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 Material Information
Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."
 Record Information
Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00033

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Ao wlpe fAtest
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BdERNARD GeoreDeshra n h xot-motCn W &Si nHat io






ex e Tc as Forq Dee en:i pwill~ em eeeie M;,o6Te gto f h avs h

ata erhis aii urngth ium eto Wa shwll1eusdoingo AprilO etfta -'2 ta el. g own es
tily hel w hen d 19'el: b li w.6., ine ikOtong o TeNw :k
Xadv tUnetqJadbi fp cost TO' T6exotip B eankSaikt~~lan as anh
s en i Go ge Behrg~ha an sr i rnc~ aiud srie en~qxu tpo1tl< rie id t i wns in H itithsmo
-Do ha hoeigp al toprmep re VoIeSIT grou .s ofsuet ef oo Wahigonto annucd r r ay onig A re p: emelya




A Tusa ..n incrtse innc the grxp il r$ecunyr hMberS ofCmmrdni nda

trived ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~or' from; .emr an ihstecutY.' 0he on cerediting fclties4 evte NtealBn, ec o h atwr
cbus .ines 2t 191. Wih1d -5 0A *Wahinhg ton, found, his-'tory IegSph adcl ioiealey has ong er e opn < cotton~~~ eprtin Ha len bel gbve in EnlshliAds e p Reetpublict of"
de Gienoo onl fatre eei q xce it epeec aso aet lnig
(Coni pthsnued m o .n opag 3) ~ (Contiued on"go),rdtfr hsp rps hD
Officemen Am rian Haiti i _funde-Ilon toe
stu ~ ~ ~ aie suies oe theeat~ agricul-.,,':he
Ln entiriol.-rdraL economic and' eng-thad'on
ineering aspct ofomemA
tiont te-timement pro4
bde It was 0sitediintthie
Ionor buy tehncin ofea hthee i
Hnttt ti Inter-Americant o
11r Pufs~s ai'Afaapirsi and by the dolar:pen
coms an of -,oilrk
irOnen sevie the Uao conlu ,f
sion ohe these staiida
ndefthat agriculture ofevelopy
and: shoulder no aibed iniate
on anny extesiv ical withit
:h.- e~g o n csorsof Fenc',o ar ous dnsalto ofu 4 i
GO EtoN ,PepNIERr eO b col odcntrol, and. ton I k ISSaPPI IR Thi pa bintn y l
0hi pah ne r oto-ine ach'mtis e 10- an" Irstt tte -xibtand h is an itx 0
seqtrel difrn'iso Cptne npg ) 'b thu. ho0n ouen







S" ..SUNDAY APRIL 29TH .
.14 MILLION W ,

Students to... Coined from page 1) aibity adro u .P
p os1 )from planned in'-terms. of such an' ce availability throu ji Il
S smi' on June 25th, July 9th, undertaking.) te Aribonit e valle is w r
SJuly 23rd, and August th, The credt will bear to inte-Ari be allthe firs
195. 1..iThe organization, of rest at the rate task V aken
S ai le tours is in the hands per annum an& to Aetask e...
Titravl Service. Inc., 724 8 years befi^ o indiv of ',d tes l ss st
i fth Avenue, New York 16, 1956. Undisto e koh e d .... "of
t,-". N#Y,. 10q*rVrrk.l the loan autBk.io\e...a g- ,* / ': \wi L
tk'- f hhn Brierre, Director Haitian goveritint to t pe- tt a g: o '. ; -,t..r
,. ,,:t frifeti T airist Office, contract with qualified Ufi gram for the governm i ,
ated, during his recent vi ted Sttes firms or indi v, and' the people of Haiti.The .Ot:.St


,",p considering ha plrn, to the operation and mainte .rican Affaiits and private en
9k .sesi-r. Pei nit vea- oance of "the physical work' erican AatidJ construction n
k- 4.ated,' I i. firms, exemplifies ech Pressi
si i;nu ewt York on th cs duals satisfactory th .to the ,,
i during the Suin- goveriet is to rrag extend to Hai.
.pM aths.. These courses for qualified technical .su.




r f I te of Inter-Apyerican firs. Mr. rank pagloire eof Le
'd de ait as pervision'of the agri. cultuair.Mal Mt. Alain Lataqu.
man of .the, Board of Direc. *Fils,,. Treasurer. of the Cham STROER '
..,. ..tors of the Export-Import h et of Continere M Mag c
iBank, expressed the hqpe -of A le Lafontant; inembe' rUPT 60, e
,. '4,',b,.`t~itu ~ i -" additio n, 'the Hatit a /- Tou i


