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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

Subjects

Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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:
AA00015023:00314

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THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
-~...VOLU"I-W"E-V Port rnu-PrilCe JPUBIqLE D'HAITI TeL. : 2061 SMDAY NIEM/E jjS14 .1j4 0. 9

story Making Meeting Heads Only Negro RepublicE
W .oHUNGYU E I "Pdt. Tubman. O0
OS .HAZEL FON Liberia.To.,Visit
garden l'oes and- b, ',h aiti d,
When President Paul, .
ses~Ibns des8t'r~oyed by the dry Mafflofreo-meets Pregldeht 'WB,-
til -.-kLieria'
ant~-S; a innpetsn nenof
Tuesdaymorning, history Will
o.bChtich' of God Pastors panied Bazel; the town S'1,as '.bet
be mahde. It willb lez
eI 46oter and Charles practically washed P.wa0. v-'
,meein ,of...the Chiefs of State
Dr L rs I ..,I.... -,L
trepor~ted tbD Loui. ('
t Red Leaqusr The p-t~stant Iss narI" ... of the World's only.'"Negro. re-
.. t.. .w. h o a c liv e n Pt, -g
.. ..A.ilS . . ./ I : : , . ,, .'-;, :
"..,,f-- bu, "echure Fond The. '. '
-- WitC h'qh .e, I r.'
it :' "r:L,, .Xee'e. tt 6 t~h. p'.rts of"the:.: i,,', The. fif...ri.ne-yeair:n4 t~zi-..
e. .o ,' ..lea-hv b b r ce-electkd ,i'esident of, Libela.
"" a 6-le ,.countnk:!i, e beent'busy., k.ill.. : "
a a e -.. .. e5 wil ;,_it n.ila .ti'b ....mi
$.8 .. a '*mn [our sh ei ter .41th e ,0r0 ,O d .for th ree ,days ,. ,'...Will a or a e y .St a m -
4Q'0-,V4 us o~tbel Line fat a tree des? Statf vi-
theS W .10tW .hand'hi t 'ba', ,
utt IP-r-e rnLA git .befbregaing on..t&?J4maca.
t stM e -'/, Hb eovnl'ee d .yet'ery a
w .to raoni ou'. -:?monIngPtourok a-U.S. cities


'WITH REI "" a day.. Eastern countries after hls'4e-
yDrRyol...Sn that' turn 'to Monrqvia N6vembir
he deeplthroated carillon many cases of skin 'diseases
in the -belfry of the Saere are breaking out in the. village, I n Pr dn ua tl
,. In Pr~ident Tubman~rs tiveve
.iir Church, tolls out the caused by under-nourishment. Presdgnt Willham V. S. Tubman shr-wn 'against ackgrozn Fd ears as head of I the Liberian
'epy hour of 11:00 p m as He is also packing, tetanus se- p1' f iberian map, flag, and mn.tto...State, tbls is his first visit to
T-normally dignified apd con rum with 'tbe'reli 'supm:lies -hist parte f the world; in fact it
I.vation Monsieur J. Jem- of pennicilinand vitamins as allnS'"n i1 the-first official Western,
...burststintofhistWEUfAciAVUest15
,.bursts into his dignified danger of -tetanus' infection i 'x.. tbur of any president during
~1eand in a most undigni- exlsts -wherever so!]l'has been caeuem riu nna eu faypes%~drn
m- g- tIJa D ,i.tiberia's 107. years of indeper.-
l',proud voice bel]6ws, -Mme moved. 7e7-
A .. . .., . . . ~ n e


n-Jean, I have need *,*f
. !, -His charming wife, not
ittle frightened by this unex-
Bte change in her huabands
Continued on Pagc. 3)


Pastors Specter anti Wise re-
ported no water problem.
New springs and water'al!s
abound in the regio6h they said.


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'Edouard Baker looks o,:cr the Dominican fighter 'pla,'
ir it crash-landed on the it inge of his Sugar plantation at
."Salle Monday.


A Domijilcan fgnte. pilot .spa tme pilot streaked .Ia LOW
miraculously escaped injury. for a forced landing on the
When his 'North Am.2rj..n 'riud-tlats at the edge of Dr.
fexan (AT6) crasheol in a i-e." 'Eebrosse's sugar-cane planta-
field a few feet friomn the sea .tion at La Salle. Both wings
at Leogane Monday afternoon.. were ripped by trees surround-
The shiny, new-looking cir- ing the clearing, and th2 tail,


eraft developed engine trouble
while on its way to Ciudad
Trujillo from Camaguay in a
Dominican' Airforce squadron
of ten fighters and an ampil-
bean. Losing altitude. over the

Boy Kills Brother

Michel Joseph was killed by
his younger brother following
a quarrel over cdix centlmes,
(2 c. American) at Habitation
Musseau (St Martin)olast Su!.-
day.
Michel had sent his brother
(Continued on Peg,, 76)


decorated with a beautifully
painted Dominican flag, was
smashed. T h e 'plane spun
around' when it hit the silty
earth, brought down by re-
cent rains, and came, to rest?
right side up facing a little
cluster of ,caillesa. It was
broken in half between the
cockpit and the tail and the pro
pellor blades were turned up
at the ends, but the engine
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appears undamaged apart from
the casing.
Some of the squadron's fight-
ers buzzed bthe area, while
(Continued on Pane 16)


h-Also, in Haiti's 150' years of
freedom, not one of her pre-
sidetts has half-girdle-I the glo-
.be to call on -a Liberlan Chief
of State.
- Because of its Importence'
the program of the.. visit has
been twice revised by Presi-
deif. Magloire who will meet
the visiting president at the
wharf 7 amn. Tuesday. ..

