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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."
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EDITOR


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THE HAITIAN ENGLISH


LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER


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tlf lit dollar Ban Builld.
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the Benedintiufft' reerpdioy-n-as W
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pqe plan-.for,5 isqtbhe. out-skirts- ofPrt-au- .-c.. t awaitthestead'
cities .in Poi-t-an-Prince. It 'borders a new road nti- ea d e;. ...) poisin..killbd ,he- children, ..tom.ers'. -, ",
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6va of 4bsii de ibp- 'pr emehts .of om-
e a roa i ai e eital n -4u1..ic e e state. .
I Pot-a Ice by air .-Th first of the seven h below h 'pateionks hli ed for *Ptt-alPrince is
. ;r "gh i-a vaed as alr n.earfio a 'completion
5 tae.l I of Ha. i mSrpr, ,z.'Ey. h. mes ate, flnsh.ed, f -
i i o i iee i 1t. h* ty more.,are having their ro.of
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Page 2 HAITI SUND


OF THE reserved for dignitaries in I at the NorpialSchool of Mar.


CEREMONIES THAT TOOK the Choir. During the Te. tisant in honour of ,professors
'PLACE ON THE OCCASION Deum a cannon salute was and teachers.
OF THE NATIONAL FETE fired from Fort National. 7:30, P.M. Theatral
OF THE FLAG AND Soiree at Theatre de Verdure.
UNIVERSITY 9.30 A.M. H. E. the Pre- M silon Coico1u.
7:30 A.1VI School boys sident of the Repu.blic, the. ,\'
girof A tio ad Pri. Diplomatic Corps, and Gov- MAY 18,.1803 TO MAY 18,
and .girls of National and Pri- e
vate Schools, accompanied ernment Memnbers went to 1951
by their directors and teach- the Place des Heros de l'Ind'- 148 years ago General Jean
'pendance to attend the Civil Jacques Dessalines, together
ers as well as by Government *
o. aalas a Gove ment Parade organized by the De- with his lieutenants,. in a
partmnent of National Educa. symbolic gesture, tore from
.... to the Cathedral to attend a
to the Cathedral to attend a tion.- Salute to the Flag : Ithe French flag the white
solemn Te Deum. The Presi-
ei e he Pre. 21-gun salute from the Fort band and so created the Hai-
dential Guard were arrayed
ef th hd ra l National. ,tian flag that represents the
efore cathedral union of blacks and mulat-
S 8:00 A,.M. Arrival of 1:00 P.M. Message of \toes.
S H. BE The President of the, the Secretary of State fi Na- In fact on 'Mfay 18,. 1803
Republic accompanied by; tional Education ,was broad- this' ceremony, which is icom-
S Secretaries and. -Sub-Secre- casted. rmemxrated this day bonsti-
itr. rie, of -State, -the, Highl 4:00 P.1V10 Visiting, the tutes a'decisjve.stag.-towalds)
S'"Staff of the Art..- Solemda Eposition at' Polytecnic the liberation of f he- aitian
.Te.Deaun at the Cathedral of S"ool. Fatherland.
Port-au-,.Prince and all chut- '5:00 P.M. --Official recep-
chs .of- the 'T1~e lie. ti offered ,b..he Depart- The most complete union
White lVxifortn Seats were mieit of National .Education and the most heroic sacrifices
S- have efiabled our Ancestors
t o gain the Indepenidence of
'this land upon which we
have lived as b asters for a
S . century and-a half.-
The flag which flies 'and
So. ,**whose anniversary we cele-
brate today' is the result of
j. '. ,theP.hjrpism of. a handful, of,'
Hait ians ared with picks,
sticks and above all with a.
M r E j a. -firm resolution to liberate!
"Miore In abln
Themselves from a condition
below the dignity of man.
Si..tht's how people who know, The 148th A~nniversary of the
1 '* ":reati'o'Cipse ,- a m orete glinds the
., ost about travel describe flylog' r e utie d uore i. OOn e .
solved to'breakl 'away from'
,JI I, A! -old systems" retarding:ts evo-
.CMTution. .,
'l o imOn this Flag and Univer-
From the.moment you are welcomed aboard your PAA sity Day which the Govern-
Clipper.*, you'll be impressed with the thoughtfulness ,Went combin-dorates with.
of the service .. the eagerness to please. Every de-
tail of your flight will reflect- Pan American's, long grand nianifestatiors. we
experiencetin catering to discriminating travelers. wish that all the sons of
Haiti following the steps of
h W -" .their ancestbris, understand:
the pee ity of binding more
Daily, non-stop service from San Juan by dpluxe Con- ecsity
e stellation-type ,Clippers. Reduced, 15-Day, Round- and more the links of ;fra-
Trip Excursion fares now in effect . also new, low ',tefity that are bound to
Tourist rates. Convenient connections from New York t
S to Paris, Rome-leading European cities. All PAA form a fav.ourable atmos-
flights to New York now land at Idlewild Airport.. phere in the deelpmen

M ai and progress ofthe Land of
w Ea m iE Dessalines and Petion.
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Also regular' services to principal Caribbean cities.
Europe
Frequent flights from New York by -double-decked
"Strato" Clippers to Paris, Rome-all leading cities.
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'Concerhing that institu-
tion: Church -- schooll -
SWorkshop -Canteen under
one roof whichlis being built
at Bolosse .to assist and edu-
cate those who cannot fend
for themselves,, we are hap-
I py to present additional in-.
formation. Several generous'
businessmen have already.
sent in donations: Mr. Benoit
Simon has donated $1000.00,
Messrs Talamas Bros. have
sent a $50.00 check; Russe
Fr6res (Optique de Part-au-
Prince) promises to give
$10.00 evefy mhonth. We trust
our readers will follow up.
Donations rray be forwarded
to- the Rectory of St. Anne in
care of Father KYbreau.


