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S PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI Avenue
Marie-Jeanne GITE DUMARSAIS ESTIME Phone 2061 -- Vol XX Sunday November ?6th, 1961 -
A:'. '"-" "' "- tCef of Staff, decor
S>adle jt :A
t- ... ve
ers and .sold-
diby His E-x
In preparation for the coming
Pan American Festival, at leasl
a part of Port au' Prince is Iak
ing on a new aspect. Workrfnen,
like ants, are busy scuttling
here and there., tearing down,
putting -up, wielding paint brush-
Ses and shovels, hammers anI
saws;.....The Exposition Orounds
t t1ntion. s 'erred -
iave come. in -for particuar- it-
,Some inonths back'. fencrig off
aes len.. C#n;'f ,NEWBEGIN HAS
-f -t- e ole IN WASHINGTON'
a' E:2..- "The New York Times of.Thurs-
day November 23rd has an As,
hlit S Bal sociated Press-.sto'" saying that
0 a Souci Ambassador Robert .Newbegin
%%ill be .ti'anSferred .to Washing
,, to6 from his post. in Haiti., The
Ambassador had- been in Ra-lai
rt The some -15-.or 16 months and- was
U i Cace'-beginning to know people.. and
ist Cancer the country and its problems':
IThe.hwolercomnunity will wish
[fe *Ambassador:. And his well
the 'White s e .
fs all. be held at n
the grass plots begai), and the have been erected ind
I plots show a real improvement, settings. The' paintings
- In. the island along the boule- artist Wah,, and t~eir.
1 vard, laurel and other plants, carved cement frames.andl
' set out some time ago, are *in ing -are by Roger Sai6h:.b.
, healthy bloom. Building fronts The, small park ahong .the
- have ..been refurbished and re- erfront is. nearing -com
decorated.-Two large paintings (Contiiue6 onpa
Swiss Industrial Engineer To Help frep
Development Program For Haiti
9'. ,. -. -.,**
An industrial engineer frorn' be expected to set ip 'pri'
Switzerland arrived in Haiti last for the selection Qf ,irdi
week. uuder a. United Nations enterprises, assist in tiep.:
technical assistance assignment ration of industrial proj'pil
to help the government in stu- advise in tfhe establishment
diningg the possibility of utilizing organization' nof such entlr"
the country's natural resources --For, the past:. year, .'Mr
to promote industrial develop- chedler has held- (tie posti
ment. (Continbed on-a;:R
He is, Andre Ernest Binds, -
chedler, of Zurich, Switzerland, ; t
who will serve'in Haiti for one'
year. .He has been' requested .to
prepare an industrial develop-
ment program for .the counlr,-
taking into consideration econo-.
mi- a other pEnhii'.t 4i-. n di-
t'iols. In' this .connection; he will.
6t- eof ntaf rh Al aas Soeui on Deceinter
Qf Or.e;e. ''- New Latin A eican'
.. 'a pMed oMmtarfae the "great
a salnes; Ma- event" of' the l mas Season. De elopmen Programmes
.rFi .Commader Yrticket ,ientitle you -o D discuss d N Y Conur.n
location, Capt- o takee partmi ed awi By U Sant.iago
iu "-re. Comrhan'- most Vwondepful door. prizes, suc '
etioi -District, Chris aTelevisionetTi. wo Radiq -,Jean,-B. Richardot, Unitel Na .or of UN Special FLIII, -who
t"tidan ~ -iie di, .Circulation Sen'- Sets One Adlerette Sewing Ma- tion.Teebnical Assistaoce Repre- came from UN Headquarters in
v.ice et, ..Luc 'Pierre-Lpuis of ,hmne... sentative in Haiti, returned en, New. York for the- meeting, and
".PresidernihT'Guatd, Lt. Jean 'Nov.mber 11th trom- Santiago. '(Continued on page 15)
!-Werleigh of- Heallh Service, F. Bu- ,your, ti. early. Tlid Chi le where he attended a. con-
q'iH, Sub-Lieuitehrant Auguste. are dn-sateit and their nim ference of.UN Resrlent Repre- Ni-IA
%.ionestin of' Presidential Gutard, beris lited.', sentatives stationed, in Latin-' A.. .
,First Sergeant Valcourt Athana- .American countries. The- rela- / A
e r;- nfst-Master Afexi 'Germriai. Dori't iss. the White Christ tion-ship, coordination and 'cop- t
'and Corporal Francois; recey- 'mas Ball and remember that by oration 'hi' UN Technical Assist- The traditional T'ianksgiving a
.-ed. Meqafal an. Brevet of Merit:', attending you" will- contribute to ance Piogrammes with the work Day seice was held at Holy d
A-'"Ve congramlate those so lion-. a very worthy cause the Fight of economic progranirning under Trinlty Cathedral 'on Thursday, ti
Against Cancer! the Alliance for Progress wma a Novemnbey-23rd,' at.8:00' art. The
S. main item for discussion at the f-ororable Robert Newbegi,
-. cofer-ence with a view to en-
k"" ." :."."r .ti' m um utilization of
.' .tUN personnel placed at the dis- ;
posa', hf.'ite Uathr-Aie'. rf c an
T he 13 UN Technical Assistan-
ce Board 'Representatives,. and
Directors of Sptcial Fund I ro-
gramr4es accredited I- Latin.
American Governments partici-
p')at'ed in the' meeting together
With-"Senor officers of the United
Nations 'Economie Commission
for Latin America, whose head-
quarters is located in Santiago
and Regional Representatives of
UN. Specialized Agencies. This
was, a most importar. poo!licy .
'ineLini' fLo the work 6t the UN
'in; Jati.n America.
Tbd; discussions were lead by .
.!Messrs. David Owen, Chairman
of Technical Assistance Board'
rvy constructed Arm. Barracks, inaugurated on Nov. 18, '1961 Paul Roffman; Managing Direct- Thanksgiving Day bless
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m~aLssador of the'pfnited Jn -
es of America, read thei
ge of -President John :Fe Ke
y to the American peo pe
he occasion of ThdnksgiL
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-' "HAITI SUN"
Sunday November N6th,
,Haiti This Week
SBy AUBELIN JOLICOELK
.-" ***A group of thirteen Frenth' Travel Agents
landed here last week- They're conducted by
Mr Matias Mas, Head of the Commercial Dep-
artment of Pan Am in Paris and a Traveltyme.
Tours Escort.- -
The party included Mrs Marcelle, Barbault
and Mr Jacques bovo of the ,Agdncy Les Grands.
Voyages;, Mr Rayihond Crausaz of Ctausaz IVo-
delif, Agency; Mr Jean Pierrd. Dubrevil of. the
&y Circuits Transcontinentaux; Mr and Mrs Henri Guiter of
gency Le Tboristne Francais; Mr Claude Helm, bf the Agency
? egme Francaise de Tourisinm,. MrAlan G.'Holt of the Agedcy
aged' Affires de Tourisine; Mr Pierre Neant and wife Pau-
Soff thie .Agence Occidentafe de Voyages; Mr Jack Pinoteau'and
.eine" or theAgence.-Lafi Tourisme..
Ds.' French, Travel Agents .whose trip has .been'. sponsored by
pANWAM Office of Paris and the Traveltymne International of
aek maaibng a familiarization'"Tour in' the. Hemisphere
?4'd e 4 tourism in the United States and the Ce ribbean, par-
t k .'Haiu.' .. ...
earrty visited 'first New York and went to Washington where
,"a meeting. in the-hamber of Commerce withMr Gilmore
td,.the United States Travel Service recently founded.by' th
vevnment, and_- then to New -Orleans where- thew shwt
lrant remnants: of tbe. sojourn' of the. Frnch, and next
'the, most. fonshing'tou-ist center of the United States.
ati,. said Mr Mas we\,an t to spend. our fellowmen so that
Shis. beautiful- Island independent since so lohg but still
ltO France .spiritually 'and culturally.- Haiti' is the Islanr-
.t.ajiip ly- beauties, hospitality and culture are praised -,by
glek,.ench .visitor. ,
ri[nch Travel Agents were greeted here by Mr Jean Saurel,
.I'Manager of Pan Am here and Mr Andy Andersen, Manager
J therland Tours and his Assistant Mr Gerard Celifie. They
hEfthe''UtI M Iontna. -
'we guests of the Hote} .El Rancho Thursday night at the
1h .-presedited by Sinidne Sassine in 'the programme en-
-o.Lovelin ss. 'the Freneh visitors were given many
7l1~ereel g ted with 4iti. ,
.. .habob.t HabitatiQn Leclor;,.the fabulous est-
STfn'i-.,his place was called by some high
I t' h..Feh Naval Squadron, a Garden of .the
uit'" tales;. arry hBelafonie called it the m6st ro-
of dhi Caribbean..The, voodoo thow. presented on Tues-
esv y and Friday got favorable cornments from natives'. &
.al/ The show .with Guy Jean- Louis.'and, wife K thly, in
tide,e Elifete in a banda', Brazilian .'siger Israel Soaiez
G.ireatKtherine in an exotic dance is. delightful. Hausy
MC aqd a singer-is an artist of great future. Tom 'Low.
itor6 of Show Buisibess .Illustrated thinks that he is a very
-terial to .worl-with for'.show Business. Mozart Duroseau
V very good orchestra with his brother Richard as an accor-
-.? OP E N NIGH T L-Y
S G'AM B LI NG '
' *'" DANCING TO. -
--. 'JOE .TROVILLOT'S
,' .OBOHESTBA' --
Entrance Charge $1.00
OD SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND HOLIDAYS
_i_' .. ;. .. _4
*'"Gertie Pressoir Gacib, Man-
ager of the Grand 'Hotel Oloff-
son had. a new birthday on Thurs-
day November 16. She celebrat-
ed the event Saturday 'evening
with a delightful party in her
beautiful.. apartment at the Ho-
tel.' Drinks, -delicious food, love-
ly- girls and the Haitian merin-
gue inade-the party a-real en-
***Colonel Robert Heinl, Jr..
iHead of. the U.S. Naval' Mission
in Port au Prince .is back this
week in company with wife, Nan-
cy., Colonel Heini went to San
Jose,, Costa Rica on October 13
to attend' the Meeting of the
U.S. Chiefs of Mission jn Central
America. anri next' went' to Wa-
shington, D.C. to vis!t his fno-
ther. He was joined in the Ca"
%pital City last week by his wife.
