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Haiti sun ( October 29, 1950 )

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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:
AA00015023:00313

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THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
~ -Tu,-i-Rurincr i- Repub -I'irD H'ITIl SL'NbAY.N-OVEMBER ,


95 Boats
Estimated Lost.
Off Coast
During
-' Hurrricane
kMaurice Fequiwre, veteran
W Haitian coastal trade told
e Sun, this week shipping
long the coast was hard hit
F Hazel. At least 95 boats, mo-
r. launches, barges, and sail-.
ats werellost, he estim l.te .
One of the biggest losses was
rancois Syndic's motor driv-
'..Maria, that set out from
ot a Piment b e f o r e the
:(Continued on Page 14)


MENTS DROPPED
I SKY TO AID
AN IN LABOUR"


:Anse.d'H-lainault mother's d-2
try was assisted Tuesday by'
stetrical instruments and
4gs dropped from the sky.
Red Cross Headquarteri re-
?t a radio came through
ly Tuesday morning tli: a
man in labour urgently
ided help in the 1 o n e I y
,thwestern town. By l1) a.
h Haitian Air Force DCI
SIn the air over Anse
Vainault dropping the nee-
9 drugs and instruments
WThe pilot dropped his jar-
ones also. leaning too far
tof the plane.
i noon a further message
ie through that the package
.".been received in good
ltion, and the earphone:.
Oit a later report stated
Smother had delayed too
before seeking rVedical
P. Both the baby and mo-
, died.
r. Louis Roy revealed the
age was marie up for a
l1ar mission ten days ago
e Pine Forest, and then
:weather had been to clou-
or"instruments to be drop-
.; .
'"other and baby had died
,too.


The gable of a Nan Mapou horn e is all that shows above th2 floodwaters that killed an es-
timated 200 during the hurricane-Boats now are retrieving cor pses as they float to the surface


-(Note hole in roof

Relief Brih
Among Mapou
-Fdlod victims of Nnn Mapou.
homeless since Hazel su!,,uig
ed their village October 13 ik:'
ling an estimated 200 familic.
were sent medical equipment
and relief rations this we4k.
Public Health, Public Works
and the Army deleg:,t d, eat ly
in the week, relief brigndes f'or
the area, and Dr. Jean Baptisto
Durand has been put in char-
ge of anti-epidemic opiafons.
D* Durand is gathering "or
burial the dead bnlie.;s thal,
one by one, rise to the surface

MORE CYCLONE
VICTIMS
Two dead bodies, in a
of putrefaict'on, were roun' i't
Delle Fontaine, Croixle6 nBitu
quets, this week.
SOne was identified "as Meza
les Petion, 28; the other .vas
an unknown of about twenty
five. Floods covering the area
prevented the usual process
verbal, but the corpses weie
bur'ed without delay.


gade Busy

Flood Victims
of the lake that co'.'eis M]apu.
Water is reported to be grd-
* :ully receding and a fe.v
homes are beginning to 'appear
on higher ground.
AP'Cominittee /de secin"ur:.
has been in operation at Sal-
trmi since the day following
the discovery of the dlisastcr,
health officials state.


FOOTBALL LEAGUES
NAMED-FIRST 6 TEAMS
IN TOP BRACKET

When thd nev.w football sea-
son gets underway at Stain.
Magloire on the 16 th fanr;
'.'ill be cis.IIred of an i t ter -
ting and highly competitive
schedule of games, if the plans
of the FHF work out the way
they' think.

A three-league system, in-
troduced by William (Ti-son)
Me. Intosh and Lt. AJix (son-
son) Pasquiet on their a -
(Continued on Page 6)


ROSS CALLS HAZEL
RELIEF TOUGHEST
OF HIS EXPERIENCE

Hazel's damage to the South-
wvest coast has proved the most
difficult disaster to ,cope
with' in his career, says Mii.
H'j.datx d Raeton Ross, director
of operations for the Caribb-
can Crmtnard of the Americai
Red Cross. The veteran relie:
/.
director whp in the past Ifou-
years, has supervised' 24 disa-
ter relief operations, explain-
ed 'in an interview this week
that all the elements of natu-
re '.'ere against rescue parties
- roads were washed out, th,
airstrip could not be used .luir-
ing the early phases and even
the sea was too stormy for a
landing.

But helicopters and the new
plan.evolved for d(iaster .reilff
to Latin America cracked the
problem and the challenge'.pf.
rehabilitation is definitely b's-
ing met. He gave credit on
to the Haitian Govt and also
(Continued on Page 3)


No. 8


TURNBULLS RELATE
ADVENTURE IN BERLY

TaiL athletic-looking Pastor
Wallace Turnbull and his tan-
ned wife, Eleanor, are heading
for the Northwest this' week
and more Mnistering An-
gel hikes to Hazel-stricken
areas:
The young American mnissio-
naries have been back just one
week from their gruelling,
hazardous trek over the razr-
back mountains beyond Furcy,
which took them to the site of
the Berly Landslide (October
19).
There were no wounded
survivors of the giant avalan-
S chee.- that-.rumbled down on
Berly's IG-yard settlement of
Barriere Roche, the Turnbulls
report, but they had their
hands full treating the pe'jp!e
of the surrounding dIstricts --
fob illnesses dating from bet!o-
re Hazel.
They brought back a wizen-
ed, starved baby for treat-
ment by General Hospital phy-
sicians and a repertory of
unusual tales.
The baby -Prudent, they had
had for the past few wees,
(Continued on Page 15)


TANNERY STRIKE
CALLED OFF

The Tannery Union called off
their short strike Wednesday
after a two-day parley at the
Labour Office. E m p I o y ,. F
Genari Martino announced af-
teLr the break-up ot a meeting
with. labour officials 11 a.m that
a compromise had been reached
and only one point remained
to be settle&..:the price of .ca.
ragee, fixed at 2 gogrdes by
an old law.
Instead of',the 25% increase
asked by. Union dele gate
Windsor' K; -:Lafernrre, a 15 %
increase has been accepted for
the wages of workmen.'


SCOTCH WHISKY


VOLUME V


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Page 2

Fun For Platter Fans
As Herbie Rides The Ai


-H'LC. EVERY BODY ..........


*HAITI

ne, and offer rot
SalndwichEs. wrap
pink paper It's il
rootm, but that's
Beyond the glas-
only disk jockey
quests from his
wife Michelline av
btLsy sktjpiing to
tly buzzing phoneI
octes like :" ,Yve
Ch.re El-ie' Hel
flies also geticulat
hair and generally;
genius as the san
chilzgo plaer-fHIP
H too-slow change
. o1" dramatic, DYNam
lead-up.


Herbie commut
speed between boil
lectling a disk, th
back to explode
the-cob comment
.quest.
Latest gimmick


ind h a m Herbie rocked the rafter.;s -It ''
)edl in jnzzy is Billy May and his orchestra ...
so the record playing l Young at Heart'.
secondary.. Herbie \Vidlmaier, in his
wall, H-iai'., twenty-one years, has run up U.
cnll-cts r,-. an impri-eszive record a a sin- '.
gay yof.na ger \iVoip'e ot Gold,,) refusing '
,ho 'is k ,),t contract ol fei-s in C'i lal Tr. u -
t'he const.,n- jillo .iari-gua .-. San Ju,,n (Ri-
to jot i dlow dio El Munclo), and Mia'i-
e rluest t, (Art Recorrls). Herbie t;artc-l

I-ie s cmle't:- singing four years ago, ,'.i "
tes. tears hi,. soon co.ining over the ,ir ,on
exhilt hi.; hMs Dad's veteran Radio HH3 '
ndwich-inun- Wt Founded S19 35) C,
3per dOuES :I l- 1 ,i tlled ile [tih't L' A
spoilingQ a van proiaraiiio afte- a three-a
ic, ALL s'taAr month Stite-side triipl i 'i 19.2
and has SInce then been al-
ihost solely responsible for i's
Les at top.
Xoperalion. \'hen the V-oice
th rooms 5u2- -r
ges on vacation Caravan fans
hen rushing just have to pime till his.re-..

