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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   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."
 Record Information
Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00046

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cet hthatbiJ o gl^ the liihr&"dt Bfour, to-oivi.bvdae quick took. 'loved ty al L oi
pi es 6 Alt ke it." c iedbeie certr .o.aibbean island-wi k has caused a
,CaiHidestassee. uviduailsta ed muoe g. stsal^ side.. he, too_,_ s mourig. d i**
kii* is tealy no excuse at. A happily maria coaplp ans -ana clutzlc d in hliis taetw he + ,' 'Ah
a The yonSg bioaqqIn4 wese7dinven'3to separap by-haa8s. 'Ehire probablyy mwil l
shot soite ae"durhg a the maliciomus interfef 4beianenoenZusbasketbulg- tv and forty, he.' was at
Eor the car less k- a sanctionio *. f intgfewiOzh ,sisal .shoes, bed- head of s #; .ministra
rm skes ers and hakidbags, tive PO4-' u i .Yuent te
.t-,A' t e seerni' ..aahoganv. sal.td educator. ,dt of .th tee ca
A qie.d Live bottles noColoh co'e.e-e
4he viotion of con- sonal life. Another '. five-starredxi&a ': t' "etaiiryB
ce and malicious tale- woman, in the ti < ed.Vitsses.w vb-U re. Ambas
ng can cause more ha.- stormy love affair a a teeedlewO s
than another world war, highly feverish VIRUS Fre~- ~erftes-o a olomatic post.
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'29th


SUNDAY, JULY


S X ittDw BUSINEns uOjs'-u 4U rk!S CENM'i "

Summer Bookings Excellent

Th tourist business is The promotional cam-
enjoying vast improvement, paign launched two, years.., Dear Editor,
.with a 40 per cent increase ago, which includeqrveerti.:: feel that
already reported over last ing in newspaper aidthdin the: A.Is it up:$9-
.7year and 'with bookings for travel trade publicanians, is'the guests..
the summer months at an all generally credited f&.the big -time to go)1
2 ine high. increase in Haiti's gutuist *apf inte0:is.
Our New York Tourist dustry. Last April -in Nev :of your readh
Infttation Bureau, (offi- York, a series of special pro- Answer: IN
cial agency o4,the Govern- grammes as pait of the Haiti ever have to
.ment of Haiti in the United Week festival further stimu- party is over,
-tates,-reported this week laced interest in-.Haiti which maybe becau
hat ..total of 10,000 vaca- has been visited in recent thought abor
n-is{ts_ had visited .here for months by many distinguish- in advance.
he ie months of 1951 ed personalities, among them A i
ta"" estim-... of.. th...ste An a invita
ro(Ja a gi a.y). Bas- Xavier. Gugat, Vincent Price
S... ..tc sps .estim .- of.. the stage ,and screen, tals at, v
,te rehat atleast 20,000 Katherine Dunham and her means that t
S. t orswl- have vacationed troupe of dancers, movie to end about
f. .aiti $y'.the end of the actress Jenniffer Jones and '. Wb'
r yeari"ulyall aUof them- her director husband, David are having d
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.Al-o regular erv.ce to prinelpal CrUbbean
i.. .: Ytu.jan now "fly PAA" dlnmot any.
where...In fact. to 83 countries and


,o guest should
be told that the
but some do -
se they haven't
it the problem:

tion to cock-
e-Thty .plainly
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seven or seven-
6teter the hosts
inner at home,
ngagement out-
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t. hat the party
up; before or
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specifically this is going
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SEves t e week-eWt gs"i
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'Sur dy evenmgj, aid Yet the
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Beyond the 'common-sense
Srulens,- I'4'e fon d' there is
what might-lie called a psy-
chol6gical means.of knowing
just the iight moment to say-
good-by. 'Evey. good party
rises to a peak 6of general en-'
joyaient, iand their' g .es
downhill.. Try to leave just
aftei the pirty has passed its
crest.' i I
But what. of the guests
who doesn't know when to
leave? .
Then it's up to the hosts
to help out. Turning off
the bar in no uncertain
terms, of yawning and1 mak-
ing remarks about having to
get up early tomorrow are
somewhat rude in them-
selves and only to be resort-
ed to in ,emergency., But, at
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-". Fore r o liont um.w Tyo re enwor mark, if nAt sincere, can be T ese,.r paCaue .tpain....enm,-
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WORLD'S the host. And, .once the
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new story that may prolong
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f. local newspapers to the ef- There was no doubt or con-
fect that the Assembly has. flict.. .
approved the: decree that a Eberwein took the posi-
state of --war no- longer tion that the .'whole sum of
exists between Haiti and the. contract was- to be set-
Germany This may. tend tied' at the same" time. It
to influence'the strength of was then, that the matter
the stand taken by Mr. Diey- was. brought.to Judge Gede-
fuss. on for. his decision.
S. .-I. .
Mr. Eberweid's position is ...e can only try to guess
diat Mr. Dreyfirss.gwas ap.- -the motives -which pro ipted
pointed b6y'ir-. Grieg a --re- ner-Eberwein to act as he
ceiver of-the funds oipaay'for did. The owner of the .-La
ithe purchase of the boat 'Paloma-, who along with
hic, he claim.agas nego-., three-members of the crew.
Stated" between 'himself and affirmed to, us chat GRIEG
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S .l Whatever ie outco
.I.T.:e l this ebate, we may
th a asred that justice '
contrae ore'the er. \
ap dn t hands' do ne itt this case accc
was plan .the ..... ."
Judge Gedeon. Thus, he. as. the following sta
i j fact fulfilling thatportion renounced by Judg
of. the contract on which eo to er
:f i-A lt Tuesday :

