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Title:
Haiti sun
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication:
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date:
October 29, 1950
Publication Date:

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00312


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SCOTCH WHISKY


VOLUME V


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THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
r, Lt-au-Prince- -ipublique D'HAITI -- SUNDAY,' OCTOBER 31 No. 7


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-'.''to, r.Tuir2 lj -Is em cirrietl-f" intoke.-t,"iS'ui 'iri folk. as
he opens relief rations and imerlecines helicoptered to Ber-
ly.

SSeabee Forced Down In Bay


Bare earth an,] bouidr'i--n me larger than a -ti caille,-
show where Beriy once stood.- '

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extend of th.- in-;_'lirie :na.t swept a uvilhlge to 0 .. .,in
ird to realis--until the scar it left -on the mni:i.i. is


The s'jngle-engiinedi amph;-
bian Seabee 'plane that cr.ash-
land tl in Port-au-Prifnc ha"
hour Tuesday still has not
been lifted from tIhe mudLits
near Fort bimanche, in sprite
of weeklong efforts of its pi-
lot and a squad qcf local hel-
pers. .

Homer Rich,' ferry'ing the
craft from San Juan to Hart-
ford Conn. was about to 'anl
at Buwen Field when he was
forced to ,werve sudle!i:,/ .-ea-
wards 'to avoid an inuoming
PAA liner. Rich set the Se:ibee
down in the harbour wih a
crjcke l ;>y]]]djiei h,,d. Lind lo-
c;i fikheirien to ed i.t ic r he
shallows The plane w.%v .A.i+-
in a few chains of shore wh,.n
it .-ink in two feet of w ,tor
The pilot and his min&ianic

10 BODIES RECOVERED
FROM MAPOU FLOODS
T-n hodies hnx'? ':een I n-.r I
of the forty perNons mi.sing
in flooded Mapou, according
to Captain Harry P. Burcheit
who visited the southern vilUa-
ge in the Geodetic Survey's
Bell helicopter yesterday.


H. rI '.in hja.', Oecn guests of
(Continued on Page 15)
LIGHTS GO ON
BY CHRISTMAS
Part II
III or" last issue, Mr George-
IV. Polley, director of the E-
lecric light company, promn-
6ed that the -black o u't s
wo,'d be less severe within
-the n.cxt three weeks, and
(lie hopedl) would cause by D'
tell)Otr" 1J.
He explained the mechani-
cal trouble hi hcli i i.. iade in,
intdiate repairs neccessa'ry and
overloaditug of the infg. a. di.
gcro us.
In this'issue, he tackles ru-
.'t":.'' W.. thti ich i htLc spread a-
bout thc epoinpe .fho nHaf,. oi.l
e.Vplainr, !c al lccl hicii t r ,."
Asked wheth-lr -Lhe iuIii'U"
ot an eight-day black-out was
trlt the bi An-ir lti.l explJ4Ui
e.1. ,The rumoIur..... sound,
to me like Wipwaoage- of
the nic-o '.chuu-s kind. lur '
k-nc \ ui fl.'i ca e'ton w'>.h Li.,-i:
i c:l'!iI,1 it',' c3o ltd oc-cur, ain.I
..crinnly do not plan one,.
Then he .wept into the ru-
mours and complaint-z that had
been stir_.'ing him urI._r, irapp-
ing oui explanation of th.-
way in which the town had
-All areas of the city, he
bEEn blacked out.
declared -are affected by the
rationing of electricity, except-


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)USANDS,



Floods
Landslides
Starvation Swell
Hurricane
Death Toll
F r o m isolated, little-
known hill-towns and villages
*new reports each day increase
the known toll from Hazel's
wrath:
Though the true total of the
hurricane's dead may never be
known, recent discoveries 1f
Sloss of l fe in floods and lands-
lides are pushing the aggrag-
ate towards the four-figure
mark. The final count should,
be over 1000.
Hazel's full fury was felt in
the area west of Jeremie,
where the entire country-side
was razed. Officials placed the
immediate total of those k.i]led
at over 200; but they had not
reckoned with floods, landslides
and starvation.
MAipou, once a fertile village
of 450 carreaux set in a basin
1000 ft above the plains around.
Saltrou. was discovered last
week to be totally submerged.
Only a few hulise-topii and palm
trees protruding trom a natu-
ral lake remain au tes-umony
that the Xli ge lnce LxiCted.
Iir thc ri'VLI lcs -ettitement. th,
xalloger' had to walk rnmils
,xc-r the i range comple-tely
ringing Maporu to get water.
On \Vednesday October 13,
ihoe who were left c-cii.sed
the hills to scape from water.
A.vino Argant, field man for
the Geodetic Survey 'in Thiotte
tells a typical tale of the disap- .
pearance of a -ti caille, and
its 11 occupants, ten of whom
were children.
The total killed by the Berly
landslide has not been establish
ed, and the difficulty of remov
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TRAIN SLAMS sma-hsd. and the flagman Vin-


STATIONWAGGON

A Hasco locomotive mauled a
brand new Ford station wag-
Sgon in front of Hotel Riviera
Friday morning, but only on.
man, the brakeman. was injtlu-
red.
The Serpian's brand new
pink ,camionette' was on ir
way out of the hotel's dri.',:-
way when its chauffeur sawv
the train coming and stopped.
With 'Ihe approach of the loco-
motive it became apparent he
was too near to the tracks, so
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the camionette's driver let out
the clutch to reverse.
The vehicle slid forward
suddenly into the path of the
oncoming train.:
The entire rlght side of the
car was dechiree,. the rignLt
front'fender and radiato-

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cent Joseph, sitting on the
grill of the veteran HaLsco e.i-
gine, received a. broken legT
when the shock propelled hi n
from his seat: The station wg.
gon was dragged a short dis-
tance along the tracks.
The car's chauffeur left the
scene immediately after the ac-
cident.

CO-OPERATIVE BANK 1o0R
HAITI DISCUSSED '
The Foreign Minister, Mc.
Mauclair Ztph'irin, received
Monday morning the Colom-
bian Minister, and Mr. Ignacia
de Guzman Noguera, a direc-
tor of the co-operative bank
of Colombia. Discussions took
place abotit the establishment
of a branch here df the ra-
pidly growing four-year-old
institution.
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Aims of tha bank includee
long term fininc'ing, and fos-
tering petits indu tr.es


TELEPHONE S-'STElM
DUE FOR COMPLETE
CHANGE
The contract for installa-
tion of a new telephone sy-
tern in Port-au-Prince by Genc-
ral Electric Ltd. of London,
was sanctioned by the Haitian
Government this week.

PRIMARY SESSIONS SET
FOR JANUARY 9
Elections for, the ,assenm-
blees pjimairesb will be held
throughout the republic on
January 9, 1955, His Excelency
President. Magloire decreed
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JAMAICA VOTES .28.OQ
FOR HAITI HURRICANE
HELP

The Jamaican Hou'e of Re-
presentatives has voted $28.
000 to the relief of hurricane
victims in Haiti, the colony'3
Minister of Finance, Donald B
Sangster, announced this week.


