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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:
AA00015023:00317


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--VOLUME V ---------_ eo rt u- Pri nce 'RBEPUBLIQUE D'HAITI Tel.: 2061 SUNDAY DECEMBER 5 IS54 .
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President Paul Magloire will
observe the fourth arnniversa-
ry of his ina-uguration as head
of uhe State tomorrow.
As usualJ, a programme of
inaugurations has been plann-
ed for the day, with nalion-a.l
celebration for the evening.
At the head of the likt
i s t h e Rehabilitation. Cen-


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ter at Freres (See Minister
Dorsinvi:Jle's conference Page
8); and at Cite Maigloire (2) -10
.new tenants wvill receive the
keys to their houses. This-ce-
remony will] be followed by the
signing of the .placque made by
AndrT Constant consacrated
to the History, of the Discovery
FuJ. details unfortunately


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T; e i. Joyce Steele. .(See story Page )5)
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Haiti Told Prepare For New 7 rade
rojw AA. &reReduetion
E -.unci;,j t. 2% .,re1Juc-, ft ..;.' '; .... -.
.hidle by PAA for Mi. aYou'r aim. Mr. L ; ra!je-'
HaiaUti rouidtrips, a4 .'frhm' told the assembled hci o'v-
l, -.Mr.-,Charles Larrab.e, ners, Tourist-shop ope-atcr-:,
1interlines Sales Superin t e n Tour agents and memnbe.-. r-.f
'.dnt for the airline's Latin A- the Chamber of Comm e r -
mneican Division, told a sp.- c e -is to have tourists stay I
cially-convoked meeting a-t three weeks or a month, ins- c
the Chamber of Commerce tead of a few days. They can't
.Thursday afternoon that the stay if the prices ace too high. n
asure probably would result He explained that when the t!
' 25%o less sales resistance,. -quantity market is sought h
:But, he said, in the Summer penbiuew on Page 4) P
-rist trade prices must be
tught down within reaol of Obas Shoots, Sla
Vacationers who travel on a
.bu To Death -- Surrein
tdget, and he appeaieo to ho- De h- ur
Owners, commercants, and Wit-hin screaming distance ge
,..Presentatives froirp every of Emil Pervil's killing of his at
chase e .r business life to co-ape wife a year ago, a young tax- ra


Woman Clubs To Death

4Loup-Garou, Of Her Dreams
Thursday evening f i v e Her three sons, she said,
o'clock, Elise Juges stepped out. were sick one pnore serious
of her Fort EveTld ard home ..than. the others. The doctor at
(near Post Marchand), sprang the Health Cnter toad her
at a miieed wpman.s5rea- ther, was nothing wrong with .
umdng that she was a .Loup- the boy tihat a good home-bre-
garou and clubbedbher to death wed teea couldn't cure, but the
ivrith a marche de pilon (pest- following day he couldn't open
3e). his mouth i-lock-jaw).


The %%oman, Mrs. St-Rock
Dantuches, nee Anita Joseph,
ooUapsed and died on the spot.
Mrs. Jules, subdu e d b y
eigbbours, was escorted to
he Police Station and en route
er story became common pro.
erty:

shes Ex-Wife

idersTo Police
id in her abdomen) and Obas
tacked he woman with a
zor, slashing off an ear, in.


The distressed mother then
sought "conseil frorli a houn
(Continued 'on Page 16)


collector pumped four bullets flicting several wounds on her
Into his divorced wife, then face and neck and severing the
slashed her to death with a Jugular vein.
,razor, Tuesday morning less Nina Lebrun staggered down
than a fortnight after Pervil's the long, winding flight of
acquittal. stairs before collapsing. She
Xlebert Obas, 32, a Bureau died two hours after arriving
de Contributions coll e ct or at the General Hospital.
from Aquin, emptied his. 38 Her killer walked to the
calibre .Smith & Wesson, re. near-by Police Headquarters,
volver, into his ex-\vife Nina reported his 'crime passionel.
Eebrun on' the upper floor of explaining he wished to re-,
No 8:Rue Geffrard. The 'bul- turn. to.his wife but she scor-
lets failed to kill her (one -en- ned his love.
tbi-ed her left -bra:st leaving The twenty-six.year-old wo-
her body through the upper man married Obas in her na-
right hip, the other three lod- Continued on Page 6)


This picture of Klebert ObrS, round itf the empty room
where he shot rand slashe I his lu'ife substantiated the theory
of a -crime passionel.. Obviously recently-taken4 the portraut
could have been intended ns ar-cownctiation @ift.


THE PRESIDENT


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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5


Mile. France 'Nixon from Voil h
F France. Modeling:since 18 wtorl:
ed with Worth, started with
.Dio .when ,Maison opened '47..
Dutch. English. German speak-
ing MfIle -Nixon. was in Japan
wheli decision Made 'ao !our
Latin America. Sun-worahip-
per.


mnie Labouret-Azemar, 'een Mine. Francoise Darbier o-
Azgelina Lengrd, Hungarian with her iDoberman ilelle. tive bf Paris. Woman I P Mile Daisey Zory. from V(,
born, adopted trance and !Oin- Hilda,, .Six years with Dior, the US IArmy for 2 years. /PIL. yon,. Dept. of vise. modeled for
ed Dior J948. A model with a true Parisien who loves to to by husband started h,.r fet o- uq .r a
world-wide reputation, sit has cook Jor friends, hobbies play- dling carer. A journ'!is rits Lafayette, isoa faor Jacques
visited USA Likes : ram'pin7 gomng, skfing, horse-.Oa"- rid. whose specialityis reportage. Hel and Maggy Rouf. Likes
on French Riviera, tenr,, loor, g she is la 'world traveller ,,.ho cn.emna, painting, swimming.
ing at paintings. likes classical musir, ski:n, Has been to Brazil.
horse hiding swimming and
Sadninials.


Maison Christian Dior Gives

Charity Fashion-Show Al El Ranc


S. Christianm Dior's 9 a'irong


the Mme Magloire Founda'ion,


troupe will take over Haiti De- with a ball following the cs-
oember 6. retaining possession hibition: en-trance $5 (,to go to


'td1 the 10 th.


the Foundation's Hazel dtsas-


. guests at Albert Silvera's ter fund.


(amniad home for celebrities
- E1il Rncho Hotel, the


fashion dictators will put on


a 5- model show the even
of tihe 7 th, display-ng .45 ci
tions of the tLine ,H,.
It will be a. gala night


FOR REdNT


Modern 2 story house at1
Desprez. furnished, aU modern
conw-'ences. 'Applgy. ,Mr Al-
bert Breton. c/o UsiM4 Man-.


Or"- teque, iRue ou Quai.


Mme ,Helene Levacher. kno,,s
all Europe and tIhe, Amercas,
Dior's Public Relations Chiii'f
in :the Americas. Hearis NVew
York Liaison dlepartm a.t acom-
muting betureen N. Y. and Pn-
ris. Likes classical mzitsc a)'.
her best Vriends' cak" baol's.


The World-Famouis Beauty Products Are
Onj7&re at

Cafnapie. rt

Canapef Vert s& ia1&a^ .


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E rybody's Favourite


HAITI TRADING Co. S. A. Chamber of Commerce Bidg.
CITE DE L'EXPOSIT.ION, PHONE 2069


-HAITI SUN-


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/ The Globe-Wernicke StremtthWer Metal Desk gives you 6rma"xmum return
on your investment. Herm are some of the advantages.
;1. Pedestals are Interchangeable and pro- nwNlngie;de lpdae a
vAde the eific facilities required by progressive a-oc l" _.
Seach worker. A 4. Inside urfacesa m acted
for thef nixdn d.i s,
Drawers a, designed to be Winp" L A jjiau* .., .k T .
fc riff wderan"' f functional ads;'6 irBS^W w"W ,
iW--! 'id' Igo --wrker omfoc ...m
fpicluding lette or legial Ailes% caid fileh% onrcnan^a-
e tc. 6.k T y ,a-rri te, a -r _i --*. &W ."G, l '
II, 'm e Am 3hX:r :
\3. Drawers ride smootbly aad qetyon speed Wad oy^a"', '
iMisit ou showroomannd Ms eu ieode mO/w0Sbau-liae Old DA9hl#1 i -
ur phone us for -D-ST IBT .... H-- .....T .AIN CMP.
DISTRIBUTORS : HAITI TRADING COMPANY


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..HAITJ'S OLDEST INN
KIp"SES-SOARS BUT
k:,IfETA.LNS ATMOSPHERE

i Pan-is born and educated
|world famed photographer, Ro
. ge Ooster helped by his pretty
'vizvacious wife Laura has saved
"a monument to Haitian archi-
tecture that has been on the
decline since the Hotel Age
struck Haiti.