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SUNDAY MA.1 20TH


. ,HAITI SUN,


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$75,000 oeMosler Safe Corpora- meal, and
-. / tionm vault, Engineers Daniel served, waE
and Philippe Brun, the contrac- of the band
tors who supervised the con-. For the
struction" of the Bank, Mr. Max ers we wil
.' Ewald who is responsible for tiles' traci
-the interior decorating, and of- bank' from
ficials of the Banque Nationate century up
tde- la- Republique. d'i-Haiti Presi-
dent of the Bank, Mr. Christian
'Aim4, made the opening speech, TWO CH]
-which *tas followed by-speeches OF POIS.
of Minister Fouchd and Engin-
eer 'Daniel Brun. i (Contin
The 'actual building of the ,but the p(
Bank wpich is twice the size of
S told kme -was startedd in July some type
1949. "'Te new bank is -built to food. The
last. he beautiful tons' .of
marble used in the construction a thorough
were imported from. .Caikrara, "the'case.
Italy. '
Along with thi: opening of AT DAMI
the new building, new. systems .T
and the latest accounting ma- Today '
Shines and 500 brand neiw safe for~"m or
S -deposit boxes. Will. be i paugurat- co-6perati
ed. .-.a
For the .el'ployees (dnly) a cccaissesm
modern 'fulY. 'equipped lifeteria
where breakfast, the noon-day the Damile


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refreshments will be
s opened at the rear
k
interest of our read-
l present sever. a.r-
ng the history, the
its birth in the last
S'to the present day.

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police suspect it was
e of spoiled'canned
e police are making
other investigation of


aHAITI SUN.


PERSONALITY
(Continued f


New Bank Building
(Continied from page 1)


at 10:00 A.M. a Haitils Home
i the agricultural
ve s and popular ." (Coptinet
will. take place -at being constructed to the resi-
SAuditoim.' dential arid resort .area of -Pe--
en Auditorium.- tionvflle,. 1,200 feet above, sea
"' level. '
e Complete CoMnmunities
@ Since about 1,300 grown-ups
Sand children will occupy epch of
Sthe .15 communities to be cre-
Oted making a total of around
20,000 persons to be housed ---
'they will be' provided with
stores,, churches, community,


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Photograhe4 'during a farewell cocktail and inner par-
ty offered the departing General Manager of the Cura-
cao Trading Company 'in Haiti,. Mr. Alfredo Rdginbogn, '
by the'ew General Manager, Mr. Dick Leestra, lasti-
day evening at Hotel Splenidid. Fromt left to. right: r M i The old beside
E-mriAnuel Penzo, Assistant Manager of the Curacao an oh
I centers, ano otherservices 're-
Trading.Co'nfpany, Mr. Dick, Leestra, the .hew Gehekal quired by a modern,. integrated;
Manager, Mr. Alfredo Reginbogin, the'old General -VE['-. -coPomrnity. Each-' willUK e
S. schoolA for 150 children; a Jedi-
, ager (now Manager of the Comrpany's organization iii cial dispensary and clinic, azbaby
'Cuidad Trujillo), and Senator NMarceau D6sinor, .Direcotr cliiciand "recreation fields. .
lie., homes 'wil have .electr.-,
of the evening journal aLe Nouvelliste. a -acity,'and running water and the
streets will be lighted.
Sixty-two family houses*"will
be included in each group, and
aoany n fa ea6h v ring unit will' have'at
WaruifariGe l lgr ,ik least two bedrooms in addition
to a bathroom, kitchen and bal-
Warfarin prepared bait, called FIN-RAT, is now obtain .
able locally, frqnmi Haiti Seed Store, corner of Grand'Rue NIGHT SCHOOL
and Rue Vacajoux, and froqn hardware stores generally.. Under the direction of M.
Itis a proven formula containing the proper concentra Dantes Armand of the Comni-
tior nof Penick n arin, andis strikingly '.fective. n it' de Relevement of Croix-
P; rhalps you Ave. a rat control problem o f consider- des.-Missions an, evening
erbMil proporti s. If so, please write- to S. B. P6nick & school for 'illiterate adults
Co.'s Jocda reprdientative for Warfarin, V. A. Wynne, will be operated al Daeniens.
P.O Box 694,e v rt au.Prince, who will be glad to furnish A demonstration of the even-
all details,. ing courses was given some
estd_________________ time ago i
toagbtrokthnad5l


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a week? (his competitor from
next door answered this ques-
tion.1 cSeventy five barrels,
and a barrel contains 65 gal-
lons., (Clairin merchants are
the best of friends, they don't
act- like competitors.
'What is your favourite sport?
Do you think that clairin
harms -the stomach? aNo,
it's good, and refreshing for the
stomach a
How is business? The best
since the war ended.,
Do you gamble? eNon, pas
du tout..
'What kind of tobacco is that
you are smoking in your'pipe?
&Granger.
What do you do Saturday
nights? CTake charge' of the
town., I
Are. you married : and how


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rom page' 1) GIVE PERFCJMANCEf it % ;j
many children do you have? HERE'
eNo, pas du tout, No! '" "
'Would you like to travel? Le Grand Ballet.-de ?aris '*
aYes, would like to see the U.S. will arrive in f6wn Of-a isf i
and France, but pas gaignin thiv m own D
lagent 25th of this month and offer,
What is your greatest ambi- 2 performances at the Ba
tion? CTo export clairin and
get married. Theatre. The first n .the
What do you think of the 25th and the second on the
world situation? cIt doesn't
worry me, particularly but I 26th at18:00 P.M. Prepier
think there will be a change, I Ballerina of the Theatre.
am an enemy of the.Commun- World N.AI GOL fr is".
ists. World NANIA GOLL .is '
What sports did you play? the iStar of -the 0ow, : j
cFootball left half back and 'her re .rtbi'e in'lude' 9 ,tl '
baseball first base. 'er repertoire inclu-e p
Auguste D6sert at this point, full-length aSleeping Bea" i' ,
had to break from the question- -
ing as Saturday is a busy morn- ,pp..ia, .ele,:.;.,o
ing on eclairin avenue,,' and Trpy., the eI).on u;
figure in those parts. x,
----- Gadee. he eg
,ew Sg ewan k
s for workers al. .
rom page 1) .- .s .... ,
m pg .) young dancer took up .ei
cones, front and near. Apart- a t e o u tep
ments for large families will .. ht ge four as th,.ay,:
have three, bedrooms-a luxury ,following, an attack of. in*zw-"}'
the average Haitian worker has 'tile paralysis, whi .he'
never know'
Independent Spirit crippled. By .her eighf' g Y
The decision to build the the difficulty had diapea
dwellings' roofs with brightly ed, and,. her career..wa
colored tiles in various colored is sured. L' "
probably as much an expression ure ,
of the Haitian people's, attitude .Her,)hiband-ancer4,.a; :';
'Petroff, born Padul ?PiPse4.-
in-.ElshA-qre,,, Dennmak- w
more interestedd i n fe
and sports, until' his-Ja
teens,\ *hen he was fh
with the task of leat"n '
ba)J.room dancing. Being m. .
: 'm.e-iately drawn ,to this art -"i
'he began to study, iHand th- -.::'e "
,n r tyer. a-uditione ored Anor
.. na Pavlova during, her vis,
to Copen agen. e sent hi
S io' Pari' for further stud.
proarising to take him in
Sie gi-oup at the' endndof
'eludngz s year. The promise was-neV.~
Sthene fulfilled. Pavlova.dyng.
towards ,their 1pes as a re- h meantime, so Pe rod
comNfendation of the architects, ate
'approved byPresident Magloire. joined a small. Russian ball
The Haitian people are proud- grop headed, by 'Helen I
ly independent and, as such, de
mand. individuality in their at'fova. He later joinqdd
lom6esas well as. in their dress, net de Basil's cona B
painting and literature.
Cost of 'each develop pment has where he eventuallyy
been estimated at about three M.Viss Gollner. ,
million gourdes, or about $564,- Ptrof issaid tohave paf
000 United. States currency, in- Peroff is said toavep
cluding street paving and water need mpre famous ball .
supply. .as than any other male d~
APPOINTMENTS IN rer. TP~s' clude Flia Dou
LABoUR' DEPARTMENT broowslka, Vra Menit dehinovI I'
Following promotions have Lub-ov Tcbherniddeva, Alex.
taken plaice in the Labour andra Daniilova, Irina Bar.
Department: 1VMr. Enimanuel onova, Tatin'a'a iaoucin
Felix, I'nspeptor '6f Labour ska, Tanara TouamanN'1d; NoX
Bureau at 'Fort Liberte; Mr. ra'Kaye and Alicia Alonso, in
Joseph Favrel, Inspector' of addition to Nara Goliner.
Labour. Bureau at Cayes;' Mr. The progranVne for Friday
,Duresnel Delpeche. Secre-.
tary Labour Bureau of Cayes. (Continued on page 11) /


