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Haiti sun
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U< S. NAVY
CIVILIAN BOSS
(Continued I'rom page li

and ihc rir';[ C'.inli'ac. Negnria-
liun Scciiui' in [lit- Njiy Drp-u-t-
nwni
Fuliowini: [he war, Serretary
Thomas returned to Lo-; Angeles
- "here, lollowmg World War
I he had been a member of the
George Hi Burr Investment firm
and later a Vice President and
Cc-nepal Manager uf L. reljil cloth-
ino cnain hj^sei've :i3 tiirport
commissioner jrid v-iee president
oi ihe cili'i Cliamber uf Commer-
ce He wai president 01 [he Ele-
vcnili Au-crdft Corporation. Bryon
J-ick-.c.n Co., PJCIIIC Finance
Coip, ..-;d tht Brvadu'dy.Hale
Departn-r'nt Store, [n 1953 br. re'
turned to government service d?
Unaer Sei:retary ol' the P.'.IVT.
He will be accompanieil i:in his
''I'll to Porl-au-Pnnce by Rpar
Admiral Charles W Wilkuis, Csp-
lain W" F Bringle, Lieutenant
Colonel A W. Gentleman ol' the
U S Marine Corps 'and Lieulenani
A. A. Schirmer of the I'.S. Navy.


SOMGS OF HAITI


THE HAit,_'4N ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
VOL. ,, t nit ricee l1:publique d iluiti Tclephone20i61 *INDAY, MARCH 18l. 1956 No. 26


Haiti Walks Off With General Magloire -Cup


HOT SIX
OFF TO CUBA
Havana t ,U be invaded Tues.
day by th,! top talent of Ilaitts
hot musica.l .orld. The versatile
Guy Duroocr, singer and player
of all musTteLi instruments, Rene
Dor, singer tiancer. drummer
and vaccin:t Herby Widmaier,
crooner, Ti-Ru-Rn. drummer; TI
Alarcel, drinti-er. Celestin, fam-
ed .4dayice-e.ldeatht, specialist,
fly to the Cuban capital and
may star either at the Sans Sol-
17 or the 'IPropicana. according
to Maestro issa Saeih who wilt
acctumpany the group. During
their fonnight abroad they may
make sanicle records for R CA. -'-
Victor art Decca, besides ap- At the Tbo Lele after her trek to
Peareners on Radio Pt'ogresso, sister of U.S. Secretary of State
Radio CIIQ and T"jmnndo Chan- ington triend Elzabeth Gardner.
nel H1 tT.,le-ision). La Belle
Creole is sionsorig the tripAll Needed To (
and M.ae.-o Saieb t4lI the
efuns that Cabane Choncoune Ditr :i beach
and Pan] Weesner of the Rivie- picture
ra bada made otfers 'to. help, Mrs. Eleanor Duties, sister of
wubhnki pianist, Be'bo Valdes P S. Secretary of State John
who scored radio and thealte Foster Du les, and her Washing-
sw m eets here last year, is stand- ton friend. lrs Gardner, depart-
ing by 4with the i-d carpet in
the AntIllan rite tie, lumnree. INo Hospital Cases

USays Mevs: Hat
U. S. NAVY '. Factory Blew Up
CIVILIAN BOSS Mr. Fritz Met-, in a telephone
ARRIVES 25th !interview Friday with the -Sun,.
Secretary of the Navy Charles'stated that onty one employee had
S Thomas and Airs. Thomas will been injured and several others
as-rive bl Poart-au-Prince on Mon- suffered. from shock in the via-
dal;, March 26, by Navy plane, lent explosion that rocked his hat
and depart the following day. He factory on Avenue Josg Marti
will be accompanied by high U.S. last Monday evening. But, he add-
NatS. sfiiials and will confer e4$, they are all back on their
with 'op o1ficals of the Haitian jobs.
gos' .gueat end Coast Guard. Mr. Mew said that pret us re-
TU CrIevlbn bogs of the Naty ports of injuries and property dy-
firstlecame associated with the mage were highly exaggerated al'
org .tion be hgw beads during though be did confirm .that his
Wor.War 1 when be left Cur- losses were estimated at 20,000.
nel ..3vrnsersity to eiter the N-avy gourdes. With reference to ,the!
Reserve. ie has been active in house that was struck by the
Naval aiffirs since that time, hay- drum, waen it was blown through
ing served as Under-Secrets, of the air by the unleashed force of
Defense fur Supply and L Wogl.ls the explosion, M1r. 'Mens in-fo med
and as a dpeci.i assistant to Se. that the neighbor's home wvas be-
cretary of the Navy Forestal du- .ing repair d and that -.e was
ring the second world war. He paying for it
was named Secseary. of the Navy He stated that fire inspectors
on May 3, 1954. had previosly examined .he
His service to the Navy during equipment which was entirely
World' War IT earned him the new, having just been received
Presidential Medal for Merit and from the U.S. with guarantees by
the Distinguished Civillap Sen, the manufacturers. The reason for
vice Award He is credited with the explosion has not yet 'been
establishing the Navy's inventory determined although Air. Mevs
and purchasing Control Program mentioned that the trained ope-
(Contipued from page 21 rator, in charge of the boiler at
all tunes, had a.ked the mecha-
nic to pinch-hit for him during a
CASTELH.ITI OPENS momentary absence
31st OF MARCH
A[ C'hanicurelle., file factory
The opening of the skyscrap building which iNr. Mess was
er Castelhaiti Hotel has been erecting t1 house his l_etory has
pit off until the 31st of this been completed, except ior s cme
mdnth, the hotC-l manager kime i"iiotr finishing. an- he is dis-
Pereque informed the' eSuns mantling the iactory in Turgeau
Friday. Dr. Jules Thebaud's new to install lils equipment in the
landmark will accept guests factory in the idutnat section
from the 26th of March on. ot the city.


the Citdetle is Airs. Eleanor Dultes,
John Foster Dallas, with her Wash-


umplete Tourist
-Says Mrs. Dulles
ed fromr-the. city gatuday on
her return trip to Washington
where she is special assistant to
the Director of the Office of
German Affairs. Upon her de-
paehire she highly praised Haiti
and its people and said that she
enjoyed her week's stay very
much.
Tuesday she paid a courtesy
call on the wife of Foreign ill.
nister, eIsrs. Joseph D. Charles
and on Wednesday, acdompanled
by the wh'es of Haiuan and U.
S. Embassy officials _- M rs.
Cbarles, Buyer, Telson, Francis,
(Continued on page 20).


New U..S. Embassy
Construction Boss
Here In Town
[,Constraction is expected to
:start on the new U.S. Embassy of-
ficee huilading an the Harr STrS-


TOMORROW
A NTIGONE
IN ENGLISH
Sophnalet wvll no doubt
turn over in his grave
and Lst aonbeIievi ag
eyes aLronss the Teas from
Geeee, in the general direction
0t Morne Hercules, tomorrow
evening, vliien his tragedy An-
tigone L is played at the Theatre
d'Haiti n English. -Antigones
has come s long way since So-
phocles laid down his pen. Play-
wright lttorisseiu Lexoy transbt'a
ed the Greek into Creole, and
turned Predy's Palace into a
Haitian rival Chieftain's hut and
the Greek rods became sptrits
of the voodoo mythology. Anti-
gone in Creole took Port-au-
Prince by storm in August of
1953. Time Magazine, in two ge-
nerous columns, saluted one of
the greatest theatricalt achieve-
ments of the century. Flattering
reviews -apueared In newspapers
and magazines throughout their
world. eAntigore en Creole is
the revival of the old Theban
Legend. Creole got its greatest
boost romr K.kfnigone.alarvard
University. is a result of Anti-
gone, invited playwright and
poet, Moriesean-Leooy to join
Archibald Ma-Leigh, Liian Hell-.
IContinued on page 20)
NIBS. ANDRE VIEUX
PLAYED TO REST
LAST EVENING
Mrs. Andr6 Vieux Inee Rib-
bert) who had been ailing for the
past several months, passed away
at her- Avenue du Tlravail home
on Friday morning. She was the
widow of the late Grand'Rte cea.-
mertant, and the mother of Mi
Fabienne Viedx whose marriage
to Engineer Malki took place
earlier This month. Funeral ser-


Locals Trounce
Venezuelans 3-0
In Final Match

Young Hailabh fodtballrs
tro4mced an. older Venezuelan
team 3-0 ih the final match of
the panam, -Veenezuela-Haiti
football tournament Friday
night at St.rdium Mlagloire.
The first half of the sixth
match in tile tournament w,
one of disjointed play- and ttk
seneea which ended scorelei
After 35 minutes of play' Haiti -
Marc Elle was" carried OIL
th& field injured in the leg. He
%as replaced by Zoupim who
rushed into the foray to the
cheers of the fans.
In the 3Gth mnlute Referee..'
Lopez of Panama warned Veud-
iuela's Delgado about us!W Na
feet against the opposition, The-
referee told this ieportt tfIt
he ordered the man off the'fieldt
only after the p I a ye'r
had insulted his mbtber.
A latin .display of. tern-'
~ffi~t' h~1t~ ~W. -
Ing gestures in the .direcdon of.
the ef broughi police interven-
tion and a flue'.minuteholdoli of r
the game.
The Venezuelan# continued
undetr'pgotw widtten'-nien. The
game.dragged on to'bal! time
'ithi the ptdyers obstructing one'"
another.. Ode.. Veneittelan'a
brought Dieudonba doawn with
a, rugby ackje just outside their
penalty area.,. .
The' sbec6d half got'offt' t a
happy start for Haiti:whien, in
the first tluee minutes, Deart. -
sier scored with' passs ft biii
Dieodonne. Haiti moved inat'se -.
rond gear and commenced to-
play. as a team, Even outside
left Vretida; Joined In the gatne.
In the 20cth minute Haiti pass-
ed the--iUf right up the field'
with hqed Ro.nd .tqe, and a specta- -
(Contijued fromzpage 20)


man Boulevard. Cite de I'Exjpsi. vices were held at Sacre Cwuar On ,
tion, in early May but at this Saiardpy after-qoon amidst -a host 0 " -
time, no definite statement can of friends and roelativis. The de-
be made, only assumed,, said C. funect was esteemed for the quiet
Nelson Wentworth, Foreign Boil- distinction and cordial manners,
dings Officer who arrived here and will be remembered as a part
this week from Washington to au- of the team formed with her bus-.
pervise construction, band as managers of the -Simon
Vieux- store, one of the first
(Continued on page 20) large food bazaars in the Capiltal.


ST. RAPHAEL- FAIR PROVES


RECLAMATION WORK SUCCESS

Last Sunday, agricultural offi- every description won great ad-
calis 'walked around a country miration, and were the triumphal The latest word in 111ly 'at
fair grounds, along with UN and keynote of a 2,000-hectare land cante to Port, on the New Aes-
Point IV men, examining the reclamation program which will terdam, on the head of Bin
bountiful supply of big, juicy go down in the annals of local Johnson of Minnesota. The phw-
fruit, and firm over-large vegeta- agricultural history as the result to, shot before La Belle Creole,
bles produced on an agricultural of what technical know-how of shows his umbrehillUaic9se .
project which climaxed year of the Department 6f" Agriculture chute style heastear. Johnson
rtclamatlon work. That the Saint- and SCIPA plus modern equip- would only say that the hat came-
Raphael project is a success, the meat and the cooperation of from New York no more. He-
Fair was eloquent testimony. small farmers cand0. feols that It is o10 laughing" matt-
Plump vegetables and fruits of (Continued on page 2) er.


JEVN, ind ihsi lou li an appro, mviijlioil trotn Ills Excellency
pnale I'lrcimisrance. In 1947. live PAUL E MAGLOIRE, President
.lourit Hiltr.n.- dei'idrd lo meet of Hjili. ^to sing at the Haitian
6ach day 31101 w.ark lo -in;? Soon TL'hile Houue In hi.' role as Pro-
three more joined Hie group, but [ci'lor of the An.-. (he President
among the eishi youns'lbr;., dpi eracioufi) ofiereil the choir s, re-
pile a nch, nuiural teeling lor1 hea-r.-aj atudio snd a grand piano.
rnuiic, none han an\ le-chnical' Well knoun Ln Haiti, the cbo'
knowledge ol h&j-moni Aa a re^rus stJl retaining its amateur
suit. for ihe neM three '.eana, the;. ii^iui toured the neighboring
had only live song. in iheir re- countries of Cuba Jajnajca and
pertoire. Pueno Rico. Its members return-
MICHEL DEJEAN. a brilliant'ed truimphantly wilh a new htle.
pianist de^pue his youih u'as ask- The Ambassadors of Haitian An
ed for help and agreed [o n-i. The recording.' in ^this album
Under hii guidance, the choir mil demonstrate, even to Ihe 1L--
grew lo rienly members then tener who has not heard LE
thirty, and finally lo forty Sue CHOEUR MICHEL DEJEAN be-
cc.'s lolloiii-d quickly, and. aHer fore. M-hy that title is so richly
a concert tour abroad, the. group deserved
organized a regular series of re- Program notes
cilolf iri Haili One result was an by 0 D and T.D.&I
VOODOO. CLUB


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PAE AITI SUN SUNJDAYMAC 18th.1956