,with ain' off-
turn as disk jockyA come rare
on the re- Two cenes of Haiti's only
Onl the re- in Haiti. w o c i
"."" "' Disk Jockey; in action. '*
on the houc- .. ,.x


'Tlhi,.-day e',er- :.'a g ar.rtur..i
nine to nine-th'i'ty th2 -c ,.
tee-n-:,ge crowd .,:1. I e ,.v:.l
trick:,:.3 t ,':, \ 31 L; I .l -:,\

gaunt building on u'? E'.: -:
Foi.. The.,' lip :n throru h tI;
only un-locked en:-a.icc, ,ni!
wind upwards viai flights ./
narrow stairs'to the top-storc''.
of the highest bliikling ;n
Port-au-Prince.
As the minute hand crosses
the 9:30 mark, a familiar voice
' breezes over:
SH'lo Everybody! Welcome

once more to YOUR music-
Caravan -,


I... E ic 'ic.mai.er of Station
i.,i ;s on the air again
',.i:! hn':" i .iC.'- 61'-ud pc'ps and

.. ... it u rin- the \ ,':J.'
-',- i 'U S. son lg hits. An.i
l}3i h! '-_ '.],i -t.::.O Wlo k-r3
g. :'.:****.'* i-"^ ii': tnh2 g'.'ii? p;,rti-
i-:2. tht culs him off from the
rT',iv with the impressi'e-loo-
king tangles of wires and.
sparkling lights that make up
the mechanical side of broad-
casting.

ThaL' the clu-b-room, where
the fInlow who flips the platt-
ers can lean back with a chum
naimned Rene sipping "Couron-
N -%.. .." -'% "'-. .'' %-. ... -"t,..


HOTEL BEAU E!RCE

For The Best Food in Town
AN'D

UMRIVALLED SERVICE
IN THF
HEART OF


THE

EXPOSITION


A.. EA


OPPOSITE


long show is a mystery tune
where you name the number
and the band. This was intro-
duced .six months ago by
Abrahamns & Co to plug Mer-
cury records. The last time
YoLUr Reporter was utip on th-
HHgV, the mystery lasted
about as long as it takes to get
anybody on one of these te.e-
phones. Elizabeth Roy kn6c-
ked down the jackpot of two
record albums before the tun..'
was half-way
*You're RfGHT Elizabeth,


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S...... and above'all dearest, be sure to come to Port-au-
.Prince for the opening of the SIMBI Palace Hotel, -where
I'll meet you at the BeaElcncc'mber Bar......


PAPMAMA LINE PAHNAMA CANAL COMPANY
Arrivals and deppriures during
the month November and December

Fastest F'reight and Passengers service between New-Yo!K
Port-au-Prince and Cristoba!. and vice versa. accepting car-
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.,rk and via Cristobal; also trom the WVest Coast of Cen-
tral/South" Amnerica, and the Far -East via Cristobal '.Z
Sa'dings from New Yorl: every Thursday: arrivals at Port
a u-Prince "every Monday, exce-pt when a holiday fall., on
Thursday in New York, sailing then will be on Friday, anrri-
vatl Port-au-Prince Tuesday.
Sa'Ilings from Port-au-Prince to New York every Mon-jay.


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tHAITIANS AND

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Now Featutifng A Sensational
Series of Tea Dancesiby
%ae atb nibage Poel


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CITE DE L'EXPOS TION


SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7


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SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7
ROSS CALLS HAZEL
RELIEF TOUGHEST
OF MIS EXPERIENCE
S(Continued from Page 1)

the FADO whose $26000.000 food
donation has been followed by
a $350.000 grant.
S'The .plan, Mr. Ross continued
-was developed to permit maxim
mmum efficiency andco- pordina


I:a ve* Xhc'4jUa^^ i~$. *4~at

2 Ottim (clicWItpow 0WL'Wfl i ^fit.
'V odedw-3ewv&u 4pccloUq c'woted *e iuo b^
; r. oy !4
-, .PORCELAIN uALCoN4A6EN.K0YAL VINNA
EiNlE1 'ROENDA-l c) ULH 9jt~is tAw EMBROaIERIES


Red Cross Military assistance
continued through the first
I
shock of the disaster, and the
survey team gave medical aln!
distributed food, cleared ruIr.'.,.
and' assisted in the areconstli uc
tional phase'.
Ross has been kepi busy' r.-
f I, -
lieving disasters in his territ'
ry lately, rushiing from floods
in Hionduras to undo Hazel's
work here, last week flying-
Sback to Panama for relief of
extensive fires',in Parama Ci-
ty and 'floods In David in the


Lion, and ensure immediate as
distance to stricken'areas. It
was -followed in detail Lmme-
diately after Dr. 1Louis Ruy,
head of the Haitian Red Cross.
got in touch with Mr. T. Ni-
choldon. executive Vice-Presi-
dent of the American branch,
headquartered in Wlashington.,
$25.000 were Immediately a:-
locatedi for help to Haiti aij a


adrAITI SlUr
$31.000 increase was later giv- interior, tt
en taking care of food and me- and Guateu
dicines urgently needed. rlief .
Ross came here directly from Hig duties
relief work in the October "ed. are to ;
13 floods in Honduras, after nical assis
consultation with American
Ambassador -Roy Tasco Day's
decided, food was the mot
pressing need and 83 tons of".
rice and beans, "nilk and oLth-. .',-l
.' ...., \ .. *-*..
er foodstuffs were soon being -':....
borne in on C.119s (Box car) "-.. .
C 47s and C 54s from Ramea vii
airbase in San Juan. Th'rty s:xl. .
missions were flown t6 com-.
plete the emergency food air-.'
lift. relayed into devastated re-- '
g'ons by helicopters.


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Mr. Ross, Ambassador Roy Tasco Dayis and FOA's
Stanley Barranson sketch their campaign for relief' to Hazel'.3
victims......... .'" !W
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Ge6 ifeslaandes
Haitian Giftll Shop
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: Mlhany -- Handicraft Meinerg Bros. : Mahogany Sisal
Embroidered dressed souvenirs Samba : sisal & Mahogany
Dresses Souvenirs Rhum Barbancuu: Embroidered dress
s ,Perfumes Sisil, te..: Si La Shop : Haiti's nest nu
Tourist shopping center Si-Jou-La Dresses Haitia
Mahogany souvenirs The Souvenir Shop Perfumes vOWI

1. One Price Policy

2. Prices plainly marked on each item

3.. Fully itemized sales slip given without request

Rhum Barbancourt available at these shops


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Cross.
Born in. Springfield (whert
the firearms are made) Mas-
sachusetts, t h' e- forty-four.
yfer-old Red Cross Caribbean'
(Contilued on -Page '14)














', .'
,Lue Crimard, late rector o
the University and director
of ,La Phalange- was enterre4
TUeNday morning at Notr:
Dame Cathedral with, thou
sands of mourners in "itten
dance.
Professor Grimard, who die
In New York October 27 of
liver ailmnent, lay in state a
the University before. the fu
neral. Six students formed :
guard around the body.
Leaving the Faculty of Me
dicine, the procession file
past the Army Headquarter.
on Rue Romain, by tle Petit
SemInaire College St. Martial
through 4Rue des Miracles anc
-Biue -Dr. Aubrey to the Cathe
dral. In the procession were
special delegations of the Ele-
mentary and Secondary
Schools, the National Farm
School, Ethnological Institute,
the Teachers' College and Unl-
Sversity Facultles, and mem-
bers of the professorial body
of the University.
*Amdng toe thousands who
came to pay tribute to the
great Haitian scholar, church
man and patriot, could 'be seen
the -Calbinet Ministers, the Pre-
sident and the Judges bf the
Cour. de Cassation, the Presi-
dents of the Senate and the
' Chamber, and representatives
S of all branches of Haitian life.

