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Title:
Haiti sun
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication:
Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Subjects

Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Haiti -- Port-au-Prince

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Sept. 1950.
General Note:
"The Haitian English language newspaper."

Record Information

Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00180


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RD DIEDERICH ,
EDITOR I RONY CHENB
1 THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER GRANT R.SPONS
VOLUMVE III Port-au-Prince Rlpublique D'HAITT SUNDAY, MAY 24th, 1953 NO 31

rst. Lady Stocks Presidential Fire Destroys Shoe.Plat



hie fl dresBstepped and later can be used for tasty fire of the month destroyed the plant which heads the list for
Slittl woode', bridge dishes to augment, the protein main building of the shoemak- the exportation of articles made
Srdent's radio sta- count in the, Haitian diet. .t ng plant of the United Manu- of. sisal, stra and raa.
g^Wedhesday.at 10 in the Later the First Lady was tak- facturers of Haiti' Thursday. Seven persons who were in

%.ch carp into the the '7 breeding ponds at Damien were estimated between 175,000 broke out a little after 9 p.m.
6f State's new fish pod. a. wilestablised tw years poundag under dollars and 225,000 dollars. Luck were forcedal building to, make their es
ere th vangr,.stepped of1500 ath careful supervision of FAO ily the property owned by Pierre cape through heads he widow ire
h that will stock the one expert, Dr. L of China. Now Elie and Nicolas Sterre, and' men drawing on the ion of artilesmad
etar poid built privat- Scounthimon Tal of Israel hds taken part of the stock were covered of the sis adsetra* Co. and raa.
,e. President as part of over the pond expansion pro- by insurance. However some 600 were able to save neighboring
vi0de campaign to pro gram and plans to introduce a buildings from destruction.
turers culture in Haiti'the ThursdayRepu- new variety of Carp from his The flames destroyed the shin
six p the ty carp (Cdntinued on Page 14) estimated between 175,000 breaking plant itself, valuable 9 p.m.
-te's, newfish;pond.""'establish"chinerye and two weeks' produ






S Oo padollar and 225,000 dollars.'Lto the stockholder o.. p ctur,.of te

p.dre vaing th death of 1500 ndependance Celebration at the :cellent example for thbh growth Instcwteeabt iTepe
expert, r. L'No"it",











iwh notr only ,brought time of his death. A cermer oA Thursday rnight'fire f Litile.ndustry.,, r'R
of .music to the youth During his busy life, he,prow- .. It ise the second disasteritp he of" thememot
|:RepuBlic but also enabl- duced an Opera Naissa. based workerss lost their jobs as a re-' have struck the Haibian i idus speak -orenlsJs ct'A e- ia&'
etword to share in our on Jacques Rouman's dramatic sukenpart of the blaze wheh is still trial front in the .past few trof Medicne ii Haiti
cal heritage. Professor taleof of the Haitian peasant' of unknown origin some 600 weeks. Table cotton plant of thour n
Jaegerhtiber, pioneer -tstruggle for water oGuveneur It started in the depot and Madsen Brothers ,twas ravuagcd b. 'd r
ob_ Haitian folksongs, 'de la Rosee.t He also provided a rapidly spread to other sections by flames the end of lat moth e, sho
a ay at the age f 53 three-aCt cantata Pbased on voo- 1 main. pa ithreeselop. o .
y afternoon at his home doo airs,'a Symphony called *'LT- ence etanaeQuoee
onville. I e was .a semi- le Enchanteea, a symphonietta W Orld-Wide Audie nle .r Qpueen a mste
cWho had kept on with and a book of folklore songs for Eieabe TTh oronation ', ou
J gwith te rere rolee
ied physical condition. ', When Queen Elizabeth I was It will be the first Coroniatipon -^.. '* -.
pyerai weeks ago his talent In fact, Professor Jaegerhu- crowned in London 300 years to be televised across two Con-. s activaly a *ltirt of7 Ha*^
|j1s provided Port-au-Prin ber vt'as the first to tap the rich .ago, the solemn ritual and splen tinents: the second to be broad- 'corps an -i n I
Artibonte hetion of stock.









lvth an excellent evening lode of Haitian 'folklore music did Tdor pageant was seen by cast to the four corners of the w ere, a
ic at the American Pavil- by going outs in the mountains a privileged few. The chief won- earth. France, Holland; Deri- si .
id the Profeapor was hard and recording the ancient songs der of the Coronation on June 2 mark and Belgium are planning a ,
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on plans for t mus- of the peasants-preserving the of Queen Elizabeth II .. that mo to eeate thirst Europan te" ne
a of the coming 150th (Continued on Page 11) at t ern science will make the cere- levision netwxample ork. Films taken t
AIGLES'wOWs e
mony visible in 2. 112 million off the television screen- known WITH DACAIDI
oontime,of his deathscattered homes of her people in as telefilis-will be flown across
reside t Eisen ower Accepts Britain. (Continued on Page 2) A full Stadium Magloire w
,:Aaer AoaThrsday gt'.i ot Bacardi try ev'ry endeavour .tQ











pgRnan0 Ou Ambassauor iravers Tee programme Admiral Iichijeld upset the champion AlN
gton has' announced spinal h injury which necessitated Reported Picked Up Iranter In Saturday night. The greater
eigpation 6f Ambas- his return to the United States Inoe lot thei jo as a re-a Pru c he" i part of the public were Racng
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ravers has been accepted and a long stay in a hospital. h, fans and their roar o1' en.u












.ident Eisenh.wer. He We understand R e is now out The local t press reported the Admiral Hinchfield of the Ame gement to. Bacardi ca"seda;..
t a few weeks in'Port of his cast and well on the road first television progrmme to be rican Coast Guard was intransit most a cyclone. -
e after his appointment to recovery. He reportedly will seen in Haiti came on the screen in Haiti Friday. He was travel- Bacardi scored a goal in
caunder the Democratic accept a posthe Haitioin the adminis- last Sunday at the Y originM. Radio linThe ottg aboard a U.S. Army plane first half, and Aigle Noir ee
istration. On a trip to trative section of the State De- Station owned by M. Yvan Mi- and spent several minutes on eavag d the score in the first lv
el he activated an old apartment. chel on the Ruelle Jeanty our terra fi at owen Field minutes f the second







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Wnr i rT1 Audience For Queen from the Abbey. They are John
S Wrld-Wide Audence or ueen Snagge and Howard Marshall
SElizabeth II's Coronation for sound radio, and Richard T
Elz. CDimbleby for television. Long clat

l...Iftoninued from Page 1] de Westminster Abbey have not practised in the description of day
yet been fixed, but a good view Royal occasions, they will not enec
-the"Atlan& to be shown, a few of the most spectacular parts of attempt anything resembling ing
oiV'r'rs later,' n 20 million Ameri- the ceremony is assured. Cotta- running commentaries,, but in t
-'ofaak home screens. gers in Ayrstire of the Cumber- will bear in mind constantly the cy
.-,,',Britain was the first country land fells may see more than religious character of the Coro- lead
to pioneer a high definition tele- many a Viscount seated in the nation. blic
Vision sevmce, as far back as 1936 Abbey will be able to see. The Outside the Abbey, along the as t
Sand .elaborate arrangements ha- 'Queen has given permission for five miles of the processional rou law
VI:, b.ve.been made for presenting this the televising of the Recognition- te, television cameras and radio F
"-,moTst vivid and impressive, spec- the actual Crowning by the Arch- microphones.at numerous poirn.t- mor
lade yet seen in the medium. bishop of Canterbury, and the will give Britain and the world ner
mobile units with a total .Homage of the Princes and a graphic picture in images and Ju
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~ f 19'.a teras,'willbe used. Four Peers, paid by kneeling before words. Commentators of many as
i thx, ese cameras, it is. expected the Sovereign and kissing her nationalities will be free to give --Eli
wifl b.e in..West ter .Abbey, hand or cheek, descriptions in their own lang-, Le
i the. hi-cover the The .British Broadcasting Cor uages and styles best suited to
ess16n!frou&an.i6t s vantage portion will treat both sound. their audiences. tMa
t t-will be easily the bigg- and vision broadcasts from- in- Some figures show the magn-
ogt ijltide tqlevislon operation sid the Abbey with dignity and itude of the effort. Altogether Pai
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.r'.. carilec out in Europe, and 'restraint. The most solem
Tie''Brifh Broadcasting 4of the religious ceremony
J.&Vinarationi an .opportunity to Anointing, the Communic
,mti'greatly .increased resour- years, arid the administrat
'. thbe Scrament will not
S Sene -- And revised.
-bhe .Cgmebnstors .. Three of the most exp
5 'Xp-edle camera positions insi- ed radio commentators hav

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:. THE IMPERIAL.STATE.CRO l
pptthe ,PrI State Crown at.present being remodelled .to fit
ti'e ead of Her Majesty" Queen Elizabeth II, is the crown which
a swomr .by-the Sovereign after the crowning ceremony and on
.'-: State ,occasions during 'her reign.
w"InM w~a1.tke' Crown was originally made for Queen Vic-
tn.183i8and:emioes many historical gem.. It consists of
%letof-.silver open-work, borJered with ,pearls :and set with
,S emeralds, sapphires -and diamonds. Above the circlet
..b edurfaieAsB and four cr ss pattee set with diamonds and
t mie arches of the Crown are worked into a design of oak
leson axt& orns. Among the gems is the Black Prince's ruby,
Sap 1fre Wom the ring of Edward the Corifessor and the Sec-
r 'f Africa, weighingg 309 carats, cut 'from the great
,,.. Mnaa laaniond. In a! the Crown contains 2,783 diamonds,
^ 'peatl,, .17 sappires, 11 emeralds and five rubies

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n parts CuuuL UU LULnLJJcI'LaLu' a u
y -.the servers, including many Comm-
onwealth and American represent
Il Pra- tatives, will describe the scenes
ion of in 42 languages. Home sound
t be te- progpammes will be 'transmitt-
I ed simultaneously to the Comm-
erienc- on-wealth, British Forces over-
'ebeen seas, ships at sea and English-
speaking listeners in all parts
of the world. Because of diffe-
rences. in .time, in the twelve
hqurs after .the ceremony the
General Overseas Service of the
Broadcasting Corporation will
transmit edited versions in En-
glish. There will be 100 sound
Commentary positions along the
route, of -which not more than
eight will be for broadcasts to
Britain. Provisionally, the trans-
missions covering the Abbey
ceremony and the procession are
S expected to -last nearly seven
hours, starting at 10.15 a. m.
British Summer Time. In the
evening, at 9 o'clock, Queen Eli-
zabeth II is to broadcast to the
Commonwealth, her voice being
carried by all domestic and over-
seas radio services from London.
by
L. Marsland Gander
radio correspondent of the


London -Daily Telegraph.