U E2 AI PR V SU~ S. NAVY JEN n thatW to sa ppro- invitation i~m i Ecellency
(Con~tinued from page 1) CIVILIAN Boss young Haiti,ns decided to mneetj of Haiti, Ao 5n at th ata
Th Sin-RphelProject in ble -cloths andI napkins, dresses' (Continu~ed from paeg 1) eac day after work to sing. Soon White House, In his role as Pro-
th ot fHitwt t hodge- and blouses.treme joined' the group, but Iecter. of the Arts, the President
pode.,sprseprduction, vary- After luncheon the visitors and th first Cotract Negoca aong th eiht youngsters,; es- Jgraciously offered the choior a re-
in ih h grace of God rain-. were conducted one tour of te tion Scioni te Navy Deprt pite a rih natural feeling for! hearsai studio :and a grandi piano.
Bpasb' rit exd mental fo memi had any technically Well known in Haiti, thEe i
neihburngBoyaa Rve, ndmit equiere Laae Moe ha Felown th ar, Sertar knweg f harmony' As a, re- rus stilll retaining its amateur
ani~insse hc brogt 15 'kilometers o~tf rodTcltiesToa reure to Lo Agles sult fortheext' three years, they' status -J toured the' ineighbboring'
prseiyt 1aheBzfhave been constrce o rn--wee ol~gWrdWrhdol fie sngs intheir re- countries of Cuba. Jamaica and
walnry hDsaintic, Camp 'Pa- porting farm prdc otemr e a enamebro the peti.-I Pu~erto Rico. Its members rkuru-
R Machandie and LO- ket. At Sact to i bir I CLN, a brilliant ed triumphantly with a ew title:'
gait.tenpsively cu'ltivated Rice produic- and later~ a Vice President' ad pianist despite his youth, was ask- The Ambahssadors of Haitilan Art..
lArmy plane flew tion in this section has areay General Manager of a retail cloth- e.for help and.agreed to try. The recordings 'in this album
moeta 0 gu~ests oif the Agri- reached the one million ~pound' ing chain -' serve as 'airport Under 'his guidance, the choir 'will d~emnsdtrate, even to the lis-
cutrl eatment to Saint Rtu- mark. 'commissioner nd' vice. president ,grew 'to twenty members, then tener ~who has not heard, LE
alfrte ~opening. Amnqig the, 8(lPA and Agricultore Depart-. of the citys Chamber~ of Comnmer- tbirty, and' finally to forty. Suc- CAOEUR~ MICiHEL DSIJEAN b~e-
itr eeMinister of: Agi- ment topographists had chosen ce. Hie' was 1presidentl of the' Ele- cess 'followed quickly, arid, after fore, 'why that title is sorcl
eEi illar, Under Secet- this reion ,for the project due to venth Ai~jcraft Corporation, Biryon a concert tour abroad, 'the, group d1eserv'ed.
of grcutue nde ~ues is eorahialposition, it, fa- Jackson Co., Pacific 'Finance organized a r regularr series of re-' Program notes
ICADiorableclime and great natural Corp., &,d the Broadway-Hale a in Haiti. One result wan by D. .D.i
DiretorGenralof Aricltue r soucs Th proximityj of~ the D~epartnment Stores. In 1953 he rC-
Rodi CoteU~sAlbrt e Buyaa Rivter was one of 'the 'turned to government service as
Bl uineGmu ard Jmajor factors in1 the' decision. Undepr Secretary opf the Navy. " V 0) 0 D Q C c'4 B
i obt B- 1944, thecostrto f the He will b ccoma sied on i
zil, Dpuy Caud Peva ad dam was. undertakn with Engine- vssit ao F'r-aui by e- The Night Clbthat tos them all
UOMs'. etrsn,L. Paker er Jacques VaI'brue incharge. IAdmia ChrlesWWiknC- Ever Cofot-tms Courey
andF.Laou hghrakin pr-' ascoplteain 148 Amp6taet.'e.driin.-Liut1at9Aplce.hn eta cn ejo yureltwthth
............e Department..and the mist ierr i .Sam was ... ced'. in Colone A..o W Gentleman...................musical numbers.
lack press- charge of the Agricutral-'Ex~. U.S. Mae Corp'an Lieutnt n trln aiedne n hw
T rog b n w sionprogramin the region, A. A. Schrme hofgy ew P a Every N
phel t th' Pa- -hi.ch, previously- oduced t toenjoyyo e a the VOODOO CLUB
rschrhb oiesigmeu A- only! small quiantities of chicken le all 'ou fred ith yosu to VOODOO CLUB
ber Cusiea. Myo Esanartconiuar can~e, tobacco, and.SO G OFH II Wil nPr u rne o o alt
Jsp pkonte Valueoth castor beans ind was totally de- inlud~eVOODO CU B in y~ourfaipusto -
Fara teCt Hl ftrMn pendent o the region'a unpre- BY LE CHOEU OPNE RY VNIG RR 9 PM.TO:....
sprtabeeicto o te The c~onfidence of the local far- MIHE DiEEE9U Telehon 21o47i %C
usehbt.PoetDrco er was gained through an ex-qiL4
monstPlyie Dosnvltnsivesystem of eucation co-NO ON RECORDVB
pleipots sThroughth efforts of n of tewonera of Haiti
Bsdstegreen~ vet Iables the Department of Agriculture ndiedofth~e world, is the
on diplay h Do estc cencean S CIA >a copaslete evolu1tionearal strucure known as
Cener xhiit ason oftetop has tae lace throughout th~e ILA CITADELLE, which towers,
-featrez f th Fai Fory-sevn enire egio. ajeatically' over CpHaitien. RItJWLY IT
yugwmn rn iedfeetTeofficia inaugura~tion of was bouit centuries ago Iby farml- -
copeatve o te egon ,co. heFar asenedwith a late' em- slaves, who' erected lit as ~a mp- WE IWVFE JUJST RF.CEWIt4
bndtshwt ei En ad- 'atrnoon receptio at~ the rs-nument to their newAly-won free- 4M NJ JN
bibit ~ ~ ~ cotindsapeso -c distinguse visitors board- pryr totervooZos. IM N IG


ion in songs of Haiti -Bouquet
,A VE I 8IN ,GFT--Crkole- allmmn. it wonderfully OR> BIRTHDAY G~IFT~S
-4001* appror~irate, that these recordings
were made by LE CH0BUl Ml- WE HAVE AN ASORMETOFMANFIENL
CHEL DEJAN, the forty-voice
choir 'which brings the magnifi- BKUIU DI ODRIG N
cence of Haiti to the ear just a
LA CITADIILLE brinlgs it to. the OHRJWLYINLDN EDN

'This album is a lihmited iditiomi,
and,,in B. ery rieal> sense, acoil-RIG-ODCAM COSE
IESSE WAEST etrsien o LE CHOEUR .iJl
A ~ ~ ~ ~ yICEn ai JEA Nu whopile nominal INs
_)N BOLN ISHES lyan amater grouphas in I atPNAT HISADFC.
CAN-DLE-STICKSatt~ained prfessional stau and
yet has never~ before bee pre-
SALA SEVINGISTS esnted 'in album ~form. These re-
AND VARETY W O IER HERIHABE ITEMS~ cordings. ere> made availeabe insO
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SUNDAY, MARCH lath. 1956