,- TRUST IN HAiTI'S LAWS ... WE WILL C
YOU YOUR RIGHTS.AND YOU WILL RECEIVE
MONEY THAT IS RIG)ITFULLY YOURS.,


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MYSTERY OF THE
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same oine which
every day anii ,~i
cumstance. "-'Hel a
ready o' "understand
'i to cohciliat&.
Remain an exanpl
Ww future generations.

Dbath .overcame
te age dforty-fii
parly, fo ,h would B
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B which-he!ihad so "in
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:from. all walks of li
together in cominor
ing because each of
that he had lost
generous protector.
true friend., .

In the' face of sui
fusion'" of. sympathy
dow can be proud
had a husband such'
Liautaud. It .is akci
know that though
passed away, he still
the minds of tho
knew him. Look at
face and the-wisdo
emanates from it. I
at -his welcoini' s.


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oof "ds lords Goodyear quo sur
11 rest des pnous d1 o toutl autre marque.


TEs rendements .observes depuis
E des annees rouvent que ]es
pneus poidb lour a Goodyear sont
' une quality incomparable pour
I'endurance et le rendement
kilomntrique d'une remarquable"
economic. Pour un maximum
d'avantages achetez des: pneus
poids lourds Goodyearl

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nt~jssued from Page 1) about his royal d
Buckingha- P
fe joined afflicted by this sad loss, to spnnc thrie. wjeq.s.
i. mourn- find here -the expression .of menn, atV .a i
them felt Our most sincere sympathy. cuperating' ,
either a .. ;. lung; i jflm iat"i
or a very RG.- laid h Iinm 4Q sc
"T. .(raNslated by -Hati Sun) he Kin' '

ch an ef- 'aradce s __ ,..
his'wi- ,ppeniti of a r.aipo
Ito have- BACKI AT WOR.K, :e, in~ i I
as Ad "e .In health again, but -look- Windsdr .'
umfort to ing-.a .shqdpow 'of,holself, .,
he has King George is....back going igTME'Juy:,2dl4
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his calm
Pm which'
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fAelhat.of the Haitian people
ir ith active interest and
. -ippott given the country by
( Sefender. He applauded
pperr's 'goodwill under-.
p!.and pledged his con-
S".i.. .cooperation in this
S -b uding project,
Second sp ored by the
rip ski years The
1" aitfia Prep4a,^ said his
.iMovei ife"ri wa .m full ac-
'op with, this programme
:.u nndeqrgird racial ties' be-
en the United States and
o adtated that the
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by a delegation headed by
Jean F. Brierre, General Di-
rector of the National De-
partment of Tourism, his
assistant, .Roger Savain, and
an official representative of
the American- Embassy, Mr.
Gaynes. The Defender's
queen was presented a huge'
bouquet 9f roses by th Tour
ism Depam e .AM ", ".-'*
1During their stay i Maiti,
the group -- in addition to
being gizests of Ptesident
Magloire and his wife also
were recipients of a large


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sistant to the Secr
Defense, were hosts'
honour affair along
other members of the
cabinet. They were
by the office& of Cong
William L. Dawson
and were luncheon j
Spurgeon Burke,
University official.