Chamber Votes In Favour
Of Inspection Garage -
Motorists Pay $1.00
The Chamber of Deputies has
voted in favor, of a new traffic
bill which calls for all vehicles
to submit to a safety inspection.
Private cars and taxis or camio-
nettes will be charged a dollar
for this service.
Other traffic regulations are
now under study by a commis-
sion composed of Captain Brier-
re, of the Circulation Depart-
ment, Sejour Laurent, Counsel-
lor to the Department nf Justi-
ce, and M. Martin of the Depart
ment of the Interior.


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rupa sray auminuage
To Pafron


Pupils of the Lycee Toussaint
Louverture paid hommage to
their patron Wednesday* on the
-date of his birth by deposing a
giant floral wreath at the base of
Louverturd monument facing
the Capital.

Honoured After 28 Years
Teaching
Madame Fenelon Boisvert, Di-
rectress of the Sacred Heart
School at Poste-Marchand was
decorated with the Order of Edu
cation, Chevalier rank, at cere-
monies held Flag Day at. the
Theatre de Verdure. It was fit-
ting recognition of her 28-year
service teaching the youth of
Haiti. .
Dept. Commerce To
Put Out Bulletin
* The Department of Commerce
reportedly will put out a new
Bulletin- soon on export-import
news. It is not yet known whe-


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in our new
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by VAN HEUSEN

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styles are the most modern .
shirts in town. The comfort-
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Weave short spreads, short
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button-downs with regular or
rounded points. So come in
and see these exciting new Van
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have'.them in white, colors and
stripes.


ly publication.

Training FootbaI
For World Cup- ,
Coach Paul Barod
Leon are ,busy ,tr
football, players'w,.
sent Haiti at the- It
Match for .tLe' Wdoli
July. They haive,.b
team from -Reiims as
4. .
opponent. .

Paolo Has Badi
Italian' fighter t'i
left for the.United:-
day to receive, reat4
knee injury .he suf:
second match with
tine .Tarzan. On hi
Haiti he will get i'i.
the Magloire Stadi
terrible Yousef.

At The Centre di'
Dewitt Peters is A
and Sculptor John
ken over -as intpri-
the Centne d'Art. 7
to return .next Sep aI
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Agentin: Haiti:
Jean George A. Momrra
135 Grand Bue
Tel: 3513


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Inauguration Tuesday Of 'i

National Lawyers Associatid
he National Lawyers Asso- attornies from Cayes,;|.
ion was inaugurated Tuc,- remie, Petit Goave,'
in solemn rites which op- Hinche. A'I
d with a Mass of Thanksgi'- Maitre Charles J.'
at the Notre Dame Cathclcol member of the Organ.
he presence of His Excellen mittee closed the mi
Monseigneur Legouaze a3. an excellent discouj
ding legal lights of the Repu- the delegates from t.
. Rev. Father Gousse used ces were given a recent.
he subject of his sermon, the home of Maitre Cplbelr
yer Saint- St-Yves. me, founder of cLes
following the religious ceer- .
ny the group met in the 0 That evening a 10OO
al Assembly of the Palace of quet was held at .*Aut
Lice for its first session which for the new members
opened by Maitre Maurice friends. Paul Bouchere
Director of the law journal nier of the Bar Ass4
s Ddbats, which launched Port au Prince, Mes. 1-4
campaign for the Association life, Marianne. Odtihenc
tre Fernand Alcindor, head bert Bonhomme, Franc
he Bar Association of Port -le Commissaire Alphonsi
x gave the .opening addlre.;s and Maitre Frederice
owed by interesting sugges- contributed to the way
Os proposed by delegations of tory. ., .

_..1s 9.2.. Um..--m.a ter it will be a monthly'





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issue of April 12th; we nez and Harold Bogda. Le Tour Offret.
"that mountain- moving neau representative for this The next stop was the work
,were at work in Haiti area, were included on the sa- site of the Dutch contractors
itly Your Reporter .has fari. who are building the road from r
opportunity to catch up First stop was at Montrouis iorgL'iert6 and Ouanaminthe t
rIbusy activities in the where they demonstrated on the to the Cap. General Manager
: site of the road construction pro Piper, Assistant Manager Dewitt I
sManager Jacques Mar ject o cLes Grands Travaux de Road Supervisor Broersma, Ma t
?E the 15 hour trip the Marseille. The'two machifies set chine Operator Van Weel and
rnadozer, and Turna- out to show that they could lev- Job Foreman Jlstra all watched t
e. from Port-au-Prince el as much ground in one hour the two-day show. *
fhltian.. Field Engineer as' it would take a 'gang of la- On the iway back to the Cap, c
ton, Mechanic Eric Ca. bourers' more than a week to the Turnapull .and Turnadozer
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Exceptional Opportunity
.... : .. F o.., ,* /
.... ,F / ,. .
ores:. 'ew
Prices: New Prices:
r-pole antenna '. .. $9.50 ~,$ 5.00
S'icy cle .5.00 -30.00- '
eed Jcycle 'for lads '52.50 40.00
d biyd ,fo girls 48.50 .40.00
ip" for lads ,, *"' 4.50 49.00
for ladiess.' 52.50 40,00
en .. 6, 37.00 '
i .abinet ', n.oo o8.0p,
,ttey, 1..00 ,17.50,
'" r. 4.20 (a yard) 3.00
S' 395.00, 300.00
ven '." ..- 180,00 ,' 1 0.00 "
,. -o. ,.oo .. .o.oo ,
eve" 33100 30.00 '. .
echas.(4) 1 t able 244.00 65.00
ob .pven .. *, ,: 500, '' 50.00 "
S(4) 1 I table 42.00 35.00.
s .s .. 40.00 O .
sete. 'rn' 17.50 15.00 .

12.50 1.0.00
ap for car -6.50 3.50 '
edamp la. 1.50 12.00
fene lamp 13.00 12.00
sewing machine. 23.00, 17.50
sewing machine (two threads). 120.00 3.00
I sewing, machine 185.00 115.00
t-ic..sewin'g machine '. 140.00 .. 90.00
e'for sewing machine 40.00 25.00

L for' motorcycle 400 x 19 20.00. 16.00
NE- for .molocycle 350 x 19 14d50 11.50 -
.e.for,molorcyicle 325 x 19 13.50 11.50
'for bicycle 21.00 (a dozen) 16.00 dozene)

tric 1-litre ce-pail 27.50 20.00
iat, juicit ,. 22.00 20.00 '
on 15.50 12.00

'beam. electric toaster 30.00 .. ; 5.00.
ion theiinos 7.50 6.00
Iln'. therdos 4.00. 3.00
e for motorcycle 44)0 x. 19 3.25 2.50 '
.' for motorcycle 350 x 19 2.,) 2.25
'. -or motorcyc16 325 x 19 '2:50 2.00 '
$ f
| b -bicycle 8.00 fa dozen) 6,50 (ia ozen)?
.oene night-light. 8.00 6.00
,]ectric ventilator 1850
.e.ectric ventilator 28.00
I t'ric ventilator 32.00
B'ke'rr.unbeain 30.00 25.00

'. 'The stock is limited. Hurry unoand pay a visit to the /
S CURACAO TRADING CO.,
localet os the flue Pavee. PHONE 2729 -2130 2040

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HAITI SUN*

mplish. Present were Ope- s
ns Director Mr. Peritas, Job f
ervisor Roger Cartaud, Mas- t
Mechanic Joseph Bruno and t
itenance Engineer Frangois f


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This Tnrnaddzer traveled ,to .the Cap,- in-.1: b


Verure Audiencese
SOf PrizeWningW s1
"I... r I.: r,*..,'.;.',
Arn erithusi'astjc a"die -in sensitivity dW.ii
eluding the 'Minister .oj.Nationalb aaree ''E
Education 'and. numerous meei -wiuma- i
bers o' the,.Pdrt-au-Prince corps des 'l
of educators. turned out Monday '.
evening' at .the ,Tlheatre. de. Ve'~
dure to, see the' prizee iningI.. '
.- -, '..apfpre uatNve bra'
works'on" the- ciraiatiq birth of .p t
'" er qrnace"
the Haitian .Flag. Jea. Bri rre.*iI..the
and Clovis Bonhoinm vxhibxtel the 'aso";fo'
not only patriotic'fervpr butL.also.. .ihovd n'e '
sI ss 05 -1J4* SeU"igaDdp@UCC@
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T -&O WEREE. THE ONE
WHO LAID IT BACKS
OF THE TRUCK.
NOT ME!r