,His Excelency President Ma-
gloire, a .former pupil of Pro-
fessor Griimard, was at'the c.-
remony.

Senator Ducasse Jumelle was
honoured this past week b7
the Ihteramerican Defense
Council which named him ho.
Snororary member. *


Page 4


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FATE CHEATS FORTUNE Cinna Leconte, Haitian Ge-
IN LOTTERY TICKET neral Consul in New York, iQ


THEFT
A lottery ticket, $ 49, a dri-
I
vers license, identification
card, and receipt from Royal
Sdry cleaners were among tho
a contents of a wallet stolen
From Arthur E. Charles taxi-
Scab Sunday night
a The lottery ticket (15150)
turned up on the winner's list
Sin the next day's newspapers
1 earning a $40 prize.
STaxi-driver Charles, in a state
t of ,manque mourir, immedla-
, ,tey reported the loss to the
police and lottery officials:

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SPECHEUR
ELEGANT

.Chez Adele Sassine' at Pe-
. tit Four, is till glowing with
Stride .over their recent crea-
tion a costUme de pche '
for Italy's commercial Attache
Cariana. Svelte directiice Mrs.
Yvan Denis confided the 'sa-
Ions makes everything from
bustles. j.to flounces, and their
stock even takes in perfumes
and handicraft but the wierd
Man from Mars' costume
with its eccentric *doughb.y.
cuffs and built on hood was
definitely extra-curricular. No-
netheless reports ate iiLhat 'tnme
usual Sassine st3le wa.; rnctd.
X XX"
x1 X'
SAt 'a recent assembly of the
\ . j I
Union School, it was decided
to donate half of the proceeds
from the annual school bazaar
(Dec. 4) to the Red Cross Hazel
-Work. -
xxx


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now In town A new mem-
ber is expected in his family
early 1955.
xx
Today is the 'Jour (,.' 1r j I" ,ni
me Haitienne, and the Le:.igua
for her political action is going .
to see that we know about :t.
when they gNl together In th'2
French Institute Auditorium.
xxx
X XX
Several SCISP secretaries
mnay be seen at Bowen Field
these days, handling the expe-
dition of medical supplies and
aid to the stricken areas of the
country damaged by the recent
hurricane.
xXX
Maggy Wiener, pretty prize
winner of the Tourist and
Gilt Shop Associathon, radio
broadcast lottery, got there in
time to claim her $30 a little
breathless but -bien content.
X Ix X
XXX
Two barrels of clairin des-
patched to the Director of
Customs Port-au-Prince were
found last Thursday on the
sea-board at Pointe Sable, La
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Ave. Marie Jeanne,
Cite' de l'Expositilon

Port-au-Prince, Haiti


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* eHAITI SUN SUNDAY NOVEMB8EJ4.i
The 'Bolivarian Society Yf na:a's Nat:onsi Dfy.., .

Haiti organized an MBC b~oad- ed drators' Mes. Edidondi.i
cast Wednesday observing Pa- Porte and Gerad Rouzier.


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WDAY NOVEMBER 7


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Mine. Magloire w-ith her Itu. bond and family.


Mme. Magloir
.SPEAKS- SAME LANGU
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nteimna'tional News S -rvlc- PORT-4U-PRINCE
ter, Olga 'rti4ig'i naa r- ,len' Me"qt
i't irip to Port-au-Prince w i Maglcir* visits. Mr
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anted the first interLiewwitt D'-L.Eisen-hoiyer in
rs.' Malgloire given an &tne -' te' Hous'e n-:t Janu
Can journa-list. i-minine IHellos .
Bel o a he ... .. Journalastic:'repor&s.
iBlow are her imp'essiohs


* our .rpretty3 36-year--1d
rts Lady,. during the hIII
ur audience in the national
lace state apartments, as re
ioduced in the 'Miami HL-
dd Sunday


rOLGA CURTIS
iternattonal 'News
sff Writer'


The wo'rld-famniou
Lady of tlieHdst i
the West.ern Hymins
be greeting the 'pu
First Lady'of the s
est republic,.in the W
Hemisphere.


Service But the Fir'st li.t
United States and


HOME-!..% ,i .,XI ?T ,\,NXSk 'm,


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LITTLE
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AN DY...


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Lady of the tiny Caribbeaa
country of Haiti should have
no difficulty getting along when
President Paul Eugene Ma-
gloire of Haiti' and his wife
visit President' lFAsenhower
and' his Mrs.
The two First Ladies speak
the same language, although
Mrs. Eisenhower says it in
sv .English and Mine Magloire
says it in French.
Just as Mrs. Eisenhower had'
Made clear that her family
comes first and first lady-ing
comes, second, Mine. Magloire
_ez- tf says
.First of all I am a mother
and' Wife. I have a husband,
children and a house and 1
e have to take care of all c.f
4GE them..
In the first interview she
has ever granted an America.i
Haiti .ik-vs service reporter, the wiv
te LecoUTe fe of Haiti's president reve:i-
s. Mamie led some other similarites b.-
:the \Whi- tween her life and Mrs. Ei-
;!,,,, th2ir senhower's
should sat Both married young. Both
married army lieutenants who
got to be generals, and then
s F i r i* were elected presidents of
republic .n their countries.
here will BotL. are fastidious and fas'ih-
Lblikity-sh.,' ion-conscious-. Both ive in the
econi:i ol,- national 'white houtise. during
e s t e r n the winter and had for the
mountains during the sum-
mer.
(dy of thy'
But the pretty 36- year-oid
the Fir,t
First Lady of the Negro repub-
lic, which won its indepenl-
ence 150 years ago by beating
j Napoleon's army is not psed
to the 'life in the public eyeu
,which Mrs. Eisenhower hand-
. 91% les so well.
SXWrhy should anyone want
Sto know who makes my cln-
thres?. Mane. Maglo'dre aske l
the interpreter when intervie-
S wed in the -majestic white
Haiti national palace in Port-
a U-Pr'ince.


I


to crown tdit perfect moment of
pleasant ccOin,:I. i.nsh ip. One of many
occasions for drinking Hennessy.


IEIKDST


- Dosx E ah lalal and o.. Dis.rtiauirs


But she smiled and confided
that her clothes come from
Paris after making it clear
that she prefers to be kno*ln .
for her charity work and the
'work I do for my people,.
The young-looking Haitian
First Lady, mother of five
children, has always shunned
the limelight. President Mha-
gloire gets the center of the
stage whenever they appear
together on formal occasions
or make state visits to other
Latin American countries:
But Mme' Magloire allowed


Page 5


Not a single secret service
man was present when the in-
terpreter -and I walked into
the president ial palace. An ar-
my guard asked us to wait in
the second-floor state% apart-
ments of the 30-room palace.
built in 1921 ,and' decorated for-
meally with the famous Hai- -re sa.g _al
tian mahogany furniture. MaIaie Dond Eisenhower
in a few minutes Mine. M.-
gloire walked in to meet us
She wore a turquoise dres z and very little jewelry. Only
trinmined in black which set diamond earbob; from her. pie-
,off her slight!y plump, fiv-:, rced ears and a gold bracelet,
foot two figure, straw sandal; (Continued on Page 11)