ONE KILLED TWO
INJURED IN PORTAIL
LEOGANE CAR-SMASH
One person was killed aod
two others critically injured in '
the unmad rush of a run-away
car at Portal! LeOgan]. Friday
2 a.m.
The vehicle's owner Roger
Innocent, was returning from
Bizoton, and the car apparen-
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(.Page 2 4AIaT: SUm SUNDAY, NOVEMBER' 1.i.,
-. mnimw un a rr~ fs sD PVery few, classical wOrZi at 4,1
FIRST HAITIAN EXHIBITION GERA ART OPENED included the styles how
SThe first exhibition of Ger- wife of Haiti's consul in H1'11 will take the paintings to the
-man art ever to he hell in Ha.- | B |HU burg, credit for the idea, rnd Wbelas aries. gallery in Ciu- moben with a tendency i.t
-mnwree oh-edi l, modern with a tendency .q
tViwas opened yeste-day by said the present exhibl oou dad TrujuiJlo .after the close wards strong definite colou, "
Mrs. Fritz Wussow, wife of was inspired by the Haitan of the exhibition here. They are well worth seeing!
the German Change d'Affai- |ewpos]itions, in Germany this Variety is the key-note of and have won high pna
res. in' the Palais des Beaux Su summer managed by Lute the collection which is made from opening day visitors '-*
Ars.* Turnier. up of paintings from artists of "
Mime. Magloire First Lady of Other Haitian a.'Ls have all parts of Western Germany. *On the. Exposition- Sec';.%
the RepublIc, #As patroness of been very helpful, Mrs. Kunn inserted. Travel Guide. S.
the exhibition which will con- mund said, and Centre d'Art w : _
tinune though the week. painters hepled her hang the. PARKE DAVI9 't
* Organizer of -the 68 pmce art anvases for the exhibition. EXEGUTIVE IN 'PORT >
" show, Me. rs Ingrid Kunneun wound, Sr-She also expressed gratitude.' Parke Davis Co's. San t'"
toldthle .,Sun, that ,he paint- for assistance from Mrs Ann32 branch manager Pedro Guer.,i
ings wer chosen torom exhibit- i 16uisa Wulff (a talented Ger-. .ca (who also stupervises bs iP
d works of the DDOK (Gei- _Artisft Ing1rd Kunnem.n a man orthbijo;r 0llpaIiter wbo ness -here and in D. R.) spent
gian Assoclatiou .of Women for many years has beep resi- .three days looking over fagtz",
ld p a r damage in HpL lt astw. *kq
Painters) sho.wu .pt Munich this salet tfrom 'her Qwaetuw.v. -det h ), anl 3 .. Ft 4e % .
;year. Mrs. AKwnemunda who 'Hai, Sb )geaber ,T :ild- W.BBQQ. r'w of the ,orma was locaj7 t ev '
.as pairn vi f9r ,tiyears, %has i'ng .. ttle qla.g~brs ,a4 Parke DOats. .,s :rpretq. .
sem eral of l~r, oWn..i~ort'a~tts wti a ) ..twitb tst .off the eegabited paint ve Xl.gigi.d ,iqenaw. .a..-,
'i -r r 0,pd. o Nlore s ale o gl ,a, ioq of C~r
lan escapes -a-d .grap.p u~ in as LAr., 4e L. r '1b1 .... k'-, of l !r
.tiahrtp. u ase r.". ,4_.e ,,-'._-..' marks 20 pfe*A-gngs are worth Ce. iioW
teixh;4*tlji Shd *'eoted E oun g 'GexAhp. artist -' ,'J.d, .n ....Crt
.the works of 5. hnara and TO)a ... $' Mrs. Kunnernund ,h .rr1,e -,rn r, .Q,59 '
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TROIS PAS
IS ASLEEP NOW
i.LieJteiia I > i. C-.; A..-
Srome, scour, L v'agt'., i i
iand vagant.3 ouieu lazL ,' ..
while at his Stade Magloie
1-watchnman post.
The hero of the song Trois
Pas, pas dormi toute la nuito,
lieutenant Jerome wajs n ..c:u
during Pi"esident Vincent's ad-
Iiinistration for his earnestl
..enforcement of the decree that
all persons wear shoes within
city precincts. Wrong-doers U-
ved in constant teror of the 6
ft 5 tall policeanan and during
..the building of Stadium Ma-
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Carlos '
Caribcraft
Champagna's
Geo Deslandes
Haitian Gift Shop
..jacquelline
Jeanne's
La Perle des Antill
La Belle Cr6ole
Mane. Max Chauve


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the Government thousands that
it is estimated thieves would
otherwise have taken.
Lieutenant Jerome started
his law-en.forcing career as i
private ;wenty-five years ago,
tnd worked his way up
through the ranks. He was re-
tired some time ago to the post
of guarding the Stadium
groutids. '
UNION SCHOOL-SPLITS
(Continued from page 1)
c'emeanor slips out o0 bed,
throws a lounge robe around
her, and hastens to determine
the degree bf illness whicn has
afflicted her gentlemen. Hay-


with a sound if dignified kiss,
Mr. J. placed his thumbs prium
ly in his armpits, swelled h'1.3
chest and announced to the
now-suspicious Mine. J. (she
had noticed the pleasant od',Jr
of a good rumn during th. ki..)
a Madame Jean Jean, dress
yourself and our children; we
go a-riding this night 1, Mrs.
J-J stftled a sob. She knew thi:
that her poor husbands Tani-
ty had taken leave of him,
temporarily, she hoped He
sensed' this fear and taking
her arm firmly, he escorted
her to the front doQr and point
ed dramatically toward the


in-,r'det'd'.bis dlsturlid diO' .jstrlet. She wa
%The Union Scho
laughed, I gained
"ul Hlllman Min
for only one dol
J. J. regained e
to whisper, cnco
J. J. assumed on
serious, dignified
wit,- Nothing
at the Union Sch

This and sMami]
*ries .may well be
on the gay nigh
December 4, 1954
Union School wil


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s speechess;,
ol Bazaar,, he
ed this beauti-
nx automobile
lar !- Mme J.
enough breath
oroyable!, Mr
nce again hiq
d mien and
is incroyabe
hool Bazaar!.


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Arrivals and departures during
the month November and gDecembner
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Fastest Freight ahd Passengers seMrvc -'etWeen lqew-York
lar happy Port-au-Prince and. Cristobal, and vicervrpa, accepting. car-
ar happy go both ways including cargo to, and from Europe via New
e taking place York and via Cristobal; also from the West Coast of Cen-
tral/South America, and the Par East yia Cristobal C.Z.
t of Saturday Sailings from New York'every Thursday; 'arrivais- at, Port
au-Prince every Monday, except when a holida,''falls -'on
4, when tlhe Thursday in New York, sailing then will.-be,-on Friday, arr-
1 stage its an- val Port-au-Prince Tuesday. .e .1. ri
Sailings from Port-au-Prince to New York every Monciay.




'Sa^tisfaction


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Gift shop Association


Haitian handicraft Maison Oriental French Perfume
Mahogany -Sisal Ulnga Doll Dresses Sou
Perfumes Mahogany Ouvroir Nalionale : Embroidery I
: Mahogany Factory Maxim's Handicraft -
Mahogany Handicraft Meinberg Bros. Mahogany Si
Embroidered dresse souvenirs Samba sisal & Mahoga
Dresses Souvenirs Rhum BarbancoUt Embroidered dnr
es Perfumes Sisal, etc... Si La Shop : Haiti's- finest r
Tourist shopping center Si-Jou-La Dresses Hal
: Mahogany- souvenirs The Souvenir Shop Perfumes vi

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


s Oriental neveltlei
ivenirs
Handicraft
tortoise shell
sal
ny goods
esses
tmm
itian handicraft
jewelry


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nI4a Bazaar and Fete, in the
spacious, splendid halls of the
Cercle Port-au-Princien on the
Champ-de-Mars. in addition
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to the brand, new Hillman.
Minx from the Jack ScoLt Er-
aerprises, one may purchase
that night at the unbelievable
low price of $1.00 (with luck) a
fancy and famous Omega watch
donatedd by La Belle Creole, a
beautiful Lamp Table with the
popular new Formica top ido-
nated by Jean Laham, a spee-
dy looking new bicycle from
Alain Laraque, a sumptuous
Tea Wagon from the fine stok:
of ethnologist Kurt Fisher, a
very modernistic Electric Floor
Fan from Cie. Haitlen Moteur,
a lovely Vase from Paul Gau-
tier, etc. etc. etc...
In addition to the many .new
and magnificent gifts which


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are -being offered this year, the
Union- School itself has ofl,-r-
ed the greatest gift of them,
all for this year the Bazaar
will turn over one-half of the
net proceeds to the Red
Cross. The charming and most
capable Mrs. Horace Ashton
who is directing the affair with
the help of personable Co-
Chairman Bill Vrooman, promi.
ses a memorable and proftta.'
ble evening for everyone aqd
a happier Christmas for the"
sinestres.

WANTED
Experienced
SECRETARY TYPIST
English and French shoit-
hand.
Interesting full-time job for
capable, reliable, and active
person.
Apply at ZLa Belle Creole.


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TOSOANNIrI Liberia
MURDERED BY Lia
SERVICE D'HYGIENE (See Lead Story)


At approximately six o'clock
Friday morning ak his Petion-
vilie residence, ToscanninI pass
ed away. An immediate invest
gation proved that ToScLnfini
was foully murdered by ruth-
less, .cocoyes, of the Service
d'Hygibne who indiscriifLla-
tel] strew the highways and
by-ways of the capital with
their smdlly poisonou', sausa-
ge.