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. SUNDAY -MAY 20TH


ES EU ~a ~U ~ --


. JOHN WAYNE HERE


MANGOES


- TThe following article ran
in the Daily Gleaners ... It
l;' may be possible that one day
we too may run a note on the
eexportation of local mangoes
i n 'cans. .(In the North man-
: oes are exported by the
S i.ruckload .to vessels who de-
liier .then to Inagua, Turks,
S. CaieSQ isjlnds and Nassau in
not the best condition.)
S, ossibilities.of a omlarket in
I Britain fbr the common vain-
eties'of Jamaican mangoes in
ans, were 'disclosed yester.
day by Caribbean.Preserving
S =on(pany, one of the leading
: anners in Jamaica.
After months of experi-'
; nml*enting., the company has
produced a 'product that is
lieiimg well received in the
.United Kingdom -and the
f'rst order for 10,000 cases
o6'nnied milangoes will short
Aybe sipped. -


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-STAR DANCER

SNANA GOLLNER

. WITH HER PARTNER

PAUL PETROEF

AND 21 OTHER DANCE
S. STARS


the Carnival).
:n.


", ,,Wearing an oia white cap,
Shiaki shirt, white frayed at COURT OPENING
the bottom pants and carry-
,--- ing a wrinkle white coat-- La Phalanges reports that
movie actor John Wayne in the first affair to be submit-
conmpany with his Mexican ted to the Jury at the open-
wife and script writer friend ing of the Criminal Court on
Jairres Grant and his wife May 28th is 1he crime of
The company intends to flew on to Cuidad Trujillo <'Morne Chandelles, the mur
buy large quantities of com- after spending one day and der of Jeannis Os6.
nmon stmangoes from the pre- night in Haiti stopping at the -:0:-
sent crop and growers of 'l Rancho. John Wayne ar- 208TH ANNIVERSARY
varieties other than the Bornm- rived in his own plane which 'On the occasion of the
bay and.St. Julian may be had given endless' engine 208th anniversary of Touis-
able to sell their mangoes at troublee since they embarked saint Louverture, the .%Pre-
better prices than they would on this-air cruise around the mier des Noirs,> the Direc-
ordinarily Obtain on the local Caribbean. They'.had previ- tion and personnel of Lyche
market, the sole imiarket that ously planned to spend at Toussaint Lowverture will 6r-
was previously available to least three days in Hati, but ganizv this evening at 5:00
them. th delay with engine trouble at the Theatre de Verdure a
h '. -:0:- here and there 'made this im- concert during which the
REX AND THE REX possible. -The big and rugged famous tragedy -HoraceD by
A Rex restaurant has. looking John Wayne said that the French 'toet Corneille,
sprouted from the. old premni. they would surely return in will be presented. -
ses of the Rex Caf6. The new the near future for a long va- MORE VOTES THAN
eating place is .run by Ma. cation. The President of the Syn
darne Lhdrisson (the Crafft -:0:-
family from Jasplel.) SWINDLE dcate of Chauffeurs Mr-
M--LE--.-16


-AT SHOP
MEAT SHOP


The city -is soon
blessed with a new
shop ... infor.iiation -
-fortbicoming.


The' Press was
'this week that by
Judge of Instructi
to be Gedeoh,. No.aray
meat Salgado has-been ser
will be Correotional Court f
ing Rosg lVMaiing.


'EBjmnuanel .Sylvestre, nas in-
inf6rmed formed the 'Secretary of
order of State of fLabour and Public
ori Max. Health that the elections
Alphonse which took place on May 4,
nt to the 1951 have been cancelled dup
or swindle to the fact that the votes cast
(Boss of oiutnumbered the voters.


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SLIGHT ERROR:
Sailuel Bibbs of Birming-
halrn, England, was quietly
mnunching his lunch when a
policeman- raced up and
grabbed the sandwich he was
eating. Speeding Bibbs to a.
hospital, the policeman ex.
plained: Your wife phoned.
iShe -used rat poison paper to-
wrap your lunch by mis-
take. Bibb's stomach was
puxiiped and he *was lying
weakly on a cot when his
wife phoned again. It was all
right. She had found the rat
paper.
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PRESIDENTIAL
INSPECTION
Wednesday at 12.30 P.M..
His Excellency the President
of the Repiblic accompanied
by Colonel Stephane Wool-
ley, Coammander of the Mili-
tary Department of Fort Na-
tional. Colonel Marcaisse'
Prosper, Chief of Police, Ma-
jor Francis 'Etienne, Chief of


At mne "ItX THEATER" I25, 26e lf May nfafo-
Sers, inspected the new buiad-
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Grand Ballet de Paris