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Friday and

Tuesday Dinner and Dance "

to Ibo Lele Orchestra


a half-hour interview to this
reporter in the hope 'that it
would bring some further eco
nomic assistance to Haiti, hurt
by Hurricane Hazel's wrecka-
ge of Haiti's remote south-
west farm area. '





SUNDAY NOI'EMBER f?


ot6


SFootball Leagues lamed irst
6, 1eams t orm Top Bracket

.(L'of: L.L Jv',l, I'aQe 1I ral classification, and provides
pomJIUmnL to head the JLi-F for the members to clash witi
October i '-s ...... --i i.-s Division I Champions -in the
week in u .,ae Mag u.re get-' Vincent Competitions. Ca,,)
together of Federation of- Haitien, Gonaives, St. Marc
ficials, i;elere's a.cd delegates Petit Riviere de l'Ar'lbonite,
of parrit.ciating el'c. Petit Gonave, Cayes and other
BasEd on the rosulth of the provincial towns are all cove-
last chatnpioriships (P r a d e : red by this third group.
Oup).'itfe new 'classifications Measures were outlined for
have' the sit top teams in Di- the up-keep of the grounds
vision I' with lacing just get- the regulation of seating ar-
ting "n' .ti..:r th i%\ :'e. Tfu_ ranjgements and the avoidance
other .five are Aigle Noir, Vio- df hitches in the November 16
iette, Victory, Bacardi, Excel- -r- July 19 schedule.
S.Bior. Explaining the functioning
The 'second division is sup- of the new dual-league system
posed to give the less able oficla.s said the first team of
cequipes. -a .chance against Division II automatically took
equally watchedd opponents, the place of the -last team In
thus eliminating the fore deci- Division I.
ded type pf match whicn Second-from-the last team
would .pit, say, Algle-Noir in the first league and second
against Qroix des Bouiquets. team in League IT w1t play
Included in this group are two matches to dei.de what
Petion- Ville. Etolle, Arsenal, Class they end up in.
Stade and Croix des Bouquets First Dlvistbn matches w'id
.' Leogane (starters in the '50 be played on Fridays and Sa-
'51 competitions), turdays while second divisio.i
The third League has no bear matches will take place on
ing on prowess but is a regio- Wednesdays and Thursdays.


MEDICAL SERVICE
AT WHARF
At the suggestion of Dr.
Paul Desmangles, director of
the Service of Public Hygiene,
a medical service was installed
recently at the cBureau du
Port'. A preventative measure
against epidemics, the new c:i-
nic stocks vaccinations against
typhoid and other contagious
Illnesses.
Intransit tourists, sailors, and
wharf hands are being submit-
ted 'to the most rigorous sani-
tary discipline, and two nurses
are kept busy in the new
health center every day.

TRUCK BURRNS ON
AVE. ROOSEVELT
Fire destroyed a truck on
Ave. Roosevelt last Thursday,
and the chauffeur Andre Lops
'received severe burns on both
arms.

LOW KARAT


Walter, Winchell's Monday
column carried the morsel:
-The Golden Mistress does not
glitter..
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NEDERLAND U. S. S: R They called [or Cuba rum,
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N*EW WOOD FINISH
INTRODUCED
TO PORT-AU-PRINCE

Leslie Brandt, Robert
ancti and Serge Gailiard, i
9&s of the Trans-World T
ng Company, introduce
new finish. for furniture
:,ers.
The new this week prod
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y resistant to water, heat
oratching, said its repress
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Thursday last at the 8 rural
section of Mont Rouis, Arca-
hale, a truck driven by Cle-
ment Cleophat overturned
while on its way from St.
Marc. The vehicle was badly
damaged.


BRANDT Y BUILDS
PENSION. FOR FABRIC
WORKERS

Industrialist O s w a l d J.
Brandt has started work on a.
two-story building at Bols Pa
tate for the lodgement of the
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TRAVELLER'
HELSINKI This capiLa'
of the tiny Scandinavian, repu-
blic of Finland is so modern
in design it is in danger of
propelling itself into the 21st
Century any day now withouL
bothering about the last hal.
of the 20th.

Lighting llxtmres drip trom
.the ceilings and stairways a; c
supported' by nothing and seer
-.ing.y -,e t l lini!ty-' n He.-
'dnkA1B 'two futuristic hotels,
the Palace. and the Vaakuna.
"uiit ure in the roams .s
starttling in the severity of its
design but pFoves amazingly
=iflrtable.
SSP.JO4 ho.ita Ls, and. even.
Wie 4rari tattorn have d
;.,'u.Mctio.,l beauty. Muirals in
.,n o.e.g art fo.nn : rq..yq tlh.
austere Simplicity of the glass
and Pdlisbed&wood exteriors.
In Fina2nd there are two


S NOTE BOOK


*RbAITI BUN,


goes a long way farther than
a businessman's.
The second pocketbook ad-
vantage is the absence of tipp
ing. Ten to fifteen per cent is
added'to hotei bills and restau
rant checks. An additional tip
is given only for an out-of-th:.
ordinary service. Taxi drivers
are never tipped and fares in
thp city usually come *) less
than 50cents (U. S.). Local re-
sidenits are quick to discoura-
ge any deviation from their
tipping, practices.
Because of the special rate
of exchange a hotel'room with
bath for a tourist in HelsiAnki
coats $d. A check for dinner
should ad4d up to about $2.50
inOlnidiln thq ten per'cenrt tipp
ing charge GoW" lun.heons
ar available from $4 up. Tra
velerp in Finland should re-
member that, as in some other
n lces in Scandinavia, coffee


ciation has provided -for rest-
ftul touring outside of the ca
pital with a string of hotels
on lakeside settings.
One of these hotels is the
Aristo, which has besides the
main hotel four private ca--
bins, a beach, and rowboats
and canoes for exploring the
hundreds of nearby islands, A-
rlsto is reached by a 45 minu-
te aLr trip from '-Helsinki to
Turku and then a two-hour
boat ride. A single room and
three meals here is under $5
per day.

Another resort is Aulanko,
two hours from Helsinki by
bus or train. The trains are
new and diesel powered. At
Aulanko also the price for a
single room with bath and
three meals is $7. Favorite ex-
oursion from Aulanko is a six-
hqur bqat trip, known as a wat-
er Ibus equipped with restau-
rant and a bar that sells beer.
For ,those who prefer'to take


vaniemni is four hours and
$16.50 by air from-.. HelsinkI
Hote .rates -,witih meals re
in the *five-doialr bracket.
Pan American's" offTce 6'
Helsinki has facilities for sett-
ing up tours of the Artic and
lake areas and other parts of
the country, including a try
at shooting the rapids in eith-
er the Emajoki or Tornio Ri-


SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7


c~t~ to.. 'aaa h...':
vers.
Going to- Finland without?;,
tMaking a sauna, the Pinnia:t
bqtLh, i like going to Roime'd-
without seeing thp Colosseu ,'il :
." ."'.:-
Anyone who makes friend" 7
with a Finn wiNl, take the baitif
'nether he hI t or oot. 'Ta'"
Finns are most finm on this :
subject.
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'prai lea.l. money. saving featt, and bread and butter are not their adventure In comfort I4L.KE NIElNEN IN FINLAND.N
S es fo. the. tourist: One, urn- included in the price on the there is lOn.niemi, right on Lake Piel-nen, one of "the -largest lakes in Fin-
re. f.. One, um include, irsetn th pricee onaor then hap.i
S. .in Eirdpe Is the tourist menu ad a cock taili boost the Arqt41 Circle. The sun' lad, psnt a lge nora An t picture
. '.ate. exchange. This govern the price, of the meal by ano- shines 24 hours a day here dur tKoli xange.n from atop one of the lake. The lake ds-
kIloli eanceawhie adoJoins the lake. The lake d's-
S meDt plan allows the tourist other dollar, ing thbe summer and sports- trict is a tourit- center, both in sumpmmer and,'
S.*...nd only the toUrist.840 ,marks If the gleam of Helsinki's uJ 'men find plenty to shoot at. winter. Fnland is easily reached, via the global
-~~~ro-e wint-Aer.incand i Woaslyrahd' viraytes.o
a for a dciar. For anyone' elsp tra modern buildings begins Many travelers go there just routes of. Pan American World Airways.
it is .231. Tis, o0 course, to get a bit dazzling on. the to have their mall postmark-
ans that the tourist's money eyes, the .Finnish Tourist Abso ed from the Artic Circle. Ro- *.- ^*-.- '. -%., -.. ,..-...,.....
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"Black Oiut".


