equally obviously clean and well-
icared for despite its poverty.
...The Jacmel citizenry inspected
i.is with interest and the donkeys
;'lurched out of our swirling way.
:.The road was a study in red
Sdirt and stone-rhardly a highway
,::of distinction and certainly one
which -caused just -that much
&.Amore wear and tear on our poor
i: 'utomobile. But it was passable.
W:.Was it five miles or ten outside-
I'the town that *e finally found
the beach-palm trees growing
,. there with their bottoms painted
d white, a little park in the pro-
l.cess of constriction with some
park benches delivered right
there in front of'our eyes, and
a pair or so' of boxy wooden
ibotbs there for those too mod-
est to change- as we did- in
the open air on the' beach itself.
I suppose that I was disappoint-
.ed in the beach even, though
I..Jacmel residents, as I realize,
ire so terribly, proud of it: In
a way it was not 'air to. judge
It on a cloudy day. But I' could
|not forget what a distance front
Iftown it' was and over what a
iJaid-.road'one 'had to travel from
.Jacmel itself to ,get to it. And
I could 'not help but notice that
there were a lot of stones and
ebbles .left on the beach all
alog it which are exceedingly
comfortable on the feet. And
". could not help but compare it
-to its obvious disadvantage--
%vith the well-kept Doctor's Cave
!BeaEh at Montego Bay which I
rd seen only a week before. In
generall I would say that Haiti
rbuld learn a lot from energetic
Rj.amaica about protection and
Development of national beach
resources.

$'So ire had our swim and drove
iack to town. As we wound our
v'way into the city (two gourds
gain) the rain began to fall.
Oir inspection of Jacmel's civ-
Ai. resources was therefore car-
'ried out mostly from, inside the
djeep with the rain pounding on
he canvas above us and the
light gradually dimming as day
eame toward its end. We went
,down the waterfront and I look-
ed in vain there to find the ima-
,giriary Jacmel which Duffaut had
painted in that painting hanging
von my wall in New York. There
were none of the plentiful yel-
low warehouses -which he had


depicted in a long row along a
shoreline boulevard.- And there
was no boulevard either. Jac-
mel's waterfront, which is long
and attractive and which might
conceivably with work, invest-
ment and energy be transform-
ed into a beachfront of beauty
and distinction is entirely un-
derdeveloped. A hundred feet or
so back from where the waves
roll up on the dirt and grass
wateredge tall palm trees grow
gracefully. Perhaps some day
this will be changed-and when
it is Jacmel could become one
of the beautiful waterfront ci-
ties pf the world. I :hope it will.
It is a picturesque and lovely
little town'and it deserves bet-
ter.

The rain had begun to pour
in unending- beating torrents
when we returned' to the hotel.
As we sat out- on the balcony
waiting for dinner at seven my
two companions,' particul a r y
Rolland, began 'to show signs of
.frank nervousness. Rolland had
just started a new job the week
before and It was important, .of
course, that he should report on
time for work on Monday mor-
ning. This was only Saturday
night and we had all day Sunday
to get, back to Port au Prince.
But with the streams of rain
falling with no let up outside in
the dark we all had pictures of
that river we. had crossed sev-
eral score times, a river which
was small but torrential, a river
wilich 'was just about as deep
already as ,our jeep could take.
We could see it in our mind's
eye becoming a raging flood not
only impassable but dangerous.
We could see ourselves isolated
in Jacmel for a week with no
way to get back to Port au
Prince except perhaps, if we
were lucky, by airplane, three
times a week, Saturday, Mon-
day, Thursday, was it? Landing
,on a long grassy cow horse and
goat populated landing strip not
far out of town.) Rolland started
pacing up and down anxiously
and querying the aged servant
about the vagaries of Jacmel
transportation. He assured us
that all would be well so long
as we could not hear the river
roaring back in the hills. So
from then on we kept our ears
attuned for the river's roaring
and our rich imaginations more
than once provided for our edgy
nerves a pretty good imitation
of that roar.