"It is so wonderful to be back
to Haiti Cherie", said Colonel
Heinl as he arrived Wednesday
aftdrnoon.-"As .1 told my, wife,
even'twhen I saw La Gonkve I
waved .to La' Gonave Cherie."
The Head 'of ,the Marines here
\was met at thb.airport by some
higliranked officers of the U.S.
***Colonel John Edward PJnver-
ferth,; Director of the.. U.S. Army
'Interamerican Geodetic Survey
through South America arrived.
this. week' ,for. a few days.. He
'was, greeted-' by. Majdr. Anthony
Kuqbelius, 'head of the .USIAGS
here and .Mr Frank Chaves of
thie' same office.
"**Mrs George Heraux, .re.mb-
er of the "Comite des"Dames"
of the Cancer League, wimrs-the
annual "Bal Blanc" of. this Lea-
gue to be a great'eve.pt of the
season. This party will -bhe- held
*4-the Hotel' Sans Souci on De-
ceiiber 2, Dinner, dancing, fan-
The partibipahts N. this "baim
boche pleine :.d'elegance", will
have to buy a ticket for five
dollars. The Ladies will be." i'
white dresses and the gentlei-en
.Sensational door prices will -be
given away thanks to 'fete-Haiti
which offered a TV ast, Curacao
Trading a Radio (Philips), The
so-.ailed "I'axar de la: chance"
will make many happy winners
with more than three hundreds
gifts from the Businessmen here.
***Mrs Frances, Bijo, 'wife 6f-
Textile Merchant. Mr.. Morris Bi-
jou just' completed a 4-week vi-
sit in the U.S. with son Stevbn...
Real Estate Agency
LOISEAU & Co.
| Cable Address: AILOICO
Renting. of Houses, Apart-
ments, Bungalows, Camping
Houses for short or long
Buying and selling of com-
mercial businesses such as:
Bars, Restaurants, Ho Ais ete.
Reservations, at Hotels and
,Mr Larry Beyda, a Spanisl rnmr-Iand wife Rochelle are caIn
chant is back -from a two' week guests at the Hotel El Ranci
visit to New York. Roger MagIbire Constant, td
***Npwlyweds David ?. Sackey them 'under his ,wings.
in Advertising in New York City .
F* v.l Prp-io/ I Fl Sw :in
Festival Pieparations In Full Swing '
S .(Conatinued from pge 1)
and .now is the meeting place of
. hundreds of pigeons' in pagoda-
like ,cotes.', iThbre 'are comfort-
a.. alle ':bendhes, a lovely view,
pleasant landscaping, all design-
ed to give th6: expected.. visitors
an interesting-'place -to take a
breather betweeri events and pa-
S rades, ,'-. ...
:if Rond Poisit 'the arch "ad
its base have 'e6n'Kgiven a face-
lifting -' tid 'an unlike structfre
. pqtuuprdecorated -with plaques
illustrative'of parts, of Haiti's
:- hitory..It is.Lcilodul in daylight
ait .-will be- brilliantly lit up at
-, I ( .
All along the boulevard. planI
ing and smartening, up h-&abeei
under way. .13eau Rivage,-. h'a
thrown up a cinderbloc w
that defines the' hotel -,'ubndt
and give it a neat, care'-," ap"
pearance.. Shops along th 'noi
then. part bf'the boulevard' havd
improved their fronts. and.. their
'The, symbol of the clasped
hands, light and dark,: and thd
words "UNION & PROGRIESS,'"
express the intefit and purpose
of the coming festival. ,
Halo glorifies it l.
.-- ._ .'" .. .- *'
dandruff from both hair
-ne~" nad special rinsi' -
Yes. "soapng" your hair with
even finest liquid or oily cream
dirt-catching film. Halo, made
with a new ingredient, contains
no soap, no sticky oils.
Thus Halo glorifies your hair
the vefirst time you. use it.
S Ak for Halo-America's
favorite s'ampoo-today. ,
Halo reveals the hidden beauty of the ha
S. .. H-61--I-EL
.Snunday November 26th, 1961
Mr and Mi's Anibal Cortina arrived in Port au Prince Monday
From Washington, D.C. Mr Cortina is an economist for the Inter
American Development Bank... Celebration for the Armed Forces
of Haiti is occasion for a holiday on the 18th of November. This
year it will also be the occasion for the dedication of the new build-
ing to be Army Headquarters and Central Bureaux of the Police
Department of Port au Prince, the Caserne ."President Francois
Duvalier." It faces the Champ de Mars and is a beautiful building .
Have you had occasion to visit "L'nmprimerie de I'Etat", the na-
tional print shop to you. It is also a beautiful modern building and
.designed for high efficiency in printing... A revolving light is being
installed above the central pool at Rond Pont, there being eight
translucent panels, each of which will carry a legend, motto or
colored picture. It will bring a focal center to Rond Point which
Shas been' lacking. The construction and lighting are by Erhard,
Eberwein for the Department of National Tourism... There was
a. rumor in town some 10 days or so ago that Daniel Theard had
:'fied and gone to Heaven. Daniel says the report is exaggerated
on all currents... Mr Clement Barbot is back at his home? and
many of his friends are rejoicing at the news. When serving the
Government there was much of good on which he gave the admin-
istrative go-ahead... Mr and Mrs Anthony Whitehouse of the Brit-
ish Embassy have the official word that they are to be transferred
to a bigger post. They will leave December 12th for Londo.i via
New York: Effective people...
SCaribbean Construction Co. S-A.
4 Builders Of The Military City
Gen. Manager: Gerard THEARD
t Phone: 3955. P. O. BO.. 284
Shango Night Club
HOTEL IBO LELE
4HERBIE WIDMAIER & HIS -GROUP
' 7 .
USING, COMPOSING AND
OSURE SETTING IN ONE
REFLEX CAMERA WPTH
NIKKOR Hew1 F:2.5 LENS.
n SINGLE -LENS-
" H A i t i SUN"
BLIND INSTRUCTOR LIKES HA
JOSEPH NADAL & Co.
studying at thi
School of Haiti; te
College of Port au
working as a civil c
lie began to have
"My doctor -told
down, said I was do
at once. I didn'tI
a deachment of th
m f .....
By CHUCK ROBIE BOOTH
Clinton-Evan Chenel Jr. is a
new instructor of calculus at
It's a worthwhile accomplish-
ment, you might think, to gain
a faculty post at a college of
Evan Chenet Jr. ,al'lcs to the
campus very morning with a
group of fellow faculty men. He
teaches three morning classes,
talks to freshmen and sopho-
mores about their scholastic pro-
blems and corrects papers. He
is married and has a daughter in
That's quite ordinary. you
But, the accomplshment and
the ordinary take on asounding
proportions when you realize that
Evan Chenet Jr. is blind and is
On Visiting Him ait his home
in the Griffin Rd. faculty apart-
ment area, you are immediately
impressed by his pleas-intness,
impeccable attire and French-in-
flected speech (French is the
main language in Haiti.)
Though he admits science, cedu-
cation and mathematics were
always his, major interests, he
is well-versed, by... heritage, in
politics and the arts. He played
violin in enserpbles unlil a few
years ago. "Now, I'm a listen-
er," he laughed. "I especially
like classical recordiug-."
His wife, the former Amy Ca-
rey of Jamaica, British West In-
dies, was preparing to leave for
her job as a nurse in a Utica
hospital. "What time it is?" she
He felt the raised dial on his
wrTist watch: "It's 2:30."
Chenet-The Son of a Haitian
consul who served in the Domi-
nican Republic and Cuba, was
4-JAZZ AND TAP DANCE "'
7--OHOREOGRAPHY OF CLASSICAL REPER-&'
TOORE "SWAN LAKE", NUTCRACKERR BAL-
LET", "LES ISYLJPHTDES", etc.
