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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
 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."
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BERNARD DIEDERICH.
EDITOR E

VOLUME 1. SUNDAY MAY 6TH

ST MARTIN'S "CITE OUVRIERE" PRESIDENT MAGLOIRS
'TO BE READY IN SEPTEMBER MAY! DAY MESSAGE 4
The.St. Martin housing project which will provide nev Dear Fellow Cins In real, this solidarity
homfnes.for families of Haitian workers is now approxima- Today in observing Ia- can be achieved in the field
S tey. threequarters of the way on the road to completion. hbor Day... the first celebra- of management by the appli
.\ .And if everything goes according to schedule, Haiti's Ci- on of this sort that has ta- cation of a greater sense of
te Ouvriere should be'ready for occupancy around the end !cen place under our admi- justice in evaluating human
Sof September, nistration... we desire, once effort by paying a just and
e again to emphasize with fair working wage.
The construction progress strengthened conviction the This solidarity can be a-
has been eagerly followed by MAY DAY HONOURS 'e ad a imperious neces- rhieved in the field of labor
members of' the working s-"ity for productive effort and -- no matter what kind it
class who feel it is material One May 1st, The following the joint cooperation of the is... through a cooperati-
proof that athe government ro re eorated with ores "which work together .e and understanding attitu
has their? .welfare at heart. MERITE AGRIOOLE,, with the for theL creation of national de through good. will and'
-A ccbrdin4to t' Mintister 'title of Chevalier.
.*' Accrding to He Minister t.e of Chevalier prosperity. It is more\neces- through a conscientious awa-
f Putilc. Wbrks, Engineer 1. NORTH sarv now than ever before reness of the role the wor-
sne agloie,' workers NAMES LOCALITIES for all of you who live in this king man plays in aiding
-will be offered three types N roner' of te world... and the nation's economy.-
f omes .n the' pew project ,Telfort Estim.ond- Limb who by your money, your in Helpdd by such. n- atmos
I -, a'th 4piced extre- Onocud Belon.y:. LL 'e. your t he ..fi i i' t..'
-6sepn .Forus: I ,-. .:'"., .&&' 'zaW4 4iAtt

3 T ioiio .. W f e) n iee. (t, in,
equ t 9.37 ines) and idet Cobf5ative). -. that you do n'ot lqse sighkof daily study 9f arlor.p etns a
S wil' coit $1506.O0 Type dOsias Vaugues A-ul (Ptsi- (he fact that the harm6io'us and attempt to find .he fas- a
two coveys. 51 square meters eu Psent G re deelopment of our coun- rest at isc a aeeaims sto
.. -nd st 2,200.. Type 4c61esti Fabien-,.uartier .t y and national pro- of jielg itian wor- la. ',.
three constructed for lar- gres, .caqifot be 'achieved ker and laborer. to free hib- meta"
ger sized families with,- 56 2. NORTH WEST difdugh the government al- s)lf frdp T iJ$P ess and i, a
qonueait through the combin- nonotoay W--dar tje-to
square meters of floor, space hrie Dorval: PotdePaix. uttroug t ombn- onotoa to'
-may be purchased for $2, Mern6 Honor6: Port-de-Paix. ed effort of all .of hyi ,each us true stature. does'
M. 5l0.. TJhe..Depatmet -for. Alineai Fletiato: P6rst.-Ti 9: woirkig in opr particular Our government has been pr
lublics Works .was able to Alt6i St-rad: St. Louis' working in tais.manner sin pari
keep thepurchase price at du -Nord. The concentration of ,5ll ce its inauguration and on 'N ct
At minimum by getting build- 3.- ONAIVES our strength in the interests this first of May, 1951, we first b
ig niaterials for the immen- 3of production is the, only cake the opportunity to call blishe
se project a special figures. .Cyrius Mansse: Dessalines way we can aid our economy ( Continued on page 2) l (ck
...from both local and forI- Helv4eius Labranche: Gonal- and assure the Haitian peo-
yes. e "
ign sources.- .e a reasonable and ?stable _
(Confiued oiz page 2) (Continted on page '3) /!andard of living:
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This..house,,one of..the 55 .underconstruti.on at St- ..". The GrandBalletdeP.ee ;at is to ap
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t-Martin which will prov-
city will be ready foi occu- .,



St Martin's....

Continued from page 1

Some Of the raw material
came from Laboule, other
items were purchased from
Fabriue. Haitienne de. Mor
saiques et de la Dtumbrick
(Haitian mosaic and cement
block factory). Additional
material was purchased'
from -Mr. Hibbert Jean-Jic
ques and Leon Dalencour.
Imported goods were obtain-
ed through the "Magasin de
I'Etat. Public- Works Minis-
ter Arsene Magloire explain.
'ed that certain types, of ce-
ment bidocks were imported
because those, made in Hai-
tian factories were too expen
sive and not always, stan-
dard. He said the .4govern-
ment saved $34,897 by gett-
ing them from foreign ma-
nufactureis.
All in all, Minister Ma-
gloire estimated the project
has cost $150,000 up to the
present time. 't is providing
work for some 350 to 400 la
borers who receive at least
three and a half gourds for
each eight-hour 'day.
Some 43 contractors' are
doing the actual construc-
tion work at St.Martig... all
adhering to a special time ta-
Me. There is no law that eom
pels thp administration to
employ only those who be-
long to a "trade union.But
it is estimated that about
half of the workers at the
housing project are union
men.
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Quick and Easy to Brish On

Painting is a lot easier when you have smooth-flow.ing
Central paints to brush on. Their fine oils give them great
covering ability, and high-grade. plgqents assure fresh,1
clear color even under severe weather and service con-.
ditions. Formulas are -the product of latest scientific
research..
There are snpeciAl Central paints, enamels
and vajnishes lfor all purposfea.j


E & G MARTIN S. A.
AGENT DISTRIBUTORS


S A .yiew of the ,Cite Ouvr'ere, the housing project at S
wve-new homed for families, of Haitian workers. The new
,paAcy around the.end of Seo ember.