Controversy

I., haa T just come to our attention? that
.. ,an article appeared some time ago in
If a ,,'ly news pa.cr ta propos de' our
i, published interview with George Policy,
:' direitgr of the Ci., 4N.'6rage Electrique.

,4 ,' "l WGb 0, q0o1W4, tljW 400
40, i $'o lu4n9ured sinceit4. f, 4.Sat'n. 4,
A. r-&nwr, pgflgap4e, sbftwe4 a cgaqjqt lqac7
.itb VW Iaau of LatteM 44W 'i 9*
i stqtag4tl th, i NqW S.4i.. w.s ,.u.).
S'': ot y Mr. PoUe4 Ttj Phis, o0 ciee 4"wl. -
i4j *' .1* '.'I.
'". As the presntt gnertitnaf news
w'f .ritef's and readers -know, the dutries of a mp-
;.'dern jourmnd '(whether, -popijaire, or not) is.
S'provilingr it'. readers witk information o. dajf
happenings and explaining their significance.

Anyqne, 'even HaitirJournal, can grouse
i; about conditions. Weepinzg and wailfng and.
S: gnashing of teeth requires little' effort. But-. to
get the-facts of the black outs*, and the reasons
Q11 behind them, Mfr. Salnave would have had to
shuffle round to the Electric Company and ask
for an interview. This would lave been of bene-
it to his readers. But it would have meant ef-
faort. .................

S "The '.Sun, merely acted on universally c-
S cepted newsgathering principles in asking for
Mr. Policy's side 'of the 'power cut, case. We
know the dark side, and we have written about
that pqrt of it, too. But so does everybody 'else
n, in Port au Prince, as the 'black-outs' are caom-
mon property.


For the benefit of Vhe near-sighted, -and
bigoted, writer of the article ipz question (HAI-
TI-JOURNAL oct 26). our newspaper is, consid-
rabty hampered by power shortages. Black outs
hai',e made us late on jhree consecutive occa-
sioni. But that ,does not make the REASONS
for the black outs any less news-worhy.


A member of the Family

".' THE WALL CLOCK WITHe


IVESTMINISTER C H 1 M E SI
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QUARTER HOURLY.
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been luid waste. Mosquitoes lied to -find rumors to 'eef
plague the town. feet that the Red bross is con
Pamine sat its height trolled by'selfish persons Lnef-
BPiAUIMGNTr : The country.. -cicntly wasting relief sup-


Director Heiti-Sun
Citk de l'Exposition
Port-auPrince
Dear Sir,
Your interesting weekly
newspaper has mentioned the
damages occasioned by the cy-
dclone, so-called 'Hazel', but I
find you have given a thorough
ly incomplete statement c-on-
cerning Corail and Beaumon:.
On that account I have avail-
ed myself of the opportunity
to wrtte to you impelled, by
the desire to let you know the
real position in these, points.
I witnessed. tPhe destruction
ii these. towns and my. review
of damages foos :


CORAIL : Colonist Belance's
ancient re*uence dating trom
1776 in wAich 29 'negroes and
a white m..n were suffocated
Sby .Regara, and which used to
house the telegraph office e and
dispensary is damaged from
top to bottom. -
Barracks erected by the
French.durirng the colonial pe-
ried above the ruins of Fort
Guerrier are destroyed.
Corail's church built by the
first pearson in 1872 suffered
severely.' (These date referen-
ces are to show you the'gre:it
Intensity of the wind and the
historical importance of the
buildings).
Forty-eight houses were des-
frayed entirely 77 seriously da
aged, and many hundreds of
humans left homeless. The
wharf demolished and 'Source
St-Pierre which used to supp-
ly the town's water until the
intsllation of-the new hydrau-
lic system i's not -drinkable.
The adjacent countryside ha3


B-Ub$-


1'has been thoroughly laid waste
:53 houses totally destroyed -
61 seriously damaged -- plan-
tatIons of coffe and bana-
nas wholly' ravaged. All fac-
torels have been .demolished-
a very notable loss.
Twenty-eight dead bodies
have been found.
The Church has been des-
troyed and the patron saint,
Saint Agnes broken in pieces.
Famine and epidemics thrent-
en the district.
I wish, Dear Sir, you coul:i
puMlialh tiia Information in.
your next issue to let every-
one know the present situa-
tion in which we are Ivmng.' '
'Yours etc...
Antoine PIBR tE
% CORAIL


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Box 673 -
.4
Port-au-Prince '
November 1, 1954
OPEN LETTER TO :
The Haitian National
Red Cross'
Port-au-Prince
Dear Sirs : ,
We.-wiah to compliment tihe
Haitian Red Cross ,for
thqir tireless sdcrificial and'ef-
ficient handling of the relief
expedition to Berly. The mannr
er ifi which you (he Red Croass)
maintained contact with. and
provided adequate supplies for
the team to facilitate meeting
the need of the stricken area !s
to be highly commanended..
We speak for the very grate-
ful people of Ber4y a- we thank
the Red Cross for the n--
dical and other aid offered in


plies We have seen the self-
denal of the staff
in their tireless efforts in meet
ing individual and national
needs at this time of disaater.'
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i'rne. Magloire, who said she
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explained that she keps right
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cSometitmes I evei work on
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Her primary interest outside
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of the take from the national
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people. Except on formal state
occasions, she is seldom seen
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of orphans huddled around her
skirts.

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the United States, which she
has visited five times. The
two youngest girls, Paule, 10
and Yola, "7, attend school in
Port-au PrInce, like their older
brother.

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morning:
IThose decorated were: Mi-
nister M a u c I a i r Zdphirin
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les Fombrun (Grand Croix);"
Mr. Adelphin Telson, presi-
dent of the Chamber of Depu-
ties, (Grand Croix); Mr. A.rsene
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Administrative Council of the
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Gouvernement, (Grand Croix);
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Theard (Grand Officier); Co-
lonel Stephan Wooley (Gran-.
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Minister Plerre L i a u t a u d
(Grand. Croix) given in
caibsentum. because Mr. Liau-
taud is engaged in ambassado-
rial tasks at Madrid Mr.
Borl DrbWlnaud Minister
Councellor at the Ambassqde
in Paris (Grand Officier) -
also absent.

XXX
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Page cHAITI SUN.


r IttAC IlCOMIlC l iEQ


Robust Little Michele Verui
accompanied Aunty Lise Che
riez to join Grandpa Am
bassador Ethevt in C. T
Saturday. ,
XXX
The Jack Churchills held
-Shiah ka barbecue, Monday
evening.
XXX
Giselle and Raymond Lafon
tant are back from Paris. Lau-
sanne pharmacy graduate Ray
was linked with his preUy
w'rfe in a Paris chulich this
Spring.

XXX
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Phillips
arrived 'in Port-au-Prince last
Friday arternoun. The An.-\,m -
can film makqr is engaged in
a' Haiti' production foi ONT,
has chosen 6illa Creole Hotel
as HQ.