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$115.000
GIFT FROM UNICEF

Haiti's, permanent represen-
tative to the U.N:, Mr. Ernest
Chauvet, wired the announce-
ment to President Magloire'":i
this week, that UNICEF ;i
sending $15.000 in foodstuffs
and medical supplies for aid to
the hurricane stricken.





SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31
DELTA C&S FLY FOOD.
CLOTHES, MEDICINE TO'
AID HAZEL'S VICTIMS IN
_PLA ITI

I, Delta C&-S employees in
Sthe tnitWi St'ate- have made
:in -all-out effort to help th-2
0.2iiivtims of hurricane Hazel, Mr
'Robert L. Webb, local nmiana-
ger of the airline, disclosed
this week.
m=ediatLely after his u.-
gent appeal asking for assis-
tance for the hurricane's vic-
trims, the company offered to
fly needed suppliess without
charge and to .reserve -their
'cargo.. .pace on eachvo. tho
daily... flights strictly for the
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use of the Covernment and
Haitian Red Cross, Mr Webb
safd-
.'-A release' was forwarded:-'at
,once to all the daily Rapers-ia.
the sixteen states and six
countries which Delta airlinEs


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by direct radio communication,
and items from the 'Haiti
Sun. which were pr'inted fo:
mass distribution.'
A complete break-dlown of
contributions- was published
each week in the employees'
bulletins.
Delta C & So have shipped
the following Items, to date,
to the aid of our hurricane
victims.

Oct. 16 7.000 doses chloro-
m.ycetih, Park-Davis Company.,
Detroit.
;,176-. 1 carton from Au-
gtu .Ge.orgia, containing clo-

:f 18.:3I carton, 45 pounds,
ifro Atlanta
', 3 1 %
t. 19.-',:carton of food and
clothiog."rfrmin Alexandria
Oct. 19.-, Colonial Stores' con-
tribution of rice-athd beans, 600
pounds, Atlantai' % f
Oct. 1I.- 1 carton clothing


serve. These newspapers cOr- arid 1 carton food frorr Hous-
ried his story. Mr. Webb ir?- ton


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Oct. 22.- 104 pounds clothing Oo. 20 29 -200 'pouqd.; c'.l.i
ricn Savannah Georgia i:g from Detroi't."
Oct. 2?.- 360 pound;. fw.U.* I't
purification chemicals frorr. IANh OF C.AXADA L, C-)
Chicago, III. $ 2 ej,,j


ports, and appealed to the!' Oct. 20.- 185 pounds food and
readers for food. clothing and clothing from Atlanta Oct. 22- l-'u pounds; i,.. :
ca-sh. Oct. 2-1.- Cash, $80.00 for Ma- clfthi .-g h r-,m emrnp'.-,.2;, -f
The airline. local manager dame Magloire Foundation- Delta C & S, A.lanta, Go.
said a I s o that employees from Delta C & S employees Oct 26.- 6,000 -pounds Rice
were advised of the disaster in Atlanta. -and Beans from Detroit




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BUY FROM STORE


A irt r .elntatI',2. of the
-i.':,l Bank of Canada din-
ca:ounced last weekend his
cmrnpany's decision to donate
S2.000 to relief of Hazel's vic-
tims here.


OAS TO FORM HELP
HAITI COMMITTEE

Thle Organiiation of Ameri-
can States i, presently plan-
nfing the formation of a ,4p)e.-
manent committee to help the
peace cf HsiLi's hurricane
damagdcl areas.


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Carlos
Caribcraft
Champagna's
Gee Deslandis
Haitian Gift Shoi
Jacquelline
Jeanne's
La Perle des Anti
La Belle Cr6ole
Mme. Max Chai


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Gift shop Association


Haitian.handicraft laison Orientate French Perfumes Oriental novelties
: Mahogany Sisal Ounga Doul -Dresses Souvenirs
SPerfumes Mahogany Ouvroir Nalionale : Embroidery Handicraft ,
SMahogany Factory maxim s: Handicraft Tortoise shell
: Mahogany Handicraft Meinhberg Bros. Mahogany-- Sisal
Embroidered dressed souvenirs Samba Sisal & Mahogany goods
Dresses Souvenirs Rhum Barhancour: Embroidered dresses
lles Perfumes Sisal, etc... 3i La Shop Haiti's finest rum
Tourist shopping center Si-Jon-La Dresses Haitian audlcraft
ve : Mahogany souvenirs. The Souvenir Shop Perfumes vewelry

1. One Price Policy
2. Prices plainly marked on each item
3. Fully itemized sales slip given without request
Rhum Barbancourit available at these shops '


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Turnbulls Return Today from
Mercy Work


Alter church services in the
mountains for the lives: claim-
ed by the Berly landslide, Pas-
ior Wailace Turnbull and his
wife will be helicoptered in to
Port-au-Prince this morning
The Turnbulls set up a camp
in Nouvelle Torraine. a male
fuiom the sit: of the s'.iCe, ,-t
Friday, where they treated m,-
nor injuries to inhabitants of
the surrounding districts.
Only one injured survivor
was discovered, the Tqr nbulls
reported A man standing
beside his dcaille. when the
avalanche started, was struck
on the *derrikre.L and thrown
clear as his hut was swept
away.
Another,'man, discovered short
ly after the couple's arrival at
Berly, explained to Port-au-.
* Prince doctors that his neck
had been broken in a fall, soma
distance from the landslide.
The missionaries told Cap-
tain Harry Burchet'. and


j\,, .j Ic ,vown, wheun they cci
lcicitu the camp in their'
Bei helicopter Friday, the,
were almost certain the moun
tain had been hit by lightning,
dnd they think this may h.j've
caused the slide. They said,
LC.,, that the mountain was
ans!: a-d there gre,: da.g:r
vi ...uaner ava.anche.
The remaining inhabixants-if
'til' sax cai'.es. fringing the
slide are getting smart, the
Turnbulls report, and are mov-
/
ing oz, ;,.-:ing their hon-s
,vi.th them.
No one will vWer know the
deqth toll of. 1laadlile Berly,
he 260 deaths at first reported
hi.vir.g ben d.sputed. as h:as
every other estimate.
Your reporter's account of the
vislt on foot to Berly, :n the
company of Mo;risseau Lernv
m rr rhr- ". ft'." fto NBC
television, will appear i'n' the
Next. issue becaus-? of the
-Panne Electric,

V-OOD TRUCK BLADES
Andre Lopps, chauffeur of


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GOOD FOOD AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS-MOUNTAIN VIEW FOR RESERVATION
CALL ADIO PETION;VILLE PHONE No. 7891
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TRUCK COLLIDES WITH
STEAMROLLER
Truck No. 2471 driven 'bz,
Murrat Jn-Baptiste flattened i.-
selt'agairnst a steain'-roller oi
the St. Marc road last Thurs--
day. Clairemen Marcellius,
Mn'e, Lahens Lallanne, ard
Mmne iNella Blalse were S->
riously injured.
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LANDSLIDE VICTIM
The body of Pettot "E'iac
wass found last Week beneath
Phe debris of a landslide in
Gros Mdrne.
PARAMOUNT T
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Sunday October 31.
6 ind '8:30 p m
VOUSQUI A'VEZ VINGT ANS
Monday Novemiber 1.
6 and 8:15 p m
LA CLEF DU ROYAUME
Tuesday Nov. 2
6 and 8:15 p m
VOL'S QUI AVEZ VINGT ANS
Wednesday Nov. 3
6 and 8:15 p m
TOPAZ
Thursday Nov. 4
6 and 8:15 p m
AU PAYS DE LA PEUR
FPriday 'Nov. 5
6 and 8:15 p m


truck 6302, was critically bur-
ned this week when fire broke
out in the engine as he stoo-
ped to make repairs.
The truck was transpor-
ting timbers for the Coast
Guard, engine trouble develop-


