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

Notes

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

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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:
AA00015023:00035


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BERNARD DIEDERICH
EDITOR .

THE HAITIAN ENGLISH


VOLUME 1.


LAN GUAGE NEWSPAPER


Port-au-Prince


SUNDAY MAY 13TH


A JAMAICAN LOOKS .AT HAITI A Church-S school DOMINICAN NAVY
ERO.DEDa'mount s, scou- largest exporter of sisal in Workshop- en FRIGATE VISITS
red slopes, dami4gi"ng floods the world. British East Afri- Under 'ne460 "oPORI Al -PRINI
in heavy .ains, hillside peas- ca being at the top. Sisal is -ANE
ant c.ltaItaion of cash crops, probably the major estate cul A. Christian As'iation of the Wednesday morning the
are featies alike of Haitian civation today in Haiti, .a Parish of St-Anne spurred frigate of the Dominiean Na
and. Jamaican' agriculture. number of major companies by their .rector the.Right Re-' .Presidente Troncoso,
But. Haiti is just. 'commen- sharing inthis industry which h vered breau local rived in p ort a courtesy
cmg to think of the road is estimated togive employ, priest) it.building at. Ave- visit..The ship which'has a
back to fertility, a path upon meant to at least 15,000 peo. ,ue .Ftuchard in Bolpsse an displacemenof 1,400 tons.;
which .famatica has firmly pie. It is grown predominant institution that"vil have un length 304 feet draft of 17
started in e lst te years. ly in the ad and demi-arid de oe oof, a church, a. feet, spet twodaysra it a- 17
Listeniing to discussions a- areas in which Haiti a- worl.iop, a and day-ian waters.. The dlast wai
, among tdp. Haitiah executives bounds in spite of its fairly school, and a ncapteen Th.is -es of .his 'Th t w'ere
School, and 2i capteen. Thi years of :this Veqsel were'
today one hears the same pro good rainfall..in several re- situationn will be dedicated s.en zigzagging ie North
.... m J nstitution.-w1ll be -dedicatedl spent zigagge gth& e North"I
blems discussed as wefe iar- gions; bizt it has even inva- Our 'Lady of C arity,an A ntc prottng convoys
i o-.our Lady 6 .tiarity>,an4 Atlantic protecting convoys
gued here.in the days-whgu ded some of the fine bana- will hlpto iinpr:e. othesstan The forward endof the ship,
the Wakefielad proposals na or sugar lands of. the dard of life of i'.. poorer ristle a litl with; a 4-inch
i Lirught 1 life.in north plain. Expots of sisil wr e i -in
W sM. Aim~ef in 1949,/5.0 yielded. ovei $43.o that ne tbo ln .' 3-ic Aus, four
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the- l ,to see how a- nurseries, pelting fd re- with friend. Thear
gric, re shiJl be tack- aping the leb&s"at &h4igllt t .of this mas I hotel i
ed :,... stage haulage to the factory the eopularit and h pi4
Haiti which 'occupies the and the.various' processes.in- ty' f its :wner...air ef-
western one-third oJ the is- during drying at' the fa&o- burn-haired ''french w
land of Hispaniola is eye ries. Thought is now being Madeleine a
onries. Thought isnw ing ,
S more mouintainous than ku- given to making increased, The 17 ar sgph has'
maica. Coffee is one of the use of sital fibres for secoti- in.M Hir1as do lite
great crops of Haiti, but it dary manufactures in Haiti .imth ivacity
has led to considerable ero- itself.. fromn'P' "ois where, ,
sioni of rnountair countryy BANANAS were the numn- lborn aEfeared, E
just as it has in the Mavis bar three industry of Haiti of a iiaifant
Bank and Yallahi Valley up to.1949, but a group with cross supple
areas of Jamaica. Today cof- whom Preident Esime. ma. The future Church-School -Workshop-Canteen to be. de. Cavignaica.
fee is still by far the largest de arrangements in replac- built in Bolosse. Be siBds vi'vcti
export industry of Haiti, ex- ing American .fruit compa- deleine had de.te
ports in 1949/50 totalling -hies has apparently fallen She' first qxhibited,,_4
over $7 million laiti in Oc- down on their task and the she .tuned up' her'..oise.
tober lat year was getting as bartana industry has languis- the gdy socialife .. bf
high as 3/6 per lb. hed. Cap Haitien used to French Capital to enter '
The nakedness left on the ship 50,000 stems a week .,. Sorbonne and study lawi
hillsides where coffee once from the North Plain : To- There thoughts of a legal ca. ..
a grew is one of the major pro- day there is no movement at reer were pushed to one si .
blems in Haiti, but with U- all. In 1947/48 Haitian ex- by a little.fellow with.a bo
united Nations' help plans a- ports of bananas'yielded $1 and arrow. -Hqdeleine me
re being laid for reafforesta- million, but in 1949/50 the and fell in" ve wit a Hal %
tion, proper hillside methods yield was under $500,000 ; tian lawyer-4.r. MNarc Ma4 .
of agricultnie and all toget- and unless something remar- val-who was in Paris study- .
her a. parallel programme to kable happens so6n there in for.his.Doctbrate. She de .
that which Jamaica has un- will be no export trade at all cided-that she preferred mala
dertaken. The Jamaican Vin- The disappearance of the ba riage to a law degree aond' o..
-ton Burns is the United Na- nana, industry is one of the her honeymoon.travellb.dt
dtions' specialist on forestry most general criticisms heard her husband's homeland.'"
who is helping the Haitian of Estim&in the major agri- was love at first sight.
Government. cultural areas. / Aboard the SS Nuevo Dominicano before sailing time a* tie moment I arrived i:
SISAL SUGAR Monday, a group of friends bid'farewell to the Amer- Haiti. I lovI d it very much,
Next to. coffee in impor- Sugar which is the major ican Agricultural Attache and Mrs. Hubert. The Huberis 6xlaiied Madame Malvat
tance as an export of Haiti industry of Jamaica is not a will sail for their new post in B`ombay India after a two cEveryonid bad parties for
is sisal. Haiti is the second (Continued on fage 3) month vacation is the U. S. continuedd oQage 12).