Part every flight

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f the service .. the eagerness to please. Every de-
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1': :. .xperi..ie in catering to discriminating travelers.


s-NEW YORK'
SDaily, itstop service from San Juan by deluxe Con- .
st. eation-type Clippers. Reduced, 15-Day, Round-
M .Trip Excursion fares now in effect.. also new, low .
Tourist rates.. Convenient connections from New York
I to Paris, Bome-leading European cities. All PAA
flights to New York now land at Idlewild Airport. ,


,. Daily flights by swift, Convair-type Clippers via
Kingston, Montego Bay, Camaguey. Also regular non-.
stop service. Connecting airlines serve all U.S. cities.
il idad Trujillo-San Juan
Daily Convair flights -convenient departure times.
Also regular services to principal Caribbean cities.

Europe \
r eqient fRights from New York by double-decked
': '. "Strato Clippers to Paris, Rome-all leading cities. -
SI can now"fly PAA" almost anywhere'... to Europe,,
South America, Africa, Australia and the Far East... .
b. 83 countries and colonies on six continents. Leader.
Sqmind pioneer, for 23 years, Pan American is world-"
recognized as "first" among international airlines. i.
F. r aeervdtions, see your Travel Agent or

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upon all the.Haitian people
to take up this difficult task
--- I which is the key to well
being and great satisfaction.


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P. Personality mirer of t
Coame.ed from page I like -the looks of the pre I Composer J
"'.T-n ernational situation. died in New-
nmer of 1947 was awarded the^ Ar one time Mr. David was' ing great r
-Grand Prix de Litterature directeur of the Journal -,La Suite for C
des Antillesn. It. is entitled IPresse-, which was replaced her compos
-Sur les Rives du Pass"-. some years ago by the aHai the Haitian
His next book "L'H6ritage ti Journaln. Then for a num Mr. Davidi
Colonial is still unpublis- ber of years -he was music sical and
bed. He planned to publish critic for several of local pa- but to the n
it in France but says he does ,ers. .". gieat friend and ad-' the says ,Ba


SA.largecowd at Champ-de-Mars. In.the center r the workers in lin
SgLruid-,,'. sr.i .LL., VA, second "part of the word TRAVA]
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During May the 1st celebr -'ion His Excellency Paul E. Magloire is
Deputy Salnave Zamor, "Grandn Planter from Cera-La-SGurqe, desc
long line of Planters and Distillers.


LITI SUN,
he la.te Haitian ''h3is appreciation of art
usi lie who may easily be determined by May Day Ni ur .
VYorl-after wma
[Yu r after winn the way in which .the draw- ... .. ."'nour'
enown for his mg room of his spacious ho- Continuedfom nage 1 m
orchestraa and otme opposite cLa Placen min f s
itions based on P96ionville is furnished. A- Joselma 'Joseph- .Gongves .
folklore music, mong his numerous art trea- - O ..T CENT.
is a lover of clas- sures are delicate bronze re- Dorl6ans )orinvi Saint-Marc .
mano r, as- plicas of 'his favorite pieces Alcindor Cl4nent: Sairit-Mareo
romantic, music Existe Valcena: St. Marca F s
nusic ,popllairen of Italian and French. SCUp Audr6 M6cius Aristil: -Ainche.,
auh .popaaie cure, and on the wall hang Vii Ambroise : Thomonde.. ";.
aab autographed pictures of Cyru 4ois: Maissae.
F'WuriusM'" risier: "Baptiste: \i
French President Vincent Au Ch6riza Robert: Baptiste
riol and statesman Edouard Normil Donminique: Belladbre.
Herrio.. 4. WEST