PoweI's Industrial Works, S..
f Distributors for
WALTER KIDDIE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.
stocks a complete line of fire extinguishers
CARBON DIOXIDE, DRY CHEMICAL, FOAM and WATEP
AS MANUFACTURERS OF CARBON DIOXIDE, POWELLI!
CAN REFILL EXTINGUISHERS BOUGHT FROM THE FIhI
at low U.S.. Prices.
Also in stock every part needed for maintenance and repad
of extinguishers.
AS MANUFACTURERS OF OXYGEN, we sell the necesasy
equipment for the industrial use, medical therapy, administa-
tion of oxygen. Both Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide are 99.5%
pure.


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SIDING SERVICE.


S Coinmar Line's hi-monthly

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Port-au-Prince

Now in Operation


Ship leaves Miami on 1st and 15th

of every month,,


FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE:


A complete range of 'American drugs and medicines
Order by puone at any i me of day or night
No. : 3171- from 7:30 a. m. to 6:00 p. m.-
hKa. : 2805 -at any other time- --
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PHARMACIE CENTRAL
ON THE GRAND-ROE, opposite the Fire Station '
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COINMAR International
Agency
' P.O..-Box 627, Riverside Station
2974'N W North Riverside
SDrive -'MIAMI, FLORIDA
CABLE COINMAR.
Phone :"646862


MR. CARL BONDEL'

Ave. Marie Jeanne,
Cite de l'ExpoSition

Port-au-Prince, Haiti


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VOUS QUI AVEZ VINGT ANS 6 and 8:1S5 p m rn T
Saturday Nov. 6 ,LE SIGNED DE ZORRQ '.

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Christophe & horse-- 3 tons of bronze-- is hooked to the
Tournancraone for lifting to hI;s 43ft pedestal-



'Lifting Christophe A Task
for Giants


With Ranros Blanco's represent
alion of Christophe safely oa
his pedestalthe stock of statues
in the Plac3 des Heros de F'in-
' depen-d'ence i; complete and
the man who lifted them all
ca.n afford to rest on his lau-
rels.
Statue hoister Eric Canez is
a fineboned young man who
wouldn't meet with much suc-
cess trying to lift a bronze


hul.re-and-mnan coniiniation -
if he didn't rate high on Tour
nacrane knoWv-how.
The three-ton equestrian sta-
tue was eased onto tlie granite,
faced pedestal last Wednesday,
after several days standing- at
the bottom waiting for the
perch to be ready. When Eric
finally settled Christophe in a
perfect three-point land i n g
atop he 'Citadel., t h e r e


to crown that perfect moment of
pleasant companionship. One of many
occasions for drinking Hennessy.


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wasn't an inch to spare in the
huge crane's 43 ft lifting capa-
city.
-They must have measured
the monument and built the
crane especially for it the
young Sonaco engineer exclaim
ed.
Though practice on Petion,
Dessalines and Toussain t in
December last year-when the
Christophe statue was delayed-
had done wonders for young
Eric's monument lifting tech-
nique. Christophe's horse-back
representation .posed a pro-
blem. An elusive point of balan
ce had to be established befo-
re the statue could be lifted
without cocking P. Never-
theless, Christophe's enthrone
meant was but an afternoon'3
work for Eric and a painless
exercise for the Tournacrane.
The 23.0901,b. crane lifts 10 tons
so, providing the arrangement
was well balanced, three Chris-
tophe-and horse statues could
have been wafted aloft at the
same time.
Ielf they didn't have the Le,
Tourneau machines, I don't
know how they would have
got those statues up on thei:.-
pedestals. Eric comments.
First, he explained, they hal
to -be taken out of customs : a
task accomplished with the
aid of both the crane and the
Tournatractor. The giant hook
of the crane took hold of a sta-
tue and lifted It on to the trac
tor which transported it to the
pedestal.


Then, the lifting part had to
be accomplished where the cr"-
ne was brought in again.
Luckily for Eric, who is the
only person entrusted with ince
tricky statue manipulation, the
earthmovers are pushbutton.
operated. The tournatractor
(like the tournadozer which is
a tractor fitted with adjustable
blade,.), features a ,dynaflow
arrangement that makes it pit
sible to change speed; on the
120 h.p. (200 r.p.m.) Diesel en-
gine, without a clutch
Eric's task is made easier,
too, by time put in at New
York Tech, studying for his
diploma in mechanical enginee-
r'in.g. He also was afforded post
graduate stud., in -Gardner
Denver. (Denver Col.), and
GM's Detroit Diesel plant.


Th post graduate course wj-.
a gift from *SONACO. the Le
Tourneau representatives here.


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He shares with Manager Jac-
ques Martin the distinction of'
being with Sonaco since its
foundation -in 1952.
The historic crane arrived
dismantled in Port-au-Prince
in November and Eric, with
the help of 5 unskilled labo-
rers, had to assemble it. It was
a stiff task fitting together the
contents of ten bulging pack-
ing cases, but he, succeeded and
Haiti's lirst machine of the ty-
pe was ready for earth-moving
statue lifting, or any of the'


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Friday and

Tuesday Dinner and Dance

to lbo Lele Orchestra


'The &KQa.5t' Xhwo So' Lt )ktr iuti.
4iNan i 9ondicu4 fntoW ou wn {m tu.

Voodeo-Jeweifj 4pci4 cl
PORCELAIN TiAxtn ROYALCOPENHAfiEN.R2YAL VIENNA -4
RINB & GROENDAHI *moyr. 7wftln EMBROIDERIES .
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tasks requiring a tough ma-
chine and a Diesel-electic,
180- h. p. motor.


ROADS SURVEYED
The director of the Service
de Routes, Engineer Antoine
Hyppolite, Engineer Louis Per
pignand and three technicians
carried out a thorough inspect
Lion of the Gressier-Grand-
Goave this week.
Temporary constructions are
underway to fill in for the was
hed-out roads.


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Five Hurricane Hornless Tots
find Homes With Mrs Walker


Five baby girds from hurri-
cane-destroyed Lecon FarTr
S c h o I have been, ad
mn.tted to the 'Orphenilat de
r'Enfan't Jesus', Mrs. Cyril
Walker, founder of the orphju-
nage. announced this week.
Mrs. Walker, for more than
ten years a leading socianj wo:'k-
er of the Republic, concluded
arrangements to accept the
girls shortly after the arrival,
Monday 18, fron Jeremie of
the pupils of Father Laftevre's
1M&4ated school.'