Liberia, situated at the
southwest edge of the Airi-
can bulge, has been a free and
independent republic si.c '
1847 with a Government and
constitution patterned on tho7
se of the U.S. but the right ot
property ownership is lirm'tedJ
to *persons of African de--
cen.t4
After a period of great fi-
nancial hardship mountainous


The talented, pleasantbar- Liberia ( p 1 a te au o !
kin.g, good.-looking' pedigreed 4.000-6.000 ft. rise from.n the
Toscannini who was on the marshy shore to the inland)
verge of becoming a father for obtained U$. aid in 1909 a.1d
the first time, fell foul of a Firestpne was granted .a 99-
sausage on his darly-morning 'year lease op 1.O0Q0.000 .acres
promenade and after a short which has resulted in the 80.
- but agonizing ilness, succom- 00Oacre rubber plantat 1 o n
bed. 'Our condolepnes to the developed after 1926. 'the plan-
,,fan p.Q. DiefeAich4ton h-as ade beria one of
'' ; .* '. -'v. *" ,''t. ? '. ', -' '.* :.'. ;. :* .. .. -* ** et ',*
and Chay.' the warld's leapoing rubber
NoteI .VqstI, ;.".." f : sources. .
direct a campaIgn against rats? Some 28 dialects are spoken
Could It b they. have taken but English is thet official ]an-
sides against tbh dogs ? guage. A large 'colony (about


CUSTOMS OFFICER
EMIGRATES
M r Helder
Phillips, o r
the past four
yehrs an offi-
cer in t h e
Por au Prin-
ce 'Customs,
flaw Ihur. -
day to join his wie Hortense
in New York where "hcy will
make their home.
Helder, before jonJng the
,Douane. staff, was fer 2 years
,a popular 'Hotel Rivlera' ent, i -
taier with a much-applaudedl
singing act. His wife preceded
him to' New York in Septemb-
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60.000) has grown, from a small
group f'freed slaves -Ameri-
cano 'Iberlians), established
near the present site of Mon-
rorvia by the Americaf Colo-
nization Society In 1822.
Agriculture, except on plan-
tations, Is still primitive car-
fled on in clearings under the
bush rotation system requc!-
ring constant burning of the
encroaching jungle. Coffee ?.
grown by the Westernized cle-
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cHAITI SUN. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7|

principal sources of cash 10c-,
priipa rces of cash WE DELIVER PHARMACUTICAJ
me for the natives are palm T ''
kernels, palm oil and piassava PRODUCTS TO YOUR DOOR
fiber. Since the Second Worid "
War, the country's ecnornil A YTIME, .
development has been rapid, '
sparked by the U.S. building t"
ep-arked b r th S bnr A complete range of American drugs and medicimg
a deepwater port at MnrvaOrder by phone at any time of day or night
the capital. Exploitation of ^ ^g ^ ^ ^^
the capital. Exploitation No. : 3171- from 7:30 a. m. to 6:0 p. m..
iron deposits in the Bomi ^ ^^g ^^ ^ ^ _
iron deposits in the Bomi No. : 2805 --at any other time-
Hills (linked with Monrovia
4. .. .1'
,ty, ^.,. ,PHARMACIE CENTRAL I
in 1950 by the republic's fit st PCN
railroad) produced over 1.000. :
000 tons in 1952. ON THE GRANDRUE, opposite the Fire Statjo


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3UNDAY. NOVEMBER 14
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BACARDI-VICTORY Match kicks off54 Season
S. for League cA Football
Two of the leading teams, win over Violette and placing
i.Bacardi and Victory, clash Fri third in the Pradel Cup corn-
fday at Stade Magloire in the petition. In their 2 encounters
first League A game of the Victory proved superior to Ba-
' 1954-55 football season. card (4th in the league) though
: Both showed better form as usual the Bacardi boys put
than fans expected last season up a staunch fight.
-Victory actually scoring a 2- Victory's chief characterir-

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*HAITI SUN.
tics in the last compecitHiol
,werq co-ordination and speed
fvhile Bacardi played unschool
ed but determined football.
A team to reckon with in this
completion is Violette (making
its debut on the 26th against
Excelsior) w h 1 -c h showed
great late season- form, clean-
ing the boardlin the Couronne
competition after the Prarlel
Cup was decided. Violette claim
ed also the Plinton trophy
for the most goals scored, and
placed second in the Pradel.
Though lacking coach Louis
Baron who left Haiti this sum-
mer, the Violette players may
be expected to give a crcdjita-
ble performance, especially
now that t h e i r chief rival,
tough, hustling Aigle Nuie,
(Pradel Cup C hamip.) has
fallen off from its mid-season
cup-cla'iming form.
But it must not be forgotten
that Bacardi surprised. the
Violette team. at its zenith,
holding them to a 2-2 draw
and Victory gave them a much
needed lesson, a short time "f-
terwvards.
Excelsior does not appear to
be much of a threat as, in spite
of an early lead, the team
crfan-bled hopelessly when fa2-
ed with real opposition, bovw-
ing to Violette 4-1 at their first
encounter.,
The old Lion showed up ex-
tremely poorly last season ex-
hibiting rotten sportsmanship
and making little attempt a
football, but in a friendly
-game with second division Pe-
tion-Ville recently the lads look
ed like footballer.
On the standards ,et by last
season's showing, therefore
the main teams to w a t c h
should be Violette, Victory and
SBacardi.
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In the second division, Etui-
le and Arsenal lead off uin
Tuesday followed by a Leogi-
ne Stade tussle the following
night. With the.probable except
tion of Petion-ville, Eto01
should be the leading contendl-
er in the second bracket if
that team loses'its jinx (lack of
discIpline).
National League 'competitions
start February 13 when Cap-
Haitien and Bacardi; Gonaives
and Victory; Petite Ri'iire de
l'Artibonite and Aigle Noir; St
Marc and Racing; Petit-Goave
and Violette; Cayes and Exc?.
sior do battle.
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(Pittsburg Courier)) readers urged :

help Haiti recover with tourist dollars

VIEWS ANP REVIEWS suffered this tragedy at a time
By George S. Schuyler when tremendous progress
Pittsburgh Courrier Nov. 13, was being made under the na-
1954. tion's first democratic regime.
Last week President Paul E. After all. Haiti is very close
Magloire, chikf executive of to all of us in many ways.
the second oldest republic in THE REPONSE to appeals
the Western Hemisphere, took for aid has been very encoura-
to the radio to give an apprai- going, but of course, does not
sal of the crisis facing that begin to meet the need.
colorful and history-rich Ca- cardinal Spelman of New
ribben coutry.Cardinal Spelhinan of New
rHbbean country. York has not only wired sym-
e 'told of the devastation, party to President Magloire
Wrought by Hurricane Hazel
but has contributed $10.000 to
In the Soubtwestern sector the Haitian relief fund. Mein-
here major. crops Including bers of the Haitlan American
cfee. sugar' and sisal have .oclaon, Inc. have also ge'
Ag~eng Is .y0In ...yh ve-alodge
- e..ldi 4 neo slyi r es pounded, -with
.fposte ekwiedo e pQnpmtness, through the Ame-
tMted the damage at $5000. cross
ne~lfi Re1d Cross.
O pQOZ ri 'ilsed ted, at fIn. the 4
00O r prz lt~ at Rr4the ., -tT th& ... Te litter Is accepting cash
* ex .t & i o r[t VJ. g qern A %ui n
et :S.....sbcon ibutonsi earmarked for
mien~t will have 't eed.o ": "i
.ent will have -. ., u. hurricane relief through '
600.000 people,.ox 44n;hgb 69 -Red Crcs headquarters, I
0,te.opuation. *t,.
oftwhe popu.latioU.. :-.:.-'315 Le-lngton Avenue, New
.rfote .Americans who have. York. N.Y., while gifts of dclo-
vsited Haiti or are cbncerngd' thing for the homeless popula-
with its history and .progress tion are being solicited by the
are filled with sympathy, for, Haitian ted Cross, Consulate
the little Republic which has of 'Haiti, 32 Broadway, New.