1951 Winners I 'T


son, 961 sily
,Hiiti feet- hboilu
proud tq havet been
t6 play host to the


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etary.of contestants of the 1951 Chi- and women over 180 year of
for the cago Defender Nation-wide age.
with six Popularity Contest. It is gra.. The popularity of the,
e alittlen tifying to note that this dis- winners was determined by.
received .ipgubhed groop of visitors the rmber of .votes ampsose' I
pressman is utilizing .every available by geting, subscriptions, .
(D. I1-) .tezpent in' tJhe attempt to free vQting coupons .which
guests of Jne ..br .acquainted prn i. the'.Defegder.
Howard w i4 sHe alia way of life Aliieit 400 wombn froi
in copariso'n with their. 35 StAesp of he Natinp en-
S pw9. ,Mred Jis spectwiclsp co -
he tpies id 106 were ded :-ed
hi T ae Chtag !Defender, winner
America's dg. w y Three all expense paid
newspaper for almost a half t.ips fro any city. n Amer. "
entnr, has )ust d c ts thico ad to Wao.
ired and s-eand nationwide 10,000 0 g-,t- t -C ad- :etW -'
s4lectd 49L11"ar P6pularity Contest, .g, D. ., ,' ov.r"eq
winning w-ich was only open t6 girls (ContMiue on Page 11) .-


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ch .The shadow d d'cath or
d serious ij hovers, cob-
sc 4.aniy over I-h, tullt a
where man -'itis kill wit
at, cape and .,q .or. ag.' nst the


ied e $ h ddy-bi*# a;?

t.. fo er a.. r 'h
tit ~ot-4way e "t "
winner: .tei"tiArw "
on .el toro, sith e-
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Icen tapp ov ed .-,n4illion; senttion. lieri.he D'un-, i
dollars; loan to Haiti by t4e hamn aggher troup at thea-
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wir^Mmb$T-y' J. aid homage
et''.Ab aorfowersasrar liberation
pR4e t S efeesate itouver-
t.ar n ler4'$br the aublicncerm.eno4
Wrm- a.fient where'Wrs.
... f e., wreath in
pliS significant con
e ..otbi Utm o :Hasiti n isind&
a ." i.".. .. *nsteem fo t. h e t
e "- n e..:r: p .:
e. P& ."-'gethe crowning
wf"nited Satesa Nth home of-
e r- m gloi.re, Seng-
staIre nted H.iti's Pirst
Ptb ssy it Lady gekubdiet of
n -AmbAssador flowers as n '-:.e pression of
harae mp e sed the- Defenderns appreciation
Sb ee. Def ei r fbr tla e Haitian government's
ambassadors, the cooperation in their joint
* learning a coun- goodwill project and also in
ag4 and .cuStomsa. honour of Mrs. Magloire's
i i~t undersiaid. birthday. Mrs Spraggs pre-
ople themselves.' sented Haiti's First Lady a
--ihh coatr4bu- small gift as an'expression
A&,f ; it of esteem from the entire
~ YM .' ''W. g il group. .
drsa ing. WVlhe in Washington the
'ii Port1- winning contestants were
.h ,e goodwill dinner guests of top Negro 7
their .daperones,.government officials and the
stt bj wife' United States Navy. The af-
ende"'s puw.i.er, fair- ws. held .at h..e Navy.
e T. prgs, Officer's Club with ILt. Den-
the Defender's nis D. Nelson, USN, and
m office, were met James C.- Evans, Civilian As-


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tarid tossed into the air by's a
bounded and enraged bull`
In center photo, assistants. --
one of whom..has the- beast-.
by the horns,', another who"t
h.s the beast by thp tail -e:
Attempt to distract the nrg-|.
i- n^rg animal .while one of elii*
number drags the ,wouadi
bullfighter from u er.4W
animal's massive- l-Oy.
lower picture," Matorel,
moments later, still coveit
with his own blood jnake&


graceful pass' .at tle
ing beast which lt.1k
patched along with
assigqp tp iqfor
Ndt n0titd- wt--'k :w
Spleted would 1e allow
self to be given me
tention.


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bave bees checked by, this
sewspapwr, and -to the
best o ,our AnoWledgt
heir merchandise is of
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Sirloin steak .............
Porterhbuse steak '
gtrloin roast ..
Lolled rib.rpast ......
standing ribroast ....
Lound steak .........
Phuck steak- .........
Pot roast.. ..
pump roast,.............
Short ris t ...........
tew beef...............
riisket..............
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first floor, -has -. wid variety of gifts qom i hr and ,..- .
See for your self- ...,- .0^. :- i: ..