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Tickets on sale at: MAGASI N LJfBELLE CREOLE, HOTEL RIVERA, REX THEATRE


HAITIAi f'.MILITARY
DELEGATION CORDIALLY
RECEIVED IN
CUIDAD TRUJILLO
The Haitian Military Dele.
gation was the. object of a
cordial welcome in Cuidad
Trujillo. From an interview
.granted to the newspaper
qtEl Caribe' C&lonel Germain
IDuicheine,, !President of the'
Delegation 'states that the,
and all the members of the
delegation were delighted by
the courtesy shown them by
the Dominician au./orities.
Accoanpanied by Atmbassador
Theaphiile Richard, the dele-
gation was received on Tues-
.day evening in special audi-
ence by His Excellency Pre-
sident, Rafael Leonidas Tru-
jillo y Molina. Colonef
Dutcheine- transmitted to the,
Dominitciana Chief of State
'he greetings of friendship of
His EIcellency the President
of. Haiti. Brigadier Genetal
Hector B. Trujillo, Chief of
StaEff of the Donriinician
An*y, offered at the Mill.
tary Club a grand reception!
in honoun of fthe Haitian, of-
ficers who had the opportun.
ity of meeting their. Dom)ni-
can colleagues. His Excellen-
cy the President of the Dom-
inican Republic attended the
reception. The delegation re.
turned this. week-end by
Haitian Arxy airplane..

DISAiPEARING BALLS
The Paglieri Perfuame
Building on the E2position
ground ,(reslmlbles, an atom
sznasher) had those fantastic
silver light covered balls re.
moved Tuesday. Workmen
busily lowered the large cy-
linders into packing cases -
destination unknown.
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aHAITI SUNo


The shops in this section
have been checked by this
newspaper, and to the
.-best of our ,keowkuedge,
tbeiv m.erchawdie is of
godd q dM- 0 0 goowd
vfale.


SHOPPING,


o gi s


Are from 8 a. m. till 4 p. m. soe shops
close between the hours of 12 and 2. p. m,
Open all day Saturday. .
Banks open at 8 a. m. and close at ip. m.
Saturday closing noon.
Post Office opens d 8 a. wiz. andclose at
5:30 p. m '


"LA'PERLE OF THE- ANTILLES
"SHOP WITH THE FINEST.,.


----QUALITY !
--- PRICES ,
.SELECTION !
...... IN LOCAL HANDICRAFT WOP.K
ALSO
"Cosmetics," by Dr Payot of Paris.
(Located on the corner of Rues du Magasin de l'Etat
,nd Fronts Forts.) Tel. 27241
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There are No Better
\ Products in .
Mahogany


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Straw
&
Sisal'


Than those sold


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


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' Our new department which has just opened on the
first floor, has a wide variety of gifts come in and
.See for your self-
GUY' BARREYRE


114 Rue Dantes Destouches
Phone 3394


NATIVE
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AT


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.DISTINCTIVE .
Gifts
Despite the busyness of the
season we believe Holiday is.
a time whenr you should
T make your selection for a
an with utmost -care.
We -have all the gifts he'll
want, and we might add,
S we'.11 help you give him that
S top-oLfthe-tree feeling, even
S-if your -buldget is thin as
crepe-paper. ,

KENTS SHAVING SI-AVING SETS #
BRUSHES GILLETTE; RAZpRS.
KENTS MILITARY SETS LEATHER WALLETS
MILITARY SETS In Black, Brown and Tari-
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* MEN'S PANTS
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TEL: 2242


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i.. Director
... Station 4VRW
3 Port-au-Prince
?.' Haiti
Dear Sir:
I have been residing -in
S.. Port-au-Prince for several
'- years, and during that time
I. have always been a faith-
S,. ful listener to your radio
r. .,programmes. T h e y have
S", caused me much anxiety and
X.:' confusionn. but nevertheless I
have continued to "tune inn
' vetery' day. Fortunately it
. never happened, but there
have been many times when
after a day of listening to
-" your choice and frequency of
contmiercial messages I was
in such a state that I might
have brushed my teeth with
S BExAlax, given Colgates to
'' Undle John for, his acid
stomach, Canada Dry to the
baby, and greeted my hus-
;tand with a glass of rum
Klim when he returned
frai a hot and tiring day at
Office. Not to mention
-that USTUFF,, called Cafe-
Snol.
"t Have you, as the Director
V of .oStation 4VRW, ever 'tak-
I: en the time to rely, listen
to'what yb' ask the listemng
public tod do? and, what is
worse, how often each day
at you ask them to do it?'
S am fully aware of the
.; fac that in order -to main-
tain your station ,it is ex-
tremely necessary to have
'..; commercial backing but
Sdo you have to -cram them

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' SUNDAY MAY 20TH


If Congress Goes V' .. Y...... r I-- ird
I Congress Goes Video, You Saw I HereFTri
at- ,A- .


Will regular sessions of Congressever be televised? No one knows Humphrey and Capehart would rate high with mat fans, And foR'
for sure but informed sources aree that Capitol Hill doings could puppet show devotees, likenesses of Sen. Olin Johnston (S. C.) -and
be. the biggest thing to hit video since Beatrice Lillie's strapless Representatives Frances Bolton (0.) and Ruth Thomnlson (Mih
slipped. A few of the most far-fetched possibilities are illustrated would be a naturaL "Around the House" would- feature cha
on the TV screen above. Starting, at top and going clockwise: interviews to help viewers, relax before a spine-tingling, presents'
"Break The. Budget," a big money, game inspired by pork barrel ti6n of "Estes Kefauver, Public Eye." To wind. up a' long day,
legislation and played with the taxpayer's money. Cloakroom front of a hot.tube, dial-twisters might tune their set to a"'".t
tussels like the one reported to have taken place between Senators employing movies-some of them almost as old as CongreW


down our throats in such
large doses that it reminds
your public of having to
take castor oil? I enjoy pat-
ronizizing the Haitian Amer-
ican Dry Cleaners because I
am 'reminded of. their ser-
vice in such' a pleasant way,
why can? I be reminded of
tic ccher numerous services


a a A k v A a a


and prodficts available' in
Port-au-Prince in such a
way so that I will not abso-
lutely, rebel against them, in
fact forbid any member of
the family to ever darken
my medicine cabinet, or any
other part of my house, with
said products.
However, I must confess