8-SECIBOAL CLASSES FOR SMALL CHILDREN
AGES 3 TO 6-YEAIR-OLD.
On the Champ de Mars, next to Rex Theater !.
CHOREOGRAPHY AiRRANGED FOR DANCE '
TROOPS AMD SINGLE DANCER'S.
fleaR B t,
II 4.,.,... .o ..,.8 ,
Served Excwsi/ at HaWit's Leading
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS & BY CONNOISSEURS -
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD _
New At: LITTLE EUROPE
THE HOME OF EXQUISITE GIFTS
MILTON Thaf was 1940. That year, and
ie Polyiechnic again in 1941 and 1944, he was.
'aching at the operated upon without success in '
i Prince; and the United States.
engineer when In 1947, he left Haiti for.-gEnd,.
eye trouble. becoming an American citizen 'm
me to slow 1952.
going too much THEY 'SEE' TO TEACH .
listen. I had In 1954 he entered Hunter Col.
e retina," he lege for courses in education and .
(Continued on page 10) i
[nia Wil an -s::
inia Willams _
HAITIAN INSTITUTE OF DANCE
ANNOUNCES FOR THE FALL TERM COURSES I
3-MODERN TECHNIQUE (Martha Graham
-7 :;w> :
i .ACIOUE ISLAND
OI NLY 30 MTNIJTIh.1
... Cudren o CentmS.
-" Private Dressing Booms
White Sand Beach
#I.ue Restaurant and Snack Bar
y3 Immediate Jet Clipper*
S'. r- .
'. 4 "
"A ____-' ____,,.__
Depart Port-au-Ptrince on Tuesday
or Saturday at 10:15 AM-Friday
at 12:30 PM. Giant Pan American
'Jets then whisk you from Florida to
S- Mexico City. You'll arr
tinent's most cosmop
just after a sumptuous
Complete round trip E
fare is US $253.
Pan Am's newest jet ser
in Merida on the Yuca
Explore ancient archa
of the Mayan civilize
ous hotel accommodate
able at bargain Mexica
.".- And- Mexico City ha
Smart shops, a bracing
climate, bullfights, super
L. international cabaret
Travel Agent or Pan .
and discover how deli
day in jet-close Mexicc
S.AP IIt. .X.
t '.^^ ^ .,.
(The following is excerpted from an article which
appeared in the October, 1961 issue of Frontier, a
monthly magazine published in Los Angeles. The au-
thor is a former governor of Puerto Rico and is now
a special consultant to University of Puerto Rico Chan-
Connections in Miami to
ive in the Con-
s dinner aloft.
vice also stops
ions are avail-
erb dining and
life. See your
Am today ...
Ughtful &7 holi-
o can be. -
ENJOY THE PRICELESS EXTRA OF EXPERIENCE
ON THE WORLD'S MOST EXPERIENCED AIRLINE
:E DE LA REPUBLIQUE ARGENTINE. CITE DE L-EXPOSITION
PORT-AU-PRINCE, TEL 3451
H -i .. .
Sunday November 2Gth. 1961
I Urges M
By REXFORD G. TUGWELL
/* PORT AU PRINCE
_____________________-, ^ ^ __
cellor Jaime Benitez.)
It is sad to say that, as the Alliance for Progress
gets under way, there is only thie faintest prospect of
our doing what is most 'urgently needed in Latin Ame-
rica. The unpleasant trulh is that if 'massive direct ac-
tion is Tiot taken there may well 'be several- more Cubas,
within a very short time --and 'by massive, I mean
adequate to relieve the prevaglenit distress.
The 'spirit of need immediate relief 'and ultimate land
reform and credit; the Slum dwellers need immediate.
,relief too, Ibut also a sense 'of security, -pad, of course,
jobs. The students need perhaps to Tbe apanked, buit,
also they need opportunity.
The spirit of our conception is 'still that which in-
formed the April report of the Comemittee 'for Economic
Deveupm'ent, admirable for a European nation in dif-
fitcuties, 'but ndt for Iatin American ones. The Mar-
.shallil Plan sulc eeded, and it still haunts official minds.
That is tqo say, 'prograimmies are to 'be submitted by
receiving 'countries, financing is to ibe dqled out, .and
the work is to proceed through established agencies.
But in the background these is the 'hope that private
capital will do mudh 'off the job. And there is the per-
vasive misconception that Latin America is. not too
different from Western Europe.
The Alliance is Ibetter conceived than this, it 'has to
'be 'said, biut nIot enough better. Our faiecy goes to its
very heart. This i's that if we encourage the submission
*of plans for improvement and furnish the funds for
carrying 'out Ithe best olf Ithiem, the present crisis will'
be overcome. We'bave been making this 'mistake ever
since the good neighbor policy was begun.
'If we enter on 'another period 'of financing projectss"
wanted by the governing groups, 'and laJplproved by our.
diplomats and bankers (government sort) we. sh'afl end
'by turning 'over some wonderful, hallf-finished public
works to 'regimes we will not like. No m'at'ter 'how ad-
mirable projects 'are, time must be bought to see them
MOSCOSO RIGHT MAN FOR-THE JOB!
Commenting yesterday- on the appointment of for-
mer Fomento administrator Teodoro Moscoso being
'appointed to head the Alliance For Progress prog-
ram, Rexford G. Tugwell said:
"If I had known talit Moscoso was to be appointed,
my article would have been more optimistic. -
"I had the opportunity of discussing with him the
possibilities offered by the appointment, at a time
when he knew it was coming, but before he had de- J
cided to accept.
"Of course, I urged him to take the job. I feel sure
that his wide sympathies and knowledge of condi-
tions will result in his doing a brilliant job.
"I hope he will reverse many of the policies I bel-
ieve to have been mistaken in the past and that he
will find himself able to make a. different approach.
This will not be easy."
Moscoso's first government job as executive assist-
ant here to Tugwell in 1941.
done. 'It mut be bought in homely ways: with foot
and shelter and a little security. These, unhecotmtably
we do not offer.
I have been talking just niow to a Puerto Rican, 'on'
of those responsible for the 'economic development i
resent years. He bias just been in Venezuela visiting ou
ambassador there. Being a practical fellow, he took
the time to put on 'old cdothes 'and spendd some thne -
(Continued on page 13)
Sunday November 286i, 1J981
" HAITI S U
THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Community Weekly Published Sunday. Morning
Editor-Publisher BERNARD DIEDERICH
Gerant-Responsable MAUCLAIR LABISSIERE
ESTABLISHED IN 1950
SOME NICE WORDS FOR A NICE DAY
It is a pleasure to be able to say some nice things
and eschew denouncing some community or national
evil. This newspaper, together with many businessmen
in the community, has great pleasure in heralding Ihe
Department of Conunerce and Industry, for its effici-
ency, its courtesy, and effectiveness, and we believe
this tribute is merited by all its personnel. And there
is one personality who by his example has brought
this about. The HAITI SUN gives you the Honorable
Clovis Desinor, 'Secretary of State for Conmlerce and
Industry, a gentleman.
THE GORGEOUS POINSETTAS ON THE
KENSCOFF ROAD A WORLD SPECTACLE
The New York Times usually finishes its editorial
columns with thoughts about Autunm leaves, crisp, No-
vember weather etc., etc., etc. They got nothing. Drile
up to Kenscoff and Furcy in tlie next week or so. The
road is lined with gorgeous Poinsettas, some of them
'.5 feet tall. miles of them. The Autumn crispness is
(here too and spectacular mountains and valleys. It'll
do the kids good to inhale some of that crisp air: and
the old man to.
GOVERNMENT PERSONNEL CAN EXPEDITE
EMPLOYMi .NT, ECONOMIC RECOVERY
We have just had the pleasure of retrospection of
the fine works of the Secretary of State for Commerce
and Industry and of the fine staff and esprit de corps
that he has built up there.
Our retrospection leads us to other fine members of
the cabinet, possibly one of the best cabinets in several
decades. But we wish' some of these other secretaries
would give a little of their time to indoctrination of
their personnel in civic consciousness and the advance-
ment of the work of the Government. Some Govern-
ment departments require a week or 10 days to process
ordinary business-papers, where delay means postpo-
nement of -revenue and postponement of employment;
people heart-sick because jobs do not materialize. It's
the poor under-privileged, unemployed on the end of
(Continued on page 15)
126 Dogs And 1 Rabbit At The Dog Track
AT THE DOG TRACK
By K. BAER Track are trained by dog ti
ers in Miami and all run at
The only dog racing track in Miami tracks. The, corpora
the Caribbean is in Port au Prin- which opened the track is c
ce. Opened just a month nao, posed of people from both 1
the Caribe Dog Racing Park., lo- mi and Detroit. Sleek, .ff.
cated just behind the Trioune. Pat Archer is the tracl: rin
is slowly but surely becoming
a popular place to spend an
The well-lighted, well ioom-
ed track and stands uffer nine
races each night, with six hand-
some thorobred Grayhounds run-
ning in each race. The average I
race is 560 yards, with the last
four races a long 1050 yards.
which may be a little tiring for
the dogs, but doesn't affect
Swifty, the pretty white rabbit.
one bit. It's a pretty sight to
see the handlers lead the dogs.
each in a numbered colored coat.
around the track for the audic-n-
ce to make their selections and
place their bets. After the walk-
around the dogs are placed in
the starting boxes and th? rab-
bit begins his swift circle on his
own private track. The dogs
bark in excitement, eager to get
on with the chase. The starting
bells rings, the starting bones
fly open, and THEY'RE OFF!
swift on the straight-away, skid- .
ding into the turns, each dug in-
tent on getting a mouth-full of
Swifty. It never happens c'xceit
when a laggard in a race turns
around and suddenly sees the 0
rabbit running after him. F.ven
then, no biting allowed.