Their materials were an ar-
tistic flair, 600 gallons of paint,
and enough sense to realize
that a'large proportion of world
travellers crave just such a
setting as that provided by
their newly purchased Trppip
cal inn.
The oldest Hotel in Haiti,
the Oloffson was described by
a contemporary writer as sha-


.HAITI SUN.


SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5


Twenty rooms, s
ments, and' prival
- all with baths
a breathtaking vie
and harbour.


-For Complete

BDUT FBOM

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several apart- The iCanadian Ladies' progress : .ILfft (Wort-au-Pr.nce SqtEw-
te bungalows day, Notvo. 7 oith aid of Arch-B ohevie'.A"rth w" O'Neil, jiumeV-
ea by auto to Croix-des-Bouqen ..as'where- ". ',iir..,& ..
overlook bourrique acquired for $13 the e"vi.( t .'for-p2hot .-
phic qualities) collapsed when loedu.M y g&' ',above) .'.v.d :
*w of the city Saturday December 4, safari weU-achored- at Crolt'desBdut
quets, pnd is ,expected to beco meav Pflrt ntt .tra 'nIf.wlzk-
ing doesn't start abient6tv. '-. : "




Satisfaction


MEMBERS OF


des of Somerset Maugham. and
in Mrs. Coster's words: .we
completely renovated the ho.
tel but we have been careful
not to move out the ghosts and
atmosphere,. But during their
two months' solid toll they
have .moved out many an eye-
sore.
The pool looks twice as lar-
ge sinoe the surroundings
have been' cleared, and the
trees imported from Martirni'
que when Haiti's first' hotel-
man Sam blasted away the hill
to build wGrand Hotel Oloff-
son, at the turn of the centu-
ry, have been pruned. Birds
.who wish to nest In them will
receive free seed and protec-
tion proclaims Mr. Coster.
The cool interior of the woo
den period building has a per-
manent exhibition of the Cen.
tre d'Art's best artists -- ifin-
cluding Gourgue, St. Brice, Bi-
gaud and sculptured bricks
by Jasmin Joseph.


CONCESSION TO
CONFRERES

Photographer Coster who
knows the 'publicity business
from a lifetime shooting for
the world's top-ranking magazi
nes says journalists will recei.
ve a 10% discount at his hotel.
Furthermore he is- building
an aIr-conditioned dark room


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, The Tourist and i Gift shop Association

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Aiix cent mille Auicles : -Gifts of all kinds Naison Orientale French Perfumes- Orieotal novelties -
% ~Aix cent mileArticles:." MaisonOieOntale ^nvm-. ^
..^ Crlos "Haitian handicraft. French Perfumes Ounga Doll Dresses Souvenirs /
Cui arlo- Sisal Ounvro l national Embroidery Handicraft .
Carincraftt Mahogany Handicraft Tortoise shelL ...
: Champagna 'S Perfumes Mahogany Maxim's M a ".an S. .st ,d. -
Geo Deslandes Mahogany Factory Meinberg Bros. Mahogany- Sisal strewods .
Haitian Gi l Shop Mahogany Handicraft Samba- :' nroidered dresses -. .
aqueine Embroidered dresse souvenirs Rhum Barbancoit Haiti's finest rum ,
Jac 'Hline'-:SslLMhgn qi
SJeanne's Dresses -Souvenirs Si La Shop : Sisal & Mahogany gods .
L a P eedes Antilles Perfumes Sisal, shoes, bags Si-Jou-La Dresses Haitian hqudicraft ... f
,t-' La Perle des Antilles Tourist shopping center Tam Tam Mahogany -Souvenirs \ '
La Belle C Perfumes Jewelry .,
-. Le Perchoir Shop in the Mountains The Souvenir Shop Perfumes Jewelry
[. 1. One Price Policy .. .;
-, p Prices plainly marked on each item
s2. mamwice raama
,3. Fully itemized sales slip given without request
,4 Rhum Barbancourt available at these shops ....,.


The Oloffson., a -monument to 'taiti's 'Wooden Age


Hotel Oloffson

Artist's Dream


DONKEY SERENADES : BENNETT AND MMIIIL

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Page 3
for the convenience of any pho ':,
tographer travelling through '
the Caribbean.

To complete the attractions
of their atmosphere-steeped
inn, the Costers are looking
for a Haitian version of Herta
KiLts, and say any girl with
talent may stop by the 4loff-
son for an, audition.







Page 4


Haiti Told Prepar

From P. A. A. I
(continued 4rom page 1)

.quality' prices must Ia cdi.-
carded. But In the n.-g un,
there is more profit 10 be made
from a lot of tourists spending
amai amounts than from a
few wealthy visitors.
Commenting on th'- stLady,
rise in tourist trafficc to r.alti
during recent years, Lihei speak
er, sad that our rivalry viLh
other. Caribbean islands [afri-.
endly but nevertheless compe"
'tors.) would be more effecti-
ve if we provided more for the
tourists to do. .Above all,. he
warned, don't give them the
same atmosphere as they get
at home, wlth the'beautiful sce
nery and abundance of 'local
colour you have here, there is
a great deal of opportunity to
show visitors soInething new.*
He' added' that the price-
cuts affect only Hiti (Round


tflL- lL, s.i t .,..,arr- > 0- %. A.. .-
MODEL IBOVE A m'hite ni-
Ion creation by ADELE S,1SSI-
NE with pink 'pointlilles.. May
be ordered from BQIUT.QL,
ADELE SASSINE, Ave. ffa
gny. -Petit Four.
ALSO)IN STOCK ARE : Ho. x
faw souvenirs & jewelry, hats
from Paris, .French-des;n,jvi
skirts '(ready mnade or made to
measure) iFrench perfumes, ori
ginol designs by Adele- Sassine
Haut Couture.

TOPS 'EM ALL


Distribution
Joseph N adal and Co.


e For New Trade


'are-Reduction
trip tickets reduced to $105)
and the Dominican Republic
($110).
Mr. Larrabee mentioned the
Importance of beaches, saying
we are lucky that such ,excep-
tional bathing beaches, are to
be found along the N o r t h
Shore. -
Propaganda was one of the
phases of h e i n-
dustry 'to which. Mr. Larra-
bee felt we could pay more at-
teption.
.Just as a shop-owner will
attract custom by advertising
a $2.-95 article (which sounds a
lot less than $3), then when
customers are In the store sell
them a $15 article, so hotel-ow-
ners in. Haiti need'to advertise
European Plan rates as well
as American Plans, Mr. Lrr-
abee said.
He exhimed that the Euro-
pean plan looked more attrac-
tive on .paper, and a e v e n
though guests might e a t
away from your, hotel. the-,
will be going to other ho-
tels for their meafts (that's
.one.thing they ipW.do- eat.)
anid-hfAgpeats o( otbfer hotels
AiitAe-'tbeir meals In 'our

The veteran tourism expert
added that It is unwise to quote
bn'ly minimum rates, 'as guests
are angry when they see hotel
rooms advertised alt one prie.
and find' they have to pay h gh-
er rates as all minimum rooms
are taken.
-Set 'em up by categor-y3 Mr
Larrabee suggested. '

GLAD TO DISTRIBUTE
PUBLICITY MATERIAL

Explaining the carriers are
as much interested in the po-
pularity of a resort with tou-
rists as the touristic interests
in the resort itself, Mr. Lanra-
bee stated Pan American would
be glad to distribute folders
and other pubicity material
'In fact we are doing that
right now. he added.
UNNDIFRLINES VALUE OF
CO-OPERATION
Praising the work accomplish-
?d by our Tourist Bureau, and
he director --popular, well-
known Pierre Chauvet,, Larr-
ibee said the Individual Inte-
rests of the tourist industry
here should cooperate, form
img an association which could


SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5


cHAITI SUN'

iron out mutual problems and
policy lines.
Mr. Georges Heraux. head of
the Hotel Association recalled
that last year such an 'orgaEn-
sationm had been created and
had dissolved after a few meet-
ings.
Mr. Elias Noustas mentioned
it.he two existing Tourist and
Gift Shop Associations, citing
them as a sign of the progre-s
'made towards co-opera'ion.
Mr. Larrabee suggested that
delegates from the Hotel Asso
ciation, and 4the other groups
met to discuss mutual pro-
blems in a sort of common
council and Mr. Heruux sup-
ported the suggestion, empha-
sising the importance of hav-
Ing delegates as ewe all talk
too much'.

