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Haiti sun
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SCOTCH WHISKY




____ THE HAITi
i'VOLUME V. Port-au-Prince


OE : A 'plane load of Je-
ie refugees disembark at
oen Field.
VELOW.JPupils of Legon Fath-
SLejievre's flattened Jarit
Shol arrive in Port-au-
ce- one lucky babe is
Fr being carried to the wait-
Scar by Mrs. Marcel Font-
Iiv wife of the Secretary of
ale for the Presidency and
O National Economy.

LIGHTS GOON B

DIRECTOR PC
No definite date can yet be
ven for the end of electric!.-
cuts but within ithe nex,
ree weeks Port-au-Prince
(h ul1 look a little less gloomy-
if the Electric Company's ho-
'1e are realized.
In an interview with the
Sun. this week, tall, earnest
0 1opagnie Eclairage Director
v ges. V. Polley s a i d .
Thin fifteen da.'s to three
A ks, qt may be possible to de
V e the periods of rationing
Sg the daylight hours, on
Se of the circuits..
e also have reason to be-
e he continued -that the
iruptions due to rationing
i "ld decrease in frequency
*1out six to eight weeks.
: it is our firm hope that


US SOLDIERS TO LEAVE

1 ROAD BUILDING
RUMOUR
U. S. soldiers stationed at
Jerenme to assist in relief and
recue work will return to their
San Juan base .in the next
few days*, Colonel John. W.
Browning, Representative of
the Commanding General of
I.
the US Forces in the Antilles,
told the Sun, in an interview
.Wednesday.
The soldiers, Colonel Brown-
S (Continued on page 4)

SITUATION IN
NORTHWEST TERMED
.*... GRAVE

A Coast Guard ship, bearing
a Red Cross mercy party, me-
dical equipment and supplies,
steamed north yesterday to the
aid of hurricane torn villages
of dhe Noi'thwest peninsula.
The isolated and almost roadci
less area was hard-hit by Hia-
zel, according to reports from
Venezuelan and Haitian planes
that flew over early this week.
(continued on page 2)

1Y CHRISTMAS

ILLEY HOPES
early inDecem'ber interruptions
may be kept down to such as
may be neccEssitated by main-
tainance operations or unfor-
seeable events.-
In explanation of the perio-
dic ,black-outs, that have p13-
gued the city for the past two
months, Mr. Polly said that oa
August 19th, mirinainance eo-
gineers discovered a long
fine crack in the main forged
steel flange which connects our
largest Diesel Engine to our
largest generators.
If they had not discovered
the crack in time
company officials state plant
operators would have been
killed and the plant wrecked.
'Had the machine been per-
(Continued on page 15)


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/AN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER


Republique D'HAITI


SUNDAY', OCTOBER 24th


260 DIE AS LANDSLIDE
WIPES OUT MOUNTAIN
VILLAGE


Berly, a small village situat-
*ed half-way up a 4000 ft moun-
tain twelve miles south of Por'
au Prince, disappeared comple-
tely Tuesday night beneath an
avalanche of rocks and earth
loosened from higher up the
slope by ,incessant rain sincz
Hazel.

Of the estimated 260 popula-
tion, only two escaped unhurt
-one a child who heard th-
rumbling in time, and another'
a woman who was visiting her
mother in a neighboring dis-
trict. An injured man Alexis


.Petit Frere, was helicoptered
out of the area yesterday morn
ing by a U S Army Sikorsky
(helicopter His neck is apparet-
ly broken and he found talk-
ing difficult but babbled or
rocks, while on his way to
(Continued on page 16)

Mapou submerged
aid on way
Mapou, the little farming vii
lage that supplies Saltrou with
vegetables, is totally subminerg-
ed, according to Dr Louis Roy
who flow over the area Sa-
(Cont.nued on page 16)


Relief airlifs make Bowen Field

Caribbean's busiest airport
Mr. Jimmy Plinton, who, help- the Haitian ALr Corps DC-3s


ed direct depot No. 1 in the air-
lift of food to hurricane swept
areas, here gives us a run-down
on 'the busiest little airport
in the Caribbean, as it teem-
ed with relief activity. Jimmy,
former Tuskagee flying instruct
tor, is an experienced pilot him
self, and a pioneer of Caribbd-
an air trails.


On Tuesday, October 13, while
the mad-dog hurricane Hazel
was taking a last savage snap
at the northern coast.of the
paintully mauled HaitL a bI)ig-
bellied Grun.nman AlbatroS,
amphibian whined in out if
the leaden sky, plumped dov.wn
on the rain-swept runway it
Bowen Field, and waddled over
4
to the taxi strip to bring ne\w-
of and load supplies for th.?
stricken s h;'.'hwest province, .
Thus started the series of mer-
cy flights which balooned over
night Into the biggest civilian
airlift in the history of this
country and has made Bowen
field the busiest airport in the
Caribbean.
Within twenty-four hours


and Twin-Beech, and the U. S.
Navy's eSaipan. with h e "
aerial compliment swung Into
action with reconnaissance an 1
supply flights. Shortly after-
wards three DC-3s loaded with
doctors, nurses and supplies,
dropped In from Friendly Ve-
nezuela. In another twenty,
four large twin-fanned Piascki
(Continued no Page 3)


No 6


AMrBASSADOR DAVIS
ENROUTE TO D. C.

United States Ambassador
Roy Tasco Davis, whose friend-
liness and genuine interest has
won many friends for his court
try in Haiti, boarded a Was-
hington bound clipper Satur-
day noon with reports for his
Government on hurricane da-
mage and progress in. relief ope
rations.
In a press conference at the
National Palace F)r-day 10 a m
Ambassador Davis accompani-
ed First Secretary (now acting
Charge d'Affaires) Milton Bar-
rall, and Cultural-Press At-
tache Jean Graffis, spqke to re
(Continued on page 15)


DEATH TOLL RISES

Hazel's death toll is expect-
ed to top 400, exclusive of 260
estimated inhabitants of Berly
village presumed victims of
the landslide.
Dr Louis Roy. head of 'be
local Red Cross, siys that the
list of deaths and casualties is
being prepared, and indications
are that, the total will exceed
400 dead and thousands injur-
ed.


ABOVE : The huge flying .box car. (Fairchild Packet) opens up to unload a welcome
supply of food and equipment.I
BELOW : A sleek .Flying Tiger. awaits a clear field for return flight to the U. S.