-HYDE PARMI TRAVELER WINS Tw;Saloa Drowned Truen C clitKllsio
Sailoa Drowned Truck CyostKllsio
CASH gIT HAI I S ORY, :" Jean Stecker, of Llmonade..wnas.
i 'instantly k illed last week in Cap,_.:--
Kay Fox, of the charintng trio Who b'pCht two week's oacatvoil here Pierre .ro (ph and Madiats Haitian) wh en the bicycle he via .t
as g guests of M~rs. Marie W4allingford, returned to Bostoon, W'rote her St Gerard were presumed drawn riding was smashed by a tbttk ""
ivnpre~sw'u s: of Mard i Gras in H aiti for the Bo vion Sund ay H erro cd and ed la st week when their sadboat, driven by Mr. Arth ar Hyp polifte.
won, a cash a ward for the best travel feature of] the a.,cek. Haiti Sun the -Dieu.Seul, was caught by The C'.p Haitian judge was ealledL. "
takes pleasure in reproducingp the article from rhe AMffroeb .4thh ;;sss te bad weather and wrecked near to the spot and immediately fill.'
O tlt ,.,t~t p~bl :dto LSt. Louis du Nord. ed out the required paperesreport
of ii. B..Ior pbl,:tL01'he: remainder of the boat's ing the accident and resulting
Bit K,41THRYN I FO.', crew v.erc found half drowned a death.
few wiles from the coa-it of Ber.-
-Cor,,.- io Hbil. for "-I.'r, G,_., .rote M,in~e WAtl1ingtorJ. ind in ger after an extensive search. Up VISITS AUX CAYES
less tho--r, 1.'2 ho dis tlv k r i, l c re o er the ,m.-anta in ri ve d is. to the present tim e the bodies of Under Secretary of the L ate-
land. V:,. t ,', E v~,t,41 .Xr l n1`1._ to thilm a rid Pan Ame n'can t,1p th e Jtsseph and St Gerard have not riot Holland L,'tallade returned
Island. ,b,.cn recovered. Wednesday from a short visit In
No o-ne ,ba u p rr-pared ,i Lot' M ATlIe iho t single -like foliage deep iAccord ing ito the Owner of the A m~ Coayes where he renewed a c-
shades of green, with hibiscus bushes and tsinbo.,.ant tree;. camellias Iboil, Norcelien Jeune. the craft quaintances with his many
and pomnserttW growing! %ild. and coco' nut trr~es lining broad Streets This is no "fish story for Jac- 1-_; raruute from Port-de.Paix to friends and payed a ,eall on Pre-
'that bordered the Caribbean que Durnrher, SONACO Repre the island of .La Toriue. fet Mlilieu Conde.
We had hearr, atK, n! the wro- mail .t ,, r~e.c th~e mnr chandC, piled sentatlve, who is shown holding
their crude stands with gail .,!Je ..I.., b Lag, ,rod n~liogany- the 70 pound grouper he caught
ware But 'Oncer through the m.,rket, in.: ca,- 1.1yltb ', Up lteep hills, while spear fishing off AttZ C&a0
past high stucco %.valls, that. hud villa.. Jilt] ea-lieltm from sight. Mar. yes. Joseph Gross. chief Of the
charites, with fruitftifle~d baskets on their iurbi~ned beads walked I..S Embassy Consular Section,
stratgbit-backcd, ad,-( ftrrm[ baref, oted up the hills thit made modern is shown trying to prove his Ti frangaise la, Ca parl6 franeili cou rate Iau barique miats.
cars groan n turtle is the finer catch. Gross Min e6 race build. LI pas v1d eomprenrde que pou &r league j
An occasional bui'ro, ,.,ith double straw pack plodded slowly uwn boarded the plane at Aux Cayes qa-a, dun Hailien obtig6 eonnin er~ole 1i h fond.
to mne market, a- we wound our wal up through the Berkshire-like with speargun, suitcase and --Bon, ni'dit'l, gad6 dun pid palliate. Espiee de spathe, de;
hills to Petlonvdle and the market at Ken_-coff. turtle only to find that his hotel, tactie qui eon'n ouvri pou baille graines yo passage, qni. nam
the Sans Soucl, whnid neither exact frane6 ba Ii?
NATI'VE BON'S conk it nor allow It in the bath. Natureilemeut, dun parisien en Haiti. e6 pou'l entrer lian
As we reacheA the crest oi a hill, two Haitian boyt ran'toward Lij, tub exit turtle in the bay. dun etude sp~eiale franuce. Mot exact pou sigixffier taehe Co-fi,
waving old-fashioned bouquets of fuchsia, vi-,det-blue and gold will ee -e 1C ayamboue.
flowers. Outside the Rtefuge -- a mountauid-top inn, very young child- BGM TIN AR BEN .Nous 116 en bas dun tonlnelle Ian eommunaut6 Sapsier, mai-
Ten danced along beside the car %bile we threw them coins. A while, ,BIGl double IN five yBeaN nisire Jacques FranCois, eapitaine Bazile, Berthony Vieux ae '
dlusty rood an the edge pCt a preetpir.* Jed to the famous Le Perchoir 4111dul nfv er* Madan Contsis t'ap faith assant, d'esprit. Read &~lance ae
Resturat, hos hgbs ae vsxbe atnigt aovethedarkbul pC Comercil arhns hy, aymond Dorell, tap d~broumel yo Ian pus plate grillots ac
Resturan, wose ight ar visble t nght hovethedarkbulkof ommecial fairies havec Guine uudee.e
t~he lower hils' beyond WPrt jo Prin ce. :on .]y -stratehed the tmiriace z in A propos de grilok tootl e Port-au -.Prinee qu'ap parld fran-
Ma r.di Gras itse lf "Lasts three days, the p~a ants all com ing into townI deveclopin .purist air travel to ce brod &, VO dit grua u.
fo r th e p a trad e s th a t l ist tiss su a d ow 'n T h e p ar ad e s are d iff e re n t fr 'wm th e C a r ib b e a n a n d S o u th A m ne ri- o p s r d e r n l m a] [ n i t o n o C
those back home Here are no solemn -faced marvihers, accompanied ca. in the opinion of C. E Wool- sr a l i:P l o a ed n m g ii u r v ta ap a
"by solid brass hands, Iinstead, happy, dancing groups move gaily along' man, president and general ma- bge-ueu v16ot: Paklett c on Ca "i. u aaffqebee np
to the beat of native drums and the high piping of %accines, nager of Delta Air Lines eqii otbil'et o
The head of the fifth largest IOlin jour apird, sous route Chambeilaip, m'~falt eoanaissamee
FLOATS U.S airline predicted that airm msieu Kefer. MWeomimenee dIgonnin'l h propos de blane .fra-
Wkd~e enjoying the cool sea a.nd mountain breezes u'n the balcony traffic between the U.S. and C6 h ameia utre eo mun anue yo en Traaii. otf~6.
of the well-known Savoy Restaurant sipping rumn sodlas, we watched sunny vacation lands to 'the a!Q trcouudsdn.Tvflyff -e
the floats and marchers line up for the parade. Floats are home-made South will double in the next Pun lI Piligre sans Ca pas route l'Etat einq cobs.
flower gardens with pretty children in brilliant silks. ifr extravagant five years Oun table eharg6 Corossol, eabrite, b~tes A ti ticgu, eoebon
displays b5 local merchants. To the chant of .Vive le roiz,, a Nero- aA vast potential maurke as ac peau. M' monlre m'sieu.Kifer grillots, m'mande'l eonment
i~ke king sways back and forth an a huge float, and then children bv yet untappedd exists among mid. La. m0tombeIen hays ho. Erne eod on
the wayside throw kisses as the first nit the queens rolls by die-income grups in the United i.r'tm6eha osErinrarpndmi.
I States who ha~e nt~verl nownu, --Mon chL6. mn'pa Ironed. En Belgique I'an pays' W opnus
COSTUME BALLS Mr. Woohmain cited as examples serifi ae .dun palois w'allon. Coehonaifle qo-a, nous r0,161 er&-
E [a trine., chants the crowd, and the queens blow kise or bow secretaries, professional people, tons .
in stately fashion. A troop of indian princes, swathed in white satin, and industrial workers. En effet, mot franeei-a c6 bien eretons. Nous naminite, Jdrd-
prancess back and forth across the street to the Mardi Gras song, and Air travel makes it possible m ie nous dit gr~lons. Minine Ioi semantei que [a, dictionnahre ,
group ol. happy eyelets ride faster and fasiter,ru~aitetinlft h; eat~vl hig inom LarOusse WIWls' or pou manitaue lH dit mant-que. Done,".'
inthe center Of the Pl2111. Z.ombies and voodoo n'en mingle will ,fhe earners to take their vacations pou retains roots nou gain pas song france. Yapbesfr
red aed-green satined troup of hundreds of dancing. charting Haitian in tropical resorts _ueh as Hava-.3' l,1 mounti-6 macaque fall grimaces.
boy-, and girls., a and other Caribbean' dities. Gramairiens Port-au-Prince %16 fait lols pou puin langue yo"
When night comes and the cosume balls start, tMere L:,'tbe.icm Part~eularlh, in off seasons, he ignor'.Yc im aalea fgerrtccotueu
light-hearted gaiety Costumes are extravagantly authentic Julius said. mango merilan.
Ceaser in 'bine-and-gold dancing with Cleopatra, and Marie.Antomnette The Delta off icial said his c am. route bureaux action co nmmtinaullaire yo0 mareh k a c er601er,
clonc-g the mermague With a forbiddling Dracut& pony has carried more than 50,- Lor dufn patriotle con ministry S{-Ld prend oun piquois pon
B-A.sh Wednesday, order L: restored and we fly to Cap Haitien, 000 summer vacationsts 'to Fln- tral~aille ac habitants, au champ d' combat, n'est-ee pas ae
Motor to the village Of MIMI. and take our first donkey ride up the ridsl and 200O00 t11 Cuba since Fereole pou ye ta remereiel tandis que gan bande denieur~s
5.000 feet of rocky shelves Oar native boys, who speak English, guide Delta originated the airline pack ap eombattre movement .Ca-a. ,Crdole, port elasse paysani~ne
the ,mules safely and surely until we finally get our first %aew of the age tour in 1947 Since that time. ce condition essentielle qui permette digni{li humaine,
hug.? prow of HearT Chris topfie's fol'tre.59 against thfe aky. Inside, the he Pointed out, this plan has By'EMILE ROUKER JEREMIE
fo rt i. p a rtia~ly in ruin s b eca u se o f a n earth q u ak e a b lm nare d y ea rs a go b e e n %%id e ly c op ie d b y o th e r air .L I G F M L
THE CITADJEL Mr Wuolman tu'ged eanciella British Cadtihbtan 'Ur Attache' Wife/rod Son '
But remnants of bygone splendoriremian in the brick walls stretch- Lion of the discriminatoryy, 10 .
ing (o the sky --m olews from the gun turrets high upa in the walls-- per cent federal [ax on travel""'"
in the eng~nce'n tet fC~l~phe and the tales told by our guide iiwe:, rae tts C- -) -_.
of the wdi-dm of Christopbe and his wiliness, in outwitting the French bbean countries and South A-.',; -' '. .'-, '
but most 01 a]t in the huge, lonely, boulder in the C'itadelle courtyard mertCa Countries could also pro- i'.',, ....=. , ..
which m arks h is final resting place fita-bly, take steps to slim plify ,.-." ~:.. _: ... I
The trep back down the mountain is -more la~xing Ilan the asc ent visa' customs and other require. ""''
and the blisters on our'hlands make it hard to grip the saddle horn reies, for pInterntoa airt. a
Two. thcrds or the w~ay down, I decide to give us both' ., rest by walk- An aviation poionteer wout as
thg dowva to the ruins of the ,once magnificent palace of Sans SOucL headed Delta since its inception
where Henry held court and where, paralyzed and helpless, he shot in 1921 a; the world's first cam.
himself" vath a aold'bullet while his enemies; raced up the wide steps mercial ,rop dusting company,
out~side Mir, Woolman sees aviation as a '
means of further strengthening
THINGS TO PREMENMBER the bonds betuoen the two Ame.
So many things we wzJI remember ahout Haiti. The quiet splendor ricas.
of Pauline Bonaparte's sumnifer house- the prlnative murals in the H mhssdta ei' e
Episcopal Cathedral. beauty queens taking a dip in the grreen pool of lief in the airtravel potential of
the Riviera lintel, rating snail. and f'lam ing baked Alask a at the Pi- the Caribieain area led the calm -
ea~rdie, the F'resileni'& palace patter-ni.A' after our White House. the pony last April to inanifujat
quaint atmosphere ot Act Chanteeclair where we goathered of arn etening the first inter-clontinental servi.
to sip Haitian rum odas. our" little white tills with its floortloi-ceiling ce with Golden- Crov~n D2.7's
doors thit opened on l brillintiv tiled ,'erandah -.rid 3 rear balcony pace-setters of the Delta fleet. Soon to return to England, don bur in India is headquarter.
that dropped away ,nt~u a yav.ning green ra,.,uE The airline. which has its head Wing rell.ruder Cb ,e B. Bea. ed in Venezuela.
But ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~, 110s f31 ewl eene h 1ngtbfr ehae ures in Atanta. server, 60 don, shown with his wife and son, On the return from Haiti to Ca-
for hm.!. lan~lrp ., the ilco.; ofa frtnd'. eanri lateinatetbveJoitesyinthe U.eari theCaribJohny on heirracen,% vtto CuracavaoCurcao.hnetherDDe
m g." i C o al" i ro e rs_ tit b r e e z e s to u c h e d .,o r f a c e .; B e fo r e u z_, a n d b e lo w b e a n o ver, a 1 0 .7 6 5 m il'e s y s te m o t a ~ i c T e d s i g i h d H v l a d D r s a l s n J h n
ike golde allecaroun as werte blight band Por Por-uPrinc.srthd Dlafihssre Ha vana:. offricer who was decorated with climbed aboard vith his improvis-
lik gode flck onawd.bakbn ota~ Hat: Ciddad ed' fishing rod, bent on doing
In the lights. people walked by t pinp .r4, or opened their frontlTrujillo Dom inican Republic the ,D F. C of the Royal Air a spot of filshing on the way
doom or s at and~talked w ith fr ien ds A bove the lights the d ark rin g [San Juan Pue rto Rico M ont ego Force has been British Em bassy hom e -qt is doubtful that his fa-
of the mo unta ins rose I.Lke pap ier-ma cer' and way up high just below [Bay Jam aic .- and Cara cas, Ca t Air Attache for the Caribbean their consented t o fly at water
the drifting clouds. shone -the iNain lights of Le Perchoir. |tal of Vlenezuela. area since 1954.. Commander Bea. level.


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HAITI SlIT


tIINflAlt MA RCH 1t lh 3055R


Awarded inPerfect Haitian rt
Vacationer C' u
Cup'4 :rosea re-or THREE WEEKLY FLIGHTS TO
Mir Harr, Weber leti town r- ZA
'Thuaday after spending twelve'-
'days5 in Haiti with his wile and
friends, Dr. and Mrs. Gordon of
Newport. Connecticut Mr. Weber,
.ixhd during his short stay ir, Lown R I
"ame to know it Lnmttiatelf, w as.
rewarded b3 the Hotel Villa Creu- L. soon bid sad fare%%ell to Pert au Prince s Diplomatic circle are VIA CIUDAD TRUJILLO
le for his outstanding abdities as Charge d'Afiaire_ Remani,, Soiomnyer. his stile and three children
a ,acationer. They are returning ir, their Chtilan homeland after more than two A ON MAGNIFICENT
In the following speech. tribute .ers here Haiti', Ambassador to Cuba, M. Pierre Rlgaud is here
was paid to Mr Weber on behalf stopping at Choucoune. Piacing a classified ad in the Haiti Sun this SUPER-6 CLIPPERS*
of tbe Hutet. week Gaston Turnier gave two phone numbers to be called ii anyone 110
-Each year. Hotel Villa Creole ha- info on a 6-rube military type halierafter radio which was etoleA I NO CHANGE OF PLANE
offers an award to its patron from bur, .. Ambassador Roy Ts-co Davis will patronize tomorrow's 3
whom the management deems to plans% at the Theatre d'Haiti on Ntorne Hercule. Itt the English version j
I 2121 -
be -The Perfect Haitian Vacation- ef RON TRIP21 40
ber Inthe Pasfcthi~an acvtedtitl.ef .Antigones translated from MorL .se.s.Leroy's o erslon en Creole. '",i
er.e In the past, this coveted title tla PHatmnoiNtYok sid hInwfe- ."..ROUND TRIP
Api -William P Hoffmann oi Net. ork City sailed away wtith Isis wile soc
was not announced until April 1, Thursday aboard the New Amsterdam alter ieciuring at the Rend i n" a0"DAY
but hattag rw-cognued that we PHbti should put on folklore dancing in 'the a ,._ '. I3
now have in our presence a guest ante tr anton : w hy Haitin hold th on fru e dancing in .th m' 0 EXCURSION FARE
'who Ao justifiably deserves this gternoon as well as evenings while the big cruie shps are in Port. ma o
singular award predicated on And more on the lines of an errposS Mr. Hoffmann oer a second beer -Youmayaloefurn
hi bunles ,yicl c~ti:,,devoluged that Henry Ford and Rockieller had paid out dollars to via Miami forlse
b hin keen inquiring mind, and ls bring about the 13 miserable sears of prohibition in the '. S. He pri e '.
ready adaptability to the customs editorialized that Henry Ford wasn't emen a good mechanic .. Photo- HiI..
,and cultures or the Haitian Repu grapher Chaton has the big white au--conditioned cadillac In the .I ,
bile, we are compelled to award tropctLs everyone should have an atrecondctioncd Caddy. Lalou Mar- JAMAICA i ;
this -Cup,. known as -The Me. chand flew to the U.S on business. Bob Hallock of Frigidaire (GM) "L "
ringue. to our own Happy Hai. is in town visiting with rep Ekkie Lenkie
tian Holidayer Harry Weber See your Travel Agent or
-Happy Haitian Harry was se-I
elected as the Tecipient of this A
award after carefully reviewing Harr- James L at the Casino in the guise of Charlie Paul and his
hnd screen.qg oar guest list, for trumpet Guy Durosier L' still in great roice at the Rivera. Ivan
be is the one guest who has par. Dufanal graduate of the Paladium gave a masterful cha cha cha exhib- WORLD'S MOST EXPERIENCED AIRLINE
ticipated in the greatest cross-sie- ition on the ba" at Riviera St. Patrick's day was yesterday There Rue Danies Desiouches-PorI au Prince-Tel: 3451
tion of Haitian lore ani enter, v.ere few wearing the green. In fact this is an Irishlews country .
taininent visiting the cock. Rasmunde French went to New York New York bound today are I_._. ____r_._. __o.;;,,--,_
fights. Sans SeuCi. the Beach, the Deput) Andre Jeanty. Wilbert Neptune Chuck Wiggins and family
Casino's one-armed bandits, learn. 'e:.ve -bientit. for South America in.Claude Armand flew to the
big tine name s of bartenderN. too i=eni. turnmnent in San Juan. Marguerite Gaetjens flew this morn- $ t,4d t"d 'e e
doe operators, waiters, 'opkeep ,ne Max Vi'eux has gone off again on Shads business .. Ben Funk
ers, cab driver,. arrisang in thea o A P 's Mami office Was in to aee Sun He hoped to get a 'tor on
-Irn Market and girls at the Call. Sister Joan ol St. Vincent's handicapped school Ti Albert Ethksrt iia w =Ge 'cf ine
le Titr.o s dsdwn in J1r6mie visiting with his grandma Mrs. Sansarieq.. Mrs. --'rqp---, A te-rwaft
In addition to the -NMeringue 'shurnce Latortue wife of the Educator observed her birthday Thurs--la.
Cup.. we hase this year added & s tv Mrs Pranek Aubry' wife of the live-wnre man observed her
Treasure bncefing the winer.- bithday Friday. Dr .Louis Roy and Dr Lionel Thtard visited the
Indulgence tt j; the la.t -remain. ne-a' (iunder-construction) TB Sanitorium last Monday. The 60-bed
log bottle of 3 Star Barbancourt i'uiding built by public subscription mdy be completed earl next _.o
ftam on the Island, and as reluct month FIRE ORGoo"
sont ,as we ma.y be to part withb
this Ireas"ure. wc. n think ci
no one tdat better deser',e thnis. Alsr-z.iau Leroy is placing our first newspaper kIoist at Place Gel-
*Rift .- a
. _it __ rard this week. Haitian newspapers can be bought there every day
r -nd ako tickets to the Nationial Theater
.PA]LEY IKAV EMBARRASS
AMXE]CA
The Unted States may be C,: onet Edto;ard Roy, ch,ef of the Haitian Air Porce. %is commend-
asked some embarrassing ques- ed li -_ dady for performing a difficiuh night landing at the untighted ,"-..0,, ,,
tions at Z conference hhich airport Sunday e-erdng. He was returning from Cayes with General
starLs -Tharsylay i the Weft In- Ant-)ie Leteit who attended the funeral services of Major Bureau's
dies ater ...... .
Delegates of the 21 American Hartie Srmth is down at the L.cee Nerd AleN1s. in JsrAnie, con-
ripttbihcs will discuss at Ciudad ducting a Suminar on English teaching methods. The Seminar arrang-
.T'lujilo. Dominican Republic. en by Department of Education Director Georges Marc and Inspector
the issue of the proper limit of Camille Large vill bring teachers up to date an U.S methods, a round
territorial waters, table discussion, questions and informal getting down -to' the basic
That means the limit to which problem. Dr D. D. Martin. renown Li S. pediatrician is exiiected over
a country may claim Jutsdietion from Tampa, Fia on the 31st The Doctor who hopes to contact mem. Eiralche
ever the waters off 4ItS coast hers of the local medical profession wAll travel with his daughter and
chile, Pern, Ecunador and El son.in-law, Mr. and Mr- Gene Pillsbury.. Plus too, chots~sez une montre dl
Salvador formally elaim a 2 0- Antoine Bervin received the -Juan Pablo Duarte- decoration, at the saleur. plus il Ilati exiger qu'eUe soilt
mile tilnilt. Seine other Latin A- close of the -recent Congre's of Peace and Culture which was herd totalement dtanche doric dune prt-
heris-an conatrIes are ready to in the Dominican Republic. alion durable La mantre Eierni-
make i sted Statseus In the Felix Pilorge property in the Torbeck area. a burgler wtho antichoc, antimagnetiqut. etanclie
The o united States refuses to was caught in the act of stealing was cut down by a bullet from the c'e-. po s oa
the historic limit is three m alet, gun of Leonce Beaufort. a farmer living on the Bourn' habitation. prcislon qsi i.'
It admits that the three-mile The -voleur. -as killed instantly