... theBank and the Govern f

meant -of Hiti whep 'he e.' she -Chambfer of Commerce. MORE NON-
Alared..1tati, thisi-project will e Members of the: executi- SKID NGLES
e ntre&4 Hia.- pro. of'oe Haiti --.aliat of us. Cassagnol, viPresident '




asta g an expasdg of thi Chainber ofrCommer- .. E aGERe
'- g e' 2 t d pulati 1 of o a -sh oinki rg 'land ce of aHaiti, M r. Georges H6 E
u a eouces. Major apil de. ra, Secretary general of iL. G
t-e v*Li *- ,. _". 'yll,g -b requi he Institution, Mr. D S. .
--. Inspe-, amenasert asoy e C.h anbe pf HConmercean ORn N N '






e r c usiping for nas economy r ow fr,
..Bu:I ..eats added profits"o th e Moteern the amoeorr U'pe rf m b -" m
agatibn was rpceiveds at 0 the
SI report by Dtheo Receptione






wt coind sless b Con-Iu te i;a.few minutes c t *
..esm are saying aout anal Palace jiudt presented i a 'l '

Magloire. ATr 1230 a recepL-
tion was .offered at the Ho-








He n our lir E.iGatne ci by the Chamber of Cor-
ane hone f a, 'to or nea,.est mercer of Haiti anti 'the NEs- E






e tr fi wi heth brinO so Standard Oil Co.. An cx -
Bak all tpet h r change of views between the
Whatever your business, will pay you to e- ,- o-', ,. -. .


-and inventory -p oh numerous other expe ses. c e .-
Having ent more than rs in developing versation and OspeecPres' In
this in 'oitant phase of air transport, Pan Ame- the afternoon the members






J.can ,delivers millibns of poundss of cargo on of the delegation made a.
, swift, dependable schedules between all six co,- tour of the city. In the even-' 'flxms a big difference In paints We
-,,. : ig Chouco.ne offered by the or-us







rbpsycsber of 'Commerce of -
aiti. A. folki~oric floor show. '"'", ".
nord by the National '









..-,, '. -"kwh-ligh of the 'evening. Sal S
,r-rrTav working the 17 New .
-.. .el VHI Nutrnrst eOrleansibusinessmen west on
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I"'-.. ai r.t!r % of a. In. they boarded the sir& G .As,
SZ.s D:estonches aPorta y .Pnea Haiti picrng t continue their tri co MARy
& Telephone :341 o d 2822 trough the Caribbean. e AGENT DISTRIBUTORS




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B- uW -W- 9
flailian Re4I -* ;

(continued fror P4t .
plants in Jacmet and Gonai-
yves as well.

George Beshara, someti-
mes known as the Wander-
ing Arab, is currently sery-.
ing as a steward aboard the
yWght, ;Pilgri'. IIf anchor-
gd in Port-au-Prince harbour
George is a Connecticut Yan
'Wee with an Arabj.L flyor
who ;received a commission
a comunications officer
Yqe. Uqv.rsyi drlAng
Ths is the san .
iaa can be seen
at the Tron. Market bar-
ng ~ternately En-
lsh rench Crole and '
$is tothe sh C itstles.
SThe Foreign Ministers of th 21 Ainerican II
Lat o the trio is Soergel coiuhidinig their 2-week Moerting of Consultal
r ils a US State Depatt-i Wasliihgton, D. C., sited a hi toric ducumen
!iheift graptee assigne$ to iie marii'ed another step forward in the unity of ,
t -L-Amnerican Institute -e em emisphere.Through the document, a cons
?as. a glihh teacher. Don, of resoluitiohis in the political, military, internal
a. g Iland .Boy, spent a and ecopominc fields, the American Republia
few ydars in ihe ifantry dui notice o "fleir uniity against aggression from
ring the war at which time or subversion. from within. '" ,"
his passion for. foreign servi-. s e ilgotogrh; uial in.the I-all of the An
ce was BdEii ilk iskig for,' the Pai Americn Uibn in Washington, shows
the Frencha lgu asslLeg e jecrea ., o n 9oreign Affairs and War
the success .of -his .cultu I-M, f 0i sig fO his country, as Manuel Canyi
mission in Hai an Uo. .o ks
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His Excellency President Magloire in conference wit h Monesigneur Jan, Bishop I
of the aCap and Monseignetr Cousineau, coadjutor of the Diocese of the Cap. I


Personnalib

(continued from page 1) f

launched The first .of het :eh
many proWi4re to capture the `ir .hed
nar icular. &tA% fs ea&Aa


that
ed s
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enabl badf
servicemen S
rot oaluit
stored -


group. She wen tb Ar1` o
and New Mexico to paint In 1946, however," M .
the Navajo Indians. Then rion received the oppor-..
on a cold December day in ty to requr to the "owAlo "
1932, she tcos.ed the Uni- d6oe to her 'heart
ted States border into Mei- ,to China to paint fao& '"
co to cover thopsatids of thbose who had survived
scjuare fet of t all space years of warfare against the
with murals depicting the JA6 e b6ly to e6!ter
life of the Tarascan.i Inians joller &ise&te &rdegm '
and the evehs of the Mexi- ? icdfti 6 'of a sbroqii
can revolution. cA&, V antis n W .
fled e Eastern "fl ot:s
Oi her return to the Uni- W.Oh this praise flfi ti A
ted StateS, lie young artist PA cic of die New York
execiQed M iialf on social Herald Tribune. c Emi ",
and iCLustifia themes foi a enaupr. 'Miss Greeni
number of federal housing wood's painting is a a-
projects. Thieli I "work -tion of the griefM '
for the Red Hook Housing o ill war, & sy i -& *4hj
.PfHoect in Brooklyn -- was ,suipersedes 'the 'pCAid ."
dofe m traaidtiQal fresco arc~iev'e uhlirvea uf.iti' 4.
with Maripn .ic ng close ,-.. .
on the heels of the plaste- R is this same'- ""l '
rers paiiitiiiig oni riid time quality that Ni- '
schedule. GrCrtibo& tan
S' walls of ... .....
A. -4 ..


