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Haiti sun ( January 29, 1961 )

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Material Information

Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: January 29, 1961

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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00296

Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00015023/00001

Material Information

Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: January 29, 1961

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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00296

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an nd tec"ra' lishe~d copper-fronted. doors atu-l viiti -
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being edt ot --Fmom Graing 1M.Ve Misouri,
... .h Gseek sh. p -S-Iaxos en- Bill Merkle -has Presin atid" '
...1~~1* venYeas O Wok drin interview with .t1he
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.harf .hortly afterwards. Forty- Commercial Bank. The result
N mamma iglht hours later she steamed of -his work will culminate t5-M
..away w.ith foaras q" copper morrow morning when the firstidy
ra Forin, or, nher holds Seden first cTistomers make their way t,
e A~~uni Survy *u ex lsh~sipmeiPiher years the neat copper finished tellers4
a. --a tio.of A. new asy- lfr George H de o ok c... .-., cages.
orime wi be car- eief -of the Iogist sTI of Concentrated in the plant of
ried out at -Beuadet 'ba MVarch 10. the Tlnteramenicani tie Sir- Sedre~n at Meme, Terreneuve, Working with Mr Merkle here
The institution was visited last vey. Panama, is e tar- ,the centrate was p -.d since early December has b.en
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rti daS byDr Jacqu s Fa:r- riveinFort o a"- om" P lips B .6... -f Ne, T. rk er .. d J. Connally..and he ex-.-
cand ad h be the uary 1st. - iSnow on va o Yok. pects to remain at the
er Welar Iitue Staying hee fr ximately hania, Japan, where it will be bnce it gets underway. Williat
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InPRmaebNT eL AD AN 4toped
"This- '.. PRESIDENT GUARDSMAN-WED
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afi-t ;i iaicd despite' the fre
ul- at~o news-catching polificH
yl~at alwayss :serln, .-S
r when a boom ..eason is- i
ht, a -constant stream; alth-
ough siall of sun seeking tour-
sts-.with a- taste for- Halti's" pri
r mitive- difference have beaten
:i~ hewway 'Soth li from New York
i. at, i-dylli vacation;,
nt '. i, .em 'e Haiti's t6 ist:
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Signing tie mrtritae register are new y .ved.s eatenanto
'ayss of the Presidentiar Guard and the former Mileo Magl ya
ud, Conaander Claude Raymond was. bestmnan and Mrs...1

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UIn Haiti This week

AS RECOUNTED.



AUBELIN JOLICOEUR,
HONEYMOONER'S WEEK
-Honeymooners Ralph and Eleanor Colegrove ot New York me
Maurice and Byna Wayne at El. Rancho. 'They called it the mos'.
wonderful week of their lives. Englishman Maurice Wayne, a whole
saler in truck parts from Detroit Michigan arrived'here Sunda,
January 15 in company with lovely blonde wife Byna, and werl
met at the Airport by. peo Deslandes, Head of AVIS RENT-A-CAR'
Maurice owns a Trade Publication in London.
Ralph H. Colegrove, a Salesman for Champion Paper Co of Nev
York honeymooned here with his stunning blonde wife Eleanor o
January 20 for three days. Eleanor, a panduriform beauty, is .
Sales Representative for a different paper company in N-w York
-Young Accountant Robert Stillman of Brooklyn and wife Jo.yc
also were honeymooners here last at the El Rancho.
-"You see what it costs me to be a good wife," said very sadlb
lively blonde Polly Jordan of Philadelphia, "I am having a marve!
is time here and I called my husband to tell him how wonderfi
Haiti was and ha asked me to come baEk home. Polly Jordar
wife of the U.S. Bridge Champion, Robert Jordan of Philadelphi:
has spent ten days at El Rancho. She was travelling along wit'
prominent Lawyer, Mrs Priscilla Root and her gentilee fille"
Stisane, a writer for TODAY'S LIVING published on Sunday b.
the New York Herald Tribune. Mrs Priscilla Root has been coming.
here for twelve years. Her dressmaker is Mrs Alexandre Celesti
of Port au PTrince. She has brought here her very good fren,.
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Pply who:efu*ed to4" qe"plty toutr
... p l sde ri'c'ti'ed t -,her ',--
All deeeriptions, said 1oby before she fl- ba" haoe oM rT -
husband w-'ho just broke the world record, in bridge. The: tree.
S- -- Vt dee sotow the many-
charmirig ladies -were guests at Ef Rancho. .- er ,
-Pr odiinent DrIrving A. -Glas s.of New York, Cty and-his rra'-
vissant%,f4 i e". Isabel ..are- cu~reftly honieymoning a.. .the El h .w.e
Rapcho. Isabe is on her secondd trip here. She visited fHaiti for othe, our.ea4 to0,
'Trst'ti:ie 1956 and she insisted that her husband bringr her,2 Ic(,,4 %l ,
'hlr or liePiyohymoon:,'he is Chief of Promotioni hndlMetr.i .n... omas' pr.t, t
dising' department of HARPER9S -BAZAAR.. This' lovely couple to cot.rnmengcea rlo7g.o. f-
staying ten days in Haiti. -Zia s. s-ip 'ith.41s:1-cqn."
-Mr Albthur Gelfont Executive of SUPERI'OR FISH CO' of Phi- iCuset \. -
ladelphia was introducing here last ;v.eeke.d .MrMilto Winocur 9 ,t t'e, .
also of SUperior Fish Co. Art Gelfonr is- fekient .viior here where .the. 'i onhis.4
his company does business with Fruits Ud' Mer- direted. -by, Pierre tr o ic '
ludicourt and Guy Clerie. Superior' Fish Co. is th 4lgest .fish les..-. .i"'.,
buyer in the World. Mr-'Winocur was very excit d Bo6ut. is":o er's pissngaw
journ in Haiti, " : :
-Dick TuA'eene Manager of. the .-Anerican Tram .rine. AT Ter- s.
of New Yo6k.djr'ald'...his 'jole" and, "petite." wife Mapdyw'e4e r i
horieymooa te Ibb Leio this weak ek
-Yo ,iew, el 'retailer Hrry eejesow'and hi -"belle' Afiita:,'th decefled
of Ney Yoik oft.o att. PrAc'e- gretfully. ifter a th.reenday-- .t. _? . t.. 71--l t
journ t he. El Rautho. They re married a. few weeks a a Z -` -.td'.r_.
were :on akind oL ext'6ded ;honeymoon. *' :- .. ;'
-Barly. Sakulsky, -a .lal student. of '. Ve' jnn..-.j .,, :
'charmante- femniie' pext four deays" `Irtautif ve KfiL
their honeymoon, tr9Vi "'Caribbean. ": .
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Mrs W ved Monday as a nno' l cd b. l .'-'9of' "
er-in-lawdi W9M .J s R W of Whitestcne1S_. 5r tp.edof
Webes, full of joie de vivre saikfd here on board of .he Cse ship.da
the EMPRESS OF ENGLAND, in company vitb fr.eno, Mrsl.... I n:.teH-al" e
Kreitzer. The- two. lively ladies. were entrainced wilh the"cbalms0 r : '.;.* s
of the Country. They plag a long Visit soon.i o..:h ".- ...mins'D" .ntn .
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ti c.-eee suggh6,"-n, (U, aume1-.rie this eruel, i ,ut be futifi sport fo
.,reo l, tba u tet -.t -.oinpa .ied iss d ofaiti. .e. stated,.
~&t~1~heappeite u-T he-Dglmjsffaxt
si voaw n[sn.'mti. Ho if1atis 961-,Queen, to &. Uiainu-wtc.a ,me that"- he
,-...r. ,Col om bi a. -contest. for h'r i ring ..bul h re rtromn
m ', k s :t'ib !"-''. : .13 .