More children will be added
to the -Orphanilat's' fLfty
strong brood as soon as the
big new building on the outs-
kirts of Petionville is comple-
te.
*Our new home should be
finished soon, said the vice-pre
sident of the Haitian Red Cross
*and I am relying on our ever-
- -


- generous benefactors to make
i it ready by Christmas to
- give my babies a really Jo-
yeux Noel'.
Mrs Walker then recalleJ
how happy her children were
on the twenty fifth of this
month. It was the tenth anni-
versary of the .Orphanilatt.
WONDERFUL TRIP
Mrs Walker said that in Sum
mer she had left the orphana-
ge to ioin the pilgrimage to
Notre Dame arranged by Mrs
Roger Armand of 'Magic Is-
land Tours'. It was a 'won-
derful trip', and a huge suc-
eess, she reports.
Among other impressions
that w'lr remain with the child
-protector are the -Christian
spirit of the Canadian people,
and their great kindness'.
It was Mrs. Walker's first
trip to Canada and her social


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teau the newspaper's woman's
section editor.
On the return trip to Hai-
ti, Mrs. Walker stopped in New
York where the p r e s s
w a s q u i c k to f I n d
out about her vis-it. Miss Gla-
dys Graham of the ANP wrote
a feature on the Orphanilat';
work.
Miss Rtuby Teleford, one of
Haiti's most devoted friends
entertained Mrs Walker dur-
ing the latter's New York stay
Miss Teleford is a prominent
member of CARE Foundation.
,She should be dear to all
the Haitian children who en-
joy CARE milk so -much !,
Mrs. Walker comments.

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In order to straighten out the
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week.

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Vital, Kame & Jeanty, met Sa-
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The Protestant Churches
collecting from their Memb
the majority of whom are
the Working Class, for
sufferers from the Hurrica
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and Inundations in the Rep
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Besides individual aid gi'
directly, the Churches have
lected money and clothes
the stricken areas. Some lih
cabled "and. written to th
Missionary Headquarters
funds and clothing. In
Pain du Cul-de--Sac, the S
nation Army Mission and
Port-au-Prince the Protest
Episcopal Church have opera
their doors .to adult's and cl
dren and the Parsonages a
homes of the Members
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-crowded with refugees fr
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Note
ISTABUL Outlines of
modern buildings loom across
the Istanbul skyline of domed
mosques and slender minarets,
asthis ancient city set astride
two continents across the wa-
ters of the Bosphorus, welco-
mes a record influx of tourists
this year.

':he way for the visitor has
been eased not only by the ad-
dition of new facilities, such as
hotels, but by a program or-
ganized'by the Travel Associa
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malities and help -with itinera-
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Them behind the iron chain
blocking the Golden Horn, and
'thus captured the seat of the
Eastern Roman Empire for the
Ottoman Turks.
At the city's best hotels,
prices average $6 per night
for single room and bath, 10
pa.r cert service included. Dou
ble rooms in the same catego-
ry run $9. Prices for luxury
quarters in Turkey's two oth-
er major cities. Izmir and, An-
kara, are slightly less. Visitors
are advised to make reserva-
tion well in advance.

A taxi ride from Taksim
MvouHdan. Istanbul's T i m e s


Jottings In A Traveller's


most inexpensive items in Tur
key. Full-course meals at such
famous Istanbul eating spots as
the blue-tile Spice Bazaar, bo-
hemian Pandeli's and elegant
Abdullah's seldom cost more
than $2. Specialties include
.boreks-, cheese and meat fill-
ings, rolled up in paper-thin
daugh; chicken and walnuts
and red paper sauce, and hun
dreds of variations on lamb,
rice and yoghurt.
Haggling over price is top
sport at the huge Grand Ba-
zaar, an Oriental, roofed-over
Flea Market, operating since
the 15th Century. Hundreds ot
curio and antique shops, where
one can buy anything from a
Sultan Ahmet jade inkwell to


on pagan ruins by the] Romans,
later a mosque for theTurks,
the Blue Mosque, which Sul-
tan Ahnme ,built with six mi-
narets Instead of four to match
the number gracing the Kaaba
in Mecca; the tamb of Sultan
Suleiman, ,built 400 years ago
by Sinan, Turkey's great ar-
chitect.
,Major attraction today is "he'
Tupkapi Museum, former Pa-
lace of the Sultans, now filed
with exorbitarjt riches remi-
niscent of the'heyday of the


.~ .......a. safety pin, are jamnmed into
S,. Turkey's many waterways Square, heart of the European a mz o d stet a
quarmaze of dusty streets and
Sthe Bosphorus, the Marmara, quarter, across to the Grand blind alleys.
... Aegean and Black Seas. Bazaar in the old Asiatic seec- a,ey
..To keep pace wish the coun- tor runs 50 cents. Cigarettes, Though *the very name, Is-
try's popularity as a summer- American blends of Turkish tamibuL terminus for t h e
'. fall resort, seaside accommoda- tobacco such as -Hususi Koku Orient Express, invokes ima-
d lion have been expanded in tue lu., are about 20 cents a pack ges of a.setting for an exotic
S Princes Islands, Istanbul's fas- Foreign liquor in' night clubs brand of spy thriller, the city
hionable Riviera. comes high, but other drinks has been greatly westernized
Newest among the buildings Isuch as vodka-and-orange juice in the last 30 years. Memories
S. in Beyoglu, up-to-date sector cocktails, locally called S' of the city, is the Istanbul-Hil- drivers,, and the native araki. the old story books; live on in
ton with almost ?00 rooms. it an anisette, both about 30 cents its legion of monuments.
overlooks the Bosphorus, on a a glass, are popular among tou Among its. best-loved sights
'. site where Mehmet IT carried rists. are St-Sophia, now a museum,
S shtps overland in 1453 to drop Food is one of the best and once a Christian church built

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*0 I T dcrn metropolis of rstambuL Turkey, is the
COOLE f3WY U0IE S famous-Azul Mosque. This church of Saint Sofia .
I / '." r is well worthy o a visit, built 1500 years ago, "
/ and the Seraglio Palace, residence of the ancien .

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/ F ii mo tc ^n avp^ tp\m /Th e New Orleans sh~ipp
E:+;: uiments, S rayers E c. 1,. ?o o,.4
q S E Mr. Pierre I 3rarCos Clemenceau, ho- company W tley Lines Inc
Over 12 Models from 2 to 35 HP noraryConsul ofHaiti to New through its local representa' i
? Orleans, acting promptly to re-' ve Mr Carlos Pereira, offered..'
i"C i--? ? llieve suffering among Hazel'% its services in thbd transport-:.'
U L/ V victims, opened a 'Fund for ation of supplies from Port-au
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Empire as' a link for E l
Asia and Africa. Here,'.:.
can see a kitchen scaled,
thousand cooks, now
with thp largest col.ecnlon.Yq
Chinese porcelain in the w.P
the old harem with lts..''
bronze gate and the ,laS
quarters of the sultans.
These sights are part of h
-day tours of'the city, cnial
about $2 per person.and incui&
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fees.