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SITUATED IN bardopolls, Mole


NORTHWEST TERMD
Bomba,.rdopolis, set in from
the sea, was said to be in a
oondition similar tof that of de-
vastated Dame Marie.

Dir. Louis Roy, lot-ai Red
Cross head, said Hazel musL
have re-formed in the La Go-
nave Gulf. and passed over the
SNorthwest at greater altitude
because coastal towns apparent
ly escaped the brunt of the
cyclone's fury, while moun-
tain regions were stripped
.clean of orops-
The area enclosed by Born-


St-Nicolas, ed poison. The young man, said today in his United Na- his speech of a year ago, on


and Foud Bleu is totally bare.
Backward, primitive Lator-
tue, Jong ago home of the r)i-
rate ,Brotherhood', has not
yet been reported on.


HUBERT Ui
DIES OF P01S6N
Speculation has arisen as to
the cause of the death df Ht-
bert Elie, whose dead body
was discovered Monday morn-
ing in the Tribune stands on
the Champs de Mars.
But authorities seem sure
that twenty-six old Elie died
as a result of self-administer-


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midnight Sunday.?attempted to
take his life fifteen days pre-
viously, but his suicide notf"
was discovered and a group
of friends and relatives were
In time to stop hLm.
Sources cl]se to the dead
man say he was emotionally
upset, and may have been suff-
ering from temporary mental
derangement.


PAYMASTER BRANDT

Percy Powell's Piper Cub
bore Clifford Brandt on a mer,
cy mission last week, but the
mission went Onaccompliihej
because of fog
Clifford's coffee workers out
or a morne without operation
money, owing to being maroon
ed by Hazel's flood, so he collar-
ed Percy and pressed him into
service.
Lowering storm-clouds and
fog hung over the T a r g e t
a n d Clif ford decided
against dropping the canvas
bag filled with 10.000 gourdes
in change.

Haitian
Economy Will
Rise Stronger
&rom Cinders

Though athe results of a re-
markable fifteen year plan.
have been delayed, and the
-fruits of several years of la-
bour destroyed, by the hurri-
cane, Haiti will rise, stronger
and more prosperous from th':
.cinders', Mr. Ftaoul Aglion


tions Day speech, the eighth anniversary of the
UN Charter, in which he coIn.
The U. N. Perma- mented on the remarkable pro
nent Representative recalle.1 (Continued on page 10)


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Relief Airlifts Make...


(continued from page 1)
hebiLcopters attached to the U.
S. Marine Corps and quartered
on the U. S Aircraft-Carrier
Saipan, roared in from the
:,weaL and after a few recon-
naisance flights, went right tU
work dropping provisions and
medical supplies and returning
with the most severely injur-
ed and sick. Pilots of both of


these corps demonstrated great
skill not only in setting down
their respective aircraft on da-
maged terrain but in the nu-
merous little rain squalls
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The following day the -air-
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receiver squawked :again with
the usual, .HeLlo Bowen To-
wer, this is N3564 inbound
from Miami,, etc. Almost every
type of giant cargo plane was
represented, the U. S. Air
Force C-46s, C-47s, and giant
Fairchild Packets (box-cars),
with the famous bush pilots'
favorite the Dehav-land Beav-
er running errands on the is-
land. Three of the most fa-
mous non-sked airlines, Trans
Ocean Airlines, Aaxico, and the
renowned Flying Tigers of
VWorld War II, squealed 'in
onto the busy runway bring
Ing cornmeal from Kansas Ci-
ty, pinto beans from Denver,
Colorado, dried milk from Rich
mond, Va., cottonseed oil from
Boston, flour from Houstop,
Texas, and a heap of goodwill
from the United States of Ame
rica.
Each day the number" of
planes and amount of mencv
cargo has increased, the great-
est single contributor of which
has been the Foreign Oper.i-
tions Admiinistration of the .
S. Department of Agricultur"


The Chief of Operations has succeeded in keeping the


here for the debarkment and
dispersion of this great moin-
tain of mercy cago has bee:i
the amiable and well-known
Heniry Brignac, Ch:ef Mainti-
nance Engineer for all of th?
Point IV Missions in Haiti
Utilizing to the utmost his d-
ministrative experience, me-
chanical know-how, three lan
guages, and a perpetual sour-
ce of energy, Mr. Brignac,


taxi-strips clear, the depots
well stocked and a host of
transportation moving. Accord
ing to Henry's clip-board, the
peak day was Wednesday
w h e n fourteen non-skeds
dropped in to disgorge a to-
tal of some 140.000 pounds f
foodstuffs. The unofficial over-
all total of incoming cargo may
reach a quarter-of-a-mill',ons
pounds by the week-end.


Mr. Henry Brignac. chief ..' operations her for debark-
menr of pid dispersion of m-,'cy cargo, unloads the new
,3(il, hclIcopter that arrived this week for the Geodetic
Sern.ice.


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US SOLDIERS TO LEAVE works. as the Navy had been,
JE, EMIE and that work was -drawing
ROAD BUILDING to a close'. The "nfty strong
RUMOR force, bivouaced at Bonbon air-
(continued from page 1) field, were active in the dis-
a
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carry out ,initial emergency -wh"Ie a survey of the stricken

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area was made by Colonels
Pearman, K. J. Mc Caslin, and
Walsh in Marine helicopters.
Radio communication between
Bonbon Port.au-Prince and
San Juan was established ear-
lier this week.
A detatchment of Puerto Ri-
can soldiers in the U S Army
handled the discharge of sup-
plies from San Juan. Jeeps and
Radio equipment were unload-
ed from a C119 flying Box Car,
and a palm and canvas cafnip
soon' ,sprouted at Bonbon-
with the help of local labour-
to house supplies.
Colonel Browing said one of
his engineers had made a sur-
vey of roads in the area, but
discounted reports that the U.
S. Army planned to open the
road network with their heavy
equipment. Ten days a n d
enough man-power, he decla.r-
ed and the roads can be clear-
ed.


On the departure Tuesday
night of the USS Salpan,, an
an Airforce helicopter took
over the emergency run bet-
ween the devastated towns
and food is now being trans-
ported by Haitian Coasguari
boats.
SIGNING OF NEW
CREOL BOOK TODAY
This morning is the new
date for autographing of Char-
les Fernand Pressoir's new
Creole book.