-HAITI SUNT
York City.
There must be hundreds of
thousands of Courrier leaders
who can well afford to send
financial help and who have
used clothing and shoes which
these homeless and impoveri-
shed people need.
This column will be glad to
transmit any monies readers
contribute directly to the Hai-
ian Red Cross. I think we owe
this to these valiant folk.
*
THE HAITIANS are a p.-.,uid
people and ordinarily do not
relish soliciting charity. The
Republic is self-supporting and
has the second best credit ra-
ting in Latin America, but in ^
this grave emergency they do
need help, and American Ne-
groes can well afford to give ?
it, and should. .~

Of course they prefer that .
those who'love and admire the
Haitians would render thIs aid '
in a manner mutually benefi-
cial rather than as simple ch.,-
rity, desirable as that might
be. .
Haiti is one of the world's
greatest tourist havens, and :t
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Haiti's First VWorl
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Garde Biassou is a little vil-
lage 8 kmn from St-Raphael,
Grande R.ivire du Nord. Its
1870 inhabitants, as those of
many other communities of
the same size. face quite a
few problems of liviftg.

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entire community: and near
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'k-Camp committee at St-Raphael.
v Well. NEW WELL
International Work
resided over by we!!- t1he two weeks between Sep
1'cator Emmanuel Ga teomber 15 and September 23
'ranvois veetran if became the most exciting and
)ial project-) a natio- bustling of the year around
camp was started. Biassou. Fifteen young men,
thrilled by the new feeling of
fits kind in Haiti,' the
its kind iHaiithebrotherhood and peace, dug ':n
uped 18 campers from
near the village, working bei-
Lhe country under .
the country under ide Agronomist Lazarre a!.,d
talented S.CIPA spe^-ia- --
alented SCIPA speia-other. SCIPA specialists., Matc-
"ey Laurean. Both S.
y Laurean. Both S rial was furiously collected
.Service Cooperatif In ,
Service Copratf In and the noment they had ever:.'
ilcain de produc'-on ,. *
icain de produc-on thing ready the campers were
and SC1SP (Service
and SCISP (Service putting up the solid cone c-'.
if Inter-A~merican dri
if Iner-Americand margelles- of the ;anita.-y
Publique) pitched I new reservoir.
new reservoir.
and funds rolled in
;ry corner of the Re- Skeptics and scoffers wcr,,
* with a great deal of rapidly converted to the Cause
e from the regional 'and were soon trooping roun.J
L"t"'"'"> "'*.'. t. to offer help equipped with
Snew-found hope,. curiosLty and
even banjos.

Just fifteen days later, amidst
Sa delirious crowd, Father Clan
de Etienne ( St Raphael-I
sprinkled holy water on the
r, .. j finished project, and the ma
-. gistrat acclaimed the work-
r..'. ? 5.camp idea in a warm speech.
? # The new well at Biassou wil,
A?":..-*.. 'a ,. stand as a monument to rh-
a .' -* .: i power of charity and co-ope.u-
"., tion, telling the new gener,-
-I 5 tions of the village" what p-a-
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ARIZONA The Wild West
of cowboys and Indians, nmoi..-
tains and deserts mining tiow..s
mission bells and rodeos li\'s
on today in Old Arnzona.
But it's been tamed down
considerably to make it LeMnpL-
ing for tourists. The result is
a combination that pr c-i .-
the Iflavor of the olden dy3
while providing facilities for
matchless outdoor relaxation
in what Arizonans claim as the
driest clearest, sunniest and
cleanest climate in the word.
More than a million visitors
are expected to flock this yea"
to Ariz.ona's two,. main tourist
centers. Phoenix and its surr-
ougflth Valley of the Sun .ared.
Tuqon,
T 'n' ' ..
Besies. the lure bf such nev-
er-changing natural wonders:


lynchings and massacres of A wide range of accommno-
the oid Wild West days, ranch dations awaits visitors. They
festivals, rodeos, county fairs, can pay from $80 a month for
horse parades horse and grey- room-and-meals at a family
hound racing, football games pension to $80 a day for a suit
during October and November, at a luxury resort hotel. %
and all the year around there Generally, however, th*.'o
Jre mnat-chless trout fishing, and are several hundred motels
hunting for such g a m e as where the rates will be from
mountain lion, bear and d.e:. $35 single, $7 double and up,
For the baseball aficionado, without meals. At the resort
Arizona today can claim to be hotels, where swimming pools
the spring training capital c.t and tennis courts usually r:'-
the 'baseball world. The Clave- part of the facilities, the range
land Indians, champions of i-he is usually from $15 to $40 a
American League and the New day for two people with meals.
York Giants, National League And at the popular dude ran-
champions, do their spring pra- ches, where outdoor living and
-season training at Tucson and mountain and desert trips by
Phoenix. respectively. horseback are featured, tht
,A..spirit of informality is t.he average cost is about S1CU a
keynote of an Arizona sojourn, week for two people.
'.Sports clothes are the ordeal" The No. 1 sight-seeing attrac


$33. "
One of. Arizona's most unu-
sual cities is YLuma, only seven
miles from the Mexican bo"!-
er, and a meoca for Hollywood
movie stars and others i 1
search of a five-minute marria
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blaze all night on Yuma's mar-
riage parlors but the town
also boasts such other attrac-
tions as mineral springs, over-
night desert trips, tours of an-
cient Spanish missions and v!-
sits to operating gold mine,;
and century old prisons.


as the Grand Canyon, an aw-' of the day, and many visitors tion in Arizona undoubtedly as
some chasm from four to Id adopt the colorful cowboy Grand Canyon, an awe inspir-
miles wide, a mile deep and gear o& levi's and bright check- ing gorge along whose mile
217 miles long; the Painted Do- ed shirts. Most of them find a -deep floorflows the mighty
sert. Petrified Forest and 1,000 warm jacket goes well, t, o, Colorado river.
-year-old Indian villages, the" with the cool evenings. Trips to the bottom of th_
are being drawn in increasing Latin American vacationists -anyon can be made by mule GRAND CANYON A. A TIONAL PARK, U.S.A
num ers .by constantly i Lprov can reach the Arizona resort back in one day at a cost of The Grand C on Natio Park i north-central Arizowt,



There are fiestas featiiring Houstonn New Orleans; and Mi-ia- o>f th'e chaism, and return ,the ". -
'ing tur4tac9modations and* lands though7 Pan Aerican about $11.50 Or the victor can US.A., is the oreatsteiao p of soil. The Gro and Canvun of
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A paradise for sportsmen and
those who like their scenery
\vild is Verde Valley, almost :n
the center of the state, north
of Phoenix. Among its attrac-
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HAITI SUN

THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER

COMMUNITY WEEKLY PUBLISHED SUNDAY MORNING
EDITOR-PUBLISHER BERNARD DIEDERICH
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Founded
SEPTEMBER 1950