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SIRuntain-Moving Machines

I Make Tour Of Republic


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stopped at Plantation Dauphin They came through with flying .
or a, day and a half. It took colors. .. "
hem just one hour to prepare Returning to Port after ai
he ground for a basketball court sence of eight days, they left
or the Haitian employees. Lou same week for Ste-qroL. n Oi
Watkum' supervised the job. Plateau de Rochelois pfls.tMf4,
At the Cap, Airport Manager goane. In a demonstrat1bnRto.,/i
At. St. Fleur, asked their help iri nolds Miniing Officials the m~di.
pairing the southern end of nes moved 1,321' cubic yai'ds',so,
he runway which was in very bauxite in 11 hours. Presewi.Ve
bad condition from the rains. re Mining Engineers Putonen*!4
It took just two hours to do -the' and Leclere and David Kno .'
ask. All' those who watched' tile"de'
The giant earthmovers made .monstrations .were amiazbd d
the trip from the Cap to Pont easy the' giant, 'machines aren't$
Ponde in 6 hours and then went operate. And the thousands of".
on to Borelle where Brown and habitants who watched.ope'.n
Root Superintendent Eaton ga- eyed their trundling speed don
'e them the monat ticklish job country roads are still, tllng
machines of their type can be their neighbors about the
:sked 'to perform moving sand yellow giants with.~heiel as
rom the '.Artiboniie River beL. 'as a caille. ,


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Friday to spend six P S
olof adv ced",seS train /
:at it'S,& V-.'.. ptal on 0 .


"m .i,_Operat-
wk ntecb qu spniou- M
.s'a gpremla*t scholar-
e ord.ed 'hr .ecause: of Jean Theard has changed his
t orthyworkat the Sa-' mind about returning for the
,,b ort, hy, work'at the Sa-'
.-," -' summer holidays from College
onui.n. : .
:,...i... .".. **: in Canada. He's staying up
'- North and -picking up summer
other, veteran teacher, Fr.- knowledge.
'(Krea.u, .was. awarded the -:0:-
e' pd;f Edi..atiop, last week. Lovely Nancy Gasperini is on
directoror fI.the.School of her return visit to Doiothjy and
J&r and .k spent 20 Margerie .caille. in Petibnville.
ifdtvice. t'advanced edu The: young 'debutante hails
.jAzgraduate ofthe Univer from Chicago. D and M are with
i-nesota; he'-nas taught the American Embassy.
Sbotany .and genetics in
of institutions in Hal-
Little. John 'Davenport, and
.1 *.. *.Fair' .Tuck .Sagers dropped
down from Borelle forest -this'

Her, posture after wek in the course of.-their pur-
4 'lned. all .is. Mss chasing duties for Brown and
fi: B *.o Bourdon'., Rot.

,if 'o R'oeui In PAA Office
en:,Decatrel, Chef of the On entering the Pan Amern-
eing.Department of the can office third" week a flock of
Lfria'B4I,of Haiti is bon- young .,vagabonds:f', cautioned
ot1i~-latdst methods of Your Reporter .ce ou gros boeuf
o at theNational savage the- screamed that a
a lanh in. HaVana. big ox had escaped the abattoir
,stc ; '. :-andwas going wild in the PAA.
office. Creeping in Your Re-
..r,.i ...'..a. Porter. found, Di Paolo,,, the ox,
..i1 sde nursing a bad .knee and endea-
'4ShSn d t be. pouring to obtain. a reservation.
,.or-W there e His :due i leave for the U. S.
.,.,' '' this week-end fpor medical atten-
tion. I


i g sales The *Three Mousquetalres
S'years re .planning a South American


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t:e' who i'r .and it is not the new air-
eE o'istalzd at the hos-' port '


tSt'S bvisa after a bad -:0:-
,4 ...?, took up his duties 'The'reason Bolivar 'is all rap
: uit ahdd Vegetablei per up', like an Arab horsewo-
bi,' 0o f-the Department: of .man. crossing the desert is so
rleuIture this pist week. that Mis. tollo of Bel Air won't
: -0:- recognize the old soldier.
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Wa!e at: Bichata Izmery, Au Lincoln, :Bazar de la
Bazar National, Georges Coles, Maison Simon
;Ie, AMme JToseph Maglio, Bazar Edmond Phipps
1- ,INDONIE MOURRA CORP.
'Sl -usive Distributor for Haiti Phone: 3513


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Roger Prophete is over from
the Embassy in Mexico for 15
days home leave. His Buick li-
censed 117 is back in Mexico
City crase net.,
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Craighton Puekett who was in
Haiti at the time of the Exposi-
tion 'is vacationing here after
duty in England, with the U.S.
M.C.


TARZAN IS ITALIAN ?
Much to the consternation
and the dissolution of our idol-
seeAing public the word is cir-
culating throughout the nation
and width of South America
that Argentine-Syrian wrestler
who in the eyes of the public
defeated arrogant young Italian
Ilio di Paolo trice, is also an
ITALIAN.
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This weekend Mr. James Cas-
sedy is on 'a lecture tour in the
northeast. Mrs. Cassedy is look
ing over the cooperative center
at Bayeux. '

Engineer Clement Denize is
becoming a familiar sightt on the
Montrouis highway where he is
senior engineer of 'Grands Tra-
vaux de Marseille.,

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Accountant Gerard Jean-Jo-
seph celebrated his birthday
Thursday, May 20th with a big
ibamboche tafia at Pension La-
ftyette with. his close friends.
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Izett Solomon, M.D., Jamaican
eye specialist, flew home to
Kingston Friday after a month
in Port.


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Max Chauvet, Director of Le
Nouvelliste returned to Haiti af-'
ter a seven-week stay abroad.
His first stop was the Inter-
american Press Association meet
ing at Montego Bay and'his sec-
ond New York, where he had
a medical checkup. Mrs. Chauvet
joined him in Miami, for the
homecoming trip.

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We hear there' is going to be
another Haitian broadcasting
station on the air soon tb be
known as 'Radio Tropique.,
Operator, Raymond Dambre-
ville.


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OFF TO $TUDY IN
SAO PAOLO, BRASIL
On their way to Sao Pao
Brasil, where they will sti
*questions agraires' are C
Pressoir, Garvey Laurent
Emile Toussaint. The trio
flying south -via Caracas by PA
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A truck driven by Louis G
rier collided on the St. M
road with a camionette drive
by engineer, Georges Apoll
Several injured -persons w
carried to thfe St. Maic hospi

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Busily writing his book L'
dependance d'Haiti ,et Ia Franc
is Ghislain Gouraige now stu
ing fine letters- at La Sorbon
Ghislain recently got his deg
at the Diplomatic School of I
ris.


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SKY-WAYS TELEJIOL

News from the south repo
that a prominent city law:
was saved a needless trip fr
a Plateau near Miragoane to P
one day last week, by our fly
laundry men.
A marchande reports hav
picked up a cable addressed
the avocat which came f
tering out of the cloudy yon
after the big red and silver av
had buzzed the plateau. The r
chande gave the cable to a b
tique keeper who knew a fried
who had another friend wh
friend Worked with the frii
employed by the lawyer. AD
the cable hit the ground it ti
three hours to travel th
miles.


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The funeral of Mr. SWi
Rousseau, father of Anc
Roger Rousseau, gave .
moving manifestation of
thy. The President of :
public was represented
funeral by an officer of
litary House.

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A CHANCE TO BECOI
WELL HEELED


ion A noted bargain .in toy
mar week is in the shoe line&
0ou- La Belle Creole. They a
end ing those classy 25 dollar
ose man Shoes at a specialI
end price of 14 dollars. Duri
after season good shoes are a4
ook sity ... thought you, woi
,ree preciate the tip.


The Cuban people celt
grandly the anniversary"
death of Marti at Dos Didi
I nesday, Mpy 20th.
olo, -:0:- .
udy The aInte/national an.d
Darl r- tic Review,' of Mexid
and ,.ted in its edition.of'i|
are a brilliant' articles to-
AA. Louverture. The WirItet
historian Timoleon C.
uer
arc -::
ven MEXICAN TRADE M
on. A! Mexican ,Trade,
ere made, up'oqf,.delega
tal- merc6 and,the e.
visit.. the Republfc' 'O
America ..and the:'
'In- abientot.. '
ce. :-0
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ne. the UNICEF carrying.
ree rand family hit oneof"
Pa- noual buses. Damages
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MHAITI SUN.


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His funeral, -held at the' St.
Pierre Church \n Petionville,
was attended by hundreds of
grief-stricken friends& and rela-
tives. He leaves his wife, the
former Mile. Millet and' two in-
fant daughters'. one and two
years of, age.
Our sincere condolanep tio


Gre(


'.Get that feeling
d. traetioh .
&,er. Here's a trac-,
Il-meet more of
inmore of the time
O6th6r tractor you
.-No 'other tractqi
'ibed has better ,
M"cteristic (lugging
't will pull yor
he toughest -soil
fwing or stalling.
,9on going where
"ors quit. i


Come. i and ask for a dem6nstrati o
TRACTOR and EQUIPMENT CO. S.A.
WURICE BONNEFIL, MANAGER
IUE PAVEE. BABOUM BUILDING


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SId.-a the family as well as to his
other and, father, M. anr'
drane Emile Gardere.
nents


r President Founds
Scholarship For
Year's Stu4y In Europe

President iAlaglo'te hlas foi
ed a scholarship for a ye
study in Europe to be ,awai
to a studei-t in the Port dU Pri
Law School whose three-;
record shows brilliance, d
line and constancy. SFull
tails of the term-ns of the schi
ship will be announced l;
It's an excellent incentive
the student body of the se
I that tuflq out so many lea(
figures of Our Repu' lie.