SUNDAY OCTOBER 24

The event postponed from scheduled for Cercle Por.a .
Tuesday, because of Hazel, .s Princien.


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SUNDAY OCTOBER 24 -HAITI SUJN


Nippes


Counts

13 Dead


]. ('jLini.u.ide.' Foster. Blair, of Stroudsburg,
I'J laIan.i,g against 'C:Jpter) calnId the distinc-
t._i of flyi,ng in t.'.o p:'.-eganant women in on.'
lu.i Lh The h;-_-toi .c l:gl.t \v.:u his sixth lanCi'.:
ai.l 's'.j-;c: flight off th? carrier -Saipan, last
.l:nr:t-yv when the wromn were lifted out of
levellied Anse d'Hainault as there waz no she!t.,'-
there i'i which to give birth.
Conimmander Bla'ir bossed the relief fleet of
C'-:slgurd( helicopters hiv:ng along the ruin-
' cd eotNat. ferrying in rations and lifting out
v.'.jiinded. The Marines -from Helicopter Squa
drn:i 2 -;s- Naval A'Ir Station Lakehearst, New
.ler-'ey, and Squadron 3, Weeksville, North Ca-
.olhna- rd(i a fine job of cleaning up after Hazel
0l',wn here while the hurricane was ravaging
thci" own coast.


BUSY CONSUL


Venezuelan Consul Franck J
Martin was kept busy th:,
week keeping Labs on the delo
gation arriving from Venez..,e


la with three planes bringing
help for our ,sinkstr&.; and
the departure of Minister Ma-
nuel Gazinia" to his new post
as Venezuelan Minister to Hol
land.


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to crown tiar perfect moment of
pleasant companionship. One of manr
occasions for drinking Hennessy.


losenh Nadal and c.. Distribuiors


7'L-i'iic E lviiERE DE N1P-
PES, October 19 Thirteen
ueaL hs, eleven rectly cause
In' n Hurricane were report-
ed in this area over the pa-t
week
The body of at) unidentified
Hazel \ictimi was discovered
October 17, about 11:50 a min
on the sea-shore at Petit-Trou
de Nippes, already in an ad-
vanced state of putrefaction.
The corpse was immediately
buried.
Ten deaths were reportedly
caused by the hurricane in the
6th rural section of Pla'isance,
a district of the Petit-Trou de
NLppes, while in the fourth
raral section one death and SL"
veral injured have been report-
ed. Cultivated fields in both
areas have been wiped out.
A report from Barraderes, Oc
'tober 15, stated 2 deaths had
been caused from the hurr.-
cane, one an old man of about
seventy, and the other a fish-
erman who went down with
his sailboat aNous IA.. Proper
ty damage included 300 houses
and 2 factories belonging to Mr
Chavanne Enienne, and Mr We
ber Kersaint, totally destroyed.
Some livestock were drowned
and a number of bodies in the
cemnetry exhumed. The corpus
wc,-e re-buried without delay,
officials record.
At Petite-Rli lre, a class
rcnil was washed away.
Hurricane by-products in thI
'vIlage featured tLhe death o;
Jn tlinknowiln rm:i-, who clipp--
ed -7 a m Octuber 17, in the M.-
raga:,ne area He died while
bIein'g given 'r.t idil. The nma.-i
,'j, aUl)Iut 33 A).lu charged t.
H-iil -.vj the escape of Fenu-
'-I:,c G.i-par, who i; sought by
police for the knifing of his
coNrIculbine Italie Et ien-lie on
the --amne day Tik- lugit,\
coulI not Abe ciughit owCLing tJ
the state cf roads

DEPAS AD EMITTED
TO CR.AN BROOKS(
ACADEMY
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich -
Spencer Depas, former resi-
dent of the Cite de l'Exposi-
tlon, Port-au-Prince, is one of
90 advanced students selected
this fall for admittance to Cran
brook Academy of Art, Bloom


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field Hills, Mich., U S A., regis- and his wIfe Ellen SrLppq


trar Wallace Mitchell has an- Booth.
bounced. ____
Mr. Ddpas, who has exhibit- BARANSON STANDING
ed his work at the Foyer dcs LN FOR SAIITH
Arts Plastiques a n d the With Director Ray Smnith
French Institute, will studr away on home leave in the U.
painting with Mr Mitchell and S. StmJy Baranson set up
ceramics with Maija Grotell. wEmergency Operations, at the
Cranbrook Academy of Art Point IV bureaux in Rue dlu
is one of six non-profit instit.i Peuple where he is doing clev-
tions founded at a culture. I cen- er -Ad interim, directorship
ter 20 miles north of Detroit to handle multiple problems
l)., th- l:ite George G. B1-Jt[j occasioned by the recent cy-
Mich'igan newspaper publisher clone..


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cHAITI SUN


Jeremie, a town of 11.000, as we roared
low over it.
Its citizenry seemed to be wandering
aimlessly about the battered streets,
apparently still unable to comprehend
what had happened.
A few natives tvt or stoar! on the vil-
lage pier, their gaze shifted from the


U. S.- pressmen flew over tire
hurricane ravaged areas oi
Haiti before even official pl-.
nes could get into the air jrom
Port-au-Prince, nld with thLen
speed in reporting the cxteat
of the disaster, came cot-
responding speed from thie A-
Smnerican public in assisting the
stricken.

The American reualisation of
the importance in such a case
of accurate and immediate re-
ports by trained pressmen,
made it possible for U- S.
newspapermen to photograph
and report on the d a i a g e
Thursday- thirty-six hoqrs alf-
er the hurricane first struck.HVi
tian journalists zcere allowed n
'plane to Jeremie the follow-
ing Monday.