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DOMINICAN NAVY
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1The aPresid*ee Troncoson
under, the 'c.immand of Cap-
;tain Rafael A Averlo ,Gonza
lez( acting :Diector of the Do
minilcan Nlaval Academy, as-
isted by. Captain Jos6.Garcia
Trias, carries 43 "catlet, stud-
ents& of the: Dominica Navy
School, with their tidfioepio
i0essors, a. chaplain, ''Rev.
,.Father Baez, former curate
'6f Iani, Sani'iCrist6bal and
San Francisco de :Macoris;
ad and'orc hstrk.of 20 inisi-
cians under Enisign Gaston F
"Diaz. A.reception .was-givern
'at the 'dmni&kcan En.bassy
.1' A-iBassadorDr. 'J&se Ay-
'bar to& .nt' he-6fficers and
cadets. `tigralid-affair was*
attended by' .aitian and Do-
'minican officials, 'the Diplo-
iatic'Coips and rnembers
of society. S6me fihe pieces
of music were:.,I-playe'by the
Ship's .&orlebtra "and all
who attegided 'eemied to -en-
joy themselves within an at-
mosphere of -friendship and
cordiality, Thursflay morn-,
ing availing themsevles of
the'opportuijty offered abo-
ard the' Dominican frigate
,Presidente Troncoson the
Dominican Army represented
by two companies of officers
and cadets 'and the orchestra
of the Army showed, their
sympathy by visiting the Mau
-soleum in honor of the heroes
of Haitian Independence.
The Commander of the fri-
gate, Rafael Arvelo, the dis-
tinguished Ambassad6r of
the Dominican Republic Dr.
Aybar and Chaplain Pedro
Baez G. Kapelan lay flowers
at the Mausoleum. after
which both national anthems
were played-: -the Haitian
national anthem by Domi-
nican orchestra and the Do-
minican national anthem by
'the orchestra of the National
Palace.
The Director of the Domi
niean Naval Academy of
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S.AMAMIAN LOOK ceeding with various forms S
(Continued from page 1) of fodder including alfalfa ti
predominant i n d ustry and sorghum, rhodes grass, i
.in iHaiti, accounting in 1949 napier and elephant grass t]
/50 for just over $1 million and the Kudzu vine, to see ;t
of exports. Export sugar is how Haitian pasturage can ti
made only at one central be improved and at the same c
near Port-au-Prince but time how a balanced stock v
plans are being prepared for feed can be produced. The <
constructing three more cen- chemistry branch of the agri- v
trals, at Les Cayes, St Mi- cultural department is work se
chel and Jeremie 'in the next ing on the possible use of
two or three years -to raise mango seeds as a high pro- ti
production from 75.000 to tein ingredient in stock feed,
150,000 tons, although the .also on Mesquite, coffee
agricultural authorities esti- wastes and rice bran. One en
.mate that the country's pot- terprising farmer who is
ential is half million tons. doing very well cultivating
Cane is grpwn all over lemon grass.for the produc-
Haiti. Peasants grow cane to tion of essential oil uses his
manufacture long. sugar loa- residues as basic feed for a
-es called rapadou,' The su- fine dairy herd.
gar is wrapped in cylindrical LIVESTOCK
shape in palm sheaves which It is here relevant to men-
amusingly, by the resemblan- tion the lLvestocki industry
ce to policemen's 'leggings, which' is negligible, apart
has led to the policeman in from poultry-turkey chick-
Haiti being frequently cal- ens, Guiana fowl and wild
led rapadou. Cane is also game-which abound in Hai
,grown to a considerable ex- i. Great faith is -pinned on
tent for .the manufacture of the possibility of establish-
various kinds ofrum.have a ing a first-class native dairy
