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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:
AA00015023:00316

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THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Port-au-Prince I KEPUBLIQUE h HAITI Tel.: 2061


NEWSPAPER
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2B=954


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STHoe-n-The- Wall BurKlars
',C"i p ," e 2" b ,w '. m V
=".. Jt : ji..M". Strike Again NourraVicfim
,,e I Cash and valuables worth the wall.
fl A ,* tA'. bout 10000, stolen from the Tha safe was turned on its
l AAmador Mourra store oni right side, and a large hole
S* ran-d'Rue Tuesday night. still (about 1 foot square) punched
have not been found, in spite in the upper side.
f determined eor'bi y hives- The contents of the safe
:.tigators of the Recherches Crk were tnissing when tl owh-
minelles. ers opened the store 'Wnedes-
,"/ day morning. Two packages,
The tbievLds entered the build-, one containing $400 and the
ing by knockIng a large hole o t h e r $ 4000 were stol-
b 2 in the wail of the store, and en. police report together with
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RThe ev. Key of North, Carolina at Damien.handing over brNkl into the yard high an unknown number of gold
eok tho s ainiste.caldre hDimesle and UN Raoul Aglton-
r. '.t .who teded Rith the Rev Key to super- Moslem steel safe using a and sier coins worth $5, $10
..iha oi Yrip' holds' the2000 lb.'Brownswriss bull by'
7 a ase b hammer and chisel. This is the and $20,eachg 20"men's watches

OeDi fourth reported crime in re -" MtQw. ') worth' $120 $150
A N M a4T cent mon hq in,, b.ich entry each .an"8 Id dt es.t.hces
Va'as made by breaking through (.Cyna.) of equal value.
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erbty- one animals valued xe7ocR (0 ere gryen. w in Y';. ant, M- nn . o- R
o0.00o the Un S. tre .y Heier Foundation ot Ani o, PLIUBLIC JT Boos7 F OR 11", 417 i
red officially at Damin an the Christian Rural Ove.'. (See illustratin on page 2) /3









.dc evl yn of L n (See tHaienwoknupn Cp*Itllas threatio onpae fir)
inday by UnderSecretary of ses Ptogirainine (CROP). The
te for Agriculture, Andrd Du shipment was composed of. a DbugTis F Storer, pr resident which he had printed by the
fle, Diector General Prev:6 l 2000 .lb. Brdw-sweiss bull tva of Ripley's Believe It or Not American Bank Note' Compa.
IU. N. Permanent Represen lued a $1'2l.000), 4 Brahmin Inc. ca6ie to town this e ny. The greeting cards will be
ye Raoul Aglion. buljs, 2 Jersey bulls, 2 jacks, 4 with hts.charniing wife and an posted from 'Cap-Haitien with
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be animals brought over to Duroc Jersey boars, and 4 Ni- idea about to materialize an, a first day cover of the stamp
rowe the strain of local I- bian. goat's. give Haiti a tremendous pub'f- ti o
: "(Contin~ued on Page 2)
Rex'. Carl R. Key,. North Cr- city boost.
Anlovdo Joseph's. rolira Stat? Director of CROP After years of research, Mr.
Impressions 01 U.S.
sow at eire and J. Lewis Patterson North Stfrer has discovered that V, '
show at Centre d'A\rt ,, :, -,," ,
sitor's to'the Centre d'AL't' Caroliiafarmer who operates Chistopher Columbus wrecked t,..
a exh ibiio -s- a 75.0 0-acre ranch, were in the Santa Maria in 1492 off ,,.* C "'
s of the United Statess, by change of the shipment. The li- Aole St-Nicolas and with the .
,flio Joseph ,- vill note vestock experts" report, the an- wreckage built the fort -La,
remarkable technical and mals 'ep-joyed the/,5 hour flight Nativit& near Petit Anse au
csti evolutiott of one of tQ Haiti, even working up an Cap :Ait was there that the first
P's outstanding modern appetite and eating out of their Christmas in the New World
iters hand. One of the jackasses, was celebrated.

tter working closely, with however, was a little nervous Tying in the story with the,
Aminerican artist Paul Kee- n annual practice of his firm 1.o
lnued on Page 16) rushed thumb as a. souvenir send -Believe It or Not. Christ
SIDNT' MACLOIRE -- caught in the plane door mas cards in many languages
AIVES RED CROSS when the jack lashed out and to all magazine and news P1- Above, PAA Manager R
A Ikmnamqum.Rnlatw kicked it shut. ,nr dtntor o thrnn'ht .the ....~- . .. -g Rg J


,ailuiaruni -AIiUN
rident Magloire, after a Arriving Saturday afternoon
al audience with Dr. Louis from Philadelphia Pa., the ani
.Monday morning, ordered mals were received at Bowen
.various government' servi- Field' by Raoul Aglion, U. N.
"to place at the' disposal of 'permanent Fepresentative and
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e Cross vehicles needed Livestock expert Caeard Bo'-
Illef work. cherin of UNO.


JtU-U ,* t!U VE- L U El UUrJlUUIL L I U
world that take the syndicated
column, Storer has brought out
a card depicting the fort La
.Nativit6 and. explainifig Its bi-
gnificance. He also has design-
ed a :ten cent stamp showing
the fort on a green background


GERABD DE CATALOGUE
OUTlSED!PO! K. N .
TOURISM POST "'
G6rard de Catalogne has been
relieved of the directorship of
the Haitian Tourist Bureau's .
New York Office, it was announ!
ced this week.
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In making the announcement
.Le Nationals said Mr. de Cata- ,
Jogne was reported by the em-
ployees of the office to be using ;:
the forthcoming visit of Predo-
Sdent Magloire to the U.S. for :
his. personal gai.ns.
'Director of the National To.ur
Srism Office, Mr. Pierre Chauvet,
carried opt an inquiry when he
Passed through New York r- ..::
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Anf. unidentified man was
crushed by a Hascp Ilocpmotlve
when he tried-to jump off aft- :
er stealing aboard Sunday mor
ning.
*. The train was on its way to -
Leogane" from Port au Prince.
and when' it passed through Bi
zoton the' man jumped. He
d 'lied on thle spot.


arman, wife Barbara and sons


Auice, tnusty ana Cnris pnotoggraphed at the 'Riviera yester-
day i- their last day in Haiti. The, Jarmans have become
home-towncrs in Haiti during their ten years here. Mrs. Jar-
man sums up the family's parting sentiments : eWe would
not be going if we weren't certain we'll be backs. Mr. Jarman
who became a real Haitian, even learning the language, inter-
ested himself i, community problems and nursed the success-
ful Club International de Commerce to maturity. He wns
paid fitting tribute last 1Wednesday when Captain Ericsen of
the cnmpetinn Panama Line made a brilliant impromptu'
svrch 'warmly commending him, and presented a handsome
oold *Omeoa. watch on behalf of Club members. The Jur:-
mars fly today to their new home in Panama.