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114 Rue Dantes Destouches" ... OSE PIN.TI.NJG ..,
Phone 3394 .E
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Soup bones. ........... 0.06 Veil Pot Roast ....... 0.50
$0.60 Chopped meat .......' 0.28 T-Bqne Steak ........ 0.50
0.60 Liver .............. 0.28 Veal Ragout ......... 030-
0-60 Shank .................. 0.16 Liver ................ 0.28
0,45 Tongue (eah) .......- 0.60 Breast ................ 0.25
0.35 Kidhey (each) ........ 0.12 Foot (each) .......... 0.20
0.35 Brains (each) ......... 0-40 -Tongue (each) ......... 0.60
0.50 Feet (each) ......... 0.20 Kidney (each) ......... 0.12
0.30 PORK Brains (each) ......... 0.40
0.30 Pork chops ......... 0.50: DELICATESSEN
.0.30 Boned Roast ........... 0150 Head cheese lb. ...... 0.50
0.30 Boneless pork roast .0.60 Hani .. ...:...... ....
0.28 VEAL Salami ...................
0.28 Veal Cutlet lb....... 0.50 Pork sausage....;.. .0.
0.28 Veal Chops ........... 0.40 Smojked pigs knuckle 0-50
Veal Roast .......;.... 0.50 Other variety *-,ats