Golden Mistress


Does Not Glitter
OLDEN MISTRESS, released-and p'olrtpt
Sly l'arined-in Haiti last month, has .,voked
G O .rtt 0l journalistic -raspberries' which
it richly deserves.
As a work of art, the film 'has no preten-
tions. It is frankly 'sensational and makes no
Attempt to appeal to anything higher. than the
L ..ost primitive emotions. The stars, John Agar
'.' ,nd Rosemarie Bowe, have produced a '.ham'
'pe'rformante only permissable in the cheapest
of screen t h r ill e r s Though the
90 per cerdt H a i t i e n cast has turned in a
few examples of really fine acting which lend
*-a touch of authenticity to the show, Agar and
S Rosemarie will never gain even a baby academy
ir'ard-for this job.-
S.Sut t.he diplomiatic4itationft which has arisen
S s in obur opinion unwarranted. .-
S As a picture ,Golden Mfistress, has no business, .
::' on any scretmn, because of its lack of interest and "
merit. Yet thrillers have "been made about- other
countries without their governments even acd-
/ nowledging their existence.
Hollywood is renowned for its misrepresenta-
tion, and the lack-luster aqolden Mistress, will
be recognized by' dise*nfg theatregoers, as
Schdeap, new-slant ,adventure,' filmn.
.The catch in thiirparticultr presentation
is that the Haitian Government and people gave
| ', their co-operation. I


4-
A demand should be made that the credit
line acknowledging the Government's co-opera-
tion be removed from the introduction.
iHowever, there is nothing to get excited
about. The film will, we are certain, wind up
R .playing in remnall flea-pits as a Lazy B movie
'"drawing cat-calls from the peanut gallery who
ti."'ill graduate from the movie house to .the local
tavern and never travel any further.
.,- Educated Americans with enough imagi-
:f'.,-ation and jindgenwnt to spend their vacations
': abroad will recognize the 'Golden Mistress, for
1 ....-what it is, and certainly will not be dissuaded
.f*rom visiting Haiti.
I ::.. Banning the film, in Haiti only gives it
"undeserved prestige. If it had been ignored, few
people would have bothered to go to see it
anyway..........
S. The greatest harm to result f r o 'm
:.'the movie will most likely be a reluctance on
i the part of the Haitian Government to back -
o. .,.or even allow future fim making here.
,:,' This would be a loss both to the movie ir.
lil'dustry and to Haiti. Labour here is very reaso-
.. enable and l6ts of local talent can Pe found among
:."the people of Haiti who are natural actors and
--: actress; our scenery is u n rvi v a I1 I d, the
republic'slics fabulous history rich in lore that
% could inApirr, really fine script. On the other
hand a good film' is the best possible kind of pu-
blicity for a country, and it will be seen b?, a
g..'reat many more foreigners than the cheap
...-Rolden Mli.tress, kind of production.


We publish without cor,-
ment the following betterr Je.
ceived from the Hait:.an I Qon
sulate in New York by the Se-
cretary of State for foreign rn-
lations.

3 November 1954

Purpose Report on thE
film 'The Golden Mistress,
Monsieur le Secretaire d'Etat
I have the honour of inform
ing your Excellency that the
RKO Palace Theater In Tinxe
Square has been showing the
film 'Golden Mistress- since
Sunday October 31


-Haiti outside of civiliuT.:.._n
.Vodou Jungles iii HaL...
-Haiti where Tribal sensa-
tions are known.
The two principal actou,-'s ale
John A g a r and Ros.:mnrie
Bowie.

I permit myself to bring to
the attention of Your Exce!len-
cy my proiouliJ 'i.I Iig....iun
at aiteinding this film It. is a
work that will do us immen-
se harm abrpad for objectively
the genera] impression .hat. it
if partsis that we live in the
same state as a savage tribe, as
is also indicated by the posters
prepared by the manageme-it
of the theater.


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sd From -LE NATIO ,Haitian Paganism,


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of the film, nor yet its touris-
tic significance if it hasone. 1
simply believe that this cine-
ma production taken as a
whole constitutes a serious
blow to the prestige of Haiti
among foreigfiers.
At a time when the govern-'
ment is increasing its efforts
in economic, cultural and -o-
cial 'improvement so as t6 ac-
celerate the progress of ouir
little country in the ways of
civilisation and to increase Jts
renown abroad, it is indeed un-
fortunate that such a film has
been made in Ha'iti with a
.cast of Haitian actors and so
that it might be shown in the
United States.

Please accept, sir, the assu-
rance of my highest esteem.


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COLLECTIONS BOOM IN
MIAMI HAITI RELIEF DRIVE
Ti e Miami Hurricane r c.ie'i appeal traiuf Miarmi .M L.i, Abe
drive for Haiti is produce ng Aranovliz.


ware-lioUse'-tiiling results an. Fl, r::n the big warehouse on
according to Hanfis Gerard Ka! Clt, r No. 3 where the Corna
mar, it should continue to bear mtttee have been gra,;.td us.-
fruit for -quite a while-. of the second floor, 4- or 58
Ju.L before he left Miami, crates are shipped daily v-ia
the Saxony Hotel Captfi..; baii PAA to Hait: (free .: cost) byl
a message had come In lo [ti? a devoted and energt-i': group)
collection committee tlJI tihe of volunterens Mr.Kafmar said
mayors of 35'South Florida ci- Ever since news o: litz-.ls
ties were waiting for the l)ck- blow to Haiti reached Miami,
up squad to collect clothing Kalmar, one-time ).v1Or ot
and food, contributions' they Haiti's- biggest restaurant and
had gathered in answer to. an a resident here for thirteen

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Specialities-
* ONION SOUP FILET MIGNON
PEPPER STEAK SP'AII S
ESCALLOPPE DE VEAU PICARDIE.
Located in cool teta de I'eau, Petion-Ville
For reservations Tel : 7416 .


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HOTEL 'SAN NICHELE
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PHONE : 7894
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Featuring Haitian Folklore.


HA.ITI SUN>


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Mr. Kalbmar. who is on his first
trip to Hai? since his departu-
re for Miami Beach five years
ago, will fly home today.


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER


CLINISUE DOCTOR I. GOLDENDBERG
PEDIATRICIAN
Hours :
Clinic at Petion-ville Ave. Pa-animer!ra,
8-11 a. m.
Consultation, Ave. Christophe
4-6 p m
Child Sepecialist


years has given his services for
relief work. Mrs. Philippe
Chamn. wife of the Haitian Co'i
sul teamed with Kal.na.- to es-
tabliuh a collections center
where volunteer works p'aci:
age wares for shipment.

Over t000 ontaine,'S ior ),L
blic money contribution; h' Ie
been made by the volunt'-er
group, Mr. Kalmhnar st it-J, anld
various clubs, civic irganiz.n.
lions and societies have been
supplied with them. Even iLu-
dents entered the drive, taking
up collections at Orange Bowl
football games.

The Comnittee. is sparked by
Mrs. Betty Montaguit. (wife of
Hasco's Walton J. Monltcagut),
who puts in a regular 10 hour
day (and more) heading the
warehouse division, Mr. Ka'a
mar reported. Others in the
warehouse section include Mrs
Robert Sansarioq, wife of our
Vice Consul to Miami, busine-s
administration, student Nicole
Greger, and Tom Homburger,
who has ,made fre-
q ue n t trips here. The pick-
up gang included in addition
to K a I m a r, Mr. Flayto;n
Wright and Mr. Miller of .Cris
tbpher Motors.*

Mr. George Richardson, chur
man of the drive, helped wvhen-
ever he could with collections
and packaging; and Carol Ara
novitz;, daughter of the Mayo'.
covered all food markets anti
distribution centers for contri
buttons.