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('Special issize for Haiti ftr-
ricane Relief') on each.
The lHaitian Government il-
ready has accepted the special
stamp issue'which will give
Haiti much!needed publicity in
the present austerity period.
The twenty-year-long manag-
er'ot Ripley's Believe it of not,
who bought out the estate aft-
er Ripley's death In 1949, told


Your Reporter at the .El Ran
chop this week' that, believe it
or not, the column is bigger to-
day than ever.
Mr. Storer journeyed Nortn
Friday morning to see the site
of the fort at Petit Anse for
himself. and also to gel an
eye-ful of another worth 'Be-
leive it or not. subject the Ci-
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GERMAN ART EHimTION

REWARDING EXPERIENCE
The eroup exhibition bf pain- who managed the art-show, left


tings by the association of con-
temporary women painters of
Western Germany shown re-
cently at the Musee des Beaux
Arts was ,a genuine revelation.
One noted with pleasure a ve-
,' high degree of technical
skill, sincerity and, above 1l.
lack of pretentibusriess. One
might say that this school uf
painting represents a reaction
S against the violent expressio-
nism which characterized. Ger-
Sman painting earlier in this
,. century.

Occasional Influences by H.-
fer and other masters of the
modern German school are to
be found, but Influences *vell-
fused and Integrated.
Altogether a rewarding ex-
P erience, this fine exhibition
of work by the wDomen artists
of a country which has had
great and tragic experiences
in its recent history.
Mme Ingrid Kunnemund


.Yesterday for Cludad Trujillo
where the paintings will be
exhibited at the Bellas artes
Institute..: While here Mine
Kunnexnund painted a portrait
of Mine. Walter Dubber who
,with her husband helped hang
the exhibition. Mme Paul Ma-
gloire was among those who
bought paintings during the
exhibition.


PRESIDENT ENSURES
VOTE FOrR JANUARY
YEsterday morning President
Maglire, accompanied by th9
.Under Secretary of State fo
'the Interior and armyv officers,'
drove down to the Registration
Bureau on the Exposition to
ensure his vote In the January
9 elections. The President was
cheered wildly by a crowd that
gathered as he was being we!
corned by Prefect Marc Na
houm of Port-au-Prince.


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SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 28 ,HAITI SUN.
l Oloftson10% discount
HotelCJEi Furtlhermore he
A rti t' an air conditione
Artist's Dream. for the convenience
tographer travel
ParisAborn ed u ca t o r and large since the surroundings the Caribean.
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world famed photographer,, Ro have been cleared, and the -trees To complete ta
Sger Coster with his pretty, vi- imported from Martinique when of their- atmps
,. .vaclrious wife Laura has saved Haiti's first hoteLman Sam in, the Costers
t a monument to Haitian archi- blasted away the hill to build for a Haitian ver
,.'itecture that has been on the cGrand Hotel Oloffson. at the Kilts, and say a
'decline since the Hotel Age turn of the century, have -been talentt may stop
struck Haitit. pruned Birds who wish to nest son for an audit
jTheir materials in them will- receive frA shed
.: e r e a n artistic flair, 600 and protection proclaims Mr. .-
l: gallonss of paint, and enough Coster.
.ibense to realize that a large The cool Interior of the Wooc .
-proportton of world travellers den period building has a per- AI N= AME!
..ikWave just such a setting as -nanent exhibition of the Cen-
;that provided by their newly Are d'Art's best artists inclu..: LIr. Cleniei, ju
purchased Tropical inn. ding Gourgue,-St. BriceS BAgaud terol, Finance of
SThe oldest Hotel in Haiti, the and sculptured bricks by siderit of the Halti
Ol(offson was described by a asmin Joseph. ... to the Interameri
contemporaryy writer as .sha- Twenty rooms, several-apart, ce now on at Rio

kdes of Somerset Maugham. -"ments. and' private buigalows This first discourse
itand in-.Mrs. Coster'% wotds: F.fe .- all with baths overlook ai ing of the debate:
completely y renovated the ho- a'thtaking vIew.oftle;city .presented a power
tel but we have been care and harbouri. i, -.t in favour of an In
d ' m t' l m m Bank'and the creal
Snot to move out the ghosts and .. .-' Bnkandth c
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Satmopshere. But during their Photogaihe.' Coster'Wlip teramerican Coff
Stwo months' solid toil they knows the, publicity, busizess.wfi as a Techn
Shave moved out'many an eye- from a lifetime shooting for He also supported's
Ia 0re. 'the" wolds topranking. mag&-1 coffeee prices.
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Aux cent mille Art
Carlos
Caribcraft
Champagna's
Geo Deslandes
Haitian Gift Shop
Jacquelline
Jeanne's
La Perle des Antill
La Belle Criole
Le Perchoir


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at his hotel MEXICAN OLYMPICS
is building OFFICIALS HERE B


Page 3
CLINIQUE DOCTOR I. GOLDENBERG
PEDIATRICIAN
Hours :


'Two members 01o the Nationtl
:e of any pho- 8-11 a. .
Mexican Olympic Committee Consultatien, Ave. Christuphe'
ing through
Col. Francisco Valero and (:JpL Clinic Dr. SYLVAIN
S* except Tuesday and Saturday
aliejandro Quiros Yalves ari
te attractions ,j
ere s vea in Port this week for taiL.. 4-6 p
isphere-steeped th the Government u- H. Clinic at Petion-ville Ave. Pan-anprican
are looking i Child Sepecialist
Sion of Herta tian participation in the fort.
sion of Herta
ny girl with coming Mexican 0 1 ym p i 2 .
by the Oloff- games. FOR SAE
on. Accompanied by Director of CHEVRmT STATION WAGON
ion. FOR SA.E
Sports Fdlix Baker, the visiting uSt new Oc 1951
Olympic committeemen wer' Good condition and
appearance
received by Foreign Minister Power glide.
Private use
Mauclair Zephl-rin Monday nor C. G' Follansbe' e
IA Perch@i c/n
r ning and later by His Excel. La Beli Creole
1 J ency President Magloire. Tel 2105
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Sunday At
Haiti and Pr6 A
ian delegation flSfln aUYa
can Conferen- i LE6 ruu
de Janeiro, in Terraces and ..
e at the open- Gift shop open 9am .
s Wednesday .M Lunch Noon--3 pm
:ful argument Sunset Cocka,
ter American Dance 4 6 '
nation of an In Dance 4 ---
of anulc-i Supper dance p
ae Coupcil a.s. 7zuNdib
.c s 7 p m -- Midnighi,
teal Institute. Good food ,.
tabilisation f Good music
A perfect end lo
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tidoles : Gi of all kinds' Maison Orientale : Frn rfS
Haitian handicraft. French Perfumes Ounga Doll Dresses Souv
: Mahogany Sisal Ouvroir Naliona : Embroidery Hm
: Perfumes Mahogany Maxiu'S Handicraft -"Ti
: Mahogany Factory M Neinberg Brios. : Mhogany -Sis
: Mahogany Handicraft Samba : Embroidqred dres
: Embroidered dresse souvenirs Bhum Barbancourt : Haiti's finest rum
: Dresses Souvenirs Si La Shop : Sisal & Mahogai
s : Perfumes Sisal, shoes, bags Si-Jon-La Dresses -.. Halt
Tourist shopping center Ta Tam Mahogany S
: Shop in the Mountains The Souvenir Shop : Perfumes Jei