Haiti does 'ot have a liar- type based on the existing ty-
rge export trade in rum, ,biut pes sprung from European
it is the national drink, all origins to be crossbred with
of it made straight from the! the Swiss-Brown and. with
cane juice and.not.as.a sugar Jersey.
by-product. There are the fa- In regard to beef, pride of
mouse e brand rums place is giVen to thq beef
-of Hait aethpeasant Brahmin and attempts are
varieties .: lin and. being made' to' obtain the
Ta tFr~mchare-Lheba b floreVik as #11.
*s timulant of tfie peasant and. Thei intenttibn, is to .encoura-
labouring classes ge the best mountainside pea-
COCOA saints to become homestead
Cocoa exports in 1949/50 farmers with ,dairy animals
-were-valued ,at about $3 mil-' and for the Central Plhtteiu
lion but two- years before it to undertake more intensive
-was 50 per cent more. The and extensive grazing 6of
government's produce inspec1 beef anihials.-
-tion departments are being Goats are plentiful, their
*strengthened in order to'stan skins providing an export of
dardise quality and improve about $100,000. A very lean,
-price and the specialists. of rangy and altogether unat-
the department of agricultu- tractive hog is reared com-
re are giving close attention rmonly by the peasants, but
to increasing production. the department is using the
Haiti, unlike Jamaica, has Duroc as a breeding strain
a substantial cotton industry to improve riative animals.
-which is of value not only Castor beans are' a wild
because it provides an export cultivation and give promise
-of over $300,000 in raw cot- of a fairly substantial indus
ton but because it also produ- try as there is great demand
ces a substantial amount of in -world markets. A buyer
cotton seed oil-which is the from one of the big indus-
popular local cooking fat- trial groups has just been in
and cotton seed cake upon Haiti trying to encourage
-which the live-stock author- the expansion of castor bean
cities are pinning great faith production.
for the production in Haiti Generally speaking, this
of'a balanced animal feed. covers the major export as-
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ion is concerned the pattern
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he emphasis is more on plan
ains and cassavas which are
he real staple foods of the
country, together with rice
vhich is being grown on a
pnsiderable scale and in
vhich Haiti was recently
elf-sufficient.
.The big Artibonite irriga-
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The Director of the Natio nal Bahk A .'Reubli.of Hal, pMr.Chis
assisted by Engineer Damil Brun, is seen expamg to t 'e President o ithi
bthe setting up of the new bank premises.. The new bank building is to be
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hydro electric production and sidi.peasants will be discoup
flood control, is expected to raged from cultivating ths
put about 100,Q000 acres of crops and encouraged .r -'
the Arribonite valley under other to grow orcird crOA
intensive cultivation. and live-stqoc an& toge.
i other to follow patterns 6fa
Not only will export crops agriculture which will pe '
as bananas be grown, but vent erosion and restore dr
the policy of the agricultu- utility to the mouiata insiies. ,
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; : Commeice of Haiti. The Hai 15647
S u"r r9V r tian Delegation left Sunday Sold
.'. May .6th via Kingston and Port-au-
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day May 11th. Sold
Port-au-