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Ku'n R n T LJHu. r u naymond aalnave TisZo, Footballer 5 Injured When
k Has More Than And Lycee. Petion Teacher Dies Camion Hits Camionelte -
s, 383 More ,
s 383-More. 'The stKl.en illness and death and top 'SIPP officials .wvre The collision of a camiornette

*n R. Laroche of BRaymond Salnave, .better among the tbrong attending, the and a camion on the St"Malr
leld Street known as 'Ti Zo. saddened the funeral. Members of the Racing road caused serious injuries to
'Rhode Island hoit of sport fans who.had and Petionville. Football teams; five persons last week.
cheered him on the football, representatives of. La Regie du- They are MM. Marion Rich-
en,
count, there are ap- field and the many youngsters Tabac, where Raymond had for- mond, Louis Desgazons, Aleus
400 Haitian Doctors he had taught at Lyvee Ption nearlyy been employed, and the Pierre, Georges Renard and An-' '.
.' this country and The young instructor of rhept- Radio of Port-au-Prince were tone Bertrand. .. ~o'Y ei better ph t os
ric passed away .Tuesday noon also preslit..- The camionette was driven by U ra e
we feel sure that and was buried the following Engiineer Georges' Apollon, the '
ho.identified himself day in the Port-au-Prince, Ceme-. He wasthe son ofMr. andMrs camion.b' ois Guerri .'
.. .- o fM .a Lou' ur.
1 stdett .from Hal rafterr services at St- ierre's Theophfld Salnave and nephew '
e misunderstood or ch in Petionle.of Marcel Sanave.u sincere e 'or '
iderstood when he Senator St. Lot. And
iYoerst-od cwaet he: Minister Mauclair Zephirin,. sympathies.-. H e
-onW coast-to-coast te Minis r Hibbert De cra.d
am that Our Re- ... ..
1d"7 ddrto se t OE OF- THE.MORE THOUGHTFUL Seu Jo' nUe Sainr Lot and ,
h"...- p, 1 If such S tR ATING IN HAITI T A .. m. io r'Lucien Hibbert. were' ,
.case, Port-au-Prince decorated, with, the National Or-- g.f
have its own Medical. The way to happy labour-man' the ctbfunds alr iused'for va- der of Education-at the banquet
ich turns out. new -nagement relations is shown by 'ribus activities ad excursions closing Flag ay Festivities. 1 .
t r. the varioUs. benefits .s ..-.that the.. .mproyees enjoy and Our ,co. igr att-ais. ." *
oittuili r,,, g4 o ..,
.-',i".:'.."l*".-ti.'t tne sso- fat d OHS CopYAiOnY. i;is, year. he hopes to take em-, '" .
.istt.oofI thel C' i-., is one bers on a trip to the Citadel Mr.
o-, '* -,'-,l r-fir s FOR SALE- .
t 'a -of the mOr .ught, f rms S4pllitt, an Englishman, is alse OR.. ,
lbic rIs, operdtingU Itit today a meinber of the local advisory .. .95 e Mrcuryi Ai cond- A- Prondul i
2 :I' ,. ",, .'. i- ',-'' ".on d t p j o b ad' W 6 z
tkrGenerl ,'Your erter l eared fhat -'omlittee for he Esso Empli- .'H n' pdnt ;jo ;
*er e c..onstruc-t the Comany.: a's., tsdokor 1 ubh: fees Savings Find. has -.doeritih:utmilestein' e 'F
N iteiundevrway. lanced by a monthly subsetip- Again employee contributions recently vehuld See"A iluo :,
&A thos ls Iha- ilon ftom the employees.i which are added to by management, and Baui. ..' '
t an expnd- the -mnuagemdnt doubles. Ar- The provisions of -the. Fund!'cov- ... : _
Aig .^st.dQf Me chief litt, $so Accountant,a r, death benefit allowances,*and -
Dent wa elected eit .e first foreign reti'emei, .,pensions (which .ace S "-, .
t, eT_. i,. Pr aii.- .44non-.ontri6uta a) in addition FoDskguusd -'Stod. an I.li"
l'r.,i{ g leape^d1u itsu o tliet e functl, Acu y i A l*ways% e'


Adrien Pardere'Passes
Away After Long Illness;

Adrien Gard'r',. Diesel n--
gineer for HASCO, died Monday
morning at the age of 26 After
a long illness.


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Today aid just before 1 came to here that I am one
', t.' .. the side of the road. It read; must realize that ma
ES a. DRIVE SLOW. THIS MEANS' claim would not be
c'tbe ow is an artic t 0y T. J. Grant which will r Y.n .
YOU.,. on my part, but
vsfy Aki paper. I have read an outline of it and am ll.
t ist better fugemnt because the author begg- He stopped for a moment and avoidance of hypcocri
r, '-...'. scratched his" head. udge for yourself wh
z "t'inz a sterpiece. I think e is losing his mrin4. What I cant figure out., b,. b-. if you made. any
adn tt.f,read.it. after this warring, go ahead. It is not mi continued, cis how they knew I this explanation 4
l tr n. am here., tude towards truth
.- B. D. P s t tended for tho5e am oa
.IMarel GentiNCl.Physicist eat "xx know me well. You
S By T. J. Grant "Whc the thLrd most remar-
S, ,- aware of it, It is it
trd for B eckground. 'watch the development of Gen- able man is I am going to tellhose of you who h
By T. J. Grant .til from the naive 'cadlow youth h Lou in a moment. Before I do, privilege df my acq
.... however there are some thingsprivlege f my cq
he was thirty- five years ago, however there are some hings Now that my attit
:written in .when I first knew him, to the.po I want to make clear to you, as
i.ss es: f this newspa-,' listed, many faceted personality I do not want you to think that
St l .-ghered he is today: The gap that has I am egotistical, vain or conceit-
tWrGe. nti is one of the. been bridgedby .theyear i enor ed.
r aealy..imarkable "men mous. To, give you an. idea of By nature L am a quiet, no- .
iata eitiry, has produce what I mean, I am going to tell dest, retiring man. That is why I
oft" e; other two is Al- you- of a little incident. Which scarcely ever mention mftelf in
snt in.' This :great, mat- pec.ured. thirty .three years ago. the articles I write for this self
S" w>tmdying It L you a glimpse of-, styled newspaper. However, uit
S.....ork and theories .Genil as he was then. *the interests of truth, modesty
,rcurvature of spacee and i.tust at times be set aside, and
dfmiulae that made pos- In 1920 Gentil and I travelled 'hbvness conquered. This is one
ih-dtom bbmb.. to .New York on the sanie ship. of the times.
eeqttil's scientific achie On the way north we decided-tp
.ca assure you, hav stayat the.Waldorf. AE.tora,and. For one of the above "state-
rpaeL .those of .Einstein. u4pon arrivall there, for econo- ments I have the authority of a
ft ,are not, as yet, ms sake, took a rodm togetiei. mqan who called himself Schopen
telyavailiable to the' Gentil bought ,his firt Che- hauer.'-His real name, by the
rl 'a'nd p.hap;r will vrolet' and spent mount of. his way- was Stinkenspiel.--- He
iKje time,. for tine driving around .i. his new- '6nce .wrote that modesty in the
Security, This toy. One exeiing as I was sitting average -man is a necessity, not
| l ,f..can tell ou: quietly in our'room reading the a virtue, but that in men of ex-
W. Infield spF 'CoonfEsiolns.sf St Augustine, Gen .traordinary ability, or genius,
"di ,fttaeton ,o ,til -urt Thr.ogh the. dlood:, a' modesty is sheet hypocrisy. He
or, dazed lok in his then bright was writing bout himself, but Contact i
r.'ntegr.aono eyes, and flung., hmisel ito a what he wrote applies equally
Vi#tc -You chair. -,"-, to me.. ,
rt ,a d fif due, out, h'said
m^ead f Mar.,. 'T i:S a"" nng m"'SSOSjSBS That"
ft 1' 7' o a i m '' W ha. hat
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ere L to state to everybody I will
of the most. name of the- :thtird''m.
giving, you' ,h.able man.
king such a It is Abraham. Wicol
immodesty End of Foreword 4f'
Simply the ound. "'
sy. You can. By T..J.
hat it would
such claim. EtiStoi's A e : .
of my .atti- .
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*IAITI SUNS