1. One Price Policy
2. Prices plainly marked on each item

SFully itemized sales slip given without request

Rhum Barbancourt, available at these shops


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onirs
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:'. INIST.A.'S -CAR HITS MAI
.. Gaston Bajeux was knocki
down and injured Monday mo
ning as he left his home f<
f t work, by Minister Luc Pr
..pIete's automobile. Bajeux
,''. condition is not serious and h
;, has responded well to tyre;
'. ment.
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'; Septemtbrr brought 2223 to
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Shoes to match'....... .
by BOUTIQUE ADECE SASSINE
Avenue Magny, Petit-Four
Tel : 5660
Also in stock: Haitian souve-
nits, jewelry. Hats from Paris,
French made skirts, blouses
rr-cady made or ordered to mea-
sure) French Perfumes, Hai-
tian creations by ADELE
SASSINE.
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S FOR SALE
, For Sale, Chevrolet in excel-
S lent condition, has done 24.0,rj
miles, For information app'y
Haiti Sun. Telephone 2061.

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GIRLS AND BOURIQUE
TO CIRCUMNAVIGATE
HAITI
Two solid citizens of Canada
are an example, this week, of

healthy womanhood as they Go
the town in search of a reason-
m
ably fit and young boutique.
Miss Jean Merrill- and Miss
Janet Benett hope to acquire a
boutique in the s i x doll-ir
bracket to act as bourique and
-c, drag at th'eir--ieels', their lugga-
'whe i they stride off next
.weelo on. a,-walking tour of.
Hfaiti : Miss Bennett will wrir9
of the walk and bss Merrill
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photograph'. it. The walk will
Sappearln Book form ,bientot'.
: ny Charcoal or vegetable
marchande who happens to bd
1plaste1ing their ti Caille with
this particifular issue of the
kifi* aiid wishes to dispose
of a bent of burden should go
donkey in Vand to see thd
. girls at the hotel Champ-de-
Marsk:,
-A 'bllstercreport ,.n'the walk
will appear in .these collumns 1
as the girls see and feel' the
country.


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OUT OF THE FRYING PAN...
Adrien Desources was recap-
tured this week at Croix des
Bouquets after a prison 'break
that lasted only a few days.
Jailed on a charge of bicycle
stealing a 'month ago, Desour-
ces has been sent back to ser-
ve an extended term. Police
investigation found after the
man's re-capture 18 other sto
len bicycles in his possession.
xxx
Roland Ren6 Martin published
recently a book written against
the background of Haiti's en-
chanting mountains. Put out
by Christophe editions, Boston6
the work is titled 'The Mount
of' the Lost Children..
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LOOK; LOOK, DIOR


The depormenm and attire of
la Femnme even on ithe Rue.
Pan Americaln is expected to
drastically change December E s ..
6th with the arrival o a French -..
rman named Dior. ,'"
Dior, w ho has a boutique ong
AV,?nue Montaigne tin Pa-ris Repl]acing Miss Eve B
has done much to shake an "kensderfer as Public Affa
already shaken world with hIs Assistant at the. United/Sta
fashionable influence over wo- Embassy here, John. C.'Fla
men's clothingm Last year h- gan arrived in Port-au-Prii
brain stormed the *new look.
but returned' to good graces /


when he lifted male moral and
shortened skirts. This year he.'
fell off the Eiffel Tower and
flattCned bosoms. Prot e s t s
through the U. N. and FA'O
(Female Allure Organization)
have reportedly stumped e
fashion buzzard in( this tape
measure:. When he gives two
fabulous fashion shows at the
EL Rancho hotel Dec. ,8 and 9
the flat look- will not be pa-.
raded-no matter how gorgeous, *
the French maniquinns the' bo-
som means as much to' the hal'
tian male as the Rhum soda
and Li4marque's grilot. -Take
that away and, what do you
have destruction worse thah,
that wrought by Hazel.k


NEON SIGN BLAZES

The-neon sign of the Rie
de Tabac caused a small fire
p
last Thursday. Bift alerted
firemen put the fla-rles out
before any damage c6uld be
caused.


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Mr. Charles Fequiere is pur-
suing the course set by former
Chamber of Commerce presi-
dent Roger Boucard, and cullec
tions for hurricane relief now
tntal $18.692.63.
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2840,

this week accompanied by hs
Wife Frances. '"
Army veteran Flanag .-was .'
born in Washington D C. grai-
duated from the Catholic Uni.-'
versity of America anti serv-. I
ed in the US diplomatic corps
in Iran for 2% years.
The Flanagans presently are
lodged at Sans Souci Hotel.

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WISE and OTHERWI


By. J. C. Merrill
Editor's Note :


from this book is reproduced
below, followed by one of his
best-known poems.


For the next eight or niner
months, 'Wise and OtherwisexXX
will b written by Mr. on Tune may, or may not, skip
will b2? written 1)y Mr. John
a heartbeat thinking o f i t,
Cabot Merrill, one of the most
There are other stranger ways.
promi..ing avant-garde write.-'
,. .. ,,.,,It may scuttle away from it,
of his generation. Mr. Merrill It ayscule aay from it,
was educated at St- Mark's and a'ay from the sight of itbut
Harvard, and just before c-still the eyeballs will be crusl-
Harvard, and just before corn-
ed by the daft and emblem-
Ling to Haiti studied two years
,.,, . ,atic weight of the rush hour
at the University of Montpel- atic weight of the rush hour
er,. France.It is so often imagined to be,
lier,. France.
or It may simply remain settl-
He is in Haiti on a Guggen- ed' so that the sweet, proud
heimnier Fellowship, which was calligraphy of its profile may
awarded him for the .extraor be admired with one passive
dinary intuitive perception, paw raised like an ampersand
shown in his last book, Pic- thus : & -sign which seems
ture of Futurity,. An episode to see nothing, yet seems io
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know it all, or It may bie that
stylized eye which looks awe-
ful when It sees an additional
soul in a sort of bug-like ma-
nceuver, trying to force itself
through a tiny crack .into tha
future.
Before going any further
would not this be a good time
to ask the birds to come out
and cheep more lucidly-if not
moral gaily-betwveen the syUla-
ble, .? Ah, this Joe of ours -
confound his innocence, coin-
found it, now and always, con-
confound it forever and forev-
et and forever na ,;-.cl his
possesslve case.
So nimble at deception
by nature, he foists it on the
first slow-thinking sissy ne
meets; because he, Joe, has'mis''
behaved and so must have
something quick to Mvweeten
his existence, that is something
in lieu of an answer to that
question which is not his on-
ly, that question which Is beg-
inning, beginning, beginning
to be piped pathetically by so.
many, so many, everywhere-
Do I still belong to you world,
do I ? Trample on the *roses,
break the eggs, throttle the
nightengale, if the war-waging.
begins to quack, and the mur
derous to quake, how is anyone
to know -what will be tossed at
him next Verily when a man
regards the mollycoddle of to-
day with his supersubtle life
of a lunatic, with his neurotic
concern with the substance,
with his bloated penances, in-
terior and personal, his singu-
lar brutality filled with excre-
sences coming over and above
the verge, what is the answer?
'Notre fils Cesarion va bien.
wrote Cleopatra to Julius Cae-
sar.