SUNDAY, MARCH 18th. 1956


HAITI SUN
THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
EDITOR-PUBLISHER BERNARD DIEDERICH
GERANT-RESPONSABLE PAUL E. NAJAC

GOLF IS AS NECESSARY TO TOURISM AS A BEACH

dolf courses, as beaches, are almost indispen5able to the Caribbean
islands' tourist trade. Haiti is one oa the few islands left today in the
Caribbrmn th.t has gisen lIttle or no flhini.ht to the bidding Oi a
large golt lank TWenty ,ears ago goid was pia~ed L'n the gieen caat
has since been turned into an asphalt run' a3 for Haitiis only inter.
national portor. Petnn.\'ills Club. knI.,. Ga the American Club. sup
ports a uitiU nine holu cludsc which Is for-the use of its me-mber;
Without ,C;ption c l, ,rstn',J tat fosurs tour,;m has one or
several ,1i litks
This past sc,.k Jalmaica. tor its pr,)nlollton ot ,oIf, and thus increas.-
tog the ...i-Jid s tourist trade was commended by a weekly magazine
-Golf World. published in Pinehurst, Noith Carobna. The island's
Governor, Sur Hugh Foot, and able Abe tssa, and the Tourist Board
were all given pats on the back for thuir attitude towards golf on their
island But the st&' of the story was a 6,800 yard, golf course now
under construction which will be open for the 1957 season.
Here is the story I
Janisicans, from market peddlers to thy Lsle's Gtivernor. Sir Hugo
Foot, fr.ure someday then- Caribbean location will be the point of
destination for 50 per cent niore tourist trade. And, they'll tell you
/without hesitation, golf will be a mator factor in the climb to the top
of the tourist attraction list.
Sir Hugh, in yongraulating the Jamaica Golf Association on the suc-
cessful production ot its 4th Open Championship recently said -Golf
can play a great part in enhancing our international reputation'.
That alone is a big boost for the JGA. In four years their tournam-
ent, in Kingston aimed directly at getting big names to the island for
golf and it; turn getting winter tourists to fill the ever growing galler-
ies, has sprouted from a 250 event in 1953 to a 1,500 championship
in 1956. Now, there is a move on to promote gosernsmesr subsidy oa
another 3.500. A tournament worth that much wil! surely puff in
top.p(i-:,ers where their go, so go hundreds of thrill hungry fars. Ja-
mtoico geaied by adtvnce" rhinrig promottonal nindz., s on the right
17uk. I
Abe l'7, of Kingston, head of the Jamaica Tourist Board. hotel own.
er and -.getter in the tourist lure field, is familiar with alt the desires
of the cuontry's outside visitors. lass said-
jaonaica has some line golf courses eight in all) which are parron-
Lied the year round by tourists, but we need to expand our facilities
considerably to keep up with the ever-growing demqnd,
ISSA'S !ADVICE
Issa adi.le1 is bu out reality. A new course is'under construction
and will be the site of the 197 Jamaica open. The'6,800-yard chain-
piorlship la.ouL is ,itusted on the Gaymanas sugar estate, property of
the Hamidton .fainy. long-tinme- Janmaicani residents and progressive
backer.;.
The course with be links type with a beautiful shore scene to one
-ide and mountains looming on the other. The natural terrain Is roU-
ing, the fairways are lined with thick trees native to Jamaica, all fair-
ways will be watered gnd the course will be one of the best and
sportie-t in the Caribbean area.
The island,, a natural for beautiful vegetation, provides adequate
faciilites tar care and upkeep of a c-hampionshap course. Howard Wat-
s.on, Canadian architect, designer of the new project said that the
coarse, should be ready foi play by September, and may be christened
by a ladies professional tournament. .
.An insight on the active minds behind Jamr.aican promotion i5 the
consideration of construction of a municipal golf course in Kingston.
Reasoning behind this proposal, and it is sound reasoning to he sure,
is that if the nantes are educated to golf, the island will soon be
known for its love of the game. And. who knows, someday a Jamaican
c,uld win an international championship,
Anritally, the' tourist traffic to the Caribbean area increases Jamaic
anrs are aware of this. But they are as well aware of the other vacat-ion
sites neighbouring their home.
They %ant their island No. I on the -must. list And with the.swin-
Tung, tShiing, sunning, fact growing golf facilities, get-away-from-it-al
atmosrhere and marvellous climate,4hey are armed well for the war
on the ,'tandarers.

CANADIAN COMPANY ESTABiEISHES AIR LINE
SERVICE IN PORT AU PRINCE

We learn wiIJ infinite plehure that following ghe remark-
able success o6tidned by' the Haltion Commercial Mission to
Canada. the Trans-Canada Air Lines, the great Canadian com-
pany of aerial navigation will be established In Haiti soon.
We seize this occasion to point out the really splendid ser-
vice of the Delta C. 81 S. Air Lines which Is represented by
Joseph N12dal & Cdmfzmy.
Also. wte are persuaded that the Trans-Cainada Air Lines,
wi11 follow the eeluple of the Delta by choosing a well esta-
blished Haitian firin as its representative In H1iti.
aLE MATINs

Look into the Port au Prince grocers stores, and what
do you find? tinported carrots, potatoes. lettuce, bread, meals,
chicken and eggs.
What kind of national pride do outr consumers have to send
their month' out of the country for such products that can be
produced aell here in Haiti? Kenscoif's solt is rich, rainfall
plentiful and her people work hard. We can raise these foods-
tuhrs for uur own consumers.
If we cannot depend upon national pride of our consumer
public. leta our legislators impose higher import taxes. Such
action will increase the income of our Treasury and keep the
purchase money here in Haiti for qur home producers who
will, in turn, keep the money in circulating with the same
merchants.


Editor. The Haiti Sun,
Whatt is the matter with Halt-
Uan promotion ? Woo doesn't the
Tourist Commission do more pus
hing of the smaller hotels. re;
taurants and night clubs.
There ji'e many people in the
Unite-d Staies who uould be in-
tere-ted in visiting your country
but all they hoar about are the
$50 a day hotels and the large
expensi'e restaurants and night
clubs There are hundreds of
thousand 'At middle class Ameri.
cans who would like to come to
Haiti and stay a few days In a
five or six dollar per day hotel
or boarding house I have heard
there ame some of these in yciur
C:titl11,
Why ta.i't your tourist gwides
be instruetr-d to take the tourist
on a g0idcd tour of the small out
of the way spots? All of us like to
do a little 'slumminga at times.
Dor't you have some type of lo-
cal barm dance or public affairs
that the tourist dan attend? I am
sure national pride will not be
offended by showing these sights.
I believe that interest in your
country will increase a hundred-
fold and tourism benefit if your
promotion if Haiti is improved
Strned A Friend of Haiti
Dear Stafi:
-Enclosed Ls a small piece nI
small town newspaper, and one
thing stri.ik me immediately;
that is the clearness ot the pictu.
res.
I love your paper, but some-


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times am trustnrted because the
pictures ar-e just dark squares I
wonder if the process ubed is .e
r- expensive I
I'm sure you are aware of this,
but telt like sending it along any
's ay
isi An Ardent Haitian Friend.

0-
Editor's Note"
We agree with you, dear r-
ddnt Haitian friend, about the
pictures Those in the Palm Beah
Daily New are excellent they
should be. They use the most ex-
pensihe paper in the trade, and
the modern offset printing they
use is that normally used on
pnnting suck magazines, etc.
So, dear reader, please bear
v.ith us a little longer. Have pa-
tience. We one day hope to have
you pick out the bad teeth and
pimples to our pictures, too.

SEE HAITI WITH
Christophe's CITADEL
Tour .& Travel Sernice
Tel: 7761
P. 0. Box 312


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SUDA, ARH18h.106HAITI SUNPAE


Down Eoeryr Ruek
The B(EUF CHAINE a huiiie toivit where Ihey go only and three- other children, toe boy
I uy oLca-iion ir- when really nes- decided lo do- what his father was
By Fi Lnck J Bailey I cC'O'.r, th.," lives are coneen doing in urler to he able to
i tiaicd on riFir work since b. ii ,rlng a litIlr- help ti:, hi.; family
Men known as a chained o\ I tl iev get I'. knu many plres, Firs', he eas among the '.ambu-
v ork with truck drivers. These I --e all thnt i' to be seen and en- lanis. and after seven years,
:;,cre country men who, having ioy all that can oe enjoyed in when his hroiher and two young-
nothing v ii'c. 'i 'k to 0 do il '. 'r I lr-l mgi t.et. ,Iwns ricrs ,.ete able to help them.
it h',me, 1,'. ; out some trutk Raoul is I tpis.al member ol s ,Iet he l...jric a -bo-E.Ll chai-
dnver end mils1 until they get tois trade i,-. a few y:ars ago, .ie
to be one ol I'-. d ,er': help. During ti- eight ears he
ih'ir speciAl ,..K is to l[jad t'- ic ,t i n t 'a, poial.,n, lie often
vehicle with iatr er tile p.a' I 1; r. ei thi ::. -mly sli, v'as gett
-enrigers are tak,-i. alung ih I- I ing lioi e rn.1 more proua of bhim.
Uiem! dise-nb.ok iliem, keep tile t) He tola ,iiitr reporter that from
bi.' of "iL i ek .-lean, be at the lirm lie was a boy one of hi.
ihiL bo.s' nt-e wherever he goes / I gi riest amhition-, %as to be an
ing for passengers to travel, go Ed the to:) Tle first lime he
to anyone who looks like a tra- st ated to larn to read was in
eller, find out tinom him where a1947 -A nen lie- was employed as
he i. gotig and, when they hap a .travailletr. al a public place
pen to filp1 comenne who wants i i \ Purt-u-.Prin.e. he is nowable
to go where- their boss's truck is t I to ,rite I good letter without
bound for, they. get hinm interest asking someone to help him as
in their particular car by telling he use to do before. He got mar-
him how las; it goes, how safely i ed to a respectable girl in 1950
they will travel They always are and is now the father of three
Sery oolite 'o the passengers who children and Ltil always agree
ume.mes tip them. There are Swith those who say. uvouloir
sometimes qtarrcll between L c'est pouv'oiri, (where there is a
- bceuf chaines.- this happens will. there is a way) because his
when two drivers ate going to own experience taught him so
the same place and each driver's -.., He has no special attraction, he
helper wants the passenger for only has good will toward his
helper waiitd thedpassenge
his boss. Mnst of these men have made himself a friend of your -wile and children. Once in a
no special ",u-se to live in; cot,- reporter "ihen he was trivelUing "shile he silu l3fke hem to the
tecrating -1I their capacity on to Jacmel: he is a rery wise look. Cite d? lEspoiitiont on a Sa-
their boss' business. At night ilg man He wias born at Hinche turday night and sce the moving
they sleep : any public hall or in 1910. As P boy, he was never pIctures He is very respectful
any place c. "re they are guests 6ent to school. his father was also and is also respected by all those
since their hos travels from one a load cat nr and in 1924 when who kno I m He also tl 5our
place to another: the dnly spedc- the old man died leaving his al- reporter ihat since with his
al house th have is at their mos helpless wife with Raoul good will, arid constant efforts,
at house they have is at their most helpless wife wit Raonu j H... ^ .. .....