As a tribute to their tine
work, we publish below an e c-
Imple which appeared irn tir:
Miami Heiald Friday morn-
ing :


S By John B. McDERMOTT
Herald Staff Writer
Aboard Press Plane over Haiti Hur
ricane ravaged towns and villages of wes-
tern Haiti looked like shredded wheat
Thursday. They had literally been torn to
bits by the savage fury of Hurricane Ha
ze's 115-mile an hour winds.
The total damage, although great, did
not seem as brutally gruesome as the
Gainesville and Albany tornadoes which
wrecked Georgia cities in years gone by.
None;;ieless, the big blow nere marked
tragedy for countless thousands Many tiny
settlements were wiped out. Only distorted
'--:--nts of buildings jutting above the
muddy flood waters serve to mark some
of the sites.
These might well be considered tomb-
stones-for the villages and the victims
who perished in the storm.
The dead, injured and homeless-
there is no accurate count as yet-were
victims of the snarling storm which
ripped and twisted across the island
from the Caribbean into the North Atlan-
tic Wednesday.
Three big O Ds punctuated the havoc
we saw as this planeload of Miami re
porters and photographers flew side by
side with Navy helicopters from the car-
rier Saipan engaged in rescuerelief work.
.D. for Death, .0. for Disaster, .0. for
Devastation told the grim story from Je
remie. on the northwest coast, to Les
(Aux) Cayes. on the south.
Even as we circle at 300 feet over
stricken Les Cayes. Haiti's third largest
city, heavy rains lashed the area. Each
now drop of water brought further misery,
suffering and torment to the populace
of 20.000 most of whom had lied their
ravaged homes for higher ground.
Inundated streets, with water still
mounting the sides of gutted buildings,
undoubtedly caused as much destruction
as the hurricane itself.
Brilliant sunshine flooded .roofless.


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now placid emerald green water to ourlumber camp, with thousands of palmoj'R
plane as we wineed by. Oily a few way ii-p lrp'-s lyinf *lat on the grouniin
ed-but mostly they just stared. c-az, quilt pattern -
Two large building. at the western end t
of Jeremie were severely damaged. Only 11 n- ; v-s 'he number of thbtch
Ihp frame works were st3ndi-g. I, c*s wh-h escaned damage g
The small cathedrals in nearly eve'y re-y. Ye; next door neighborsJ i
village alonq the coast were either deca-
pitated or badly smashed. .'
The countryside. was like a s'raw;i"7 (Connlitncd on pnge 1"
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"'Haiti. period was declared ii
I, "' ,:, ,'
.. .'.. '' ..... *' .''" .., / the citv. Consul General of
;*'" *. ; "'" : "i t
/ .. ,,' Haiti Philippe Chamn, and Coin
....... _- ./. mittee Chairman George Ri-
t's aT FO RD I, Lhardon appealed for any a:d
I 's a FORD '54 / no matter how small- in laun-
You Can Pay MORE chi g the Hu rricane Belier
I $ Committee Monday.
But You Can't Buy Better Governor Charley Johns, who
/ visited Haiti last month for a
" -"'-'-- -O ''',-b"ir-d"'--"' -" ,*' "-''* "* -"--" -" -" -'- ..,I -shoot and rest. proclaim
/ ed the period October 1S-31 as
V I i S I / 'Haitian Hurricane Disaster
HOTEL SAN ICHELE ? Relietf Weeks. for all Florida.
HL SAN MICHELThe City of Miami and several
PO suburban co7mmunitles are giv-
J being full co-operation. In Da-
'.,,"it, Michigan, ParkeDa\vis&
Co. announced Monday a gift
of 5.000 doses of anti-biotic
chloromye4tin, a typhoid pre-
ventative.
s'~ Haitian XVice-consul David
M..- ~\\alters, an attorney at law,di;
working with Richardson in su
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member the outdoor season offi
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end of outdoor festivities in
Copenhagen, however, mear.s
only that the sort of activitLi
which have earned for the Da-
nish cap~ta] the title of .Par:.
of the Norths are moved ir,
under a roof.
Lile in Copenhagen may b.
1'; mpore formal wren it
goes indoors, but it i, hardly
less gay. The Royal Theatre
opens with its world tamou:
ballet alternating with dramn
and opera.
Since its reputation for hav-
ing a good time is well known
not only in Europe but in the
Americas, Copenhagen gets a
bit crowded with pleasure
seekers In the summer, but co-
me fall the city returns to nor-
mal Prices drop to where $7
a day is enough for both food
and hotel -room, according to
Pan American World Airways.
Indoor entertainment in Co-
penhagen ranges all the way
from the Royal Ballet and
opera to the smart supper
clubs and cafes and down to
the waterfront establishments


Book
where the show consists of an
accordion player and dress Is,
to say the least, optional.
Natives of Copenhagen claim
that comparing their city to
Paris is a libel on the Danes,
stoutly maintaining that the
Paris of the North is vastly
superior to Paris, France. One
thing must be conceded -th'it
Copenhagen's gaiety is not ex-
pensive. An evening at one of
the city's first-rate dine and
_Q
dance establishments can cost
as little as $2 and $10 is the
top limit for big spenders.

Eating is one of the things
the Danes do best and the
food is plentiful and good. The
sandwich is considered the Da-
nish culinary triumph, if it
may properly be called a sand-
wich. Smorrebrod, as the sand-
wich is known, consists of' a
slice of bread with every con-
ceivable food piled on it in
every imaginable kind of comn-
binatloh. In one restaurant
there are 171 such, combina-
tions listed on the menu. Each
makes a meal in itself.
The Danes have for the past
several years conducted a
'Meet the Danes- program in
the fall. This plan of hospita-


BAITI SSUN. SUNDAY OCTOBER 24 .
lily provides for a visitor from tiful and inexpensive a n d percentage of the people i
a foreign country to meet hi; most of the drivers speak En Denmark.
opposite number in Denmark giUsh, as do a surprisingly large
in a Danish Tourist Office in .
New York. :'
The Danes also are anxious .- .
to show off their modern '.. ..., .
schools, the results of their .
health plan, and their up-toA
date housing developments e
which have made slums al-
most non-existent i
Copenhagen, despite its pre- -
occupation with the modern in 2
design, in social welfare. and
in housing, is still the capital
ot a kingdom o.. ... .at
on duty before t he palace g ve
at least a hint of the tradi-
tional .pomp and circumstance
connected with royalty.
,Denmark, however, is one PICTURESQUE DANISH CASTLE
Li.'i a laic a -tale palace, the magnizicent Danisl
of the most democratic king- caalc, o F Fdercksborg riscs above it ancient
doms on earth:: and the k'g, mioot at Hileroad, 22 miles from Copenhagen,
k rederik IX, has been seen rii copitul of Tjuimark. Frederiksborg castle was
ing a bicycle through city traf- bul! 1 / Christian V early in the 17th century.
fic without guards or other anid .eit,.'ed as a royal residezce until the gveat
fnaejire of 1859 which partly destroyed the interior.
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The bicycle, incidentally, is
the principal form of trans-
portation in Copenhagen. For
the visitor w h o probably
hasn't been on a bicycle since
he was graduated from gram-
mar schooL it probably will
be safer and more comfortable
if he sticks to four-wheeled
transportation. Taxis are plen-