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venescence; virile beauty, the
boar and death apparent, wint-
er and death, night and its
darkness. Joe felt that darkness
was the climate of evil, acti-
vated in sin, perpetuated ;n
guilt, blooming in fear, 'and
fear's flower blown and spread
ing noxious seeds of futile fu-
turity, carried- on a-cold wind,
bringing perpetal darkness as
we crave evil's commissions
and give them hallowed alle-
giance against the deed of life
itself and the overpowering,
blistering glory of the sun.

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"Blue Pomegranate
The machinery kicks its
Open, shining anatomy
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PEOPLE OF MOUNTAIN TOWNS STARVING

DOCTOR ROY SAYS AT PRESS CONFERENCE


In thle more distant moun-
tain areas people are litl-iA:ly
etprving. Dr. Louis Roy pres.
'dent of the Haitian Red Cro.as,
told reporters last Friday. ado
ing. determinedly -They must
be saved,.
Dr. Roy said the situation
i-.i many far-off villages i: Ira
g.x, and aid should be given,
.in with the ge-atest poss'-
ble speed but so far' lack of
roads and transportation has
kpL:t relief parties from reach-
inv them. Mounai,' tdistr:ct..
sI.cnl as Hotte, Mapo i, Fcnd.s-
N&7ettepq. hMarial Rainnr m-n


way in which it lunctioniS, Dr'. lief to the devastated areas
luY' explained I l: tiimi ha I The response was immediate,


conime to ,infoi ai the public on
the help it lis receIved,. He
discussed th? co-operation of
the Internati.nJl Red Cr''.;.
when the Hai.in branch rea-
lised the impu;, il I': of t:c,-i
ing the task of relief unaided.
,The total loss of means of
communication, id the lack
of wireless or radio contacts
'between the stricken zones
and Poit-au-Princea prevented
both assessment of the extent
of the damage and rushing rc-


the Red Cross president stated.
and the .Disaster R:.ief Plan
of the Caribbean Command-
was put into action immediate
ey, co-ordinating the Army, Na
vy and Airforce in a massive
relief operation. Without 'the
-splendid work. of the SS SAI
PAN, and its helicopters, and
the HMS VIDAL Haiti would
have been quite helpless, Dr.
Roy declared, adding that cif
hommage Is due, it is to thi;
organization of devoted.and ex


experienced men who have flown
day and night to the rescue
with powerful technical mne-
thods and equipment outsiaoe
of our national sphere..
Dr. Roy estimated the total
cost of the operation which
brought aid to Jeremie as
.more than $1.000.000. ,
The efficient, unassumiia
i
Haitian Red Cross President
skipped lightly over his own
contribution, dividing the crc-
dit between Government ser-
vices, U. S. Department ser vi-
ces, the International Bed
Cross and Haitian volunteers.
He praised the American, Ja
maican, Dominican, Venezu.-
]an and Cuban branches of the
Red Cros,. r'nmm.nrding al.


It


tl.eu,-Fo..ids des .Btanc a.id functions Of I he Red Cross the -close co-operation, of th" ness houses and agencies esta-' .:
tV.'se of the Northrwe.1t remain Dr Roy opened his Press cni the co-ordination and ampplifzcaie
ference last Saturday with the ion of assistance fl accord FOA, SICSP, -Brown & Root. blished here, from foreigners
In a desperate st.#i%. he said. following summary of the func with information received, and ONU, UNICEF etc. which resident or intransit and Hai-
tions of the Red Cross. the material at hand. After ia "
king stock of resources and have freely volunteered, perso- tian individuals.
I-ut even in th2 t.riilie 'n- The Red Cross is an autono personal, the local branch deci nel, material and lnternatio- eThese ifts today toal $95
mous organization, auxiliary to des whether to launch en appe mara ad Internao- These gifts today to $.
dl.'t.ons which amw pmvaL, ex- public services which are all to the International League sta nal connections.. 922.73 and still-are pouring In"
ampes of mutual co-operation represented in the body of the ting its reeds. This stage
Central Committee. should not take more than a It is thus. Dr. Roy continued Dr. Roy revealed.
and community spT'ri: may be Its action when month. It is a time of organic that American people could
confrontedd tions and trying to collect the
found. One of the worst-strick- ba a disaster is divided into pieces and settle back into the I give 13 million pounds of food- 7.300 tons of food' have been
three phases. old atmosphere. Communie ,. "
en areas sent in 109 tons of ions re-established, school. rf stuffs which were immediate- reiceived, including 800 tons
The first entails: The saving fices, churches etc, shod 1 ly distributed, and wiU be for ported by more than 100 pla-'
salt from its own poor reser- of imperilled human lives and made fo function once more.
vealwhe itwasan~. ucedmedical aid to the wounded;
ves when it was an:;. unced feeding of the population In the third, the Red Cross 3 more weeks.* nes provided by the U. S., Do-
that the people of the South,' giving moral comfort to the returns to usual activities ret Public Services came in for minivan. and Porto Rican Re
victims, by showing the rest ring gradually from the scene J S c
west needed salt Dr. Roy said. o the world is ready to help. leaving to Government servi- honorable mention with th- Cross, and by Delta C&S and
PeR t 3o evaluation of hthe number of ces-the responsibilities for refa
I the rrc3 confe- eadl wounded ind of the n u billitation and reconstruction. Haitian Air Force, and Coast- Pan American Word Airways,
eg'lrming te;rzcoe-dead, wounded and other ui,: ti hnta h e rs
rence, at Red Cross Headquar also of the nature and e. has the tine to tell the public guards receiving special, praise 200 tons repesentes t h e
with a brief definition of ble to judge now much help s what it has done with the help The Haitian Red Cross, rein- local contribuiUn and sowne-
_te with brief definition of Iable tojudge no uhhelp itseevdfomlclo.f
the Red Cross Soet nd needed. it received from local or, fv
eety and the, second may be defined os reign sources, forced by the General Commi- money raised by Haitian. Red
"* -^ "**'".'-' *' "*."'"." ttee of Assistance formed Cross sales to meet the first.,
* HU R around it by President Maglol shock.
HEA VY DUTY A IR- re went into action from the The greatest part of the food
N P W R U IT S first moment, and still conti- contribution comes from the.
OLED PO W ER UNIWS nues to give its utmost. Dr. FO., Dr. Roy said, valung $3.
.4 Roy said. 000.000. This is mostly compos
ed of ,rice, corn meal, flour,
For Pumps, Compressors, Concrete ..This Is not the time to cite milk and cooking oil, and an
Ll .M rtarUv r? ties lectric ...nerat- he names of these people who equal quantity Is expected in
and Mortar Mixers, Electric uenera have given selflessly oO% of the next few weeks.
". Y.I.heiA -itime almost working hey,-.
Sing Sets, Vibrators, HoiSting heir time almost working bey
.ll ond the limit of their physical More than 4.000 tons of' food- '
Equipments, oSprayers Etc. strengthh and devotion., he de- stuffs are being distributed or
Over 12 Models from 2 1o 35 HP clared, going on to say that already have been distributedL
S. M the brigades of doctors, nurses Dr. Roy told reporters. This
drivers, aviators, sailors, ty- quantity included the rations
V PISts, secretaries, professional for community service teams
men, radio 'technicians, an.- employed in relief work such :
Millions of others who nursed Continued on P.ge 9 -.