DELTA'SS CONTRIBUTION
Director of Tourism Pierre
Chauvet took. advantagR of
lull in the rather lively discus-
sion arising from Mr. Lan-
abee's speech (the gist of
which he gave in French) to
introduce another Airline Re-
presentative with good tia-
ings.
Miss Fances Niles from the
Dallas office of Delta C&9
took the floor and broadhvd a
plan on which she had 'sold.
the Amnierican Faehon Assoca
don: the adoption of a Haitian
theme for the Yanuty- models.
The thine,, Aeturn, tb'o--lia
turev based on a painting by'
Hyppolite, wll 'be used also in
the three magazines of the.
assoclati6n, with the painting
reproduced on the cover. Ra-
dio talks and TV programries
sponsored by the organization
albo wili, plug ,fIafiti.
1200: were nee.ed. she ccx-


XxX
plained to pay the expenses of
a group of journalists and pho-
tographers to visit Haiti.
After some discussion, it
was agreed. that the Hdtel
owners amid other Tourist in-


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troducers and translatorm at
the meeting. "

FOR SALE
For Sale by original owner
1952 Studebaker Chainam


terests would pay tramnsporta- pion' Sedan; 6 -cylinders., 2.
tion costs and M fs Niles hw- door, green.; with b-ran I-net.
ped that Delta C-&"S wou!d l ateryi'-,-.new tires; .; JtheitV"
agree td.Tidtl e biaot&- Otn.A cohini.tn .;"'
Chamber of Oommerce Pre- 1955 License plates.
sident Charles Fequiere and A Telephbie 4245, or write to
Minister to Tourism Pierre Mrs. M. A. MiNer,
Chauvet were chairmen, in- Box 464, Port-au-Pri.ce.




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Dallas and


California
Via connection with Delta-C&S and Arica DC-4 6 ag
light at New Odrleans. Flights three times weey to NAYVA44k.
NEW ORLEANS, ahlso CAD RUJMMLO and SAN JUAN
Phone: 3313 |or nn 11 nin1 ufM
SIcm JlpMn & Co. Edg.
_^^^^^^^B^^&_JOL "oa" & CO. GMomm Ma-ik


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Curt Strand. Vicd-President of Hilton International Hotel.
chain being welcomed at Bow en-Ffeld by'friend, Hot .p7ii' veT.
Robert Ba ussa.n Mr. Standspent Thanksgiving al .7bo-Lel:-'
entroute to look over the new Hiltmo Hotel in Cuba.











Dr. Martinez Fortun and
_ Nurse Maria de Biaz, mem-
'bers of the Cuban Committee
Sfor aid to'Hatl announced du-
' ring their stay here last week-
Mnd that 'in the first week of
December., a Cuban warship
will unload' a cargo of foods-
.rffs, and thousands of coffee
l[ants for aid to hurricane vic-
lims. ,

: Also. the 'tnambers at the
cdOfnilttele 'dawn from Cliban
pro4Haiti sdcieties and institu


lions, are holding $4000 for
our sinistr6s until Cuban Am-
bassador Pierre Rigaud tells
them whether the Haitian peo-
ple would like the money or
beds and supplies bought on
the spot.

Dir. Fortun, Professor of Hy-
giene and Preventative Medi-
Sclne at Havana University,
spoke of the strong bonds of
friendship between Cuba and
Haiti Mn an interview with
-Le Nationals last week. He


aaaeeeaflfleeeeaeae


!Si1J7DAY, DECEMBER 5


Coffee Plants and Foodstuff
Gift from Cuban Committee


mentioned the co-operation of
the schools, and other institu
Lions of Cuba, and the spont'a-
nity of eiheir response. The Cu-
ban Aviation Company volun-
teered free transportation for
supplies sent from Cuba to
aid Haitian hurricane victims.

FOR SALE
OldSmobile Convertible 1949,
Deluxe Completely overhaul-
ed new upholstery new
top radio white sidevall-
ed tires Hydromatic drive.
Best cash offer accepted. TeL
ASHTON 3248 or 3217.


CLINIQUE DOCTOR I. GOLDENBUG
OEMIATRICIAN
Hours :
8-11 &. n.
Consultation, Ave. Christophe,
Clinic Dr. SYLVAIN
except Tudsdag and Saturday.
4-6 p m
Clinic at Petion-ville Ave. Pan-meriran
Child Sapecialist"


HEART OF

EXPOSITION


O IAREA

OPPOSITE

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A IR-CONDITIONWD

MARBLE TIT,

FAVOURITE OP

HAITIANS AND


TOURISTS


DITEINATIBNAL
Neow Featuring A Sensational
Series of Tea ,Dances by
The Beau Rivage Pool


SThe Only Hotel Offering a
Choice of BOTH EUROPWAN and AMERICAN PLANS


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


DISTRIBUTORS:
WILLIAM NARR.
7, Rue des Fronts-Farts, Port-au-Prince
JEAN BOURGEOIS,
Aux Cayes.
M. DESaUIRON, SUCCRS,
Jefimie.
Jacmel.
ALPHONSE AR.EAGA,
B teill"Ves.
BOIUCARD A Co.
RATSNON LAROC.E.
aCmtnMift


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PANAMA USE PAIIARA CANAL COMPANY
Arrivals and departures during
the month f embnher'and December
*_________*\
Fastest Freight and Passengers service between New-York
*'Port-au-Prince and Cristobal, .nd vice-versa, accepting ca
go both ways including cargo co and from Europe via New
York and via Cristobal: also from the West/'Coast of Cen-
tral/South America, and the Far East via Ctistobal C.Z.
Sailings from New York every Thursday; arrivals at Port
au-Prin'ce every Monday, except when a holiday falls on
Thursday In New York, sailing then will be on Friday, arri-
val Port-au-Prince Tuesday.
Sallingk. from Port-au-Prince' to New York every Monday.


IN THE


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1%. ThZoSA~f~t" X~iurt /Stne~e UtHaiti.
$a.. tiwn 9 an.c&t m O @.i m tte'uj.

"Vdeo-ieu ps c ted {jet jMu bijI
"-Nat -fmrr
^UORCELAIN 'jfA^IM ROYALCOP[NHA5EN.R9YALWVINNA -*
RINr & GRBENOAHI X"&rmeya' 1tat t EMBROIDERIES '


HAITI SUN*


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HOTEL BEAU RIVAGE

For The Best Food in Town
AND

UNRIVALLED SERVICE


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Woman Shot...


(Continued from page 1)

live. Petit Goave where he was
employed to the tax office.
Two months after the wed-
ding the man lost his job and.
the following year they had
a daughter.
Statuesque, -handsome Nina
and her stocky husband (shbrt
-ar than she was) separated
in 1951, and three months ago
Obas won a divorce suit accor
ding to their lawyer). He
was then once more with the
Bureau de Contributi on s
where he had been re-instated
in 1952.