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t I1a&thc ydW *a taIPe^ a W selections and operatioaJs
e n e d yo u r broadcasting are thoroughly enjoyed, and'
hours the exasperating ef- rmy only regret is that you do
fect. has decreased consider- not see fit to play more of
albly. I want to caraiplimehit hem.
you-upon this, and also upon
your new assortment of clas- Irritatedly yours,
sical records. Your classical A LISTENER,


Ap eme. hebdomadaie de centaines de personnel o ,umant quo des
nd 30 jours de brands spidalistes pomr la gorge out didard o 'vok cart
AUCUN CAS DRRITATION DE LA GORGE BRASSERIE DE LA COURONNE







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MOVE OVER, CIRLS-Recent
showings of men's swimwear at
Miami Beach, Fla., indicate that
the girls may have to snare the
spotlight with the males on the
beaches this year. For example,
the outfit, above, consists of a
shirt with a fluorescent print
front and mesh back, topping
fluorescent trunks. -


Ballet
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BY EtDNA Mi ES .- -
N'OW that bathing suits are being unpacked from the
mothballs, many women are ruefully regarding their
legs. In many cases, too-plump thighs have resulted from
winter inactivity.
Ballet exercises are a good bet for you if you wish your
swim-suit silhouette to reveal a smooth, sleekly-molded
line from waist to knee. '
One routine suggested by Ludmilla Tcherina, talented
ballerina now appearing before American film audiences
in the "Tales of Hoffman," firms your hips while slim-
ming your thighs.
Stand facing a wall, with your arms extended before
you. Your palms should be flat against the wall, in a
position to dffer comfortable support as you raise first
one leg and then the other. -
The trick is to kick your leg- backward and upward,
remembering to keep your knee straight during the en-
tire procedure. If you're doing it correctly, you should
feel a muscular pull through your legs, upward through
your hips to your waist.
A good daily stint is five times for each leg, or several
more once your muscles are conditioned to the exercise.


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talented
baUerna^\
de ..tm
- ,em onstrate" .. '..::,..+ '.
an exer ., e
for frmn .
the hips
and molding
Sthe thtgs.


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THE OLD COUNTRY


Tevye's Daughter 4302
pp.) Sholom Aleichem -
Crown ($3).

Tevye the dairyman was
really a simple soul. He
lived quietly in a Russian
village during the early
days of the century,' when
Czarism was cracking and
,the old Jewish communal
life had begun to crack, too.
All h? wanted from life was
a chance to sell his butter
and cheese, an occasional
glance into. the Old Testa-
ment or the Taimlud, and
some reliable husbands for
h i s sprouting daughters.
((The Lord," he sarcastically
remarked wanted to ,be
good to Tevye, so He blessed
him with seven female chit-
dren ... all of them good-
looking and charming...like
young pine trees. But what
was the use of such a bless-
ing .if he couldn't raise their
dowries?
Tevye and lhis troubles are
at the center of Sholom
Aleichem's classic Yiddish
tales, which in the past 'half
century have become an in-
tegral part of Jewish folk
life. Some have been trans-
lated into English in Tevye's
daughters though with




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only a shade of the
shoulder-shrugging sp
the original.
AN EYE FOR LO
leading figure of the
literary renaissance
1900s, Aleichem wrote
passionate love for th
ish religious tradition
the same time, he edh
stories with the skej
that was sweeping Eu
Jewry. H e became
spokesman and critic
entire people. When
.mangled a Biblical qu
he bemoaned his ev2r
poverty, or quarrelle
God (w'ihom Yevye lo
well he could risk fa
ity), Jewish readers
recognize 'both the sto
its bite.
Tevye had no trouble
trying his daughters o
trouble was in gettii
right husbands. When
pld Ibutcher offered to
his eldest, Tevye had
of living off his son-
But instead, his daugh
came engaged to a
young tailor. aWhat k
a world has this bec
asked Tevye. a girl and says to her.


pledge our troth.' Why, it's
just too free and easy ...
But Tevy gave in; hI, too,
had an eye for love.-


.* His second daughter mar-
'ried a radical, a good talker
Tevye poked fun al his son-
in-law's ideas, but when his
daughter followed her' hus-
. band to exile Tevye was se-
cretly proud. S fall in love ... it is with their
heads a n d hearts, their
ironic, bodies and souls.)
irit of FMROMV HAND TO HAND.

V. A The third daughter brought
Jeish real trouble: she married a
of the Gentile. Tevye could over-
te with -look modern love, even revo-
e Jew- 'lutions, but not apostasy.
n; at Rising.to his dignity as a be-
ged his liever, he sorrowfully ban-
pticism ished his daughter from his
ropean house.' And yet, he won-
the dered, did he do right? Does
Tev an a T:vye close his heart to his
otaiovn children?
lasting
ad with Though these- stories may
ved so seem mere half-sad, half-
nmiliar- merry' anecdotes, they are
could actually incisive portraits of
'ry and European jTe w i s h life.
Through Tevye's irony, they
underlie the weakness of
Uf; the that life: (I was ... asking
gf the questions of the Almighty
a rich and answering .them myself
o may... I wasn't worried about
marry God so much, I could come
in-law.s to terms with Him ... What
iter be-bothered me was people.)>
tter be-
poor Few writers have ever
ind of earned the love of their peo-
coma? ple as has this man whose
meets real name was Samuel Rab-
Let us inowitz an4 who chose to


WEEKLY CROSSWORD PUZZLE

S1 . Hereai. ta fipiw-
Radio Songstress HB

i. O 588,9 She is a'
1.5Pictured ,- .-.-H.LS
radio VERTICAL I.Y
personality 1 Retain .
0 Caravansary 2 rea measure Si
10 Caavansary. Label n
A Islands off, '4 Ireland -."
)P Greece 5 She likes to 21Salliesof 43Germa
13 Consumed, .j -2 Sales o "
food- '. 6 Witticisms troops J 44 Buddhisti
.14 Bestows C 7 Those in office 24 Woody plants language
6 Observe, 8 Palm lily ,25 Frighten 45 Preposlti(
a8 Weakens- -9 astener, 28 Sailor 46 Editor (a
SW .eenp "--.-'10 Begin 30 Greek letter 47 Fabulous
20 Hen products, 12 Requires&. 33 Defensive, P birds
:2Ran .- 13 On the ocean ditch. 149 Smell
22 Symbol or 15 Symbol for 34 Anxious ,_ -51 Fish -
erbium silver / 36 Pertaining to 52 Rodent '..
23 Size of shot 17 Redact\ a node 55 Virginia i
125 Thus 19 Raw materials 37 Snare 57 Sun god9
2f The gods ,
27 Perfume .. I 3 7
t lWavetop -.
31 Mimic
32coin 3
I 3 European
f blackbird i -
35 Laughing -
38 on account I
, (ab.) _-
r39 Electrical unit
40 Eye (Scot.) m
41 Eithery-
(44 Dock .
48 Alkaline', M I,
compound I L 13 < b 'n gI
0 Scatter ,
53 Dip sightly 5
R54Rebellion I
S56 Christmas '! I
aong ,


call himself Sholom Alei-
cdem peacee be unto you).
His. storkAs published in
paper -booklets, were passed


more than 100,000 people
lined the streets of "his fuj-
eral procession. He.had said
Le.t me be buried among


from hand to hand among th:e poor, that their gra.'.
European Jews. When he may shine on mine, and'"p :.
died in The Bronx in 1916, on theirs.