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STHE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER

K COMMUNITY WEEKLY PUBLISHED SUNDAY MORNING
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Tourist Appeal


Unchanged

.. JIj.E only Haitian crop that completely
JL e scoped destruction by Hurricne Hazel
i... s .tOurTismi; and the happy,. optimistic
-" ": -fo hosee slogan s.Bon. Dieu born..
7'I (Wdiso -ood) expect airecord. harvest m *i 954-,5. .
-..,,. W without, dam a ing o. o Lst d u str y .
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l., iefitii ane turned the eyes 'of the .. WOrld on.'.'.
1... ctursque little count1rlJ. .
4f .',.. :Mo,'t of the towns in th. Southwest de-..
unatated by Hazel wrTfe off the iuristic track.
w and the vwo maon'towns, and 'tOpisr centerst .
-po.if-cu-Prince and Cap Haitien -- escap-
ed unscarred. The little. village, of Bjerly, in, the
? mountains south of Port-au-Prince uili never
be pointed, out as a curiosity to visitors. The
t. ....
.- inaccessable hill-side settlement, wiped Lut by
a landslide, last week, will be forgotten, except
!:'' in local folklore. Its only markers will be an
'. extensive sear across the face of a 4000 ft. moun-
'.' "u2in----nd 7mnoybe, one day, a white cross. Mapon,
ei;i: ear the South coast, exists as a deep natural
I "Y". lake bin a basin between mountains. But this wivil
[;:" eventually (ry up and tl4e town will be.rebuil
b:' by whatever- survivors there e.. .-4 '
Historic, mountainous Haiti, whose repu-
S., station for being different has been maintained
..-through 15') years. since Colonial days- can
u.t J1 well bear the touristic scrutiny after Hazel

f; .. -'.as well as before.

i;.," Touri.ts will find the same independent ,
proud people gentle and courteous. And Ha-
z': l z, in all her fury, could not break their inflexi.
ble national pride. 'As an NBC reporter, Mr.
Gene Carrie, said after covering the hurricane's
: trail here, begging is almost nonexistent: .'Why,
nobody asked me for even a penny' he exclaim-
ed* 1n Havana I would' have been', asked to give
'*' q way a fortune in th*e same space of time!,
S U. S. Ambassador, Roy Tasco Davis
;. prior to his departure Saturday for Washington
: where he will report on. the damage caused by
.. ,-... the progress made in relief work, said the hurri-
cane 'has not in any way injured tourism..
.. Though the cost of living rose to some
i' extent because of the floods which cut off corn-
r', Mwnication with tIe countryside and devastat-
S, ed a' large part of the current harvests, prices
.are now settling back to norvial with the open-
., ing of roads.
,'. 'Almost overnight, the fertile earth will
S. once again be producing the root crops and vege-
tables that Jorn the bulk of the country's non-
:- exports; and tourists, already enthusiastic about
Sthe quality and abundance of Haitian f6od, will
1:. be afforded even wider choices.

,. RECREATITON

New hotels are opening this season with the
..' accent increasingly on luxury and entertain-
imert.
j:... Along the Bizoton. shoreline, the sixty-two
room wSimbiv hotel opens next month offering
h.A. HRaiti's largest swimming pool, boating, golf, and
tSen. tnis for guests' amusement.
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the Heights of St-Gerard, overlooking Port-au-
Prince, will be ready Yor guests by Christmas
according to famous dentist Dr. JuTes Thebaud
- the hotel's owner.
Built on the model of the gCaribe Hilton'
in San Juan, the six-storeyed hotel is not yet
named blut Dr. Thibatd seemins inclined towards
cCastelhaitiu.
Night clubs, such as the native-motivated
Cabane Choucoune, the smaller more intimate
.Rendez-vous, or sliqk, exotic 'Casino lnterna-
tisanle, provide the world's most dance prouok-
ir.g rhythms at extremely low prices A Haitian
Saturday night, renowned throughout- the tou-
ristic world for thie contagion of its gaiety, costs
mn the mneighbouhood of $10.

......... ROADS ........

Transportation is becoming a lot easier in
Haiti since President Paul Magloire's road sche-
mes went into operation. It is possible to motor
through the varied contry-side from-warm,
tropical plains to the temperate, pine-forested
mountains like Kenscoff and Furcy, less than 20
Oziles from sea-level Port-au-Prinde.
For those who prefer a less leisurely mode
of transport, daily flights from the Capital to
prTnincial towns are once mofe in operation
conducted 77y the Air Force now tested and
proven by the hurricane.
Living in Haiti is cheap and leisurely
with the bourrique-paced life o0 the rne'onnats
hardlly touched by mechanised, industrial inno-
tztioris. Vacations are healthy and thril'inZq, in
the warm sea-and-sun climate. But Haiti's main
appeal is *character*.
The country is intrinsically interesting.
As its history shows so well, aAnything c a n
happen in Haitii.
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INFORMATION SERVICE
SMr. Director : '
I

In Sunday, October 24th',
issue of the interesting ,weekly
*Haiti Suns, under the. head-
ing -Busy Consul', mention
was made'of the departure of
Minister Manuel Gazinia who
wvil'l occupy his new (post as
Minister of Venezuela to Hol-
'lafid; this information is entire
*ly erroneous; however, the
person cited is Ambassador Ma
nuel Dagnino, recently appoint-
ed Ambassador Extraordinary
and Plenipotentiary. of Vene
zuela in Holland.
Alt the same time, I have the
honor of bringing toyour at-
tention the fact that Mr. Luis
Arroyo Parejo ,was appointed
Ambassador Extraordinary and
Plenipotentiary from Venezuela
to Haiti, the undersigned 'Is
temporarily at the head of the
Diplomatic Mission.
Yours cordially,
Nicolas Ascanio Buroz
Charge d'Affaires ad-interim
Mr Bernard. Diederich
Director of 'Haiti Suns
Cite de l'Exposltion
En Vlle



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ing the relatively small area
S supplied by the Palace c.rcu:i.
This circuit is specially con-
trolled, and checked for inte'-
ference so as to provide as re-
S liable s e r v i c e as possible
to the National Palace, Army
Barracks, Army Headquarters,
Police Headquarters, General
S-ospital. and other Gdvera-
ment buildings in the Champs
de Mars. area, as well as Go-
vernment -operated station
HHiH at pBois St-Marbin. It so,
:. happens that all customers liv-
." ing along the route followed
by this distribution feeder en-
S joy the same quality service'
: But, he went on, there is ni
.. poss'iibility of making exiep-
.' tiotis on a circuit,though at mee
; ting places where one circuit
"". stops-and another begins, cuc-
::'. rent may be cut 'at different
t: times giving the appearance
of individual choice in power
cuts.
The aim of the rat'ibning

S schedule, Mr. Polley said, is to
void interrupting the ervi-.-e
df'.a-1 of 'Lhe customers at any
i' one time. cWe are nevertheless
ry.ing to limit the electrical
load demands on the power
plant to the capacity of the
equipmefit which is in opera-
',* tion. he explained. The pre-
sent capacity is around 4.203
kwt per hour, and the loading
of. Ihe.power plant at this time
:; of year would normally be
over 6.000 during the evening


Port-au-Princiens .may take
comfort in the knowledge that
the regions around Croix-des-
Bouquets, Croix-des-M'ssions,
Kenscoff, and Leogane are also
suffering from ratioinng.i
These districts could be sup-
plied by one of the smallest en-
gines but a stern sense of jus-
tice among company heads dic
states that all remaining power
capacity be shared evenly.
Tackling the question: cWhy
light streetlights when houses
are blacked .out Mr.-Polley
stated that street lights use
less current than homes and
small industries in the same
area, so any spare power is
fed to street light circuits
Greater protection is afforded
pedestians and home-owners
over a larger area, he said.