VOLUNTEERS take time out in Miami from their st
vaous Hui ricanc relief ivw. in the Collections center.
the photo are H. G. Kalmar, Miss Carol Aronovit2 (Daul
ter of Miami's MAlayor), Mrs. Bett.y Alontagut, Consu; Ch/
Miss Nicole Oreger, Richc'disoi. and Clayton Wright. '


AUX COSAQUES
S Haiti's famous ,homard flam-
Sme, has been ern..husiastically
Acclaimed by visiting epicures,
Sand featured by *Imperiai
Linen.
But foreigners aren't the only
connoisseurs of food. Haitians
know where the meat is done
I
just right, where wines are of a
Perfect vintage and flav'our to
Srr yellow their riood and form the
Perfect foil for each delightful
Course.
SThri,1',- v sy speciall nr-cq3-l';.
are u';:.rv.ed at 'Aux L'oaqLiie;..
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Hard at Work, members of the collection Cornm. of the
Haiti drive in Miami package food and clothing afor
ping in the big city warehouse they have fixed up q
def pot. They are: L. to R. Mr H. G. Kalmar, Miss N
Greger, Consul Gen. Philippe Cham. Mrs. *Betty Mlont
Mrs. Chain, George Richardson.
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*%"%'"-'_'-'""" gely upon tourism to balance
i f 'its budget, and the increasing
.i flow of visitors to the blacK
'republic has recently compel-
? led the provision of many ne.v;
tropical hotels as colorful atnl
Sdelighful as pny in Flor'ida.
," W It would be a fine gesture of
friendship if many of our peo-
W ple who have been contempla-
v ting a vacation in Europe
B would at this time switch ta
i lovely Haiti; and help it in its
adversity in a way that would
-- be mutually beneficial. It
In'edia- f would be a wonderful place fo:'
Noa ala "many of our organizations 1.o


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CITE DE L'EXPOS ITION, PHONE 2069


((Pittsburg Courier) readers urged :

help Haiti recover with tourist dollars
(Continued from page 6) hold their annual conventions
is so close to us that, even and conferences After all, Hii-
those of us who are in modest it is living proof of the capaci-
circonstances can afford -o p.yv ty of black men to order their
it a visit for several clays o.- lives efficiently.
weeks. Having b-en a If re-
quent visitor, I ran vouch that SEEDS & HOES BASIS
there are accommodations for HAITI'S ECONOMIC
every purse and uniformly ccCOMEBACKD
agreeable. From aTirne Magazines
"The food is good, the service
is excellent and the tourist Ading up their flatten.',l
houses, flooded crops, washed-
attractions are unique.
Transportation by air on the out ralrolds and land.d.
i cl t the countries around the hur-
familiar circle tour is less than ,
ricane-breeding Caribbean last
$250 and room with meals can -
be securedor less than $ 10 week concluded that the 1954
be secured for less than $ 10
., *season was one of the most
daily whether on the seashore season was one ofthemos
., ,.. . destructive in .memory. In Hal.
or in the milehigh mountain. destructive in memor In Ha
-, .__ ti, the hardest hit, damage
Of course, swanky $ 25 a day ti, the hardest hitdamage
went beyond mere physical f
hotels offer more deluxe ic.:om-
modatlons. The country is cool calamity and nearly unhinged
.. ,, ,, the economy. About 40 % of
beautifully green and profuse the economy. About 40% of
Ithe big cash crop, coffee, wasi
with gorgeous blossoms at this
e f y demolished. In the garden eco- I
time of year, and the people
are kindly, gracious and enga- -
g719g. What is more, Hurricane ItS Autum
Hatzel did not touch those C H ATELET -
pmrts where tourisT8 usually / ..


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nomy areas of the 'interior a.
fourth of the crops was ruined
In many places the torrential
rains took not only the corn
and beans, but, the highly erb-.
dable land itself. Livestock,
which the peasants lool4 upon.
as a -savings account, of food,
were drowned in large numrn.
hers.

The human toll in Haiti aJo-
ne rose to an estimated 660 as
more bodies were found and,
in some cases, buried or bur-
ned en masse. But P15resident
Paul Magloire stoutly held 6ff
asking for gifts of US. money.
Instead, he gratefufly 'aceepted
(from the US. Foreign Opera-
tions Administration) some
help' that was symbolic of'
Haiti's will to get back on its
feet ,by its own efforts: food
to head off famine until next
January, seeds and hoes with'
which to plant a life-saving
emergency crop. ,


mn Now at -

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SHarland R. Smith, Business
S Manager of SISP., was espe-
clally cchik; on November 9
Sth 'when he walked into h'ls of-
fice. A discreet inquiry on the
part of the secretarial corps
revealed that the *fleur a la
bhouonnlere. meant that he
had just started a new .*prin-
tenmpo. and happy birthday
greetings were in order.


For the past ten days affa-
ble Chief of the Haitian Care
Mission, am Z i s k i n d, .has
been doing some heavy conm-
muting between the capital
and Leogane distributing spe-
cial *Care Food Packages. to
the hurricane victims in the
Leogane Plain. These packa-
ges contain such mouth-wa.
tetring staples as 8 lbs. rof
Powdered Milk; 10 lbs. of Na-


xxx vy Beans; 5 lbs. of Sugar; 3
'I
Bebe Khawli celebrated his lbs. of canned Pork Luncheon
fte last Sa.turday night. Meat etc.


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Port-au-Prince -Petion-Ville- Iaiti

Telephone 7887 7237
Best located Hotel in Haiti
An Ideal Spot for Honeymooners
A9 Attraction for all Tourists


* Atop a Mountain, 2,000 feet high, is the Enchanting
Dambala Hotel overlooking the Magnificient Plain and Bay
*. Air-conditioned by .Nature.
SOnly 15 minutes from Shopping Center
*I Perfect Service
* Excellant French and Haitian Cuisine
I Attractive Show every Thursday Night
SWe extend to You our Cordial Invitation to the
SDinner Dancing every Saturday Night on the Starlit Terrace
DAMBALA HOTEL


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November 1st was the fete


of Attorney Leon
celebrated by his
.du cinema.


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14 *


Alfred who
usual soiree


Mrs. Alfred Stecher, daugh
ter of the eminent British
writer, T. J. Grant, has retur-
ned to the capital to take up
residence after seven years in
Port-de-Paix where her dyna
mic spouse is an established
businessman. Mrs. Stecher and
the .quatre gosses' will wel-
come hubby on his regular vi-
sits to town when..he starts
commuting between Port-au-
Paix and Port-au-Prince,


XXX
Georges Naude arrived on
the Panama on Monday mor-
ning, after two months in Eu-
rope, and announced that Mrs.
Naude and their two children
will be home from their exten-
ded European vacation on No-
vember 28th. He was-back-at
the helm of his business at
Rue Payee right on time the
day of this arrival.


xX


Aaron Val-Moore of Newark
who has been in town for the
past three weeks hopped off
for a visit to Mexico before
returning to the States.




SCISP'S James D. Caldwell,
Chief of Party, stepped out o01
his office and aboard the heli-
copter waiting for him in front
of the building in the Exposi-
lion area, on Tuesday morning
flew off on an inspection
trip to Diquini and the vicini-
ty where, under SCISP'S di-
recotion, a new' eTonnelle. and
water supply chantier, is in
operation, His wings were
supplied by the -Bell, of the
Intbr-Amnerican Geodetic Sur-


vey, with Pilot
at the controls.


Bill Mc-Keown


Mrs. Max Bouchereau, wife
of the Haitian Consul at Ham-
burg, Germany, arrived on
Wednesday. Mrs. Bouchereau,
is the former Madelaine Syl-
vain, attorney-at-law, and a
devotee to the cause of La Li-.
gue Feminine d'Action Sociale,
who as its President proved
herself to'be one of the.coun.
try's foremost women- leaders.
For the past several years she
has Qcupied a Ptofessor'
chair in a Hamburg Universl-
ty. She Is borne for several'
week's vacation with her fami-
ly at Port-au-Prince.



Dr. Aurele Joseph, active
officer of the Medical Division
of SCISP began his well-de-
served vacation on November
4th.