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SUNDAY, MARCH 18lh. 1956


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P~AGE 8 HAITI SUN SUNDAY, MARCH 18th. 1959

Activities And Courses 'ACTOR JOHN B$OWLES ENJOYS
Expanding At ~Haitiant Mid-Morning BARBAN~COURTss at -FR SCO ~BAR-w
Am~erican Institute

A recordJ registration for the
se'ond seme'ster at the Haitian-A-
merican iihstitute is reported ~by
the ~Director of Courses, Ra~ion
F.Chambers, Jr. Among these
re ". "advaced students who
haye studied at the Institute for
three and a half years, orwhT
,ART. 126: It is strictly forbidden for cars to cross a transversal line have proved their skill in English
marked -stop, or to infringe an it while thie red 1lght stil shows. acquired elsewhere.
bs) It is strictly forbidden for vehicles 'to' infringe' on a transversal liarlie Smith, Buenos Aires
.line indicating a pedestrian crossing. Convention gran~tee to the Hai-
c) In 'no case should a car~ approaching a cross roads be beyond the tian National 'Depanrtment of Edu-
line when the red light appears. cation, a former faculty member
~d) 'Violation of a paragraph of this article 25 goursdes. o8 days in jail. 'and Texa~s, has been added to the 4
ART. 127 a) Clan may across over while the yellow light is showing institute's teaching staff to meet
ony onthe c~ondition that they are past the line when the light ap- the increased demand for classes
pears. Otherwise they should stop and ~wait for the green light. in English.
b)Die s wo cross over when the yellow light is switched on The children' aCourses in Crea-
beo4e ass th line will be fined 25 gourcles or eight days tin- tive 'Dramatics, taught by M~rs.
pisonet. Eleanor Schbormann ansd her. as-
AR.18 nthe case where the lights are~ not working becae~o stn Ma osau Leoy
an eetrical bak-down, or asny'other casu~e, the drivers will observe, and the classes sn English for
ther ules of priority (Chapter IX)' For pedestrians, see Chapter 111, children' taught by Charles St.
artile 2 John, the Director, were resumed'
AT.' 129: a) Cars which wish J to go. in a straight line will 'drive in~ on Saturday, MVarch 3rd; about .....
th ihthalf -of thse road closie to the middle line of this road. 75 children 'have already reit
bVehile wishngtonmakes a right turn should drive ntee-ee.Drn e~ eunvstt ot co onBls ud i e
trm ih f th~e rod, passing on the right the preceding cars, if, The Friday yeveig prog assT noon coolin offspo th 'eco Cafe Rlesurn a n the Htt
th mxiumcatin s akn.Ths anco'vre may only be made Iinboth English 'and French haeRu.I teco a' kitro ohnBes is~ see with rpreo

narowr rods he arswisingto urnriht w llolow those going fo*r Mlarch'9'were devoted tovIa'~ edFe ole*n.RunBracut h oeae r c
in a straight line. riAous phases oflife in Haiti,fe'a- modelnthinw aa -ptnguataefjdslyofHtaL
c) CaswsigL~ nrgto etwl l w dw for tlse turning turning ot Wings to Haiti th do- ar0n h zalt.
an ihtegreatest cato not to stiepedestrians who are cross- cumn5taiu inbcas te green lihte to ei side liht up at the' same time Andrde: Iescot, and Tte I1A(ipu
cars~ the a right to turn.' ((In this caise the pe. inPiiie esl na''L41k-' '
detunshaetle Tgt of way),. of art inHaiti).
d)iolatio of one of the prgraphs ofthis article will 'incur' Stu~denits )Play scrabble 'b~ater-'
a ie of 2 ourdes ao nd in tecs nn payment, imprisonment flate Monday ;evenings to teat '
fo 6ght days.~' their skill in ~English. wvi'a ~bit
(To h Contined) of' help "from dictionairesad VLACEL
(To~ ~~ .:: befitse)~ rom M. and'1MIrs. Mc Se~g nbL I~.'
ac.~edo r 1wir 'n bersitnear
VILLA TROPICANA"The Instittite also' ofritsa
cilities'to suhactivte as th
I. s to~lae) O~iVJ~E: ort'au-'Piia.' layers, a aitian
MONECAVARF (loe o lae)PETINVIL American ~Ilramrati group wo
th sluions fo.-h se1ho-prefer tse "personalizedc are meeti'E on Turaee- tfO 4jA c
comforts ofamoder~n guest-.house.' lg eb1tt:0oc
RESNBL AES~ Tihe highlight oflst ee'

titute's distiglh, 'Boardi of
Satrdy igt tsAlays CABN A COUCOUNE N ionalc 'ieco of 51etfn
1 W 4 0 A M S U N A Y C N a t i h l s h i o n S h w D 4 D n e
0 ma h~~inte, Jr enGafiPbi
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SSt. 'John' -is E1ce~le.. yt M a-
LAaamaaAques Frangoi, Scretary 'ofSte
CJI~LULU' for the jPresidency, an rCla
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ME ;eP THE STICKY BUSINESS/ IS JUSTfLETTINNGS
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SUGGESTIONS FOR THIS WEEK IN PORT-AU-PRINCE


NATIONAL PALACE






Chan'p de Mer.
Open dily except Stmday frem 5-2
Raustin Lesiertll at Fraig s a. as -s p. m.

NATIONAL MUSEUM


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Chuanp de Main
Open doll) excepl Sundays

PALAIS DES BEAUX ARTS







hnaltta. rentte.apeitten arzeefis
Open daily fro S 5
Art Rmarilbaillt

MUSEE DU PEUP'LE HAITIEN






axPahmata. Eged.a- Orsuadal
Open daily be= I I
es" furmber buIor hase
ee yoer Travel AgenZ

FOYER DES ARTS PLASTIQUES







Aix padimIves, crposition Grounds
open denly tra 95-
Permanent All Mbittail


ALT CENTER

Rue de Ia
V SMuition


Phons: 21555


Opeu. daily except Sadaly fkrn 5-
Current Art Shrea

IRON MARKET









Open dilly from S A
Special Market daysa e atordaya


METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL

RBsILIQA
do etrezODame
(Catholic)



PeUon Placa
Open dely from 4 ,

COLONIAL CATHEDRAL

A Oldest church
In Port ma Prince
F'or visit hours "ee
Your Travel Agent


Perole Plaoa
Open daily

ESPISCOPAL CATHEDRAL






Rue Parle (Near F&A Ofmcs)
Open deail
Famous-fr Its beauiifld MNalfhmI


THEATRE DE VERDURE






Aur Pabodmts. Bposittee Grounds
Open 'Tuesdays and Thumdtayn
Evening foar folklore ashee

STADIUM PAUL E. MAGLOIRB






Rue ourand
Boxing and Track Pleld events.
Football (Sa~pei) Matchem
Thrice a week at eight
ror further information Phal 201S

COCK-FIGITT ARMA






Aux palmllte" Expoatlion GrOenda
'Eight Saturdaya aftiernone
and Sundays mofaeeul


UNDERSEA GARDENS








Pert-imcPrIncr Bayr
Gies, hottnm boal leaves
Daily Casino Pler 9:30 a m.


La Belle Cr6ole






The Cartbbesnia Most
Unique Shapping Ceuter
Open do.r -from S 5 Phone: 3177

MUSICAL FOUNAM




,a
Ct de IMe aattlee, gipteilt. Grounds
Claesstal CeumenIt
.11 Wednesday and Sunday at"
from T m.

PLACE D= HE( .






Open Audliegems
Sunday Conceem faront 11.S pm
For further tn matim
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Barocuef Danecin


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C114 de l1fdEMoBERS
Atr-modltlIned BardmadI
Open froe Ia i to aunroga


Le Perchoir

Heunlhllers


Werld-renwned

MeOnU.tILeop Res-aurant,
Dancng =ad Gift Shop
Phone. 2105

CASINO INTERNATIONAL






Cith de I'Expeatliau
GamblIngs and Dancing
Open every eight
Floornhow en Wednesdaya Phone: 2073

0ABANE CHOUCOUNE

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Famon, NPightclub
Opeea O Saturday Nifhts Plesons 15

HOTEL RIVIERA






Phems: 21511
Air-conditloned Bar Dancing
Exellentl archestrh4 falkloem florshIae

EL RANCHO HOTEL







Duner danime en Mondays, w edesdaya
end FI
Pinks: 75M

HOTEL 10IBO LEL

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Dinner dances
ruesdyal and Frlday. Phaoe: U8se

THOISLAND CLUB


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CATBRFT
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Grffrard Square
Open daly
Soto.rdays and Sendays from. S I
Phe 228U1

ROYAL BANK OF. CANADA





Gelfrard Square
Open daily except
Saturday and Sundays
foree, 5--phone: ged







PAA Pomne: a141
KI- Pheusl =2
DELdA- Phease: 31113.
CU.B-AA- Phome: a1m.'
AVIATION ADB Phone: 111i"
Cempania Dominleasa de AvIyatoi.. 71

SHI0PING LINES






Panama ...................... 71tihonee: 31i5:
Coetmar ." ........... .................. age;.
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CATROUC SERVICES
Cathedral: 4, 6, 710 mad 839 LL.
Sacre-Cmrat: 5-20, T. 3:30 aaat.
SLAnne: 4, 7 and I s.m
St Gerard: 4, 5:30, and :3:0 aOm
St. Leatn de Franre: I end S a.m.
Stalneh Chapel (CWit de Izipedhlefe
In a.in
SL Pierre IPluouonve): 4, 6, a
and P.30 a m.
ate. Thdr .e (Pdtloanvlle): 6 am.
EPISCOPAL
CAthednil Freneh 6 and Eaglish tazo.
French 8 a.m.
Baptist Church:.-. nd 10 a m.
Preshvierlin: 9 ad : If a.
METHODIST
ST. PAUL AM L
4.6 n r--9-1l a. am.
11:30 12;30 EnlInk
7.9 p in. Evenlnu
MSETISODEST CIVURCEL
Rue de la IR*olution:
?,D0 ELngbh-9 00 French
610 Evangeltstic service In emrere
BUREAU DU TOUKISMM3
Avenue Marie-Jeanne.
CJI de 1' 1postlUen
Phone- 313I
Office hours: 8-1 p.


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Ave. Marie-Jeanne Phone: 2001
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On this beautiful day (the days are always beautiful hi
Haiti) we wish to extend to you our heartiest welcome.
We, as well as everyone in Haiti, want you to have a very
pleasant and enjoyable stay in this lovely ant hospitable
Island.
Haiti Sun (your newspaper) in collaboration with La
Belle Creole (your shopping center) have put out this
section of the newspaper in order to give you information
that wiU help you to make your stay not only pleasant but
profitable.
We are always at your Service, for any Information you
may need.
HAITI SUN
LA BELLE CREOLE


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#AITIAM S47#*PDA MIONT. ~
\~AN U*FONITT4ULU fXPURIUNCE


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Other leading hotels have night off the week, Dan Allen's
FRE POR PRICE special dinner daiisanits once or Ren4 ez-vou across form the
C~set iskenot o nihttwice a week. Visitors should Inte n:toa Casino goes strong
DulpGolf Bal1ls life in Port~au-Prince the not miss an opportunity to hear until. all hours. And along
~aysohitiatonofa ew Haiti's interationally known about I a. i., the joint ~is usual-
Dunop Teni BalsWorlId Pa~ris undierlined by the male Dejean Choir which~ per-~ ly hopping with oldtime Ane-
(grea savigs)bypnotic beat of African tam formis at Hotel Tho Lele on Fri-
Orrefors day evenings during the Sea-
Kisla oleves hours. son. The El Rancho 'features Ti.
Prnle Cashinere And in keeping wiith its Ro Ro, Haii's number one dru-
Roya CoenhgenFrench trgditioin the, ascent is miner, andrimeihers of the Na-
Idia Embroiered Bags on good food in a romantic at- tional Folklore Troupe on
Fae hiip eti Point Basmosphere. Few places in'the ~Friday~ evening and other spe-
QbEG &Tiso athe Lmoe world, can offer -a more enticing cial dancie nights which vary
FrnciXrfmet edgood blend of~ these tw elmet according to the season. Hotel
Guerlaihan Leanak Haiti's smrt D4amba has a Saturday night
LanvinWorthest restaurant that hovers ,00 chbAken barbeque beside4ts illu-.
Patou Le Gllion nu/nted pool, with nd orches-
CaronMilottra poviding music for outdoor
Carven Fathdancin on its marble patio. The
1ChitaDiorIa2 Vl~la Crol' Big Night is
"I Rocas, CanelThukds evening with a Hai-
aiiaarelitianBufet erv~ed~ beside its
NianiiyjLaa Ri 'Cra,'agl rpical garden
J decor ad*, of orse, dancing.

u,:Liquurs:coun is openford~inner dan- der's R1agtimeBad
Couvoiier Otrd cig Mnda ad Wednesday For seafood andsuch sp-
d 55O~.4 cialties -as Frie Frogs Les,
Napolon, Mxtell On Sturda evenng Peion-there isthe bayhore r~a-~

cheery Heening, ville' thatca -rooced niigh~t rant known a ihbowl The
I~~arie Briz~~ird, club, Cabn Choucoiune, is the food isecelet the viwine
Harvy's ristl Cram mccaof te CaitalElit and r. sting. Another noreuu
ArmanacCharreus, fet abve Prt-a-Prie andvisiorsAthernap1tinocestras rious Sea-fooddresaturan an-