Mr. Polley then sketched in
the background of the comipa-
ny, and some of Its problems.
aThe problem.of the electi-
ciky supply in this country is
actually a-very serious one be-
cause of the great expansion
of the residential areas of the
city, the establishmen of many
new indusries and also' the fact
that the march of progress hds
caused .the customers already
c*...ncctedl to the lines to use
many new types of electrical
appartus>, he declared.

'The basic concession under
I
which we operate was first
granted in 1906 when people
had a different conception of
what an electric company can


expanding economy, certain
clauses of the contract do not


Lights Go On Byv- Chrismas
Director Polley Hopes


ble for this situation are aga'n
brought into balance.*

He explained that the light
company is powerless to ddi
this alone 'in view of the face
that it is a monopoly regu!i -
ed by ttie state, which mea;.-.


that corretctive legislatjc
necessary. ..

Mr. PoL-ey disclosed thj
Government is now stu
such legislation. -I hay
doubt about ,:ts eventually
ing solved, he said.


permit t h e Company to
realize any financing project
in connection with the pur-
chase of additional generating
equipment, and to a certain
extent necessary distribution
apparatus and equipment. Be-
cause of the very antiquated
type of concession under which
th-is company operates, it is re-
quired to pay all costs of ope-
ration, maintainance, taxes,
and expansion*.

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Annual receipts from sale of
electricity, Mr Polley revealed,
managed to support the budget.'
until recently.However by 1947
-costs of copper wire, steel
poles, transformers, peters, fe
eating equipment, etc, show-
ed ,exhorbitant increases.; la-
bour costs and taxes rose; and
expansion cost soared from
$78260 to $220350 in 1953.

Looking forward, costs show
no sign of decreasing. Rather,
carefully developed statistics*
point to a V million dollar ex-
pansion b'il per year, with a
steady up-curve till the end of
the contract in 1971.

aThe problem is'a very sim-
ple one to describe, aMr Policy
said Cthe company'just doesn't
receive sufficient receipts to
cover all Its payroll, operation,
maintainance, interest, tax an'ld
expansion cost, and the powei;'
situation in Haiti will lot be
correctd until the fthancial
and economic factors responsi-


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e ; .. .. lA acclaimed by visiting epicures,
i and featured by *ImperiaL
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But foreigners aren't the only
connoisseurs of food. Haitians
know where the meat Is done
just right, where wijies are qf a
perfect vintage and flavour to
r.ellow their mood and form the
perfect foil for each delightful
course.
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U S. S. -Saipan-, for orne
week stationed- fifty miles off
the coast of Jereanie, gathereu
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Wednesday for the U. S.

The Sal.pan's helicopters had
accomplished miracles along
the ravaged coast, working
with the aircraft, carrier 'as
base, but the Jeremie inhabi-
tants could' not see the mother
ship.
Before departure Wednes-
day, the tLSaipana heard of
hunger roused mobs attempt-
ing to seize the food stores,
and promptly came in close to
shore. The mob immediately
rushed down to the beach -
food temporarily forgotten -
to-see the big *boumba' go by
within swimming distance of
the shore.



"VOLE 0"

Reciduiste Fritz M o 'I s
caught after a chase down
Grand-Rue last Saturday mor.a.
ing faces a stiff jail term for
larceny.
Moise left his contemplation
of a Grand'Rue Bazaar and
fled down the street after De-
tective Menard Antoine. armed
with a warrant, hailed him.
As Detective Antoine took off
after Moise, the bazaar-owner
sneered : -This foolish police-
man -is terrifying my custom-
er. wh' doesn't he busy him-
self with thieves'.
The detective, failing to catch
the thief stood by the door.,
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smiling and wagging his head,
without answering the indig-
narit shopkeeper.
No answer was needed : the
thief had gone cnly a short di;
stance when boxes of the ba-
zaar's pens fell from his po.:-
kets. Only two words cam.'
from the shop owner : WVoI6
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r. ld erI is back nih C C M Idecomme professor at Tolou-
flurc^ f~lnrpn~ere is back night. decoinme prviofesra lU


from four months visiting
with daughter and family, R
vers'ide Drive New York.
x x x
Canadian Engineer Marc
Lacroix and his enchantir
wife spent three days is Ha,
last week, as guests of Mani,
AlMien, before flying home
Montreal Sunday,: They had
roaring time in the Casino S
turday night wIth Mrs. Pr
zeau and her-charming daug
ter Nicole, Mr. and Mrs. G
rard Nan, and Mr. Max. Nepti
lne.


XXX.

Aubelin Jolicoeur, .,Le No1
vel.iste's, ace news-houn
joins the Bureau du Tourisf
staff tomorrow'. Aubelin alrc
dy is renowned ap a public
lations wonder with toui'Ht:
XXX
. 'Miss Francine Charles ar
Mr. Gerard Barozi linked cde
tin'ies Tuesday morning.
XXX
Petion-V'ille Club held a Re
Cross benefit .bamboche' la


ig XXX
I- Max Chauvet, 'Le Nouvel-
liste's. capable director. retur-
ned last Sunday from the Ame-
el rican Press Association's Gene
ig ral Asembly 'in Brazil. Mr.
,t Chauvet was again elected to
se the committee of the associa-
to tion.
a xxx
a- 'Hotel Riviera's suave mana-
e- ger, Max Nargil, returned last
Yh Sunday from a week-long trip
e- to Porto Rico.
tu xxx
Miss Bavbarap T. Comb?,
SBrownsvil'le (Texas) co-ed, en
joyed a'three day stop over at
u- Hotel Riviera the beginning of
d, this week.
ne X X X
.a- French V. I. Ps due to visit
.e Haiti this Mc..ith are : Mr Pier:
s. re Donzelot, 'Mr. M.L. Capde-
comme, andl' Mr. Marc Blanc-
id pain. Mr. Donzelo who is je-
s- cretary general to the Minister
6f Education, and permanent
representative o f French
d- Universities wilI arrive Nove?'r
1t ber 4 together with Mr. Cap-


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se. Mr. Blancpain, general
secretary of the .Llliance Fran
qaise, is due here on the 11th.
XX
The director of the Institiut
Fran.ais, Simon Lando, return

es this week from two months
vacatioiing in Paris.
XXX
Miss Ghyslaine Etienne rc-
turned.from the University of
New York this week with a
B. A. degree In Financial and
Commercial Sciences.

