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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
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00040

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August 1948 t Jani'uary 1950
he was Deputy Administra-
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surtance Institute, stationed
in Athens, where he assisted
in reorganizing the Greek o
Social Security syste-m. He.
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All About the WMe4 in- 60 DAY CRORsING..
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hi(de to post sales c fitet. The winners of the On herariainHti

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w1ceng t ne Slim er ontem- Contest aity ion th e lor-,M teih e okrpe-ah tobe h.wa
in vriou Latn gaeipd Juee 3wlias wm ma e'b KutFishe r an old Ausriendtre ar h feno
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petingac troble the-a waeatRoehJamer."h(t
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ees in-earius Laeoti- Duiell- Juone 30t a t Pea ich fsuadtesiaoi h d e AlePte
xn oia regio nd, i time prze. art bepeet ad h nkdyf.oii.

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hk al ep nsgri abot Astrdurii ng Gursty' herqie. of b 'wndring tf lmt ot alPince
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O' tftloel rar the, shoulder of the' road
on.ol o on the road itself. Th
fcis ad ie on the practices put moving cars,
escoffR 4 .er ten speeding down grade,
r oid serious a-adet: the wrong side of: the r.
e that haulingdirocks and sooner or later a cr
Srensc~.fqfr building is inevitable.i
Sj.ioses' Port-au-Prince, . -
sw iq f4lwiig& The There is nothing wh
th cksi will stop thqse contrav
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W. tu- m dpdle pf -r severe. well-publici
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from Port this evening, of Mechanical Agricultuire of Baussaq accompanied dauglh
Accompanying the -Mid- pamien, at the CathedrAl ter 4Michele home f roa
way is destroyer' .Mullany Notre Dame on uly. 7th at school in Cotinecticut Thurs-
with a crew of 300 'officer 6 p.m. ay... f or. the summer holi-
and men. -- : days.
S. Aye Roberrt Day: 'ho hails .
NO N JOKE from the bonny land that is -- .
Captain. Fr it z Brierrt,-' Scotdind, the reresentative- Mrs. Paul. Covingion, wife
Haitian Traffic Cef, n m the. fo(r Imperial Cheiical'har ...of. Mjor Covingte Army
U.S, obseviing. m.idern up- niaceuticals Ltd., of Man- d'Haiti flew to New York
to-date traffic proceadurethad' chester, England is :back Tuesday i .
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.Ciudd Truino-Sa Juan
ail:va ghts -covpnient departure times..
SAlso etular services to principal Caribbean cities
,- Near E ,ast.
Beguair ffights -from Nen Yori by doubioshl8i e
S"Strdo" Cipers to Beirut. Also Consfellation services
to Ihtinbul,' Basra-and completely around the waldd.
S First'around the-world, Pan American
now provides regular .Clipper service
i t' .83 countries ahd. colonies on six
continents. You literally dan"'fly PAA"
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Shd'wShoes, fancy work, mae in WtOeI
6j Haiti .OST uErXPERIENCIS