Mr. David's diplomatic Port-au-Prince Jacmel-:
caieer' commenced before ii, : -OLtA .H 1
world War I, at which time .. '
he was Charge d'Affaire at Tilus MlyrtUl: Port-a~ Prince.
Exantus Joseph: abaret
,the Haitian Legation in ,Marcellus Gd-Pierre; Aricahale.
,'brussels. Late from 1922-24 Bruno Belidor: P6tion-Ville. (P.
served as Secretary'-General C s.)
to President Louis Borno :. G-'rard Luclen" Croi -des-Bou
Then in 1945 he served ,as l''-t iP.C.S.) .
Conservateur Musee Natio- Pr le don G irgcire- Pbrt-au.
'hal. His next diplomatic ap- Lahens' Milfort.- r. p.'
pointment came .in 19446, Agoutine M4risier: G-Gosier. '
when he was appointed En- JACMEL :
voy Extraordinaire and Mi- :
sister Plenipotentiaire of Amenor B let-Aimd: .,Coq-qui.
Haiti-in Paris, Brussels and CoristI Antoi.ne-C p-Rouge.."
Rome, with headquarters .in 'rnier Beav ,ais Morita-
Paris. He returned from this Nrmite. ite: Fond-
appointment in 1949 Jn-Noel. '.
S A charter member of the
Society d'Hisroire et de Qeo- armer Boitrsiquot: La Mon- ,'
ll ^ ^ i .'.'..:."*"**:..;;:: . , tagne. : ". '- .. "
;:": ~graphie, organized by the a -.
third Congress des Caraibes 5.. SOUTH: ,
ae. In the fore- and a member of-the Societe .. '
IL as formed by Hairienne deCoopgration ue P.t-Go.ive.- Cay es- NP :.:
tellectuell~ MIt. David holds. leption St. Fi: Ldogane. *'i
.. . ,,. -. the f l1 o w icng i ts -:... Q ..... .... ' O. i.
d. Decius Toussaiot:, P tit-Golve. '
C .. , Legion C .Beaubrun, LoC: l etit-Gve ,
.', d'Honhnetr (crdr2 Franqais) . -'' P et;.
..*. Grand O'ficir Honneur CAYES .
S. e Mrite /Odre Hitien)) Sanmuel Chaperon: Chant ,al
G. Randd Orfitirr- de I'Ordre 'Raoul St-Paul: Chantal '
de Make. Catholicc order) Nogren, Joseph: Chantal
d ....h oc or d) Bernier Henrin: Aquin
S He is married iad has one Delsoin Dorante: Saint-Loui '.A
.4 -daughter and'seven sbns,.the .: -
eldest, Jean David who stu- NIPPS :
died at Honolulu University 'Justin CasimifCh:alon-'Nippe
has been. a Senator arid Mi- Antonio lMyst: Nippes.
.E^ "'A . Aldus Ana.tu:, Nippes". .
nister.of Agriculture. Anot- l -
her son is also an Agricultu II- TITLE OF OFFICTER ,
rist and- sof Robert is a land r L
scape architect. 1. Louis Dbjoi .('CenCtre)
2.scape architect Raymond Ro (west)
From an old and respecta- 3. Rameau Zamor (Cayes)
a o J '4. Willy Dbbrosse (Artibonite)
ble family who have been 5. SaInave Zamor (Cerca-la- .,
prominent in Haitian Histo- Source) e ( W e
6. Wilber Neptune (west) 54,
ry since before the Revolu- 7. Marc.Saget (St-Marc) '
tion against France. Mr. Da 8 Emmanuel Carbonel (North) :
vid's great great grandfather onfort Mahomie,(North) ,
Ouest).
,John David- was in charge 10 Volcy St. Amour.
of military finance under Antony Willy.
King Henri Christophe from PERSONS DECORATED
1807 to 1818 and his grand- WITH THE:
father-and father were both .ORDRE NATIONAL DU
seen decorating Senators. TRAVAIL
endant from a It May be said'that Placide
David is one of Haiti's sons. (tontin ed on page 2)


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SSNUevo Dominicano,
Information see Agent.
?Robert E Roy
tion stand No. 7 P. 0 Box 228 Tel. 2167. ,
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((HAITI SUN, SUNAY MA 6TO I


n ame toadd to
the alr'ea larelitf Eu-]
edpean Cars now on the lo-$
cal market is the -Land Ro-
vern Britains* answer to the
Jeep. Scott and Hackenburg
iare to receive three of the-
se four wheel drive metal
fa~z topped six-seaters this month
Anpti Price is expected to be lower
: RTUNSthan a jeep.
Ilatidins t Ricardo Widmi ~ e~
Thursday the Director of on this effort to improve ra-
he National Office of Tou dio listening in Haiti. ERY RENAULT
vim and 'Mada7e Brierre G
Te turned from attending the BALLET COMING


..-iiti:W~eek,, in New York announcing that orLida Socie day afternoothaf -arc Lecone
~~#~~rot Ith'at 9.c I rfoe Rivird ,eotick
-d ih Central American dad Iiga del Arten will pre- eo
V urst conference in Mexi- sent here May 25 at the RxbaanwRnut hts'
icity'Cj Mr. Jeao Brierre Was Theater' the world famous,
-oeof the main spaker at aGrand Ballet. dePre ean' pchless for ino
me se Glne ad e than. twenty- miinttes.Mfiss,
-the Negro bussiniessmen's con starring Nana Gnr an Ger eso1u Lrqe Poiftd

-alo a. he a-itWek),i The magnificent ballerit au-Prince won the blue little
Nw York. Ieaeded the NaaGolner and 21 art ists, isno ic~t iitro ao .oY
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Am abTdim wicesbrein onlyxTheaoe were drawn were not sold. speech durin the fesivi a
ce a aro serer. Friday May 25, "first, perfor- Scn pier rs ac
mance at 7:30 p.m.th s-asonyM.eret o
cond at 9:30 p. m. Gr.1zeP;ta-Pie
Situation You would The program Wvill include histicket was number 13309.
I~' 6oinrdd friend'to chpihaane blet Third ;prize,, material for
a group of acquaintances 1 alPtof ui ya m~an s suit Was Won by tic-_J
bipt;are 'not sure you. ca~n re- hli Detnnscn ket 19667 rthe holde r of this
member all- of their "nahs toeeto cakwk' icket is niot: known.