XXX
Mrs. George W. Polley hop-
ped over to San Juan Saturday
to meet her first grand-daugh-
ter cLesley, Cynthia's first
addition.


1 AMr. Albert Canez, Peru\ iLan
Minister to Port-au-Prince,
*I- flew to Ciudad Trujillo last
F r i d a y to spend the Long
weekend.


a Mrs. Carlota Von Sacken-
* dorff arrived October 27 for
chre& weeks as house guest of
the Aindersen family in Pe-
tion-ville. Mrs. Sackendor'f
Sand her husband lived five
r years in Jacmnel forty years
ago. She always has been
homesick for Haiti, rz-veals
the fascination .for its b)zaudty
is even greater slnc he"- re-
visit.
Jean-Claudc.e Rigaudil is recu-
perating in llthie quiet of La-
boule' from a 3-we-k Jama.C.
v .acation.
XXXK
Elie Vernet. pioneer ,n ca--
operati.'e wvork h...returnd
Recently frum the Sr,'h'liavian
peninsula where he ;p2nt a i
month attending t-he co-ope- i
rativ'e congress 9t Copenhage' 1'
and ,getting au courant *'i ti
co-op methods, t


Former Mayor Andre Louis
disembarked from the *Pana-
ma, last Saturday morning tcL
a warm welcome from friends
and relatives. Mr. Louis, accom
panied by his wife and chil-
dren, left on a health trip 1LO
the states several weeks ago,
and continued to Europe to
atend the graduation of his
son Georges. who recently got
his agronomy degree fror,
Gemrbloux (Belgiuwn)
xxx
Charles Clarence Boxer andL
James Frazer, representativ'.':s
of the International W\he9t
Commission at Washington
and Winnipeg, mUlt with Dj-.
parument of Commerce offi-,
cials here last Thursday a ,
discus.:s the agreement signc.J
i.n April 1953 between Haiti
ar.,fl the USA.

XXX
UNO Exipeqton rural and
urban lodgement. M. Cele-ti-
no Sanucdo,'arrived Monday
or a month here assist'mg in
the Government's re-habi-lita-
ion programme.


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Reynold Fabius and Odet:e
ulange have set a Decemb-
er wedding date:.
I" x x X_
Adding to the interior' d .)o-
ation of Saturday's New York
Clipper' was Carmelhie Dejoi..
f XXX
,,Mr and Mrs Robert Baussan
care back from their U. S. vi-
t Mr. Baussan's plans for
Ohouchou Bay are now elosu.
* being realized.
i;' a~tx '
May' Hudicourt left Friday
it join her husband (Delegaie
ierre) at U. N. in New York.
r' rxx
'Miss Yamile. Esper celebrat-
e her fourth birthday annl-
Tsary with a sum-ptuous fete
t Aux Cosaques Thursday .if-
tunoon. The little lady wore
1. advantage a cbeUe robe ro-

w' /
a I
/
^ x xIx
,;lajorie Sutton leaves the
ilnerican Embassy today end-
Sa lengthy assignment and
I.
tmvelling'home to sOend three
months with her parents prior

taking up her new post in
eopoid ville, Belgian Cong'.).
:' x xX
4rs Ren4 Scutt observed her
thiay anniversary Tuesday.
-I X XX

Branck Magloire director of
large circulation daily -LE
*TIN- arrived home Friday
a month. in Rio coaferr-
!With other 'Inter-American
*s Association members.
-., .*

sine Dominique ticked
tiother check-mark on the
.o her miultos annos.


a


Jacques Brun's fetoe, was
celebrated Monday.
Xxxx
Myron Brockway Lawrence
and family are back from four
days on the -beaches of Cap-
Haitien with a splenad 'coup
de solely,.


XXX
Eric Tippenhauer,
tycoon celebrated his
.yesterday.


business
birthday


r xx
Evelynrie Bliekensderfer is
due to head for her new post
in Barcelona prior to Christ-
mas.
%

x x x
Dr. Charles Chevallier was
a year older Thursday.
r x x
Mr. and Mrs Eddie L'arco are
taking'off for New York this
week. -
r x x
Mrs Raoul Degrand and .bel-
le-mbre. are' Havana bound
this week..
r x x.


*HAITI SUN.


r xx
Denisi Manuel is reported'
have that New York boui
look.
xx
Dick' Leegstra Is back at tl
controls of Curacao Tradir
Company after a long illness
x x x
Dr. Harold Hinmah, one
te most widely known U.
malartolgists spent two da
In Port last week.


r xx
President of the Atlas Tra
ing Company, Mr. Ben Abour
is back in town after an acti'
Summer in Europe.
rxx x


A TAFETA TABLEAU is formed, by the brides-maids and flower girls, as they surround
newlyweds Nicole and JacquasHonorat at their manage last Saturday.
Nicole is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Rodolphe Augustin, and her husband is s
of Supreme Court'Comnissaire and Mrs Jacques Honorat.
The ceremony was celebrated at St Gerard's with the Rev, Pire. Grinenberger, Sup
rior of the Petit Seminaire, officiating assisted by two other priests. Thirty -s
,garQons et filles d'honneur. took part.
The couple are honeymoonning in Fermathes.


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Happy Birthdays. for Ad
line Mallebranche fell due
he third.
xxx
ArtVst Jaoquelline. Elie-J
seph has returned home to I
tion-ville. with sister Mr.
Fouad Ateie and her baby so
Winthrop. The Ateie's secor
son was born at'the famoi
Mont Sinai Hospital In Ne
York. S


x xx
Gonaives coffee tycoon, Fri
Madsen, celebrated his bin
day anniversary last weeket
with a host of Po.'-au-Prin
-,nis,... The fecing last
fr!.'- d"i3s, included irovi-s c::
eta.nboching,.


e- iBHill Moncado the Heavy M.I
on ch'inery man was here at the
Ibo Lele.'for three days this
week.
o- rxx
Pe Mrs Dorothy Olauson and
s. pretty daughter Joyce a r e
)n guests of Hotel Choucoune.
rc They arrived this week from
us Chicago.
?v/ r x z
Visiting the Haiti Trading
Company this week in t h '
course of his Caribbean Tour
ed was Mr. R. C. M. Comfort E.-
h- port Sales Manager of Lipton
nd (Tea) Overseas Ltd.
ck' r xx
tL: Me Lelio Joseph went to
'j New York on a health trip
Thursday.

XXX
to /
Yvan Denis, well-known
nd
commercant whose health has
been Ahancellante for the past*
ten months was interned at
he
General Hospital on Thursday
ng
g afternoon, due to complica-.
5.
tions which developed' this
week.
of
g x xx
S.
Mirs ,Lena Assad at tne
ys
ASTA San Francisco confer-en

ce- also is exhibiting Ha.tia-i
paintings and ceramics.

id- 3=
Hotel Riviera artistes, Guy
U1,
Duroisier, Napoleon Bernard
ve
(the spider dancer), Banda.
and Decossat, flew over to
i
Miami last Saturday to do one
show at Pnul Weesner's exclk-
.=
sive Riviera Club (He .also
Sowna the Hotel), but found
themselves scheduled for a
long-tennrm tour when the word
got around.


Haitian Consul to Miami,
'Philippe Charm lost no time la
lining them up before Televi-
sion camera, in a Haitian
hurricane relief show. The wi-
fe of Miami's mayor, Mrs. Ca-
I
Srol Aronovitz," followed
through, grabbing the boys for
a series of performances in
aid of the Hurricane relief
'd
nd publicity stint she is doing. As;

a result Guy & Co. finally
on
wound up in 'front of the Ju-
niot Chamber of Commerce
Pe-
'Convention a n d the big
six
Jewish B'nai D'rith Society.
Reports are they were a huge
success.
XXX
President Magloire received
Friday noon Dr. Roberto Her-
mino Valle Calve who present-
ed his credentials as Envoy
t Extraordinary of Guatemali.