huii tghti' 4 '-. t .Otle ,sugar Cane Queen spain an.: =Col o-mbbia a-nad
Far-somhe yr astisco hil iClobia tW Hat t.i. cital to accommodate the
y hahd-d forM b bull fig~i jotfrlikt-id ttervie ewet the fights and tl)e spcctat rs.'
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ai the.populace ha've t gCullD1omi6gun, aid. vitnessed D.inpingu f .-etur. ed to- Spain-
..s' 'org.ized a qirc .ite g' s ei'elr..bulL fights wllh result. 41er a successul card of- bull
ween tw ae iemiri or his iturto-JIaiti full of gts during the Call festal
boie Sa rt g a bsm for he sport and its but refused t re a' pinin
i. of I .T o Ied . blls and .. - "as nto the *capabilities "of his
(s lakingit the eariest tre.s e King of bh bul, lghters Lws brother-in-lav Order.ez-. 'hti Do-
n atclt the ectau1ar resduts Don-iguin,n during an intei ew m.inguin.- considerst Ordenez as
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ut, a.cordt to re porteie w DaitmDc, told tI- repor.ter his greatest rival gives the ans-
d Da.um bull fighting as that i li were granted .pierrnis wver to :the latter's skil.
,- -, -- As .to the skill o.f Domingrun
.-.i dsel?, l .the butl -ghters at
Cali placed .the-star in the. same
-class. as the world famous Ma-
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is -not on.-good terms ,wtg .the Spain. and the world's top Toreador, Luis Miguel Dominguin,. ta
writer Erg.st Hemingway .(an ess in his hotel bed before f A biig the bulls during an af-erooA'.
a4id fan"o. f the. sport,).-it was rt s e.a
I'eifingway wv h ac owletliged bul fight' in Call, Colombia. Nex't-o Dominguin is Jaime Ostos,
thirt Dodn in was '4a- cais ars fellows torero, 'and Haitian journalist Gerard Daumee. -'-
and extraordihary.:bul.l ter." - "
Duiring..theCali contest or-the" .- --- --
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S Sugar Cane Qdeen_ Titld
the- contest .was undoubtedl. e the '
"llghlight'- of the festival -- 'but
Ui( bull Yghts came-close to a--
king away that distinction. The
&lbulthung,&Wo liiles out' frorm.
the v.beautifutz ci', hel cap- i-
ity girowed. bf 45,000 ido each- of
.he fights.-'a- -'
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- : .. .. ..- .thie bull .igit.ibaus they 'kept
f' -t'h -- '- -. L.u i, gel o ingun aw ke
oThef -lo aof t to 9-p buI fI E r. ott at -igh' 'c by s ltidnjg if-der his,
a ,d bil. th .pnlard rego e.... m '" w. ,- "indov t r, .s and smi gm"
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DECREE
PRONOUNCES
TORTUGA
HOSPITAL '
PUBLIC UTILITY IuoNDA JAN


.7' A decree issued by th
Government journal "L
teur' 'on Jan. 12, 1960 an
that the- hospital of Noti
des Palmistes has been
a public utility and as
exempted from paying
For the past eleven y
1;'.'. Father Roger Rin
stall of dedicated hosp
clinic workers have tended
sicknesses' and religious
L of the thousands of peop
on Ile de la Tortue,
home of the infamous
hood of pirates.
The decree printed in
niLeur" states:

DECREE
According to Article 91
Constitution;
According to hi' Law
-1. 1921 on the2 "Re.coiin
d Linlite Pibliquc;
,' '-]iii,.' '.: 1 th.. the N
n, d.- Palmrnisles hospi t
dcrl h; 1 ih( Rcev. Father
Rn.,iin T.ijI.ug island. p
with .i rinil, purpose in
luilman sulcring:; therefo
piope:r to declare it a
utility, in order to enjoy
n efit from the rights th
fer the civil personality.
On ,the report of the Si
of State of Interior;
And the advise of the
of Secretaries of State;
DECREE:
Art. 1.-Notre Dame d
mLstes Hospital is declare
blic utrliht.. From the, pul
of this article in the M
this organization will en
rights attaches a) of ci
:onalily.
Art. 2.-The present
will be published and e
at the diligence of the Si
of State of Interior.
Given in the National
Port au Prince', January
1961. *
Dr. Francois DUVA
For the President:
The Secretary of State
Interior and National De
Dr. Aurele JOSEPH.


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Le Moni-
nnounced
re Dame
declared
such is
taxes.
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ed to the
s needs
le living
onetime
brother-


6:00-Test Pal
7:00-Evening


7: u3-Weatner report
7:06-Children's program: Cartoons -
7:25-The Mistery of the River Boat (Ep. 13)
i-45-Telenews fist edition) Review of the day's events
:00---Dances & Varieties
:.30--The United Shoe Association S. A..., the most modern"shou
factory in the Caribbean presents its program: "Highway
Patrol" starring Broderick Crawford.
L.00-Telenews (2nd edition) Summary of the late news presented
by the Esso Reporter -
9:05-The Voice of Firestone presents "TV Concert Hall", pro-


WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY -1st, -1961:


6:00--Test Pattern -- Mlusic (Records) .
7:00-Evening general program schedule
7:03-Weather report
7: 06--Cildren's program ,
7:45-Telenews (1st edition) Review of the day's events
8:00-Program sponsored. by "La Maison Victor Saliba" 'RADIO
PATROL (Ep. 6th) ..
8:30-Man of the week -: ..