First race is off'at 8:30: gates L
open at 7:30. All bets are .l1.00,
including the Quiniela, in which '- '-'
.you select two dogs to finish
1-2, or 2-1. This pays higher than
a straight bet; gives you four '
chances to win, but isn't us casy I
to catch. There is no limit on
the betting, win, place or' show. -
Dog racing is the most even
gambling there is. For each dol-
lar bet, the minimum you cn '
win is $1.00, and there is no 4 0UW EEKS' OF
maximum. c ,b The World's Most W
ALI the dogs 4t the Caribe
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In M is Week
W. Everett Shrewsbury, Ma- ist Charles McCord who spent
_ger of the Compagnie d'Eclai- abput three years in Haiti. Miss
ga Electrique flew to the U.S. Cathaleen A. Renwick -is from,
Zpieet with the members of Oklahoma City, Okla.
g Board i'f Directors of the **4Mr Kendall Willard King, a
i#pany and to visit his daught- Professor at the Virginia Poly-
-Susan. He will' be back-this technic Institute of Blacksburg,
imng 'week. Va spent three days at the Villa
ibiung 'rederick Felix Russo 'Creble... David Ibarra, a Mexic-
ggduate of the Ecole Normale 'an economist, is current .guest
yrieure here just completed here.
sixteen month -study and re- "'*Mr Edmond Kbayat. Leban-
nb. at the_ Cancer Cytology ese Ambassador in Caracas ..will
tlon-. He Will join the US also 'be accredited here. 1fter"a
fIorfhis "service militaire', few days in town 'he 'flew 461
an. American Citizen. Caracas .before pr senting.;.hWhi
-:.Alex Moore, Progrq Of- "lettres de creance" to. Presid-
for the-IUSOM ii bac 'iftfer ent Dr. Francois Duvalier.
ays "..lie U.S. He arri- ***l'ss harie-Therese Va#les;_a
esda'.. 'in company with graduate in economic and socidgl
Cathaleen- A. Renwick who sciences of the'Universite -de Pa
t ..ere as- his Assistant, rs went to Europe this week opn
nwick replaces -ecoiom- a cultural mission for -ttle'Halfti
,,.timen.akes on a rosy hub
tb rough, the: apphire crystal ,.-
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three months visiting France,
Spain, Switzerland and England.
***"Senora"' Merina Lopez de
Montagutelli flew -to -Miami *this
week. Her husband 'found out
that she left him only the'next
day. She is- from Venezuela.
**9"Seduisante" Colette L-e o n
Sendral went to Jamaica. for a
three week -sojourn with her
children from her, first marriage
with -Mr Smatt.
***Mr Juan Viar, Dierctor of
the "'tanque Colombo-Haitienoe_"
went in a business trip to Co-
lumbia -this .week. He will be:
back this coming -week.
***"Mr Jakob .Bernhard,. sales-
man 'Jor Uysse-Nardin .S.A., a-
manufacture 'of Swiss watches
and chronometers was met ;at
the airport by Mr -Emmanuel
Elie of the -Gustav Gilg .Store...
Mr Miller Kenneth -Ryan, a Ma-I
nager for Dupont Co in Menden-
hall, Pa and wife-Gertrude Lu-x
citlle were guests here .this.
week... Mr Bernard Elleigel, an.
export Manager from New York,
City and Dr Sydney Parish, a
dentist from Brooklyn are -stay-
ing a week here.
***Mr 'Leonard Mancuso is back
again. Lene is 'on his ninth trip'
in his favorite Island. He is tra-
veiling alone'lhis time. 'Ler.e who
is 'frri Maryland brought "1s
beautiful 'family here- last year
and his elder daughter. Helen'
fell literally in love 'ith the'
Magic Island. This year, Lene
took his vacations too late and
'Helen has to go 'to -school. Her-
heart was broken -when her fa-'
ther decided to come without
her. The family .plans a trip for
the first months -of 'the coining-
Lene is being 'tutored here by
an old friend, 'Mrs-Cylotte lJean
Joseph Blaise. He dances the
meringue like a- Haitian, ,some-
"*"Dr Edouard Joseph, Admini-
trator of the Hinche hospital
(Departement flu Centre) has
discovered an efficacious m;ndi-
cine -against asthma. His many
experiences proved to be very
**Mrs Mirtza Abramovitz has
inaugurated her .second One Man
Show in -a 7 month at the Israel-
Iberoamerica, Institute in New
York on November 16 undcr the
sponsorship of the Haitian\Am-
bassador hin .-.he United Nations,
MVr Carlet August6&
Mirtza was -wearing that even-
Sunday November 2.ith, 1061
ing a beautiful dress made spe- spent 3 marvelous weeks hbre
cially for the occasion iy Si- but she has to go back to .her
mone Sassine. This exhibit will children. She was'very well gui-
run till November 30. ded through the Haitian life and
***Geo Gonzalez, youthful & dy- joie de vivre by her lively and
namic Manager of the Montana lovely hostess -o be a very good
is currently selling in .the U.S. p. R. Extended for our Coun-
the charms of Haiti with his per- try in the States. She is a keen
sonal charm.. In his Pffort to exponent of the Haitian merin-
.promote Haiti and 'the Montana gue.
Geo flew to Miami -two weeks g
ago with an itinerary which in- Mr Herbert Evans, an Attor--
'eludes Miami where he did a ney at Law, is a City Council-
very good job, New York. Bos- man for Harlem and the West,
ton, Connecticut, Detroit, Clev- Side of New York City was
eland, Chicago, Milwaukee. To- recommended to the Author by.
ronto, Montreal. He will be back Mr Henry Wheatley who visited
this coming week. Haiti more than a year ago with
***Mr Harold Glauberman and his lovely wife Artrelle while he
his charming blonde wife Ftta was an Administrative Assistant
spent a few days at the El Ran- to Govr. Rockefeller and is- now
'tho this week. Harold is a Che the Official Greeter for the State
mical Engineer from New York of Neiv York. Henry is from St.
City. They were well impressed Thomas,- U. S. Virgin Islands
by the Country. The 36 members, of the NA..'
***Mrs Jean Marrow never ha i FAD will stay a week at- thb
it so good: She visited -Haiti
as,guest of her very good friend,
-famed Interior Decorator, Mu-
riel Shindler, wife of the Presid-
ent of the El Rancho, 'Ben- Shin-
dtiler, who just completed a-'tour'
in the U.S. to put Haiti and his
hotel on the tourist map.
Personable Mrs Jean Marrow.
CastelHaifi.- The Department of
Tourism has a very pleasant
program planned fir them.
4"Abner Jean Louis, "sympathi-
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Rancho .gave a party Sunday to
celebrate .the admission of his.
ypung brother Gabriel to the-
School of Medicine.
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SProblem Of Land Leasing
In A Regional Economy
eber ALEXANDRE 1
to.nit ""e" Artibonite Valley
e Artibonite Valley was
'ted' -by the- late Dumarsais
.' This great statesman
k"stL'urpose: that of mak-
miScorner of our country
W s1". No greatly destituted,
jlatid'. and 'of no value to
iafn i-economy, -into ,one
and Beautiful Gar-
the dream of- this de-
ariot is coming true.
.-' .. .
'The inadequate training of those
desirous of taking-over, as we
.are told, by the fable: "'feathers
which, do not belong to them".
for exhibiting purposes .has been
seen. This Great 'TdeaL-, imprint-
ed with Social 'Renovation,, has
been narrowed down to the con:
struction of drains and :ditches,
exaggerated rental rMtes of lands
.composing the Project 4rea.
This limited conception would
in no case contribute to the blos-
soming forth of 32,000 'hectares
of land in-this zone. The exces-
sive materialism of those- who
attempted to unjustly lay hands
upon a .task which exceeded their
capacity could only lead to an
irremediable disaster for the
Undeg all -inusual circumstan-.
,ces the' effects of -which are
frankly harmful to human tom-
Imuhiities it happens that a MAN
will c6me forth with the mission'
of. straightening out and having
the grdat" lands from 'the 'doom
that-threatens. So it is that for
:the .safe-guarding :of \our Coun-.
ty, ., Doctor Francois Duvalier
appeared, as a Redeemer, to
head'the Haitian Government.
cellency Doctor Fraricois Dava-
lier, should become 'first in'the
struggle for economic recovery.