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FIVE PRIMITIVE phoned a fri id at.she was timate others make of us
MASTERS just about reid i4, .commit never accurate. What -w
,, ." suicide. A fre . ently used people think? Public ODpi
SECOND SPRING FIVE PRIMITIVE MAC figure of speec_. Ja.tingt-ten ion! Under a banner wi
S.' TERS b Wil- ln hde rapport, with sh melodra- that device we should be n
S NTFV.. S. T HE India Severts,:lifework is tr .t ;- ii t matic outburst kthe friend better than slaves. What
DREAM Lan- destroyed- ..ra. atd by Ralph Th p took it serioIyad4,clled I think? it would see
, don..i son quadrangle Wri the police. Fortuiately, the should be one's ptandaz
Never Dies is loosely knot y e thf foremost . young woman 'was -not, t -the Bt it u t contempinte o.n
ted together by a narrative dTJhne wf died in n 194, type to be affected by any- many unfortunate people
; In her best seller, Anna that does .itsbest torsupply. was early enouh in the field one's verdict, well know- the world who are dangi
4.and thelijgo Siam, (Mar- a romantic strand (India bar- to be discoverers' ing the danger we are m, ously affected by cridici
Sgaret Landon let her bucket. bours a gorgeous Ainericanof the Dono er Rousseau) when either blame or praise antby. hat others thii
Sown into 'dp wel ,of girl who has got herself intohis boo lores the Do' affects us too much. and say, and who are drive
S *amese hItory and personal tot water' by marrying a rs of fie sch painters S.mewhere in te Bt ley I 6th.1epths of despair
experiethn4d*e as ten Siamese prince). But tl,'.^uis Viin', Camille Bomr says ,Let he who is without the slightest bits of goss
Syearsa mssiotoary in Siam) fruity, feathered hat of gla .ip 4 Anr, .Bauchant the sin, let him cast the f.i that 'may come back to theh
Sand ,dtew -itup' full Pf 'a orous romance is not. one-" Do hself and Sra- stone-" At some time or an- A well-known psychologyg
sparkling nature of Eastern that sits ,comfortably ,on., he ine Senlis all of whom other, we are all inclined advises consulting a phy
1^ fact and fable. Her newh bhad of ex4Missionary a.r-. Upd enlis, all of who and too.ready.to see the,ote- cdan when we have :apro
", book, pNpver, D ies the garet Landon. Her virtue withl remai-kable candoral in.the otherfellow's eye be- l .m .and not a sorcall
Dream, is' another bucketful are the warmth of hqr.re.i- widerstanding They were fore lookg in the mirror at friend the physician
drawn from tig same source, gious faith and "the lfa-., Tahebecause of their econo ourselves first. One wonders l1at will .NEVER viold"t
but though the mixture is as ness with which she dis- mic Ve- of,;1 ha. ...c...- if there is anything in the. cd6fidt ee, and i yW l
Before, Ist cusses such delicate matters he a whh in all de psychologists tell us thetic and understanding
sparkle hp. 'a y. as jealousy a nd rivalry were so poor as to keep them that we seeF in o otherss oiy t Ddto ,.. "
D... is, among missionaries. The from contact not only witwhat is in ourselves. In Dld among ',ft
S NeverDs s sd and general result is too honest art schools but with advanc-. Iqa recent article aid .a M I h""cd ast hi s tei8
's... noelit..-Inil&Se !and d art.fltto ...be scoffed thiinkg'ini Brall ut thorUITelY publication, the au- ers 4of -anf i his ok eig
v spste'm.i&nssion- at, but too artless to make he maintains that their la thor tells us that whenahe ciirle of'l aie' d odi the
ary in Siam who cannot rid food novel, of schooling ,no detri- decided to cease ali -. ckl pumatren dhe had the
herselff of, hictioon tat A. ...ks.. ment to -oand bsting, al adverse iticism "maihdiff, agd al;vidt in
.- God's work matters mote A. y bbs -.l. :p h.. mere are a- and gossip, and to see only atmdciper.f abyih il i
S an miss". A and Ve .. . .. .tions, co the good in otters; his af- es meh elsein
who acts according While at --ons, m lo- fairs immediately changed Bible it says mFtG
g,.her .fello.. tpim .for the-better. .His.business THY ENEMIES,; anadtl
Sther effots to e capacity '- .. .., .. r* *, Prospered and his health im- we must do, so for the
: of- th e u .purs, ... proved. Of course,' it is much ,sowersl6an i we a
p hin mission house with . .. .. easier to be critical than cor- incle o 'think Dant
Street arabs, a fast-sespping. ret but the critical or fiilt- t
fAm d ler ufashin-.WORDS"
able, outcasts.. So, while inI "t r. evs '
A-ei"h|urimg missions a|**--i k -* fd s .. ..e ^ V s
neihburin misio You said some things that They made you qoite forget tti
hurt me -so, i. yoltf own. A !U
4tn -aJii And J was mighty mean, I -. . ;'. .' .L'
Jiilf'Ae """4 ayA o + CIS
anooL sor mom IForget ips- d'vd forgotten pieh s .i try. t6".,
umes ilr ] We both were right and oth Forg s v. forgotten p will ty to -
.fF.chnomzg IS. ms- ere wrong, Each angry word, each sul-
And so it was we went
si...,ibikspecors arrive on a ten sign;-
che ti budgetary along To tell the truth, I can't ye-
Flls thei budgetHall andx Not realizing they who yield call
Are often masters of the .
fll o. .nn HA e o A single thing I said at all!
'. field.
S.....* ~...' ,ha. there's a riEE.!d& And so, since both of us for-