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the sick, fed the huLgry, tooK''
in the destitute. all have rigft.o
to national recognition.*
Dr. Roy then declared that .
.their voluntary devotion to6::
1""
the Red Cross has created a."--
strong, -confident society that-:
never again will be taken by
surprise by national disaster-,.
however great that may be.. .
He furnished reporters with
a breakdown of gifts received
explaining they had come from
divers sources, from the '
various national societies if. ,
the Red Cross, many different
foreign organizations, societies :
of the Red Cross, many diffe-:
rent foreign organizations, so- :.
cieties,commercial firms,friends
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LNDAY NOVEMBER 28


HAITI SUN

^' THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER

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



Tourism Slump

In Cap Haitien
(iletiyatlion composed oj the owners of
F Cap-Iaitien's most important hotels ar-
z in Port-au-Prince this past week
R. with a petition to President Magltoire
setting jorih a formidable list of grievances.
No mutter what they do, the hotelmen cot.-
plamn, no tourists are visiting Le Cap. Hotel
Ber's ',nat, ger showed a guest-total of thiee
lou" ill of last week others less.
: The Niorth Coast hoteliers feel that Por!-
au-Prince Lompetitors are getting pirst craci;
V1 all ihe ;ourists; and this means they have a
chance to ('.issuade them, from making trips to
tihn ,orth or at least making shorter.trips than
thei. originally intended.


What the North needs is an International airport
and the hotelmen are fidgety with anticipation.
The landing field is finished, but authorisation to
Operate internationally has yet to come jrom the
C.vil Aviation Board. Therefore clippers cannot
land. ..... ..
Minmianum safety requirements have to ,e
*'ntt and a control tower still is needed. Touris-
tie Interest on the North Shore are finding wait-
ing costly end nerve-racking.
The clean, attractive Northern, capital. whi.-.-
has maintaMed the new face it was given last
Syear, ht,. a number of local problems that need
ironing out the road from the city to the bea-
ches is in a deplorable condition; suggestions
have been made for a road from Milot part of
the way up to King Christophe's Citadel which
,7uld er;coirage more visitors to make the his-
toric trek; guides with a working knowledge of
En-qlish also are scarce.

Bhut the main factor in the Cap-Haiien tou-
risrn sluizp is the lack of an International Air-
p~ort
07(t.
When tourists arive, hotelmen are well
able to guarantee them a wonderful sojourn !n
S one of ihic most historic and beautiful spots of
this history steeped republic. But, while they
have to pass through Port-au-Prince, 'a large pro
portion will be headed off.
After ail, as the North's Tourism Director,
Eric Etienne. comments : 'That's normal comn-
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Nine extra distribution cen-
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Discussing medical supplies,
Dr. Roy sa'd gifts of this na-
ture are evaluated more easily
and he estimated the total re-
ceived as valuing $50.000. vac-
cines, antibiotics, vitamins, and
fist aid material
Gifts of clothing have taken
care of 5000 hurricane victims
Dr. Roy estimated, anU d a :ok
remrairs almost Equal to ithe
demand.
Referring to the work done
by scouts in. collection around
the capitaL Dr. Roy declared
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out the great enthusiasm and
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munhy rich and poor.
Dr. Roy disclosed that the
Hailtian Government's rehablh
citation plan -is being coor-
dinated with Red Cross work.
Its most immediate aim is the
re-planting of washed out cul-
tivations, he said, and the Rod
Cross proposed to the mem-
bers of the relief committee
and services such as the FOA,
UNESCO, UNICEF, that the
distribution tools and seeds be
considered asGmuch an emer-
gency measure as food and me
dical relief. The suggestion, was
readily adopted, Dr. Roy ru-
ports.

$10.000 of Construction mate-
ria',. chicfy nai's, has been e-
ceived, donated mostly by Rey-
I
nolds' Mines. Shelters already
are being.built for the victims.
Carpenters' kits acquired by
the Red Cross are -distributed
to relief construction teams,
the Red Cross preldent explain
ed, and a group'of volunteers


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are hard at work in the Jere-'
mie Marfranc, Moron, and
Chamxbellan areas..
DR. ROY SUMS UP
-The total value of material
already used or is being used
rj&vw is $3.500.000. Dr. Roy stat
ed.
-Thanks to our generous
donors*, he confin.ac.i 'iand o
the devotion of everyone, so-
me tens of thousands of peo-
ple could be rescued, cared and
thus saved. But u:i fortunate-
ly there is a lot to do yet* he
added.
The major problem, acord-
ing to the Red Cross president,
is transportation, Numerous
parts of the interior of the
country have not yet receivw-
ed relief,
-We know that certain areas
are in a tragic situation, he
said &but we have not beA.
able to get help through to
them as yet.
Dr. Roy concluded by explain
ing the functioning of the Red
Cross system of distrilbutlon,
saying the perishable foods are
delivered to the Society by
the FOA on requisition. They
are in turn funnelled to the
1rny sub ldepotp of Cayes or
Jeremie or to one of the'local
committees if the district, to..
be helped is -too far from the
sub depots to be provisionned
from them.
The Academie Millihire is alP
so of great help in the dtst-_'-
button scheme, Dr. Ry -said,
and Mr. Georgei-Larris'of.Jack
sonville, Fia. -has helped fight
the transportation problem,.
placing his ships at the dispo,
'sal of the Red Cross since the
first 'days of the hurecahe.