SUPERB DINING and' DANCING NIGHTLY AT trtn
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EXCELLENT." ORCHESTRA "ici ,.C.El..
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,4pplea~tion now accepted for Membership of the J
Rivieral Country Club. .
at Swimming,- Tennis, Golf H HW lS .m. *m ee
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cedure last week id Was ..i id o ,, th 6 &-
mgton. tors and druggists regarding
S'No taxi cabs -- a heavy The car he was riding in,' his Company's miracle cres.
streatd of trrfic on the Carre, driven, by a State Depart-'
'four road -business is good .met chauffeur was invotv- ICI representative Day,
the fleet's in Port. ed in a first rate collision, working out of local agents
S U.S. Aircraft ca r r i e r Capt. Brierre was taken to headquarters (Leslie Brandt)
?ea- :*vlidwayn with a comple- hospital to receive treatment is busy' visiting 'the entire
sell ment of 3,400 officers and lor a back injury which is Republic.- Staying at the Ibo
on men arrived in Port at 8.30 reported to w be nothing se- Lele, Mr. Day will return to
or. yesterday morning. The1Car- "ous. ', Jamaica on the 20th.
Lese rier with a displaemtent of, BEACHCOMBER -:0:-
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S36" Spun Linen 2.20 1.80 per ime...-
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Are you content with the .way you speak aind write?' rectly.
Are you sure that you are not making mistakes that cause The study requires but
people to underrate you? [ \ '! little time, and the moderate
Never has the importance of effective- speech a'nid fee puts ,this highly success-
-writing been. more widely rdcognised /han today. If you ful Course within the reach
Can express yourself gracefully, persuasively and force- of everyone.
Jully, you have .an immense advantage in your profes-
i.sioaldwork as well as in social life. , A FREE BOOKLET
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i 'tJ iil4n.ds of- men and in Effective English and Per-
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cause they cannot speak and This course is now widely will rid yourself of the han-
-write English correctly. recognized as providing the dicap that poor English im-
Every flay you may be best means 'of helping am- poses. You can, do so with-
i.committing mistakes which bitious men and women to out drudgery and without
t.: depreciate you in the eyes of develop the power of ready costly outlay.
, -others, 4e yo'i sure of your and attractive expression, to Write to-day for a free
S w :.; instance, do avoid errors in .speech and copy of "Word Mastery,
-you wr or gauge, writing and to increase their which contains full informa-
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!iighter lTright? The interesting, practical, English Course, including
i.. P, youstuimble over pro- easy to understand lessons the special arrangements for
atido?' For example, will enable you to get a overseas students.
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ity A &correctly? Is The Course for The Regent Institute (Dept.
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you-ependupon your Eng- The students are drawn W. "England.
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things you need to reg when t s o e.v-. ... ,, .
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.,'.P ,. V :" ^tuition are as follows ."" SnA -' Ao.'
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most simplicity. Vocabulary' '.
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lists of rples. PROO T!NG
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7. a ~century in Aheiahf New York'... four year fie of e A
I.Henry Seidet Canhby which means that (surpris-_ been ony shadows of reality, tre.
CnWbuting Editor, Satur- ingly, to oe)hehv bthyhveeepohetic .De witt P eters,, Director of Mr. Rodtinan halits ined
'Rvewof Literature proved: to be true. But, the 'shadows, running 'ahead of 'the CeteD'Art of Port-au- us -that plans for a -se'd
4utbor of aWalt Whitman, dataa of experience has Pthex rigng -sun. Prince, who is at present on .shows of .'~it
i'lA "A9erican, eis voetyan emnnl vacation 'her e,, :anounced throughout the, ,e
(Continued) extended and'the sp3Miu 7d lswek toMr. Seldon.Rod- 'of 'the Unit taes
annellectuq cimate RE. BED m'ani irecto of the Haitian faoor ng4 waf
The world-wide- conflict which. welv as been radi- rt'C aire of-. New Yo ae .iw ierk,' ha tob a o A
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-of Political -eblogies which cally' changed.' Li k e the .Douglas Stuart, BBe ors ththild .'liii between result of Mr-P.
ha ecke" '3' '' -i Anierican- Constituto fun-',ponderst in difsainHt ndthtoeriatte
e ead o on-damental' law,, by lbidwe MO'deIrn bedspread in- a jew r e ~nlf okwstel he .Ha
as Iil sAenhandl6, ekp t edsovd. Ptr :r:ad,-herience :is being :.Jer'sAtat Agra oworthy of tobdisle. .Pteste;ad Ce
-d -m ch af- extensively re-interpreted to Mh'ra h' pal who has also served as a Di- 'Haiti
& lttr d ice lt-fit a world how seen to .be For centuries, the. West ecoofheNw .Yor orh'w
e h a g r o ~ h s n o t at a ll w h o e s xp'p o sed as t o u g h t o f -th e E ast -in g 4 z t !n declin ed t o "offer tativ ely p la n ,d y h