moemn ofomakw'k'
introdcins. bkstr h fifth Symphony : aBdih Qtii.
atrodctios. ote" vtith music by Mlnius:-
9$ih : ete, tfat itis "Che Maxim, a new balilef OE




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4te mrig:ta ake by eCisi fiicn b itui ?he




C~~hami 00i by 2vn;
the -iare bye an 0 Compan ofCanada- (Dis-
called'for. -veP#, though yo rimwt nscb iiitrict- 'Sj$rvisor Rony Che-
wale to skn esian o k sy.aet) moved, to new O ffies
untthe iltiddudios n Nana Gotner and her ar- this0 w eek.Te r o
iely. tist who have recently retu.- tated No. 10. Rue .Marie
2 ~~~~~ned -from colossal successes Jan-a h xoiin
D S : .in the Capitals rof Europe and
More,dets weergse merica will present but LAY UC
,,.ed in: the social, circle this one performance in Por't-au Cross your fingers andr



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an 'h ny 6ther wepk Prince : Rex Theater May -2 5 stop breathing ..for the
ri e er...,- thLotter is to be drawn Mon,
~~~Once again we. must doff dynhtat73..ote
D Q -our hats to Mr. Jerry KovIer wmec0,00Gs..I t-
Station,,4.V R., W. on of the Hotel Riviera ('Roose-- wereony.
4he meter .band bas -in- velt (for bringing such world 6Please lxue th ose:loks just Rib- a brl-
xrded its hlitbade'stitig time r nown, entertainers tor our
niynow be -heard from city.



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SUNDAY MAY 6TH


,, aWHAr- I SUNs


SHOPPING


shops
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.


'0 1itS Are from 8 a. m. till 5 b. m. some shop;
close between the hours of 12 and 2. p. m,
Sat. is noon closing, but a number oj
Shops especially Souvenir shops stay open
ill five In the evening.
Banks open at 8 a. m. and close at 1 p.
m. Saturday crossing noon.
Post Office opens at 8 a. m. and close at
5:30 p. m.


"LA PERLE OF THE ANTILLES "
SHOP WITH THE FINEST...
---QUALITY 1
PRICES!
SELECTION !
......IN LOCAL HANDICRAFT WoE.E
ALSO
"Cosmetics,." by Dr Payot of Paris.
(Located on the corner of Rues du Magasin de l'Etat
and Fronts Forts.) Tel. ,2724



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,,INSIST THAT YOUR DRIVER TAKES
YOUR THERE, IF ITS REALLY QUALITY.
YOU WANT


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first floor, has a wide variety of gifts '- come in and
See for your self-
GUY BARREYRE
114 Rue Dantes Destouches
Phone 3394


A DEPARTMENT OF SOUVENIRS
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Haiti's leading department store


FRENCH PERFUMES







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FISHER
Ar' and Cucio Shop
Rue du Quai Tel: 3145
HAITIAN HANDCARV ED, MAHOGANY


'Clocks and Watches
Economically Priced


Gents
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Ladies'


Swiss
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Alarm
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fancy
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DESLANDESI
Rue du Peupie .'i
TEL: 2242.


Direct from
New York
...A NEW SHIPMENT O'.I;
DRESS MATERIAL
DRESSES FOR EVERY
OCCASION,
MEN'S SHOES .
*LADIE'S SHOES
CHILDREN'S SHOES
SPORT SHIRTS
MEN'S PANTS
LOCALLY MADF '
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, HAITI PROVES DREAM

C OF BARGAIN HUNTERS:

Says Miami Herald

' U. S. customs officers can spot a traveler who has been
&"to Haiti. by. one quick look.
I"'The evidence of a visit to the Caribbean island will be'
stacked1 unrdcr the tourist's arms and clutched in his hands.
,.'.There probably will be an enormous basket bulging with.
J;sisal shoes, bedroom slippers and handbags, several ma-
:'hogny "salad bowls and five bottles ,of five-starried rum.

Opened suitcases will re- at 60 cents apiece, and, a set
,{vealiexquisite needlework or of servers for 180 .cents. .In,
.i,;*ench perfumes or a sprink- the United States .the .price
Shag of Chinese and East In- for these articles is double.
-diang articles Shops in. Port-au-Prince,
:-..Ha'ti;i.only three hours the capital, offer a variety'of
'fr, Miami byr Pan Amer- solid mahogany coffee tables
,a."ca _World Airways, is a with prices ranging from.
*ibargain.hinter's. customs re.- '3.50 to $36. The tables can,
044lations allow U.S.' tourists be packed flat and hippedE
$50Q, worth of goods .duty to the United States for only
free erety sit months or $200 5 cents a pouhd and, since
worth of ihty'fi&toodfs e- they can be listed pn tour-
ry d ,'3_0 d fse Y "sitorst0 ists' 'customs declarations,