er ended
Teim "d


Marion temporarily deser-
tid -her marked gift for por-
traiture to accept an assign-
ment from the War Depart-
ment. Wearing "a nurses
'mask and seated on .a stool
in an operating room fight-
ing down nausea she
would sketch the miracles


Museum 6f
dbten iO *'oN
A-Abmfshr


.11
9


An American visitor" '
med Moses Thomas d' itll'.
Sunday at &Houjif6..t '(a.
voodoo temple) in Petit -
vibre de Artibonite. t".Was
rumored that Mr. Thmasn
was sick and was-i'Ai 4 aF" -
of a Bocor (Voodoo Pt&6t)"'
to cure him.
The. body of the -eased
was brought to 'Poit-A-Prin
ce and Doctor Pean in the:'
presence of a member of the
Amnerican Embassy staff, per
formed an. autopsy.The exa-
mination showed Moses
Thomas died from heart de-
sease. Mr. Thomas's guide
to the area,and the Bocor are
both in Jail. (Because the
practice of voodoo is 'otla-
wed).
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TRAVEL DIRECT'


TO MIAMI BY


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nexpens i ayllg May
Leisu rely wexi i g ua w: may u I SSNuevo Dominii
Luxuriously. i oration seeA
Without a Luggage Problem Robert E. Boy :.
Exposition stand.. Ni .7 P. 0 Box 228 Tel' 2167.


,, ,'7..:, .. ." !:, '.':]


PRINTING
PHOTO ENGRAVING

OFFSET PRINTING COLOR WORK
RUE AMERICAINE 1348
TELEPHONE 2278


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TINE.SUN'LIF' UACE OMANY OF CANA-
FA ONE OLEADI.E INSURANCE
***COMPANIES Of THE :WORD PRESEN'IS ITS R
CORD'OF PUBLIC SERVICE FOR, 1950. POLICY-
HOLDRS' IVIENDSA AlSIN, INCREASED.
A~LOR EE TD driven by 'chauffeur Edodard lf
-,stave Magloire has been Guilbaud, Was capsized on uin 90an .average by the300 oSune Life
tdDptofPteR-the Thor road, Potau-Prin 3.0 isurance wasissued each working daybyheSnLf
p d lAriboit. he- ce; Jeancilus Jean died in- Asuacronpno Ca-mnada perio..attlo 41
1sof the Arrondissement mediatey. Chauffeur is in TlSI ra n a Ly,9 vrte elemnheid
Desalines closed Sunday jail awaiting trial. T i ii nu b r6 S nLfePlc s ac aly n
evnneg at5 0Q0 P. In. :The hsa ir 4aerp S Lf 6lciesf pcrao- l
o$ cp~i ovr ofD.BRAIN FOOD 8 .65 0 0 fc r 'ngsalOQO IIGOfpo
'KW }Igqt~ tleiRi Observation by George itilr'46i LiePolicyholders and their fanlilies. The!
p~~~~~~~was ~~~~~ ~o 1,8voeadatJse: plies216whhgaawonderful thin. It starts _956 w'as--:4 4,, .9- highestin theLCompanyshso
-hin& a. total, of, 3,384 vo- working the moment ouie ofth-S n
rebr, n evrsop n Policyholders, annuitants and beneficiaisothSm
il you stand up to speak in. RYilCe Life of Cafiada received total payments of $121,000.000"
ATIOAL ublc.=0 ( 0 uring h year, with shore than 1$86,000,000 Paid to'
**living, policyholders, and the .balance of .$50000t
ryd 'Etat, Ha-i WANTED''bnfcaiso eesdplchles Since 1871,
e n dvs-*Someone tosa wM when the first Sun Life-/poicws sudthCopn
indvis teloaytes no ot has,-paid out benefits totalling, *2,361,90,00 0. (A fr
dr# wxt6illtaef i ace bul nokfnete regse in, the scile of'policyholders' dIVid
_f 1eskp Bone Telephone 7670. has been announced to take effect from April 1, 1951.
t p May, 8th start' C
: .he public ,CAGH District Supervisor :Rn hie
Moving not too fast and Agents ip. Port-au-Prince :Georges Gaet'jens,
not too slowly, Nicolas .Rony CetJr,1r dnetde: St Mar
P ls i ~v, aul _q,,lias gharcelPaul was In'a-Haitian :Gso a
segrgethyirs; rralcaught up with whs eek
scIon of. ess Ies,a nb teUN LF A S R N E