Bofic orte t te t a bcming, even 20 terms ofglsiean& an esnfrte pooe .4wil SO
States was better iealized in years ago. AnEes, a ercossoes o xmle dissolution. It ,is 1elie Ved cancelled.
poety inthe American tr~a- Whitman still, s peaks to us. tales- of tAe great Achies 'of M.Ptesato ws f
dyln~a Bnettha b th pwerfully. teNizain of Hyberaldad Aaken because of -ertain cri- last'shwel i
brf iebllots rier.Whitman's a;Years of. the have sredoudewr ticism levelled'at the Haitian. with, rHaiti Week>,,'ast
Something h e Ait hyat' Moderrisl 'i~s still contempor- .and have tended to concal, 'eteb eea H~-ArttteH
young dsefcntered. in. ary reading, -and oihstefcttt Idi isreally' tian artists. was, report o Rae
-their attempt t. r rephrase ((Passagb to, l ndian. Emer- a poor county. evertt ttesi0e b'y I
carttAmerica s ouhd itsns off, niot as, irrelevant to think better understood than in taeernIdis esthe Rai ian krt, Cene ha P, i a
ing, ubw uusublt,or the their own times as th o.upon oetg hc sldeealune pit- tight .by, amniong`,O n
,art, of, a cou arei fidelt, ctical idealism. Inr in line wit oux i ig ydh nWlss x atele
metimth do athnities, which is so constantly deeat. of. auosEs.hibits: have been held by this Fotiead Im
on i kggre~y ws' Feee .:h or i sice, 7-7r epga@oi ~heffekT
ford thoiht an Whita bokie6rtlehtksfl n osd '- Ar Cetr set o
And~~~ ~ ideditwsipu t w.s hi newsseg to- hereIwsstfd.O Olr 21$ aefrfi atya s
heeya htEnoenc~a: .*..'tal nth eted of th gian artists i, sr odme tifolwn ioent, i

:h,,,ento ame itoyo, irican scene. Their drinkifgth1 ik eme ealnng and five fee
zumerus bok werddbno brtes? hra.Iofitewls
very~~0 impusan eAret Cetr sent totl ---- 1te fo h ecut 3di sI COS UZ
wee' reqelor f hearid thoughte -As -Whitman destn diit 61 n sl
Aitn& indshed, it wagrs' wherete 11-hass anot9-1' -fo Hai lastyeaads
'i Hamn putare i, his gon.*W to in- propieto wbiO tched jutreure
ffis ,l yee an ts .lff l .abl y ecions thcite -of theA

-witrs icl no oos ie otg- roo ome lay iheis possess on (INNe r- e
crea di ng pleel fbe andt t his eid n'-Drc',r. 8 P 'thf~iseo4. eleepi nt .IP r
((Have, we- nout goeir her 'bdpra I hav 'eve 'seePn f ed 5Vcat 4
riffigleg vnswhc ee n xdnrmn a iu zdi nation hs 10Centwimter 2ruit _MI dmi
ceetion ln gn ong emgnatough ebuatngd littlfe wek aover 7fet ico ksupe da 1a3
ry refreshm ent tothr m aesqntetooks eiha yar~ e 2 asa tk2 ugodds f3 yeo u 8Pa
theAmeican scelne. Thir drinkings themske6- mere Jongs and abbu00 a five feets t a 41is olta ontr
nueros book wi e h bi sheceidutilsm, horsQd tocoeteLJc~f ith cove- )mmiso ?Nce
-vrimp th 1ity foth: ester fort hihelw venrust18IL,00. precions ltl an- 2Au
nes o i guilta u- y ep a ters tonly t u o nesem -,:recious intoe fow ter,
is, prdae'sr -ob'e 'or,. we.:sae bound -ar wigheredespread,w apd; ano savte 4tfe