te islik d- In resxse shopp, they are -not subject to duty.
.Rng jsp ,e.. Solid mahogany desks
The sil Cirbfba.ls-.s .can, be made to order,
? ,..is ,4 grid.. ti*al shippedhome the same
;, ..country "and sisal is one. ,way, and still If desks
S. ,its fhi, exports. The weigh' more than a cost. a
fi t f aisiade p into at- third of thb U. S. rice,
'tractive rugs which sell ,hundred pounds the Clip-
for 11 cents,.a square fook per cargo rade is 11 cents;
Sin contrast to the 33 cents a pbund. .,
S.ske, in the United Sta- Almost every feminine
-, : tourist French perfiumes.
Mi--a4ot. ed ..sisal shoes,. One. ounce of .discovers she-
Spu wit Americans- for can afford one of the most
ea" sh lwear, can, be. boughtt treasured- brands, of Caron's
for s little s 2 pair. Bed- jNuit de 'Noel," for example
t- .-tlippers and' beanies costs $15 in contrast to)$32.
ts% igge..at 65 cents; and 40, the. tax-included. U. S.-
-if cents, respectively, while price. The popular aRock
i pwomeI's hand-bags range Garden" of Caron is $9.50
for. .$1 to' $5.'.. .' for one ounce. In the U. S..
yt'uaiti abounds with !1pre- it is $18.75 plus luxury tax.
ioiin dods but the one most Haitian needlework is a-
_on9 0 by tourists is.- maho- another ample, costs $15 in
aiM. .. osipopular'items a- contrast to. good buy for tour-'
i'i r".or 14-inch, salad ists. Handembroidered luh-
^I4oFscin g $4 to $6, vith cheon sets for 'four cost' $22,
i .individual bowls I while a set for six runs to a-
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J'Al APPRIS LA
RtPONSE A CECI '
'APRiS AVOIR FilMe
DES CAMEL$
EXCLUSIVEMENT
PENDANT 30 JOURS..*
LES CAMELS, SONT
viAIME T DOUCES.
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bout $4.5. 'Pure Irish linen
dresses, with tasteful hand-
edrbroidery or drawn. work,
can be brought for 4-115.
Linen hand-embroidered
blouses, start at., $5. while
dainty children's dresses ha-
ve price tags as low as $3.
White linen bags, with pm-
broidered covers that can be
removed for laundering, are
bargains at $6.50.
Port-au-Prince ,has several
Chinese and East. Indiani sto-
res which feature .teakwood
tables for $25; silver slave
bracelets' for $7.50; silk ki-
monos for, $10; and Manda-,
rin coats for $25.
The mos 'unbeatable ,buys,
offered in. Port-air-Prince is
.Haitian rum. One of the best.


in the West Indies, it-'sells
for 85 cents a bottle. A five-'
star bottle of elixir is given
*away for $1.25. -
(Miama Herald .April 15t/h)
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** I
I am interested in exchaing-
ihg Bahamian' stamps with
those of Haiti and would
appreciate. your putting m-le
in touch with any boy. of
about 15 years of -age for
the purpose of exchanging
stamps. -
SI. am ,.. 4
Yours very truly,
Anthony Kemp.
P. 0. Box No 354
Nassau, Bahamas,



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You Can Be Healed


This book poinw out the dical scnirece is beginning to
unfailing spiritual founda- grope its way toward a final
tion upon which abundant understanding of the faith
health can be built and main care demonstrated by Jesus.
ained. It takes up one by Dr.. Alexis Carrel in his .book
bhe the various parts of the -MAN THE UNKNOW-.
boby, p r dislcussoh g their ays there is no limit to di- "e I
physical action and then vine healing power; fu ther-



-specific blessing to use in Thus aYOU CAN BE
This book poinrDout tho dical scie ice is beginning toi n






ed ondition of any, part of he elicit spiritual foda- grope its way toward a finalrecentlyas they viewed
staon pon which abundant understanding of then at left fai high spth Tte
health can be built and main cure demonstratedmove rea clergymaitried to give counsetothe-loversJesus.
tanyed. It takes up one by Dr.. Alexis Carrel inthe hu-is book
-yield to thepower of God man race, but it also gitIves a ,a i aZ rOJECtil 7t
through the various parts of th d broad understanding, fthe
bo.by, xrs discussingg their says there is no limit to di-
-physical action and then vine healing power; further- K











ned and exp air ed thelesnd of thea priniple ofZspi- tute's new- quarterly review can Embassy, John.Burns; new Elioazid E
their place in the divine haural- more, that there is a definiteteeiting a. ticl6s. T
ronny of being. .Finatly,,'he connection ..- between this











attitude to oake and gives ah re of o patient' s b~Ue i reartoo b Ali
tailedspecific blessing to usy e recin Thusnded to all who . BE