gram sponsored by the Firestone Interamerican Co. 9:00-Telentws (2nd edition.) Summary :of the late ncws :
e 9: 35-Celebrities in Literature & Art 9:05--Western Theater -
10:00-Close of program National Anthem 0:00o-Close of program National Anthem

0 of the TUESDAY Y JANUARY 31, 1961 - THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2nd, 1961

of July 6.00---Test Pattern Music IRecords) 6:00-Test Pattern Music (Records) "
7.00-Evening general program schedule 7:00-Evening general program sbede '- "
7:03---Weather report -7:03-Weather report -
onie D- 7.0.3-Children's program a) A children's story b) Cartoons; 7:06--Children's program: a) A Children', -pgogam; b) Cartns.
al, 'folin- -
r Rogern c) A Western 7:45-Teleiews -(Ist edition) Review- of L day's events .
proceeds ,7.15-Telene's (1st edition Re.iet of the day's events 8:00--"Have Gun.Will Travel" sponsored e byae M & Cofstritc-
assisting 8:00-Programme Special de la Legation d'Allemagne -Presen. tionCor, S. A:k -
:re it is ted by Gerard JoUbois 8:30-Telecinema -
public 9: 00-Esso Reporter
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10:00-Closeof program NaftidonalAnthem
secretary FRIDAY FEBAUARY 3rd "1 .
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A '/ ," -7: 03 -Weather report ..-
les Pal- 7:06-Child.fs program: a) Children's story; b) Cartoons
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blication J OUWUAU 8:00-The Ford Show: "A la Recherche de Talents"
loniteur. DaiFeasa ,-s 8:30-"Pour vous Mesdames", cooking show presented by Miehe-
joy the
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civil per-
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decree .- 9:05-Musical Show '"
e\xecuted aA" CMA'a"a i 9:30-Special programri of Pa A"ierican World .Airwayd a'
secretary 10:00---Close of program Natioal Anthemn .


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S A I.T I" S.U. N ESSO IN HAITI
qMJ UI IANUIAGE NWBPAPE
CommultWeely Publishd Sunday Morning Mr Gary Sisler of Baltimore N
EdItor-Publier BERNARD DIEDERIClI arrived in -Hiti to take up his Y<
Geant-Reosipaible AUOcLAIB LABIS IERE P u first foreign post as assistant SI
S* to Mr Alfred Splllett, Manager 2l
.. MEMBER OF THE INTE-AMERICAN PRESS ASSN... to M Al ed S et Manager 2
ESTABLISHED IN i KENNEDY SPEECH of the Esso Standard Oil Co.,
." -' :"--.."-" The Editor n
-' ""-Haiti Sun
S COULD -Dar 'i 't Here as- replacement to Ward "
PINEA LE INDUSTRY COULD DeA word of thanks t you and Rowley, who was in this coutnry a
BLOOM ON BAUXITE LAND forxcelent newspaper for pu- f 2 and a half ears and re- 1
blishing the full text 'of John F. cently received a transfer to
LuS. pineaplplee, grown, by RJeyno ds Haiti Mines or. Kennedy's inaugural address lTrindad, Gary Sisler is presen-
an experiment. l basis at -their Sauxite farms above (washington, Jan. 20) 1 W Hstaeng at the rSans Sout
MIira g e, wre exported to New York Mlat year a His -message was of wastee in- Baltimore in two months time
old -at.ja-p prKS. terest to the Caribbean drea and for his wedding.
Reyolds senit me 50,000 of t4e--fruit to the Uni te> .Haiti.,and indicates that during
statess and9.0ome pinepes E w adlao sent to the Paan his term of office as, the 35th -
-J<^ i -ki.- *,/ *ie^ gxnnwning. ii a rifed out on President of the United States : -
ama hftirkelLt As the growing. was carried out on esdent of the nite State of weapons and the turning to
e"or no profit,.- he intends initiating new con-
comparatively -all basis their was litie or no profit s..f aid-o te- ailing and science for'a better life, beco-
b rt tlhia. experiment proved. ithat not only can Hait- nedy peoples of .this and other mes a reality then thie earth
grow cduxpet.itivly fine pinealpples there is a reads aBeas. wil be a far happier place on
market for tlhem dode byy in the snowbound U.S. Eat If all at Kennedy states in which todwell.
Coast. his address e.g. the quest for Let us hope that this event-
We .ave Lred the Reynldsompany doesn' peace, new cooperative ventu- uates,
Wea havept eiaed.ttthe Reynoldswngopa.nydopesn' res, help to break the bonds of I remain,
want to become invdved it'tihe growing of pineapple mass misery, the putting aside HOPEFUL. HAITIAN
Thi, oa coumre, is ntiiall %a.r they are a mining corpo
ration, mnot a fruit tarn The company however is an-
xious that he ,growing of pinealpipes be carried, on ano
to this.u'ae Iha.ve-'.been 'idaQiz'g talks with peoph nhAyt'hing up to 20 or 30 dlollaPs just with a little shop-
v'ho know the pinmeip ie grown field and Wbo mnigh .ping for souvenirs, taxis, restaz-ant lInch and tips etc
he itereated in carrying on their cultivation. So a multiplicaJtion of that conservative 10 dollars
The pineapples would be grown on land from i hici %y.2,000 (the nmmiber of-tourists on the four ships and
Bauxite has already 'been extracted for shipment 'U disregarding crew members') would give the highly
alumnifium fatctories in Texas. Land that the company musical sounding sum of 20,000 dogars.
dows not epect 'to- uSe ifor some years would' elso bsi
utiized for thI cultivation of pim eagles. cky to 1 of
.t is.a..well- a~M t h* this country ould noten lucky to
hpto S y w n d idu". stri in othe' those 20,000 dolaits on Wednesday because the tour-
hope to compete wilh old established industries in othelits were very very conspicious by their albsense. Thost'
paro Ike world b the field v aonedi 4iPles vho braved the streets of the capital were mostly from
ut t'herfe isn 6 t~s wy--bflaiti could not join withthe T-L Fndh vesselAtilles. -
best on the fresh pineapple market, especially on the
United Sa)tes U.S. ababard nrkelt.. Bag. wen 20,000 do s just ike ht. Need a
Something must be done with 'the -lanMdfrom which 9Bei tt 20,000 doqlaJs just like that. Need any
further reasons be given why Haiti must put its ,bese
Reyncdids -MineIs extrdaoJt ome 400,000 obtons of Bauxite ,ot rward for toui m? -M
annually. Witty not turn this lIad into fields of money -
earning pineapples for they aie a. fruit for Which there
is a never-endig dh ini'd. -