diti mar-i w in~egire haot t etrus Threadenie.o h ed 'eo

Thoaseo h itr=boe I is noit tedt fatt nAvr-ht odrfi
ruellyHrma 0pq th9o0,o7upy-.c telg. dwt od The prpreorwet le-
Vuop,-Fran isalerd nfull. myt rn atclryltg.gseactions itee non hiC1adrl e .
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1 awAY, JUNE 17th 'HAITI SUN* p
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S,.,. .- -:0:- Eddie Roosevelt, former .-:0'-.
"S At the end of-the month head of theil dept. of;the. Miss ?alo.e
:-._.. .,M -... ,:, ._ Mr..Franois' Theard is leav- Tational. -n ad.d biothzr daughter
S~" ng for Washington D.C. to of Andre Roosevelt, manag- dre' i '.
aM r i le. _aon Bk .pd brother dauhte ...t'!. M.e ..A&. .
"". ..study higher statistics. qf the Ibo Itle, arrived in is toa .
-:0:- town Thursdaj accompanied (Cru, .igP
Miss Helga Tippenhauer by Mr. George Krieger asso-
A arrived home from school' cited with the Import Ex- ..- .'
Sin the .States Wednesday. port Bank. The gentlemen
.E "V Eairly next month HIelga will after a three. day stay at the
a A accompany younger sister Ibo Lele returned to Wash- .
g . Gerda to school. at Convent ington. :It;is said they were ;;
-: Pierre Hilaire. who went local business tycoon. Marie Dupanloup in Paris.* here in- connection with the. Catholic "'' '
ttin. search of the' promised Jose will leave shortly to at,- --:0:- ILoah. Hospital aipel ''
land some five years ago, re-. tend -sumnher courses, Jacque Fourteen members of the 0:-- Sunday Mass at. 8:39 '., "
ZU1-ned recently' from Aruba line will enjoy every minute Inter-Cultural Conimittee of Young Paul Demars, su- Serpion in Eng
:wih his iwfe and son.to.see of a full length vacation. Washington, D. C., le ft pervisor of the fancy calcu- Sacr6-Coer. ...
Ih flks at hofein Jeremie. --:- Miami by Pan American laying machines at the Cen- 1Masess 'at:4-6-8 a '.'
9!1p, impressedwas. he with Dr. and Mrs. James Hark- World Airways Clipper Sat- sus office, left by tdie 2:30 Ca t S&r d a "m1
hse:chmge l and promise ones of Berkeley, California, urday for Havana, first stop plane Thuirsday for a .two at.'5O- 88:Q0i
homeland; that he set off touched down Thursdaf in on a ,2-week ,swing through we1k vacation: at his hote SL., ei
is week for Aruba tosell their t Bonanza Beach four, Caribbeap countries, in Monteal, Cangda. a... a:
s buhisess there and"return .Crft, .Plane), and spt an The gro u p, forinerly .: '
' l.iedLately t Port au- evening at cool' Chatelt des kno w n as the nationall 8 1TI -l ....ss.-.
Pice to .art 4e steady Fledrsn.. Tihy took ff' Fri- Council of Neki .&Women LP l lf4-Ut I JWW] I' |
li,Emlis-vfi ."., lday to &-otine. their ivate will,'yisit. Cuba. ,Jamdaica,- .9 "
i'c':.. .caribbeanl cruise.,. Dr. Hark- Haiti and' Puerto Rico to .' .--.:--' "
J-ippy to be home and re- ness. convinced that air travel study inter-raciar relations. 'Mr. and Mrs. ndre St.-. ,H .,." *h
,lved to hat e his nose out inyoir own plane THE .. t have decided on a name 4 a.,lii.U..
.sd6ol books isYe ,Ga ~way to get around, will They are .eavng Havana .fr thenei w4a4iVal- they ,6:00a
lere who has beii hard at write an article on his re- Jgne 20 for a day it Cama- will call her A.g la. 7:00.- :
ork in Mntal Canada, urn for his medical Journal guv, 'Cuba, then'Clippeeing -:0:-" "'- Q.{ i.osm,.
is year pas. on Haiti and its people. We t Agston, Ja. aica, :Jun. .it is said that th. 93Q,30 1p.s
0:-' n ip W 1 Yor ay b o ring Toni Munez and'Eha...n':.'
1.: .. :0:- presumn 'from the air. 21 tui ays fore ring Torii Mu and Epa
SatUrday night -at. .. -:- conatxnung .oto .rt-au- his: ofar-daughters -w e.r g S .U I
ar.e ^ "Q. It's. ie .-.. J S. i"ne "s Pri Haiti, June 23- fori ai o tislydawhtsw.- these. Spd .
o mmen e aleffenith trofleddtonsis sa . .: coning of Mis.. Munez and OIt
tins teady, clinking.of Th-medical .pression e- 'Sai Juanh, Puertoi Rico, -'i the new'son-in-heir. Egbert' : iae"r littin ";.
sses.,to.ho, e pe d remove thettroubdled' thetfinal sto 'on the tititer-., entered the world Tuesday. ,Serclie if*7 A "r'
iti-n of ihe .Presidenit an tonsils thi, coming week.: n The:paty 's a giving
Administration. -The deys there June 27 fqr four-ay ,'.
ihowd -signs of quitting .' v..isi befor-e boarding a 'Clip-
te .Veert Galant at five this Rita Franciloh from that per july for New York. .