XXX
Mr. Charles Fequiere was
elected President of the Excel
sior Club in a general meeting
held for the election of officers
Tuesday October 19.
XXX
Director of the M'litary Aca
demy major Rene Buteau
returned f r o m the States
last Wednesday after a month-
long trip with. his father Mr.
Georges Buteau.
XXX
M. Marceau Louis, director
of the Urban Instruction sec-
tion of the Education Depart-


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cne C" otea're is holidg
a 'Benefit ball for the sinls-
't.4es at. 9 o'clock this evL:-
g. Featured: Ernest Lamy's
'id and Continental tenor
'7dro Vairgas. It'E a must.
X ,,
:. ; X -x..
SSub-J.ieuternant FritiT Etien-
ne reurned Wednesday from
a two'week European tour.
X. X x
Notre Dame Basilique was
the s c e n e of the marriage
of'.MiBs Aline Ameris to Mr.
jleph Darnag, which, took
plati yesterday evening six
d o'clock.
Sxx X
SMr. and Mrs. William Dufll
arrived Monday from their
theeAveek vacation to Miami
Cuba, Mexico.


iX x x
,zXx
The marriage of lovely Jac-
lqueline Scutt, daughter of Mr
'an -Mrs. Josue Scutt, will take
*place on November 20th. She
,will become Mrs. Etzer Cotis
iinma 6:30 p.m. ceremony at the
tBasilique -Notre Dame..
:4 1 X x X
kCeiI and Dr. Zagury are back
.,Wth son Rodney from their:
-fwur-week New York visit. Dr.
.Goldenberg (Mrs. Zagury) i
'pning her now-clinic in P.
ripnville.
Vk xxx
.^ X X X
SPierre Chauvet, Minister of
U'ourism, has been elected tc
present the Haitian Govern
ent at the ASTA (American
jety of Travel Agents) con-
\enton to be held this week in
Fn Francisco.

ther representatives of Hait
: Mr. Albert Silvera E
echo), Mr. Joseph Nadal

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(Delta C a Ad S" Agent) and
Mines. Assad and' Wiener '"f
"'h V,.a C'rcc.e.
XXX
Ed. -Marhcefer Jr. is in town
looking over the Cit6 Magloire
No. -2 construction programme.
*x x x
\

i Tony Phelps is baptising the
new addition 'to his family to-
* day.
SXX X
Mr. Raymond Laroche an']
Maurice are in New York on
S15 days vacation.
x xxx
Prefect Millien Cund4 of Ca-
yes is spending time in Port.
. xxx

r Architect Jacques HyppoUlte
Sclippered home Thursday after
a year abroad studying.
x x x
Miss Yolande Pierre-Antoine
daughter of the Mhniter for Pu
* blic Works, promised to love
h onour and obey Mr, Roland
SJoseph in the Notre Dame Ba-
s silique Friday 6 p. m.
X X X
** I
M.r. Jules Larrieux was hos:
at a sumptuous dinner, Friday.
SThe occasion was his birthday
* and a host of friends and rela-
thives gathered at his Avenue
, Christophe home to celebrdte.
/
~ XX X
*x x x
LndListrialisf Charles Feqoil,
'was elected president of the
f Chamber ofCommerce during. ,
General meeting this week
X X X ,.
I Two pretty, dancers are pre.-
- sently in the throes of a two-
week vacation in Port-au-
Prince..The girls, Bobbie Ed-
wards and Pal Darmos are
striptese queens from Fio,.-
(la's Club Nudema.-th-ey fight
be prevailed upon to go into
their act here.

XXX

) Haitian consul to Nassau, Mr.
Maurice Liautaud i"- on short
hoireleave :, r.re returning to
hi';; poet.


rage 13


Mr. Jean Coraoln,


iaLil i


Club. of Miami Beach Florici. ...n.bassador to Liberia, ,,::
was the scene of a halowt'n Mrs. Ccradin, clippered in i--.
party last Saturday night, aj- S&turLay morning.
tu ing Haiti. Paul WVeesr ,. x x x
civner of the Hotel Riviera h-- Lavinia, WiIliarnms-Yarboroug.n
re, flev.w over feature ar:lls"; me rn j c a n dance teacher ,
Guy Duro!.ier, Banda. Nape- ,pEs the .Haitian School ui
lEon Bernard (ithe spider dan: Dance. ths month, 9 giving:
SEr) and drummer Decossat. ,(curses or 'children and adults
Members contributed to u Ballet, modern, tap, folklor'c
ccrllection fcr fHaAelstricken are all included in TMrs Wil
:.lt:a!s-. ring the Eveni'.,g. hams' curriculum.

x x x Exercises for. body-birldi'ng
PAA Executives BiW Fta, and' reducing also' are; given ia.
Mongomery, 'and Dan Victor, the new -etudios, situated
were visited one' night eariy here the Union School used
this week bt. a thief who left to li.


his calling c'rd in the fror.n
yardh a l 4e ladder.
Sxx
Daer Viotor says hWe wt, wc:
heeled a.nd forfeited $ f2& B1t.
Files, throtui whose bed-
roum' window the robber c'epiL-
lost his .bcoz shirt, pants and
shoes HJ is now busyloot


-. .... ... ...r e the pa-
ri.nt Li' .,uiS garcon- on
Thursday. The male heir has
bcen given the name Marie
r.;.phael, and received a tHou.
sand- 'blessings from a legion
of those whom Timoleon has
given free transportation, and
often first aid, along the road
from Ccoix des Missions to
Port-au-Princ'e, over the years
which earned hn .the sobri-
(JUE.
xxx
Sky-rover Jimmy Pl~ntoa
and wife Kathy are running
out of cigars. James III, a hefty
eiglt-pounder, parachuted in


x x x last Friday at St-Frangois de
Two flntn Ajr.FOd.4f l .gles. Bsles. f.t diapers for' the
*carrpn Iaa, -pecial elegation.n Blaneotf..

chau ffk It. pseseMistg to tUe. x x
AMfI la, -lt'e PtYAtfon tl-4 kAWtin arid 'Viviane Victor


sympathy of the ONDI ( a Cu-
,ban p.4A..pietppi* oganiz*6-
t.a.n,),. ,.rri-VeOM st Fd'ay f'om
Fav'an'a.


king for a buyer for a HillmfAi In the delegation qre :' Ws,
Minx. _Lo.renzo. Gu.t:,:':,', Mrs." Bati,,-
X- x x ta's secresa,; Dr. Mdilane Re-
Mrs. Jacqueline DijcW'-14lp- y-s, Gemeral' S.ecrtary. of ON
polyte, wife of Architect J'ac-. DT: 'Dr Milanez. Gavald.; Mr.
qlues Hippolyte, returned, Poruondo Cala, President of
Tuesday, from Paris whe'9e 4Fri'ends of H-aitl. in Cuba
she has spent the past yer."'-MIr.'Alacan & Mr'Ramon Alv.i-
Mrs. Hippolyte, specialist' in rez Silva., Mrs. .Carida ..Ram;-.
pedagogy, a n d formerly on rez and' Mrs Max Gautheir ac-
the staff of Institut Franva'r, comnpanied ih,e delegation.
is expected to open her own Pilot's of the aircraft wen'
college. Capteins F. Bernasa and L Pr-
x x x
x x x Pierre Maurosliet director of
Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Kenric'.; f'e Art Center presented :i
of the Evangelical Chtirch of magnifict Gourg -Desola-
Haiti will leave at the end ci tion.- to Mme Magloi-re's foun
the weeklon an extenidrt va- dation this week.
cation in Canada. Shipping out x x x
vi;a COINMAR Line to Miami 'M.rs Emmanuel Leconte, Hail-
the c.oupl? will spend several ti's Charge d'Affa'res in Bel-
days with friends there before gium, fdew to Brusselles Tue,-
motoring up the cast to Ca- day. She was accompanied liv
nada. and their first vacation. her sons : Henri. Verginaud.
in four years. Cyril and daughter Nancy.