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Supper was a delicious red.
snapper and everything that
should go with it. And very
shortly after supper, since Jac-
mel nightlife that Saturday night
was clearly somewhat damp, we
all went to bed, praying for the
rain to stop.
And it did stop. Next morning
when we awakened the sun was
up. Breakfast at seven and off
we went at 7:15. The journey
back was uneventful. It was
tough'going but we already knew


the way. The river was up a
little from the night's rains-
but not enough to stop us. No
till we got beyond Leogane not
-far from Port au Prince did we
get stalled when the distributor
got wet in one of the big pud-
dles there. But we cleared that
up and were at home by noon.
Rolland and Jean Claude and I
were delighted to have made it.
And after we had returned home
we were glad that we had made
the trip. We had all three of us
seen a city which we had heard
much and which we had, never
seen before. We had crossed riv-
ers and streams 75 times each
way-not to mention countless


mud puddles. We felt like ex-,
plorers. :
"If you really have soritene
you dislike," remarked Jean
Claude, "send him off on the
drive to Jacmel."

Well, it isn't quite 'that bid,
of course. But shall I say that
there is a lot of work to be done
on the Port au Prince to Jacmel
road-and on other things as
well-before Jacmel takes its
rightful place, which someday
it should occupy, as one 'of the .
better known tourist centers of'
Haiti and the Caribbean?

But I got to Jacmel.


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ie latest, and closest to the rard has covered the entrance
bch operation -is at Ma- road and the entire grounds with
*j th 'genial host and-host- a springly, deep mat of wood
.apnd Mrs Gerard Pierre- shavings from the, Chandelle
lis,!.mknown'as Shoal Sands tree, which scents jhe area with
hh nd.:Motel. its intriguing aroma.
qis5 an ideal spot now for a Admission for the beach is
lng Sunday for local resi- $1. which entitles you to a wel-
;, particularly families, and core drink and use of facilities.
future potential for our tou- Food is served upon request,
but no picnic lunches are per-
Smitted. Rum and Coconut Water
'bre is a wide expanse of is the order of the day, and
frontn, with' sandy-bottom that's a srart move. It should
Ing in clear waters. The pro- become very popular with tour-
.y consists of a bathhouse is'ts, but is rarely served at ho
.* the entrance, two cottages tels or bars. The beach is. dot
overnight or longer stays, ted with umbrella-covered tab
,.en-salohbar area, where les and comfortable chairs.
*.s are served in.the air conl Now is the time to visit Shoal
'med bar, or outside on the Sands, before the crowd gets
y, weather permitting. Ge- wise.
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Sweepstakes Race
A Dead Heat
For the first time in many a
year the Cambridgeshire race
in England, on which is based
the Republic of Haiti Sweeps,
ended in a tie. between horses
named Henry VII and Violetta
m; with Miss Biffin next.
This necessitated splitting the
first two prizes, of $10,000 and
$2,000. into $6,000 each. The first
two winners were Ben Scott of
Massachusetts, and Henry Ab-
rahamson of California. Robert
Ulhorn of Minnesota won third
place of $1,000.
Two Haitian ticket holders
won $75 and $10 respectively.
Kenscoff Retreats
For Students and Sisters
Father Georges former Minis-
ter of Education, has completed
the dormitory for University
students in Kenscoff overlook-
ing the Village.
In the Village, the Episcopal-
ian Ch'urch has, purchased a
house which they will turn into
a cool mountain. retreat for their
Sisters.