healing an apparently disea- HEALED not oly gives A LOOK AT YSTERDA W ith smiing aces.ad eyes by Lucshingloria d'
Sconditionof anypartal hoand of Nage, at- rightivik trip into their memriesrecentl they r ed a i in t
Any health problem will ments that plague die hu- (co-b: --orm) W. M.
anyield to ethe power f God mans races bu t it also gihealth, e azine ..



throughh the use of th di- A -broad understanding, Grkf' the te "er ." Di-t... .
-point Vi eaW. oho serve the sickan and- i.t. sihg- cord i. '
h e is oeah w r the r dy becan Ins- ge, dfares of the Amern-'Jacues Lerebours .on th :.
-thned and explain o wine de d h e striking r ple o sbi in to PROJECTION
so MiEsO nte e es ewd inci ofs ies new quarterly review can Embassy, John Burns; a et T.S. liot; 'and- -' ,!a '.
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-on in ,,YOj 7Ay BR Grtuae ,healsbl on g.ic Ha s.-ti' .. ......
Ieui sE.ddgt the .oude- h ehi nork' to li' ly na io an aer shde hte ao bue 32e of theicive s itnsm et ; zaiiiMi -tonh.ii A prie ss t '


het4Coh Jg 'tfot -Pit:sb colba ve lab 'rnds ochr Mr sth o Ht o eln e ote.
and Usa.'i'ttin.a henred e ed to ealth, ano. e'c j s .t t



6 ?ri d seu at sowldwhe o serveethe sockne en wit aog Hat and- n con a t M -i S
ahgso Uistyi baaed ^o allWhowhaealre d OanRDP Z. m eat
.ith, ctji ts eleal le oWhitehead; two poems by ato then u ire maaissues s L "
'doctri tr :us.l rqrvins- b.be char-. e youngg excellent.. po ul I ..... .' -.
andNajac; an ercellenstudy by'



a dd- Un wty sthe ot OTe lw b e r et iant poetpP ceen newsL
-ver, in disseminatin the' e l
y teachings dof Unity, es y 0 o in WEEKLY, r ss WI 6 Rp ... .. .8 'r:.
the Bi le, and isveespecially ov e d or Io E- -" i e o ,




the things of Jesus Chriest t'th.S n Hee' theS 'iAnsera
. -teachers have formed otBehndev U. S. Army Man 1. o e as o t .
pendent organizations for stu -I'e du
. and worship alefa over the! ne ere ; -. R o ... -,e
world.o.Unie'isnnotm, ..NOTE.m. -""",.HORIZONTALfu*




T<. l..ombs. A s..orm)r3 ^ v g ; o ...... c o , m..R
.Varieties Populairen E- 5l (ab.)
-a e d ointi or nhcre ase he fr d be ne.e o na an rt a25,Atal eig o-_n I .
sect. Those who study Un- e very Sunday from 12 to 12 -he wa n d her









ne "K'-pe; -P"-v " "_--"*.Eng is e madgage osue t ., as 7 Go:
c ha ief r en St rw s- w a in. at. e s i placed. Gen. S
their, affiliation wi th any Ths Sunsda o vere ofMotB Cth shi aRlthu or()0qt':"
iu c 1hey Highwea y India 28 Native Cetietl 38 Promeberan
.orowIhy, step by step, me-. of Beethoven. 16 Pattern 1t an ne 3 een ie ;
17AAccouterment 11 Revoke a (Coll.). c2 4ita
a On texel- legac 33 Hycommand- 41 Scatters '
tered sidelt a2 French river ed combined 43 Rubber .
E. o n 2 e .17 Plant states. 44 College
me A BUttT, bsdoU2 t ,B eftou andritish 46R A Steams
')het Y o uraeo I- g e n c eelon -s t Nm ... .Guides.C
Steacorers 1o oe(comb. form) 2i Mountain e47 RedC
crest U.. Distan (aat k
first s shCOLLARED BEAUTY-with 23 Greek letter crs35Dt
pedetn ouglaeafons ca corigars and cigarets, =25 Actual veing I8
Which of the following womverr attempted to e Id another cigar in her hand,
wrEnglish Channel? n Donna Kine made surIe t was 27 God of loo ia
-Esther Williais -known that she was modeling at
-Shirley na trance -Gertrude Ederle a tobacco distributor conven- 31 Silkworm l
The tallest building, in the U. S. outside of New York City is in,, hion. Here she imitates a'bu(. 32 Relative (ab.)-
'-Chicago -Detroit -Pittsburgh -Cleveland exec8utivepNattivela-gheeeting. 33 IndiansPo.
s. A I1 is a: ...
i-Indian Pudding -Musical Instument '-Land Deed' 3. S h.,
rhe famous "Three B's" of music does not include: 40 Siatribes







Pae8 c HAITI SUTN StJNDAY MAY 6TH




edlyll-t -iee neat 100eggs
a!t one.tPeal 11'someone would pay
for themm, Think what the bill
would. come to-partiepjlarly, ifL!
he. wanted beer in his egg.,PA S T ,ET
.Seen in an Illinois paper:
R SA! pollee pupplest metM-
Agop!!ed weed sprayer.
Guess they aren't yardrbroken.'
-An Engliso hotel reports that ItsPLCSrRFU
rates for the dogs of guests depend
uponC' the siz -and social standing
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HAVE is our. soeciality
.... j ean ails'.. Probably the- onil 1 El EE
ae inthe World' where, dogs are
ft" lS6nectady, Z. .,comies.
toport that sawdust may somie ..
beypractical, food. for cattle.*
frn! all the, -green lumberI

j TUESDAYS AN FRIDAYS FO
i~ledwan 17. great-rgrand-,