JE-^' -b 0----. 1...... elmo I o o, PSh:..7 Alphas-
rssel ..srout we hav" elightcanf Br',aoe "-e 'al, : J fe.-.e.-wi.t.es ,.ehne-t


oi.orn fg -,..t dae ari- a l en t wa a ,-.C,.s .tin ar rjl \- .. e 02 "-- .:. _' ..,'. n; .. .Ss.. .
r h it- .i should, develop .eb . .. .. .. .t9 ,S- ...
e' W _a .pa r ... .....wd a e.. . ', .c ,.,vrc heca -
A,' Aharprsedst.'ttdih&dUpite'..cel4
i d fond-u.s re c d'z.e .,-
.,;.ii "in-" 'State sirVe-'ed..fronio ianmi- D".,n." ';-
i." ....i:---0 -T' t IMrs.".:ne i .t.- a .in, bjh P.AtA. Sa..4rdV BAlabase-.
horn. the: ".", '' wifeof he wellokfOwhiifb.i:-
,..om .-'hn..land of.t .-._ .. ... fo. . skd r er i re sto ycon.
rsel .sprout we have iroicn Bir~daer Gerae, r.e- Geok'ardaq s hres t orin '
; '.od f the .safe rrivar l in tred .6 : Cuidad Trqjillo er wi.th t e bi- t t. e
..A.n.werp of the lewsHa s. nfThursday -iter vacationing ar .
-'ec,6.n ere for toIno0ths'-.with. Jqseph ..ar.sdc :.e I
Con su Eri .oe r T ral 'e a sansd Hear edh- s ,, O o .w.
:,rossin of .the North Atlan- a asnand hed ,s '.n" .'
.ic aboard -the' luxury liner ...n ec .. e .l : ":t
ede atnr nas far f .Dr- Heh fnlmond, retrin- hilippe.and .Jcques. chdrc
ter ndd. etosHaieilMlnday fro an Jamenl. : .. '- Y .
__7,..: -. .. year of study itar.naC da. Dr.'
thre i carh graoyne y.t -.-ni. led home rom stdies at Ber
d'o e ti ,m '.0 nard Collegei ',NewYork"
..t' Ynedic,.af treatmentt' 'Thp. '''Jacqtzes'L.,reb rs ..Litra- 'this t week. .
g.i .ete., heu .im 'back.'in in at the HIAlin'Anric i --0:--- '' '
:"da..i condition T iou nstitute'is setti.ngoutat-the rs. G~erO 'Bazile cele- *'
2. 4e"t 'ffi .'. ". "'- beginning-of Jply for -West bated hr'-birthday Tusaa. '" "
"""". '....0":0" '.. .... Virginia State' college to en- ,-Gard anda-host.,offriends.
h e coin roll foir alegthj. term :of
frmsch a -comme'ced 'to celebrate. the
.. aren't N -al' stddy.
...,,:a4 ,jr11sheand ' occasion after-noon and coer
e a-ndcueline:- tinted past. midnight at Veert
.... -. of "Jo~seph Nia1 TeSacred Heart'.,Church. Ga...t"
.....' .. when the new, Frend bells
W.expect to be in 'the Capital.
Weddingbells... yes for,at least two 'more, weeks,'
Gilbert Brandt and Co61tte then return to home in Jac'
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LEMAINQG T D0D -TE EWlFTLE. TIM'S1-Twenty-year-old; .