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IN HAITI THIS WEEK
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"-'Are current guests at the lbo-Lele Hotel a party of 70 tourists
of the Rock-Ola, manufacturers of Jew box from all over the
:,U.S, They are'beaded here by Mr Albert C. Elworthy, Tour Direc-
Stor of the Happiness Tours in Chicago. These visitors were greeted
by Andy Andersen of the Southerland Tours. They are staying
:..three days at the Ibo-Lele Hotel. A series of parties were given
;in their honor. They were presented with souvenirs at the Airport
'by Dr Carl Mevs of the Gift Fair Shop.
Are cunrently staying at the Oloffson Mr Carl Dilcer, of the In-
.'dustrial Engineering Department of Eastman Kodak in Rochester
is visiting here with wife Dorothy... Peter E. Wilson, j New York
Times representative is also visiting this week... So are Dr Edward
D. Rapp, a Hospital AdIministrator at Collegeville, Pa and wife
i ,.Ethel... Mr Curtis W. Thomas and wife Marian from New Jersey.
'***Dr Henry K. (Sonny) Miller and charming wife Katherine
are back. They arrived by the Delta Flight Sunday. Sonny is a
prominent obstetrician and gynecologist from Baton Rouge, Loui-
:.siana. Like a migrant bird he has' come here every year since the
foundation of the Schweitzer Hospital in Deschapelles, .St Marc,
IHaiti to atterid the Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of
the Grant. Foundation which sponsored the construction of the
i .hospital. Every ote of his trip .here is an opportunity to study and
t knderstand the Haiti' medical problems and help the, people of the
IZsland. Sonny and Kathy spent two days in Deschapelles and are
.-.currenily staying at the Grand Hotel Oloffson.
i*'I"Writer Sheelah O'Malley Burns is back from Africa to visit
hter .:'other, Mrs Kennedy in her "Chateau" in Diqumfi. Sheelah
1is.hthc author of the celebrated novel GINGO TREE. She just spent
r!ia fev months with her husband, UN tree-man'.Vinton Burns, Dir-

,ector af FAO anad Forestry in Africa.


.'. Misses Patricia lo:ncs Knight,
Carmnen Louisa Quinones andi
Marion Marie Gray Whiteman
three "charmantes congeneres'
from New York stopped here
this-week for a four day visit at
the Hotel Ibo-Lele. These tllhree
ladies are with the Civil Serv-
ice of the Police Department o'
New York City. They are en-
tranced with Haiti.

'*Archeologist Kurt A. Fisher,
Owner of Corner Chop and Fi-
sher's sailed back here Wednes
day with wife Ghislaine. The
Fishers left, Port au Prince on
September 7 for a two month
trip to Europe and Near East.
They visited .Portugal, Spain.
Cannes, Italy, Israel, Turky.
Austria and France, and stopped
in New York and Miami on their
way back.

In Lisbon, Kurt, a member of
the World Committee of Scout-
ism attended the -Annual Meet-
ing of this organization where
he delivered a message sent by
President Duvalier. Fisher sup-
ported the election of a Niger-
ian to the World Committee. In
Spain he was amazed to see
how thriving was the tourist in-
dustry with the French, Ger-'
man. English flocking to this
Country.


.. In Cannes where he attended
Sthe ASTA Convention as a Pu-
FRI blic Relations of the Magic Is-
land Tours he got together with
Pierre Chauvet, Director of
Agence Citadelle and Elias A.
R o p Noustas President of La Belle
SCreole to sell Haiti as well as
flP B G they could. Mr Noustas took
i along with him in his trip to
Cannes, Mr Herman Desir, a
wellknown Haitian figure in the
tourist industry. 'Fisher's tour
around the other countries gave
:::. him the opportunity of observing
: the fantastic effort made by them
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daughter Claudette warmly greeted here upan their return from, a-:
three month trip to Europe and the Near East.
Victor is seen in the picture with brother Janil surrounded h3y's
'laudette (left) and wife Olga and grand daughter Nelly Ann'n
Khoury.
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SDelie, Director-General of the Interamerican Bank of Deve-
p returned here this week from Washington... Joe Etienne
.ceived a diploma from the High School of Art and Design for
irofegsiotal coaching during his recent visit to New York. The
Syelfknbwn tennis' champ worked for his- diploma under one of
I Imerica's best-Ell Epstein... HAMPCO (Murchison's Meat Pack-
jig Plapt) is Laking thrice weekly shipments of meat to Puerto
gico by chartered plane... In case anyone is looking for Edith
:piand he} new address is A. L. Konno, 143 Honmura-cho, Azabu,
alhato-ku, Toldo Japan... Mr Guy Huntrod, a senior official of the
3ank. O -Fngland., arrived here Wednesday on a fact finding trip
through the Indies... Popular Watterson Lowe cruise lecturer aboai
the B1a Atlantic sent word this week that his vessel is due here
November 18th arriving at 10 am,and sailing the next day at 3 a-n
1Fib first cruise of the season for the American Export Lines iA
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MEI~1 STIER BEAUBRUN HONORAT DIES