XXX
Monday, November 1st, is
All Saints'Day. All public bu-
reauix and commerce will be
closed
Tue;da;y, November 2nd. ;'
La Fete >de l Morts',; (Im,cI
rial Day) and mazses and :.,-
vices will be attended by the
families, followed by vit.i;o to
'theCemetery to place flower_
and wreaths on the graves :f


welcomed baby daughter Ma-
r4i6 K.Vat Ftldfy 22nd. at 12:30
p., r 'nl'Ti,.e Dr. Pletre-
iqloef ..
e '; ,


SJessie an41 Raymond Craan
are .piud' parents of a big
eight. poruds-And-a-half s o 'n
born l'ii'day on'e-thirty p m at
Dr Castra's clinic Gilbert (Gil
less) is the chosen pre-nom.
XX' -
The Pages .Barollettes took
delivery on a ,daUghter 3 p.m.
F'ridayv last,. ca? her Marie
Chantal.


X X X
Mr. Charles Mc Laughlin
v.'aj intlrnit at Bowen FielJ
Thursday on his way to h;--
p.)-t at the US Emr.-y ;, !i
Ciula'J Td 'IuIjilo ,
X X X
Mr. Pierre Charles is named
to replace Mr. Pierre Blain as
head of the office of the De-
portment of the Presidency.


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;YlDAY, OCTOBER 31

DEATH 7OLL..
(Continued from page 1)
S15.000.000 cubic yards of
th and giant boulders is -x-
oted to prevent an accurate
cunt. The first estimate of
60 dead has been varied, and
there may be fewer deaths,
but the total is certain to be
.gh.


'riAIT'I SUN.


In many other parts of the
country, smaller landslides
have clidmi lives, as in the
Gardel district which Your Re
porter, passed through enroute
to film the Berly disaster
There a hut was buried and s
four inhabitants, the Gernier
family, where killed.
A letter from a subscriber, An-


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of tiny Beaumont, 28 bodies
were found. More deaths front
famine appear imminent Coa-
raille. near Beaumont, also is
devastated with great property
damage. No bodies have been
reported there as yet.
There are many forgotten,
inaccessable districts and vil-
lages in the mountains which
have not yet sent in reports,
and if the present rate conti-
nues a formidable total will be
reached eventually.
SBut it is doubtful If the full
Extent of Hazel's toll ever wlll
Sbe known, as obtaining exact
Figures is impossible.


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10 BD4 I P. EOOVERED
FROM MA'POUFLOODS
(Continued from ipage 1)
Captain Burchett, providing
the first authoritative report
from the area, estimated 450
carreaux of fertile farmland
and 225 were submerged.
Dr. Durand and Prefect E!'i-
er Jean Baptiste still ar? re.


I-age is
coveringg bodies in two boats


ported from the cast. No fea-
sable way exists for draining
off the water which has reced-
ed four feet in fifteen days.
The doctor and prefect have
set up an effeclent rationing
system for the first reli4 rood
which arrived yesterday morn
ing from the capital. They re-
port there is no pork In the dis-
trict all the pigs have been
killed.
MRS. LUC GRAMARD
IN PORT-AUI-PRINCE
Mrs. Luc Grimard arrived In
Port Wednesday, to arrange
for the funereal oEher -husband
the late director of .La Pha.
lange, and rector of the Uai-
versity, who died at t h e
French Ho*pYtal o.f New York
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(Continued from page 1)
and the next day the :Iown-
poui cotllnle.l andi water bc-
gan rising in the baisin-shapect
'plain,.
Inhabit[,nts )f
the village scaled homes an
trees Tuesdayy evening whc-,'
the flood-waters began to ihi-
4Viade their, huts.
Destin4 says he scuttled up
a tall mango tree, and his mo-
ther and father were about to


iolluw v lhen tihe- ill _.*:,,' :.
his tl' -ii l)i. utlJ ,.., -
Rolmid. 3, did E-a.uI a yeai his
jLilur weie "i-'sing 'The,
rushed back to seiich for Ihe
babie: and neverr retlurnec,
*Dl'eau pi en' lii Dstine
said matter-ot-factly.
Also amJng the victims at
the flood was the boy's atiint,
.ma tante Rosita., who evi-
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.HAITI SUN*
Destined staled he clung to
his perch for 18 hours until
noon Wednesday, when a b.i-
timent' from Anse a boeuf
was rowed out on to the lake
covering the roofs- of MapouLI,
and survivors were taken !,
the surrounding mountains
Destin. ion disembarkation at
Baurlary, found shelter with a'
new. ly-nmarriiQd c o u p e wh.)
-h irtdi their r-c ; ., ,'.n- :'.
* him. On Friday Octnber 15),
the rain ceased.
Then, the boy said, he s'.
out for Port-au-Prince with a
man, Vilcis Fr1a ncqois, and
slept by the roaside for twel-
ve nights as he journle.V,'l
through the hills." People li-
'ing in the '.!!ages he passed
through, Savanne Zombi, FO6-
ret des Pins, Fonds ide Blanc;.
freely gave him a me.;il when
he told his tale.
On arrival in Purt-Jiu-PriiLce,
Destined declared, he slept -ii
ihlc '.lepi t at Cioix des'Bo'siies
,ifldl early Frida:y,' mornizi
s0iIght ou0 t the r'e-eII1CC i'J I
Ceiet' uipeJi'lt-d 1by the j-
tlier 3 ul the Hoia' Gliut ,1i
Ca'r'ef''tiL. He chute the ceinte."
he s.ii.l, l)etcaui e hle hjd at-
aiccumpanied his mother to
Poi lt-an-Prince i11 J a 11 u a I v
when she had come to hbL"
cloth for resale in Mapou H:,
mother had pointed out the
building then as where they look after -
mouns.
The lad was unable to givr


any information about his
friend Franqois, and his state-
ment to the fathers proved
contradictory and inaccurate
in places, but he is evidenty
familiar with Mapou and with
the terrain between that vil',.
ge and Port-au-Prince.
Father Schmitt, head of the
center sent the b:y.v tu the po-
ice who turned him o\Fr :.)
the Red Cross. The Petit Se-
i
mnnaire Co]llge lie St-MaNrt!,Il
was finally charged v.with his
care.


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SUNDAY, OCTOBEK,
The kindly, bearded,.
Supdrieur of the m
said the boy knew the
of priests at the Mapou
but his' description of-
was inaccurate. '

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to believe him. said the
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story is true.:


Boy tells priests he watched flood


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