ey ik 7: 30 To 11'P. ML.

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Casino
AF N~sainternational,
Port-au-Prince
'AT
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ose ~DU MONDE CHIC O RSD
T6l.: 2676
oxuzzoFOUNTAIN
RSTAURANT Pension
"San, Michele". SERVES
In cool .Petionville, offers
Amria Ciin t e
moerae pice. Spcia fa MALS ad IC CRAAITHEFINST DSHE SEVEDIN
SPOTESSRESTURA T..
vora le erms may be rran .,,-...- e, -- .. v, A












the occabion... Dutch Cons- mous Al



Sul General and Mrs Burgers Gerard Ikile fle off to
rfeed a 6 to 8 cocktail par New York city Saturday af-
ty at their home in Deprez ternoon,on a change of scene
in honour of Queen Julia- ry trip. Gerard the ace Ra-
nar, birthday. Besides thepen dio salesman for Philips Cu-
tire Dutc4 colony, a large racao Trading Company)
number of friends attended had numerous farewell par Catholic
1the Fete, Among those pre- tis before his departure SA Hospital Chapel
sent were : Mr. Robert Stark urday. Monday night fri d a. m'
former Dutch Consul Gene- ends threw a ushindigy at the sermon in English.
ral in Haiti and Miss Ella Vert Galat a the Voodoo Sacr6-Coeur. Sunney
A o of hr orsStark : Mr. and Mrs Dick Club... Wednesday night Masses at 6-8 a. M.
Por-a-Prnc willd be soA anehbto o ok
ry o e th Hibers sil n Hiti MaionhasenjyedSpeyer, Mr. and Mrs Vital, they threwr another one at Cathedral SundayMse
aboidth.S.S.Nueo o- er hot tmeher, tayngMr. n Mrs Gordon, The the Vert Galant... Friday at 4-5:30 -80:i00a.
-mniano tomorrow after- at the San Michel, and some- Fnster o0 teuan Gerard'to hnsesy i tGra (near lf

nn
noo.-- ie wlllog e-tie n hefuur se o-Coirea, The Minister Of Cu- jokes' will surely be missed 3unday Masses 510A
member the Sunday parties es to return, and visitall of ba and his wife,.91 a1d36pth~sol aea ecli eRBsco,;Snd,
givd b -te eboairAm- Hitit Dick Van der Kaay, (Mr. and let store of new ones by the M9ass at 9 a.:m
Mtrs. Dick Leegstra' (ADick i e he return Chapel on, o ii


-rican~~~~~ aiiutaa A tah
is ch i e. The Ainong the passe-rgers to must be a Dutch name) Mr. grounds,Mas at.: a. m.
Hu S. are -ean'for -the com ashore from the S. S.e aEdpiseeoVebpalMr
-Stgtq pin a t )ninth vaca- Nuevo Don nicatio. this 'ar-ReKewiMabMr.Elop --
tih pe oig8nia'ternoon will be Moussa Ta- Jbig,~M.aid.Ms Hl rdiyCt




.,Phipps ~ ~ ~ ,~ _i'ndMsEik J--.1
Ind Whre ile -has been lamas- who has been away p,1i n 9r rc :1 .m





II : :00 a
apdit ibonsu E n Ne Yok on -Business. Masn Mr Rap .Maadsen er se t
at m onsua att st o iot Ne w g o M r -and cr ~ o e D u et 7 `t r d r ot~ .m
h orm saier oui g' -is i Hall ndn ais.u aserP ,rm1a ucsomth Eh yCae
youh n idig he toun fr od ~lghy'sshrq n eise. Ate srgi uthweire blesse with a so Geore. Ma


S m i t h Fa t h e r ea G r o o t I (u 0 a mt
-threeofteaistyhre outy.he i habe iHitfomoe rain~eevr -squuched ai day aond M'ada 2Pa.ln Mrs m.i r



ae 0 h I Mr, and ,ncrs of3Mrs Du-


ger f aIA9l s'e dip ho e. tiet a r le of t this .
-nicaho -h Ihs to stet the fome Edit WiPas(acondpoamgwau saei n e









KuMr. Fisher, M. eibo
PotaiPrneIs' ri fs jet announce fexromg tbac Typthtth uenha
guash Jobison f- ba'teoislae in Hait fo te u Me r arid: MrsaPetyers r. CLang o- hpl









Hei4'..Afteir si' uhptlS Frnosd ae
youth in adesng themto Uni-ed vaftior oled BliP s ehoree Jin. B

th i son nam e as daaen. ja
Ty~~~~og -and enjoyin load 4aiu ittn'I M
















axedsapersih~th Statb, ca dlcidi ar
me o Ia'ii :,wogetgityhet wee afe next Irnis Wh
, f-fro nd thul eti second m adic e p ro u ofi i i B ri ad er Gtetes 8 "a.-o m .e in r n h









af At pGesent sqe gna
V6efs. ofl the ir- conty Heo has b~'niin Haiti for rical and Madamee Paue
-wif20t be misdeta wio Club intend the r'esi (auntw andt-y uncentsMs.Du
ta rnofte -a-cltr left Satu hoe' mayhurxxfr -octc
Iet ars to beo success. 'go lasdel-16 ol to










dparty m the a vielfto
Amo ng the pae passenger a- She likes, JohTn1 a B ur U S. ch
th U S Gvenmnt A-xxx to tedhffe, Quen. M hd b .3eu
-bo ardioue U.S. Nuv Dotal,- chlaalolne otal e h eatn uet
me ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ .tr to aAeuie Caye enbehi n blad lyr Hsts-(giclualAtch e
tao -wsho choseveora taydifrnt Thea Williams playngtch- and fror~ajn what: widg a for
-Port-au-Prince lat,, tr ieip WasI returned forkees backwa that theri Queenssad-but
icapoc oarclua ekn ihhswf(.or edene in r. Boud n 771M