6Mi-Str -Beaubrun Honorat, Lionel Honorat, Mr and Mrs Ri-
a w i' left her mark in pert Honorat, Mr and Mrs Pierre
'the Ald of. education passed Gousse, Mr and Mrs V. N. Cons-
Awa Wednesday. tant, Mr and Mrs Jean-Jacquas
S r Serice for the deceas- Honorat, Mr and Mrs Chrysosto-
-ed t heldd Thursday afternoon me Beaubrun, Mr and Mrs Mi-
lat .te Coeur Church in chel $)evieux, Mr and Mrs Loum
,by a multitude bparun..Compagney ,j ei.. Dale
t f ds and family y cudir fledouville,. Mt and Mrk


SCondoleance to the fine Lady's
husband Minister and ex-Judge
i'eorges Honorat, to her children
our friends Mr and Mrs Lamar-
tiniere Honorat, Mr and Mrs
.


mvare Drounaua, Mvr ana Jvrs
Racine Hedouville, Mr and Mrs
Michel Honorat and Misses Lau-
rette and Andrea Honorat and
all other parents and allies af-
fected by morning.


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Tourist Onrus


By HAROLD J. LIDIN
Fidel. Cast o no longer is. scar-
ing ..to-rists ia ay from Puerto
Rico, and the effect of the' re-
cent recession will not have any
noticeable adverse effect on the
flood of tourists expected here
this winter.
This was the word yesterday
from Tourism director Roberto
Bouret.

Both jhese developments point
to a travel season that may
push the total number of tour-
ists well over the figure of 385,-
000 recorded last year, Bouret
forecast.
But unforeseen events, like last
year's crippling airline strike,
could spoil this optimistic out-
lIok, be said.
*" Bouret looks for the winter
season to get under way about
ic. 15, reaching a "small peak"
few days before Christmas.
Stme falling off will be noticed
yer the holidays, but soon after
iev New Year, the tourist flow
should again surge upward,*rea-
ching a climax in a period of

BANK OF ENGLAND
OFFICIAL CALLS
'Mr Guy Huntrods of the 3ank
of .England on a visit to the
West Indies called here this week
and had conversations with the
National Bank of Haiti.
,Mr Huntrods who is the offi-
cial of the Bank of England con-
cerned with Latin America has
represented his country at two
CEPAL meetings. He attended
the Panama (1959) and -Chile
11961) meetings of the Region-
q1 Economic Commission of the
united Nations.
Mr Roper of the ,British Em-
bassy assisted Mr Huntrods dur-
ig his three day visit here.


Fans Ijirge Visit Of
j Hungartan Footballers
Football fns are urging the
Football Federation to invite the
famous Hungarian Football team
.'Le Honved" to come to Haiti
during their Latin American
tour .that .is scheduled for early
January 1962.
The Honved soccer team is
planning an extensive tour of the
Americas to be in trim for the
World Football championship to


,be held in Chile later in the .::':
Pear, a. .


-A HAITI



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sh In Puerto Rico May Top Record
Set Lat SeaStudes of the year before re-
veal that only 54 per cent of vi-
several weeks that begins Feb. sitors to Puerto Rico were in
15. this same bracket.
Moreover, the typical winter In late December the $2,500,000
visitor belongs to the higher in- El Convento hotel, situated on
come bracket, and was not af- Cristo St. in old San Juan, will
fected by the recession to the open for limited occupancy.
point of cancelling a winter va- However the formal inauguration
cation here, Bouret noted, of the 107-room hotel is not sche-
According to a Fomento statis- duled until Jan. 12.
tical study, made public recent-
ly, 60 per cent of the non-resid- The hotel, formerly a 17th cen-
ent hotel visitors here in fiscal tury Carmelite cbnvent, is the *.i
1961 were in the $10,000-a-year- property of the Woolnor Corp., .,
plus category. headed locally by Rafael Beni- .:
tez Carle, president. Manager of
As of last June 1, a total of El Convento is Adolph A. Stut-
3,734 rooms' wlre available here.
3,734 rooms wre available here. zer, formerly connected with the :-:
This figure included 2,359 rooms old Ritz Hotel and the Ritz Carl-' .
in tourist hotels, and 379 in guest ton Hotel in New York City .
houses. A third pre-Christmas. hotel ,;
Hotel space will be expanded opening includes inauguration of l.
before Christmas with the open- the $500,000 Copa Marina Beach .
ing of'the 132-room Hotel Pierre Hotel at Playa Cana Gorda near ;
in the Condado, which opens Guanica on the south coast.
Dec. 1. Facilities in the new
hotel, a $2 million; seven-story The one-story cabana style hos-
project on De Diego Ave., in- telry will have 24 rooms and ;
elude a part of the' next-door will be operated by Angel V.
Swiss Chalet Restaurant. Morciglio.