-.-BI-MILLENNIAL Down
f The Chief of the Edility of from the
The-: w e" nw a SECRET SOCIETY Port-au-Prince, Dr. Nelaton meeting.
Martha Jean-Claude de Mi- "La Phalangen reports that Camille, was invited by his U. Berc<
r Ma rtha Jean-Claude de Mi some members of a secret So- colleague the Mayor of the the Dire
Haiten while dancing at city called uRegimentn had City of Paris to attend the C. line..
. night dub hParicina.. been arrested at Marigot. It grand manifestation" in the sixth tri]
fi-.. h bwas discovered that they bel- French capital on the occa- fact nexl
S. ong to a group of thiefs and sion of the Bi-Millennial of his persi
R E magicians. the foundation of Paris. The It's no r
The only big.fire fthe week LOVED LARCO Parisians are making great a mighty
took place last Sunday at preparations so as to give to
Carrefour. The big modern Paul Pierre liked larco, ihis celebration a character t A scho
fir6 engine answered the call kola, jn fact he was so fond of real historical significa- ded over
but it was ton late to 'save of it he decided to consume on. participation of Victor, I
the thatchM& roof houses bel- .it it case lots. Over a period Haiti to this 'fete will link P6tion"
'2 -*ting td Mrs. Aubert o- .of two weeks Mr. Kola drn- more and more the sympa- he Do
11 alt Albert. Fortune. The king Pierre knocked off thy of both nations. -attend tl
I' damage as estimated to be (Stole) 14 cases of the stuff. tiops in
in t4e vicinity f$500. A case contains two dozen. NOTICE FROM occasion
S.. M. Pierre who swiped (stole) LOTERIE NATIONALE Mr. St-V
.. r the 'cases from the delivery nouncent j m lecture t
T TIME Announcement is made to
A kind ie Officer as- wagon was caughtred handed hose interested SantHaiti
S d ce cer as- He went before the court all thoresentation of the of Haiti
,ked a young mat- tis week this week, the Judge gave nt the coupons vere
,cwith .-Fike- '-' into circulation of the 111th die
4- ho .was charged with .rece- him 'an appropriate time- to into circulation of e the brary of
.' .iing. w ether he wanted a digest the kola at the Hotel mad e Thursday morning -H
14.. lawyer, -got .a straight ans- Rue du Centre. Paul Pierre's Coupons not claimed y re- His. E
.wet: .I don't know, Qfficer criminal record stretches gular clientswill be placed re while Ri
SThis is. the first time I ever. back 10 years, his record is on sale Saturday morning of Haiti
:got ught.~ ; for abuse of confidence o Maay morning blic retu
LK..' .- ..... Larceny, larceny and, more jillo 'Thi
S ARCHITECTSS larceny. ;THE WINNERS
ARCHITECTS Hu ".n -Ethe-' 110th Drawing Shop on
.Arch tects. Hubert Etheaft, My 8
Pieri St-Come and: Albert CONVENTION IN .. 8, N95. eEmma
-t": `v. idlorces PANAMA CITY .. 0 ce oes co
i ne lns,' The Chamber of Commer- 5476 100,000.00 Gds. tc on t
;and ,at eset sweat se of Americas which is a Sold to Antoine Tessier bibition
'i like- p-d .rehitects Federation of the Chambers Petite Rivire de Nippes ors of-
in 'their office oi ue of ommnerce of the 21,Amer 4269 20,000.00 Gds. and Da
."..*-.A e ..... ican Republics with head- Sold to Joseph Hector Port- May 28t
;.._____ .':' quarters in Miamii, 'Florida, au-Prihce. responsible
K A.T RED (founded two years ago) had 6117 : 14,000.00 Gds. present
I NREDr C-.ROSS in Pana. and disp
.AITIAN its first Conventio in Pana- Sold to Gamier Philippe al Pa
F;; 1-1 .o w i n g ma from May98 to 10th. Ha- Port-au-Pncural Pa
earthquake t h a t ri was represented by Mr. 8304: 3,000.00 Gsd. The d
c"u '" .ons~iderdsle ,damages Louis Dbjoie, industrial, Pre 8304 : t 00 M Gsd The d:
i S dor,.the Haitian Red sident of the Chamber of 'SOd to Milen Conde Aux Pans" of
ir4gh its 'TPresidedt Commerce .of Haiti; Mr. R6 GCayes tion of 1
j te t Messa- ger Boucard, merchant, S.
ng oi path to the. :Red' member of the Board of Di-
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Gds hed the photograph of the
;asse Haitian Chief of State sur-
rounded 'by members of his. .
Gds. cabinet, and articles that ga -
oseph ve information relative too
'the -aplan of agricultural
development' and the numen