ambassador Haitian Railway PARAMOUNT
*ner For Chief Going On
Minister Flying Vacation Sunday, May 24th, at
xcellencies Ambas- Alphonse d'Meza, Chief of LE ROI DES ESPI(
'Mexico and Senora the St- Marc Port au 'Prince 5th and 6th episode
alavera offered a Railway-125 miles of track. A .ow BOY FILM
s dinner in honour is heading for Detroit on A p. ..:
gpellency Secretary a health trip on the 26th. He LA PECHEREnSSE
for. Foreign Affairs will .travel ,by plane. Prdora
e' Liautaud, Wed-
." Spring Loses Monday, May 25th, at
y. l3th.. Spring Loses, KING SOLOMON'S
ninent personages Its Vim
eluded.:- His .Excel- The supply of water of our Tuesday, May 26th at
ambassador of Cuba springs has lowered consider- _LA PECHERESSE
i',Arce Pilon; His ably. T'hq Bourdon reservoir,. Pecdora
.'- Ambassador of which received 1 million 700
'.uerrii Maraldi; gallons of-water every day in Wednesday, May 27th,
SAmbassadarof April 1952, received'only 850,- PECHE MORTEL,
.e,'de Lile ;.000 gallopis..of .water every At 8 : 15 pm :
le ~ d of, th y in.April 1953 UP IN ARMS
r, aniel Theard Re ed From with Danny Kaye, 'Di
lie: ViTurnea-rIOm and Dana Andrews.
/ ',elie tilTr Theer f:
A funny stor'
n and cordiaity Mry Bedwvell and so' A funny story dr
.7, as-:/ o,; bert'return tm KPa. i Danny Kay'n gies fuI
." .hei caprice ... funn
: ..week from visiting htmhe .iic In o
\A'.,.. \*: :,". ', ".,, .. "" which will make you
.I.h isldamorada'thetheatre of the
,. ..,; ... .-. laughter.,, the pretty eq
seas in the Floridaa Keys. ., '
S'' Hollywood... niatchlJe,
ti Miniser ,StepS Lightly : a 'merry soiree in vi(
.Unesco In Trqpical Storm
t hes to Mile Tbhe minister of Spain one. Thursday, May 2S th,
ix d Mr3 Pra-, of the storm patrons to Nobbe S:15 pm
oho'ehve ten' and Bpndel. during the havy. LA. PECHERESSE.
,br of shower Fifda (15th) evening Pecodora
e collab-- showed how to descend from,
cTh" tQ. to restant ihou Saturday, May 30th,
esep.They ,, 10 taurant without s 8:15 pm :
e-,, ino of '-iQ4ch as' a boot-full of water.
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LE ROI' DES ESPIONS
7th and 8 th episodes and
A COW,.BO\ FILM
At 6 and 8:30 p. m :
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leisure life! Curio Shop -
Rue du Quai
QUALITY-RIGHT, StYLE-RIGHT For
SFRENCH PERFUMES
r't. t .Local Handicrafts ...<.,. ++; ,...,'+
S"aenid Mahogany .
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In an Assortment of Colourfur Patterns and Superior Establshments Use Superior Air .o Cn |
Plain colours. tioners. You et this Extra Quality when l d
Here Sir, is, value vith a capital *V. for You' Yi :
Cool, smart looking Sport ShirLs of Top Grade '
Medium Weight Fabrics that you can rely on -
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Take our advice and see them now vihile we
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LONG AND SHORT SLEEVES More Carefully Built ', ,
in SMALL, MEDIUM and LARGE SIZES Mo .. ,

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NEW HOUSE FOR RENT -VISITORS TO CAPS .
3:30 p.m. A new house .in Turgeau The PIace of S.
The Pllace qf Sans-souiq' -
DNS for rent. Cod1 and quiet 1- The Elghth Wondr of. t..
s and cality. MQdern accommbd7- Kg.. Cristqpe
tion. Four bedrooms, 2 bath- The Indian Caves ~t.p
rooms, one upstairs 'and one The lovely beaches of:h .the
S downstairs. Apply .Madame .oas
Georges Laroche, Tel. 5041 or At YouR Se vil, the O s
contact 6 m :, Haitian Travel Service '
MINES Apply M. Leopold Sachez '
Pension Cap Haitien, Rues A-23
6 and .15 Telephone 454 45 *'4 -.''
San Micheleai
Avail yourself of :
in cool Petionville WOODB RBY ':
at pm Friench and American the sweetest soap
Cuisine;' Ho and Cold WOODBURY": 2 11
Running Water. the soap with an 'exquis.jji+
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:IOUS MUSSELS DISCOVERED
RTH WILL BE SH IPPED TO PORT


Pd word for seafood lovers!
t-week a UN.expert discov-
an unlimited, supply of
els at Cap Haitien and Ba-
. The UN immediately set
, organizing a small coo-
I-ve to gather the tasty moll
,put them in bags and ship
,to Port-au-Prince by air.
y already have made" their
rance at -Le Picardiche
.-the Chef sampled them,
unced them delicious -and
.What part of Europe do
come fr6m.?, Than he add-


ed: -Let me guess. It's Portugal.
Yes, this is the taste of the fa-
mous Portuguese mussels..
When he heard they were
from the North, he looked a bit
amazed then recovered himself
and placed a regular order.

In case you want food value
as well as a pleasing sensation
in the taste buds, we might add
r.hat mussels contain protein,
phosphorus, iron and a number
of other valuable minerals much
needed in the diet.


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ig Musician For
national Meet
russells -
fbntest will be soon held
e selection of a member
e .T-eunresses Musicales
it to attend the Interna-
meeting of Young Musi-
Kt Brussells the end of
month. The person select-
ist.be able to take part in
riou, musical activities in-
g tbeworld orchestra.
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five; Eigineer


eton, a woman by th
)f. Maricille Dantes wa
ivhen '.she. fell under th
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as
ae


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New Chilean Charge
-dAffaires Old Friend
e Of Country


Ramon Sotomayor has once
more been appointed Charge


wheels of a locomotive return-
ing to the Dauphin Plantation.
The engineer is awaiting formal
charges.


Consul's Wife
Talks In Miami


Thursday evening Madame An
dre Faubert, wife of the Haitian
Consul in, Miami, spoke at a din-
ner of the Pan American League
on the attractions of Haiti for
feminine tourists.


Le nieilleur des pneus g6antsl



TIE.M er RIB


Le pneu qui vous donneTdes
avantages inesp6ris sans d6-
pense suppl6mentairel
Une march stable et douce .
moins de risques de d~rapage
... uine carcasse extra-r6sistante
d'une tenue in&gal6e enI
r6sumi le &llomitrage le plus
b 61evh au prix le plus bas.


JDAyns le mondei
entire on tramns-
porte plus.de
tonnage sur
pneus Good-
year que suc
pneus de toute
autre marque.


fill


M:lVt tqsdaitE 111UR A GOODYEAR:
- ii l.r W;..lr"' possidc la fameuse
,e d rinule-itenl "'Ai \lleathcr" de renom-
mo ndialt:e qu '.su-e une resistance' au
P'sge et uJe, trpc'd.n exceptionemlles sur
le-s sci.
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r^l TIS.?TRS aSEmTin inth place. It
R U T ENTRE UT E X ITIOI see this picture
,,, the Centre. Ot]
'.". .. .. sented in the
neww.exhxbti4n at thp Cen Doponind, and. Petersen Lturant. Philoe bin
3 :,n w."e .,, ,h. ,, Phi e Obin
.4esnt,-wprk by more Others.. ae newcomers' and are Prete Dufaul
L y s.artists :who are men-. being. seen,.for the first time an Toussaint
i'be.'Celt're d'Art group. Aridr. Jean-Simon, Andrd Satur- ho along
i.ge galleries downstaii e, and Bernadel Sauveur to men led rekj'
e .pictures. The .paint-.tion but a few. al in the Cat
T _..To .by Gesner Abe- The Central hall of thestecond t,.
f' .,, .. ".. -. .e.
.; impressive .oric in- floor -s dominated by Wilson
."" ... ...,. The epnteC r ro
d year's earnivail Bita.t(rs.. .,,Earthly, ..rads# .tirely .o water
ree by four feet. Anrtoi- This truly. greaT painting :has Pierre, Gesner
io. asiI represerLted by, a jus, returned tQ.HaiiJft'om Pitts., Adam Leonws
g tp'cure in 6bruliant tines rrgh, Pennsylvania 'where it se
S y,,and,-yellowIetit1l' was exbited .i he e'arnegie edecora
0 w,of Firer. Yves La- In ernauional Exhibition of 1952. a
5a s bee op, .,. ":;. -. '..- '-i '., en
a., pcture-pf great. "There. -were three hundred-pain- has been openh
times an exhih
ilqed 6The .Basket .- Ma ting;i in that exhibition and the
the. work' of A
..^presented are -imi- popular vote. '+ more than oie Paul Keene, an
:Paul Keene, an
ITu'dchb' as Fernarid Pier- hundred, and tr .nty-five thou-
i 1.. ,* no is particular
.Levque; ~ilnio and visitors... gave this picture
tn .. mention. Throun


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Augustr all of
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Armand, and
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professorr Jaegerhuber Dies:

s Contribution To Music Lives


inued from Page 1]


s of the melodies while
$ing on paper what haa
en handed down from
0 mouth.
Or Jaegerhuber's love feor


vas noticed short years
is birth iq Turgeatr on-
17, 1900. His, father, An-
s -an American of Ger-
inestry. His mother was
tippenhauer. When he
ve y young he was sent
4any to become the.pu-
)r. C. A. Bieber, later stud
: he worldfamous Voigt
Vtory at Hambourg.

Bl he" returned.. .to: his
d and-.began the study


gallant crutch-riding figure with
the flowing hair fades from the
Haitian scene, his work, his mu-
sic and his contribution to na-
tiQnal culture will live on


-0-
JAEGERHUBER LIVES
Play not a dire or me.
If you would set me free
To rest eternally,
Play bright sonatas.

Chant not. a dirge for me
Dejean. My. soul is free.
Harmonize happily,
Major chords swelling.