The problem of development is
not merely intended to reach
.good production ,which would re-
sult- from the -new orientation
being. given .to State land rent-
als or to their allotment. Toe
priority of demands for farming
land or -the ability to ps.; dhe
duty\ related' thereto are the only
facts to be considered' when try-
ing to solve Haitian 'economic
problems, "THE SOCIAL' PRO-
MOTION. OF, REGIONAL AU-
TOCHTONOTS .; POPULATIONS'
should be considered. .1I
SAs it has been stated in a,.pre-
ceeding paragraph, a new land
fanning policy with better, pros-'
pects has now replaced the 'old
policy which -greatly -favoured
those who .were.-mnore' aptto-dis-
burse -(he funds.. There cannot
be tny means' of.. eestablishing
the situation. if the. complexity
of the'problems is riot-taken"'in-
der considerationn. a separated
analysis of the -que$tions -'r6laide
to such a. policy, should be a-voidT
,ed. From a national vijew point,
the old fiscal policy with regards
to land was interested rather' in
the Bill-Book of rentirig rates: or
Determined and firm, he- start-
ed to work, omitting nothing that
wvoUld facilItAfe operations, beidg
-aware'that progress comes. only
when the complexity qf probleris
are understood in.: their totality
SThen fabulous results can be
: 1 .".ui _. produced-analysigt. leads to syn-
-. thesis. ,
oI equpment fumnislibd by NMA IP R4ll used by The soil tenure policy, 'under"
t pouative olf ODJA to decorticate the Kenaf." the eriergeticpressure of'His Ex-
9 RUE. DU QUA I
WHAT TO BUY :
.SISAL BAGS and BELTS '
FRLNCH PErFUMLS ad LIQUORS
.-WYObD CARVINGS MAHOGANY
. STRAW G05 3. PAtNT11K
,j"\ In the rural projects, under
SRural Credit Supervision, the
.i. re & r.e fiscal problem cannot be ias
r...e.e-&--i J\-- --- -2- treated as strictly as is the case
;ec in the actual organization res-
S .'Ponsible for Teturns..Land dis-
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fees. The present policy goes:.'.
I further, and considers the ques-.i
dtion of.-installation, rehabilitation '
of' rthe population, the decrease, --,
in unemployment,' the integration*. 4
of the population," -the developing -
of Natural Resources, and the 4
fostering of community life and
everything capable of improving- -
the national economy. ',
The actual philosophy which -
governs land rentals pertaining -
to the State stresses 'the cultur-:. 4
al and social-development of the.:4-
people as being the best means
of promoting not only, the eeo-
nornical development of the Ar
tibonite Valley but that of .the
entire country. When, this ,.is.
done,; the income to the State is
guaranteed by the production oE.
commodities with adRerent taxes .
to such articles exported, and',a a .;
decrease in costs of medicall pro-. ..
ducts and chemicals importafi r,
lions costs, as a result of im.
.proved dietary practices .which,
wheh not observed are the basis l 's
of all' kinds '6of 'diseases.'-
To the contrary, in the former, "-,
policy' ofland farming, the- cost of6V -.',
land -leasing -was the only sou .t.c..
of incomee, -and for this1 reaso r'
could -.not .be involie'd in the -
"Duvalierist '- Revofution."' The '
economical unity of the FanUf
Ys.,now ,S :nSbsi' s 's. s
mation inthbfiattibution of lands
'rntfe by ithe''-taate 'to in i
dtralstThxs %oi&0- not'b& oti;ly.s
wise; than taking .into considera-
tiQOn the question' of soil adapfta-
bility, -variety of- cultivation -and------
their rental values.'' '
-It is readily, understood that "
local organizations like "Pot-
Col"' and the "Artibohite Valiy
Authority'., leasing of lands
could not be left up to the Bu'&
reau of Contributions, alone. It'.
was that philosophy of a .NEW-.
HAITI. governing the land rent-
als and their--allotment which.
induced the Government o& His
Expellency, the Honorable Doc-' i
tor 'Francois .Duvalier, to sub-
scribe enthusiastically to' the In--.
ternational Agreements and Con-> !
ventions where the idea of so-
cial development has been re-
.cognized as being the "subitra-
tun' of, economic extension,
The .ri.nc i .a;l conversation
piece among Statesmen and that
which has been considered wor-.
thy 'of.adoption: is the distribu-
tion of-the land to the peasants, .,
grouped into ,production associa-"
tions with. the privilege of inier- ':
itinug'from relatives, and aid with '
substantial -loans to help them in_
their work. '
It is also with social promo-'
tion in view, the cultural and
social growth of abandoned po-
pulations that the Government
has contracted with the Import-
Export Bank, with the Develop-'
ment Loan Fund, and has called
our attention to the Agreement-
with ICA. the Bogota Charter
which was re-asserted at "Pun-. ,
ta del Este.
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tributipn should be handled on insuffi
a k rictly social basis, and the age,
lol.. organizations above nmen- curs
tied are the only ones with a lafid
I1wlIedge of the problems and in thi
in position to evaluate the' ex- their
tet and limits of colonization, nager
the participation, of peasants in old s:
tbf cultivaiton of State lands. reaux
;..at. is the amount of income million
i fn the leasing of land, under the t
the old .conception? What could. For i
te new income amount to under loss o
tfe.,new estimative philosophy? centin
-:et -us assume 'that 5,000 car- pulats
Peaux of land are rented at- the pulat
Rate 'of $10 or $20- each carreau.' parati
One 6i' two persons are -then wage
'given five or ten- carreaux of cts e
land being made responsible for means
the entire exploitation of the ($30,00
land. Inthe case where no funds relieve
ae'e available there cannot be means
,an adequate ,exploitation of such 150,000
"land: lack of land pfeparatidn, The
icient irrigation or drain
and no up-keep. This oc-
in numerous cases where
belonging to' people living
e cities have abandoned
land to the care of a Ma-
for cultivation. Under the
system, five thousand car-
of land brought fifteen
n gourdes in returns after
wice-a-year rice' harvest.
he State this-brought a net
f three million gourdes: 50
ies (half-gourde) 'per 200
n the local market. Mani-
on, transportation and pre-
on of the rice deprived
earners, at a rate of 15
each 100-tb. sack which.
that 150,000 gourdes
0) were not available to
e unemployment. It also
a decrease of. 6 million,
I Gourdes in income.
application of land farm-
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The economic reconnaissance
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|i Haiti This.Week
.TM and bautful Lbis (Kitten; Anita Rollins is completing
er, dancing studies with world. famous' Katherine Dunham: The
-year-old honey skin visitor is a "congenere" from San Diego,
Elkbra. She arrived-here on November 4 for, a four-month study
A.Major. in English; Lois made her first year in'Knoxville Coll-
S.ftoxvl)e,* Tenn. and was continuing at -Los Angeles City
ege. -he j.be'decided to come to Haiti. Kitten who is the most
ous.allot oow dancer one 'can see at the Habitation Leclerc on
,es, y., Wediesday and Friday niights when Katheririe is having
ragiiicent "soirees" ii' her estate,'dai.nced with, the, Starlight
ra, in Sai. $ Diego .She ha been-stddyig dancing fdor our years
pun ier .CQuises.with.Per .Mansfield- 'in Steamboat Spring, Col-
nd witha joe. Rigsby .who understood that she' could not go
irther with her arid sugget.. that shbe continue with Kathe-
Mi Dunham Kitten deeded' not. to hear- that ,twice, after .conivinc-.
parents of :her projectt. se-~,e .. 1ter, duds and here she is.-
Ro[llisd st d -.idrn -dap.es negr, prmie and.-had
af'ballet it a teac her in San Diegor She has here for
cA If*. Mi Lenrwood ffor-s, Master pofbaUet' 'the Ecolide Danse
eDu ihari.-'She"is ,atranced: bythe charms o'f.the "Count y.
ctiyq ;.Lois ..will ..iodel. or Sunrione Sassine Bo6tiuine in the
i ,19 ...Loveliness" of-the jtelf- Bl -Rancho,-'- a ThIursday night
iMeetibg.-Undoubtedly.Kitten will be one 6f'the 'most elegant
dequns of s crod o e:ul Haitian 'girls.
iStD,.lUB I .ts-.g ifiing -l ,.her. research' .and .reading in
00Qo :.g.w'.l .nastei- the.i ill e .- ield, i 6d;tchnics in
i -' ofessi a. .
"[ ..,,. ... :. .. ; ., : : :';e..- "''
S .ten) ,AiitaEollina (r
| k Frisel a SwedN Zoolo
i, ecler, before the. hono
i.on .lea- a well to do ybung .m
j- nevwOwner 6f 'the Cahdlelight I
izd, .'ANDLELIGHT T I:...Thrs
bourdonRo ad has, a genius as-,a C
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.ome-and .Enjy .- ,.
l.H l SUN, ... .
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Mariani; 10 minutes
.-, ierever you may be in
You Are N
: FOR RESERVATION
O. Btx 8. --''Port a'
' i. -
ighi) with Miss .Dunham
gist :-at'the Habitation.,
3:_nd I riucrtor Likes
Hamilton 1 .