TOURIST LOSSES BECOMING ACUTE N ,
New,-Se
No' matter whft bias been daid, or remains to tb
said, concerning third dountrys waning touiridt trade
one &adit stanida outg'garli ly clear iawah day of dis .
.. added tourist means a, big. monetary loss for Haiti Je
This is a grim situation when it is considered ;dha
ioturiasm is the Republitc's second biggest money earner
a dra card not to be wantonly al bandoned..
That100ll busineag is suffering. cannot be .denied bu
It is ikteetilg sht it nto just how mud, .
-the cap l'& giIt hops~, .tour- ageicies,'hotels, -. taxis AND JEWEL RC
adid dt e telo.ing at a-raipid andi ever inireas-

: --. '-~ ,a -, .e~. i ON SALE AT TH
a 'P z' w p simple, ;'grak i E
exaampieI'ourrent losse.'being inleu-red O- .d-h
,buriaehips Wer e- in port. Th Veneuel o ths .
ne; lofmjoL'L Nrvegi -Line; -An-
', ;. .,i.4' f ^ .and th Biea of e Atla ti -r -

;J -te t ; .:.. -- x In
W kit l^iWaQhtg^t^p Q p (e. Now, anyone PE RE-
.,,i ,.a.. Ver... ed-. a ,m-6 and especiao.hly i h .. l
V 74tihetrade, w.ilk,-gI t dri a day aes:hbreJ,. i -_...
TOTemeigno animty ,e.d tio i a visitor wiN 4ptd 1 --
least 10 d .,Ofm e, -) ,it pobalily .
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Piracy


Main

Somewhere out in the Carib-
bean gunfire and "swashbuck-
ling" cries gave rebirth to the
17th century practice of piracy."
72 Portugese rebels, under the
command of Henrique M. Gal-
vao. seized control of the pas-
senger liner "Santa Maria."
Thus on the infamous Spanish
Main shades of Blue Beard,
Capt. Kidd and even Henry Mor-
gan, were recalled all in mo-
ments as the insurgents shot and
killed their way to command of
the 600 passenger cruiseship
owned by Compania Colonial de


Navegacao. Portugal.


turns To Spanish

The United States immediately
This act of piracy, which to j- labelled the act as piracy but
ched off a sensational search by reversed their opinion later in a
three nations and a flood of sto- "retreat" which was not at all
ries around the globe, brings favored by Portugal who stated
back memories of the days when "the machine guns false pass-
the French Brotherhood of Pi- ports (by which Galvao and his
rates took over lie de la Tortue. band managed to get aboard the


off Haiti's Northern coast, as a
base for their nefarious plund-
erings of Spanish ships wending
their way past the island rdpu-
blic of pirates.

Galvao and his band of Portu-
gese insurgents also recall the
da.s of the "Mutiny of the Bojn-
ty" for, like the Rogue Williiam
Bligh, wounded crew members
of the Santa Maria were cist
adrift in mid-ocean in a sm -11
boat to make their way ashore


at St Lucia.


A VISIT TO Sand Cay

THE WORLD'S MOST SPECTACULAR
CORAL REEF
IS A MUST

The BARRACUDA II leaves the Casino
f Pier daily at 10am and returns at 1pm. 0(
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Santa Maria l and grenades were
paid for with communist funds.
Portugal's allies have got to
face squarely up to the internal
tional implications of the situa-
Lion. The great powers cannot
-wash their hands of the affair
like Pontius Pilate."
If the charge of piracy is
maintained then the 72 "pirates"
are likely to incur the time ho
nored punishment of "hanging
by the neck until dead."
Two American and one British
%warship, together with US ar-
med forces planes, started a
search for the missing ship as
soon as word was received from
the Santa Maria and its new
Captain Galvao. that the crui-
seship had been taken over. It
was thought at first that the ship
might be making through the
Caribbean for a Brazilian port
but Thursday a US Navy pilot
flying a Neptune P-2V located
the ship by radar and later clo-
sed over the ship to- take a se-
ries of photographs which pro-
ved the vessel to be the seized
Santa Maria.

When located the Santa Maria
was about 900 miles East of
Trinidad and steaming at .ap-
proximately fifteen knots. The
pilot blinker signalled to the cap-
tured ship and was answered
with a message giving the radio
frequency of 2182 kilocycles for
communication. .
The pilot of the Navy Neptune,
24-year-old Daniel L. L. Krauss.
established voice contact with


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Blue Bonnet Grade-B 8.59 or 42.50 Gdes.-
Blue Bonnet Grade--C 5.80 or 29.00 .Gdes
Discount of $.830 cents or 1.50 Ode. by 1001b sack pn
any purchase made directly from the Rice Mill at DE-
SEAUX (Artibonite Valley).
Discount of 4 per cent on purchases of 20 sacks or
more of rice.
TO BUY ODVA RICE IS TO. BUY
HAITIAN PRODUCED RICE
TO BUY HAITIAN PRODUCTS IS TO.
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following article sho Vs When the grade steepened, Jie course to train them to produce
mention and efforts being twisted the throttle and increas- i stream of new literature in
'y various groups in this ed the sharp staccato of his ex- Xreol.
:uad the United States hausts. Leaping eagerly up the When Simon became well ac-
literacy to Haiti. slopes and round the curves, fil- quainted with the group he dis-
e story explains, literacy ling gorges and valleys with covered there weie eight Haitian
date, been slow in its echoes, both machine and rider pastors, two seminary students,
n here "but the constant suggested the u r g e n c y that :our Haitian Point Four leaders
I those mentioned in the brought thirty-three persons to- and twelve American missiona-
" letter are gradually gether for three'weeks of study ries among them. The staff con-
the headway needed to and work. listed of W. Lloyd Shirer, dean,
laitians on the road to Wheeling into the Youth Host- Marion Van '-;.Horne, Frances
)n, health Mad an impro- el, at an elevation of -1600 feet, Warfield and Leslie Sayre from
\. of life. he received a warm welcome the New York Lit-Lit office, and
he three week Writers' from Pastor Lloyd Shirer and his Mr and Mrs Fritz Fontus, in-
ip in Haiti. Dr Leslie C. staff. Soon, the fellowship with terpreters from Haiti. -
Lit-Lit's Secretary for other aspiring writers made him Simon, like everyone else .in
on, reports on "alphabe- know he was part of a project the workshop, felt the exhilara-
that dared to meet the challen- tiori and inspiration that come
Simon kicked his mo- ge of the Haiti Literacy and Li- from a mountain top experience.
into life, and took off terature Committee. Anticipating The keen air made hard work
the crowded steamy thousands of new readers as a enjoyable. Vast panoramas make
of Port au Prince toward result of a country-wide literacy the commonplace poignant. The
rntain village of Kenscoff campaign, the committee issued plight of peasant -farmers beca-
iti's Writers Workshop. a call for writers and set up a me apparent as they could be