LES STUDIOS DE DANSE
BACOULOU :.

STARTING OCTOBER 1st, 1961

Modern Theatrical Dance ...- .... Boland Wingfield
Haitian Dance -... ..... .. *****Loulnes Loaunis:
Drumming ...-- ...- ..- ..... -. Louis Celestin
Social Dance ...... .... ... .. Gerard DorsinvUil .
S Paulette Casseus '
SCHEDULE: /
Beginners Modrn Theatrical Dance Monday 5 6 p.m.
Thursday 5 6'p.m.
'Saturday 10 11 a.m.
Advanced Modern Theatrical Dance 'Monday 2 3 p.m.
Thursday 2 3 p.m.
Beginners Haitian Dance Monday 3 4 p.m. -/
Drumming Monday 2 3 p.m.
Thursday 2 3 p.m.
Saturday 9 10'p.m.
Social Dance (Meringue) .Wednesday 9:30 p.m.
Special drumming" classes for children and Moder Dance for.
youngsters.
Visitors may enroll for individual classes.
For the classes fees, scholarships, special arrangements for pro- .
fessional dancers and visitors inquire daily in the afternoon a the
HOTEL MAJESTIC Petionville Park, or write to
ODETTE WIENER, .
P.O.B. 991, Port au Prince, HAITI.







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Sunday NOfmmBEm 12


First Ocea o in


SCraft Nearing C


I.n .the next year or two, Ame-, One such craft, a massive 104-
cans living along major rivers, foot (31.69 meters), 72.57-metric'
r* other major bodies of water ton hydrdfoil'to be christened the
; the. United States' may rub "Denison" is being built for the
eir eyes at a seemingly im- U.S. Government in' a research'
ssihle sight. For the first time, and development program., that


tons displace
able of car
33.56 metric
fuel -'combir
19,(00 shaft
bine power
le of speeds
or about 70
Tehe conce
ported on h
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llI-Be'"~sa ship skimming'' may .have -wide implication for:
g'at~ sfi 60 to 70 miles (9615 khe future, both in domestic wa-,
[12.6:: kdnleters) an hour with- terms and off-shore travel.
'.hull' cniapetily out of the' The-fiist -hydrofoil-caft-to be
.' designed' specifically as an Oc-
'- 'an. if w.q 1 'ql th T /R( .-


ich .craft exist today ,. d
ire. are on the way. They are
ofoil boats which skim the
ti; on skis. Raising.,the entire
-.1out of' water eliminates
"h'oF the resistance bncount-I
d n'&y conventional ships, per-
'dI relatively high speeds.


ean-gongu' vscaJse e.. N iy-
dofoil -Ship) Denison should be,
ready to take the water for tests
.late ip 1961. -
Constructed of aluminum al-
loy, this'craft will haie a 21.5
foot (6.55 meters) beani, 6.5foot
(L98 meters) draft, 72,57 metric


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:JOHNNIE WALKER
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SDISTIJrUTOR PREJCTZMAN-AGGERHOLM


L.V. HAITI TRADER
H. V. HAITI MERCHANT,


LOADiyG 'AND NLOAMN6
'.
ERIE HAITI AND *-F9ElDA) -
efrth ighutly aiflingsl the ,
miami--Port au Prince-Mama.l
IAMI 'ADDRESS:
Telephone: Highland 81767
*iEranklin 9-7 28


SNoIJIctE


.ounMg man speaking .perfect
French is willing, for better
training In 'Englith' conversation,
to cftact a 'BritiB or American
citizen who is 'interested In Im-
proving his knowledge of Fren&h.
For more details, please apply
"Hl(tI SUN" offices ill' work-
ing days from 8 'to -12a.mo. or
call.