'Mbls Johnso 'I e ono th e, indHiti forsinoter summer h.Moethn60prs
Radio des ofshntdvctons tisJue 'Te,tedd the rendfa
te7q, voxx bam oxxxer
-Presshin se k La Yr e.A- M Lasd t Suday it ws Dco
-wh ba travlle exesie Ah oe iir
(yad wore d o n vo. ariohs L iversr.D couteau fCoor a

nesapers inthel fromesca- Aient othWetoi te Pe in f toYti ee.Lf
ca d y idernit ay sie wen on h Rea si.Cos inMaiThdy
-me to Haiti ge 4* r S
of u Ma tagd MA'leceMo



















TasA: b e tis a deadli nes EleAo n o S ao d E re a,'.
snddi eriter atvailorele isurely Yanc i eeraighi.e
te~~~~~~~here ~~~ ~ ~ n -ascin an an.codya nth -pae: Athuresent she ievs harderh r netann h ie
N Yfsori Sawihele in abooi day nihuliet thso, nn at
P ears time- club wilgseDpon wsoe serenthe Sou tEi homey iLatu *'hh









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YESTERDAY'S QUEEN-The beautiful Boy,an Djavidan is shown
'.at right as she appeared in 1910 when she was Queen of Egypt and
commanded a staff of '6.5 ervants. Now, at age 72, at left, she is
speakingg a job as a maid in Paris. Her husband, King Khedive
i.-lmi II, was dethroned and she has since been living in different'
b'.ountries. She hopes to return to Philadelphia, where she wasi.
' born May Torok.


COLLARED BEAUTY-with
KOREAN COWBOYS-The spirit of the American wild west has a necklace of igars and cigaretsan
and another cigar in her hand,'
captured a following in -Korea. The Korean orphans, above, are 1. Donna Kime made sure it was
igglingj their way.through a cowboy comic book. To show that i known that she was modeling at
he's all for this wild west stuff, the little fellow in the middle is a tobacco distributors' conven-
sporting a pair of cowboy boots. tion. Here she imitates a busy,
- executiveatth.Chicagomeetlng.


7 a .


WHAT'S IN A NAME--This
little mascot of a Seventh Divi-
I, sion artillery unit in Korea

ON ,TOWN-Hee'your anei om -at i name. The pup, whofeels
lestat'0deal. As the sign says, the town of Nahmal at home sitting on a pile of 105-
aboutd,$2.000. is on the block for 10 '.cepts on th millimeter howitzer shells, an-
includes sawmill, railroad-engine above-ad harbor swer s to the moniker ..
u:The SBhy de Noquet Lumber Co.. owners of the town O
01pulling 64' because there's no more timber to. cut. ,


A PRINCESS VISITS THE POPE-Britain's Princess Elizabeth,
extreme left, wearing a floor-length black yelour dress and a black
I'veil of Spanish lace, walks toward the Papal Chambers in Vatican
City for an audience with the Pope. The Duke of Edinburgh fol-
lows the Princess, while the Swiss Guards serve as an escort.


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CANADA CONTRIBUTES-Secretary General of the United Na-
tions. T ygve Lie, at right, is shown as .he recently accepted an
eigbht-mifion-dollar check from Canada's UN representative, John
iHolm e, i New Yark City. The entire sum wil be used for relief LIVING
work by the international organization. oxen n C





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UP TO THEIR NAME-G.I.'s ef the First Cavalry Division hopped pboar a palt e.lf.
central Korea in what might have been an attempt to prove that the word "cavalry" s iy
meaning. Bough and muddy terrain may have also ered _o their. d If rde dtp
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Excelsior the leaders in the, Todac s-me %. ar TP m I


,Pradel, cup championship
whip Violette i, to I.
(Excelsior have two more


STAN'S STANCE--St. Loiis C
'slighbly differentt. stance on the g
ithe baseball diamond. Howevi
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(Conrined from page 3)
A L'OCCASION DU ler MAIT

,1o) Kust Fisher .
-2o) Amnacius Innocent
3o) Lue Vales '
40) Constant- Armand
5o) Antoini D fort
60) Oswald. J. Brandt
7o) Raymond Flambert
8o) Nemours T~lhomante .
9o) Constant Isidore
10o) Andr6 Michel
" 11) Marc Adam
12o) Victor Vabre
13o) Dacius Benoit
14o0 Pasteur Fpuben Marc
i5oj IIuma Germain
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and Racing. Kick off time is____ '
' -00 P. m. :

Caster's Materni.y

Dr Georges Castera's cornM
portable, and complete m i-
dern 12 room. Maternity di
nic is at your ser*icei. :"h
up-to-date clinic is Idtatedc:'
in the-same bu, .ass--the
Pharmacy Casten o pposite'-
the Telegraph and Telepo '
ne Buiding. Call 2131.


NEVER JUST SAY

BARBANCOURT
Always apk or
JANE
BARBANCOURT!

HAITI'S FINEST RIUM,.
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