(Continued from 'page 3)
practice teaching. In 195'5 he
studied advanced mathematics at
Columbia University and. receiv-
ed his master of arts degree
there in 1956:
The Same Year a daughter,
Gina, was born to he and his
wife, whose family is also in
politics. Her brother, JVMaxwell
Carey, is a member of rhe House
of Representatives there.
The next few years Chenet was
a private tutor in math and
Frinch., Hamilton College ga e
him his first .full-time U.S. coll-
ege faculty position.
.- "I had a very nice welcome.
There was ,no rentfon- of .my
being.a Negro., From the top .to
the bottom, they've all neen co-
operative. We work fine together.
I'm!.very pleased and' I like it
here: .very much. It was very
difficult" to work in New-.York
City, despite my qualifications,
because' of the competition. I'm
happy to have, this .oppoituniy
to show my. ability," he said. -
Does A Blind Person have dif-
ficulty communicating in math?
S'No" trouble.,. I can 'write on"
the blackboard, and when I send.
a student to the blackboard for
an ,answer, he'texplains .each step
' erbally' as he' marks' it up,"' the
,-."On.grading'hfomevork, an as-
sistant reads the -papers aloud
and -we grade them together."
: How. did he cbompLre teaciiing
in, Haiti'-with teaching here.
'There 'they teachl in French.
-The classes are bigger. Ofteri I
had," 40 in a college class in
Haiti. Here, I have 62 students
4in three' classes. Hign 'schools
there are a' 'little higherr level,
for instance some Queens ColH-
:ege courses'would 6o taught in
high school in'Haiti.
"But, fhat's not true at iHa-
milton College,'.' he added.
(From ."OBSERVER DISPATCH"
Qct. 15th. 1961)
LES STUDIOS DE DANS ,
,, BACOULOU .
STARTING OCTOBER 1str 196L.
Modern Theatrical, Dance ...- .. Roland Wingfield-
Haitian Dance -- ... .......i... Louies Loulnis : -'-
Drumming ...,--- ..---...-~...... Louis Celestin .
Social Dance ...., .... .. ..... Gerard Dorsinvil
ED -. ailee e ..
Beginners Modern TbeatricaLD ancel Monday 5 --6 :
. Thursday 5.---- 6 p.m.
Saturday 10;- L a.m .
Advanced Modern Theatrical papte Monday 2 -3- ..' '"'
S. Thursday 2-- 3 p.m.
Beginners Haitian pahce 'onda. 3 4 -.
Dumming ... ," Monday ,2--- p.m.,
". .' Thursday 2 3' p.m.
":_. Saturday 9 10 p.m.
Social -pance .(.ringue) Wednesday 9: 30 y.m.
Sp eial drummnig. classes' for children and Modern ,Danco for.
youngsters. -- -
-' .. :
'Visitors may. erpill for individual classes.
For the-classes fees, scholarships, special-arrangementigfer" --
fessiorial dancer and Visitors inquire daily in the,afternoon a
HOTEL MAJESTIC Petionville Park, or write to ._
.. ODETTE WIENER.
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* ~' '..'4
William M. Cade, an En-
;g er of the Research Depart-
t of the International Har-
er in Chicago and his wife,
S'Office Manager are current-
ly:visiting the Country in com-
y With Mr Arthur F. Floberg,
a Accountant* from Lake Gene-
'"'Wisconsin and wife Mary. dancer and an actress stopped
y made a warm party at at the Grand Hotel Oloffson this
Ibo Lele with Dr Samuel week. Daniel writes musicals.
3 a Psychologist from San They greeted -here Thursday
Jose,.. California and, wife Irene, Ralph Gordon and'Von Rutledge
married on Novembei "11. two friends from New York who
at the State Museum of Baden- arrived here on their second vi-
VB.den, ermany, three months sit. Ralph and Von made their
ago' .first trip here eighteen months
:,The Cades and the Flobergs ago. Ralph is a cofinmodity and
weke' seen with Mr Frantz Sie-- stock broker and Von owns a
g'el of the International Harvest- dress shop in New York. They
S WITH A
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er here and his charming wife.
"'Architect Vincent Donnelly
from Poughkeepsee New York is
back. He is staying a week at the
Chatelet de la Montagne Noire.
""Playwright Daniel Canning
from New York and his "char-
manTe" blonde wife Shella a
ors In Town
are also guests at the Oloffson.
"**Mr Marcel Flutre, a French
Expert for the UN here arrived
early this week with wife Fran-
coise. They are staying at the
Villa 'Rosa in Canape Vert.
"'Newlyweds Stephen Chasin
and his pretty wife Joan spent
a few days here this week on
their honeymoon trip in the Car-
ibbean tour. Steve and' Joan
were married on November 4.
'"^Mr Pierre Poitevien is mak-
ing his first visit here after ten
years in ,.Venezuela. Pierre is a
Representative for TELEFON-
BAU UND NORMALZEIT of
Frankfurt, Germany. .He came
to get a contract here for this
German telephone company.
""Herb Sclar, Sales Manager
for Fulton Office Furnitures in
New York City and his "ravis-
sante lemm'e" Deanna stopped
here this week on their honey-
moon. The charming visitors
got married on November 5th.
Deanna is Director of Advertis-
ing for Avon Books, a Branch
of the Hearst Publications.
Youthful Deanna who' studied
dances got audiences enraptured
in dancing the Haitian merin-
gue at the Habitation Leclerc
run by famous Katherine Dun-
ham, at the Bacoulou Night 'Club
and at the Cabane Choucoune.
She was called the "Terpsichore"
of the Week. Deanna called the
Habitation Leclerc a culture ex-
plosion. Herb and Deanna Sclar
spent three days at Villa Cre-
**'A group of thirty six memb-
ers of the National Association
of Fashion and Accessory Desi-
gners conducted by their Pres,
dent Mrs Lois'Kindle Alexander
landed here. They are colored
designers of- different States.
-They were greeted by the Min-
ister of Topurism, Mr Victor Ne-
verst Constant, Mr Pierre Chau-
vet of the Agence Citadelle.
Mrs Alegander works also for
the Federal Government, she is
Program Officer for Housing
and Home Finance Agency in
the Urban Renewal Administra
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PAGE 1 -
E FALLOUT NO! D1
Mm tissant is the fall guy, any
way you look at it. Rain or
shine. Mud or dust. Never a' pe-
riod of freedom from one threat
or- the other. -
The Department of Public
Works is to be congratulated for
-:its...efforts, of recent days, to
'fill in the gaping holes on the
l:Martissant Road, and HASCO is.
t'.:to'-be congratulated for its crews
yof workmren who fight a losing
-battle to %keep their track clear
'..and', incidentally, the intprsec-
tions. But when .the rains come
.down, so does the top soil and
r"-:debris; when the dry season
F :,.-cbmes, the piled up earth be-,
From the Texaco pnd .Shell'
;.stations at the end of the boulfe-
yvard, right on through to, the
-Rivierq. Hotel, a yellow -cloud' of.
i.dist hhngs over the-arfea. That
-:.dust is germ-laden; it is, inesca-
:pable; it permeates everything;
s. is a menace.
The. City Fathers could arrari-
ge, to have the fire engine wat-.
l.e it down twice 'a day; the 'De-
p.i'tment of Public Works could
i'arrange to have .AJe piles of
,eatth removed to sections where!
-oiil is needed, such .as it is:
N'behind Cite Simone Duvalier,
t 'now a public dump. Both are
stop-gap operations; proper sew-
age is the only real, lasting so-
UST IS ENOUGH
BUT, if no stop-gap is provid-
ed, the Public Health Depart-
ment is going to have its hands
full, with an EPIDEMIC. The
people in that area are breath-
ing dust, eating dust, and abs-
orbing 'dust through every pbre
and aperature. And that means
eating, breathing and absorbing
germs. And germs means dis-
"ease. And disease means the
hospitals,' already over-crowded,
won't be -able to cope. AND
THAT MEANS EPIDEMIC. Epi-
demics are .not pretty; epidemics
are killers, and killers-are never
pretty. Port au 'Prince' is being
prettied up, on the one hand, and
inviting the very ugliest, on the
other, t "
Foyer des Arts Plastiques
The Foyer des Arts Plastiques
announces to Art loves and all
interested in the- Haitian Art
Movement, that how, the 6alerie
is lodged at ALLEN & BAUS-
SAN's Building, opposite to the
General Administration of Posts
at Quai Coiomb. The Foyer has>
opened a permanent' Exposition
to the public every day, from 8
am to 12.and 2 pm to Epm; Sun-
day and holida-ys at 9 am to 12.
and 5 to 9 pm. ,
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MARRIED MISS CRYS
Mr Johathan H. Sprague, che-
mical Engineer from New York
and charming Miss Crystal M.
Thompson of Palm Beach. Fla.
got married here Wednesday
evening, November 22 at a civil
ceremony held at the Hotel ..El
The District Judge of Petion-.
ville presided the -civil ceremony.
The Mayor of Port au Prince.
Mr Jean Deeb and Mis Pietre
Chauvet were "Parrain" and
"Marraine'. Judge Daniel Fou-
chard, Mf Max Duplessy, Dis-
trict Attorney of Port au Prince,
Bishop Alfred Voegeli, Head of
the Episcopalian Church, Mrs
R T. H. SPRAGUE. Jr.