Bound for the States yes-
terday were Betty, Reynold,
Ricky and Hurt Forghamm.
x x x
Miss Mary Evans, American
Express executive, from Was-
hingtonis spending a wee's
vacation in Port-au-Prince
with an old neighbor of hers
Mrs. Marie Wallingford' of
Point IV. Miss Evans visitedd
%
Trinidad and Curacao and a-
pon leaving Haiti wil wind up
her trek to the Caribean with
a one-day visit to Montego Bay
She told us that her visit 4ier
wag highlighted by a trip to
the Citadel that she has al
ways wanted to see.

X XX
Haitian Military attache in
New York Raymond Montreull
and wife Nellie returned to
their post Friday.
i
r xx
The Audairi family Bernia- ,
debate, Jeanette, Lucien, and
Peter went to New York Satur-
day. I
X XX
gxx

Cabane Choucoune's Ball for
the victims of Haz-.was a
jam-packed, joyous success.
overflowing with such 'talent
as Pedro Vargas' tenor, the
Dedjean Boys and their choral
singing, little Dimanche's flu-
te-playing without flute.
His Excellenk the President
and Mine Magloire started the
ball, arriving at 10 p m
XXX

x I x

BT


The second addition to the
Bbbby Gallard" family arrived
Tuesday night at the Carrie
residence, Avenue N. Mireille
- a seven pound beauty is
doing fine. I
.X. X
Denise and Gerard Carrid
are celebrating the arrival of'
,their fourth child, an eight-
and-a-half pound 'petite fille'
named Jessie.
r x x
Narriman is the name of Mr
and Mrs Nalef Bou Halloun's
nine and a half .pound baby
girl. They already have two
boys.
r x x

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Fat
ton, Madame n6e Raymrnonde
Vieux, received a new arrival
from the stork on Friday, Oc-
tober 5th. Robert G. Fatton,
Junior tipped in 7 Ibs on'the
scale.


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page 14

LEAVING BY,
THE aCRISTOBAL*
*On the &Crlstobal- tomor-
row the following deliart fo.-
New York : Mr. Lelio Dalen-
court. Mr. Andre. Denlz4, Dr.
Renh Teimezy, Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Clifford, Mrs and Mrs
Joseph O'Callahan, Mr. and
Mrs Murray Cohen.


HAZEL'S EFFECT
ON ECONOMY C. I. C.
LUNCHEON TOPIC-
At the weekly Club Intern-
tional de Cormmerce Rivieita
,luncheon Wednesday Mr. Jean
DTjuiron preiLled over "a do.
bate on the effect Hazel h.i;'
had op. our economy.
'Ir. Fortune Bogat, who in-
troduced the debate, stated the
salts of automobillcs have fli-
len off badly. The strike' tha.
preceded the hurricane had
-J.ad. up some of the best ca-
mioonette au'd motor-car custo-
mers and they we're finding
*payments difficult, go automu-
i
b.le representatives had 'had
.to allvw lpnker tetms.
Mr. .darl Fisher presented
the touristic postlIazel aspect,
iand concluded tourism will not
be affected.
Then Mr. Noustds ,.rose to
K. launch a plea for 'loyalty and.
., fair-play among fello#-busi
ness.men, reserving also 6he
attractions that were Drigmna:iv
S-reponsible 'fr 'the develop-
m'ent of our' touristindustry.
Other% members cdntributed
to khe round table discussion.


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'' PA'AMO'UNT,
,Bunday" Novenxber 7
6:00 and' 8:30 p mn- -
TDIX, DE LA LEGION.
SMonday November 8 8
6:00 p m
BAIE'R DE MINtJIT ,
8:15 p m
GALA MUSICAL AND
ARTISTIC -EVENING
' Tuesday Nov4mber 9
S6:00 and 8:15 p m
1
DIX DE iA LEGION
SWednesday November 10
6:00 and 8:15 p m
IVANIOE
Thirsdayi November 11
S:00 and 8:15 p m
VOUS QUI AVEZ 20 ANS

.Friday November 12
DlE DE LA LEGION
Saturday November 13
6:00 and 8:15 p m
LE TRAIN SIFFP'LERA
TROIS FOIS ,
6:00 and 8:30 p m'
AMBRE


SHAITI SUN.


DUE ON
THE SPANAMAN

Arriving tomorrow on the
S5S Panama from New York
are Lt. Alphonse Belarrd and
his wife, Mr. and Mrs. George
Bitz, Rev. Iouis B o, u c h e r.
Miss Eleanor Cavanaugh, Mr.
and Mrs Murrat Cohen, Miss
Jeanne Conner, Miss Barbara
Coppedge. Miss Charlotte Dan
cy, Mrs Mercedles Elie, Miss
Joan Haworth Dr. and Mrs Mi-
chael Isenman, Mes Munira
Khoury Miss Elizabeth Law-
,son, Mr and Mrs Edmund Ley,
Miss Rita Lobianco. Rev. Ra-
oul Moreau, Miss Esther Mor-


row, 'Mrs Georges Naude, Mr
and 'Mrs. L. Preetzaman-Agger-
holm, Miss Mary Ruth, Miss
Edith Springer, Mrs Claire
Vllain.


95 BOATS LOST..
(Cdntinued from Page 2)

hurricane and was never heard
of again. The $35.000 boat is
thought to have gone down off
*the Sodthwest coast with ail
six hands aboard. ,
Weather-beaten Maurice is
presently negotiating for a new
motor, having lost his 33 ton
motor-sail boat the gMedi-
sant complete with month-old


GM 4-51, 87 horse-power motor
As far as he knows, Mauri-
ce says, his was the only boat
to carry any insurance, and
then his policy only covered
the new engine


ROSS CALLS HAZEL
RELIEF TOUGHEST
(Continued from Page 3)
boss reaped his education from
Fort Fdward High in New
York, Green Mounta'i Junior
College in Poultney Vermont,
,Springfield College" Mass) and
Cornell winding up with a
Master's degree in Education.
He joined the Red Cross in


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SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7

1941 (.right after Pear[ Har-
hour,) and was shipped uver-
seas to direct the Allied Club,
in Oran. Part of his wartime
work consisted in directing
reliefs though Yugoslavia to
Austria. In 1948. Ross served
in Alaska where he supervis-,.
ed relief work in the Neana
River floods, and two years
later was transferred to his,
present post.


Red Cross Chief Ross is mar-
ried (to the former Sjlvia Sub-
let.t) and has one son. Bumpy
2V, born in the Panama Re-
public.