Jgad& kil ongoing to Engineer. jor.- C
iA da. ADA

A getlemn bak f T:H ND.OFT _YEAR
Bizot'on _Advises US a the W HEL i&E TS
Degatt people at the Hotel Roose-
orte rcko ie wr peccpeddr.Bs-, rn x icipal ublic tityL and Lother $-1,16.8,598,921.39
uRsard Adea .W" gng a considerable Ipart of' t~ sirdad rned....;........ 031846
kn2 n heEserRier Mach and. April wih ti t e ..L.........................^....;........ 596076
Ajj.eek. The boyshowed contest to select a new nia- on eIbll hoAmes, industrial Plants,% etc ..... 1815959
ace fidec. me for the Hotld., There Real -estate .(ifgchiiing Cquipany's, buildings, in Montreal,
w s uCh disduso n I n~o d et: ... .... .. ......., ................ 15214,687.23
H A R~~~~~I A C D0 'iLton sle w of na e ~ O t ~ ~ oi ders Lon h ei 6}l c e .: . .. .. .6 21 2 .24
repgrwas ma o n r ub ted -thhyltth usa dngsn d fr e i-r 'p~ oiium s...... .......2 64 2
end k : A CCIDEN 345 t otio ed ofn age 10 remi ....... ..........:.... ...................... .167 8 0 .4
Outsta din ass dts ........... ; ...... ......... ..L. 22,6408,25400
THE NEW Ba bmbched aood thy "e t 15,2,928
p u rR s e v e ore ps ste rn ces n o t. . r. . . . . ... . ...2.5 8. ..61 2 ,
_qt R oh o's ev e lt H o te l Cas h e ...................s .............. ........,16,7589

Carfu346 there distrbto opoiyodr ndbnfcais ..... .... 6,Q143
Reseres on Co...y.pe ..on...ns... ....... ....... 2,48, 693, 38..

Deathh Room.potdfr hc rof a ntbe

to -- ? Reservesd o pr sio1r anDcembe ...... .. ... .. ... ......... $9,257,17,6.53
atat ::. Provision for n epote .......................... 330513538500

futured ndisrbtonto.. polictyhodr and divbeneficariets17-37
Resevesi n r d Csmh a ny4 p.... ion... l.a.s.............:............. 28,312,674.09
recivends priorl to plccybolde1st dur,45b7lce49
diidend~..... yeI ................ntl aloted ...... 6,9 ,2 .53
Miscelaneo s reervesand 11abiitig. .....:....................5 ,888
Providetadsionfo knrptesd cimsu c fud.... ......... 3,99,336.00
Mhatrehod ern'dowm nts ....a ..........g....y... an dividend payment
awaiting dic ag ....... ...... ..... ........... 28,300,600.00
Codividendcyreaer addviend r......l 1all00000ed 6,9,125

A Tisc lla eou reservesTLY Sur lu .....i.... ....... ,. . .. . 8,..2 ..7.. .
b 7.547,58897.82




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The shops in this section
have been checked by this
newspaper, and to the
best of our knowledge
their merchandise is of
good quality and good
value. '


SHOPPING


0w WRS2 Are from 8 a. m. Jill 5 p. m. some shops
-----close between the hours of 12 and 2. p. m.
Sat, is noon closing, but a number o,
shops especially Souvenir shops stay open
ill fjve in the evening.
Banks open at 8 a. m. and close at 1 p.
m. Saturday closing noon.
Post Office opens at 8 a. m. and close at
5:30 p. m.


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"LA PERLE OF TIlE ANTILLES '
SHOP WITH THE FINEST...
QUALITY!
PRICES '!
SSELECTION!
......IN LOCAL HANDICRAFT W)PORK
ALSO
"Cosmetics," by Dr Payot of Paris. ,
(Located on the corner of Rues du Magasin de l'Etat
and Fronts Forts.) Tel. 2724



There are No Better
-ioductsin
E: ,/ d Maogany


sii d

I Sisal
Than those sold
A T o *

DORISMOND & MEINBERG
INSIST THAT YOUR DRIVER TAKES
YOUR THERE IF ITS REALLY QUALITY
YOU WANT
PANTAL BUILDING
GRAND RUE TEL : 2 6 8 4
















LOVE BLOOMS IN 70'S-Mrs dM3 Drake Keley, 73., planted
,a happy kiss on the cheek of her new husband, James F. Kelley.,
178, after their recent marriage in Cedar, Bapids, a. The newlywed'
revealed that thay plan to. take a honeymoon trip into South D-J
krta *"MI Te muUaer. when it warm. up a little."y


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A DEPARTMENT OF SOUVENIRS
AT



Haiti's leading department store
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FRENCH PERFUMES










FIS HER I.
Art and 'Curio Shop
Rue du Quai Tel: 3145
HAITIAN HANDCARVED MAHOGANY
F-.-L -- 7,- _----


Be Well Groomed
THIS SUMMER --


* IRISH LINEN
* PALM BEACH
* WORSLID WOOL


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* SPORT SHIRTS
* NECKTIES


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HANDKERCHIEFS


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DESLANDE$
Rue du Peupe -
TEL: 2242
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Direct from
New York
...A NEW SHIPMENT Of 4
DRESS MATERIAL
* DRESSES FOR EVERY
OCCASION
* MEN'S SHOES
*LADIE'S SHOES
* CHILDREN'S SHOES I
* SPORT SHIRTS 'J
* MEN'S PANTS'
* LOCALLY MADF '
EMBROIDERED ,'
SKIRTS.