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Feap 4 HAITI SUNi. sr31*Alr MM 141w


:STRICTLY FRESH
A NEW YORK CITY 'judge re-
cently told-the parents of ju.
.venile delinquents to discipJine
their youngsters by applying "a
stick where it will do the most
good."' Not what you would call
a sinking new theory! .
* * *
SDqfuition. of "relief": Returling
from a summer trip, dashing into
the house, racing upstairs and dis-
covering that the bedroom window,
was not left open afthr all. '
S* ** -
lf'ieves bfoke into a Brooklyn
Candy store and 'stole a.,case of





bzbbleq~piN How chieeky can you
get? ,-
,6Londo. -police picked up two
men and charged them with steal-
ing linge'YIe but both suspects re-
used to talk.. Maybe because the
'items were unmentionables. .,,
S.- * S ,
StThe State Departmnmt has asked
Congress for one million dollars to
wind, dine and otherwise enter-
tain foreign government officials.
Guess they are all staunch "pafty
.ent r I.


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Terrien, at present working Supreme Court. dast Wednesdy
on the Artibonite Projget Colonel Roche B. Laroche MVay 19thwath ih
-:: ,(Haiti's IAnibassador to Vene. anniversary o i
Tuesday, Miay, 22nd, the zuela) was married MV1ay 12th Etienne Boulrd
S Cultural/ Attach6 of the in Washinktoih, D.C. to Miss Taurice Boulna
Amierican Erdbassy -and Mrs. Julia English- The newly the forme r
Honfpr Gayne will offer. a 6 weds arrived in town Friday
-to 8 at < 19etitionvipe. jestic Petionville for, 10 days.

.saurayevening, inte We wish a swift recovery -
sumriptuous residence- of the to Lieutenant Linore Augus-_
nli' e Amlbassador in Haiti tin who i7 AtIopia
Frtz.Braun (Fito), is to er .who'ii stopping at her an;Va Lidvc'hnFrnos4eSlswtap
rnryMiss Huguette Teager mother's place in Petionvi11e ce rnfl-a ie npniii.Ii'spni i nday Mas
at Wesleyan Cathed~ral ini the annoimnces that her son will honour tGnrlFac ehloe tomorrow. setb r
near uture -be naed afer hs engneerLavaud, Amlbassador of Haiti -:: Sc6Cb
---0:-' athrwhois t resntin Paris. This f~te attended .Iris Hall fleuw to New asba
l~iistian. Geirfriain i (of working f or an Ati-wricah byioet wa the high. York Wednesday and- will adalS
P fyr py'tzrtoRic Cmlpnyi~enzula.En"Rightpf the week, take passage this, week a t-:0
Tusay gner.Baker arrived fr'z w 0- .aor h Qezl~r>frtGa
-:Of araas fidy a 2.01 VMr and M9rs. G~rard Dora- her homland, Great Bitain.
Sjr.and Mrs. Petoia 7 \ .0ique announce the;birth of AVtssp Hall 'wa's here two s
(Pharmacipe du Centre) flew i lenugrioof.a son on MV~onday,> Mks. Domn years and hopes to return iii ons e' E
to- New York -on an. extended' tP Bank Satuxiday fifty bank ini~ue, the former Lilian Ri- the ear future. : on ,",._
vaatonag..leflt1:Yie-,rsondlities retired to Ca- gr itd srpre orb od ::
Tuesday_ banie Chouconne for, dinnere well, and so is her 8 and a It wras "halpp /lbrtdyso
-::-, ndaga im.half-Hpound. bioy.; Nicole Gr~aeger Friday.::0 m
IVMi.*Gbara,. his: son andd :.'-0---0.
"twodaugter .inadedthe There was a grand dinner'Mnse o oeg f hlpeMlasno ~i :0a
U. PAA via MViami .4 at tCrl elyefairs anld IAys. Leger's pqrt, and Fan-fan 14alva1, celebrat8:0a .
thqir Tiiission a% at idly vd- f Wensa ihte ca or the' Diplomiatic orps, ed his bitdyStray al" 9:30 % M.Na i
gatin. a he ia 1 hursday night, was a terrf- though 'it actually fell oziEhn h
Prosper, x fie success, Fromi': 00 to 910 -rdy.,Piip is a prom-, uaiiday Massa,"4M!
Wel.3ynon Ihishnes. ol e /1~ireass Posprchlamplpne flowed,' there Using ,Kbriseur.)) .. m. in inh
b, papeimn ue hda fFr VjgorJlso were good things to eat, all -:0:-~ METHODIS
Boiay ixiarrived i onjed teseves im- GhVav T1mqe as Rue. de la.R
ton 8iswek Sre, say.emsensely. 191rs. Fred Madsen sweet 16, (was it 17, 18 or 19) Service a:7a


somle feature articles for the Peident 6& the Clu D r.
vaius pape sbiish, nec. -Vpiad rmiade a -speech to, r. s nau a
ed with. whic new menrdber General h itg oreusge
ev1trelid.pleated dress,., s. .Perre,




site Winigtn white and thec Th.u
phort~rapher i e-:010
ch 3ag w is vxerylpetty' the 'hmad


None's ittle- siter thise wek TOhNel generion. wr,arueoteHiinMli

birth.~ ~ ~ ~~bc Thi eot ha oh Peien ofe thae been 'ar hiat,. 1Olia6to8i1
fine~~~~abut~i Wsytte ae o a ashntoe n, DaiCi fhor. ithoersntwrth'ai