;TAL M. THOMPSON
Jean Deeb, Mr Pierre Chauvet,
Mr and Mrs Ben Shindler, own-
ers of the El Rancho, Mr and
Mrs Jean Sassine, Mrs Simone
Denis Sassine, Edith Sassine and
Andre Sassine signed as witness-
es. In the attendance were Mi.
and Mrs Claude Arty, Andre
The bride was wearing a beau-
tiful dress in white guipure
made by Simone Sassine of the
Sassine Couture. A lavish party
followed the ceremony, in an at-
mosphere of "joie de vivre"
with music provided by the El
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(Continued from page 1) :.
Day. The sermon was delivered.
by the Rev. Gerald- L. Carnes.
The Right Reverend C. Alfred
Voegeli showed to the congregar.
tion the, Mark A. Light Memo-.
rial Award presented to, Sister.
Joan Margaret,. S.S.M., by -t1e
World Committee on Emp)oy-,
ment of the Handicapped,, NQvr,
ember 1961, entitled "The Booqk.
of Golden Deeds" presented
in recognition of exceptional. and,
continuous service to the cause.
for creating equal opportunity i.
employment for the Handicapp-
ed". The offering of the day was;
designated for St. Vincent's.
School for the Handicapped.. I
The services was attended b3
members bof the American colo
ny and friends and by Mayo
Jean Deeb and other Haitia
Promotions In The -
By commission of ;i LExcelI
lency the Presideit-- of 'he IRe
public, the following' pomroliorn
Lt-Colonel Roger St. Albin
Major Nerva Staco '\ '
Major: .. .
Capt Jean/Baptiste Hilaire
. Lt. Max Dominique
Sub-Lieutenant. AFkma n Fores-i
Adjudant Gabart Joseph.
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SSunday november 26th, 1I1
'.Sunday November 26th, 1961
!*-Lts. Jean Roger Augistin and
Guy Duchemin, engineers of the
Engineering Department of the
Forces Armnees d'Haiti just com-
pleted a several months study
in 'Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
***Victor Greger flew to New
York and Canada this week to
meet with Travel Agents and
ToUrs Conductors and Travel
writers in view of putting Haiti
/and the Hotel Choucoune on the
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TUGWELL URGES MASSIVE
ASSISTANCE TO LATIN AMERICA POOR
(Continued from page 4)
the slums of Caracas and other cities. He was unnerv-
ed 'by what he saw and heard. He is used to slums in
Puerto Rico 'where living for many families is very
hard. But there 'are agencies for relief; there is help
for the aged and the fatherless; practically all children
can go to school, and public B ousintg is spreading ra-
pidly. This is above or 'beyond the efforts at economic
development callculated to provide jobs. Tn most other
Caribbean cities, including ,Caraicas, the slum dwellers
simply stew. They 'have no expectation of 'any change.
SU N PAGE .S
There is never enough to ealt; there is a squa'bter's .
shack for a 'home. There are no schools for children.'
The u'ums 'grow around a 'city with apartments, hotels
and business buildings as fine as any in the world; and .
beyond them, uualllly on the hifis, thbre 'are thie randbh-.
'house palaces of suburbia. It is such a contrast as can-
.not ladt, and it will not. "
Then there are the universities. In Latin America7.- ,
these are more 'or less aulondomous and more or leads s
run by 'the students-some of whom are students afr
we know them 'amid some of whom are not. There -sar.-
usually a group of activists 'among them, far beyond|
the usual age, likely 'to have been attending a couti'se;
or *two for '10 to 15 years. They 'are allowed to stay oni
.because there i's no waly of getting rid of them. Thby'-'
are the ones who manage the mass movements we hear.'
about; land often they 'are a real thlrealt to existing in-
stitutions. Because -they are not held to any discipline, -.'
they 'recognize only that of 'superior force. It is a si.1-
tuation realdy-made for didoatorship.
What is the remedy?
We must extend massive relief of sudh 'a 'kind .as will
give 'the assurance of 'permanence 'and security; we
must organize a 'grand effort to train and open oppor.:i
tunities for the 'students who now riot 'and play, bust :'
do very little work. '%4
I speak of Venezuela. But variations of the- same6;i
situation somewhat better or somewhat worse -existW
elsewhere, with one 'or two notable exceptions, amongd 4
the ISouth 'add 'Centrall American ,states. For those':
around 'the 'Oaribbean, in ouIr own close neighborhood,
I suggest that we have a-special' responsibility to be :
met as an emergency.
To meet it, we ought to make use of the government-
all organization 'already in being, not sat up entirely.
new ones; and we ought to offer assietanice in agricul-.
ture, 'health, education and so in the same 'way that it
is done in the 'States. And Why dhlould we not admit,.
these neighbors to the social security system, or at
least to parts of it-freee, unltiLthby are able to pay.
To suggest giving aid on a scale so broad is at first. '
frightening. But a few years ago I added up what had'.
been spent on mission projects and sdhem'es over the
10 years- just past and discovered tiat the extension"
of state aids of the ordinary sort, several of the social -:
security t i t l e .s (exciudinig unemployment) and suoh -.
helps as School iuniches, ditribultion of surplus foodsd-t
and so-.on, would ibe no more-and might be less-cost-
ly than what we haad been doing.
The virtue 'of this 'sort of aid is its imnmediaJcy; and -.
time grows more important every imondh. Then too it
would go directly to those who need it most. It would.1-
not 'be filtered through 'diqpoamalts, 'bureaucrats, 'bank -
ers, 'conltradtors .and various other intermediaries.
True, certain standards, such as. we are used to in.
the States, would 'be ihiposid; and the same outcries''::
against foreign interference as we hear about Federal':
interference, would be heard. 'Some dictators and their-"
followers, who could not see 'any way to divert a ter-,::-
tain percentage to themselves might reject such. assi-
tance altogether; 'but that is l'es 'likely all The time.
The revdoultionaiy 'spirit is growing stronger.
A man whose family is hungry, and who 'has heard
about the Cuban reVdlultion, will not 'be put -off by the '
.prospect of savings and loan associations which will.
assist in building houses some day, by dams to furnish
future power, or by prospective roads and factories. .
But he will understand a school lundh for his children,
a 'social security 'dheck that can be 'spent at the store,
a farm loan that may enable him to raise 'a crop, or
even work on a simple job not 'beyond his powers.
I would -not argue that we ought to give up those
larger schemes we usually go in for, even the grandiose
power and heavy industry projects. 'But these are, after
aill, sedf-liquidatinig. We should get our money back
from them. What I would argue for is assurance to
many hopeless people that they have a good friend
who will stand by so long 'as help is needed.
SPA'E 14 HAI_ 1_N' Sunday November .6th,. .
PAGE 14 HAI iI N L
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Sunday November 96th, 1961 H A I [ 'SS U N-
ftf wL e Tep dj' NEW LATIN AMERICAN PROGRAM...
Lt e T.LL 6 J (Continued from page 1) enmment of Haiti. Members of
; N by Raul Prebisch, Executive Di- this mission, which is being car-
.'-, rector of the Economic Comnis- ried out under a Tripartite Com-
--Most popular hotel guest in town 1is Joyce Everson at the Chou- sion for Latin America. They mittee representing the UN Eco-
tune. She has a pop-corn popper which she use- on the porch hnd covered various aspects of the nomic 'Commission for Latin
asses the bowl around to everyone present. --Closest call of the coordination of the work of the America, the Ortganization for
eek was when motorcycle (license 188) trie4 to go thru the arch UN Agencies in the. new prdgr- American. States and Interame-
ront of the Touri Office with a large automobil. He ducked ammes of technical assistance rican Development Bank, have
front of theTourist Office with large automoband. econpmic aid to be under- already arrived' in Port au. Prin-
lrognd a column just in time; then stopped to see if he was still taken in Latin Americal under ce\ The relationship arid coor-.
| one piece. --Claude Martin is selling so much Miller's Hi-Life the Alliance for PrOgress and dination of the work of the.mis-
eer, he keeps running out of stock. -Helen Martin left for N.Y. the Pact of Punta del Este; pre- sion with the existing UN Pro-
a'st Monrday. She had "a sneezing spell while waiting for plane- paration of economic develop- grammes of the Technical Assis-
&me which she claims was caused by her allergy to going away meant plans by thel Latin Ameti- tance in Haiti was- thoroughly
out: e ---,.n de Dieu is the of one of the ,a- can countries. Programming discussed at the, meeting,.
S a .; work in Bolivia, Coloimbia, Haiti ..