in Port-au-Prince rous projects for the mate-
e big city (NY) and rial, democratic and cultural
.shippers is Ralph progress of Haiti, which has
ovici Jr., assistant to given President Magloire in.
ctor of the M. T. T. international recognition. The
. This. is. Ralph's same edition, offered their
p... As a matter of readers photo taken of the"
t trip we must get grand banquet organized by
onality '(biography): Club Atenas, of Havana, in.
rumour that he has honor of the Minister of Hai
interesting one. ti in Cuba and Madame Forn
xxx brun. -
ool delegation presi- xx
r by Mr. Edner St- The recipe is out... at last
directorr of, aLyce' we know. just what that
will leave soon for daily aPotioni that Robert
inican Republic to Roy among others may he-
he grand manifesta- seen in the lhiat afternoon at
that capital on the the s=Ascencio' enjoying.
of uUniversity Day" The Potion" is made up .of
Victor will deliver a A-K-100, malted milk andf
it the University of V-8 cocktail.
dmingo, and books xxx
an authors will be Peorges Dallemand and
d: to the National Li- Denise Wolff are happily
Ciudad Trujillo. honeymooning at' Kenscoff -
'xxx -they were married last night
xcellency Mr. Theo- at the SacreCoeur.
chard, .Ambassador xxx
to Dominican Repu- Thuirsday morAing H. E..
Lrned to Ciudad Tru Mr Jules Doiond, Secretary-
ursday, of Agriculture, Commerce.
xxx 'and National Economy flew
Rue des Miracles 'tb Miami, Florida. During
nuel Lafond 't his absence HI.' E. 'Mr. Cl.
commercial designing ment Jumelle, Secretary. e
ie side) plans an el- State of Labor and Natiqn"
of oils and water co- Health will act in his place.
artists Raoul Viard Ex-Secretary of Commerce)
niel Lafontant on Agriculture.and National E-
h. The Art Shop was conomny, Mr. -Louis Decatrej
ble for the excellent this week left by plane for
tion of'graphic work his new post as Consul ,of
plays at the Agricul- Haiti in New York.
billion on May ,1st. xxx
xxx Mr. and Mrs Gerard Mar-
laily newspaper 'El 'tino left for New York a-
Havana in 'its edi- board'the SS Nuevo Domini
MIay 7, 1951, publis- cano Monday.