Instruments muted there
-Play not a solemn air.
.Trumpets. proud welcome blare:


SAILOR ESCAPES
JUMPS INTO SEA,


j


rogation got under
ed suddenly whe
sailor Badio back
the sea. The' fran
ers searched in va
for sailor' and sac
At 6 a.m., well
Baron arrived at i
'asked to do a liti
round under wa


ain .Folklore. The rich live forever sailor.
live forever.
heritage of his maternal" It appears that when Badio
dominated his produc- My deals rehearsing there had dived he had endeavouredd
at same year he return- For Tricinuantenire to swim under t.he Florida which
ermany to teach. He was I am now everywhere, was berthed at the pier where
r of Contrepint at ou Not out fropt only. he dived. His body was found
o.Conservatory and .beca- stuck under the keel and the
r of the sial, FaTll no sad dirge for me. sack he carried was fished from
t'Spetzgart and late. Sa- where I prayed to be; the ocean bed. It contained 10
'., nhe,. .directed se- Body and soul set' free, pounds of coffee believed
Phlihar~normio Or-
P., lhamori O. Eternal harmony. stolen.
.':.ffe pi fno'-and: .. .'
er tirT eadi.'EurQ- Goi grant one'glorioVs day YOAe
talks ; .199&2L.he wooed,.OAPro mme
: ..' ..hen you rise up this way Schedule To Be
ne. Birkha.t., and. T
-....i. Bukht we'll sing and chant andpray; Discontinued
en greater su.ces-. ,, n. "
sMRe., Soul mates, 'forever.
ret-ur.ing to .Hai .u- by Jim P nton Listerers to the Voice of
.. 19 5 53 America will be sorry to hear
en he-began his.ho- ____ hat the famous printed Voice
campaign to make the
...onsdious "of the beauty e ee e e ee
Xgles music. With Ma- .. .. .. ...----
.,'.Blaanehet he launch- .....' '. ,
*it Folkore Choir, that
, won such recognition
e Exposition and ab- .
i'6ond the Pro Arte .
oeby ~fith lobert Du- I
qrzt lo.ing bours, help-
bt nilrse the budding
Orchestra and, Must
I-.
'"'


rtiran' Governuient re-
is ,great service by
m.a .knight in the Na-
r.. of Honor and Merit
h birthday.
Lter th'-picture',f the'


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DROWNS UNDER-

Customs Inspector
Legros and a corpo.
met sailor Jus:.in I
motor boat Florida
tlay in the course of
along the cabotage
Sailor Badio they
carrying a sack wh
gentlemen, always
cion. The three
edge of the pier a


nothing in the first place, so cut <


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POLICE, of America programme-schedule, his' priceinbhalf
AND distributed widely in Haiti, is ting for .17 g. esi
SHIP being Immediately discontinued, hauled away the well s.a
Certain of the VOA broadcasts' and discovered 'idi.
r Constantin are also being discontinued. Lis- that dse! hadl rkiui
ral of Police teners will be informed over of water,. .
Badio of the the" VOA whether or not the Jean-Jacques CrispiB
3 a.m. Tues- particular programme to which rancois Edouard inadi!.
Their patrol they listen, will be curtailed or entry into prison for lil'Bt
pier. .continued. fraud eplaining l hat.
y noted was hadn't made such a good
ich, to these he':ca cst money.
spells suspi- j g yg' welding of the lid cogt .-1 ,i,
met on the 75 cents.
ind an inter-
way. It end- A lady of commerce from' La "
n sack and Gonave last Monday morning S FOR
HOSE FOR-RENT
flipped into set her ,foulards at a rakish an- .. "i
tic law offic- gle and struck a juicy bargain
in for hours with Jean-Jacques Crispiti for-nA. Nice 2:'torey h u.a
k. can of cooking oiL tionville; 4 bed"ool
known Diver Crispin had asked 30, gourdes rooms; office availbl
work and was for the can of oil tht niomally m2i terrace; swimmm "
Lie poking a- sells for 60 gourdes. Madame telephone; hot 4nd col#$
water for the figuring it probably cdst CFispin deck terrace. Con0ac'.t


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S* by President Geffrard with the that patients can largely be pio-
f jf .'I help of ome cotoured nurses tected from .diseases beftire they
.','i .. imported from the 'United States acquire it.
Sw nue aid the newly acquired 'knowl-
is..lo n g and arduous 'in demand for his -'Vity-. and edge 6f the first batch of haour- .
hA.birthplacee of At.r erudie leatures .' -. siers. who graduated from the Fe le rest
bPOi' Doctor after ob- .The Highlights of his highly University of Paris. Among ReporteD" e Here
tRegree from the-Port interesting. talk last. TLiesday them.can be found, the names of ..
M School '..jlp were taken down for us by Max Drs. Louis Audain, J.'B. Dhoux. Of all sports existing today in
lne ai' budding Wilson and we are.passing them Jobert, etc. tl-aiti, the one that has foundl
ftyiDeparlment serv- alond-to.our readers.., place 2 in the Haitian'.public's
enat ieir and Port. de' DtliflngolonialtfH.es Haiitian" '. 4 ',as .Dr. Audain who 'laun, heart ... football holds place 1 ...
*.jecogmtonn' of his medicine was baee&i-pratlly- On; tlierf" the Pol -Chlinique. Pean,- is certainly wrestling. It has
dckefeller Foda-' the flora of the island wHith tfse Haiti's first attempt' at using wadgd past boxing for' the sim-
.'iim. a. fellowship dreaded _yellow .fever, malaria modern therapy, scientific re- pie .reason, it is, unknown, for.
tts ini .Pans.'Up-. an'd skin 'diseases playing the search and laboratory techni- eign, good for blood pressure,
.Aew it pfof most 'havoc aitorig whites and ques. Vhen the Rockefeller' thrilling, impossible to under-
wa' at.'the, Port blacks allke .During the 10 years Foundation built the present. Me stand and almost a sport.
W er'a]' Hospita land of fighting most Surgeons opetat clical School and annexed the The boxing wrestling match
'tresat .thW, FaIulty..ed -without benefit of training General Hospital as a place for' between AXtraionte and Di
'. .or dipf a. ', But the island of young Doctors to .get additional Paolo convinced the sport fans
-St tint gue had 20 full-lbdg- training, Haiti's progress .n the that a realrl fine match could
n. n beanie- D ed 'Doctors adn-mediene wvas'at Medical field to6k a great leap. be obtained if' two wrestlers
H'bealth,.a posi- about. par with medical pro- According to Dr. Leon, Haitian met. The .wrestling match be-
TO 10 yea.s tbgrgre',
egresss .in, q her countrle., medicine was preventative in tween. Pantera Negra and Il11
Y k1o ereas T isMedical. Schoo of the 18th century and more cura- di Polowetted their, appetite.
thf"'Hiat -, the New Republic. was the Aca- ..tive 'in the' 19th and 20th cen- And the evolution- of said art'
oi. o s h.--. eHaiti, estabishedin. -turies. Perhaps in the 21st cen. h.s-,een .since on the upgrade,
: -. 183 with the famous Dr. Ce- tury the. progress of our Public at least the publicity of said art
-.asian.autthor -'
aut vesiaS~thel itstPrbfessdr.' With Health Campa4gn will be such has been nationwide.'This 'week,
1 a'.h s a1so ,',i ven ; '. ., ; .
V...at.' ngp'-.eheoftfteSc6ttish Dr.'Stew'. rurflmrn ai ll- c o i
.w -bo need' bught' ,to-.4bis .oun-try by NL UL r O-
Sing .-Hepri .. Chidtophe and '
ITh.o. B.... FbErenohDrJ B .irnbeau who. --.
S: hIl IlnAmedca andK IE bie
o ; .-."T fol -Panama. 1.
'teTslnt many Jaitians were .C
te rained in me icalaid. th Venezuiela,
Min 4 :' 186 ii' : k ed ca l: ;School d. ..n e
SEo Pauo,.
1..as re~ opened a'd re orga.ze Mbievideo

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idnte ep Noel e' e. nuibmer 'Iese e
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AY.':MAY 24th 1953.
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*HAITI SUN,


lEr


*


iRaimond Laroche flew
de'Island Monday to meet
w. daughter-in-law, Mrs.-
-Laroche.


tioning in Mexico are
IB, Pobby,Vrooman of the
4tlonal Club. They flew to
f'rom the Asta conference


-:0:--
tCameron returned from
teside tour of travel agen
tt weekendd and9Wi bick en-
ithbe;"fresh breez k.of the
ia. .Watch for .'the com-
nnouncement on its week-


; ;

i Britannic Majesty's, Am-
do, al1d 'l.rs. Mill Irving
eiigdna reception Tuesday
d on the occasion of the
taion "of' Her Majesty
hi Elizabeth the Second.
'ceptioi is for 6 pn. at the1
iy residence in Pacot.
-:0:--..
!'R. Stemple,, returned to
" yesterday after revisit-
homeland after an ab-
P:of 23 years. Mr. Stemple
i rin the Insurance business
r"na spent 15 days in Port
.with old friends, rela-
d old class mates of St.
d1de Gonzague.

':0:-
Carl Madsen flew to New
this week and will return
month with daughter Lisel
plout who is attending
mount College up-state,


'.Lrk.
1;' -:0:-
dlaine Liaulaud returned
ew York last Sunday.
-:0:-


F "^/


.0-\
Celebrating his birthday to-day
is Franz Sieger who has recover
ed from being initiated into the
Bellevue club as member.
-0-,
Technical Sgt. Grover C.
Kendall of the Air Mission has
left for his new assignment at
Hamilton Field, California, after
-a round of serious farewell bam-
boches. Harry Harris of the Geo-
detic Survey was host Tuesday
night. Colonel Wiley Alexander,
Mission Chief, and Madame did
the lhonouring Thursday night.
Ki Pi featured a regular of the old brigade, farewell sev-
eral nights.