CONSTRUCTION OF
THE ORIME

An overturned chair beside
a S!iger. sewing machine
and a partially made dress
found on the first floor lan-
ding indicates that Obas accos-
ted his ex-wife while she was
sewing.
An unfurnished room ope.
nb* onto the landing was trueac
ked with blood-stains making


.-HAITI SUN.


a trail around the room anm
out to the narrow balcony
where the woman, appar-nlly
bad J)een trapped. Parts of a
broken razor were found on
the balcony, one of the sup-
ports was bloodsniieared, and
tov l. spreadd over the rail to
dry were soaked in blood. Ni-
na's severed ear was found on
the floor of the room.
In the murdered v'onman's
bedroom a- suitcase and bas-
ket lay on the bed packed for
her journey to PetIt Goave the
afternoon of the crime. She
was to have left the day befo-
re-by camion, her family sa'd,
but her brother, Hossam Le-
brim,. had persuaded her to
wait an dgo in his car-the fol-
lowing day.
The ordnly persons In the
house when Obas attacked his
ex-wif were her ailing sister,
Mrs. Nelson Noel, with whom
Nina was spending a few days,
and two servants.

KILLER KEPT WATCH ON
HOUSE EVE OF MURDER:
Mrs. Noel's son LAonel, who


table for a gift to a lover, (see
photo front page).
Mrs. Noel. wearing, a blood-
stained polka-dot blouse and


SUNDAY, DiECEMBE.R 5

grey skirt, was in a hysi.e-rical
condition, and .friends feared
the shock may have affected
her mind.


was away at school when the
crime was perpetrated, told
Yorw- Report er that h e
hadl. seen the killer stan -
cing under a lampspost
post on a near-by corner, ap-
parently watching the house.
The boy s iJdl he and his
'dunt walked across and as-
ked Oba wh y n re was
Waching the house when he
vwas no longer married to Nina.
Obas replied that he wa,
waiting for a man, -Mr. Le-
maire Joseph. to take hrm to
Petion-Vil.j.e. He was .'?por-
ted-ly seen lurking arour., as
late as 10 p.m.
I
Investigation by Recherches
Crimifieles experts led to ihe
(discovery that the o-Solinger.
razor with which Obas killed
his wife was bought from Gran'1
Rue canimercant Anasta.'iu -Ja-
zawi 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, -
minutes before the crime.

An apparently recent photo-
graph, found at the scene of
thl crime, bears out Obas's sta-
tement that it was a 'drame
passionel. : the enlarged print
showed him Looking most ele-
gant, the type of picture sui-


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It appears more than co-incidental that the apparently pre-meditated killing of a
woman should be perpetrated just one week after a man accused of stabbing his
wife to death with eleven vicious blows of an ice-pick (Nov. 195v) walked out
of the criminal court a free man set at liberty by a jury who pronounced him
not guilty.
It is of extreme interest to note that Klebert Obas after shooting and cutting his
wife left her for dead and and walked the short distance to Police HQ to report his
.crime passionel., exactly as Emile Pervil did a year ago. The only differences were:
Pervil had a shorter distance to walk, and he told the officer on duty he had injured
his wife in a little struggle whereas Obas gave the facts, stating his motive his
divorced-wife refused to re-instate him in her affections.
There have been many excuses given as to why the majority of murderers during
the past five years have escaped any penalty other than a few months detention
awaiting trial. Weak prosecution has been cited as the main one.
Haiti has perhaps the lowest crime rate per capital and is one of the few countries-
in the world whieo a foreliper Islf, from the Uimes that are a by-preduct If
modern society: but if confessed killers are allowed to go free, a crime wava may
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5 HAITI. SULN

WISF an OTHEWiS roaring and ,he rum--


By J. C. IMerrill


Kenscoff at midnight is the
swirling, protean, dash where
the sensation of rivers pur-
ging my arms links my ten-
dons with the dead 'who lie
seeping the marrow from their
bones until it magnifies me,
colliding, as when two meet
in a street of darkness where
no eye peroelves the strugg-
ling snails racing In a minim
of wind towards a sulphurus
&dgenda..
Kenscoff at -midnight is the
lieu of festering pleasure, swar
ming with putrid, living
worms singing their prothala-
mion, who embrace me bur-
ning the ridges, like harde-


ning stones shedding their
winter skins to force me down
in Lhe filtered water where lie
the oppressed multitudes in
their failing equilibrium de-
prived pf breath.
Quo vadis? wrote Aristotle
to Alexander the Great. proud
and unbending In his aria-
nism.


Quo vadis? asks the female
peasant of Kenscoff, squirming
ming, slithering through the
barrows of ischium excrement
where the dead lie seeping the
marrow from their -bones, lis-
tening to the wailing from the
minarets of Pakstcan. and the
rumbling of the underground
'trains in Moscow.


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with Listerine and disappears
into' the barrows where the
decaying dead are seeping the
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roaring and coming nearer to
the female peasant of Kens-
coff whose feet are no longer
tired as she lies quietly in the
barrows beside the dead. be-
fore resuming her inevitable
journey. -


Kenscoff at midnight is"& dU
female peasant, a structure of
bones filled with marrow, gli-
ding, marching, stretohi n g..-
Mr. B. Diederich
grasping for some unattainae
ble end while the underground Haiti Sun
Port au Prince
trains of Moscow roll and roar. .P -
Kenscoff at midnight is the
Dear Mr. Diedetichl
smooth, undulating, revolting
"hills under which the barrows .When I .saw. in 'Haiti
of the dead have dried, the.,thi s mnornirg uwe itai
marrow has seeped from the'- wise and Otherwise.
bones, and the bones are des- wed by the name J, C. N
icated or dust. Still, the bu- I was surprised and monr
ried centuries propogate new a- little hurt, if not mdi
marrow and infinity-will re-,%.Wipe and Otherwise-
sohlve itself as the wailing from Diederich, I have always
the minarets of Pakistan go- leved was my property.
crescendo when the trains of as miy signature is my p
Moscow are vaporized by the ty. You have no more ri
Hydrogen bomb. use this heading for the


Judas hung .nimself on a
tree, but no man knows what
became of the thirty pieces of
silver he was paid for the be-
trayal of his Lord.
This is my conception of
Kenscoff at -midnight.
x x x
Th two poems appearing be-
low have both .been published
::". ""
before 'Catalysis of the
Atom* .in-'.The Amnerican Scho-
lar-, July 1953. and the 'Rent
Collector, in the .HopkInsRe-,
view'. 'May 1954.

THE RENT COLLECTOR
SI com from afar
btenzna aie shuaow
Uj int aancing skeleton
\. ho was a dry-cleaner
tejore. his flesh was shed.

Under the aspens,
1 dance z'ith the skeleton,
And merry maidens,
With their rent unpaid,
Look on, unashamed.

For they are butt shadows
Behind their cosmetics
And under their clothing
They all look like drabs...
Which is not as it should be.
U
SThey should pulse- with
beauty
As stars pulse with light


Buz thtir bodies are sat
And inezr souls unwas
This is not as it shout
Under the aspens.
I dance with the skele
Of a long dead dry-clea
And the merry maiden
Look on unashamed
Though their rent is ui
This is not at-all as it
should be
When dinner is served
Their landlord the Dev
Will call fbi his rent.
That is as it should be
xxx
CATALYSIS Of THE A
The force within the pt
hour
Once yielded to hydraui
power.
Now gravitation's might
rune
Can pluck new flowers
the moon
When each fresh fissio
isotope
Has sung with Gregor
Pope.


of another writer than you
would to publish his work un-
der my name.
^Hgilg
I am sure that if you had
asked my perminissfon to use' IN" flJOTj
the heading I would have gran, BVTAU
ted it without hesitation Ho- I
wever I am also sure thlt if '
I had read the episode from ? O,

'Picture of-Futurity* a n d .m
-Blue -Pomegranate, before EMILE
'they appeared In .Haiti Sun, 4 S-4pi.
I wouldhave violently ob /20-7/
I would ,have violently objee.'------


rjei
illow ted to the use of 'Wise and
shed.
Sbe! Otherwise, by Mr Merrill
Books like 'Picture ofFutt.
eton rity, and' poems like 'Blue
neTr,
s Pomegranate, find publishers
paid. and readers, I know, Mr. Die.
derich,, but I don't understand
them, and I don't like themm,
;il There6fore, I object to the fuir-
ther use of 'Wise and Other-
wise- by Mr. Merrill. A man
1T03f of his education and ability
should be able to think up a ., .
Llic suitable heading for the tripe
hty he writes.
Sfraiom Very truly yours.
ned T. J. GRANT. T
ry the
S Editor's note: Mr. Merrill*

was shown Mr. Grant'tq' letter.
He read it and rearkIed that:
he was not writing for people
of Mr. Grant's type and sug-
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*HAITI SUN.


SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5 ':.


ag

Minister Of Health Tells Reporters

of $100.000 rehabilitation center


To bring' the public up to
date on, -the activities of .Ibe
Health Department, Minister
Roger Dorsinville held a press
conference Monday morning in
his office.

Leading newspapermen of
the capital were told that six
or seven months ago a case of
polio was reported : an enquiry
was immediately started by
Health authorities and a com-
mission was formed to inves-
tigate.
The disease was discovered
to be not yet In the epidemic
I


stage, the Minister said. in fact
from 1951-54 only about 20 ca-
ses were recorded. But Presi-
dent. Magloire, w h e n the
threat of an epidemic was re-
vealed, ordered the department
to take the necessary steps and
a $100.000 bill was passed to
construct a Rehabilitation Cen
ter for victims of polio and
other contagious diseases.


During he building of the Re-
habilitation Center, polio had
taken an alarming hold on Ja-
maica, a few hundred miles
from our southern coaSt The


This $100.000 rehabilitation center built at Frires will help prevent polso epedemics
and refit inv.lids for productive life. Inagnuratim takes place tomorrow.


aims of the new institution, Mi
nister Dorslnville stated, was
the restitution of full physical
powers (as far as possible) to
sufferers from disease, making
them once more useful citizens
capable of filling a place in
the community.

The treatment envisaged for
the new Center at Freres is the
most modern, medicines and
physiotherapic equipment the
most advanced available. The
massage theater Is still to be
equipped but all therapy treat.
ment materials have been as
sembled in the physiotherapy
room.

otl and cold watet ueaL-
ment also is to be included and
a large specially-built swimm-
ing pool has been built for this
purpose.
Reorientation works o p s
where patients can relearn
their trades after treatment is
also to be included and hand
and pedal sewing machines, and
other instruments are being
bought to outfit the ateliers..
Up to 40 patients will be ad.
emitted to the hospital the
Health Minister announced.
The entire building, includ-
ing the quarters of nurses and
doctors will .be modern in cons
tructton and design allowing


Minister Roger Dersinuille seen describing new polo hospital and explaining its par-
pose to newsmen at the Health Department Monday


maximum eff iciency In the ad
mimnistration of the hospital
he continued.
Four rooms have been spe-
cially dedicated : Independen-
ce Hero Henrl Christophe will
be patron of one, while the
other three will be named aft-
er F. D. Roosevelt, former US
president who was a polio vic
tim as a child Fred Shite Jr
who lived 18 months in an
iron lung in the US before dy.
Ing of the disease, Sister Joan
Margaret whose courageous
fight against polio and other


t.*%*. .`^. -.%... ` *..-t *'t.-t*t `*.' '' '"^* "* *'' diseases has made her one of


Haiti's heroes of medicine. ,
The Catholic Chapel will be.
dedicated to St- Paul, patron
Saint of the President. of.Ate
Republic, and the gardena 'i.'l
bear the name of our' FIs
Lady. :"
DrsI. Athemas' Bellerive and
Jean Bourand furnished tech-
nical details concerning the .neW.
hospital before the end of the
conference.

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Andre Sam, and SIPP's Geie-'
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^DYDECEMBER5


HAITI SUN


H AITI SUN

:. THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER

COMMUNITY WEEKLY PUBLISHED SUNDAY MORNING
S EDITOR-PUBLISHER BERNARD DIEDERICH
GERANT RESPONSIBLE RONY CHENET FLS
Founded
.,.. SEPTEMBER 1950


SYachtsmen Steer

|Clear Ot Haiti
CUT RED TAPE AND CLEAR FOGGY IDEAS
OF CONSULS AND PORT OFFICIALS
*."' CONCERN NING VISITING YACHTING
..... certaini: regulations -and the. -levy- of
.'ar'&*. fes o -have driven the- fleets of
;o'1,0q e .yachts t.o seek Poarts-o.cu l,
r r t se. oas FHA ti,' during Caribbean
fCIA S. 1!*'.S .
v\..Comljand~rdelr;@ BCrandall, in an interview
published in the 'SuM .told some of
$V: ...
,.pm- i sse e thesw U.S. and ia and 'paral
--'te~led bthi Bahoanas by the Tranvsrea, allows
a yacht freedom of. a ou'ntry's ports.
.e said that few \yaChts9Tler would visit Haiti
i' while the neccessf. rontiwnued of submitting to
formal searches on entry into the provincial
Sports as well as Port au Prince.
ASkipper Crondall's warning proved well-faun-
ed as since the depdrtire of his schooner.
Tepee. in May, no other yacht entered Port
F au Prince Bay until this past, week, whereas
during the 1949 season 32 yachts dropped-anir
char here. Information travels quickly tf
yachting c0tcles, and there are no finer' publi-
If cists than yachtsmen who lecture and talk to
thousands of people throughout the world. And


rneir worn .usually is accepted as gospel.
i.. he first yacht since the departure of Skipper
.Cranda.l, th, ?jwAdios., made port here last
:. eek-end, manned by a husky young Cafifor-
*.. .nand his wife. They- had come frotm Great
Inagua where they had obtained a. il, of..
Health for $5 (after, arguing the Consu, an
SEricson- Chemical 'Co. bother, dowum fr',n
Sthe nrfqinal 15 dollar demand).

S When the 32 foot Tahitian ketch showed up
Shere mid-morning. Friday 26, Immigration au-
Ihor.tie&, bqarded her, glanced scornfully at the
L"B.0l of Health, iohich boasted a 5- gourde
.'st.p, aznd demanded $10 more.- The officials
uniteded it i. 'customary. to pay immigration
i: ..' sruaron tine feesm nd the couple, who ,reeon-
tlcompleted a' yachttrip around the world
Without paying a cent in Whatbour fees, stalled
tham!by asking to. be allowedj.bj'ne to cash a%
scheet/tie ashore.
m Director.,oqfL'Td.uism, Pierre Chauvet, was ad-
vised of the.. customary. fee and promised im-
mediate ,action. .
'IW.e suggest that Tourist officials and lar-
-. bour authorities get. together and work out a
Joint communique lwhioh may be issued to. rhe
.., atiar. Consulates throughout the worlf wiho
1.4t:lYn all accounts seem vague on yachting re-
~.EtfoBnft.
.'.ae. new regulations governing visits of
.: l chts to .aitian ports could be circula.rised to
." ::*ll.,yachting clubs pnd associations, thus lifting
Ot-e barrier that seems to be blocking our ports.
," ThougA yachtsmen'" protest against being
t" :otaen for a ride, by port officials they are
E-: not averse tb .living it up. while in. port.
i:::44
't year, MAr. and Mrs Arthur Borden who
C. in on the 'Southwindc left an estimated
S000behind. So with our touristic attractions
the quiet, ideally situated Casino pier, msu-


/


revised by Willie Rocours, the protected Port
au Prince harbour, nd other jaciliies, we
should be pble to derive a wortwlile income
from the yacht-borne tourist trade... if the re-
gulations governing their entry are clarified
ard the cxrction of fees discontinued.


MONOPOLISTS KEEP $ 4.000 NEEDED
FRENCH PUBLICATIONS FOR PRESERVATION
PRICES HIGH CITADEL
In spite of the franclh.s. '.. Canals should be cut around
cently accorded tof l-'' ;i outside of Christophe's Cl-


DOMINICAN EMBASSY
Communique
f!
The Embassy of the Domin-' .
can Republic makes known to
interested parties that the Ge.
neral Consulate of the said
Embassy, is in a position to fur
nish full' information, such as
prices, samples, etc., on the
following Dominican -products:.
RICE, REFINED COCOA


journals 'being imported .nt) tadel to rain of water tha i ;s PEANUT OIL (for table and


the country, the price f graduaLly eating away its


kitchen), FRUIT, EGGS,


French newspapers and minag- ialls, Italian architect Teren- CORN, FLOUR, CORN MEAL,


zines has risen instead of tA'-
1-ing, according to a statonint
in 'Le National, Monda.'.


zio stated in his recomnmnendar
tion to the Government this
week.