Settles i4ow .hat .do you make of that one? --Tuesday after- and Uruguay s mentioned. The new gramming 'nis-
p,'' as -a headache T.- .-. Police 'Haiti
on. : was.aheadache. The Army and the Police The conference was informed sion in-Haiti whidh is going to
erG running' ii-tests for the fJig parade of thi, 19th!.., sirens that the i? programming mis-, assist the Government -in .the
aiming motorcycle escorts,' -etc:..--Commrentor -on the ,bad sion of the Alliance for Progress -preparation of a rational eco-
*.cans who seek foreign countries- to rook thq local gentry. eem had been requested by the Gov- nomic development programme
have forgotten the number ot bogus counts and no-accounts who .. .- ..
vg the U.S. every year to.live off the fat-heads, of the land. .'.. ____
orks:'both ways, you know. -In fact there are plenty of all -.a- A.
onaes. in etve country who are "taken, locally'- for sui kers .
berev-r they may,land. -Did. yod see that lIesized mahogany :'
te being hauled thru the, streetstby -a 'errdjboy las 'week?
had .e .-..'A of-v HAITI
sensation and -caused comme wherever the boy stopped ) L
1' fnute.-It had a very large 'triangular derriere and 'mne h .A 3.LL E y
0iWom. -~ice .teeAir Haiti Constellation .went-'ddwna HR A.MP-
.i.oveiong wit meat. they shipped n a B-25 Wednesday., B On U du41
t:-ftcan orily take about U,000 pounds 'as against' 28,000 in the' l
.-Je annette,. -,the boss at Reridee-Vous, when 'she arrives eulptures by PAINTIN 5 by
V.work, walks behind the bar and crosses herself before doing
anythingn g else. -Hy Gardner:; predicted rpid-week" thatthe "uexst 'R.TRAN.OIS .or
.*%ommie' mischi'e-making may make headlines but .of Haiti.? It r..T DuPERRIER., -V.G U"en u
:.An's right,, he'll be batting 100 per cent. He predicted the boys O u- L__L
!.*ho, popped into the Caserne some time back. -Other predictions ERRI
Sn-jclude a demonstration before the Ameribari*Embassy before a 1r ASZi M NCE a
". .".- A
iqar is out, but that 'one was made locally. -What was thai hyste lM
-oal tourist, lady so- iset about ihn the airport last Tuesday. crying ". "
.iN wanna go home. .'I don't like *i, here'?'.-Jacques Faubert ins- .
led an'air, conditioner i is home-'three weeks ago. He's still H 0 "
tin'to gti'the. Electric. C.'s okay to turn it on. *WIat's the '' :
-b J't' the" qtertime. -Jut read about wo new ,. '
'ways -.e one says, they're injecting meat tenderier "
"eo ee ,before the' kdll "em. .You'U soon be able to take ,
,' eak'nsurantae. Second js- that t*'r. 's a pew tprmp-"t'hei- '
iaht" t familiar. .it )It describes a new 'method which '
1 tiss e p pla, tant in futPre insecd control.
-..se lt ....ie.suchpess ^ f i' 'n -
'itaet.ullA j Jieru ess- 'fl-ei, mosqfuitoes and fruit flies
-tha ile "eggs.- ye-bye Shell-Tox. -The P.O. re-
atly re _m to ,e ia leler. designrited for a Bois Petate
: arkd." hois limn te '.'meaning, I guess, -off -Uimits for I t -
S^ .. ith ai, lo vag s *qt- funded, however. -The im-
vemls- &r r..the i Mich' (Exposition Grounds) are going* .... t'
.h A th e all by mys bea doesn't sdome d ell me ... thee
gs? The place has chai.x an .he' aa. the Jood i ,
of this world. Haitian m'enu,. excellent,'and served with a lair -
a led's dancing on Saturday nights in an intimee room inside,. Mr.
.,.tor is a warm host and his place is going to become all too ?
"Jglar. -Another place to beat the cfowd.to. See you there... --
KAY MAJOR :.
GOVERNMENT PERSONNEL CAN EXPEDITE
EM.PLOYnMlENT, ECONOMIC. RECOVERY
(Continued from page 5) .
cycle of civic negligence and irresponsibility;- per- -.
s such Government personnel is well-meaning but
ing.id the understanding of what their work means
he econdmy of the country. If some of our able .
taries of State could find a few hours to explain sa7-19
timte-objective of all the paper-work it could -
.'economic -e v-, -ery, : --.: .' ... :- ;' -
..:W- AJ't..- *- -''I* "t..-" ".*< I -
is headed -by Dr Paul Rey
varez, a distinguished and.
economist from Uruguaty, -wl
many years of service in
UN .Econonic! Co-nmisgion j'Z
Latin America, the OASa'.e
now thie Interamerican DVb'hl
ment Bank. -
The mission 'is expected
spend 6 months in Haiti ann
first help HaitiAh econonhV'gg
making an, evaluatior.oi
tuation ard -Of.the.perspav
of development, and if'prep
a two-year pro'gramfme of! as
ance and reforms. At"the.'
and it" will assist in -lav
appropriatee planing iadet,
ground woverk for the preDpakr
and'execution of"' I
development, p]ah 'The!- 'Tii-
-includes 14 members, sui
whom are- from .the UN
-rest from OAS and IDan Itr
. announced at the Santialg
ference that Mr Riahart'"-
been designated to adt .as'
horiic. Ad iser:'t- the pl ,
mrnission but he will continue
serve as Mte UN, ]epresentt
of the Technical A ss i"s t a
Board and Director of .'
cial Fund Programmns ,intl
country. The wbrk ofiHe'J
ning mission Svwill be cs6i
prdinatpd with that Jf UNI-t
SOM and other xpertsia
in Haltd. These technicianswij
contribute their knoIvledg
the work to. be unddrtakde
Haitfan 'economists .and '.IVrA
virez' mission under" appr pi
ate arrangements which are-,IE
ing made In order to achieve-fi
best utilization of all availahl
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=OEING TE CARAMELLE... Lu s. EILLk
Swiss Industrial Etng.... I
(Continued from page 1) .
distant to the Director ofi Organi-
zation and,Planning.of the Nes
,tl!e Company,. Vevey, Switkir-
laed. Earlier, he was a Visiting.
Professor in the School of En-
gineering at Stacford Universit:.'
commercial instrument firm in
San Carlos, ,alifornia and a-
teachinT g aad research- astistant-
at. Pidue University, Lafayette
'Vri. sifdschedler, h 'o I i.
holds"Wa 'Mechanat fEngineering
.. degree from the -Federal'. Insti-
e,..13- French Travel Akenits a. they were greeted, by Jean.' tute of Technology in Zuricl, 'nd
Sa e$ SalesI Mhnager :of _PAN AM and Andy Andersoen,'-Manbager a Maste of. ..Science degree aind
e therland T s,at the airport here Thursday aftern9opi.. a-Ph. D. in Industrial Engineor-
'". "" ... inng frim Purdue nLyersity.
S.. P RIVE-1
'(Co tinued f nr om- page. )- ... ". -i. ..' ,
ud from page:.5)i-:-. .who,. hpre ..onstant empl6yrne day Dee. .
,'oinrtable. rus smooth af th~ Cri be. track, ad an tsn-
X.,dri kes for a vep ple si specified number ofi others. h-*
'oen*ig. have fbtd itha- they baan. imake A
are sornefify by beingg her eery Starng.
M ..a. ..; '"1". .. "..... .ae .
'!f i ... mad.- g.S-am bets. Fred MaeC
a C.IN INj -iore.an 'ps e' e. or maoe Dor-r
ay vemer il" iodamatioin a' able., .' on. the;. From bth qaof
S: HO .MI.t, .- b .' ,et but Mr- rche aus e t s':
S -. that's .next A. ith e AgendL ofi. .. spie,
corbet Paticla resi FOR THE on!
1'e Leotovi "h "Alan Bue .Good clean furl3 the dog ra: uspns
etory .of aW].sychotidc kil ing trkid shduldcatch With
.i*shac4e.Leyi6s will -see it theHaitia puhlieA nmho o
ui stunned mind wo n tv' or ~ o eveIg it un.j
it.. A blpodcpurdlihg fil mer than worth the pice.. of
uodd by :illianib Castle, a dif. "-.
0 1. fitst"''. q u al Ayeaat
lielesare. and .lRueA u jre t the' baow
V -. '. r
."bsd+::..-Ba5 ,, ou .des "n,
". -.- ne.t o4.1a .the bas
S....bags) cud G s: .per 50ob (Mini
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FOUAD A. MOURRIA -
Avenue Jean-Jacques. Dessalines
LE CON-'INENTAL StORE Rue Bonne Fo
W M A R AM.Z
iii' :-; <.
MISS CRYSTAL M. TH-OMPSON HEI
(Continued from page 1U) the blessing of theO.Weds in
Ran cho Orchesta. conducted by sence of "li.hop : ind. i
Edner Guignard. thea attendatlis of the c'
Thursday mor ii at 10:00, mony- at the. El -Rancho. .
after the Thanksgiving Mass, "
at the Episcopalian Church Fa-. John H. Sprague"and:.4
their. Gerald Carnes: perforcned .'shail-.l e' vingin ,Nebiw':vY
,' ....; .
'R EVERY OCCASION The'Wo
-..-les-.Presses de HAITI SUN,,.. Ave. Marieea e "Cite de positionn --Po.. Prince
2, !' I;mvpnBim r les" Presses de HAITI SUN Ave. Marie-Jeanne -- Cite de IExpositdon Poa an Prince.
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