. icilhandsheslen at left intouse. Pictvred in a Wash-
spinal, the ischarge'ean ero managethe a li Armghwter the Ar was
nlthe Brooklyn y th 'oneRaymundo, wod
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-.bt m h i .lb.i. u.adrup.le amputee of they
.' te DIiuibchands he is ltuento use, Pictured in. aWash- ,
e top, f. CGs hospital,-the.Korean 4ero manages a. lighter with

a, k ,. .t lln.ihe pe Wetwi. .
er-0mi (Conlinued from.prAe clo.10T N
". ,:, L ,^d.d o..perant exploration ifivestors in a foreign coubh-
workor' the U.S. Depart- we would be in copetion
'ent .A.griculture which with such countries, unless
If.,- ?".k li 'to Japan, Chinma we 'can'.mechnize. "
;' do-Cn Si Mataya. He .eperted a' property.
p:.,ept c e,.as .. a e fio.' e, fIo ee
.: 'andIe -Dutch East lfes. for .Ne.lso.n: and Laurence
; JLenows. such, intrig~ung Rocfeler inm Colombia and
I asciMakassar, .Kuaia later became a' minor stock-
N... agsaki, t'ha er. he property which
S-ifit C-.airs.56, 'Cairo an cdmprises close .to 1,6400000 PRINCETON PANTHERS-Jet
..B.. .":', :. .. ,--acres; nce farm,. ehl. i K thb'Jets zoom over the, carrii
cLee iade goo invest- lie has been decorated by e Priceton d. other ai
.:iid,'theP 'Philippines our own.. Government in m iHu in
ai th- paoduas weo s or and
h.ie isistsowas not uck Haiti as wello ador and most of his life and wants to
S; b6bu" fdesight,, h.e. sold out the Dninjcan Repulc, for s' aeen cool1
a:,consilxderrable. extent his 'work'i i tablishin new con i b ..i,
.' .n s wr.. environment, hence ,Charm-t
c I4 en.de cai thesLe rthered coun- tusg Caeietde F leurst bin
a W h slod 'g n 4he s dlor t -coun I
S he,. DJ' .ic . .- .-,. cool efiscotff, 5,000 feet,
1A a sa, ,tkqesearcn, t.a .- econtisiders ehis wire leabove- se v-
thie. US..beprb.rai '!icrace., Gies. Le f r o m eL,' yeL oy ) leisurely mi-.
. E .u.u. at "ay. l" D. ,'.. nd. ', j-,"--. utes Proi- Port-au-Prince;

e- r '..d.o thbe LDepartmento of. decorations, and- we do too. laien e n
i p ', SJp for the, itei Hie gets a kick oi of he a Itoy he iulie 'n
nmaldy in, i.Cetr"l 'being the only member from get o why eom hs Hm s
A: h' ..i.. "wnere he worked Haiti lit the palatial Neiw- jo,.and has established- a-.
e ,.duras., Guatemala, York Athletic Club and the nw o, i U
.,idco and. Cubat, lustrous tosos Club ai, the prod uct, on and
a: i o ca .ar ba W u-o.. export of cut-flowers, which
oa ce i ,sd s.C w on the share of Chatdlet
S7 well He .can Wh Lee /retired from des Fleers in the tourist busi
..4.. ..th ii sloggrig in the United Fruit Company, ness d is alPready bringing
e-Guianas, thei-dfe esdent of.the Corns.y' ut 25O00 gourdes
oidcs in ,wdc ',mquee ha l. Samtuel. Zee- y of foreign o money to"'
ck.:tef .n C'entral m-itray, i iohi lee rards as kf.- .

'4cal;e.of ';ea1 ':".'" ej:" oe'"'h g..',e-t Ame nis ambition is to become.
'I NowAchdlbfan c4 the whe'Sers and Roebuck .'f'
S cale ofakese countries b ,r. emurray char the' flower business and
2 Ety weU.indshead. For tafedt em asY ef, If not make Haiti the flower cend
,^|^ ca oerJt before te the 'C UE-flowers, w
tI~cer .... JA be etihi iinin the ten of the Western Hemis-
i6-weto d .d,man. word, in ,,-tropical agricul- here. Under-Secretary'Ed-
eaned the.. equivalent of, ure; Macee treasures this ward. Miller ofthe Us..iState
.-... c.ftsU.S.pen d; letterr .as one of his 'most Department considers him
: '.. ".,.* '"ClfiM vije 'scai go -as ."cherished "possestH American
Sf 'as 7 cents U.S. per dayr Why did Lee come to try under President Tr&-
,..... s. that, in Hati we Haiti to retire? He says that man's great Point 4.
"...';" .ib;lddavoid crops in which he has lived in the Tropics His Kenscoff neighbours-

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A '- 1"" 6 s k', t h at. i n, H ai"t '. .H"i t.. .o r e.-r.e ?.H e;..y s t:h a, ma.'s.g r eatP oi"t 4..
4h 'a od crp-n h c h a lived... i.....the....T ropic.. .... ........ .. ............. ... ..hbo.... ..