i Than over you or' over ni get
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qTo co~qier anger, .hrt to
.: !de :. -yet,
A....i- h, o --u- ovr The thing that it was all
Ad .in x thie conliuest ov.r
S-Let's rub each recollection
Yu- said some things tiat out
rt that day; That still remains and
That's why it was I went start once more
wAll over, where we were be-
away.
I thought of every little fore!
Thing, DOUGLAS MALLOCH.
Each angry word remember-
ing;
Eac angry word that you
had said
., Layon my hear, a weight of
c)dE ie way to leadw
nm. ashed ouni.ter
e e.tor i sn And you, I haven't any. O
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iwhat a Korean mother Had Wordsof iine 6thiik HOUSE THAT ALAIN BUILT-Si-year-old Alain Cardot and
q1 this tot. And when she lis mother, Mrs. Robert Cardot, gaze happily at the little doll house
from the river, where aouat, -yu t.a t served as a -kodelfor AMain's prize-winning poster in the Mar- r
jeen 'washing diapers H ad words that sooli so g~eat For your istenizig plea-[. Pl PI'. Child Art Conteest. 2he' Cardot family (that's 101
was dry, clea.r-hsPl- tM ,t.'nb-oid Pyizie in the center) lives in a one-room Paris *-alk-up
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wishes to 'thoga Isa onga from 1943' .
in the South Seas, to mark gives his' Ifressiontp f :thk:
the fiftieth, a rs ad.s and :their. rtg
their .mv' Mrl. p4**-
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They are a happy people firotus, th"eihr-aigifictE
the Tongans, and they cer- physique,i-..d. Queei& Salote,
tainly know 'how to make a trtily'r ~gl figure ik
merry, not only with song. feet,; three. inches in height"u
and dance but with feasting, towers, ver most of hber
as well. And the feasting 45,000 subjects.
on this occasion to mark Her rule is on democratic
'the fifty years of the treaty lines, and Tonga's Parlia-
with Greai Britain was, of
ment, which is seventy-five
course, on the .most lavish years old, has been modelled
pcale. on the British Parliament.
I[mys l h'av see :- ..Queen Salote's fratiji fo .'
I m y sel nav'e seen at one .. . W
feast as many as 200 suck- this country was well illus-
., rated during. the war. At
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t pon spi.tsover hot stanon
charcoal, and laid out to e it . sea re
feed several hundred people. e .il, u- she
S'entertaiaed many British and
And, in addition, there wee Al ed ..ih and i
- .ck :, i.'..4- Allied servicemen, and it
*chickens, i$h, cia-'- cry..
fish will be recalled that Tongan
pot. "volunteers played their part
-all coo. ..r in the Pacific war.
all coo1i 0*o',* :0
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And alf&. 4 ..'
* The biggest feast of
. was .the actual Jubilee an
versary of the ratification
the treaty of edf
-which was. negotia w
King George Tupon II
Song "i^ 1t.$
given the status of an in
pendent state under the p
tection.of Great Britain, a
*her sovereign independei
Swas preserved. Today, Ti
ga is the last of the Poly
sian kingdoms. Under t
-wise and beneve qt kutle
-Queen Salot.e"4i t
daughter of.,it Ju'
x-whom she s "-'fe .
the islands arepsper
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almost ,anything to happen. And
so it was no surprise wliez th.
door to piuthainpton'snew afi,
Bmal home. opened And Inwalk I
a-cit:' The'"'shlter,-e.soied'.
Ourn Dunb FedT Eeagptj
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The fritish jih C6omis.- is ca,-ed) is still c ive and is
sione" for the W tersekin rough( out on_.reat. oc.-
all fic, ir ria eesto h aid ,ons: His battered old
ni- an official two-dox vitso is sh .up uwiphfi i.
of Tonga fqrothe j' eh sho shuntilt f
h brations, lea-ingp e klitghi. .. -i'
hPfom the
Sof greetingsfiomthe. ,
of ot Britain., s story of Cpa'n B hof
was BritaiW's".nksCwh h' J county, and o. f the is-
lde- go much fIftllands in the grou4t. x inafo'-
'ro- fifty year-. ou'- has long special
Ind there are about. 100 of them interest for philatelistp ; as-
ace -were visited by Captain the home of the Tincan Mail,
on- Cook in the seventeen-seven- so called because'.'the"mail
he- ties, when he put in to re- for the island was thrown
he plenish his ostks tp. water overboard in sealed tins from
of. and provisions" He 'found passing ships and picked up
h -e. islands sQ at gtiyve and and taken ashore ..S swim-
it, ie people t- friendly and mers.
'8, hIspitable that he named the Today there can Ie in the
% gup the Friendly. Islands. world very few more care-
2 .4 returnn for their hospital-, free people than the Ton-
!o rVCaptain Cook gave'the gans, with their happiness,;
iTi.ongans their first pigs their natural musical gift,'
iOa'dd also a tortoise which still and their genius for choral
en es in the palace grounds. singing.
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I' lW SERVE WHO1 ONL- STAND W
u.4i.ay eO st of boi's,--b4llettsand .bayonet thrusts.
t' bsiitf.just sitting around and waiting:for the or'
on again. At such tines it is deemed highly desirable
re t who will carry more than his share of the loa
pto.*. the 'reason why'these G.I.'s in 'Korea enlist
a. --- --..,, h-rse in their loutfi .._..,