qeen. clinging to.. almost 'prgen practice.- th.. professional whit--
dicufar pitches6 ggrubbing ,out a er and impress.,uppn.. all the
living- of fifty dollars. a,-year highest standards: of excellence.
with short-handlpd hoes. Th'6 IMiss Van Horne st- ball points.'
voodoo driiumbeat throbbing on to writing 'news items in proper-
clear mountain .air insistently journalistidc style, stories for
emphasized the place of super- children 'designed' to fit age
station, fear and illness among grpupi.charkcteristics,. and' book- .
Ihe peasants. '-. lets on p.r.dtical :problems -for..
But :beyond the ranges other ftiwly 'literate people, Few. will'.
symbols promised-a better life. ever forget her "who, what, why,
,The Albert Schweitzer Hospital when and-where." -
offered modern medicine. The Simon...carme expecting to. hear
Point Four -agricultural develop- of .problems and confidefit of fin-
ment in the -Artibonite Valley ding answers. He was disturbed :.
showed farmers a new way of to find. there were- also .oppon-
life. The Peligre Dam. with its ents. A Haitian critic, said, ."I
impounded lake called out for can't work with youth infliteracy.
more action "Hirness 'my hy- Theoronly reason you teach peo-8.
dro-electro potential; let. there pie i "to help-, them .read the, .
be light and -industry." Bible." -- ;' .-
Every person felt the urge to A -clear ansWver came' in a -;
write. "For whom do'.we write?" list of subjects, that interpreter "
Miss Warfield. asked, Fritz. Foitus drew up as essen-,4
"For people," th6 a n s w e r tial to the betterment of life in
came 'back. "We must write to Haiti. *In studyihg them" -Simon ,
inform, to inspire, to motivate found that -eighteen concerned
our own people." Miss Warfield- communitL. development.
opened the door to the life and (Coulined on. page 13).'


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Sunday January 29th, 1961 PAGE (J


"HAITI SUN"


Lionel Duran


( Continued Irom page 1)

was a man deeply respected by
those who knew him. His em-
plo;. ees, Newsweek, gave his
death a three column obituary
entitled "Epitaph A Report-
c'." Hiis death and obituary was
,also recorded in the "Overseas
Press Bulletin."

Speaking of Durand's persona-
lity Newsweek stated "To all the
. men and women of Newsweek,
and to the mountain climbers
,ii- statesmen, the actors, art-
;st,., writes, teachers, singers,
diplomats, and elevator operat-
ors .whoI counted themselves his
bi rends, Durand was more than
: first class reporter. Hb was
lridness. iesrourcefulness, gene-
r'-t',y. humor and courage -and
tho.e are the qualities for which
he will be missed.


Recording the Haitian journal-
ist's life and death the Ameri-
can internationally read maga-
zine said of Lionel Durand- t

DUIIAND PARIS PROCEED
ALGERL COVER VIOLENCE
FOR FRIDAY FILE.

Between this curt instru'lion
and the thousand-word cable that
re ac h e d NEWSWEEK's New
York office a month ago, there
was a time of tear gas and rio-
ting and e agony of French-
men sho0owg Frenchmen. The
st:rletis of Algiers had gone out
into the street to protest Prest-
dent De Gaulle's decision to let
Algeria decide its own future.
the MIoslenms of Algeria h:id pou-
red forth from the Casbah to
cheer for independence. The gen-
darmes fired on both, and in the
no man's land between rioters


d Dies


and police, a tear-gas shell burst
at the feet of a tall, U.S. news-
man, That man was Lionel Du-
rand. 39, NEWSWEEK's Paris.
bureau chief, doing his job -
as he always did- in the thick
of the news.
Coughing and spluttering, Du-
Iand carried on, taking notes.
Afterward, he half walked, half
ran to a cable office several
miles away. His report told how
he had gone into the hate-laden.
Casbah to interview Moslem lea-
ders. He did not mention the
damage to his lungs.
Modest Man: That, of course,
%was typical of correspondent Du-
rand. For Durafid was a modest
man -with nothing to be mod-
est about he worked all over
the %world- in the Nruled States
where he headed the French sec-
tion of the "Voice of America;"
in the Middle East and Africa;
in Moscow. where in 1957 he
was one of the first Western
newsmen to talk to Nikita S.
Khruschev. During World War
II, he fought in the Resistance.
Of all the big news figures he
knew, perhaps the closest to him
was his painter friend Pablo Pi-
(Continued on page 12)


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" HAITI s bUN"


Sunday January 29th, 1961


Lionel Durand Dies


(Continued trom page 9) amazed his colleagues. He was
casso. When NEWSWEEK print- a painter of quality, he played
ed a picture story on Picasso's a wicked guitar, he had studied
exhibition in London, the great at the Sorbonne, Heidelberg, and
artist supplied his own captions Oxford, he spoke Russian,' Ger-
to go with Durand's photographs. man, Spanish, and Italian as
"I did this," explained Picasso, well as French and English. One
"out of friendship for Lionel." day, he flew to Spain for a bull-
Durand's 'ange and depth fighting story;, the next, to Ge-


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was always polhtes. In 1957.
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house. out of poeier, it sensed
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first to report that De Gaulle
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Still iolr-ing the de Gaulle
',. D[u'arid bade an reioir to
i. w .ie, Irene, and 8-.ear-old
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niment Ute rioting in Algiers
HL wetuined to the Paris bureau
:-dhausted, tile tear gas hating
kidded to the strain he liad be.en
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Then. on Frida. night, his last
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PAGE 14