1-year-old George Raymundo,
ed a physical checkup prior to
ed if he would enlist when he
ta draft me," was the reply 'of
Swas examined at the Aberdeen
the service three weeks.


LEGS AND EGGS! With a
'.-o pe9'.m, expreshion on her
face this three-legdi chick
Meii Slurphtied t6 hd th'. .-he
si. cotsidered._. usual But.' t
the extrah-dru ck isn't enough
to make hA a- rarity. ler
dual- egg"producing facilities'
b o'.tu.;d help Appropriately.
enogh, ig ,At'.te od'iw t was
nified-. fter hber' noame town.,
S. a, N Y


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tisoning fuel from their wing tip thanks, two Ntkvy '8F- Gi-unian
r U. s. s. .Prndeton, as 'they return, from a mission over Korea.
t carriers operating with Carrier Task Force 77 have contributed
e4aking up the Communist spring ofdeie..
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smiliiigly call him i'Depu-
tyn he Seeiis to be getting,.
along with the people of the
country.
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MILK'OF KINDNESS-
Thanks to two-and-a-half-year-
old J.on Knerr,.an expert bottle
giver, Woody Groundhog has
never had it so good.. Woody
lost his mother while shadow-
hunting one day in Allentown,
Pa. Alog came John to take
Woody in hand, and a beby'


TLL Ai EN-Mrs. Mar
Butler Dn,'. who wa
named POConrdo in 1870
wil- repeat her title role thi
su w en h, sewill rule on
state's 7th birthday pakrt
s Brown atesived her Clow
a at Pebloat Ca., BIaM
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SPresident M41oi attiieha'
er a socjcinchbetweei.<.
Artillery teani and Caserie's .
Dessalines'.t ea in, 6n the
Champ de ars itdiiy .. ...
morning. The latter team
.,won 2-1 Thts 'is the first
match in a series to be played
beie wn various units of the
Army.

TENNIS
t, At the conclusion of the
SGordon Trophy tennis dou-
les ~ampionship last even-
Sing, FredcjdjLudecke, well
p- bri' sportsman and sports
'''aleK, presented the famous
Dunlop Maxply tennis rac-
.-. ., :.' .-, '. quets to the winning doubles
team: Wilhelm Ludeck, Ed-
, ward Baker..
":0:- ROCKY-BYE-JOHNNY Rocky
S: Johnny Greco, cehaknpion Canadian
is coming week a sin- taken one of i$ky's special sedati .o1
gles tournament for the Nor- right cross to the jaw in the third rowndo M
Sa Arm'oti cphy w s ooughe count of t
ih an trophy will M6r
"' take place A


BED SPREAD
ROASTE (Cootinued on page 8)
and U. s'houlda ,have '=.. e gL g L. The buds aod blos- j j S $'K
S a. you sios h ad. 'so, consist of emeralds,
.iphires, rabiesh aqu aiar-
inUS.;id ftone\, diamonds,
.pearls anrtd-opUts. In the very .."
centre ,.ebedspread is'a .
..u.iIJ u huge cabochon garnet as big wi j p o
7 air v 3 0 pew department whi6h has just. opetied ,o&i'
.p -,,, _. .rietor "s flor, has a wide variety of gifts -o cfe in ad
E..,.j. d ie e ae i is ee fr your sel .
S-WPESS JSSIbedsffrpi& YM9 laff thift lie 4 y
could assibly -timate n ..
--a its value, but that if ever it ;
left his sho -he would con- 114 Rue es


he wahis negotiating with the
DISTRIBUTO FOR HAITIGovernment of India totex-*FietF
Shibit the bedspread in for abou
P50 CAp resent, he. said, .. ,..,'V ''