M a cabbage and a carrot-to Pter th hppopota
I4- annicTvelary. Peter has the adlsSncULpai
I nheo captivity bt he might be.holdingonto
i.~ett a ahis paid up. It li a we.-known
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I RAY-BEATER --' .tBfl' .art s
SWorld Inddledwelight chanmpibn In
S-years, 24-yearabld "- iady
'ar does dot Turpin will 4ve uga, tob-
Sometinaes Inson chancee to regaI! bhis
der to nove crown iNnew.York on .cW.7260
ie tobhave a .U inwrocked.thering. R .
ad, which'- is W hpn, s I fobr-to-one'*undet-
ed a native 'dog.tith only 44 pSof hts und
. isbelt, .. e gavq the world's
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SOUTH PACIFIC IN .THE ATLAN TIC-"Return"g trm r Jathie sae -4a eating that
pen pc nps together, basso at left, nd cm e SugSar. tWas, Iu ,td ,, go the
:Danm Ktaye raise their voices it a sea yhante. Ka. .a .*klir i .hol .istace.
fog. form, mpkis truly s pear-shaped tonlia. butt, Ez .o t01a i -'h ... -'
w deopen tyle that wpu.ii. encores in.the musical South P cifc .


Haiti,,for .a full week's 1951 WINNERS IN THE CHICAGO DE.RIiDE? ,NA- .
.va iaon edplus hre .195..1 TlON- l D PCP LARs C ON S R .N
Henry JAutomobiles, eu;ip VISIT r -,:
ped.with rAdi ..and heater; ,
blu" re, .. .ng.- ". ,. . ..In flMarch, The ton ~.
'Bonds were awarded ,the (C. .. ) As'soa tibn of Ba uty Soq1-
three top w winners with ~ddi- 2 .n Place S o aa T p with
tonal niizes such as televi- Porni at tf '.ny .nd a:.u do.d- tpet. A .
sMinw set, ,combination -radio .' ,I h "u. . %.j .i
and ., eco l. Mplyers, ladies .n t ic e,'l.o j Tbaw-wlo M l "h o msions
.ug 'age, di .amad ri.ns a'. recei ve er "bc s. They will. hold,.'sio. ..3
U. S. Savings... Bdnds were n ode hour. eac;'day "during
awhkded to the 103 other le gaduaedro this atwhich tie ai
win...'ers ston Un iv si ai aIgston, tan. officials andlecturers
The-firstprizewinnerho Oklahoma. Mrs. Haniilt will give. them orientdtioa D r
and thou- was alsp crowned Miss s also engaged in rl estate talks on.Haitnhi.tory o
* u Chicago D4.endern in appro-- business in Cldago, inois. nomic, activities. and busiz
lft.4urin g nriate ceremonies, is Mrs. 3rd Place Miss Marian -ness optortuiitie. .
a repre Ssie B.Goodloe'from Chat- Nathanil, of Detroit, Mihi. ,'
h Louihiana; second place gan, i anative of Columbus,.
honours went. to Mrs. Sarah Georgia, hS.finished pub-.
Pbwell 'lamilton df Chi- lic schools in. that city i also
cago." IllinoiS; 'whie te a graduaiae of Talladega Co'-
hird place tor was won lege in Talladega, Alabama.
by Miss Marion Nathaniel of Miss Nathanie at present is
Columbus, Georgia. secretary to a real'estate firm
Gin Detroit, Michigan.
John H. Sengstacke. edit "
tor and publisher of the De- The gi-oup is chaperoned
fender was host to the by. Mrs. John Sengstache,
three tnp winners duritig wife of the Chicago Defen.
their stay in Chicago. Many der's Publisher. She is Vice
affairs were planned for President and Secretary of
their enjoyment. the Robert S. Abbott Pub-
lishing Co., owner of the De-
The contestant who won fender.
1st place Mrs. Susie Book-
er Goodloe, is a native of As a result of this giXd-
Chathami Louisiana, who fin will project, in Augsut, a
ished the public schools of large group of Negro Den-
that city and is also a gradu- tists, members of the Na .
ate of Southern University of tional Dental Association LIGHT OF PEAOE- UN
ecretariat .lurMi
Baton Rogue, Louisiana. She will visit Haiti. In, associa- 'windowswere, eare
did graduate work at the tion with Haiti's Dental So. as United Ntions p..rsonnel.
a t-a University.of California at city they will conduct a ai to i.a to:
Mi i'on the Los Angeles. Mrs-,Goodloe dental clinic i.- Peort-au- of the ittaeoang pe rit
Cj-befu s h is a teacher of social science Prince. This groupwille n il i
l.we JWe. O..NOW.
lt-| at Jasper Henderson High headed by Dr. CharlIes set_._:.A,
.attaemS t School in Chatham, Louisi. Thompson., Treasurer of the
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,(Continued from Pag 1) gain hunter's dream. Now nsree w
Ch. U S. storms -regula- This small, Caribbean is- ta
'of Chinese art i t.ni tidi-sillo U S. tourists 500 land is an agricultural coun- sla
"'articles.K g"ods duty. A try and sisalt is one of its la
Ja arti, cles. r, s's .i r u0 chief exports. The fiber is la
.I. .Mi -. w-Nitee'i gools made up into attractive rugs 35,
or VWfeew, visors to which- sell for 11 cents a
... . -. ..,. square foot in contrast to the 33 cents asked in the United Pl
^"Saves ltime.hibnty^. annoyancee States. Multi-coloured sisal l
...... +, ,' :, : i; ...- *,.>:o.... ':.-+.-... *-',..0,;/ s .*! shoes, popular w ith A mneri- w c
Scans for beach wear, can be lar
me oIw aoe bought for as little a$:2dol te
lars a p. air. Bedroom slip- 1.2"
Speprs and beanies are tagged
at 65 .e& ts-i. 85..ce ,tsire- .
specti"ely, while women's (
S-''- handbags range from 1 to 5
dollars. yo
Sti-i. o-. .' The aMagik dIles :abounds .,
a wi th Orecioust' wodstbul the
o enoe mo p sst su*ght ,'by-tourist
Sismbahogai;; Most popldr ar
didretl2-inih oli44dch, w
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thatswhat countless business. men are saying about I siftd -bowls c.stming. 4tid. 6 a
t ht w m 0 o. t oldars, with ma tciing mdi