JOSPH NAL Lno.
Arnnfs.


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". fit 'e:-f altitude y- oiA miI7 e n .
from the hear- o -PonT-AU-PRINdE..

- The-.mo0 exquisite ievs ,oerlook;ng iled
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SDeliious donnertldl dute anl.pe .'
SerQide ...

i Personaied aitetioin to e.ery e. .e

S. ,wimmnP1in ot. hilk Lnad0on Lounge
ana Bav PanoramaTerrade
S Air-dobndj;oned de-iuxe rooms .





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FRIoAy : dalr Dinner-Dande Tr"om7:3oP.m to
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MON VIMEW: Nik on
.." ANNWEDNESDAY NIGHT MEANS:
I" RM'IriEX C)MER WITH' QUALITY
N KKOIP 0om mFi.5 LENS. OFFERED BACOULOU CABAaEW-THE~TRE.-
.onrs -...ENB,- ,* IN PETONILE .
S Home of the
T MEDIUM PRICE I^_, -.
.-*\ _;f ^ .. ;. -_Exciting
i korer X CAMERA! opica
TROUPE DE DIANSE "4
eW A BACOULOU D'HAITI
ew At LITTLE EUROPE in a new repertoire
Complimentary Meringue Lesson at 9:30 p.m.
THE HOME OF EXQUISITE GIFTS.


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has designed many commercial-
y. E successful vessels thathspclo
Syd of o11 -operat e-urea w -
To .date, .however, the nearly'
6etion -completed H. S. Denison is the;
first -such. craft .designed -for'
oea~go~g g pe4i It is ,
ement land .be cap- Alexander Graham Bell- of thd 'believeha!'1'~ ; t 'btilt
Tying a payload of Uriited States, inventor of tht and'may' ofir elW breuimer
t tons of cargo and telephone, -built a hydrofoil cap- to a new area in transportation
ned. It will use a able of travelling 60 Miles (96.5 for that portion of the populace:
horsepower gas tur- meters) per hour. The Supra- for whom the nation's- Niatert-
plant and be capab-' mar Company in Switzerland,' ways 'serve as auxiliary flgh
up to some 60 Knots headed by Baron Vorr Sahertll, ways. .
miles per hour.i .. -
pt of a vessel sup- Caribbean Construction Co. S A. i
ydrofoils is not new. -B "
eaMyl as -1898, an Ita- Btuilders Of,The Military Cit *
) Torianini, firstt de- OGen. Maliage: era:rd T-HL EADl
. principle. In 1918 Phone: 3955. P. O. BO.. 284

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YI NOVEMJfr& 12'1961 A IXT I SUN9" lAGE