Ls erand bay.Gusts during tho ith te rh ytfi ofn foe

RhumBabancout everyody mets at roft rowseat at on of themost simple that visitors need spend bol
Ilatin usc:K~h Funai, n ewitching etig ever ro no tmonthe sineIes just For dinlner mninu dancing,
''he Msi oi~lte L Bele Ceoleforvided for a roialsnst lo ingon Though this has there i Petionvile's Le Pic
AssrtentoftheFrit ndFrut uici henth liht ghenandte loggeenthosoiey gtheen.d -a thehr Pesen fea
Various Rytms. Egs an Omelttescurving baysoei outine in 4 sotf th Haiia CaptaI, ttiring Esbargo, pepr se
Oayianvododbipird affles z~i ot Caks necklace fsimrn ruand sodasae tl served ad tesr of fo aeyse
Jewelry pearls. On'the breezeswept for .20a gilss.Ther is ann- ortastedoff te Md.I ot
RryianMahganwar CaspandCol Saadsterace gest ca wach arstracefee whichvaries depen- au-PrinceAxCsqe is
r Hudpint isses hefs pecal topatthe Dominiicanbre ding upon the 6atertainnen knowni for it at flamingn

Cigas an Cig~ett Wethe it' a tick tat- dig foeignentetaiers tian dishes. The Savoyjs
Utian urtle-hell Jwelryoff the Champs deMrs, offer

Cloiuffh, Le Perhih food is Saturay night isas teihr ai o
World ~~~~~~~~superl prepared and elegant- night for taking trips int ~the fosadi o r elyh-
sen~4 ~ ~ iarby hifllsto attend peah
hisorhesraproids msi fo snt vbamboches~ or non-eli- t
k,' kirt, et. dacing giu dances held inop~einrton- tional Palace <
1 Had-paitedSkirt, Sparfising quipmnt Te tInternational Caino, a tesvodo drus. It'sang UN- tucked away in Bdis Verns
Kerhies, tols, tc-Bahin Truksthelatstaddi~tion to tesart
Hayia Pantng Naiv Poosfo Mewsaff-ipoted14nn frm Mntbe-2Q G~f~ ,icn eating hoses in Port-au-Pricee
HatnCeaiceun'hilpie Carlo is~ on fth ao For late Stayer uppers any Open all night.



sons. Ther oea dinie on Bc nH I1


are meticuilously run under thehI T D4 .
Unusual mon Gif Shps f Th prces -te fixed pice> po- supervision of th aitian< Go-
lcte sales slip wihever 'veriiriietOnhbaaie
kBK CROElctdon pucae, with ~the gurnee of an Orceata b~eas o~ut $wum- adero
!th terac oftheLE ER-the irms nmeareideticl. as, m~ambos and romantic Hai-
'("CHOIR, he famous estauranttian nmeringues for deincing un-'H M DEI RYo
01to ofBUILESdam the twinkling starst Th- OM elIEY

MONAN vrokn otNear the Casino inth bree-Th
zeswepA Exposition Grounds
Through te wie widowsis the O~pen Air Theatre d
e draw fromVerdure where visitors can
shpe'see ~aset h bcri h attend the bi-weekly shows pui By Our
-tshop es ao n. by the talented National
reathuty ornearl where one~ can sip Haitian rum Folklore Troupe.AExeln
11othuadsutemlsof punch, tes, coffee, sof drinks- Carrier
Hipnoasplan, mutisor where one can have a'Lween Around the curve of the bay
-an se, ling 3.0 feblo. meal snack of sandwiches, ca- is the newly ~remodeled Hotel
Spacous andalwys col.keice cream, while shopping. Riviera with its huge air-con~
Perhoi Gft hopofers The combination of cool com- ditioned Bambochie o~xxI and
thesam hih qaliy Fench fort, ~spectacular view,. excel- circular bar. The bar's revol o
perume. Hitin jwelydan- lent merchandise, and4 refresh- ving center serves as the stage
crft oospininsand ment, make a shopping trip to [ or Michel Dasgrottes 'tni-ln. 'Don't miss a Sunday worth HAITIS
dr o te ift items, LE PERCH(OI1 GIFT SHOP Igusi erboning anid a nightly tvrefindyNwppr
emle fomth ar corners a pleasant and profitable ax- j loo show The white-faced Ban fIavoritefienl NwpaperJ.I.
e sin the mother periencq-,- a high spot indeed da dancerisMin~sky'si rever .
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Ef you really
i ,vwr.nt to bec
.onic acquiin-
e-d v.ith H ,i-
,i there are
many intere-
'ting trips
Swlhich afford
a close-up of
-'# Haitian lie
which you cannot gain if you
confine your sight-seeing to the
city.
Most of these tips can be
made in conent onal autorno-
biles, others require the mo-e
versatile jeep to navigate the
rough spo:s and river crossings.
AUl of them can be made in sa-
fety.


There is Hertz-Drive-it
Yourself Agency in town where
you can rent a car or a jeep at
reasonable rate; or you can
rent cars, with or without
chauffers, elsewhere. The Hai-
tian Air Force provides safe
and efficient air transport to
most important points in Haiti
at very reasonnablt rates. Ask
your hotel manager or your
travel agent for details.
Each of these trips has its
special attraction. From the
longer trips you will return
with a grand thirst, a hearty
appetite, a delicious fatigue,
quickly banished by a bot bath


TRA VE SUGGESTIONS


(tor which you will have a new
respLict). You will have a new
te.t for the attractions of the
city You will fell a great pity
for the jaded characters who
have not strayed fiom the bar
since you left And, of course,
you will have a good reserve of
conver.)'jtional anmurunition to
last you for many months.
So, sta rating with the shortest
iIp; nf.st, here are a few boiled
djv.n suggestions for travel in
Ifati:

BOUTILLIERS MOUNTAIN
AND LE PERCHOIR
(Ler Pershawh) The Perch)
The most spectacular view in
Haiti: 2,000 square miles of
Ha-ti spread out before you -
a miracle of co!or, form, sun-
light and shadow! Port-au-Prin-
ce lies at your feet (3.000 feet
below) like a giant map. To get
to this breath-taking, unbelie-
cable and unforgettable view.
' )u ride 10 miles from Port-au-
Prince, through the pretty little


town of Pelionville, then up a
winding mountain road, borde-
red by flaming giant pointsetta
plants. You pass the tratched


roof habitations of peasants and
arrive in rural Haiti, where life
goes on as it has for centuries
as if the city below did not
exist. LE PEIRCHOIR, modern
oasi.s on the mountain, offers
the facilities of.its restaurant
and night club, its Terrace Bar,
and its branch of La Belle Cre-
ole Gift Shop to make the trip
even more enjoyable and profi-
table. After sundown light
w.vraps advisable, and gentlemen
are asked to wear coats in the
restaurant after 7 p. in. Allow
two hours for this trip plus
tme to eat.

CAP-HAITIEN
AND LA CITADELLE'
This trip is an experience in
history and geography. It is an
adventure and a pilgrimage
w.vhich you must not miss.


If you have the time, we re-
commend that you take three
days and go to Cap-Haitien by
car. Its about 170 miles and a
minLmnum of 5 or 6 hours, but
you should take about 8 hours
to Onjoy it most. So to one of
Cap Haitien's comfortable ho-
tels. For the night, go to the
Citadelle the next day, retur-
ning to Port-au-Prince the third
day. Eevry mile and every


hour o" this trip will be full of
unforgettable iunpressions.
If you are pressed for tume.
you can fly to the Cape in 45
mmu.tes, and can make the en-
tire pilgrimage in a single day


JACMIEL-
If you want another trip off.
the-beaten track go to Jacmel,
on Haiti's south coast. Jacmel,
once a flourishing town, still
has a considerable export bu.
siness, but is typical of mans


Haitian provincial sea-coast
towns waiting for better days
to come. Jacmell has a flavor
of its own. To get there you,
can take the easy way by air,
or the adventurous way by
road, about 60 miles, practical
ly every mile of which has a
river crossing. Near Jacmel is


one of Haiti's most beautiful
beaches, Raymond lea Babas.
Two hotels there, clean and
comfortable. Plan to stay over-
'rnight at least.
FORET DES PINS
(Pine Forest)
In south-east Haiti, a drive of--:
some 60 miles from Port-au-:.
Prince is a beautiful pine forest
at an elevation of about 7,000
"eet. To arrive at this 150,000:
acre forest, one drives through
the rich sugar cane lands of
he Cu] de Sac plain, then.-
through and prid region of cac-.
rus to the edge of Lake Etang
3umatre, famous salt lake, in-'
tested with crocodiles, lying on,\
the frontier of the Dominican
Republic. There the climb com-
mences to the cool Pine Forest"
This trip will take all dky,
returning to your hotel for
.cocktails and dinner. Passing
through a number of small Hai-
tian towns and villages, it af-.:
fords a variety of impressions,
of Haitian life and geography.
Take a wrap for your visit -
its cool up there.


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ND M H t1HAITI SUNPAE


AIMING TO IMPROVE ECONOMIC
MANAGEMENT IN GOVERNMENT
MIINISTER PON;it)\l\; IS THERE


Literally hiLntlieid Io diltre
'ent inter'Amcnerian c'u.nomlc
project,; are going on siniulta
neously thrriuhout the hemlc
phei'c. All have tie common aim
of providing a luller, richer life
tor everyone in the Americas.
Theses day-tody operations
are seldom spectacular enough
in themselves to make newspap-
er headlines, but they are Indis-
pensable to the peace, progress,
and prosperity of the American
Republics.
Amone these Lmportant en.
deavors are technical training
programs designed to teach our
people how to become better
farmers, mechanics, business
man, labor leaders, teachers.
economists, and so on.
One of these efforts has to do
with a newly organized institute
which has been established in
Washington by the World Bank.
The Economic Development Ins-
titute, as it is called i s going to
provide practical courses of Ins-
truction for economic officials
.,: member countries of the
World Bank
Objectively, the ln5tutute hopes
t,, meet the need of ]ess deve-
lIped countries for a genera]
improvement of economic mans.
-_ment in government. In this
unrinection. couLrsee are going
t- deal with matters of policy
'rid .administration of economic
Ssv'elopment proarams
Although the new school is
'ponsorea hy an internauonaj
swerninenta) body, private' or-
_lnizations have bad a hand in


t c.-stablishiiini 71e Ford and
Iut kc'l'llelr Foundation'. two o1
'lie jlargcst U S philanthropic
irsanztstion. ili-inated $85,000 a
Djie.e to co (-,r half ofi ito. operal.
Ing co ls dWrnig the iirai t[o
yeati Flie World Bank itill
meet the semainin tpenses.
EIclh Loverl neiilt contributes
$1 500 lor its nominee and gives
him lease of absence with pay
from official dutie; so that he
may attend
Fourteen participants enrolled
in January for the first six-
months' cous'"se Al are senior of-
ficials of the countries nominal-
ing them Latin American na-
tions reprt'ented are Colbmbla,
Haiti, and Mexico.
Their olfirials are. Alvaro Or-
tiz Lozano, Executive Director
of.the Colombian National Com-
mittee on Planning and Econo-
nmic Secreiary of the 'President
of the Republic. Ernest Bon-
honime, Haltan Ltnder-Secreta-
ry of State for National E

i1ii, irl'Il P.in', taIfl i as -eil as
I 'l iii iieii onei nnr ntal bodies
iajd ir ,.a-iv. in Wa- lington
T['ie iii;i'.I I t. :,1- 1. 't ill be able
i) i.,.- Il,. 2:i ik', %eallih of cCO)
nonil doa[i ji -uhIleLt matter.
Dii ''.li' riR iro5j rha thir
t, -.v, til tie nev'. school-
. l'Ci nri'aii eliori will be con
cc-nist e.] on ilAking econornjc
problems ,inie iritelligible and
oln 'if.trinr; tic- .ii', of wa.v in
iilus, trio Ia sc been handled
io see 'hi-Ii were successful and
Jliilcit "'0i i n.t i We 'hall das
pense almost entirely with for-
mal lectures, relying instead on
debate in seminars and smaller
groups, and on preparaton of
snort reports by these smaller
groups on selected problems...
In organizing the Institute,
the Bank had -to keep In mind
ilt responsibility to promote
ahe common interest of allt Its
members It has used various
methods, of assisting more rapid
development throughout fthe


my and Jorge Espinosa de los: / '-'- iW '
Reyos, Mlexican Chief of the E- '4_. <,
economic Rcearclh Unit of the: ,':
National lnve-tmenl. Commis- V "''.
Officials fromniuther Latin A
mer.icn coanre aere expected i ( H/l
ito oprol'l tn future couAes. iiiiill
DI'ector of the new Institute J P 'l
is Professor .A K Cairncross,
Professor of Applied Economics (4larclt-ao
and Director of the Department Q_-i_ i_ l
31f Social and Economic Research n I
of Gla-coiw trniverir;- of. la- 3t1
gow. Scotland
Lectuirers will be draw n from