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'HAITI SUN>

weeks. He had made a business
trip to the provinces and found
himself forced to remain there
until the receding of t h e
waters.
xxx


t a M'r. and Mrs Joe Woolley recently underwent a surgi.-':l
f.U w~r~~ formerr Habanex Manager in intervention in a Miami hospi-
n J sA Miami) have mpved to Port-au tal is recuperating nicely.
*-^"**- ^^^ i~""... Prince from Petion-vilje. They xxx
cozi. wa 4 are located at Bourdon, fiext Dean of the Civil Tribune,

to the Maternit4 de Madam:? Me. Lelio Dalencourt, flaw to
Mrs. Richard Mc-Guffia, w'fe The Heitkonigs hav? recuitly
Bourand. Newv York M onday afte.'Uoon
of Haiti's Director of the Pos returned from a three-month .
xxxA for a few weeks' stay..
tal Administration, !": on 3O- vacation in Holland.
Bernard St'monet will wed ,.xxx
tober 29 th, for New York, whe- xxx Bernard Simonet will wed x
Ireri lovely Franqo'lse Calist Janua- Miss Michelyne Laudun. on*
re she took passage aboard he Richard Forglan. BraserieGovernment schqar-
SS. .Ll.berty. for Paris, to at- de la Couronne Manwger, flew. 1 in rs a Haitian Governmnt shar-
X X X shpi-Pn,1utoie. the
tend the marriage of their .,on,.. to spend a -week with his fa- x x s hip in Pars,' author.is. the
jmily in Philly Saturday. Hotel Choucoune is adding ChanceIry to use as much of
Tcue o w 10 double luxury rooms !o her ebourse, as necessary u(r
The ceremony will take pla- xxx ... n
e at high noon on Tuesday, .Returning Tuesday on the bring their total up to 40 assistance to the ,sinistres.
.eat high noon on rueiday, Rtrng usa on e
T -i- _ iroomis--all atr conditioned. xx'
N'ovemtber 16 th, at-Eise-LaP.anPma from..a Nprtb A.er.- ro I. air condl..ond ,. .XXdr .:'
St~ MIK an ~ x X r saturday December 4t65
l4adelelne., and will be 'folio-' -ca ealth trip-are andsr ; x x- December 4at 6:5
'...... ..."::- va6' Zdenberg's birthday p'n":. se"- .....

wed by a banquet for fifty at Emile Gerdere .w.S.. n.-i ii bby and
,Lutetia. The bride-elect is Bayard. cake Tuesday evening had in Mr.Claude Toussaint exchanged
ue. i sufficiefit candles to counteract wedding vows in Sacre Coeur
Miss Solange Combre of Pa- Imc th b-o h
Mis athe black-out. Church at Turjeau.
rig. AttanAirin iths WAVhite Roncrk


: Among the witnesses for t:
Sgroom are: Mrs. Andree He
inann Laroche, Lieutenanit Gi

iClerie, Mr. Max Deve, and e
Ambassador to Paris, Fran'
Lavaud.
Jacques Mc-Guffie was gr
dated from the Ecole Pol
technique d'Halti with a d

gree ofi Engineer-Arr.hitei
four years ago gaining the di
1incetIon of 'Laureate'. He ?*h
left for further study at t
':tole des Beaux Arts de P
ris, where he expects to obta
his diploma in 1955.
Thb couple will return
laiti next y6ar when tT
Dyung Engineer-Architeat e
Dects to put his acquired ek
nd technique at the dispos
f his patrie.

XXX
I Mrs. Raoui Llautaud is t:yii
WUlhbalby Josianne to thlie ;J
.0 spend a year with her st
dent-engineer husband.

XXX
Mi. end Mra. Hans Helk
1ig -re over from D. R. L vi
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convention in Philadelphia 4rb
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Larco. The
Kola Roi and Madame are ex-
pected ,bomne t tlh eqdS of t4o
-. I 4.
month..
3=
De Witt Peters returned to
the Centre d'Art Friday from
Summer In New York.



Hutel Choucoutie Manager
Max Elie is in New York -
.ap chercher tourists'.
xx


xXX
.Local RCA executive Claude
Manuel Is back with a new
.wardroW ifter high-flying. in
]ew York.
XXXK

Roger Jarman is back from\
the annual Miami conference,
and It is rumoured he is mov-
ing upt the PAA ladder. .

xxx

Mr. Don Mohr is in the State;
on a 5-week business-cum-plea
sure tour. Mrs. Mohr sailed
th'js past week to Panama


Mr. and Mrs. Georges Wie- with Mrs. Bellisacio. Daughter
to ner observed their Golden Peggy is in the US awaiting
he Wedding anniversary Monday arrival of her 3 rd. *enfant'.
?x in Petion-Ville with a grail x zX X
) family dInner. Pere Wiener and Dan $chibi, PAA Chief Me-
sal Mada'me are among the s:auh- chanic, is in Texas on vacation

chest pillars of Port au Princt x x X
Society. Grandma Phipps celebrated
ng- xxx her fete Wednesday with the
:.S Abe Ash, the .mouchoir ma family.
:u- nufacturer, is returning to Hai x z z
ti bient6t with his beautiful Albert Silvera is back from
bridRe Sylvia. They pkan. to ASTA's San Francisco conven
o- spend their honeymoon at the tion with a streamlined new
.1. homes of sisters Alice Chalom addition to his growing auto-
e:. and Charlotte Harary. mobile family.
Xxx X XX
Joseph Cassagnol was wel- Hazel casualty Eugene Car-
,comed back by friends and Ca- rie is up and about, his brok?i
mily thie week from his bout leg close to mending.
with Hazel block- x xx
ed at Thiotte (in the Nan Ma- Philly lawyer and disciple 'f
pou regions) for the past few progressive Jazz, V'ivian Bai-








Tamous since 486'2
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xxX
Mr. and Mrs. L. Preetzman
Aggerholm returned to Port-
Monday by sea after dtveral
months abroad.
Xxx
Marvin E. Reese who spent
six months here wth Point
IV last year, returned to Hait 1
Ol" October 31 st fon.o ed yV
his wife on November 2nd. Mr n
Reese's new appointment wili
keep him with us for it least.
two years as Business Mana-
ger of the Haitian-American
Cooperative Service of Rural
Education (SCHAER). The bu
reaux are located at Lalue.
xxx m
Harry -Johnson and William
Griffin left for Chicago Thurs-
day morning after completing i
Instruction in carpentry and
plastering of the workmen on
the streamlined Mi 'agJane
project. A varied assortment of
wind-breakers and sweaters
were donned for the occasion.
xxX
Moise Chalom is in Brooklyn
on Textile business, Joe Har-
rary returned Tuesdi;v from
U.S. to receive the business.


xx

Ti Raymond. Duviella clip-
pers to San Juan this week.
/
Xxx
Wanda Wiener is planning a
.Rex' presentation .bientot',
which will feature a 50-candle
fir6 dance and include the De-
jean chanteurs- and the Na-
tional Folklorists.


ne la fin d'anniee. -
XX X
Maggie Wiener's birthday
Sunday was celebrated by a
10 am. get-together at Dad's
Ruelle Nazon home.. Pierr6t
Celestin's Dad \%as on hand. it.
was time for an- important an-
nouncement.


I xxx
OIPA'S Edwin P.- Astle (a
Hazel .raroon celebrity, ha-
ving spent almost a week
blocked in his office with four
staff, members last month,
whl.: fih.tr.gp.nqltted the first
radio messages from Marfranc
on hurricane damages) is in
excellent form. Director Astle
who has been operating-out
from his Desprez residence for
the past month during emer-
gency repairs to theagrounds
and building,of Damien which
served as a refuge for shelter-
less peasants of the region will
herd his large staff back to
the fold on Saturday morning.
Jean Saieh. demonstrating to
his 'farm boys how to clean an
irrigation ditch after a hurrica
ne on his banana plantation,
put his hands into a wasp nest
-and is now nursing a dably
stung right hand.
.XXX
Point IV 'delegate George
Whitaker Ware arrived here
for a short-term special mis-
sion this week-end.