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Philosophy Lectures Here


The Reverend Hunter G'L-
thrie, S. J. of Philaaelphia Pa.
former Rector and Pre-iue.al
of Georgetown University, will
arrive In Port.au-Prince Lilis
week in the course of a two
month lecture tour of MxJco,
El Salrvador, Honduras, Costa-
Rica, and Panama.
Father Guthrie, who s t out
frour the US October 20 will
lecture before both lay and re-
ligious groups on subject's d,1.l
itqg with philosophy, theology


and general cultural affnis
He has chosen for the tupi.s
of the six talks he will deliver
at the Haitian American Ins.i-
tute : -St-Augustine., "'Th m'u
dern Crisis Culture vcrs'j.
Civilisationrb,, 'The renaissan-
ce., 'The theory of Jesuit Edu-
cation,. .The historic back-
ground of the book IOTA in
Aristotle's metaphysics., and
'A modern metaphysics.. Fa-
ther Guthrie also will address
students in seminaires a n ,


pensionats, and meet informa-
lly intellectual leaders in Port
au-Prince and provincial cities.
The lecture series will b..'
under the patronage of Msg-.
Laigi Raimondi, our Papal
Nuncio, Minister of Religion
Mauclair Zephirin and U. S.
Ambassador Roy T. Davis. Pro
siding will be Msgr. Remy Au-
gustirL auxilliary bishop of
Port-au-Prince, and Rev. Fa
their Ta'treaw Superior of Je-
suit Fbthers Grand Apiato;e
seminaire de Notre Dame.
The U. S. delegate to the In-
ter-A-merican Congress of Phi
losophy held in Port au Prince
- the first president and ori-


r ^ A I II lme mover of which was Dr.
*i.. III J17) jr '12 it I 112)11111 Camille Lherisson.- Father

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and featured by 'Imperial
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But foreigners aren't the only
connoisseurs of food. Haitians
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just right, .where wines are of a
perfect vintage and flavour to
n yellow their mood- and form the
perfect foil for each delightful
course.
That's why special occasions
are observed at 'Aux Cosaques..


Father Hunter Guthrie (oat Left), here sedn chatting withl
the British Ambassador Tuson on his first visit to P-au-Pce.
when he represented the US it the 1st. Interamerican Con.
gress of Philosophy in 1944. Father Guthrie's second visa
scheduled for this week (teutr' anniversary of the CongressJ:
will include a series of lectures on philosophical, theological
and cultural topics.


Guthrie is also a member of
a number o'f other organisa-
tions and' commissions includ-
ing the American Academy of
Political and Social Sci.?ence,
the U. S. Commission on Re-
construction, the America-i
Philosophical Association and


the Science Advisory CounwU
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Spanish Grand Cross of Alf*u
so X el Sabto.

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:Xiss Claudette Sola ies bc- Don't forget the Union School
came Mrs. Reynold Fau'.u- in Bazaar, December 4th, at 6:00
.si.t-Piere's Cathedral ceremo p m at Cercle Port au Prince.
iy: November 11, 6:-45 pm. The Bigger effort is being made

bride is the daughter of Mr & this year because half of the
.Mrs. Leon Solage, andi Mr. ant] pl)roceeds, will go to the Haitian
Mrs. Charles Fabius are pa- Red Cross for relief of victims
rents of the groom. of Hurricane' Hazel. The Corn-
S ....- - mItte6 of ".he ,A.i.al Charity,
It I.
Therese 'Matin' celebrated 'Sble is puttirrg on the'final tou
hr fete yesterday. '" c-hes for an unforgettable ,soi-
5 x x x r6e..
Mrs George Naude and netr x x x
jlaughters .Ma.rierHenriette and Mr. .-and... Mrs Caleb.- Elliot
Fredeiue wil. a.riv. homb- (HASCO) are'back in Port at'-
'froir'"theit..g xtended-sojourn i' e.r dividing "flve rnonths bet-
Europe and the U.;'S.-next Tues ween their Vermont home and
day on the SS Pananma: sunny Olifornia.
.,, XXX % X XX '

U. S. Ambassador and Mrs. ,Mr. Fire La'mbert of Ci-
:Tasbo Davis, were hosts at a ment d'Haiti is in town,
'cinq a sept. Thursday at their xxx
Bourdon residence on. the,:occa.. Among the passengers return-
dlon of Thanksgiving Day.,. ing to ,Port-au-Prince via SS Pa
Young Todd Lowe, the Ambas, nama from New York on Tues-
Ssador's two-year old grandson day moriinfg wlll'e. Mrs. MIla'
Sa seasoned diplomat, headed Grill, Mrs Paillette Martelly,
hbe receiving line and deliver- Mis. Gerard' Vital, Mrs Odette
ed' a warm handshake. Clekca a'hd Maurice Cauvin.
Sxxx I

,ilo Hakime, industrialist xx x


of ,no, small stamina, returned
from a .voyage d'affaires. to
Yew York last Sunday via PA A
clipper.

xxx

Edwin P.. Astie., Point IV
enber and director of SCI
P"Aleft by plane for the Domi
Ban Repuflic yesterday. The
kobect of his visit is to confer
:-ith the U. S. Foreign Opera-
tins Administration min view

-tdetermining the aid which
'ls organization proposes to

g to Haiti. He is expected
c next week.






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Miss Eleanor Tatum ,of Time
Magazine's Editorial Staff arriv
ed on the SS Cristobal on Mon
day. She will spend three weeks
here in .view of preparing
a series of articles on'post-hur-
ricane Haiti. The talented jour
nalist who hails from Providen
ce, South Carolina, Is stopping
at Hotel Choucoune.
xxx

Friday morning at the Natio-
nal Palace, Mrs Luis Arroyo Pa
rojo presented to President Ma-
gloire his credentials as Vene-
zuelan Ambassador to Haiti.
xx'x
Mr. Hans Valdemar Bertel-
sen, Minister of Denmark to
Haiti, presented his credentials
to President Magloire on Fri-
day morning at Palais Natio-
nal.


WXalter Hirsch observed his

21'st birthday Thursday.
xx x
Guy Horelle is swatting hard
to pass his final business admi
nistratlon exam in 1Jew York
to enable his return'home with
diploma in hand Januar: Is:.
XXX
Peter Wright El Rancho mia-
nager is in Miami undergoing
surgery.
xxx
Armand Klang is back to fa-
mily and tennis after 2 historic
months in Paris.
xxx
Dr. Francois Dalencour re-
turned to' Port fiu Prince this
week after three years in Pa-
ris where he specialised in
Tubercolosis treatment.


xxx
Simone Paul and Alice Nan
are off to Kingston tomorro'wv
to continue their studies.
xxx
Dr.. Mortimer Harris leaves
Mon Reve today on, a WHO
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inspection of the West Indies.
XXX
Mr. Cyril Davies,'resident
of the BIRD Delegation at Port
au Prince and Mr. Philippe Ber
nard, economist, held discus-
sions this'.week with officials'
of Banque Nationale on the fi-
nancial situation of the court-
try.

/ XxxI i
I I
Liberian Ambassador Geprr

ge Brewer returned Sunday
from Kingston 'where he had
accompanied President Tub-
man. With Ambassador Bre-
wer was ,Mme Beaufort Men-
\
sah, secretary at the Liberian
Consulate in New York.

xxx
Father R. P..Delley, Vicar of
Anse-d'Hainault will leave for
Switzerland 'next Saturday for
a few months vacation. It wi'l
be recalled .4at the Reverend
Father was trapped in the par-
sonage during the recent cyclo-
ne arid his escape was due to
his presence of mind in jump-
ping Into a large case in the
room when he saw that the
house was being destroyed by
the fury of the hurricane.