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Th.chfd vil.ge whispered the embarrassed C abash p '
S ghinin its est statesman) -Like this wa- red i slender thread of wa- '
Sits fiery, of any- -The water which .does. -The Government of August 2 member 23
le pen.not come -replied an. irr- Your Ecelency- resu-


|a twiste U frunge reverent voice. med the Miniser imperVurba I- Reled : M curry
S leaves he and the The engineer was sudden by will make progress
re the cottage galle. lysizedith a ngeious gush forth in our beloved Orderly and methodical.




OF n..ith flowersof. .stic trie- : wh spere be true to oere loase Fond of Auu bt2 ap. ." -
I" k h in its nest saesma) Lil this wa- red slender thread .of wa R


:. ) 'a dure ,t the calling of er- which -- ( What isthat ter into the vast receptacle e VIRGO t e Vir gin a
a.ionApril suni.which ?" he asked to an aide, h. cf the reservoir. .u ,



dfinery of manyo- ufThe r wer. which ,does. G n
ati se gi frunge eo verent voice aed the ie minister iperturbat Red

anm arConetvativ in their ideas. Better
,avenqef+ 0.bamboos with the "fielp of a b., Old C/nm Retentive memories. Apt to
-.With flowers, rustic .t.ri- :'"ru "- be rig to onie lovje:Folof]
arhes,.',.mboualas. -poetry, music and mathema- "

Sd- the e-, -U.
o o rne -tics and should' cater to these applr u g
S likes. Materialistic and of. Agents
"1 -, 4 , 'e atlier..M theaimentsM Libra or Pisces.. Across from the National
heof
he o~ d oc "asTel 3134


L: .q I r 4rred the
"ilwt~e r 6i'i"r Prix nc in- ..

thesene Of .Ws .cel- :. ,
"eid.i-nce&t ohd-'bxi ._ -


4~c4,.t ,.the. inau


r0i taint- ciet or
tee State, wth an ges
S-The -Governmenlt of'
"YoUir" Excellency will make
'. mgf.xs*.,,gush in om% t -belo-
v t-edc country like this water
*-wiich .. .wich-- (,,But
a. miake them open the pipe",
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, gI'. ALMOST PUSH BUTTON-TIME, KIDDIES!'-Want to
Ilevq,, watch televisiozand receive a gentle massage without getting
out of bed? Th the.Acousticot, exhibited in IndianapoliUs is for
ou. As fabulous .s the Ara 'in nights, tbh super slumber, couch
.r ,a b tlng,6nt.oUesbuhd-proofoed ".budlin board' that
trio diento mttwins; the 6o4ts; plls outing matsses;
two, tlepo .;, TVtset; fir extinguiaber;- eectric razor;- electric
'tooth brush;.-Iermometer; altimeter; turn and bank indicator;
electric vibrator; radio; reading lamps; a device for projecting
reading material on the Ceiling, and, of course, the' inevitable pesky
Lalam _clock. Model.MargueritewGuarney does not come with .the bed.


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W THEORY OF ce -wili continue;. to. deter- :;.'t 40, American
HUMAN EVOLUTION, by mine his actions. A ,stLongly" Woi'tays is upprov.
Sir .Arthur Kith. (Philoso- worded minority report. .ing its servicee between Miia-
sphical Library). Sir Ar- mi and the West Indies.
.thui's new theory tirns out PATTERNS OF ANTI-DE-
to be not so new after. all. MOCKATIC THQUr41, beginning June 1, Port-
This, central thisi, in a sim- by David Spitz (qI=Il) au-lnce will be linked
pified perhaps oversim- ~(r. Spitz has confined "his withthe Jamaican resorts of
plified -form,might be called -attention to those serious A- Kingston and .~M tego :Bay
an apology 4for. .those who merican writers, all well a- y daily Convyaar-type Cip-
contend that race has had.'bove the rabblerousing' Ie- pei flights.
an -dffect of paramount imi- vel of literacy, whd have for w
p6t.ince on: -he history'. of mulated- theoris.'of govern- This Wil be. acclmlis.
A. ardhnd. This ddmine rests met that hav. a'. -ommon ld by 'icreasng the pre
o ah acceptance" of race- aversio'n to a'e pri fle of senit four flights a week to
.oi.ciousness in- himan de- equalitarianism. Among the daily1 service between.Mia-
.lorent. (Sir' Arthur's philosophers Mr. Spitz exa- gm, Cakmguay, 'Kiiontego
'oncets do hot include an mines are the advocates of ay, Kingston, Port-au-Prin
&, acceptance of "Ayanism,, -dnatural aristocracy (a har e; Ciudad Trujillo and San
he does.maitain that it dy perennial in American p, Juan ,
r inbsense -4o 'deiy that the 'litical thought, .from Alex- .- 're '.." -
s are a distinct and. re- ander -familtori to Geptge .TheL, increased 'frequency
. inzI face)..The' races Sanatyana, T. 'S. .Elior,"and 'wl .-ak ait .more coh ve-'
--mina n h-icontends ,arethei .ulton. J. Sheen); Lawrence' i.et for tourists to .top ar
p6dict"' of an -evolutibnary. Dennis, theinost highly edu all the islands 'on" a swing
4p kcess that began when pri- cated (Harvard,20) of our through the Caribbean. It al
.mjtr e ,men sjt in to, tribal admitted native Fascists ; Ja so will provide better servi-
Sro roups, tur mes Bur.nham, who. argues ge for islanders wishing to
-ro s '"'1r m mes B ham, who neighbor.
ei th-d .a the economic impossibility slt their .
O." ,ti cne the t s.: ,NTit 'of democracy from. a rever- '
tioalism is' fin hat se-Mast: point of view; Ir Enlarg&d Ad ang and
-. caraqcterizes o iitiaWbit; Ralph Adainm
h1oes t'.of race- As. Craim;rnd the racial-superio-6~ or imtntti.
-fo ,th e .i ., 'riism, ri % ben., .T, author R q n to A
'hi r.g f.t ,sm, its donehis. best to expoi'ndi A'e..,p 9j, w!h
Sir AT*nhflds ouf little as 'fully ad fairly as pgossi- grW wqapg4 Jjt opf
hope .IpNteir eradication; ble the numerous ideolo- priced all-expense Clipper
'he thinks that' patriotism giesad has henil:pbceeded, tours -are expected tcr
and-blood brotherhood aie without any polemical froth provide a bumper tourist
..iologically deeiseated, and', ing ati.the mpoith,' to. xpose crop in what has previous.
.that man's two c4ieffears--' these.creeds in their "own v ben an aoff. scasaon in
fear of individual death and teims. A useful book, and a' Latin Aeica. .
fear of The death of his rqi 'unique one. .