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CHAITI SUN* Page 9

density per acre of arable land may be higher


HAITI SON
Bureau : Stand 2.9 Phone :2061
Ave. Marie-Jeanne P.O. Box 433
Cite de 1'Exposition Port-a-u-Prince, Haiti
The Haitian English I language Newspaper
? -
Director Editor : Gera.nt Responsable :
-Bernard DIEDERICH Rony CHENET, Jr.



tHard Times Ahead

JRRICANE Hazel's effect on the economy
of Haiti is severe and enduring. Long
after the cyclone is a mere inmminor,
its aftermath will be keenly felt in
Haitian noamnes.
HAITI is, and always has been, an agricu:-


of coffee, sugar, bananas, cacao, essential oils,
cotton and other produce. There is little indus-
try in the Republic, and we must import most
of the industrial neccessities of lile : clothes,
machines and processed foods.
THE devastation of Cap Tiburon, the flood
ed pia'r: 3 and valleys of the North, the rain-erod-
ed mountains of the interior add up to drastical-
ly reduced harvests, a n d thus insufficient
exports to balance our imports. This will mean
less ArLign purchase, as farmers will not have
4itc. moneY with which to buy imported good.i,
Trade will slump.
ONLY thrice in the past twelve, years
have our annual exports failed to balance our
imports : the total exports over that period
topped imports by $16.000.000.
BUT this year and the years to come will
demand individual sacrifice and even privation
if we are to balance the budget. ,


LOST

IN the Grand-Anse region, hardest hit by
Hazel, crops producing 17% of our total income
have been demolished- In 1950-51, Haiti exported
2479 0.000 gourdes, ($49596.000) 40,913,555 gbur-
des of which went through the three main ports
cf the Southwest : Jacmel, Jeremie, and Cayes.
The following year's exports rose to 264.620.000
gourdes, but a corresponding increase in South-
ern, exports to 46.392.008 gourdes shows that the
Grand-Anse still accounted for a little over one
sixth oj the Republic's exports.

THAT is gone. And further, the produce
front the Southwest shipped through Port-au-
Prince no longer exists, It is a hard job finding
enough food for local consumption on the mar-
ket niw- .........
YET this is not all. For though the most
intense jury of the hurricane was felt in the
Southwest, heavy rains, and swollen rivers all
over the country have borne away precious land
and crops, leaving our hills barren.

COFFEE

COFFEE is the crop on which our pros-
perity is pegged. According to the Department
of -Finance, coffee was responsible for 143.450.000
gourdes of our exports during the first six
months 'f 1954-out of a total of only 174.240.000
gourdes.
S COFFEE trees have been sivept away in
most areas. And the National Coffee Office calcu-
late ,a tree takes four years to produce its first
berry, r'uching full production at eight-years-old.

POOR SOIL DENSELY POPULATED

-The Haitian Economy in 1954,, publish-
ed this month (pre-hurricane) by the Depart-
ment of Finance states in its introduction :
-THE population density of Haiti is the
highest of any self-governing country in the
Western Hemisphere, except Puerto Rico. The


even than that of Puerto Rico.* In Haiti's 10.60J
bony sq. miles, it is estimated, there are 4.000.000
inhabitants 97% of whom live by farming.
MINERAL resources are few, the land ?5
eroded and dimmnishingly fertile. Our crops have
been crippled by the hurricane. But rays of hope
glimmer. through the gloom-clouds.
OUR mineral resources ARE few, but ou-
bduxite deposit is said to be among the world'j
largest, and income from bauxite exportation
has yet to be derived. (Reynold's Mines. is mak-
ing grnat striae6 in their Miragoane excavations,
and our lignite deposits can't be damaged by a
hurricane. On the agricultural horizon, there arc
the .40.-000.000 Artibonite project, and various
schemes for land improvement.
-THEN, most important of all to the Na-
/?2 r6?,roio is ouir rapidly growing tourist
trade. And the main attraction fo tourists
couldn't fall prey to Hazel-the people : we still
hove the independent character and pride in ou,
freedom that makes Haiti unique among coun-
tries of her size.



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Dear Bernie,
Attached request for a pen
pal might be published if you
have space.
Kindest regards
Roger Jarman
D. Kater
Ostraandraat No3.
Amsterdam, Holland
Pan American World Airways
3-151 Ave. Dantes Destouches
Port-au-Prince. Haiti
Gentlemen,
I got your address from th.
ABC World Airways Guide and
the intention of this present is
to get me a pen friend in Haiti.
If you could give me the ad-
dress of a young man of about
my age (23) who would -like
to correspond w i t h me, I
should -be very grateful to
you.
Hoping you will be able to
comply wth my request and
thanking you in anticipation, I
remain,
Sincerely
D. KATER


Haiti Sun
Port-au-Prince
Haiti, (W. L) '
-r
Attention the Director i
Dear Sir :
Enclosed you will find a
-Money Order, for the amount
of $5.00 In favour of ULa Croix
Rouge Haitienne. Please ba
good enough to hand t h a t -
very small amount to the com-
petent authorities, represent-
ing my share in order to r2-
build what the furious conse-
quences of nature h a v e
destroyed.


Telephone 7869. Good furnished house located at It is with a great pa)n very
xxx Tlte de I'Eau (PiUon-Ville), deawing-
HOUSE FOR RENT room, dining-room, two bedrooms, pan- (continued on page 14)
$85.00 per month, unfurnished. LiU- try and running water.
ving-room, bath, 2 bedrooms, gallery. Phone 3767 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


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HAYTIAN TRAGTOR EQUIPMENT 00C., S.A. Rue Pavie
Maurice Bonrefil Manager





SUNDAY OCTOBER 24




Page 10


sides to effectively organize.
with the aid of nighbouring
SLates and international orgp-
nizations. needed as'itance-
HELP FROM UN
Mr.Aglion further reveale-I
that his appeal to the U. N


had brought immediate respon-
se, and after finding out the
worst needs from the UNICEp
OMS, BIT, FAO, a 'plane was
despatched. More aid is due
fromrn the organization, the
speaker promised


(Continued from page 1)

gress ach'ievLd b,' the .rgail-
zation in Haiti-in -Health Agri
'-ultur?, Education and Econo-
my.
In 1954 the progress has follow
ed the same ascending curve
and a month ago, Mr. Aglion
revealed, h e submitted, a
memo to the Technical Assis-


tance Oftice underlining the
.dynamic- march of the coun-
try under the progressive guL-
dance of President Magloire.