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Marie Therese Lake and
Ray.mond Barreau have set
the date for Saturday evening
at St. Pierre's.
xxx
X '-N.X
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A group uf pretty mnanequirns
from ethe review Women's
I :i, were Iposing for pictures
against our scenery last week.


xxx
On a Haitian and US. Go-
v'ernment scholar,.h'p. P.&ul
MeGirt of Camden, South Ca-
rolina, is-doing some diligent
research in the Hai:ii i tuil:l,-
re field,while headquartered at
College Duvivier. Tha N.-rth
Cair'ina College stand Durl.', n)
graduate also is digging am the
roots of the Haitian novt:. He-.
re for the past month Mc-Girt
expects to spend abou", n ayer.
xxx
Lucienne Audain is flying to
Paris Sunday.


sUNDAY, NOVEMBER ,2R


XXX
Mr Charles Leggett is at Sa-:
ranac Lake; his mother passed,
away after a long illness.


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The Tourist & Gift Shop Asso-l."'|
ciation of which Mrs. James
Ewald-is' Pdti. has recently re- Mr. and Mrs. Max Questel are
ceived two new members.' Aux the proud pPrents of a new 71A
Cent MUle Articles and Le Per lb. baby-girl, christened sChris-
choir Gift Shop, bringing the tine., ..,, ,
membership up to 22. -xxx
Tiny Marie-Judith Is the na-
-.. .;..*-. xx- L .. me of the demoiselle. whbq
The Edouard Rigaud's new brought new rejoicing to the


home above Petion-ville was
the scene of a cosy gathering
of family and friends Wednes
day night, in honour of the
head of the household's birth-
day the previous Sunday.
xx x
.Mr., Ncel Toussaint is still
confined to bed ip his residen-
ce at Petion-Ville where he N
receiving medical care.


xxx

Among the courtesy visits re
ceived this week by Haiti Sun
was that of Mrs. Max Bouche-
reau, wife of the Consul at Ham
burg, Germany. Mrs. Bouche-
reau, during her entretien,
with us furnished many inter-
esting and pertinent details in
connection with the cultural re
nations being esfablisbed bet-
ween the two countries, and of
the spontaneous admiration of
the German people for Haiti
and its people. Mrs. Bouche-
reau will remain until after
the municipal elections in. Ja-
nuary where she Is eooidinat-
ing with the efforts of the Wo-


Etienne Woolley household xn
November 16th.
xxx ,

Mrs Emile Prezedu (the forn
mer Yva Roy) will be back at
her 'Milo Shop* Tuesday, (Pe-
tion-VJIe), from a month's busi-
ness trip in New York.
xxx
Tuesday morning Mr and
Mrs. Frantz Gardere received
their first visit from the stork.
Son Lionel weighs 7% lb. is fit
and well. %
xxx
Engineer and Mrs. Jacky Au
guste have 'a second addition,
to their household, a promising
dambuilder named Reginn ld
Sxxx
Elsie and Walter Braun are
the parents of a new 'petite
fille delicieuse who made her
appearance .in bubbling good
health last Sunday. Grandfa-
ther Arnold and the Missus
won bet and got their wfsh.
~ XX:X

Mrs Andr4 Jn-Baptiste (ne-s
Paul) presented hubby with a
charming new baby girl, born


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means' League of which s h e November 22nd; Marie-Floren i '
was formerly President, prior ce starts off the family,. J '
to her departure for Germany.
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Mr. David Gossett -who will
replace Mr. Roger Jarman as)
PAA Manager in Port au Prin
ce, arrived Monday -iiu.- l.
Mr. Gossett spent some time 'n
Haiti before, acco .panied bjQ
hi family, wn ai h .became
th1.oroughly a.: u:.L cited with
the country travelling extensi-
ve 1 in the pr vinces.'


r. Roger ,...'ln a. ij.ve i
Il(tel Riviera receptlir., ,,;' 1>
nour of his successor Wednes-
dat evening 6-8 p m. Among,
many distinguished guests at-
tending the sumptuous buffet
were Foreign Minister Ma',-
clair Zephirin, Minister of the
s
Presidency Marcel- Fombrun,
and leading businessmen and
diplomats.
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U. S. Track Champion Due Saturday

Will Give Exhibitions, Talks


Thousands of Haitian stLu-
ednts of Mll ages will ha-'e t;.e
opportunity to see and visit
personally with one oF the
world's cost famed athletes
daring the first two weeks of
December, when Harrismn Dil-
lard of Cleveland, Ohio. O1-jn-
S pie track champion arrives he-
're for a series of talks r"ck
and field clinics and exhibi-
tions.

Dillard is expeCtdu in l'ort-
au-Prince Saturday, December
4. and will, as his firbt otILLML
activity, attend the annual all-
school athletic comptition aiI
the Pare St. Louis Gonzague,
starting at 3:00 p.-n. He will bu
a guest of a delegation of Hai-
tian officials from the l.Bureau
of Sports of the linistry of
Pr.ducation and others promi-
nent in. school and amateurr
athletics.
On Sunday, December5, the
famous hurdler and sprinter
Will again be a guect at th.:
finals of the all-school come
titions, and will explain tecih-
niques and give demor'stratinn3
of his racing style.
Other activities .on his p;-o-
gram will include the showing
S 'oQf sports films, consisting of
seminars on the organization
and .popularizatioh. of sports
I i
groups. He will appear in per
son at various.schools in Port
au Prince and will visit as -ma-
S ny provincial -cities as his/,tinie
here allows. His departure is
scheduled for December 15.
Dfllard's visit to Haiti Is one
phase of a tour which is tak-
ing him also to Bolivia.. Chile,
Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil.
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Harrison Dillard set for one of
his lightning starts-Haiti will
see him in action next week.