0 Lege s h omrJuePr-uPic h His Exgcerllenc y theficers-
Thompson ~ ~ ~ 0: d* ofWlinr 66Htl.'W.Bowf n the Press.~ a
MVir.land x., andi Laegmte boys t. w 'W Re
-:0: n~Tesdayre sturprised o Hit
1V~r Ad--19s. .Raymnd 0: 'in Ne Yor.ks VAyr. Cinna IA


Nois lithl Sar oero tei t' Nauew orf thereHaitian dul-
Jpe.Jaqus s on Ao ties Doelegtion eto theeDon
cki reprt trhaci bothdo Thiras Re*c a 6 t 8'in
bit. rsidengte of theangoi Ker- VateCrita aot
Mother andidar -chld arer (oine Iager party Among.
iberuren asb yeleyhae o show---a ptoined 'peeto wee 'ugofthe
,day last wee in Haiti..J
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Ws ofhe Worrl in F' 6ii ureis


SHUMAN RESTORATION-Framed by a ivheelchair occupied by
.~another one-legged .veterbri Of the Korean, war, this GdI entered a
Room of the Army's Walter. Reed Hospital in Washington. Six
hundred victims of the Korean fighting are undergoing'rehabilitation
at the hospital. In the process they are .fitted with and taught to
iuse artificial limbs Before leaving the, hospital, the GI's are
'equipped with' knowledge and .techniques to assist them in meet-1,
S": ; 'i J.mng the- future.." .


jeie^ pin '-i latst device
women .have toi mystify men.
,The accessory,. yVlhih pas re-
centli, introduced in New York,
is secured to the skin by a dab
of-special liquid. -The gems can
pinch-hit for rings, earrings or
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LING. UP-I AusM4, at' left, and Ralph L6gan, six-year-old I
bf''Houston, 'T'ex., four d-their doublee persuasion ineffective
"t filedouble stubbornness of these twil' donkeys. T $i boys.
be too surprised at- their, failure, for- they were up against 'al
-'"ir- .,The.owrner of the animals stated they are the only
twin'donkeys in Texasi'id probably .the nation.


RUSINTO PLOWSHARES"'-, a-rian'to-nhechan zeTh
ure, Chile is training mote than 300 soldiers in the use c
-. S. farm ,machinery. Some of the "farmers-in-uniform
i abOve amunig .5rcombinesduringgp~aharvest0iofry
near Santiago., --.


LILLIPUTIAN DREAM-These two men aren't lost in the lanid
of Lilliput, They are.Ford IMbtor Company officials who are using.
66 ,miniature mqdelb0to study proposed colors for 1952 Fordi., The
one-eighth kcale cars, which are painted with actual baked- enamel
finishes, were displayed,in the'tling showroom at Dearborn, Mich'.
The models do not represent future body styles, but color selectidhns
from this group will be applied to a limited number of full-scale
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NO MIDDLEMAN -- One of
New York City's- smarter pi-
geon's has cut out the middle-
man to do business directly with
the source of supply. Peanut
vendor Peter Pennagakob sees
pthat his steady but non-paying
customer iswell fed -
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SiTIME OUT FOR THE FAM.IIY-Director of Defense Mobilizatiorj
Ctarles Wilson is shown on cae of the rare occasions when his
I Utlm ,permitted him to relax with his wife and only child Mar-
.iarV This photo was taken recently at the WIson home in Scars-
148W 3 Yor. Margaret Is a student at Syracuse University.


"LIGHT FOUNTAIN"-The breaking of a whter main beneath
a Pittsburgh, Pa., sidewalk recently created a freak fountain as
water poured tfrofr, d bgr:i c- uuvw the broken main.


SwrrcH TO bIN-IT.Y-
'Graceful, dignified hair styles of
ancient Greece Wll replace the
popular cloie-cropped, hairdo
this su. e, ac to he
Hair Fashf Cun .Amr-
Ica in New York City. The
"Helldnic' "ools" Is 'ganed byt
sweeping curls back from the
face and up from the nape of
the neck.f.,
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$UNDAY BUY 20THI. HIIS~

PALACE OF JUSTICE BEAMcamelRin (wontinud),
Under the high patronage
of M E. the President o: rmarSva
Republic, Mr. Paul Eug&ne The President of the Bras-
1Vlagloire, an extraordinary series La Couronne S. A., Mr.
session of the Order of Bar- Jame Stewart wo. s also
fristers took place On Satur- Presiient of si per:: .
day, MVay 19, 1951 at 9:30 ing Comlpanies rin tle Carib-.......
SuINAn H AvMArTION N"e
A.4Iv. On the occasion the bean area, was in town for ,,, ,
President of the Republic de- the inauguration of the Com-
tivered a. speech. Tile differ- pany's -new iodel bottling
ent phases of this grand ses- plant and training cdintre this
sion that took place at the week. Accompanied b. the
Palais de Justice were broad.7 local Manager Mx. Dan Al- Cat-ra M 3
Sqsted byStation 4V2S, wave len, and the oa Clafield..
length 49 metre's or 5945 -ran, Clifford Belcher,, Mrx. U 8
kAA E 1silocycles. Stewart was shown the modI- DrGCsta
SCULTURAL MISSION -TO plbttig lnt (700) cases aelotln fortable, n opey1C1 ,,
CIUDD TRJIL0 day), and the -emdployees' i-dr 2ro
Wednesday Morning Mr. 'strubtion' centre in action.
Edner t. Vi or a i Thursday evening. In the a yu
'd~b 'w dents ofrLyceee building that once housed tei h ae'
Pion and' one -from Ly>4e Depression at the rear of P c""
Toussaint Louverture le9t the- bottling pln sa~spa.heTlgahadel
for Ciudad Tr'ujillo. MVr. St. cious, sotless, well thought 1 eBiin.Cl 21 31.
Victor, Director -of Lycee Pe'- out and desigried instruction
'tion and the stuldbnts, attend- centre which has a flood-lit 1NEVER JUST' SAY 4,"








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led the ceremonies that took stage, ;props, dressing room,
place iii contnemnpration Of podium,1it by a ,apot Jight), .
the founding of the Univer- corr~fortable, chairs, amve BM M O







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iY4 Th pitr prjctr all OTBAp9eaC
sit) of Santo Domingo.ThpiteprjeoAlorte
The -Director of Lycke P6tion purpose of allowing experi- Wim ai for
spoke at'the opening cere- enced employees etach, the ---A E0