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.WI HETHER you're living in a new-as-tomorrow dream
- home' or keeping house with hand-me-downs from
somebody's attic, there's a carpet this season to sit you.
New yarns and new
weaves have made it possi-
ble for carpet manufactur-
ers to offer an extensive va-
riety of patterns and colors.
Particularly important this
spring are synthetic fibers,
which are being used in 100
per cent nylon or rayon cap-
pets, in various combina-
lions with wool, or as plastic
reinforcements.
Since the synthetic yarns are
pure-white like cotton and take
dyes equallywell, the same clear
fresh colors are available in these
carpets that homemakers 4ave
come to expect of cotton rugs.
'One interesting all-rayon ear-
pet features a new weave of
vari-length interlocki3mg loops.
This makes for a heavy, luxuri-
1lthe, mo orn or traditional ant pile that offers eye-interest
ftrl-nshih take on a bright out- ais well as foot-omfort.. It Is
look when complemented by thd available in four.color combina-
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This young woman attends to her household mendingt, Im u f
comfort with feet outstrekhid upon a luxurimom, deep-ple
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Dft muted tones so popular this. abloom on your floors all
ear. ': long, you need, not dupliate
The textured effect which con- grandmother's parlor-rug in 0yo1'
ibutes so' much to the. beauty.' living ro -One .es i a( '
f this carpet is one that ,I i fitas.prticularl 1well wit '
!hieved in various .,ways in asy living s httrs its ,
iany ne* designs. Both weave around in "beds.' the
ad pattern are directed toward :ing the monoto* found
averting today's carpet front repeat-patternm .p al"s,
ie flat, plain floor-covering it Ts fresh
ace was into a handsome room ,tir a t
accent thai beguiles the eye. Won4:.. ,
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iwehteier there a aWy
'A tie in Memphis, Tenn.,
lkiumd. down the aisle with a
Ikcet car token in her-shoe. She
Mut. have been off her trolleyl '
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A German fireman confessed
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atSd p show off his new uni-
,l. Wonder if he also had new
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i. Hopel. Choucoueadi e
twinnedno toleave until
he has do~ne a good job of
increasing the local circula.'
tion of atimen magazine.
The days roll slowly by-,
for Lillian Duvivier and
Yanqe Voigt who have plan,
Sned to fly to New York on
tfie Ist of June for their Catholic
Ne annual vacation. Hospital Chapel
xxunday Mass at 8:30 a. s
The xdive to seven, cock- itIon Dauphin returned to .,Eddie Butwing, an old sernion in EndliAh
pail. -party the Walter Bur I Haiti Saturday, scoltted ub Eh.ScdCeur. Sunaa]y
kes, gave, in honour of the x m art- (Ohio 'State College) Masses at 4-.6-8 a. m.
Korens the Huberts.'and Ad Getty Pressoir and Philli- spent five days, in town lost Cathedral Sunday Masses-
mital Miles 4tidd to. turned pe Busto are busy plnig week. Staying at the Ibo Le- at 4-5:30 80: 00 a. -m.'.
ou obea oca rimh terwedding for ealy n16,- Eddie -eras- shown the St Gerard (near Oloffs~ti
Wazer and Gabriel had July. *t warn words of welcome for, mx ttxrday night) and aKenscbff 3 t Jean Bosco Sunday
eah fthi gets (the'e The Minister of See..e adehdnvene Mass at 9 a.f.
were, over a hundred) as, to Haiti, who is also the ve enjoyed himself so much MAJOR J. N..COX Chapel on the Expositiob
they. arrived at their beauti- Swedish Minister in Cuba, and he was sincere when he. Mft grounds,,Mass at 9: a. n
ful Petion-ville, home. The and Mrs. Yngve,, Vendel at- said his loved the country. Major Cox of the ng-,
patycotiue at itoth isedinPotTuesday. Mi- time forced hini to leave ieengCpsothU.S Episcopal