*Cuba and Guatemala.
Dillard is the recipient of many
sports -honors and awards. In
1945' he won four gold medals
in the G. I. Olympics in Frank-
furt, Germany. In the spring
of 1946 -he won the National
Collegiate and National Ama-
teur Athletic Union Indoor
championships in both high
and. low hurdles. In 1947, as
the winner of the Indoor Na-
tional AAU high and low hurdT
Ies in addition to the!Nationnial
Collegiate and National AAU
high and low'hurdles outdoors,
he became the only athlete to
hold all six National Hurdling
Championships simultaneously
During that season he also-es-
\lbllshed a world low hurdles
record of 22.3 seconds which
still stands.
From May 1947 to June 1948
Mr. Dillard was undefeated. in
82 consecutive races which is
still the all 'time record ,in a
track event. He won the 100
meter dash at the Olympic
Games in London in 1948 and
the 110 m t e r d as h


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at the 1952 Olympic Games,
winning the latter event in
the record time of 13.7 seconds.
Mr. Dillard has served in
various capacities in civic or-
ganizations such as the Urban
League. Young Men's Christian
Association and the Cleveland
Church Federation. He is alo
a member of the Clev.elaird
Boxing and Wrestling Commis
sion.
EXCELSIOR
HOLDS VIOLETTE
TO TWO ALL DRAW,
Delpeche, Jacques : Mazarin,
Raymond. '
Excelsior surprised a large
Stade Magloire crowd Friday
night, holding Violette to a
2-2 'draw.
Excelsior lost all encounters
with Violette last season and
When Delpeche opened the Vio
lette tally with a well-placed
penalty, the team was not x-
pected to retaliate. But Maza-
rin replied to even the score
20 minutes later, and the first
half endqd 1-all.
i ',
Jacque's goal in the second
stanza provided only a shortliv
ed lead fo#Violette as Raymond
scored on a Lallemand error to
bring Excelsior even un the
nineteenth minriu'te.


PETION-VILLE MAULS
CROIX-DES-BOUQUETS
In a one-sided contest Petion
ville maulbd 1Croix-des-Bou-
Ruets 4-0 at Stade Magloire
Tuesday.
,Etoile .scored a 2-1. victory
over Leogane in the following
night's League ,B game.
JUMPER SETS
NEW MARK
Gerard Brisson, a 17-year-old
school-boy. unofficially scaled
lm78 in recent high jump prac


SUNDAY, NOVEMBEaR

tices, Le National, announced calling that at the last '^
this week. The journal specu- the highjumPlevedt wgi"
lated on young Brisson's chan- by lm84: .*
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Florida business tycoon comes to

Haiti's aid with transportation
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. man wno w o s LIir .h'i:5 ,
deorge Laris, head of the Uni-
'rjsal Trade Inc annl Lti is
hipbuilding and Repair di\i-
Ion. moved decisixel3 to f.
'tbn Hazel's claw to Haiti at
be first news of th.e disasLer.

.Volunteering his help Lo u1u
friend Colonel Woolley over the
0ong distance telephone. Laris
,vas told that transportation
,as the No. 1 relief problem.
S.Joe cigar-smoking business ty-
.r on immediately got one of
hils ships, the ,Josie., under
iAeam for Haiti. Captain Chr's
Lemondis in'command with a
crew of 16.
The former Navy, landing


C'i lL Uciauy suIILVU LUL LLLCr Ln-e a
of ferrying supplies from Voi-,
au Prince to the hurricane de-
vastated areas is still keep,,ii
up a brisk shuttle seriice-.
Freighted in from Puerto Ricod
aboard the Josie,, a Caterpil-
lar D 8 and 10 trucks put :n
20-hour days clearing the roads
around Jeremie.

An old friend of Haiti, Geor-
ge Laris got to know the cou.i
try commuting in his plane bet
ween Miami and Porto Rica
where he was building his
own dog-racing track. He also
made two close friends in Mur-
ray Knobel and Colonel Wool-
ley.


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Haiti found him a friend in

Laris. whose mtqlti-million-
dollar ship-building, ship re-
pair, and overseas construction
industry originated from a
trucking business valued at
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Prince from the Weshington
Embassy. His aim is aarar'ge-
ment of-the programme -fur
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U. S.

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inL cr Mr. Herman Desir temporary '
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let K' office of the_.Haitian Tourist
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ALE JOUiR SIGNALS' IN DISTRESS
UN PRECEDENIEU The Port-de-Paix situation
SCANDAL described as Avery .bad by ,
Le Jour, told last night of JJsgr. Guiot, bishop of the see,
,a scandal Without precedent, in a report td the Red CroAs
which is supposed to have iast Friday y '"
upset the families aroiid. -Transportation still is the
SJwn. / main problem in the area the "
Jn a mixed school, the news .. !01p said, adding that the'
paper said. the diree rF -o..1.ndi g regions have" the
hold of an' extremely lyoil-g ame imflcuTt. :
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pupil -and-... then refining, .
his technique led her into the '
depths of Maternity., ..
What' made the.whole affair aIl'
word is that the decor (ac- -
cording 'to UE JOUR) denied ,
all. But he was nevertheless
'hustled'off to jail.
xxx ,t. ,

DOMIN-ICANS VISIT
Aboard a special Dominican
airlines', members of the Rota. X
ry Club of Ciudad TrujiUo land P'
ed Friday at Port-au-Prinunc. LES LUS LLES SAIQU
They sperit a' day absorbing El F ..** miT
Rancho and Choucoune TMudA- s I IJj
Wil PiACE 6EFFRARD


t.s great pleasure in anniouncint tilt '
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Arrivals and departures during
ihe -1ifll N d ant Duuecember
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Fastest Freight and Passengers service between New-York
Par-au-Pr'moe and Cristobal. rid vice-versa, accepting ca-
go both ways including cargo co and from Europe via New".
:,)rk and via Cristobal: piso 'rorn the VWeqt Coast of Cen-".
tral/South America, and the Far East via Cristobal C.Z.
Savings from New Yorlt every Thursday; arrivals at Port
au-Prinee every Monday, except when a holiday falls oi,
Thursday in New Yprk, sailing then will be on Friday, arrl-
val Port-au-Prince Tuesday. .
Sailings from Port-au-Prince to New York every Monday.


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-I:.... .HAITI SUN. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 28..
* / Page t --___________-__ -- ------
:: Impressions of U. S. DEAN OF Io 'r
~. *~, -(Continued fromt page 1) B~tINGS STORER
..ti. e from 1952 until the Fall of
St o y e ar Anoi s toPiloting the plane in whi
iii.Joseph was awarded a Gug- Believe It or Note pre
..." g.,t g nhein' Fellowship in creat- a wf riv..
Storer and his wife arrived
,ve paiting. the first such Fel- Port-au-Prince, was the'
.. lowship to be granted to a seasoned of air]ingr pinote
: "j Haitian. 1Working princlpal~y
p "Captain Basil L. Roe W *i
': ,';* ...~~. in New York, Joseph assem- 4 fyn th o
ble 'anrup f ~~etytwo*.40 years of flying is the 'ogj
bied 1a _eroup of t%enty-two
i"n. he n inaperiod The largest of the Brahma record in the business. Twen
:, r r.inished paintings in a period
bulls that were flown in for six years were spent in PA
V .:. -cosof eight months. These pictu- livestock breeding purposes
lost weekend roinfort a b I g service.
-es w~re shown-at a successful setil-ed in Damien stall. x x x
Ending a week-long 'El Ranchos vacation tomorrow. this one-man exhibition at the Pan
VAm A ericcan Union in Washington Da n D
group of congressmen ad their wives h a d ondeul ia.n
g u June of this-year. With the #-
time'. Above they are seen alter switchingaddition of two paintings Ins-
.. rb to white-collars to attnd the Thaiksgving service 't pinby a stay in Mexico. this ,'
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