Louis Griswold 'boarded a
plane for New York Wednesday
morning after a gala .farewell
bamboche chez Betsy Durston.
-:0:--
Ambassador Eth6art is back
in his Embassy at Ciudad Tru-
jillo after a brief visit home.
-:0:-
Mile Andrde Gilg is home from
visiting the U. S. and Mexico.


to


Mademoiselle Evelyn Horell
is making her first cpmmunior
in the cathedral today.
-:0:-1
Busy meeting the folks i]
Holland is young Wiebe Leegs
tra, son of Dick Leegstra, Actin,
Dutch Consul General, and Man
ager of the Curacao Tradin
Company ... note their bargat
sale. Wiebe who is accompany
ed by his mother Peggy, will re
turn 'with her in July.'

I -.L:0:--
Mrs. Jack Arnold to pay a r
turn visit soon. This time sh
can stay awhile and there's
.happy-lad in thd Marine Corp
-:0:--
Lorraine Dora back in hei
Galerie des Arts after a six-wee
trip to New York.


*k


Chic Port-au-Prince turned out
in number Tuesday morning for
the marriage of charming Paula
Petrus to MYe. Georges Bouche-
reau. The glowing bride swept
down the aisle of the Sacred
Heart Church of Turgeau in a
white gown -of English Em-
broidery with a Sweetheart
neckline. Her nylon veil was
caught back with fresh camelias.
The Matron of Honor, Mrs.
Charles Fequi&re, 'chose dark
green for the wedding. The
bride's uncle, Dr. Edouard Pe-
trus, looked distinguished in
grey.
I i [ -- 1 ,11

After the civil rites which fol-
lowed in the church vestry, the
newlyweds and friends motgred
to Kenscoff fUi a champagne re-
ception.
The witnesses of the .wedding
included Mt. Albert B1liard, Dr.
*Joseph Perrier, Me. Charles
Pressoir, Dr. Etienne Charlier,
Mrs. LucChancy, Mr. Gerard Pe'
trus, Dr. Jeanne Sylvain, Mrs,
Edouard Petrus, Me. Wesner La
hens and Dr. Andr4 Moise.


--4--
Helmut-Jurgen Andersen cele
brated his First Birthday Friday
with 15 pint-sized chums at a
garden party at his home 'in
Petionville. The weatherman
wap kind enough to allow the
small fry to enjoy themselves
without getting wet.

i ,
Empoyees of the Public Health
Department offered a 7 to 9 re-
ception Saturday, May 16th, at
Club Aminale in honor of the
new Secretary of State Roger
Dorsinville and Under-Secretary
Dr. Andr6 Sam. F6iix Berrouet,
Che.f of the Public Hygiene Bu-
reau, gave the Welcoming speech,


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New York bound
was Clauze'l Sicard.
-:0:--


Thursday


Dr. Paul Chenet will return to
New York with his family in
August and commence his in-
ternship with the Bellevue me-
dical center.
Shell Manager Jean Pierre Le-
grand spent a day in Kingston
this past 'week on business.
Franck Wilson is back in town
from the States and preparing a
European-voyage with the Mrs.


:EG.TRADE MARK


Mr. .Otto Madsen has return-
ed from negotiations in Italy.
for a Filature.


-:0:--
\ Motoring to C. T. this weekend
in a Rocket 88 are Hubert Et-.
heart and Dadou. Sendral. .,
-:0:--?'
Seeing the sights in Madrid
this weekend are Mr. Eric Tip-.
penhauer .and Senator Rene
Roy.
-:0:- ,
Nicole Greger 'and Claudy Mil-
let celebrated their fete on the
18th with a royal bamboche.

"-:0:-
Former La Perches editor
,Theodore Baker busily studying
mechanical engineering in South
California College will be home
during summer vacation. *


Pretty soon Ti Georges Archer
of Tete de I'Eeau 'will start
planting tobacco, -- cigar ta-
bac -. the Firestone Office MYan
ager is expecting .another which
will make a grand total of c7
enfants..


Sunday, May 17th, a reception


took place at. the Haitian Em-
bassy in Mexico City. to cele-
. brate Flag Day. The. complete
Haitian colony was there. Mon-
day night Remy Bastien, Secre-
tary at the Embassy pronounced
a raQ.io speech; and half an. hour
of Haitian music was devoted.


-.0:
M.r. .Albert Silvera, .
the El Rancho-hotel,; .; E
back in Port .a' PriIce .4
Miami May 17tl
went to the'U.S. April.3tti
health trip. ,.. .
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.Mr. Purdy, .specialis
operatives isAePO
ing for Brasil shqrtlyv.. ,


ime Marie 'Chuvet.
of the prize of Pe,
lancec, arrived ".''-ac. fr. E
rope. thii week : .' '
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Jeremie landi .0fi_.tj O.
being fiiished c .t asnti
has begun, agaip '.w l
planes a week ',Tues(d. I''.
day. and, aturday.at.1' "' 1 c
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Medrano.wo o e ...
'at the Cabane Ohotcqt0i


Saturday night..- ;" y
present had,
fans of the delec i
through 1her.a arnpI
Radio Theatrea :aire4
froa ,Ciudad, i
1 c.:-.i, -
Lt. HenriWien
his birthday...
24th. The first .,additinri
household Is expected'z
not -too distant- futurYe,.

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Claude Martin of Don Mohr i ..' ';,"
and, Co. is leaving today for The stork visited th L l
Kingston, Havana and .Mexico Spillett residence. ay '
City on a pleasure trip. 'p.m.' and'' delivered 7 ,p
-:0:- ounce 'Daphne'Kareift
Ambassador. of ItAly and Mrs. is the former. Glady
Guerrini Maraldi wil offer a re-. Papp, is Head Accountr
ception which will be held, in ssbo. Ai:
the Casino International Monday -:0:. -- .
June 1st from 6.30 to 8.30 p.m. Mr. atide-Mrs O. ilofr6 1
on the occasion of the National -welcomed a brand-new l.st.
Day of Italy. the:name of Marie-Praftloils
-: :-o to their household. .,,.


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e Charlotte Margron clippered Over in Mlam-replenishmg. W
a to Montreal on. the 21st. wardrobe this week .en
-:0:- rie Simonet .lf Le 'Caip. Jle
Andre Roosevelt has return- Marie will we'd Mile Bdsei
n ed to the Ibo Lele after 5 re- early hext mofith and.'hon&$.
s- freshing days at Plantation Dau- moon in Europe.'
g phin as a guest of Mr. Don --:0:-
i- Lungwitz. The veteran photo- May 21st was the birthi ey
g grapher reports having taken in niversary of Colonel Pierre 1,aI.
n teresting aerial pictures of Chou'.pil.; '.
i- Chou bay from' a 680oppund 'air- ...-.-i
e- plane. Speaking highly of the The residence of Colonel Ie
famed Lungwitz hospitality he Fils-Alme was bn fete. last-i
recounted with' joy having urday. The .Col. was celeba
e- caught his second Tarpon in 52 ing his birthday.
e years from Don's yacht. -.0:- '
a -:0:- r. Ricleb Leconte
s. Friday Louis Moise went to brother Aurel flew to "N
New )York. last week. :.
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Dr. Israel Sylvain Is returning
to Hait shortly after a year's ad-
vanced study in the States.
-0-
Texaco Manager Ed. Mitchell
celebrated his Fete Friday,-
-0-
Bob Smith, the .noted artist
who drew up the, plans for the
new University of Puerto. Rico,
has arrived in Haiti fr .a trip
to Ja'cmel to get its lovely see-
nes on canvas.