%,rid. including loans, survey In-ritute represent' one more
ni'-ions, nioviding economic working tool at the disposal of
and finan,,al advisors, member countries for use in
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The spirit of Adierture! It is a thing we all should have.
Everybody says so Elderly politicians rise erealdnig from
their seats on the front porch to urge t11, writers of leading
articles in the world's journals hammer out the message on
their portables with nicotine-stained forefingers, and even
the boys around town envy the men who voyage to the four
corners of the world so this column, wlhieh once explored
single-handed, the more desperate stretches of Croix des Bos-
sales takes pleasure in telling the story of'the visit of the
Count of Flatbush of Brooklyn to the Iron Market of Port
an Prince Haiti.
The Count vetntured forth from his well tendered banana
plantations in Flafbush only when his doctor told him the
trip aboard ship into the summery Caribean would be an
investment with a hundred %" pay-off as fails his health was
concerned.
But a life of bargaining does not become a habit it becomes
a disease and when Count Flatbush poked his tomato red
nose around an opening in the iron market he spotted mar- .
chando La Merci selling all kinds of straw and market articles
to his defenseless, naive, inexpericed fellow cruise-ship pas-
sengers his hands 'came together in the habitual twist and
rub action, his back' arched, his uncovered, honey white legs
knocked together slightly as he went forward' crying. This
will never do, snever,.,neverw, he recited 'as he hurriedly"
made a passage through*1t jheap of mahogany bowls and
slacks of sisal baskets. ,- ..
Never had such sucker'a showed, themselves.ion Flatbush
where they scoffed atlBdscostume. jewelry' afanowibought
old rope ends fashifonef io' uNothilngw, like, tfe"inmaJesof
Sing Sing do. '. .-
,Hot much d4es it take t6'.join you in ,pg04riIslifp7 asked
the Count to La Merci, In Brooklynees, a'patbis .similar to
*creole. The settlement ,ook so long the Camnt.missed his
boat and today can he seen In the disguise, oWfa' nmarchand
calling for costomet'ai the irot. market a-'Ldok end see !
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Art And, hy the time sightseers
hake viewed tne modern resi.
denitial sephions and the rude
factories %..here H-iiti'6 g[ilca ing


pafi-id n two -parate tours.
foe ''ir.t t.;-.r S5 and takes tra-
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-"at plan'trionrt and through
It n 5 Th, ,.r 4 '] % Wage ; The


You can have'fun galore with
a five dollar bill in this heady
Haitian capital.
Five dollars buys a morning
long ride in a glass-bottomed
boat to some of 6e most specta-
cular coral reefs in the Cartb-
bean. Or, if yqu want to be in
the thick of thing.-, it pays for
a spear fishing trip.
For the same price Nou tan
visit a voodoo temple and watch
ceremonial dances, join an exu-
berant social get-together of
peasants locally known as a
"bamboche,. and -progress to the
tony atmosphere of nightclubs
oaLronized by Haitian elite.
If that's backing too much into
an evening. ,ouull find matchless
entertainment in a performan-
cece of the National Folkloric
Troupe. Such ap ,nEfning wnUl
set you back only $ including
transportation, and it vtill be a
long [me 'before you forget a
joyous dance Like the Congo.
dating back to the 18tb century.
or carnival capers tike the in-
tricate Mazoune
With touris.t traffic slated to
increase this winter now that


I,


p"Lrais up *o KenwSoi where the
da, becort ntist.%. pine trees
replace palmn;. and children sell
bouquet-; ot daoi-=e-. .eranurns
r,- camwnai-.ns tar 15 cents
Or, the b, 't hack to the capi-
3). a ,dffsrert tout, is taken to
a 3,000-foot -hif whre one may
9e37 at 3 pano-ama of the Bay
of Gonaei. tie .pat kiug vnihte
,capital. iti! plain patchwork
of geerns. and range on range or
InounrtaJn
For this 'evctar mountain
boar one Fas,.5 only $150 more
than the artist fjie dollar hill


hais in3atgurated direct 7'12 mahuganyiare and f'unrrc uthr n.ne's ip to Perionvtilic.
hour ,erv'ce from New York to is produced by hand, they know mo-atain uburg of Port au
complement its three-hour they've had more 'han a e;so,, Prince %bhert horne_ and hotels.
ftights from Miami, travel ry look Ieiled ,n ta-ade- cf coral bob-
agents in 'hi; city have organiz- Hawti's iade green Cull de Sao gain;-0ilea. perch a thousand; to
ed compact si-ghtveeing tours plain, and its aprnot, plum and to trub-rd :ecl aboie sea
that seldom cost more than five apptegreen mountain. sre dis- F TIe. b, ,oller-cna.ter road
dollars.
Tourists get their ntone'e's - - -
worth, for example, in she five
buck tour of Port-au-Prince.
While impo ing pubUc buildings,
like the National Palace, are
pointed out, visitors get a feel-
ing of participation in the many-
faceted life ocf the capital when
they push their way through the
crowded Iron Market where the
clamor and confusion, in the
words of author William Krauzss,
is like a 'sinking commuter's
ferry, yot get the impression
that sormeb-Ad has luat shouted,
lasit boat to shore."'
The city tour shows tourists
the famed murals of sehl-taught
Hmatans n the Episcopal Catte
dral It taI:ks them to the Cen-
tre.jd'Art where the work of a- cording to Senor Cel-n '7c.jrttne -rne., are tine Iast
ia, repr-.entatise vt Cubana d- '% 'ord n pr'upelior dr-'en 3irraiL
tented taxi drivers, policemen .Ia.on to Port.3u-Prince, n -Cub'hana V0ich i- enjoying t
and peasants are displayed .omparnv iill soon put net. Br, 4i1' pa.senger increase oser
along" with the paintings of ar- tih mde countsns on the Port !a.;i e a fast
[isis who have won recognition -kmd~ctuto th Por ea r i haeafst conne,
tiss wo arewonreogmonau.Pruiee.SanUago run ]'he Xi:' [tion with Haar ta;- 1 arllae[
counts, powered by Rolls Royce de Cuba.
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PAGE 16 HAITI SUN SUNDAY. MARCH 18th. 1956
HAITIANS SELDOM LIE ABOUT THEIR AGE BUT- hh oon pas near thet al. hsandhad oly
little snop of his rtsal. As he four tingcr' The thumb had
HAVE ORIGINAL WAYS OF TELLING IT ;,a ,i iyi bs.'he allowed neer ronioEd from hlis right
%ti-e ,ontenis to fall from a small hand
1Conlinued from paoe di icvealing the dar and year of ,.Ioth which he carried. He had -
py at escaping punishment march certificate of the parties, and jour birth' Did you not know earlier scattered an equal por- .
ed with the soldiers all qoimning \Why should you play right that this key information, in the tion of the ashes on a small bar-
in' their favorite song dedicated the Mistress remembered to ask hands of a powerful .ounga- m&y ren field nearby
to President Nord Alexis: the girl as to the whereabouts be used to conjure up a charm Not long afterwards, Eurene
*Majn papa... Ma1t papa. Li of her own. With a confident that" could destroy you? Such had a sihght accident. While ply-
c'est vraiment bon papa. smile, the girl informed herthat pertinent data can counteract ing his needle to a pair of kata
Pays nous c'est pitite-ou, her toaptistere, was in the pos- your own destiny. For example, pans he "as making for a cus-
Tout ga qui bon wap all1 ban ses.ion of her godmother, one of our friends in the plains will tomer, he nncked his finger
nous. toe leading residents of .AUira. vouch for it that Eurene had re. sharplyy He did not give the
The children, pencils poised to gone the region where thegirl turned from the city schools matter muih thought until two
try to calculate the age of the be- was born An exchange of car. with a lot if fine airs, boa-ting days later when his hand became
loved old man. usually forgot what res-pondence finally got the Ire- that he had completed his ap- swollen and it "as when the in.
they started out to do, and were assured d.xumeni to the capital prenuiceshp %ith a leading tail fetion had gained the aim, that
cAl-ied away by this barn actor. just two days before the wedd. or. and now at the age of 26 he he va, taken t-j the big cityand
But one of them finally found an ing v would be the first citizen of his inietined it the b.pital. His tie
answer- *Toniton Renaud is age- But-tu marriage never came illage From the minute he ,a-, -aved. but when he return HOTEL PLAZA
less., he declared, sull under the ioff The 25-year old shoemaker omrrmitted this great indiscre ci t. rhp "jlla.*: three montrI Champ de Mars
spea wotn by the old gardener stoutly refused to go through lion. his Intal coaniputo.', rim. - i------ ------- de -----
whp consoled them always by de- ,il-i a wedding with a onde of Ir, rushed' to the old ,oman i
clatng-. -C'e"t sans stgnffiance.. 36 years The ejeune file. had Lsbo could handle such things
A friend recalls an incident n 'et knows her own age, and With the ,ge 26 already admntt .- -
involding the age question which had ne.%er bothered to tir to el o', EurrCie. it .tas not rilon I '1
nad an unusual climnax. One of find out tier ride had present, berior an rold nman wias found *I
wel-to-do families of the capital ed her from confessing this fact ino rem'iibered that the Ovo W.
received a special visit from a Lo her good MJ-tress; and her had been hnorn on their day that
yoting man whom they had 'often ansur that she .was twenty- the \atei- from the mountains /
remarked near their home, and three had been itl-fired by the had inlea-:',icd their lury, drench
who had eves only for their ;act the ldei- girl of the fan',- ing the plains and \destroying I
nurse, Ar'ae He made clear ly had recently been the object their erops, and finally a datl
his honorable intentions aid of a brilliant celebration on the -.'ould be figured out
demanded the girl in marriage, occasion of her 23rd birthday Now, the 'oung tailor' was .
stating that his earnings.as a anniversary The truth of it was ieaily in'ft'.r it. A stnp of bark
ucoronien would permit him that Ananne did look slighUty was ripped from a Lertain tree
to give his wife a good living, more than the age the profess- nd Mmijnilu. robe to the home -of
and ,1Jaame was tein arid., ed'but. this was attributed to the the scribe Ito have it engraved .
thee requested to giveb.her ess- fact that site had a bard life. with the roman numerals repre- //,"jtSt
sints and 'e the-tmarralne- at Afer the first few weeks of senung tha day. the month and / ,' i -
theitr. wedding. The family in shock and chagrin, the house- the year, snd almost overpaid i "t
whoae -e~res. .the bride..eci hold settled down again, and the te fee. in his excitement. The ,I A masepiece of the SwViss ('ateh'Industry
had been*, 'g g herself for bride-who-almost was would be bark was th.n placed in a spe N. on the u list ti e r r ee tour.s
the .past eigll years was very careful that her next Suitor cal ve-Iel by the.old womanand g list (f eve t
much pleased with the good for-. shoild be encouraged only if he put to burn over a slow fire, for PR
tune of tie young woman, and could boast a few threads of a whole day. When it was pro- 1R P RR A
deq 4ed to dr-b.take charge of all silver among the gold perly reduced 'to ashes, the pac
prq.aatios .fo t"er. trip to the And although opinions are di- kage wa-, handed to Mimus GIRA RD- ERII I U X
alita. verse and sundry as to the rea- with the necessary "instruCtions.
ato you have an idea as to sons for this quaint custom., He was seen the very next day QUALITY WATCHES SINCE 1791
what your age is? the good Mis- among the masses of generally
'tress said to the girl a little lat- going through life with no
er thought given to this matter of
ifTuh.. o 'Madame.- she *re- age, some venture that It R0\
pBed promptly. I! 'ar twenty- began as a matter of su'persti-
three years oldts Lain and was handed, down by
All was well. On of the essen- tradition. '
ial papers in mnattirs of' civil Ii y should oou play right
marriage in HaJti is the birth int the hands of aon enemy by


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SUNDAY HrAPPEN tiah 'are


Nadin Al Khal has word that
hs -sis'er Nadima will have a
June wedding in Tripoli. Lebo-
nron. The. young lady will walk
up the aisle with Aziz Deebi.-
x s X
Dr. Nahum Wiener, a Heart
disease specialist is here ai the
El Rancho and will lecture at
the Medical school tomorrow
xxx
Leon L Usherson, district di
rector of National Cash Regiler
Co Santurce, Puerto Rico
leaves today after two-weeks -f
-at the summit- talks wiih lo-
cal Rep. Decateral
xxx
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Nid.l re.
turned home on Delta 3a:iirday
morning. They visited with son
Jean-Claude at College in Cali-
t'omn3ia.
XXX
hMrs. Ruth Brewer wife of the
LUberian Ambassador, accompani-
ed by Mrs. Rolande.Beliard, Mrs
May St. Cyr, Docky St. Cyr, and
, Jose Martinez, motored to the
north for the week-end, on Fqtday
morning bld a visit to the Cita-
del The party' is expected back
in port on Tuesday.
x X x
Mrs. Marie Wallingford left Fri-
day afternoon for a week-end in
the Dominican Republic stopping


overnight in Cap-Haitien She
will return to her desk at Point
IV' on Tuesday
XXX
Mr, Otte, congenial manager
of the Randan Hotel in Aux Cayei,
i- being visited by her charming
daughter LUsabeth Elizabeth is


Brewer were feted by the Raoutl terdam, Thursday. to buy some
Chains on Thuesday evening, at Haiti Sun4. Harold is with the
their Canape Vert home, with Metropolitan News Company
thirty guests attending which handles the distribution
x X Ix of the ULS leading newspapers
AiMr Virginia Fields mother of
Frank Fields of Firestone left S x .
Saturday for her home in Char
lesson, West Virginia. She came Jo-epn E C-ros, Chief o0 the
to Haiti on the recommendation Con.iaJar Section o.i the U S. Em-
of her daughter, Mary, who visit. j a.'.. returned Monday from a
ed the country last year, and de- snort spear iihina v1i.t, tii Aux
cLu-es that even Mary's ross ac- laye- E.mbasSy and airport of-
counts of rOle good times to be I finals Aere startled when Mr
had are pale in companion to Gr-.s artrived with his suitcase
personal experience. Legal Secre- and .peargun min one hand. and a
tary to a Charleston firm ot la'. liue turtle in the other.
yers, Mrs Fields who saw mardi iMr Grois is ruing at the Sans
gras and the Citadel, declares she Souct Hotel and the big que'suion
'ndl spend her next '-ear's leave I E .l he ha. he turtlet cooked
bick in Haiti fnr dinner or h. be raising it to (
X ; N i matunty.