.. tn Haiti Ths W sitig with wile Sofia and chil- holder of the HASCO is.'
S*S. nf, dren Eduardo i7, Raull6, and with wife Emma Paulined.. i
L L fC I 1 Carlos '13. They wefe met at the ses Barbara Schoeifeldt ..'
S* ... **The Anson Music Center has airport by Mr Brea and. are Patricia Hosler, two reseryatid
S sa ati is giving, a lot of Haitin headaches. 'Las the est collection o guests "at the SalvadOr Hotel... sales Agents for' Eastern Air
heard of was Vic Greger who has been making daily res reor. 'to Shop Bert Leavitt, an Insurance Bro- lines in Miami spent a fewd,
heard of s Vic eger who has been making daly reser- located on Rue Payee opposite ker from Las Vegas-and wife here this week. They loved 'il
eas which he can't use at the last minute. He fluffed it again Pharmacie Castera is a delight. Emma Joyce are enjoying a 3-
STuesday. --I liear that a contract has actually been signed ***Mrs Ann Valentine, winner of day visit here... So are Misses
d t.ie, miuch eeded .ne wwharf? --Tlose little loaves of the Quiz Programme called Ca- Constance Ferrara and Ernest- Mr Alfred Rodmear, a lawy"
ch bregd at Au Linoln are the best in town. -Mme Dere- mouflage, is visiting Haiti wit, ine Ferrara twb sisters from from Newark, New, Jerse
urt on the PetionvilleRoad has/the best window dresser in husband Le Roy, as a Prize. Mr Bookln... Amrican industrial- e Ann are delighted
tio.* Le Roy Valentine is a teacher ist John F. P. Clark, a stock their visit here. "
*nu.Wonder who it is? -tThe glass transom over the door of of Sociology' in a High. School vt here
ax Roy's office is a relic of' the Esposition days. It reads: in New Jersey. Mrs Ann Valen- ..
tafd No. 11. It was probably the Puerto Rican Pavillion location, tine is the second person in a
Anote'note to drivers: When drunk, don't park. Accidents year who won this Prize and u
ake people. -Andre Sassine was on board the Franca C.to greet chosen Hati. They are guests THROU HOUT HE OR D
at the El Rancho.
ayor Oka ;of 'Miami' as- the .representative of Agerce Citadelle. at te E
poo iidck Forgham and hewly arrived Jim Stuart of Coca 'Cola
Sd the blues on Tuesday evening following that'so unfortunate '*Lawyer Stuart W. Robinson.,
cidet,with a Brasserie truck. -One other head that was aching Jr. and pretty Swiss wife Mar- ,h' .:
ast e'ek' was' i Geo Deslandes'. He got word that a '6i Opel garetta are currently visiting "'
X .:-. .^ ..: g u e s ts a t- ,e E x -
fritwn fatt vas. left'ini 'CT. :(doors 'and fiindows open):.. There They ar guests at e Ex-
l raed- t. c.elsior Hotel... Miss Louise, R."
tb n a-way Reich a blonde Secretary from
"-C"nen Schaecdl is liecoming quite' popular as :a children's St Louis, Mo stopped here this
port it'painter. She's also doing some nice things in the surreal-. ,week.
.is eld. Her .ix are frzifed at Galerie Brochbrtt if you wat .
oi, e bt.c o. z p, the "u e. .owner' on t, ***Edward White President of
timost .;..derp butchet .khop.,- ".Au Boeui jCouonne"; on the Nthe National Telepix in New
A" de Mars near Oso Blano. Odd, it was a' bdrikgez Who York 'Producers of short real ,. ..
S-Blaco, but they te sme y. -The DuTaly pictures in "all-languages' such
SMarce lat Carrfjouris o pemand operating. Nice looking as the "Gomedy' Capers" 'spent .
4nd, aOd'a & spot to by .seafood. -he2 Marine Corps' :a few days here after a.visit in
,; .. .....ii ~ b ., P ueH 6 R ico to show ht prod dti
e. Srpeasal oft the cerm nY fo. Friday 'night's ':big birthday. P t o :t s ow.p. ...d
'Wee:y at i da.e, n.ih t a. b ir. d i tons at the WAQ ,channel 2. He L a e IS Y
"took .place Wednesday;at 'abane Choucoune ith a smll plans to make 'arrangements 9I I Lel" -
k'tedaudience. ---Lodk out.for that cherry red Austin:Heajy with Mike 'Rosenbrg.' to show IS YOOR