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monies Friday adthe threeinpeeceoe.
avpa s ve qfre students 'L91 ~resented a flag and BA99ANCOR
friendship iessage'fro

yothE OfM f1ii aofa ee ie NTYMP

Since the departire





'Countr visit, :r -thesOeU
3batio Rby~al has bee halve Lto Aiednbfrei 0..
in~~h Deparmint thopeaifhte int-i L.e IN.dle iA HUNGE
















7anm anune h fllw
aifro pag eChef of Secrtary acatteg Nihht to L Coi' estin-aie ycn
was weM',atisfiedwith the ntuic u~l th asdroisfo rcin ofteepyson
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progrteofheosaswih uicyStat ovi ein hey 'Secovee nd Ofmi asy Mr
p raryleftL he Ps fc and Sath _uiyLnbe trau we L.is ihen Nobleeeding
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1b ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ wd cafr 'blesthe elne l ed Carada Bry .j
q's .our:uoi Abe. Na- which dayvoatinaee
-P's lemod entire enpusfise Snt ittt alla thequliypui
nod shortl visit hve red
IALkstonnjages stn havsores not ben eeus beforeDr thinrtnae

oidP st lOffcerd Ws ood ear (
des~~ pneusic the Past det marque from,"i
-as well emsatisfe observite trcin -o' h epyso
Lmw'posOficedis lour~i year sent Suc

dandmOf Pu the Psm~as-u olds-b Stear ds- exir-r; 5adRNE AE-CER D
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l iClassified Advertisements
Buy..
SHelp Wanted --For Rent -For Sale Lost and Found


SUNDAY MAY 20TH.


LOTION EAU DE COLOGNE


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Classified .advertisements
de are accepted for things want-
ed or unwanted; articles for
*Ale; personalt service; mis-
; ceflaiieous items, such as
jobs wanted; houses folr rent;
tutoring; traveling, compani-
oup;" .ideas for sale3 not ac-
cepted, advertisements of po.
:litical nature. S ate 25c per
%il' insertion, maximum- of 10 --Land and house, at. Bourdon
' v a ., (Property: 40" x 60'i
2-3 carreaux of, land, watrtl
K '. BO ,W.ANFED (36 per cent in plain)
uJ. $noV' of a .y6ung man, '3-Land. at. Bourdon- (70' x
' a-',. ntelige t .and ...willing to 185') -
lbtrA l ar,.cent tra de- ask him 4_-_Land on High Road at Pe-
.n.tat aiti Sun . ionville. (130' x 130')
i, WlANEbD : 5-Large house, .on high road
*' ,-,.'fr.nisli'ed. 2.-br bedroom -PetiohvlUe.
i bhuzr l wanted, in. Peonvule -o a-ge. qbouyse a,t Petionville.
iter~abee .,i the vicT~'y of 7-Large house 'at Pacot
Place, .Boyer. -. 'Contact -tony 8---Large. house at Bais Verrina
-. inet J r Sut Lite Assurance, 9-Large house at Babiole
SNo. .Exposition Ground 1 0-Large house at Canapf Vert
0./ .... ., -.... (W e have plenty of large
UP FORB dASH SALE houses)
i 4.,, .~ new niahogany dining rooi iii-touse and 3 laid proper-,
'... si2t 4airs, 2 tfis at. Petionville-(excellent
ijph e g.ra.h-W~a.e&rchairs) 9P_ iLJon) .
'tbnqcer n. the above see
!L..a..dr 'a as t tables), Re Estat Agenicy Rodot Trad-
.- ..4, a iiopor a l art bles)' ning Cor.poratijn, Building of Ro-
a iso d peo i Alnyne A n- aieR Bohomme, .150 Grand'Rue,
1ei. i n.hAApiurlase L ns Phbe2780. On endqurinhg about
S o 'n.et i lti tain any of the" Real Estatei bar-
1. 0 i t Mz man ains at the eRodor Trading
2 26D non. a Ril a &iez, mat- C6rporation Office ask to see
at%2-. iJrrBitlga ud i.o. 6) in their' fine. moderAii handy esew-
{i e n? .ear -the'.-..Chapel St. ing machinesA they sell them
"LtisThe' above furniture wasV ;at an' astoundly IoW price
W, 'beautifully .Ziade some years ;- 488, __
ag..id C idMd TrudjUlo,. Only --M- .- .
;--castl kurch.e .ill be. consider- NAe person wishes :to purchase
% e.'.d y owner. old' pictures, or 'paintings of
i," *' "... to retformer Presidents and great
:- .' selip .ge,.- 2 -"..p i men of. pai hse Iterested
.".-.. ,-lie5 '*..^.s to iLl selhig please -.,contact, the
')Sfi 'ho s p:k/-., .d to .prea A lose 'o k488. ,, *



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LqTTERY
ANNOUNCEMENT
-:0:--
The Loterie National d'Hai-
ti presents' its compliments to.
its" nurrierous clients and
takes pleasure in informing
then that the first interme-
didte drawing will take pla'e
.on Thursday, June 21 at -7:00
A., The coupons for this
drawing will be distributed
on VMonday, May 21 at 8:00
A.M. All clients are re-
quest.d to 'make their de-
psit, iilimlediately so as to.
avoid any difficulty in the-
distrikution.

OCQNSIDflI
,A.n old ar-gun-ent flared Ui
Ag T 'ie president the

lrps an'rjounced that he
had historical pr6ofd that
bnvs wwvy discovered '.: .]
, Carusian monastery were
tlose of Christopher'.Colum-
bus. The' annunqenent was .
received w.ith col disbelief
by the custodians of Colum--
jhus' white marble nmauso.
,leinn in Ciudad Trujillo,.San-
toDdtirrifgo, which claims to
we he remains of' the dis-
ver r. -. -
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UAM S 'IRINC PERFUM""' "E*..
ALL T .F MOUS
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- His Excellency President Trujillo of the Dominican Republic,
receiving the Haitian Mission in Guidad .Trujillo. From left po
right: Brigadier General Hector B. Trujillo, Chief of Staff of
i the Dominican Army, Brigadier General Paulino, president Tru-
jillo, Colonel Gerinain Duodeine president of the Haitian Moli-
tary Delegation and A.mbasador to the Dominican ARepublir
SMr. Richards


Haitian Anmbass'ador to Domini can Republic, Mr. Richard, danc-
ing diripg the reception for the Haitian Military delegation' in
Ctdad Trujillo '. rl ,


FAMOUS THROUGHOUT u O. SHE S
THEWORLD 1 r
FOR EVERY OCCASION
-THE WORLD >f FOR EVEP'Y OCCAS'I
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