JMr. and sirs I_ H Wulu iCu.


own-counrr) fir a iew weeK's ,
vacation with her mother before racao Tradn, now. base the per.
teet oai-. -LcUi5 H-!einrcha, joined
returning, bh way of Port.-o. le-mcnths old nla jflowerd on
Prince, to her home in Cap Hai- Fmontebru od t ri. (flower) on
-tian and her coffee planter bus- B- 13t, we igi i at,
hand Hans* poundi The lovely traman.
is the t ,rmer Renee Mint of Go
x x naive_

painful back injury. flew toMia- 7hurida), D. B. Dadlani, tana
mi. Tuesday to receive the care ger-Owner of Mais-on Orientale,
ot specialists The Director of observed hil birthday with a sur.
Pan American here had hoped prise curried champagne dinner
lto return by the week-end at home in Petion-Ville. The pre-
X x x maturely graying merchant of Ve-
Hans Lmindeman had htile suc- tice has reached forty.
cess with interesting the United x x' X
States in a lecture tour about Mrs. Edward Schoucair is re-
his exploit )f crossing the Allan- turning to her Eddy, wealthy Ja.
tic in a dugout canoe, and will maican 'hommne d'affaires. to-
probably head back to Hamburg, day, terminating a six-week vac'ha
water a visit to Cap-Haitien. The i lion with her parents, the Joseph
tall, sympathetic German, has Abrahams of Perion-Vile. The
rid himself of his barber and dark-eyed brunette beauty has
revealed an open and kindly been irving in Jamaica more than
face. The doctor's canoe can be five years
seen down by the Cabotage x X x
Wharf.
x x Harold .1 Weinstock of New
Ambassador and Mrs. Georges York dropped off the New Ams-


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SUNDAY, MARCH 18th. 1956 HAIII SUN

Add this up and bua a totter,


Our latest report states that
"vas appendix and -not the thoug
.oi his transfer in Mtay to Nea Z
and that laid low in bed Fren
Ambassador Roger de Bercegol
Lile
'cxx
W,'all Street was represented
the Viila Creole this past week I
Count Mike Sieniawsky, Vice Pr
sident of the Irving Trust Co
pany. The Count and the love
Countess Riza spent a full we'


it The prpaJar Perustan Ambas-
hi sador, a master yachtsman, and
el- Mrs. Alberto Saez. gate a cock-
rh tail party.Tu-sday evening
de Mrs Eleanor Cannon who
spent Monday to Wednesday at
Ibo Lele with ter maltese dog
at NaNoomey, ha tretuined to New
bs York, 'Mrs Cannon, flashing a
re. giant heart-shaped diamond ring.
m- told a beachcomber that she had
ly lost three husbands in death
ek xx


ng.. e, i. a e a ~ nM e r and Mrs. Louis B. Coles,
sights X the well-known family of tall-
ors tn Port-a'u-Prince. celebral-
Vic Aybar, First Secxetar) of ed their 25th welding anniver-'
thc Dominican Embassy, wife sary on Thutrsday ,with children
Alousson and son Rafael returned of the Coles clan giving a feast
home to Bourdon in time to cele- for their parents.
brate Pictor's. birthday, Wedoes. x x x
,day. The young couple spent two M i s s Dolores Charles and
weeks enjoying the Fair in Ciud- GUot Prudent were married on
ad Trujillo and visiting with Vic- March 10th at the Sainte Ca-
tor's parents. Vic's pa was one of therine Church, In the Bronx
the popular Ambassadoam to serve New York City.
in the Capital. They made the trip x x X
so their Morris Minor- Miss Antonine Fabien will
4X x x become the bride of Roger Co-
riolan on April 7th at 6:00 P.M.
Evelyn d'Adesky is h e a d- at the Cathedral of Port-au-Pk-in-
ing for 'gay paree' on the 25th, ce.
on a long vacation which may ev. X x x
entually turn into a back-to-school Richard Miller, a feature wrii-
period for Evelyn, so friends at er on a Boston newspaper, is
Hotel. Villa Creole gave the lovely down for a visit at Hotel Majes-
idemoiselle. a farewell pary, tic, Petlon-Ville, with his wife.
Thursday evening. x x x
x The Ambassador of Nicaragua
Aftdr Colurabinj caia~ the Her- will confer the medal of the Ord
mans. David Heal-"Tai *sd his' lo- er of Ruben Dario upon several
vely wife dis&acejerd -alti four Haitian personalities during re-
years ago, and li.e, been pqwer- ception at Hotel Beau Rivage ip-
f .I .k at t'L ," Elkee mak. morrow evening froa 6:00 to 8:00.
4ng H Utlsatu.'Back at the Jbo x XX
teld, the Herrei .ae here for a: The Canadian Ambassador and
Mrs Scott will dntertained at a
Jeast. two weeks.1 4 r exception at El A"acho Hotel on
3s;x X.Wednesday evening from 6 to 8,' in

Bone specialist, Dr. Thomas Pe- honor of Secretary of State for
person was dmwn from Boston Foreign Relations and t--. Jdseph
his second Vacation at the Vhis D. Charles. Ambassador Scott re-
Creole ,m .. ... sides in Havaia.


. e .t c rU~tU -IK has wuc
saw the cotdttry by auto.
. xxx
Canada's Clae of Protocole and
Mars. d'Arcy,, of Ottawa, wit] visit
Pera au Pince' on Saturday when
their ship, the S.S. ".Empress of
ScqUand., 'is expected to dock in
our waters.
1 X X"


xxx
Mr. Hans Bertelsen, Danush Am-
bassador, is expected from Mexico
this week. He will be lodged at
Hotel Choucoune. a
wxh x X
Visiting with local representat.
ice Dick Lpegstra. the tall Carib-
bean Inspettor of'- Heineken's
Beer. aecosnoanied hv Ernori Dl.


ticket 8 30 Thursday evening, a
biack pigen den mnto the lb.,
Lele diningroom ard k".:s swiftly
ierffuLe, by a waiter %%h. disap-
peared in tilt direction of the kit
then At tile table om late dmern.
Mr :nd Mr; Alan t Blau *ai 193
Bartlett Avenue, Pinsiteld Mass,
a startling dl-.cuver. w,:' made
Mlr Blab had not been prevent
when the pigeon zoomed in past
Mrs Eleanor Dulles' table and
cracked up ag.,.ins the cyluamn.
and when he heard the news he
unfroldeo. without a creuse of a
,mde, the tragic stora ot his bird.
less life. He could not keep com-
pany w-ith our dear little feather-
ed friends, even -the eating kind.
Probing deep into his raisin-pud-
ding dessert, he gave us the facts.
Strangely t1le vultuwres at Sea I-
land. Georgia, didn't disturb him.
H-e combatted bats and rescued
ladies at Kingsdale. Mass. when
a pheasant hunter fled before the
onslaught of the eerie creatures
The pheasant hunter who refused
to rise to the occasion is still liv-
ing He is S. Harlie Jones Wife
Rose volunteered the information
thr.i bats have no feathers. The
Blau's have not named any of
theo- children 'Robins. The ma-
nagement must therefore congra
tulate the swift action of the waiter
er s1he renowned animal-loving
Americans are not all bird lovers.
x xx
Haiti is very lucky in having as
visitors Mr and Mrs. Irwin Jacobs
of Cleveland Ohio. Joy and Irwin
young sociologist are soakingup
the atmosphere at fbo Lele.
xxx
Miss Nicole Verdier, student at
Seaton Hill College in Pennsyl-
sania. was lauded for her speech
on Scoit achievements in Haiti
when she was invited to speak at
the recent Association of
Girl Scout Chieftais in Latrobe,
Pennsylvania.
.C x-X
Mrs. Dixon Slack left her Morme
Hercules home for business in New
Yorl. and as McArthur mildly put
it, -I will return to this lovely
tropical isle..


xxx
Belay G. Charleston, 'aation'de Ti
gasoline, owner offered a cocktail ij
party Thursday evening for some
visiting American friends.
xxx
Mrs Denise Chain. wile ot Col-
onel Chain. Consul General of
Haiti ,in Miami, is in town. G


Halit has been invited to, par.
ticipate in the Second Congress M
of the Inter-American Cultural
Council to be held at Lima, Peru,
this coming May. The organize.
fion of American States (OEA) is-
sponsoring the congress organiz-
ed .ith -h 1_ r ,


Mr. and Mrs. John Crsoley re rectors Weymarshausea and Zant- ESCO. The Ministers of National
turned to" O'ahia Nebraskl. Satur. man, are being shown the town. Education of. then member count-
ejay after enjoying a fortnight They represent the beer that has tries will meet for a specialized
with their son, Major John Craw- done more for building up good- conference. ,The invitation was
l6y of the USAF nJilsipn and Fa. will"for Holland that Bols Gin, transmitted to Haiti by the Per-
niml3 In Petionville o The visitors are lodged at Hotel uvis.i Ambassador at -Port au
X x Villa- Creole Prince
Mrs. 0. J Brandr flew to Kings. I x "x x x
ton Friday. Agriculture Department's Jac- Arriving in port on Thursday,
-ques Carbonel and Jean Lambert the 63-day *Carnival at Rio. tour,
will leave shortly for 'a Washing- from New York Rio de Janeiro
ton on a six-month's brush up on -Sao Paulo Montevideo -
their English and to absorb the Buenos Aires Santiago Lima
latest developments in the science Bogota Caracas. Thi group
/ of Business Administration. consists of 6 Canadians from Mont
N> 'FOR RENT real. organized by Voyages Hone
Furnished at Pelion-VtIe 3 They stooped at Hotel Choilcoune,
bedrooms. ;125. Contact C. H leaving Saturday for 'Miami
li I,5l11, c'o Curaeao Trading' 'Co C x x
Phones 2130 2040 3050 O Olga Crepsac is off to San Juan


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O, of the season's most uhanr ing brudes was Miss Fabsenne W'itux
who became the infe of Engincer'froanos Mal ka in a 5:30 P.M cere-
monyt at Eglise de Sure Ccsur, on Saturday, March 3rd. followed by
n sn,ptuous reception at the home of her mother.
Elapantly gowned in a creation of lace and satin by Mrs. Jacques
Rounwni of the Haute Couture, the bride wuqre a finger-trp tieil of
illusion face, and carried a boquet of dahlias by -Tabu%.
The %marrasne. was Mrs. Yotane Simon, accompanied by David
HBbbert, ,parrainn. Mass Murielte Thebaud, escorted by Rei 'M'arihi,
and Miss Jacelyne Roy. escorted by Jacques Rigaud, her'ed as *que-
teases..

The bride as the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Andtld Vieux, and'
the granddaughter of pioneer comnmergant. the late Simot Vieux.
The groom, a nanve of Tcheco Slovakia, is detached to the Port au
Prance branch of the French ioad.buafding company G Gmnds'Trn-
t-aux de Marselte,.
The dtstinguished young couple honeymooned at Fermatbhes.
I


Nest Thursdayy is a big date Cap Haitian's John Laroehe,-
for lovably blonde Suzanne Stokes. wife Concertt and daughter Alice
Metle will observe her third birth- are cLippering off to New. York
day-and doesn't she know it. this weeknd. "
The Pierre Legrandis of' Slieu - Xt t.
are going off on vacation .bien- Lduis Desroche's flew to- New
tat.. York on the 16th.


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(You do?)
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rs. de YOUNG GRISWOLD (formerly of Hotel Oloffson)


SA.LUTE TO THE CARIBBEAN at the 'Kick Off' Press Party for
(he Misi United States Pageant ot 1I16. Ijotx. -Phillip Coltop,-lepre-
.enting Trinsdad & Tobago; tinje Van Hoboken of the Netherlands
West Indies Tourat Bureau, Lee Karwick, Executive Director of the
Csribhaesa Toarist Association, Dr. Ralphe J. Bunche, U.S. Under
Secretary to U N; tt S. Congressman Adam Clayton Powell.'3r, Chair-
man of Mblis U S Pageant. Elaine Keating, Representative of Domi-
nican Republic, Jeofrey Holder of Trinidad; Mary Millar, Commia-
,ioner of Trade & Tounr m. ttS Virgin Islands: Hermann Dbsir, Dir-
ector, Haiti Governament Tourtnt Bureau tstorfy page 17)


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PAE 0 AITI SUN SUND AY, MARCL(H 18t.19

Locals Trounce 1'ez, Nieto, Gotemberg Matsson, AlNee
otne r 1) Otero, Delgado, Noguera, PdnAlNee
culair shot fro Fenol bit the To4 Complete,.
cross bar and- rebounded over ~ O .F ~~1~1t
th gal Inthe 25th. mnute, Ve. ATOMORR

on o teir en n excited aCntn ezd Tompae1
Segen i. h badbeat teref man, Robert Aderson,~ etc., to (~ni
to he hisle by tooin hi a.rond-abl dscusio o the Barll, ,an yovr -Calle~d'
own. ~~~modernpoetJ ic ~ lagag.adam aliethe oe
Legosa ickngb~all up and The~ Creole version bobs now
undr he i ihs.ofLe Per4oir. beOen tranislated into Eniglish, andinTteu
anoherg~awheh rouht ith gug plyee reetdi flew to Cap Haitian adoeu
riooii.A~lade'forn ~the spc- H~aiti ~by~ a Haitian author n ~ iee ri oteCtdlad
tatfs:Hpdi's ne Grektrain- actors. The-cutanrs esolA-rtrent ota-rne i
wen ItO it t te ~ aii Egl ~ the o evening icoldn i as frsh as
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