But, .Alas, he continued
in a few unlucky delays, the sys
Lematic work done in a year
v.as temporarily destroyedD.
Shortly after the disaster
Mir Aglion accompanied the


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Professor at the Denta'
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The Chinic located at Bois-
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AUX COSAQUES -
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acclaimed by visiting epicures,
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But foreigners aren't the only
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SUNDAY OCTOBER 24


Venezuelan Delegation

Fly Home After Mercy Mission
After a week %m the South- of the Venezuelan Navy. the


lest and the Cul de-S-ic. dur
tig~h:.,.'n theyv vaccinjlr-1 :'o.i\Q

turrican,. hom eles?, ", "2 .','i1,
er Venezuelan Red Cross de-
legation flew home this -weel-
end to their Health Servic?
posts in Caracas.

Led by Dr. Raphael d'Aa-
gn, head of the Medical Ccrpu


Hrase 11


delegation visited Port-de-Pj'.:;
Aux Caves. Jeremie; and a
party of doctor.; penetratc-i
Cul-de-Sac on foot to give in-
noculations against epidemic;
from water pollution. Arriving
with the party were two 'pla-
ne-loads of supplies and medi-
cal equipment which w" e r e
turned over to Dr. Louis Ro--.


Thie. flccyatK1 lon i \'0t10 t'llc in-seOil/ /ion? "it)1e /^^'C^^
icork to lay a wireanthi at tlhe statl j Pelion-fr, End of Bo-"
hear.
chiel at the Red Cross here. i,, mc.m .s are heads of .,:+=..,o,,
When the niain body check- Halth Dpe'rtmitits n .n r. ,L ;-.,
ed cut of Hotel Splendlidi t impo--i.lle fci them 1 to h.- S
T h l d 3 y n,:Jln'ng ,,' M .., f'1 0.h .ii" i bo :s o I "I"
o t h e doctors : lcng. AGEN TS
Saintary En;neer, 1lnd t.',L 'fhe ,|lc!'.,t.,n laud ,.'lc-.ih- __________ __-
nur -e ta yed on fo r i1 ,. A, W *l a I
Haiti Trading9 Co. S A4
more days. On departure Dr. Bolivar Fiiday incrning and Hai Tra uCo S
d'Aragon said his party regret: Sunday met th- F; c.-.,.[ .. Chamber of Commnrce
ed having to go when -it is oh- the National Palice Phone 2069
viois (they) are needed so ,- --. ,,.-- o M -,
badly, but as most of the rjis-

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The firm will rzpre-eent 'eca
w{ell-known fo w -..gii cm.n p,,,f".

and xv-ill hanndle inll, uriilnc c!
cll c"tegori -,. The 10W. Cuill-
pny will hn~ve.Roney Ch,- cc.,.
Si-. Robeit Pow'ell, and Rone\
Chenct. Jr. I.DSaissociates in th. .-
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Nlir AC li- CCMi t I! IL L
'Shell. Company Directo- Mile. Andree Gilg is horn.m x x x


Jean Pierre Legrand and wife
Joan returned from 10 days .1
Jama'ica Monday.
XXX
Vivacious Raymonde Estime
is 'back on the local scene after
many -nonths touring the cul-
tural capitals of the world.
XXX
Miss Winifred Lewis clip
per.; home to Jamaica th.,
week-end after a week as
guest of Hotel Splendlde high
lighted b)y regular -sorties' t)
the aRi'vicra Bamboche Room
X X X
Marie Josie Gentil and Mo-
ther .Alice. returned by Pa-
nama Line last week from six
months touring Europe.


XXX
Dr. Mortimer Harris, is back
in Haiti on vacation prior to
setting out on a British West
Indian survey for WHO. Dr.
Harris skin speciLalist for at
the General Hospital h e r e
many years has spent t, h e
past two years assisting the
World Health Organisation in
Ceyloan and India.
S XXX


from vacationing in Europ...
Gustav -Gilg and Madams a:
companies t h e i r daught2'
home from New\ York.
x x x
Stylist and noted dressmniaker
Jacquel'ine Carrie dLisplayed
new season creations at her
Exposition 'Salon, from six to
nine this past week.

x x x
Home trom a1 tv)-)y.;i C i.i,
dian ,c-jLuIr .Ire Mr J :-:n it'.o
daughter N iicC3 andc son J:).;e
N X X
Reginald Cohen waa three
years old last Thur..day aLld
duly celt.bratedJ.
x x N
Mauri'ce Duchatelin. Miami
radio Supervisor for PAA fiii.-s
home this wzek.
XXX
Daniel .Iallebranclie. P.\A'
Clipper Cargo Charlie hre-
abouts, chalks up another year
Thursday.
xx-X
Lt. Col James Elliot steam-
ed in aboard the Daly 519 last
weekend, recorded many well-
spent hours at Chouboune.