OPPOSITE FORD ... TEL : 38 eign countries as an example
Government of India to ex" .,.. . ..-..n ,0,!
";:""':.,,[ .:. .DISTRIBUTOR tiOR HAITI "+,,=__.kli!i ''
,.,,..,,""hibit the bedspread in for- as :- :'.< -
OPPOSITE FORD... TEL : 31.8" eign countries as anexml
of, modern Indian workman-




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poidC'st lourdsCodyarq--l Canada D~ry the fistname In """



kdes pneus do touted autre marque.
Asfffavors-
. redements obsenrv6s depuis.
ton des annes onvento que les

Cl'andurance et le rendement
ino- ar"e'"SPARKING WATI
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d'avantage eia Roa rn "t.d -AU GINGER ALE ---CHERRY SODA .". .
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U$SINE A GLACE N ATIVNMAE, S. :
3-4Wp FRUIT KOLA -C1A%[ SDA --- GRAPE
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& frb sw -....R l'Etat $,O .0O d WANTED Office f
_"-.ted; i ss Ies for Houses for rent St-Antoine tures and furniture; serinc
ae uep-a" s s-tems,"1 .ab as Concerning the above see aHaiti Sun P.O. Box 488
Swad ted boeset fo r RIeal Estate Agency R.odor a F '
S 'IFt feeling Trading corporation,, $ild-
'eoin# *&g..'i .sde, ing of Robert.. Bohhmme,- .
e... Cy p+ :... tC tpa :, <'. ;h ,15 i.e,,P .o n 7 An apartment for rent
.t o ,eu .it, .:- ,w1d *a-a enq .iin. .of B" zoton on a hill overloc
... ,t i t.t s a. ure-+ enquirng abou .,tny. or .. .. ..ri

"k ', 40 th, e 'RoddzfTradi4 ,C tj. i .c ..lveni cesf wit servi"

a o Offi .sk t& t rs and mgags. Delightful sH
Pfreo. 041 $ 35t hd he roundinidn uegs -. Contact t
4 ni",a che they olt he5t .aHaiti Sun .. ,
rYh acestei y 'li lrw.etn
150, ,rd


"- . .-. '.- ",FOR SALE'
3 .. --Casteras Maternit


1/2, carreau. of land; at
BiZOtol $4041
l .aS600 .

Pr.iert in. nri.
S' PIpyP a,c e Boyer
O0x80 $150@' 'I
'2 careaux 1/2 on road St-
Mairtin-PetionviUe $1500
C prMill. $390.
,.Wall house, 1 storey,


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ClinC A last. year model sewing
machine in excellent condi.


D eodr erges Castera's coin
forkable, ad! complete mc-
dtrn 12 room Maternity, cli
nic is at y-our service. This
up-to-date, clinic is located
I the same building as the'
Pharmacy Castqra, opposite
the Telpgtaph and Telepho
ie Buidiiig. Cal! ; 131.

ROOM "WANTED.'
Jamaican couple would
like board arid lodgings at
-the end of 'the month.- State
paticulars: to "Haiti 'Sin.,


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tplpnhno ;. 4-'


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GOING : E THRIFTY.
Packard 1950 4 door Se- "
.dan in A Icondition, Radio '. : .
etc. selling t a ga ve-away, -, '* .*. ". ' '
price, l400i bllars. Contact I* THE FINEST QUALITY
."Haiti, SunM immediately.

BARGAIN ,r., A. -PoE : .
Ford 4 door Sedan, xuns ...
wel --looks, are excellent-. *
beat owner down to.300 dol- '
J.ars. .,S.e.Haiti Sun.* + + *:,+ 5 ,+- ,+ + :


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AGENTS

ALLEN & BAUSSAN: offer their


: STANDARD HYDRAULIC PORTLAND CEMENT
IN,.AGS OF 42 1/2 Kgs NET 6 PLY ..-

The lBest Qlityi CEMENTat"'
'.+ K" t:he Lowest possible, cost.". '

AL- AGENTS

41 & BASSAU
S.SYANAVI P A N EXPOSITION- '
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;und don't try'to give me that stuff about JasWha miil .b 1 .n j e l2
An be#h another. DiMaggio.if it h.dnt been for Mr. .' .. ..... -
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