R i w hiwch" Dan Savoy expects, to arrive before the end 'of the the. te at .the Tele&Haiti. ..PL
io ft. .It's 'the first year for thip sports model and' from 'the ad' PASSPORT TO PLEAS RE
; "0'r S 'pt. ,e ''of Pl'ay-oy 'it's a'' .w g
Sept. issue of Playboy, it's a wow! -Speaking-f ars, one Thomas Spzos, owner-of A famous name to remember, whereverr you.are.
i;. liere is ehdrging $5 for a windshield wiper' which can bt s. Restaurant of West Or-., i eveygolden tropyou ense th gloriuaBie _5 i
upi ed anywhre.'else Jor '1.S50.' h'Ii claim~ it's better, because ange, 'New Jersey and his 18- ns ofp .tile.tmal.ted bareyte faitint ~ qeng '-
d. .'New. .sey a. -. his, 18. fBifgrancebeo peat~fye, 9;that delioatoa-vours e'-
: p i nade Enlad. paintt so.''-Jack Lindsay was in town last yeaxold wife Patricia are 'on- rane o peate, nd that delicataeavour
,.- rare qualities, th esel
.-c'for 'a slhrt!''est He's the' proud papa of a brand nelv daughit- eymo6mng beie. They got mar-
dAnn Odette(for OdeteWiener). All three plato return ied on Novernber5' and arrived
". ..'ld stay.. a onI e. as a i-room 'apartient for rent e o e M ,- "
'ole of bacbelbrs, contact Mr Smith 'at Caribbean Mills. accountant for.. the 'Cartan Tra-
.-a.,j Joe:TroUplqt. Ti: f o. arpd; pianist .Lmy all took .Vel 'Bdreau in Chicago stopped DEWAR'S SC(pCH IKIS '
week forthe Perhoir in Canada, with a 2-day engagement here this "week... Mr Gaines. W
,' tltieway.-Cazada, pr at SRast Montreal, is'a-blooMn with Walter Seaman, Vice President
S -I:hiteries~o .:i f L. I. Isacks -Lumbe Co Inc. N VER VARIE
nteries.. ody..-Late, late news is -hat Ed, Mar- of T N .
.._ "e. :ot. 1. I,Exporters of, 'Sbtithiern 'Fine .
Vatwas ethe bI athswho tok o;ff on a' ay ticket Hardwoods in New Orleans, --.a.
Ir -: r Diz. 1 says Bread is R To'a -John was greeted 'here. by Mr Roude P. O. Box 17 Port au Prince, 'Hait
Srook'.,book.,ack. aje~ty, says in the foreword, "Christo- and Andy Khawly.. Senor Ed- '
.t ispftern the f'i got.g men, has been remembered u o Montoulieu, a Cuban ar- 48& Re u Maai de I'tat Phone 321
&Ecifyby his enTie. &T : cruel and #silly tales they told of Plhitect wiont h CoSan tee fis Age .btri. .: ,,,
CPlaomi"cationeof Sn Jn is i
h 'ttt M.; an.'dr be fChristophe is still laughing. It's i Age tor .. .
.true, today. --T pri : inig contests around town 3re ''" _"
.lou'ts Evqrybodyi .6L'-.tB& act. One business chief says they're .
a of the tims: When is are bitd the contests are a tshot-
Sar.m to blsiiAtes.. --Funniest .so pping list I ever heard was
'eo mnx dto f 'lmemory-,. tl Choucdune. br the o ter
r.bWt.~.".glgumerppe ,; a .nd at-traps. I think it was John
,who .was hfe ad miumbling it over and over. --Next Friday
tat -the Montana iSromises to be tres gay... it's Michelle Se-
t .frewll~party. Sh'e's retiring, and a lot of future tourists
4 know what they're missing. The same night a group of 13
travel agents on a. U.S.,' Canada 'and Caribbean tour, will
sts, at that. hostellerie-:.-

RIGHT MAN IN RIGHT PLACE
(Continued from pzge 5)
Moscosso will bring these 'policies, his imagin-
but 'ith his tight administrative control, to his
.But if we had a word of advice for Ted Mos-
we ,would suggest that he ,tra;B sue tihe ear of ,j to
unoz-Marih. Perhaps tie Mogosso appoint- '"
is :'the best President Kennedy has made to date.
R' .'uch as this heading the AllialAce for' Frog- Halti's "Gingerbrekd Palae"' and famed hostolery --the Grand Hotel. Oloffson, show place ,.
Latfi America mbans much to Haiti. and its BUitiahnarebitecture, exquisite eauline'and cooatnted living. Set amongst Am. l V tlopial .:
St. -: e ent. / rd Vpre w Oth o 0 qmnu plete with l*, a Ure pool, si te haven e .
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