The Haitian Drama

EDITORIAL IN THE NEW YORK TIMEt


An outsider can only stand and look at the Haitian situation with
at sense of helpless dismay. The tragedy of that beautiful island
began when the French imported slaves from Africa in the eight-
eenth century and the tragedy has never ended.
Independence brought no relief from the essential status of
slavery of the masses of the people. They lived through the nine-
teenth century, and are still living, in a state of widespread pov-
mrty, ignorance and disease. Their governments have, sith the
brielest interludes,- been corrupt and inefficient, or tyrannical.
A social imbalance has persisted of a small, educated and reia-
li ely wealthy mulatto class and the masses who are poor, illi-
t[crate and black.
The conflict bettiien President Duvalier and the Itomlan Catholic
Church, centering around the university siudeiits, has to be super-
imposed on this general Haitian picture. It is a part of the class
struggle between the mulattoes and the blacks and also part of
the perennial political game of the outs trying to get in. The jmans
rdf Haitians are for the most part unaffected by this type ot struggle.
Political changes in the Government buildings at Port au Prince
co not mean anything special to their daily lives. They have little
r nothing to do %with the school system, which is mostly rmni hin
the church. This is why President Duialier feels he "can epel
tu-lrch dignitaries, face excommunication and crack down on
'plper class families and their student sons and daughters. Dr.
DuMnlier has had the support of the black majority and presumn-
al,!y still lmhas it.
%that roc tihe nirmledt Slaibe caln or .should play in a situation
like this is as difficult to figure out 1%1 any in the.hnmisiplhere. Dr.
Puialier %as duly eclete in 1954u aunl his term i nil until May,
196:1. .To support cruontitutionallism in Iaiti is (I play safe, and
t'iat is what Washington is doing.
The Slate Department can hardly be happy. but it would seem
I., hate least to lose by carrying pnI as best it cani and trying
to help the Haitian people in the process.


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." H AI T.1- SU N" Sunday :2ausi;y9.61


Sedren Exports First Shipm t Se rsrk Pays Off

( Continued Irom page'-) in GonraiveS. at. approximately ing the jri'be ..o. tons- that are
that copper or allied minerals 9:30aln where" -she .as.et-by, heig disihargedinto. a hip 's
have been shipped out of Haiti. Athe aget of .:the ..ship,. .Sedrn hds .. -
directors' Fiscj l representatives :
The concentrated copper pro- and Dolice. officials.;, '- .. On. the occasion, of Sedren
duced by Sedren is a form of Sedrez'.neochiaEics immediatelystt; expoet- shipment, the" ~tai -
brownish powder in varying tints proceeded; with -the installatjon Sunr takes pleasure D- extendring
according to its c6pper content, .and adjustment on the' .mobile irs congratulations".an c',pm -
This" important first shipment -se'tion f "the conveFor belt and mets t-o essrgs Fo ,. '
was made possible by the- ef- loading ,was commenced.. -gat and "WlUia Pld ,', 8. ,
forts of..Fortune L. Bogat, Pre- . :. ..- er,;.th.: tabwiF" or a .u
sident of Sedren" S.A., (and a The SS Maxos' :copper ore car- l ful fre rpr' it'.e 'i '
Haiti Sun contributor) and Mr go was all on board. In about 48 [ot,;;the. ,E pltahfi6n'.-e,40 i;Q
William Plexman, President .of hours: The.conveyori Js equied lpment of rthe
Consolidated Halliwell Ltd, Can- with ar electronic mete ;"sbOw es-oit
ada. a ct. .1 '

For the past seven -ears. and I .- ..,I :


in the face of many difficulties
and setbacks, these -two- men
have worked unceaseingly. to-
wards their goal which is .the ex-
ploitation of the natural.-resour-.
ces of Haiti -and the development
of this country's economy.


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Sedren's concentrating -plant is,
in fact, three complete and [into 0- 4.4A.
dependent mills thbt--can all be
worked separately. This is fortu-o
nale because, at the momeht,
only one section of the plant .. -.
with a capacity of 500. tons 'a
day is in operation due to some.
difficulties --that are impeding the -.. ..
placing of all three niAes -into . ...... _-, ::-
full production.. -Q" :;"

The company engineers hope
to overcome these difficulties
and to be able soon to process
1,500 tons of ore per day. is- .
is the full capacity of the thiee CH AR ILS P Jlt C
rnills.4 This will be possible if
new difficulties do not arise in -- ." ". O "t
the near future.E "" -- "
On Saturday last the SS Ma- --. 1
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Sunday -January 29th, 1961 3A T S '" AE1


POIs Kennedy Spurs 1.aitins Progress
"The United States, is, extrem- writing in the New York Times people ah ideolog -that i& alien-ee
ely interested in a :better -life on Jan. 26. to this hemisphere.
for the people of. Latin America. The United States 'is concern- The President Inade his cone. M'Il
and welcomes progressive, regi- ed, however, he added, when ments on. United. Stateds syrn v.
mnes that promises-it." So' stat- "Iexternal" forces attempt to take thy for the social and econmo- o
ed .President*'Kennedy this week over -peaceful revolution ry mo- mic aspirations in Latin America
according to E. W. Kenworthy -vem~ents and impo se upon the in answer to a question whether
he intended to restore, diploma-
ict -relafions with the Govern-
ment of Premier Fidel Castro
of Cuba.
IN PETIONVILLE IT IS MVr Kennedy said that he was
not considering a restoration of
relations -at the present time.
_MONT-AhA Presden Kenndy -ths did
not absolutely foreclose restor--
ing relations, bit. he indicated
fl nfet'qlfitud6 ye only minutes that he would ,make no move -to
from th hear c PORT-Alj- RINIJE do so long as he was convinced If you're looking for office furniture that really expresses Your
Aligned with the Communist -lochindivduality, then take a few moments to call or visit yeuk
Th m10S oXq UI te \Ieos',00elo n the 61ydi This apparently was 'Mir. Ken- M ARABOU dealer.,
G. ~ 0 O 11, mouOM nedy's answer to Premier Cas- Beanthaily *designed desks in striking blonde, distinctive dr
t ro's speech of Jan. 20 in which. walut,: woodgrain or traditional plain gray; also available modef.,
-Dldious- donfirietl ddisme dnc superb he commented on the President's drmtctre-tone arrangements.
bef~~~ide ~~~~Inaugural address. 80101 IE si 0tp
Dr Castro then note ,d that Pre-RESNBEPIS
Personolized aftention ta'e,ery suilt sident Kenned y had urged that No. 5004 S89.95
the United states' adversaries No.5005 134.95
Swim in9 Pool, wilb Lundbeon Lounge "begiitahe theUntdqStaes .
_99a Bo 1'anorckenaTYrod~e. For our part," the Premier R ROOM$ THE
A1r aond 18ned de-luxe-Yoo~mb .an ew. egin ob
4, Must be a "rectification" of
United States policy toward Cu-
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Turtles

The giant green turtle of the of life. Thanks to. a group of
Caribean, found in decreasing dedicated men, the importance
numbers it, Haiti's coastal and of this reptile as a source of
deep-sea waters, menaced by food is being recognized in a,
c.tinction is getting a new lease area notoriously short of food.

-NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL-
HEMISPHERIC POLICY

President Kennedy's inaugural address will be providing almost.
endless subjects for thought and comment. We all naturally pre
-,ime that the President meant what he said-in what was essentially,
policy statement for the coming months and years.
.'ow here was that statement more eagerly awaited than i
L'ain America. The paragraph devoted to the hemisphere coul,
nut ha\e given a more admirable summary of what we should tr.
1. do. Ther: \werc toj features to the pronouncement. One wa
p!e'lgc to assist "free men and free governments to cast off tilh.
ius of poverty." The other was a warning that the America
..,:.i tu remainn the master" of their own house.
.\s vithb any consideration of Latin-Amencan affairs nowaday-s
Ire c. ernding thought -even though it was given no name- cor.,
cetns the Cuban revolution. It is the Cuban upheaval that ha.
,i.ei urgency to the need to encourage economic development.
I .id social change in Latin America in order to avert more Castri
ii.volu01ons. Cuba is excluded from the United States prograrn
nee we are trying to punish, not aid, the Castro regime. Th,
thier reference is to the intervention of the Sino-Soviet bloc i.
i:-nspheric affairs through Cuba, and the efforts of the Cuban.
..nd the Communists to stir up other revolutions.
The implementation of this combined Latin-American policy b.
a.shlington is going to be tremendously difficult. It will reqfiri
dcep and expert study, considerable economic and financial ain
d -by no means least- a high degree of understanding, sym
-.thiy and firmness to get the governing classes of Latin Amernci
I Ipmin us in programs of social reform.
The question of whether 'we can indefinitely prevent the Corn
i rnisit horn gaining footholds in Latin America is linked to the
ljohai cold uar. The threat to United States. hegemony in the
western n Hemisphere has never been greater, and President Ken-
redy was right to start out with a ringing challenge.


A 'popular dish in this country,
when it available, the green tur-
tile is also widely sought for the
manufacture of jewelry boxes
trinkets and ornaments.
In an attempt to propagate the
species, the newly-formed Carib
bean Conservation Corporation,
under the leadership of its pre-
sident, John- H. Phipps, and tech-
nical director, Dr Archie Carr.
has established a turtle hatche-
.ry at Tortuguero, Costa Rica.
The organization, an outgrowth
of the Brotherhood of the Green
Turtle. started by Joshua B..
Powers, New York publisher,
operates solely through contri.
butions.
The hatchery at Tortuguero is
one of the few turtle .-rookeries
left in the western Caribbean.
The others were wiped out in -the
slaughter of tens of thousands of
female green turtles by food-
hunting natives. The slow-mov'
ing creatures, which must leave
the water to lay their eggs it,
the sand, are easy prey for hun
ters, who turn the turtles on
their backs, keeping-them help
less, until they are ready to
butcher them. On a five-mile
stretch of beach at Tortuguero.
members of the Conservation
patrol watch for the female tur-


ties to come ashore to lay their
eggs. These are then dug up -
there are sometimes as many
as a hundred eggs to a nest-I
an reburied in a. special safe'
hatchery.
,,ice natched, a percentage ol
the young turtles are released
'in local waters. The' rest are
placed in boxes and flown
to-all parts of the Caribbean in
response to requests. Any count.
try receiving turtles must gua
rantee to set aside a sanctuary
where they may nest. Shipping
charges are the only cost.


Modern 'Haitian- t[
Paint ings Fn9s

By MAX PINCHINAT
On Show Now At -
GALERIE PINCHINAT
106, BOIS VERNA
Just before-you reach the "PONT MORIN" bridge
This is an ART -GALLMERY;'ot a picturish~ x-
hibiting over 100 of the most attactiveFRBAMED
PAINTINGS made both in Port an Prince and- PiW .by
FAMOUS HAITIAN PAINTER MAX PINCOIAT
now in France.. ,_ .
-The artist WHO HAS- EXHIBITED-BOTH I HERE
AND ABROAD for the past'15 years, comes back to
Haiti every five years and for 15 to 18 months renews
the contact with his .people and his source of inspira-
tion.
In the GALLERY PINCHINAT are grouped
some paintings of the 15 years of. work by 'MAX PFN-
CHINAT, from 1945 to 1Q90. Prices have not been ar-
bitrarily based on beauty .of the painting, but on its
size, just like Paris Pashion for MAX PINCHINAT
and OTHER WELL KNOWN ARTISTS. Visitors "can
consult the paintings price list if they wish to. .
All the taxi drivers know GALLERY PINCHINAT
AND don't let anybody tell you that the GALLERY- is.
dosed. It is not. -
The GALLERY PINCHINAT, sole represun-f
tative and sales agent of PINCHINAT's Laintings, -aaS
exhibited a few samples only at "Foyer _des Arts..Pls-i
tiques", "Galerie Brochette" and Galerie Suisse".
Open from 10 AM to 5 PM, and on appointment inI
the evening. ADMISSION FREE. .


Wow



'Bamboche Cteof


V A -Is At The Grand Hotel Oloffson


EVERY MOND" H


.- '!'. -. .Tilie: 10:30, p. m. '
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-Entrance $2.00 Dancing witYh

FIaili'1 "Gingerbread Palace" and famed hostelery the Grand Hotel Oloffson, show place o -
naitian architecture, exquisite culasine and contented living. Set amongst a myriad of tropical trees DINNER STARTS AT. 8p .
aund gardens the Oloffson, complete with minialure pool, is the haven for the uninMhi ted and the .
miecen for the Caribbean- tourist. RSERVATI AOCOJPTE
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ONE WAY BY-PLANE ,ONE WAY BY LIMOUSINE
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-- AVENUE PAN AMERICAINE.
PETION-VlLLE ._HAITI


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rien CuSto Beach Journ.
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i In Haiti This Week
(Continued trom page '2)