Mile. Elsa Scutt has comm-
enced a six month assignment
in Manhattan's Interior deco-
rating field.
x xX
Mr I. R. Dickson Vice Pre-
sident of National Belles Hes.
a mail order fLrm is to return
here next week from P R. on
business
xxx
SDanceuse Lavinia \V i I -
liams returned from the Staties
Tuesday, after a three-week
vacation in New York.

x-x x

Atherton Lee of .*Chitelci
de- Fleurs'., returned front ,
Ne%% York last Sunday 'in time
to set-e Hazel's work. That di-
sastrous hurricane wvept about
17 inches (405nmm of rain on
Kenscoff, Mr. Lee's rain-guat.2
rr-s.a,,d, during hlzr 4S hour
peak over Monday 11 an.l
Tuesday 12. Although the cut.-
flower business is con-iderably
dampened, Chatelet d e s
Pleurs. personal made thear
scheduled shipm e n t s a I l
through the hurricane .
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x x x
Le Nouvelliste's .redacteur
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ther 'printemps on his birth-
dclay anniversary yesterday.
X 'X K


SUNDAY OCTOBER 24

Damballa's owner, Webi
Francis, flew to San Fraacis.
co Monday to attend the ASTA
f
Convention. He plans to be
back at the helm after fifteen
days. Rene Kolbjornson, Is
Assistant Manager is ch.
hitting at the hotel mo&t eier.
getically.
XXX






SUNDAY OCTOBER 24


.,October 30th will mark the
marlage date for Marie-There-
se Sejour and Raoul Augus-o.
XXX
Three charming WVashingtun
FAO employees Doris Butt-
eAworth, Margaret Kanz &
Margaret Wheatley a r e
house guests of Mr and Mrs.
Edwin P. Astle in Pacot for
two whole weeks.
XXX
"Betting the toWn on fire are
.Pi.edmont, Alabama's Lorne
Cpmeron and Tucson, Arizona's
Peggy O'Loughlin. The girls,
Dilta Airline executives, are
at ie E1 Rancho.


XXX
*8isp's youthful Medical of-
f icer, Richard Prindle, carried
,nldkal supplies to Anse d'Hai
Snlult for Dr. Bellerive Wednes
sjt.- %'*

XXX
x x x
- Mrs. I. Kuenemnund, German
artist, is in town preparing the
first German art exhibition
vwer to be held in Haiti. The
ehibitLion, scheduled for next
imoth, will include paintings
by German artists Jiving in
Port-au-Prince.

x x x
*,ARE Mliss.ion Chief, tall
finef case carrying Sanmuei
kind, is presenting the Go-
ftmrent with 1000 food pac-
ges for the hurricane hungry
ieady has given plough sha-
Sand other tools for clean-
up the debris and work-
on rehabilitation.

XXX
thur Peters (of the Bou-
erie Peters) w'on the hand
Ieharming Nicole Williarn.m;


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(cashier at Don Mohr's) ari
the couple were married at Sa
cre-Ceur last riight.at 6.30.
XXX
Pretty Edwidge Foueharcd c'
cancelled her long planned
birthday party-cause of H:j
zeI.
Will Marquis is over froir
Miami helping out on traffic
at Bowen Field.
XXX
Jack Churchill finally go
there--- Samaritanish Jact
is down here writing a thesis
and volunteered his servIce,
even before Hazel arrived
Wednesday, he 'coptered in to
Dame-Marie to assist In food
distribution. Former paratrooT
er Jack Bender (loret des
Pins tree man) is also there.

x x x
xxx
William Wenger, Recreation

Chef of the Veterans' Hospitil
East Orange New Jersey, is
spending a week in 'Splendi-
de' luxury. The New York-
East Orange commuter isn:-
certa'n how long he will be

'here, but thinks he can stand
a little more of a Haitian vaca-
tion.
XXX


Henry and Ninon Birnmii-
ghamn (Mme nee Santo) andi
M i s s Pauline Birmingham
waiting for the clipper tha.
took them to the States for a
three-week stay this week.
Henry's Bibby Shop contri-
buted $200 to the hurricane %vi


AM'iss Mollie Knight, soprano
k prima donna of the San Ca.. ,

' operatic company and her hu3-

" band Mr. Luis G. Lucio, sp.--
* cial representative of Lederie

0 laboratories Division, on ar1L-
d val at Bowen Field before.

P departure for Kingston lasI
SSunday.
The soprano, on the reirni
trip from Ciudad Trujillo and
Hotel Jaragua shows, stoppe-d
off at the Beau Rivage, and
plotted a rough draft for
possible appearance at th
Caisino, soon
X x x
Mrs Pauleus Maineveille whJ
lacks only a few weeks for c2'-
lebrating her 101st birthday cm
. 'niversay, baved the recer,

cyclone serenly w h e n he.
house had the roof torn away ;
and her. resdence damaged.
The Brierre family at Port-au-

Prince have reason to be proudT
of this ,centenaire member
of the family .


x X x
Mrs Mary Gaetjens will cl,-L,-
her two months vacation in th,
U. S. and Canada on Tuesda..-
when she boards the Panamn,-
Line at New York to co:'t
d.own the stream toward liom..
and the Souvenir Shop at Rlu
clIIu Quai


'x x x "
Mrs. Martin Vital celebrate'i
her birthday on October 21st .
her home in Turgeau.:


-HAITI SUN

tims- Henrys & Ninon added
5 cases of Bibbycidal.
XX x

-Noel Valenza of Scisp had to
be 'coptered out of Dame-Ma-
rie Wednesday and flown to
the US to the bedside of h'3
critically ill mother. Noel xva;
in his third day of food distri-
bution in the devasted town.
XXX


x x x
X XX
Pi- rot Cassagnol became 20
ye;re ofl age on his aniiversa-
r, on October 21st.
X X X

Aaron Val-Moore and Tho-
mas Parks, both of New Jer-
-:ey arrived Friday for two
v.,eekt \ji-it in Haiti. This .s
Mr. Va]-Mcore's second visit
to the Republic.
XXX
Patrick Verteuil arrived from
Germany last month. Patrick:
a member cof the British occOL'
pation forces in Berlin befo-e
demobb. was born in Parik,
and educated at D o v e r, En-
gland. He is son of a Trinlda-
dien Dad and a Haitian Mornm.

X X X
Hotel Damballah was host
this week to a g-jup of Illi-
nois tour is who .cxpeoted!y
now are singing the resor'ffs
praises. in Jamaica.
li-i the group are : Jamei
RuEsell Crowe, arid his wif.',
MIry ap,.n H:'en Eri:dn;. L,:cs
Guttrn.chv..ac:er. Anton e t t'
D.hisi. Ei' Hsck %r, M i..,
Pc '.'!'a:-n.;, PEI I- MI its1 r.. :a-i.d
Th,:mps J Char.:
X x x
.L.;rii- E;:rr'c c'rCetit l h:!
mcth iini from P:,iri Fri:li\


'Aw N -%.'- -- --" *---- Wef
RE.TRAOE MARK Famous since IS62 -

l .-


Tcr.:y ;c']itly of Buar ltr.,i now fHeadquarlered in AF,',
}.r!. : ha drc:dcil two con m kc MAlacaronm betle-i lthan one-

.'Iorc hfb take unto himself a wife. Mrs Tony.