Pete Pearson and Madame
(the former Michelin Defay)
are -feting the arrival of their
2nd Cynthia Hien. a seven
and a half pound beauty
xxx
Karl Heinrich Wuiff af r
w-fe Rene (nee Miot) are still
struggling over the naming of
their first-born a Ftubborn
little lass with a flair fo- the
mambo.
xxx

The stork's trip to the Bois
Verna residence 'of Mr. and
Mrs. Felix Monbleur on No-
vember 4th resulted in 8-1/2
lbs. of robust boyhood, in the
person of young Patrick. God-
father Gerard Brea (Point IV),
knows how to pick a1eflleu'm.


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ley, sails North to New York Ernest Lamy (No I Mae-
tomorrow. Work carries ML. tro) has returned from a month
Bailey regretfully into the fri- playing in Martinique and Tfri-
gid zone. nidad With *quelques nouveaux
x x x morceaux p6ur fair piroutter
Mrs. Clarence B. Moody w.io la jeunesse A Cabane Choncou-


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SUNDAY, NOV


.... DECEMBER 6 1954
SIXTH ANNIVERSARY OF








SDays and years may come and go
But LA BELLE CREOLE remains.., and never forgets you.

Your BELLE CREOLE takes this opportunity to thank you on its sixth anniversary for confidence that you
have always shown, and grants you ENORMOUS DISCOUNTS in the-END OF YEAR LIQUIDATION !


TO give you time to make your purchases, the sale begins MN 0 N D AY
NOVEBER 15 and lasts till DECEMBER IL



Draslic Price Reduction on


HUNDREDS


OF ITEMS!!


SCarmeleite & Debs

SII1CIES
Regular Price $ 14
Sale Price 8


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Springweave
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PRICES SLASHED


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*SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11 a rIAITI SUN.

1BROWN& RAOT, nerale and the barrage of tho
CONTRIBUTION Riviere Blanche. 500 TO HAZEL VICTIM,
SHerman Brown, President of n uSUN LIFE, GIVES
.Brown & Room., in a cable SPORTS ALBUM
from Houston last week, au- TO APPEAR SOON $500 has been contributed
thorised local company offi- The director of -Haiti Mlatch" by the head-office of ,Sun Li-
ls to doble the firs $ Mr. Louis Chavel is prep-rinug fe Assurance Co. 'of Canada.
Cipls to double the firm's $ 1.
000 contribution to relief a sports album, lavishly .iliu.- towards relief work in hurri-
000D contribution to relie~int
Hurricane victims. The chec- traded and'" containing noqriy cane.hit areas the firm's local
300Hatlrxpesoaltis f rep~esentative M.RnyCc
que was presented to the Red 300 Haian personalities of representativee Mr. Roney,Cli-
Cross Wednesday by Mr. Ho- boxing, volley ball, basket bal' net announced' this Week.
.rke Ashton. More than $ 850 and our national sport or foot-
already collected among loc. ball. 'ir. Chenet wrote to the head
employees will be turned ove- office, i'n Toronto, the day attur
to the Mine. Magloire Founda- DUMESLE the disaster. but the same hur'-
;Uon, Mr. Ashton dnnotinced. CUBA BOUND, 'ricane that swept Haiti also
S-The Texas construction Compa Under Secretary of Ntate for caused great properLty, damage
Sny started lasthThursday re-bull Agriculture, Andre Dumesl. and loss of jlife i that city. #1-
ding all damns and irrigation 7ev tq Havana Wednesday af so, such apoeais xut jpss
4:.c thes washed away in the ternoon delegated by the Hai- through a hirecqtom' meeting
'tlbonite. Using heavy, machi- .,,an Government to co'ordina- for agprovil.
Vu, ne the Ha'tian
qlery company ,englreirs be- *te'the programme of Cuba's .
...-" 'b!
S^bin operations at Bassin Ge- a;,l ,P Haitian rehabllll :tion. Other firms repre.eted Jy
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6 and 8:30 p m
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P'au Magio^r, honorary prc.- Monday Nov. ,
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The committee, led by exeCu- 6 -and 8:15- p m
Live president Charles Fequie- AAMBRE .I
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FAO DISASTER RELIEF the United States is a'ady
SET FOR HAITI FARMS rushing to the stricken couni-
WVASHJNGTON, November try.
4 FOA announced tod-iy it The addltionnal relief for
had approved a $350.000 -isas- Haiti will include 1.249600
iter relief program for Haiti in pounds of crop seeds plu.; in-
reply to Haiti's request for ur- secticides, fungicidkles, light
gent assistance to cope with agricultural tools like hoes
damage done by Hurricanm Ha- machetes and scythes andw a
zel.-- limited quantity of fertilizer.


The money will he used for
seeds and light agicultial.too:s
to permit replanting of c'e;tr.--
yed crops and enable Haiti to
stave off threatening hunger
in the coming year.
FOA said this program ;s in
addition to 10.000 tons of foi.d


Although the new relief pro-
gram is an FOA grant to the
Government of Haiti, indv'i-
dual Haitian farmers, except
in extreme hardship ca.es.
will be asked to repay the
seeds, eOther in cash or kind,
from succeeding harvests. Re-l


Alone among the 'cane-fields, 'the Dominican AT6
DOMINICAN PLANE trekked through his hur
CRASHN-LANDS battered cane-fields aft
(Continued from page P) oocident, but found the
others flew 20 miles in to gone.
Bowen Field to summon t ThThe wreck provided
* amphibean which had already .paysans, with a lot of
Landed. Minutes later the am- tainment and there wi,
phibean came down in the bay speculation about its
off La Satle and a rubber ralt T'he general consensus
was rowed in for the pilot of .pann6 gaz-, after an
the wrecked aircraft. T h e nation showed only-
squadron continued to Ciudad. drops of gaq in, the leI
Trujillo the'following mc:r- tank. But, as petrol is
Ing. jettisoned when a plane
Edouard Baker, wko owns thle ed down, the theory ti
property adjoining the field in plane ran out of- gas is
which the, fighter crashed, bly wrong.


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-.HAITI SUN / SUNDAY. NOVEMBER

paid- seeds. wil be used as a spent Xen cents, and gave Mi- NEW


ONE KILLED TWO
INJURED IN PORTAIL
LEOGANE CAR-SMASH
(Continued from page I)
tly got outf of control opposite
the -Foundation Mine Magi)i-
re- Canteen.
Lurching. off Lhe road the
automobile struck a pedebtrlan
Emile Marcellin, killing. him on
the spot. then sheering back,
crashed -into a parked tae q.
baker ( 9.406 ) wvich it pro
pelled through the wall of
Fernand Loiseau's home. '
Roger Innocent and his com-
panion in the car Ar'lana ,Ra-
phael, were taken from the .
wreckage seriously Inju'id and
Interh'ed In the General Hospi-
tal. Both ears were totally
wrecked.
BOY KILLS BROTHER
(Continued fiom page 1)
to collect a two-gourde deh.A
The young brother, on his
way home from 'collecting,


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for strengthening Haiti's agt i-
culture, as mutually agrecd
by the\two Governments. Anu-
ther benefit of the seed d'lstr:-
bution will be improved si.'
strains available to Haitian
farmers.
Initial distribution of the
seeds and farm implements to
needy farmers will be m.1do2
by the joint Haitian -U.S. agri-
culture office (SCIPA), FOA
said.


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