evein ( sgnof a good nister. Vendel who, resides in x ryreetyarie Holy Trinity C thedri
paet) 'and, the uetlfonHavania, makes his home D Pieluffo Charge d&Mf H-aiti to takeoetecm 4:00 a. m
-y wlien the .rain showed at the Hotel Jbo Lele dur-I fair of the Agentine l'mba adofHatpojcin 60a i.M -
signs of washing the road ing his short H#aitian, seJ our sy in Pbrt-au-Prince is liv- AieiaGodtcSr 70a.m-
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lher special; hors d'oeuvre j y newspaper La Democra- fe 4aind IMother-in-law flew veIAodlvee ntn
ye n odmany of tho- 'tie is flying to, the States; on to Italy Ist wekend to visi to e egavn p an,, iy Ca
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ve a remoarkaly snsuous Ar3st Pomhlphe mwho iid to e hi w .a.
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appect. Drcey .s sid o b hed' ane: and shirley Adais% issue. Theegvr cried ..
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tienntl of thebi Haitieun A-x S1ha no wae.I .Yp"
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gieau.nestn doat. mf-opn otpanin Haiti flew. Tog
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around,, Sofh Ameresa and San "JaFia na.i-
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tedk of Sti Marcm atdo: inpryea usrpto rv. oks.etet~ eunt
Ath at on' up-eodethc euvery-, TAKE I iAsY- stp ing ath townet barly' hnextwee
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o, oul kouzier. celebrated -Haiti Week -otg i -zew- o cl edh.tur
his birthday on Thursday. in New York by dth6 tio d. y o oi d.-t.
xxx nal Office of Tourism, ball, Night of it,.
Paul Najac Po'et, writer,;through the initiative and Frdm the news received from
and assistant director of the under the" direction of the .New- York'the results of the
Haitian American Institutq, Haitian Totirist Butreau in Haitian Week have been en-
celebrated his birthday an- tirely satisfactory. The choi-
niversary Thursday. TI JOSEPH :e shpw, offered at Ziegfeld
SoIJxxx E Theater by Jean IUon Des-
Last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. I (Continued) tipie, Jea&ne Ramion Al-
Andr6 D. Rigaud were bles- were dose to arriving at their pfionse Cimner and bther at
sed with a good-looking ba decision... with great, diffi- ots.froA 4ai, also tie ex-
d 1' son. Mrs Rigaud, the for .uity, The winning name he p ti iar at-
,.?gr Miss Yamile Sabg, has was assured would not he mias t Hu eGa ty, met
announced that they have. na the name of persons who wig. o..k it success.
med the new arrival Pedro were at present in' the world -Ie' Natioina Exposition of
xxx lime-light-. H ofeer the ho- t '0 i-i i ie ktlse;Frazers
Mr. Koren (2nd Secretary g.. people did i .e.iti. tha td t Haiti un-
tdie Amnerican Embassy) t,.y .ad received. evera ;I ~a i~r aec ati trii!
Mrs. "Koren Ann, and To N 4rhaur i TrMunn sup er.i.I' and tOi c,
. ny sailed back home last pcrers ggestions.. I uM ia .tiribugh
Tuesday aboard the SS Nue- ..... -- th.... expostion during thdie
vo Dominicano.. Loads of, G p'RUE SMASH The itues "elive-
Diplomats and .friend, bray- Wednesday evening at 8: e Jeain Briierre ad.
i the tropical down pour 30 two red the ,difficult to walk on Lat ply thi Carrefour road I-,,ch Msi t e and the
pier,, and the long distan-. ae4- each other on, the ,u m of Natural History
eqe to bid good-bye to a fine GranI e' near th ofd Pos.t k. av u. vled
fellow and a fine family.' o re ng A ery e corun
3,.x sa mregay ;wnom ee.a ', .. .
Two French newpper- *Foufoune iN 2'ti'e 6&itfer ; -
[a'ch_ . ..|.. o_ n n*r sli*ht-': .<*". i.- : pi'-" :- :, -h
men;-'Mr. Jacques and Eran- .n A sliht- l ek ou
ins Gall f the Fretih dai- ands of ue.Lr t gme
4 pdia aLre Fi arg aftom rii Aal
re tog exther k. the steed of office to A