Vt rr..a. dd w e.d the Uliped
L iitn El l l l6 1i 'cidualb a ls esat 60 ceqts a -
'~.'" .~ ,' ... : .-' F t r ,.. 80 -..".a s of ,': 'e r s .
-. l censtld theUnited.States
t.,ve.r Yom.. bus.i'" esa" will '4y jou to' -x s"iateO]" the, n y i
." s. ts., :,,l dt'l #t he- 1.price:1 4o es is
"1n i Sz ast~lm t yol thi.o s an toiuoitgig aony oe sf-k-. ,
"If'ds. s- -- eoreihan do e'St



"sa i i itab e 1- bne.P e in cans




declarations, th are poti sub.
p of c on solid mahgany.. desks ca
4 -;AX rN t4+prihome dip same 'way,-and.stills
.-- ., cost third f. pre '
NR E ,iB N A IA cargo rate i+ 'eleven cents'a

: .ol.s o on-o,' : ,... pound..
in- Almost e v er yo hefemide'
Siou sthe dIscoveU.S.k"iAi is'18.-5
'..,'..ed.'brands' of French per-
"fumes. One. ounce of Caon's


o 2.40 dollars, the t ciadi nd-'.




'Haitian needlework' is an-
u other good buy for tourists;b
I SHand embroidered lunch-


:. .. . '. ,. '.+" .- 4 .i eon. sets for four cost 22 dol-
S- ars, while a set for six runs
Sto about. 45 dollars. Pure',
Irish linen dresses, with
9'".. tasteful hand-embroidery or
1-d '- drawri work, can be bought
ifor 15'dollars. Linen hand-
S.-" ...embroidered blouses start at .
5 dollars while dainty chil-
OUS OlTEa G ERA dren's dresses have price tags
JUS PROT....I as low.as 3 dollars. White
I- i :with embroider-
En toute; Pharmacies ed covers that can be remop-
b a -. ed for laundering, are ba-
s, par les, Imperial Chemical- (Pharmaceuticas) Ltd. g at 6.50 dollars.
senses par TRANS.WORLD TRADING CO., SA porf.au-Prince has ah I


I.TI IS BARGAIN HUNTER'S DREAM


The ist delicious flavors .
,wc*d dcarrytheCanad Dry
lbeName your favorite- '
CPa4a Dry inakes i and put$
Mot all the quauliy, purity
iadsparkle that hare made .
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bevfrngs. Enjoy a bottle Way.


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:store and souvenir shops: a
hi ch features teakwood.. (CosilutL -
le&sdor, 25 dollars; silver ."i ,
ve bracelets for 7-50 dol- Mrs. Fran e e.. '
Mrs. FrarieMoisb. !
's; sitkkimonos for 10 dol- today toA- oi ,, '. -.
i "l _i -,today to .,outtiihe hu.ap &'
s; and Mandarifi coats for Dr. Pidu, who,,. i., F .5
dollars. A t, ." ..i*- ... ,.' '*
,-do lar. ,, advanced medti'ogeA ...
T1he. ,m os t unbeatable Mic,,ig. .*"
uy.I offered in Port-au- 0. o-- i
since is Haiti's Barbancourt :
mi. One of the best in the To .board a-P7 l AJ i .
est Indies, it Sells for a dol t6day for :hoidaytr|Ni E ;;
Sa bottle. fie-star bot- York are:. Eda i M 'O''4'
of elixir is given away f6r 'Yuonne'. Baker
-dolhrs. Hoffman.
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LETTER i if
C nfued frrmn age2) Cidid iil4l
b business nifi ':. i
ur feet; he gets.to his auto- .and man aub.ut t 4F: i & t
atically. You move,. ever, Vus1 .-. x...n -
gently butfirmly, towiard -.'t- ..
e-door,.;.and hechan._
e very 'obd thiahe'll idve b
ith'ydo ig oo y.
You also have. an invalu- ands b,

Lhen it's-al" geietat exodus (via' AA'M;orrcGure).
at'sAeeded-inyurns- receive medical vkreathwoz
c rind theuests. Son, Adrian'sd at.


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,Help Wanted For Rent -For Sale Lost and OEQund


Concerning the above see
Real Estate Agency Rodor
Trading Corpor tion,'Build-
ing of Robert' Boihomnie,
150 Grand'Rue. Phqte 2780.
. Oj requiring about any of
th& .Real Estatee bargains at
te Rodor rading Copor-
ation Office- ask to see their
fine modern handy .sewing
machines thdi sell them at
an astounding y low p&ce.
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S vClIa.f.d.. ew tisemeuts
:xre accepted for things want-
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see -jliWti Syns -- Exposi-
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