The, newspaper blamrl iho Terenzio, invited to make a
unjustified price hike on the survey of the Citadel in .order
mnonopolyholders and drew o cdEtermlne what would have


the attention of the Depart-
mnenmIts of Commerce and. Natio
nal Education and the t.n-
mercial attache of France.
to the 15% increase in Sales
price when the Cost pad drop-
ped by 20%.


to be done for Its preserva-
tion,* recommended also the
walls of the .130 year old
fortress be Waterproofed.,
The entire preservation pro-
cess would cost about'$4000 he
estimated. I


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Those interested may obtain
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the means of, transportation.
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER


cHAITI SUN>
rage 10


have to give the Agricultural
Center one egg per two chicks
received, and these eggs will
-be hatched in an incubator,
then redistributed.


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'*-- righily Dancing

8 P.M. to 1 &M.

In Air-condilioned )
: ,BAMBOCHE ROOM,,

Featuriing Haitian Folklore.
L"t*' *' *" -'^ *' *" -" -"^ .* -- .- ." .. .- ^ ^


27.000 Day-Old Chicks 7o Be
Basis Poultry Breeding Plan


to DamienI executives and U.N. Df irector Ray P Astle
Representative AglIon at Da- UN Home Economics
mien Wednesday noon. SCIPA were also on hand
r occasion. \


A chain reaction which even
tually will improve the breed
of poultry throughout the en
tire republic is expected to be
touched off by the donation of


27.000 baby chicks to -ait uy This process will be repeat-
two US philanthropic organize ed till all of Haii is supplied
tions with meat-and-egg.producirng
The chicks flown down Tues poultry from which to breed.
day, with veteran hatchery ope Donated by the Heifer. Asso
rator John R. Thorne of Rocky ciation and the CROP (both
Mount North Carolina. will be non denominational Ohurch-
distributed from Damiens to a initiated programmes for im.
hand-picked nucleus of farm. proving livestock in needy
ers. The recipients will in turn countries), the shipment of




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.day-olds, contains New Hamp i
shire, Rhode Island, and White
Rock chickens. Money for the
project was collected from
hatcheries, flock-owners, and
feed-producers throughout the
United States.

. The shipment is the second
half of a gift which consisted
of bulls, asses, goats and hogs
as well as chickens. The first
batch was delivered under the
care of Rev. Carl Key a n d
ranch-owner J.. L. Patterson
-November 20.


-Originator of the whole plan
was UN Permarnent Reqesen
tative Raoul Aglion who asked
for -Heifer'3s, aid when the as
sociatiioan's representative Metz
ger visited Haiti three months
ago.
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Poultry.man Tnorne, shown
around the chicken .farms cho-
sen for the first gift of chic-
kens, cbommented in his Caro-
lina Lrawl : Conditions could
be modernised a bit, and a
little more experience in scien
tific methods is needed, but
just as we in the US started
off eating chicken once a week
and now are able to place it
on the daily bill of fare, I don't
see why you-all .can't*
4
Distribution. maaterrnLnded,
by Mir.ister Andre Dumesle
and Damlen Director iClaude
PreivaL will take .plce early
this month. Mr. Thorne offi..
cially 'handed over. the ship-
ment (one lost' on the flight)


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Haiti's famous *homard flam-
me. has been enthusiastically
acclaimed by visiting epicu:ies,
and featured by 'Imperial
Linen.u
But foreigners areu't'the only
connoisseurs of food. Haitians
know where the meat Is' done
just right, where wines are of a
perfect vintage and flavour to
mellow their mood and form the
perfect foil for each delightful
course. "-
That's why special occasions
are observed at -Aux Cosaques..
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Mrs. Gossett and their 1 4-
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Ples manager in 1950
as no s ,anger to
rnng served as tempo- HAITI TO PARTICIPATE
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lli.id' July of 1953, when
m:d' o 1953.when. ,* 'Haitian athletes will compete
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C"AN II N T A EV Games to be held in Mexico
CANA HPV next year, according to an
AIR CONDITIONNER announcement in the bulletin
).' \ ~of the Olympic Committee pu-
-1' ,blished November 26.
r A. Reasonable The bulletin declared that
wnn Tv n T \both President Mgloire andd
.LLI Director of Sports FelieMx Baker '
"/
F'IRSKM had announced their intention
F *-. of organizing a Haitian team
t9for the event.

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Pag .2 -i
- General Antioine Levelt.


d'Etat Major of the Army.
flew last Saturday to Port de
*PaLX. Accompanied by the Ar-
my Quartermaster and Engi-
neer Oswald Hyppolite, the
General inspected construction
work at Casernes Eugene Ma.
gloire in that town.

xx x
Ambassador and Mrs Rov
Tasco Davis will leave by P3
nama Line on Monday Dec'm-
ber 6th, for a month's holiday
in their hometown. Silvers
spring, Maryland, accompanied
by grandson, Todd Lowe.

XXX
Mr. and Mrs Eugene Kenol
will"celebrate their wedding
anniversary on December 6th
after two years of wedded b!iss
Mrs Kenol is the charming Se
cretary at the Institut Halla-
no-American.


XXXDecemberst was the bih
December 1st was the birt.h-


prof. Parnel Marc left for
Havana Sunday morning to at-
tend the current nuclear ener.
gy conifaence.
XXX
Me. J. F. Magny, Member of
the Administrative Council of
the National Bank, left for
Washington Sunday on busi-
cess.
XXX
Miss C. Phlippe, recently
back from a training course in
nursing at Chicago Memorial
Hospital, and Provident Hos-
pital In the United States, has
been appointed to the IDASH
staff.

XX X


Dr. Louis Roy, chief of the
Haitian Red Cross, took time
out from round-the.clock hu'-
ricane relief work to celebra-
to his birthday Monday. Tu-
berculosis Sanatorium s t a f f
members gave a party in, ho.
nour of Dr. Roy who also
heads that institution.

XXX
Mrs. Frank Basile clippered
Thursday to the US where she
will join her husband, Dr. Ba-
sile, who has teen, studying
obstetrical medicine for -the
past year. They will return to-
gether in about a month.

XXx


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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5':,
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Chistflan FiLs-ALme r o s .. Mr. Alieen Morris, colum
somewh'a-t earlier than I i h for a group of Florida Det
u.,ual hour of 5:00 a mt On Piri- papers (chiefly -political 'w:
day, December 3rd. T h e ter) arrived Tuesday ac:x
months hard F'naUly caught up) panied by his wife T
with him rind h? gw-gled that journalist, who compiles a
WLife begins at one. rila H ndbook, and Mrs Mo
ris leave for home to0mof.
x x x They are presently lodged
Hoted Beau Stie.


December 8th i. the birthday
anniversary of Philippe Fou-
chard, Phil is visiting with his
father in Inagua Bahamas,
and birthday cards of his wco-
pains, in Port-au-Prince have,
already been posted.

XXX
In the absence. of Engineer
Vlliedrouin, Lochard is entrus-
ted with command of the Ex-
position.

xxx
Eminent Historian Dantes
Bellegarde was' Puerto Rico
bound this week.


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pghlight of the sporting, week
as the first division clash Fri
by between Victory and Vio-
ette (3rd and 2nd in last
ears results respectively)
tjich ended in a crushing 3-1
n for Victory.
XXX
Lovely Teresita GuihMon, a su
'reolame, for Monte Cristi,
KR is over the border Visiting
ors. Ionel d'Aidesky.
S XXX
'I. x x
-Diana Merritt Kovler of Ki
l aft for Miami 'this past
*^week., o

fx x x
Martha Scott ceabrated her

h birthday Wednesday... Nan
cy Leggett bad her 8th Mon-
day.