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ale d'Art Dramatique and en (iso Cous u), s Y
Tnion Nationale des Ecri- Coadjutor o news tal p ostot.jlo
vains et Artistes Haitiens. Mare Jan. isho Co e, etc.) blished article


Sneau who arrived Tuesdy advertisement inviting
Mrs Horelle and daughter orng by the pa .lane il Ae ,d t i Haiti.
ihg her thearrSoctied Ndaughtio the Canoe Fli vestiture. -Hai Haitian Week, pro
Jamaica this weeDramatiueand. GN IS r an tuseuelevision
Genion Nationae and o or lions. Mr. a National Offi-
u s aet Artistes Haiciens. Mare "Jan. B-isho qp l. be, etc.) n b1ished article
Denise xxx neau who arrived Tuesdy and advertisements intvitie
Mrs Horelle and daughter morning vate audiencthe planembassall vies to the followvisitng Broaiti.
ere Coetur ne fom visit- v of the iea States of Duing the-days that foi
SA erer ,ethenCano cvnvestiture.a o d
ihg her married- of Jeaninughter era e ster. castwed over aitian Week, pro
Gladys Evans'in Kinstonurday FranscodeArce and the emotional wrkth Jeasn Ldone
camaica this weekend FOREIGN MINISTER York Television Station, du-
mentary deate last Monday y morn section of sterich Mr. Jean F. Bri-













is reported to be on the road se-L caught fire e s o h b t
xxx 1 oreage to be ns. Mr. J F. Brierre delive
Looking aimlessly into the rgn I neral of the on Haitional Offi-the
dimness, .the dri ze that is ques ge receive University of Howard in

crain, CoheuBe omb dor of the Ute tateson Washing station, after whVich he









coat, and 3:00 will y a se concubMeSfna Fi Tourism Congrss
blue metallic woman's rain rMesx a o to r-America(the interview. 'road
ofpthsearchfora, the Mi ster pe
The a. denine ar was.married to Jo- ing the lasd over Latin America
O-iol no Oiolw "ill' and given in co-
'take pl ha day aturda 6:3 in h ouicins at the ared thinrease notably the tourist
mornin-a t1e Cathedral Cht narg 6 d'Affaires of C olom opetio n it, S an
motrng e D ime'.bia, M Desa'e) BmarCsnMaW
Notre Dame. . ,= fe Aa on Thursday April 19. A
t y.Ehalf hour -program was de-
e nis Dcarel w bea F RE dictated to Haiti by af Ne,
came sick.cduring a palia. huts on Plantation York Television Station, du-.t
1st iial section of
mentary ddl-te last Monday Aise-a`-Fofe r, c.. ring ,whikh Mr. Jean F. Bri-
is reported to be on the road andab urned t hi fire erre spoke of -the beauties
to recovery, he left the Ge- and burned this Week. The of Haiti; also a film of Hai.
neral Hospital this weekend owner Anacre J.Charles es- wn i
L n l y thae dhe damage to..be Mr. Jean F. Brierre delive-
Looking aimlessly i ntoFtheE red a lecture on Haiti at the
dimness,.the drjzzel that is il antationUniversity of Howard in
rain, thecBegjcomberu dis AtMilot o0ni.Ia V.Jacques Washington, after which he
covered that 6$3:00 will buy left for Mexico where heis
a Transparent man's rain after setting fire to the hou- representing Haiti at the
coat, and I$3: 00 will byase of his concubine Sulfna First' Tourism Congrgss
blue mallic willaiys a Olivier Tuesday took to the o n America t is to
copai... both are, sold at the hills. The police.havet. nbe expected that his large
~toii store. : up the search for this rascal.






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Dear Editor,
F LY suggest .that the city Istirts,
a bus service from Bowen LOTTERY RENAAULT '
S. air-field' to various parts of 'The Federation Haitibnne
S ( hthe city, it -would be usful de 'Football is holding at
,and thought srvp.min more ,ways than one... Parc Leconte a lottery for a
effort which have made PAAough Here:isa'use an' American" new automobile Renault,
S"first choice" f ve atera bus service was recently put 4CV guaranteed by the firm|
travelers th.,world over. \ 'o.. .- distributing these cars in Hai
They were. very young, ve-' ti. Price of ticket is. only G.
M IAM I ry much in love; and ob- 1.60 Tickets are on sale :
pa:y nights via Kingston, Montego. vidusly' the. air-port was the Parc Leconte, Max McGuffie
say, Camaguey. Also Megular -non- only place they could find Petit Four, Pharmacie Peto
stop service. .to demonstrate their affec-i ia d id Epicerie Mme Sterlin
NEW YORK .tion. Whenever a plane was': in Grind:Rue. See Bernard
Q -.ect via an nn due to depart they. hurried 'Barille, .Rue Pavee opposite
ing airlines from Miami to all major over to the gate and enjoyed Garage Kneer Bazar Barba-
SU. s. cities. a long and fond embrace, as co, at Croix des Bossales.
a i at -eA f ,lA18th Neawo f though one of them was --
instead of La Gu~tia Field. seeing the other off for the suggested : 'Why don't you
CIUDAD TRUJILLO last tiine. kids go across the square tq
SAN JUAN A sympathic official, wat- the 'bus terminal'? One -lea
Daily flights by swift Convai-typ ching their performance, fir es over here every two ini
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