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have been checked by this
newspaper, and to the
best of our knowledge
their merchandise 'is : of
good quality and good
value.


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SHOPPING

qG*R. S Are from 8 a. m. till 4 p. m. some'shops
close between the hours of 12 and 2. p. m.
.Open all day Saturday.
Banks open at 8 a. m. and close at Ip. m.
Saturday closing noon.
Post Office opens at 8 a. m. and close at
5:30 p. m.


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Alfred Tennyson (579 pp)
Charles Tennyson -Mac-
7milan ($7.50).
The story of Tennyson's
vast Victorian lifetime is It-
ke the story of a civilizatuc.n
in Toynbee :.the whole age.
is embodied. in it. Born in
1809, he Nw as descended from
the yeomanry and the county
familiess that together bred
England's great middle class.
The north-country parsona-
ge of his childhood tumbled
with ten brothlirs and sis-
ters; at seven he-nad to be
able to chirp from memory
the four books o0 Horace's
Odes..
In his own family were
those classic victims of the
19th Century dlie father
who took to drinlk and vio-
lence, the brother who went
mad, the brother who took
opiuqp. Thqre were- also such
dglight of lfe in thie hills
.and lanes -jf Lt'xolnshire
Sth.at 'Cambr idg i 18271
the poet te a, h esick
set- it Unml that
e." ,;Zf"Voke ersityi
town .spira pure
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Emp...of. CTobacwop.' Indus-
try dismayed khgn and so did
1oLndon.-wicr its leagues of
light,,; he roamed the streets
in -horror that the seething
crowds he found there would
'roon be lying horizontal qu-
derground. Like the middle
class- whose poet he became,
Tennyson spent most of his
life in a vague struggle to
soften, to disavow the harsh'
materialism of mines and fac
triess thatpiiade the wealth
of England and killed her


poor in slums; to cling to the
beauty of the spirit and to
belief in God.
"A fine, large-featured,
dim-eyed, bronze coloured,
man-is Alfred,, wrote Carly-
le in 1840, "dusty,. smoky;,'
free and easy; who- swims
outwardly and inward.y.
with great composure, in an
articulate element as, of tran-
quil chaos an4' tpbacqq smo-
ke., Seasin.ed. in the fumes
of: his own ag, he was also
before he was 35', the vete-
ran of a personal hell from
which almost nothing was
lacking : 4 torn and distress-
ful home ; the shock and
grief of losing his best friend.
Arthur Hallam ; the cruelty
of a sneering review in the
-Quarterly Review, that dro
ve him into nine years of pu
blic silence; poverty; a long
and apparently hopeless en-
gagement.
On these early years, the
new biography by the poet's
grandson, Charles Tennyson,
'supplies much material nevdr
!ullshed .before,;- Alfred ha-
'ted to talk-'abbut them and.
his son, Hallam, had to scant
them in his standard memoir
of 50 years ago. Nothing, ho-
wever, could so testify to
Tennyson's magnetic power
as this veneration by the se-
cond and third generations:
of his family. Charles, a dis-
.tinguished lawyer and civil
servant who is now 70 him-
self, remembers his tower.'
ing grandfather in old age,
shuffling downstairs in the
morning and extendingg his
great withered brown hand
tb the children to kiss.