Morn was weldcrmed home yes-
terday.
XXX
M Lascaze Bernadin, Haiti's
Rio ambassador, returned from
his preliminary trip to Brasil
Last Saturday.
XX
GEODETIC SURVEY
RECEIVES MIDGET -BELL.
A -Bell. H13 helicopter an-iv-
Ed from Panama this w e e k
aboard a U S Army C 47 'plane,
to he tried b:y t1.7 I2tCrZmeri-
can Geodetic survey in their
work of charting our physical
features.
Captain Harry P Burchett
met the flight and had the tiny
-Bell, checked out imimediate-
ly to make it available for re-
lief work. Arriving with the
helicopter were Capt. William
Mc Keown and Private Ray-
mond Reagan, crew chief.
XXX
SENORA BATISTA
GIVES $25000
FOR HURRICANE AID

MNr- Fulgencio Ba.tisLa Zal-
vidar, wife of Cuba's President,
contributedd $25.000 to the Mme
Ma'sljir2 Fundation, for help
in the relief of the areas stick-
en by t. e hurricane, it was an-
,',OLnc.rI \Vednesday.





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film banned here


With Eric Canez. at the co, trols, the fabulous (o, ,1w.,i,,W
lifts H. i"-' Christophe to his place. on top of a towering pp-
destal i ":'piestiig the Citadl The big equestrian statue was
ceast in Naples, Italy, from the, mold made in Cuba by cele-
brated 'sculptor Ramos Blancoo. '
A i_ _


-Golden Mistress* a voodoo-
coloured thriller filmed in
Haiti last winter, was banned
from Haitian screnes yester-
day by decree of the Secretary
of State for the Interior.

The official communique call-
ed the picture ,contrary to de-
cent habits and against the na
tional prestige of the country-.
lireected by Abner Biberman
the film stars John Agar an;l
Rosemarie Bowie, and features
sharks in Port-au-Prince Bay.

The premiere shown Wed-
nesday ev.'e n ing at
.Rex -was attended by Mme
Yolette Magloire, First Lady
of the Republic. Proceeds from
the sale of 3 to 5 d o 1 La r
seats went to the MmeMaglol-
re charity foundation, to be
used in hurricane relief.


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Haitians listened


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same type of homes had their dwellings
blown all over the countryside.
Hamlets like Abricot, at the western
tip of the island, were lifeless. Not a hu.
man or animal was visible in the muddp,
hiarhw'atr uA, n *..


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TOR land lacss modern machinery and high.
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SUNDAY OCTOBER 24

LIGHTS TO GO ON
BY CHRISTMAS
(continued from page 1)


muitted to operate for only u
few more hours. Mr. Polley
said, th, generator and a lar-
ge part of the engine would
wave been totally destroyed and
a number of machinists and
workmen killed..
Though the largest .Diesel-
engine driven generating unit.
in Haiti or the Dominican Re-
public- produces 1.200.000 kilo
watt-hours of electricity per
month.. 'its functioning ha,
been 'impaired by 'bunches.
of breakdowns. Six weeks aft-
er the crack was discovered in
the main generator, the main
'bearings on Unit 6 burned out..
SA General Motors-built War


Surplus unit, the generator al-
ways had given reliable servK:-
ce since its installation in 1951
and 'ts sudden break-down
was a shock.
Said Mr Polley between agi-
ta-ted puffs on the ever-present,
pipe, : l'm suffering great
personal anguish because of
the situation-after all, I've
been in Haiti for twenty-three
years and I feel the respons'ibi
lhy a full- fledged Haitian'.
A top-fl'ight GM engineer is
com.rmissioned to rebuild the
entire unit, a task w h i c h
should take a few weeks. Corn
plete re-installation of the E-
lectric Plant is not at-all nec-
cessary, as such a plant may
be kept in operation indefinite
ly by replacing worn-out parts
Mr. Polley stated.


*HAITI SUN,

Work on the main generator
is now underway in Port-au-
Prince, the Director disclosed
As the complete dismantling
of the big plant would be nec-
cessary f o r transportation
of the cracked section to US
workshops.

Heros of the current emer-
gency are the two odiginai
Diesels installed when Cie. E.
clairage began operations in
1923 The little 1320 kilowatt
units were kept in condition
for emergencies, but had been
out of use until the breakdown.
Assistance is forthcoming in
December when two 1.100 kwt.
portable units are expected to
a -rive from San FranoLsca.
Presently being prepared for
shipment the new units are
due here not later than De-


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Assuring the people of Hai:i
of his country's appreciation
of the gratitude for its help, he
reminded us America .is only
one of many countries and
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Port-au-Prince hospital; and
later revealed he had fallen
while fighting off an attack
from a wasp a mile from the
landslide. He 'fixed the time
of the catastrophe at six p. in.
Tuesday.
Pastor Wallace Rutherford
Turnbull and his wife Helena
discovered the injured man
Friday after clawing their waiy
over the sodden and slippery
mountain ranges to the site
of the village. Captain Harry,
P. Burchett. head of the Inter
american Geodetic s u r v e v
here, landed on the marsh
slope within a mile of Ber!y
Friday afternoon in the Geo-
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loted by Captain William Mc
Keown.


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the capital were replaced by
the facts with the return of
the helicopter.

The death total was establish-
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tioning the irihabitants'6f the
six -cailles, fringing the Bare
gash of earth sheering from
the peak of the mountain over
the spot where Berly once
stood to the River Momance.

Yesterday morning a U S
Airforce helicopter returned to
the site where the World
Evangelizing Minister had es-
tablished a camp, and laid out
a large white cross to identi-
fy it from the air.
The Turnbulls were the on-
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a rescue party that set out on
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Mapon submerged
aid on way
(continued jrom page 1).
turday in a U. S. Army L 20.
Dr. Roy said that the little
village set in a basin of the
mountains has no outlet 'or
the water to recede and the
branches of palm trees alrea-
dy are under water six meters
high.
Only a few of the village's
hundred homes show above
the flood, he reported, and
those have holes punched in
them, apparently by Inhabi-
tants fleeing the flood.
Several dives into the basin
failed to show any sign of life
,-either human or animal, he
said.
A rehlef boat was despatch-
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