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ETDAY NOVEMBER 7


urnbulls
(Continued from Paf, 1)
eating him for septic i u,.n.
ceived% when he fell into h.-
ther't icharcoail-pot nir \\,.is
o \wieak to sti uggle out of the
ire. The couple explained th.it
the child had lived under. a;
6upermiitious cloud after .lthc.
6ucceive death O uf hi,. e'liL-
,year-old sister, and lhi'is mtjhe '
eight ionthlis ago. Hi, grdc r.-
nother and relatives feire.l
him and refused to havFe an't-
hing to do) with the nioth-er-
less seven-month old infd an,
having its care entirely upon
Ks devoted, but dull father
Somehow it did not die.
The tales were picked 'lip
walking to and mix'ing with thl?
tarded undernouprished inh-,-


cHAITI SUN&


Relate...
bitants of the 4.000 ft. Bonigard
mountain range.
Berly is the moQt fertile dis-
irict of the 'inaccessible 10-
gion in .the towering .peakc 1.5
winding untracked miles Lo-
ve Kenscoff. Pastor TuriiiLbu.l
said, and the people of Bar:i.'le
re Roche v'ere more prou.pt-
rous and intell'igent than n.u:t
of the inhabitants of t.he a.L:-.i.
But because of lack of ciommut.
nications with urban center-i
diseases ate prevalent ;.ni
untended.
Serious-faced, the tweiity-
nine-year-old Baptist n-Cniso-.
told Your Reporter of "cws
and other diseases among th.o
people o-f the territory.
Then Mrs. Turnbul rc'illed


cne twenty-year-old girl she
had seen. Half her face was
riddled with yaws. -You could
put a flash-light battery inti
the opening from whe.,, ',,.
nose had been through io her
mouth, she said aatJy ,.One
of the girl's eyes wP- gone.
and she carried a strip of cloth
to -hide her face, p. ..lini out
through her one goo'i ey c-

THE TREK

The Turnl:,ill s he,',, of thiE.
Berlv cataitstrophe onP \Vetl,es-
day,. 02ttober 20th, ':.II .: B ;nj-
ti3t preichcr. a nrritive named
Cotille who retu reI flroih
the hills with the tale of .1
great 6boulemnentA tlandlIicle)
that had killed tu:i pile m1ou,-
ne (a lot of pcopl.?,?. Nobody
had been able to cr,.ss the


World TribLutesi,


to Shell with L C. A.i


swollen Moance Rivr to accompanied by C frm
swollen Momance Riv'dr to accompanied by a cdo,:i&. fromT


check on the numb3.' ot dead,
Cotille stated, but sho si:e of
the village of Barriere Roche
could be seen from ,i cliatdan.e
new'a bare strip of nrkeLI
earth sUtrewn with m'as.Iv2
boulders ,'big.g ger than a co-
mnotive..

The TUTrnbtUlls were .1'1- i.i-
\virng their Ferimathes home 'j
volunteer for mercy \WO.'i' in
the South when the report
reached them, and they raced
hair Jeep station wagon LI
.Ril Cross Headquart,,.'s

They a-ked for a ITI...l.i i'
kit and supplies, ,, v'.e:re
told a doctor wvouid accsin :n.
themto the slide to !ook for
and treat sur11'vivo'i'-:
A rnisundersandirig a- to il-it,
place where the ki ,, Jio.id be
Spiked tip delayed the rescue,
(p:rty, hut on Thur.,-la.. the
tough missionary-re-.'re.l cou-
1pie, daughterr and son-in-law
^of Grandma H o I d e m a n )


the General Hospit:ii ar.dn; two
Sanitary officers motored to
t
Kenscoff where began their
long journey by foot.
Half way to Bari:er- l-;ocin.?.
jieir companions derided to
turn back, beaten ijy 1th2 slick
surface of the ir.in-clrenched
mountains. Camping Thuri;-
day night by the Momance
RivE"r, the party shaie;I a h'ut
wvith newly stripped hides of
drowned cattle and the ,nsuf-
ficiently salted, decaying meat
that the peasants had tried to
save.
A week later they were still
killing fleas, the TurnbuIls
said.
Friday morning the i:l.o-
naries forged on alone.

Arriving at the vi'age s:te
th-y found ycung Jein Ri:
course who had reached the
spot nlinutes before with a
wal.kie-tuJkie radio with which
he attempted in vain to report
(Continued on Page 16)


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Turnbulls
(Continued from pag,c- 15,
back to Dr. Louis Roy al Rei
Cross headquarters.
They talked to the inhabi-
tants of the six U-cailles-
fringing the slide and .'roIm
them found there had been no
wounded. Smashed hlimbs and
bodies already had been bu-
ried.


A critically injured man was
picked up by the Turnbulls
near the landslide. He was
L.eeding from his cars a:d
nose, apparently su f f e ring
from a broken neck. No food
or medicines could be forced
down his throat It was later
found that he had been bitten
by a wasp and had fallen over a
cliff, nearly a mile from Bar-
'riere' Roche.
Another man was tre,'ted
for bruises received when the
15.000.000 cubic yards of cras-
hlIng mountainside threw him
clear. :.e was. standing by his
hut, he told the Turnbulls,
and suddenly the landslide
swept down on him carrying
away his home and, slapping
himi on his derrieres hurled
him ott of the way.
The Pastor and his wiz"e
were camped near the lands'i-
Sde the morning after thei:
arrival when Captain Harry
Burchett, head of the. Inter-
American Geodetic Survey he-
re and Pilot Bill McKeown h.)-


Relate...
vered overhead in their .Bel!'
helicopter.
Mrs. Turnbull laid out a
white cloth cross for the heli-
. copter's guidance and Captamin
Burchett landed extra medic-ild
equipment and rations. The
BeJl then returned to Port-au-
Prince, where a frayed propel-
lor cable grounded it till la ;t
Sunday.

PASSOVER
'A strange feature of the
affair, the pastor related, -is
that all the villagers who died
were voodooists. The few
Christians were untouched.
.TI Cont,. the village 'houn-
gan' was among the victims.,
One man, he continued, was
away at his .jardin and when
he returned his yard an:l
neighbours were under a
mound of earth.
The nearest villager, to .the
edge of the landslide, 'Aura',
told Pastor Turnbull that a
group of relatives and frIendci
had fled their cailles, when
the constant rain flooded thoemn
Sheet lightning crackled
over the village, and thuncd-
crashed in the peaks, and the
twelve people In his hut grew'
afraid. Aura said. gusts uoi
wind blew the door'in, and
he had to ask a man to help
him hold it closed.
*Then I told them .tu prays,
said the. villager.


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SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7.


-HA1TI SUN.
When the rumbling came,
Aura looked out, saw the tumb
ling earth and boul le\s, :and
quickly slammed the uoor shut
He told the others: -a few
stones'had fallen on the oppo-
site slope.,
They were all .saisi next
morning when they stepped ,
out of the 'caille aJminct into
the slide.
A strange tale of prophecy
was told by everyone in tha
village, the Turnbulls say:
The Saturday night before the
landslide, an old woman na-
med Pierrine visited the hou-
ses of the villagers warning
them to 'go away before you
are all killed,. Everyone igno-
red her, including her eigh-
teen- year-old son who peri
shed with the village.
SEA SALT AND
STUPEFACTION
After the slide, the Turn-
bulls say, the people of the
district who nearly all had lost
friends or relatives, were stu-
pefied :and hopeless.They wi-re
assauging their hunger with
pieces of sea-salt kept under
their tongues.
For ten days, the missiona-
ries camped in Nouvelle Ter-
rain, near the slide tending old
wounds and illnesses that had
been locally treated and
thus infected. They reported
-seeing cases of broken linmbs
crudely set with palm leaves.
HOME BY HELICOPTER
Last Sunday minorninig tlhu
Turnbulls saw Captain Butr-


chett and hls helicopter roa-
ring down once again. This
meant the end of their Berly
work, as the Captain shipped
them aboard and took off for
Port-au-Prince.
aWe never dreamed we'd be
coming out by helicopter!.
Eleanor Turnbull confided in
her Dutias, Mississippi, drawl.
xxx
Eleanor Turnbull is t h e
daughter of Grandma Hold.:-
man whose fight against Voa-
doo fetishes and insanitary me-


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dical treatn-ent has kept g
in the Haitian hills for':
past eight years, wichile her -h
band is heir to She 'ho'uga
- fighting tradition of the '
verend John Turnbiull ji
capped a missionary life i i
lestine and India by coining
Haiti to win the voodooist8
-the Lord and hygiene.

The young couple were m
tried in 1948 now have th.re
thriving sons, Ti Wally, a'
dy, and Dave.




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