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Scbre 10'a points for each- correct answer in the first six problems.
A "meerschaum" describes -a:f--- ... .
.-Mule '-Pastry St-Silk .-r.--Pipe ... -
The characters in the Broadway musical "Guys and Doll" were
created by: '
-F- Scott Fitzgerald -TohnO'Hara) i -Damon Runyan,
.-.--. --Sinclair Lewis -
r' ich .of these words would- not be used in an explanation of
\nuclear fission: r -
-Neutrons '. -rElectrons C-Proteins Molecules'
,Tallulah Bankhead and young Arthur MacArthur both root for
S --N. Y. Giants arw--Brooklyn Dodgers i <-N. Y. Yankees
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5: The MarEaill Plan is handled by the:
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6: The most decorated soldier of World War H was: ___~
-Sergeant York -Machine Gun. Kelly -Audie Murphy
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South Just match the mountains listed below with the proper
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(A) MLt Rushmore/. --- Alaska r
flj(B) ML McKinley/ -Califoria '
W (C) Mt- Raiier". -Swnth Dakota'
M" .,.J)t. Whitneyi --Washington
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TODAY IS MOTHER'S DAY


WEEKLY CROSS WORD PUZZLE


'- ... .... Here's the A=s
Clouds of Faith. In 1850, ,Co6medienne |1 0>N
all England' wept over In
Memoriam, Emily" Sellwood ) HOIAb TAL, 55s ea skeleton ,
consented, after twelve years ,6PiJetured VERTICAL
to marry him, and Queen eo nPrevious
Victoria made him Laureate. 11 Pra.er sPeck alJ
Thereafter until his death in a Motive 4 Nova Scotip
14 Corded fabric (ab.)
1892, Alfred Tennyson gave 15 Brazilian, 5 Youthful 17 Within 3Gil
'the profession of poetry a pu- I Indian 6 Rays. 20 Opposed '4l' eg
i d i t i 18 Poen 7 Sun god 21 Sallies 42
blic dignity that it hasnev.er 19Manuscript a niformity 23 Tedium n
had ince.ds of i (comb. form) 25 Requires 43 Babyl!
Yet he was aware of the Words of Secret 27 Swiss river. : deity
t he was aware of the opposite message 29 Sheltered side44.Compnos pain
gifts he did not have; he on- meanings .. 10 Vitality 32 Raillery .' 45Moon-godddss
ce said he would have given Symbolfor 12 Louse egg 34 Occurring in 47 Cushion
erbium 13 Royal Navy regular 49 Pinnacle
everything he had done for 23 Hen product Yeoman (ab.) succession 51 Channel
the spontaneous lyric quality 24 Male child 16 International 36 Maxim I Islands (ab.)
of Suckling or Lovelace. As 2r Gs of language 3 Garretj 53 Negative.
a philosophical poet he al- 28 Depend I 3 I 5 7 8
30 Blackbird of -
most never crystallized the cuckoo family i I 13
clouds of theistic faith that 31 Golf device ,I 15 l t II I
filled his head : .The great 3 rRoman ) dte
Lord Acton'spoke of "the air 35 Doctrine ...
iness of his metaphysics, the a Brone I Z
indefinmeness of his knowl-1 (ab.)
edge, his neglect of transi- 0Voll ent
irneams
tonsns" His criticism was put 4p5ira Oabj
more gaily by Algernon 4 Apex
i91tSenter
Swinburne in his parody of f9Parsnbr.d M 0 4L 3
Tennyson's Higher Panthe- SO5 *es into
ism:e.1
God, whom we see not, Is: and
GQdb who is ot, Q see :
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One of the -moostf;Janilr-. works! af'r$ in the United States is this ,Portira#':of .the
Artist's MOthbe"n by James A bbott' MA eil.l .W4hisatler, nop ed American artist iaw-
-her. The Unnited *tM7FPbst: OlffiVefsued.anreproduction.of-she,. painting .on.4
three-cent star'p in 1db 34 ,w mem.ory.and in horor of the mothers of .. America.
Whistler; des.cedd fr.oT:ia fasmia of soldiAers left the United States .4iiliary' Aad-
'ewiy. tlo study dant adt:sPent most of bhif adult-life in Europe. He ivas president of the
Royal Sooiety of British Artists:i 1.886. Th,e portrait of his mother is owned by the
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A GI at Camp Ricker. Ala., re-
elved a letter 36 feet long .
from his girl. Miust have been a
lot of footnotes *
In ruling that girdles are essen
ial rubber products, the- National
Production Authority proved itself
capable of making snap decisions.
Seagulls stole two golf balls
from foursome playing at Hast-
ihgs, New Zealand, then deposited