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ks PresShark Saari i
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"C enOpets In New York"
I,' Gustav reports his un'
PondI Cmovie, Shark SafariN.
Pond ith- 100 Biaby Carp mvg*hr aa
.. .." : ,,..'.: "i:'its W orld Premiere at tI
.. m page 'buys the Damien fish for its its World Premiere at
ctu.e.d.." '.from... l .Theatre in New York' i
new Cafeteria on-th Grand Rue 18th. Should bring a n
ali'd to better the. Haitian And the customers find them de- t 'ngent of pear-happy
I5~ ectale I .tingent of pear-happy
'2"'." i lectable.. '""
l.c.able.... ., .. men to our shores next"
:t'st7.shipment of the cross meno u s n
ill. ri~e4 ofthe season.
1 will, arrive by plarie With the growth of the Chrp
eOnth. .pond project throughout the pro Ambassador Leger.:L
:/ .-,' .; .. / --
mitawen. .severaIf thre-.e vinces, We .smll. farmers and Vi T Talk At
din *Carp -L.orig .-ifa- J.heir faillies will have a, new Missionary Congress
isean."" ..."Mis .io. H ai's ona ressad. t
a i, were 'ished ott1of t .a ,and expensive substitute for Haiti's Ambas-adorA
4 V:be shown t"o Madame he meat and poultry they can-
S b own .-... dam e e andpoultrytheThe First Lady launches 100 half-inch Carp into the .United States, H. E. Jaa
*e&l*hose Fouidatibn now not afford to eat.rst ger, has received ainii
President's Fish Pond.h.,
_______to speak at `he 56th Annr
THIE.E H TIAN gress of the Lott Carey"
S.Missionary Society to be
THIEVES EEHAITIAN EMBASSY /' Baltimore, Maryland, Ife
STEAL" $200, 3 SlITSi NEGLECT JEWELRY.. teinber.
The organization is coin
Venezuelai police are seeking that rested under Mrs. Larache's
'of American Negroes wh'
thieves who' gained ,entiy to tPe gold wrist whtch ohf he l bedside .
been, carrying on ams
Haitian Embassy in Caracas and table was taken and the watch bee carrying on a s
.programme in' Haiti sin
'" stol620 dollars in cash, 2, excel- was,.not.
0 i ,'" Dr. Wendll 'Somenvild ,
lent quality 'suits, several shirts .... '
.. .*tar)y of the Organization,
and underw&ear.-
,Tourist Dre r Ale ing. duled to arrive in, Haitis
The ar TA Asgual r 55ending the ,...,..
T.he daitian Ambassador Col. CTA Annuaneeting inspect.the work &t
Roche Laroche'and his wife re-j, iAntignua prograune&'here. wihip"ha
turned from a ball. at 3 a.m. to carried ioat ndei tied
find that burglars hall entered Leaving today to attend the ofoRev. Rudolph Cross-
the Embassy residenceI usin a annual a needithg of the Caribbea' Marc' ..
pass, key and stotn rdoney, and Tourist Association, to take'place ., ,
pps k'y andto?,. o e..,an."
clothing Besides he clothing.'a. in Antigua is Mr. Guy Douyon,. .'Claude,' Angelucci,
-number' of .shirt" and suits arid Director of Tourism. Mr. Dou floor saoe.ls ya6c
underwear'.were issing. A re- von,-is.vircb chairman of the Exe- Jerentie. The elep
'markable fact of the robbery, cutive Committee of the C. T. A. betv7een ief n
-O., ..wate6.hasUt the theeb left jewe- He expects to be aboad ll zes 1 the:oeve
.- ., .." ,u in. ,t.o' the Presi b' ,. '. '."V
V' At..;i-. : .v, ..-".. .. ... ."'r' untouched. A 10 dollar bill week. aint b r si S .



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,ft''Pon wO'rkers fish out a 3-pound Carp for irspeetion



SO B i Orquestre Atomique. dfter cap
In Th -tivaUngd-udiences in the Domi-
.I j-'"."icd "Rbpublic. Thy-dedi"ated
3 o.. u 'snak....'. meringue," ,o the 6RtChief
ie iL.e.d' to t heTheatre de entitled El Presidente.*.-
'week with iaiti s r ----- ..
N~eit -h'Teted et'le E rsdne.
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In the' pictureabove Ambassad or of Halti,.,Mr. Jacques Leger, is seen shaking handswiti
Wendell C. Somerville, Secretary for the Congress of Lott Ca rey .Mission. StoryaA
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HAITI SUN,


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DES ADVANTAGES EXTRAORDINAIRfS QUE' VOS OFFRE
*V0TRE BELLE CREOLE
--------- .. ... ..-. .. .. -- .-.--. -- n n n ri i ~ rii~i~i~n jij uu u- niiiiii ~ n


Ancien
Prix


lAS.SIE MESH 1ere quality '4
DENTELLE NOIRE 36" de Larger
EE MAR. SUP. Gr. Larger
DEPE FAILLE Sup..Gr. Largeur
IEPE ROMAINE Sup5 Gr. ,Largeur .
WISSUSUIPEIREUR POUR ROBES ASSORTIES
ISSU POUR ROBES ASSORTIES
iULOTTES 9 SOIE
OUTIEN-GORGE SpPERIEURS
;LOTTES MERCURIZE


Prix
Nouveaux


1.00
1.20
1.40 ,
1.40
1.40
1.00-0.60
0.50-0.70
1.00
2.00
0.50 3 pour


0.50
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.50
040
0.50
1.00
1.00


Des Fleurs ... Des Fleurs ... Des Fleurs


SUNE MONTAGNE DE FLEURS'
RIEN QUE DES FLEURS
S VOYE AU No 2
I NOTRE Sl.ECTION DE FLEURS
JAMAIS FJpJRS AUSSI JOLIES NONT
ETE VENDiUES A DES PRIX SI BAS


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PROFITED DE LA LIQUIATION POUR ACIETER VOThE
PARFUM. 15 POUR CENT D'ESCOMPTE SUB, TIUCE.
BOUTEILLE DE PARFUM EXPOSEE DANS LES VITRINES
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CO#VRE-LITS CHENILLE
DE TOUTE BEAUTE
ANCIENT PRIX: $15.00
PRIX DE LIQUIDATION: $9.50


SHANTUNG DE SOIE POUR COSTUMES
i (2 1/4anies)
SHARKSKIN DE SOIE" POUR COSTUMES
TROPITEX DE SOIE POUR COSTUMES
.(2 1/2 a.nes)
CHEMISETTES UPERI .IRES -.
MOUCHOIRS ALAIS u(douzaine)
COSTUMES PURE LA'it 55.00-
COSTUME DE GABARDIiNE
(fraichement arhti .)u 40.00-
POLOS DE SOIE TRICPTW' "
CEINTURONS DE CUI EXTRA 3.50-
CEINTURONS DE CUIR
CHAVATES ,' 1.50.


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Aileaion Messieurs

LES CHEMISES gMW co"p i
A NEW YORK., Ilt 't UAL,. LES NOUVEIUX ST
AIRIVERONT-LEPRIf4ERAMPIE A $5 P$U I "U
SEIGNEMENTS SONNIM L'2GRCE' IE LA k ARI.I
EN HAITI 3417. r, i n .- ; '
LA BELLE CREOLSI t UNISTOCK.LIM E ,'EULE VOUSF.
FRE DANS SA L flODATfil AU PRIZE DE $40 HAQo E
PROFITEZ VITE ,


W MIMSE ARRIW COULEUR:.,
UNE CRAVATE A DEUX FACES:


LES DEUX POUR:


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$..01 ',
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$2.00.;

$5. 00."


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MAKES HIT WkI
TRADE STUDENT


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* Motorists should take miLore care in. turning corners oi rounding
ends. Nr. 1,'They should slow down. No. .2. They should turn
hewheel. No. 3. They should :.ot sleep. No. 4. They should
both hand on the whjel. No. 5. The'V should not try and.
... their .mpanioi the eye. No. 6. Kep at least one eye on
oad.. No7.. Rempiber, the road is public,
Ten above c.slid. oPT the road onto the bank because of a de-
ti& in the ste-- ring. .odn ter Miguel Cassis is wearing a patch on
.' head this' week as .a resultt of it). )


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S '"" PCK;-UP ET
S, RAtORACEPTEUR
.. .COMBIES


Outre''nsln mhle' montr6 cl-
'dessus nous pouvone..cournir
aussi lei 2 apparefls que voicl
pvec.u h changer .de disques
cempi6temlti automaique'A I 3
. ,i.. 4Uvitessles.-C L.s 3 radlor6epteurs
S' oun excellente reproduce.
tiaon, un ,corcecte r (r6glage
du colorsri" de la'tonalit6) et
-des bandes ataldes..WW
Ppur tous details adresez;,
voul avoPre fa.rniseur.
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-CURACAO TkADING CD. OF HATI S.A-O
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MODAYS- WEODSDAYSIFRIDA


HAVE- YOUR RUMOUR


. HOUSE FOR RENT


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A package of golX
could not have reflex
spark in the eyes of
students in the shoema"
at the Saleslan Fat.
School than the ne4
presented to them by'tI
Resident Representati.i
Aglion last Tuesday zm
The handy box wii
gadgets needed for thb
trade is the first of 50O
ed to arrive in Haiti n
They are the gift ofC
will be parceled out
loans to young
learn their tradean
it.
The Fathers will
first set in their class
make suggestions fort
ges .in the equipment .
Ance, some basic tdool
necessary here that are
sary in the United S3
some Stateside gadg.I4
superfluous'to a Haitia-
. t will do mudh to aid
gress of the skilled a
meant in Our Republic.

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MURDERED. OR DISPERSED I! .x,,e umgOi. -
For Rent: House .completely .cal center of ,the 'IDA.
Qutstripping everything in. furnishea,'refrigerator, stove etc. grossing. The buildr
sight, streaking past us like a Nice view. Call 3295, .finish the center in .Xi
lat from hEll qnd emitting the y i w een at
belligerent odour of a dead ca i- ,
.ftho Lowest possible cosia
man exposed to the sun,. goes 'ag ALB '
telejol special. Nothing is more ALLEN & BAUSSAN
difficult to overtake than a rip-
snorting, odoriferous jet-propel- Ofer the
led rumour fired from the most!
effective of all launching plat- '.
forms your. best friend'si j
.lung., 9
Bring your rumaur to the
,Haiti Sun. office on the Expo-
sition or send it by post P.O. Box
488, we'll diagnose. It, shake it
free of mud, or put a leash on it


LADY RIDES MOTORCYCLE 9 LIS. NET
TO PORT IN SEVEN HOURS .

A lady of Aux Cayes rode to
Post laqt Sunday in seven hours .
establishing a nationwide. female
travel record. Madame X left ."q
Les .Cayes at 6 a.m. and arriv- BAGS OF 42 1/2 PORTLAND
ed in Port at 1 p.m., a little mud STANDARD HYDRI uuCK NET 6 PLY
splattered and in high spirits., OFFICE: MTTC BLDG. EXPOSITION
SPort-au-Prince, Tel : 2387 .


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