XXX
Miss Jessy Goldman is get-
Ling married on the 10 Ih to
Mr. Amndre Chalmers at Sacre
'Coeur.
xxx
Exchanging wedding vows
last night were Miss Marie
Oanrmelie Fortune and Mr. Eu-
gene Martelhly. Mrs. Auguste
Allexis and Mr. Coraro Salim-
bene were -. narraine and
parraine.
xxx
SMiss Viriane Giraul: was
married to Gerard Maisonneu-
:ve last night, at Sac-e-Coeur
tie Turgeau Church.


SXXX
'Dr. and Mrs Elie Villard arc re
.':*trlirug from several months
at the U. N. In New York Tues
day.



XxX


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Dan Alen is .looking fo- 2
talented musiciansns to bring
Rendez-vous back to lic'e. "1 hLy
merit. Prestige, instr-umerfi;s
.bribeless,w i t h o u t tempera.
m erit, pl.c-stl.e, iin :t'triinL'n',s
andl clients will b! furnished
by the 'Rendez-Voui-.-
xxx
Haiti's popular progres-.ive
Hotel magnate, Albert Silvera,
celebrated his birthday Wed-
nesday .
XXX
Mrs. Genevieve, Paret, M.N's.
Lionel dAdesky and Evelyne'
d'Adesky left Wedneday on a
Caribbean Tour A family
re-union wIU take place in Ja-
maica at Christmas.
xxx
Mr Georges Dupuy and son
Charles flew to CT Thursday.
xxx
Mr. T. M. Vaswani is over
from Kingston'visiting w i th
the Dadlianis of Maison Orlen-
tale.
XXx
Mrs. Simone Odelde Ttr-
ned from 6 months in Europe
thIs week, looking very chic
wIth nephew 15- year-old Clau-
de Augufte Jr. Who has been
studying In neigland and Fran
ce.


xxx
Suave diplomat Jacques Ni-

colas Loger, Haitian Ambassa-
dor to'Washington, is in Lown
i
for a short sojourn. His trip
is in connecitiOn with the co-
miring trip of P.r-e s id en t
Paul Magdoireto Was-
hington upon the invitation sf
President Eisenhower.
xxxi

Mrs. 'Fito> Dominique has
opened a new florist .sfihop -
Dalu located in Turgeau, vis-


a-vis the Turgeau Tennis
Club.
xxx


SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5


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Barbara Southerland over froin
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CT I a s t weekend visiting
friends received the sad news
that her step-mother had been
killed 'and her father serious-
Jy injured in a New York mo.
tor accident. Mrs. Southorland
flew straight to New York.
I X A .
Mr Joseph Nadal is harre
f r o m California whea. he
attended the ASTA talks and
saw student son Jejn-C!-rude.
X X *
xx;

Reynolds' Metal Vice-Pdt. and
Pdt. of Reynold's Mines In Hal
ti, Mr. Walter'L. Ifice *.-"as in
town this week and moved Mi-
ragoane Bauxite mining a;io-
ther step forward.
xxx
Cuban danseusee, Gladys Mcc-
ra has set a new precedent in
Port-au-Prince : not only is she
a polished performer (her
I
song-and'dance acts have been

setting the town on fire) bu"
aJso she is winning, friends for
Cuba as an extremely charm-
ing goodwil amwrbassador.


.XXX
Rodolphe Moise, son of De-
puty Jean Madrie Moise, pas-
sed the Scole N'ationaje Supe-
rieure des Beaux Arts (Parils)
entrance exam recently. The
ceramics genius has spent the
past 3 years in France.
XXX "
Saturday w'as the birthday of '
Carola and 'Shirley Stecher. A
big party with ai the young c
fry in attendance was held to
celebrate the occaslon at .the
Portait-.Prince home of Mrs.
Baby Stecher,
4
xxx
Rev Father Francis Griffin,
Superior of the Cdn.gregation h
of Fathers of th4 Petit Semi- ,
urire arrived Thursday after-
noon from Havana for a week
here before going on to San. l
Juan.. V
TXXX "?

Colonel Emile Zamor is ret urnd H
ng this week from his trip
abroad.
xxx to
Artist Robe] Paris, is return- e
ng to Port aboard 'ihe S. .3.
Aneon December 7th.
XX X te


-HAI1TI SUN-


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Point IV's Chief, Raymond I
SmTnih, dippered in to Pont or
Tuesday, from home leave in
the U S Mrs. Smith is expect-
cEl back next week. The dis
tinguished Director of U S Mis
sons Operations, and his wife,
left Haiti on October 4th for a
well-earned rest and vacation
in their home town of Portland
Oregon. A part of it, however,
tcok thin to Washington, D.
C. for emergency consultations
arising from the now famous
Hurricane Hazel. D u r i n g
Director Smith's absence Mr.
Stan:'ey Baretnson did an ex
excellent job as commander.
I
xxx
Colonel Conrad Foldansbee :s
returning to the U S with his
wife this week, turning over
the management; of -Le Per
choir, to a Swiss and tihe kit-
chen. to a Swiss-French chef.
The Colonel put the Percholr,
back in running order with the
best music and cuisine it is
now open daily from 6 p m 1o0
3 &. m.
XXX

Georges Peters, longtime top
employee of Esso was the cent-
er d9 a series of fetes this week
He is now giving Sonaco the
benefit of his experience as
Office Manager.
xxx
Hank Perea, manager of Delta
C&S in Ciudad. is spending 3
days in Port at Hotel r'houcou
.n route 'home from the sales
oniference in Miami. Robert
Webb has also returned.



Nicole Phipps is back fra.n
% moinmhs in Misouri.


Lioael d'Adesky is travell- .
ig throughout the States on b
tiiness for Pierre Tours."
xxx
Mr and Mrs Abe Ash, Broo-
lyn handkerlhieif mnanufactu-
er are enjoying their honey-f
moon with the Chaloms a n dI
Iarars.
xxx t
Dentist Serge Merceron flew a
New York yesterday to ati- b
id the Dental Congress on
oere till December 11.
Our tIformation was oemle- n
fly mistaken last week when p
e announced the wedding of tl
isa CdLaudete Soevges and b
dr. Reynold Flablus as having an
aken place November 11. Miss pe
roages doesn't become a blus- as
ing bride ill the 11 th of this ha
onth.


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Clarence (COINMAR) -Moo-
dy has been promoted to Colo-
nel of the %Confederate A.r
Foroe of Florida. Owner of
the aircraft 'Caribb e an
Queen., Mr. Moody ]eft tbhe
Captain strata this week.
I
XXX
Mr. and Mrs. Philippe Mon-
geau and their two children
are due home via Panamna
Line Tuesday.
xxx
Gustave Borno, Press .tita-
che at the Haitian Embassy in
Argentina for the past two
years arrived in Port this
week, for a short sojourn be-
fore moving on to his new
pose in Havana. He wns acc.,n
parnied by his wNIe, and two
daughters -20- day old Roxa-
ne, and Marie Edwige, 2A
The diplomat w i I I go on Lo
Havana, returning here on De-
cember 16 th for the formal
christening of his new daugh-
ter.

5.




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Eve )Bflnkensderfer left Fri-
day for Washington before
goim ,on to Barcelona. Misi
Blinlkensderfer said phe hated
tl feave Haiti, butlas she was
being trensfered Spain, -it
sort of softened the blows. Dur
.ng ter ast days here as Pu-
blc Affair Assistant, she Was
Whose guest of Mie Fred Fraotls.