-Dr David Hamberger, a Ph. D. of Yonkers,. New York and
wife Rita held audience in raptures Monday night at El Rancho
as they were dancing. They were on board of the Empress of En-
gland. Before graduating in Psychology, David Hamberger was
/ a dancing teacher for Arthur Murray's dancing schools in New
York. This "sympathique" was then familiarized with the meiin
gue before coming here. We have learned something new here aboxi
I"e meringue said Rita, because the Haitian meringue is 'diffcren
and more exciting.
-Stanley S. Schwartz, a civil employee for the U.S. Army at
Fort Monmouth, New Jersey and his "charmante femme" Ann'btte
were honeymooning here this week. Stan and Annette are keen
. exponents of the meringue.
-Stunning red head songtress Sheila Reynolds stopped here Lhis
week in a cruise on board of the SS Victoria with her husbjnc
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equipment from New. York. -Sheila -spent; two weeks .n Haiti two i y N
ears Ego, she had. :ontract to si gatte .Casino. 9 e D I t P n
artist has experience. a g.. .t Jeess i hiele ft n.a iei
mnown to be very difficult . -S ..-BY'
--Merchants.Jsidore Kellerman -and MAonh :Co enareba-.l, g h 4 .I R .JESE -
r'and time in Haiti., The two businesswefit N .w' oLS ..-. -.
(Contiue retom page 6) "
.rrent guests at the El Rancho. .. : -- _- h.. Mj'aiM about "hi-u
Ss e. '. i
-Gail Slutker tried her very -best to minake her husband Alex tenant tijraus-ked it
-o ong their :sojourn in Haiti. "I love every ininute my :,ythreE marine radio -o e ti 3 Lagi:-'
2-s here, said Gail- Alek Slutker owns the TRUDEAU'S CLEAN- :s -" ..
'RS and ,Shirt Service- at Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.. The were e s oug the
.:neymooning here. Gail knd Alex were-guests at the Castelhaiti. ait. t,-gul ,- ,leaie talkso ei.ie-..-
-Buyer Howard Lane Annis from Riverdale, New York .aid wie ships tcaiptor ias standin be
Spleen Susan, a teacher were-also honeymooning here this week. side. tIe radioman. e-- said he
-Mr Jean B. Monier, Honorary Consul of Haiti.in' Torotokis b~ard badkgtoundspds i pqo :-,
reeted here this week the Canadian. Manufacturei, Mr ,John B. sh -._ du 'the on arsa.
Lome who just took the Simbie Palace- Hotel on-:a lease, with -"
option to buy. The hoel will change name ind-willbe- called Cari., The Navy fer asked wheth
-laiti. Messrs. Menier and Lome are current guests at tha Riviera -all a; iiie aBrl the' Santa-
nternational. (See picture front page) "'. -- Mgr a -and t aio oa. said it
S- was. Lieuleriant Kraus s.said he
~ - =h . -. ad-been dire.ted .by-:higher. au-
-Dr Paul Cutler who practices\.miternal mhediciine in Atlantic :h.ity-t: ',ust.lh vessel.-:"o
ity, New Jersey arrived here this week with "sympathique".wife turn back to :the nearest United
-. en. They are entranced with' their.' visit here. .State -pot, San i ':
-Mr lrving Schwartz, in merchandising, and promio.o:alt w6;- ;k-. n~flgo; ,ack:l~ hiy-rewpt
New York, and his wife Betty, arrived atl El l-ancr o one-da. is not -a piratecrew." .
cad ol scheduled in company with Mr Seymour :Udell,. printer The radio ..voc said the ship.,.
d his lively blonde wife Gloria, and "ravissante ebruntte'-c i was -headed forAngola a Pord.
aine Wurzel joined next day by husband Leontard, an. Executi e gese cojony m Aica. :
candy business in New York. Mr Schwartz sent cables, to -his "mos. .t-.tgo t s. erS ,. -
r trends Jamaica. where H e was last W eek and also to his -atl.dof .; feet-.,..
riends in New York asking them to fly to Haiti to enjoy-the, mst .Jfeut enatr t ,rau.. -aid the
.*.ouderful time of their ives. The party was joined here 6yDr capthinlid eptesse'degerness-
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Srnmer are.il supposed e to _ope .ti. ...w; other :. ''. .. ... ...
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PAGE 20


PANIC STORY


( Continued frorm page 1)


three years he published a week
mation coincides almost entirely
with that which was published
in the press of yesterday even-
ing. (Friday).

"It appears as confirmed that
ex-Colonel Antoine Multidor met
his death during a hand-to-hand
struggle with a Militiaman and
while attempting to free an un-
identified individual who had
been arrested moments before..
"The unidentified individual
had tried to incite passersby with
seditious cries and it was under
these circumstances that the mi-
litia seized him."

Recounting ex-Colonel Multi-
dor'>/death Le Matin stated
,%'fultidor tried simultaneously
// to free the arrested individual


and take away the militia mem-
ber's rifle.

"It was in a small "boutique"
at Croix des Bossales that An-
toine Multidor rendered his last
breath. He was shot by two bul-
lets. During the course of this
"bagare" the militia, arriving on
the scene, shot into the air .

This salvo waa 'repeated by
other militia posted in other see-
tions arid points of the commer
-cial zone from which came thE
panic we mentioned."


The newspaper concluded_ it'.
report with "after the legal for
malities the bodies of the vic-
tims were transported to the
morgue." That same evening a'.
ex-army officers were called in-
and a number of them are re-
ported as being held.


(Continued from ae 3). he, faes, h g
for. in .C"ta -a 1..isen
thing, for wherever there is a aJoWedqto.et. itdet4 -lnth, ii i.'
bull fight there will always, bh a red. siirtpa. tporn ehaief
found a massive crowd tg-cheer and sometimes rj*-a-
on their heroes of 'thbull ring. to- fight theu.'btill;'
sion' of-bull .fighting it 'inte.s nicsf
InJsa Ric ul fghtipg ta- testing to note iat- the bull
4kes on a different aspect and VER-'Joses bycaan w th all -tho wheri
one which might well -suit iener- s people in "the- ring' he -'jut 'vine cow;
getic citizens .of Haiti. Instead can't miss a strike every.now open
of the -bull facing one-opponent, and again .when a.'toreadorget


in Haci

*(Continued from page 18)
-The engagement of lovely Syl-
.vie Tourdot,. daughter of Ch
tan Tourdot- to: talented p,
grapher Roniald Kahn,


Mr Sally Kahn,
mera Center an
been announced.
vie will marry-
-Writer Sheelag
author the* Ging
from Caracas.
mother Mrs
her 6 year ol
and her MHal
Jean ClaudS
proceeded
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ssy id Portau PrinceBereley, Calrs He
ayY -- ert,-iV,.stay 4ng- a few "days

rAurelio Guardia, distingt! --Pierr.Bell,.-meraJal
shed- Ambassado 'of'Paarimna, n en. t oi F rance i: current
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,edy and Va rt at tbrnc -aRvagea'
d his s Tb ek
Syl cati hisi
h Burns,
flew up --Newsmen' ,eae?
k-with her ivife Elean n, Ax
ennedy -and Va are at t u Rivage.
hter Lindsay --Haitian. b art, Elit
urse Augusta Rifchin, flew i ea lyr this-we
s. Burns was pto join her husband- at tie fVi
y hush. B eth and- H""r' "
urns.-


se, First. Secret,
sh Embassy here
Elizabeth Margue- Point-
a new. member of mogter


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