The Serge Fanfans welcomed
heir first born last Saturday.
nd named her Marle-E-_sa-
eth.
xxx
The Vtfton Burns have a
ow bady daughter. The cpou-
Kon bonn Deeember 2nd in De
roit, MdicAsn is reported to
e -adorable, Mother Sheila
nd FAO's famed Forestry Eh-
ert (now in India) will wire us
a soon as debate over a name
as been completed.
xxx




SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5 "'


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Nan And Wile ui

Visit Haiti On

STom Steele and his wife
'.Joyce. an adventurous pair of
yacht-mifnded Califor n i a n s
{who have recently circumrnna-
vigated the globe, cast off from
the Oasino wharf Wednesday
and set a course for Port An-
tnio, Jamaica after an event-
ful week here.
The big, .blonde yachtsman
and his seafaring, brunette
-wife tied up here last Friday
morning after sailing their 32.
'foot, double-ended Tahiti ketch
from Miami via the salt flats
of Great Inagua (Bahamas).
They had worked 15 monthss
In Miami before saving enough
to set out on this cruise char-
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I alunfan Reich

i World Tour
ted to sake in Haiti, Jamaica,
Panama and Central America,
before going back to Califor-
nia. It will be the first time 'n
5 years the Siteeles set foot in
'their home state. Amd Tom
says he might do some sea
work in Panama and sail for
Tahiti instead.
Th husrky sea-rover, a na-


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sun
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eo amel C.U, ,1, 14S u e, Calling first at Honolulu,
iling to the ends of the earth the couple put in at the Christ-
ice he left school, serving mas Island. Samoa and the
the Merchant Marine du. Fijis on their way to Brisbane
ng the \War years, picking where the sceptre of over-
p a third Mate's ticket and a employment rides high typical
se of sea-fever that has kept of the prosperous fast-growing
m before the mast ever sin- country. Honolulu Brisbane
. During his Merchaen.t M,- cost only $5, the Steeles recall,
ne period Tom visited Haiti but they had a total of 98 c.


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on the banana schooner Ma.i-
yalna. commanded by Captain
Paul Nolan.
Real adventure came with
the end of the war, the pur-
chase of the yacht, .Adio .
and the voyage around th,
world with his wife. Buying
the hull in 1949 at Newport
Beach. Calif., Tom and Joyce
did the interior work them-
selves, then rigged her and
set out for Australia.


when ,zhey made port.
Tom joined a boatyard pay-
roIl and Joyce va'liant.-y lear-
ned diress-manufacturing in a
Brisbane factory.
After six months ashore, the
Steeles set all 600 sq. foo: of
sail slipped through the Great
Barrier Reef wo the Thursday
islands and via Van Diemen
Strait to DarWin.
falling at Koepang, Dutch
Timur, they found a revolu
tion in progress and were held
as suspected spies for 5 days.
From Koepang they crossed
the Indian Ocean to Mauritius
(1000 miles West) then tied
up in Durban (S. Africa )
where Tom again worked in
a boatyard.
On the way from Durban to
Capetown, an 80 mph gale mat..
ched forces with the Adios
accompanied by seas up to 50
feet high. Mizzen mast, spars
and rudder gone, Cape'towvn
was readied with the aid of

a jury rudder and mainsail.
There the Adios was laid up
while Tern worked on a U. S.
freighter between New York
and South Africa until ne
could save enough to make re-
pairs.
Seaworthy once more. the
sturdy little craft put out
to sea headed for Miami via
St. Helena, Ascensions, Bra-
.zl, Barbados and the Wid-
ward Islands. They finalyiv
landed in Miami in 1V53 -
after 3 years sailing.
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The only port during 'heir
extensive sea-voyag I n g a t
which they had trouble was
Port au Prince, the Stee'e.i
say.
:Owin'g to generalI hazinc:a:
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they were asked to pay $5 quia-
rantine and $5 to Imm 3ra-
tion in sp:z.? c, having paFted
with $5 to Consul Ericse.i (a
b:rth:r o" the Chemica: ('C,
Ericson Bros.) in Inagua. The:'
Were astonished as no othcr
port they have visited h.s
such charges.
The -Cruising Club of Ame-
rica* and the Haitian Govrrn-
men, should get together. the
couple think, and work out a.
set of yachting rules in backk
and white.. Or the Amercnrt
EnImbassy enough, ,to look into the
matter.
The Steeles nevertheless re-
cord a pleasant stay here,
praising the Kenscoff scenery
and the 'bargain prices, of
the Caiibcraft mahogany.
Sea-Rover Tom confided be-
fore departure his ambition 's
to get a 90 100 -footer and
.take chapter trips a round the
world, but in the Tneantime
he gets around in Uhe 32 foot
Adios with her 100 mile per-
day average (her record: 190
'.imles and s he dId 120 miles
one day with no canvas but
the bare spatrs.


9~~ WATUILQ
Mk~ W fOANCE
SCIPA has undertaken cons-
truction of a dam on the Mo-
mance River In the Plain of
Leogane for irrigation purpo-
ses, lit was announced this
week.
An entire brigade of engi-
neers engaged by SCIPA start-
ed work on the dam site lest
weekend in collaboration with
Public Works Dept. specialists.
Work also has been begun on
cleaning canals, and repairing
the flood damage.


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JrIMKERRINGTON-
LEADS FRIENDS OF
HAITI RELIEF DRIVE
'IN DETROIT
Henry Birmingham returned
from the U.S. :ast week \\nn
details of the excellent wor;:c
being done by friends of Hai"i
in Detroit.-
Industrialist JIm Herrington
tri-annual visitor to Haiti, on
hearing of Hazel's passage, ini-
tiated a vigorous campaign for
aid. He utilized his Television
show time on station WXYZTV
for 17 consecutive nights and
lined up Henry Birmingham
before the lense along sill of
the talented Mrs. Mark Bet, i-
re wife of the Free Press CO-
lumn ist.
Mrs. Beltalre who runs the
regular TV program an r d
Haiti's Mickey Rooney shoed
pictures of Hazel's path of ie
vasitation, played Haitian mu-
sic and made pleas for food,


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building material, to be flown Mr. Trepagnier was 7:ol.1


dow,,n- free of cost by Delta
C & S... In his rushing around
pursuing the campaign Her-
rington dislocated a shoulder.
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,,MOTOR NEWS" EDITOR
HERE TO DO ARTICLE
h. -tor ^t\','-, f-rlLur" \V'Ii-
iirn 'lrepagnier, % ho alDo :
Chairman o t he Publications
.,jili,.g.1c 0 tor Lhe Aimeric.n
Automobile Associa.ion AA.A.
htoppeo in HaiiLl this w\'1'1
his first trip through the Ca-
ri uballn.


idea of a Haiti viSit bv
naid. R. Brnes who wrort.
-xcellen.t story on Haiti
ring a working vacation
year.

WOMEN'S DAY) DOI
SHOOTING HERE
Mrs. Margaret Gary, fas
erto'r ot N%'oman's Day.
gazrI-.e, accompanied by an
direc'.or, two photo-rap
,,nd three models, is prese
at 'he 'El Rancho prepa
a fashion article on Ha.ti.


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b


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to


Mr. Trepagnier, who arrived Shooting got underway *' "
t the El Rancho from .I..ini-- ek-end wvi.th the arriv.'al on ,
o Bay Tuesday accompanied Thursday of Miss E 'va y n f..
y his wife, is gathering .m-- Franzen and Mr. Jack Boo:, ''. ,. !
eiial for travel stories which zn.d the iam's photo.gr:r.l,'.c ,' .
\ill appear in the otficli.il pu. equipment. 'W.; ,
flication) of the Michigan Auto Also in the group are Mlis
"ohile Club. They also are Ann Gr:ihaam, Mr. J o j e p hgI ./ ." ,i.
king still and motion pictu- Leom'bruno, Mr. Kirk NVilkui-
es. son, and Miss Dorothy Saft'ton. "'"'" "
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5 '

the WOMAN CLUBS TO omming back that nig ,,
.. DEATH cLOUP-GAROU, take the mind of -.'1r chiidW1
S HAUNTING HER DREAMS Mrs. Dantuches, a ..ty maIn.
du- (Continuedl from page 1) change in her fifties wto live
last was .eating her son. art Bois Danot. according t
For 10 nIghts, she reported, ber 26-year-old son went
she sIw ,rhat woman, t.her Mrs. Jules' home to collect
NG victim) buying to get into the debt. 100 g6urdes, a Hti
house and Wednesday night cent piece and two medik
she saw her transformed into prescriptions were found.
3hion d
a -chatie rouge.. She attacked her person by police. .a
ma- :,
art the sea marster with a -manche Mrs. Jules. a native o0j 'i
)hcl:s de pilon- but it .disappeared Norrthenn vi-lage of p 'd
t through the docked doors. She Margot, claims Phe did.'
.ing feared the woman was owe the woman any money..'
ring
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