Sthem.at thq edge of -hole 3.-Guess HAVE
S that made for birdies all the way ,
AR. e c .0 th e
Doyou suppose that rug'thieves
worr? alout getting caught' while
they .E@ taking a "nop", ] ,
:" { Harva' "nthr'op0ol ast 'Earnest .
Booton -.ppdicts -that televistlo "
'e' e"f eot yet e -.the .facrtj,
au .obb lives 'f.Hboton.

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xxx Mr. B. Hopson, associated
Fr her annual vacation with the B. F. Goodrich
this year Lucienne Audain Company. arrived in town
chosed the U. S. She flew to from Puerto Rico this week.
Miami Wednesday. xxx


Monday Minister Frangois
Georges flew to Washington
...He will discuss with 0. V.
D. A. certain things concern-
ing the 14 million.
xxx .
'It is estimated that those
sailors last weekend spenit o-
ver$40,000.00 while in port.
.XXPX.
Hilda Canez,who at this
very moment is bard at work
Studying for'her graduation
exams at .Skidmore' (Girls
school) in Saratoga Springs
will return to Port-au-Prin-
ce in the first days of June.
'Her three years study at the
College will end June the
Ist when she hopes to be ban
ded her Bachelor ,of Science
degree in commercial admi-
nistration. ,'
: :x .
S Marcel Fpmbrin, Mins-
ter 'of Haiti in 'Havana, grri-
"ved in town Tuesday. M'in-
ister Fombriu whose here
on vac ation wi P a s
daysdth. .. tes nd
friends before. Jeaving for'
his post TIu*sday
SxxX .
SA Mrs. Maitre Jean Claude,
'" Leger was guest of honor at
a .6 to 8 surprise party at Ro.
bert Deschamps place Thurs'
day evening. The occasion
was Mrs. J. C's birthday.
Lxxx
Andre Chevalier has proud-
ly placed among his unique
collection, a lithograph of a
little girl by artist Marion
Greenwood who returned to.
the U. S. Thursday with a
gigantic stack of sketches of
local scents and people. Miss
Greenwood intends to have
a New York showing of her,
art in about a year's time.
xxx
Madame Jean-Deeb went,
to the U. S. on a health trip
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Mr. Emile .Roy, and Mr.
Marini are due back from
the States tomorrow. The
;two gentlemen visited the
States and Canada on a one
month health trip. The Doc
tor classify d them as fit men;
and said they could throw
the thought of dieting over-
board... It is rumoured that
le said eat and drink as.
much as you want. A fine
'Doctor.
xxx
Geo. Remponeau at present
in Paris studying Museumo-
logy expects to -go to Rome
next month.
XXX
Mr. Leslie Brandt on bus-
iness in Canada will 'return
(to port with his wife next
week..
XXX
The boys teased Jean...
They. say May Ist.he retur-
ned to mother, while his
new wife Marcelle went
West. Solo.

Gerard Bazile at present
examining New. York' skys-
crapers from the pavement
is reported to be gathering a
stock of Wall Street jokes.
xxx


x I
Colonel Laroche,Ambassadorj
of Haiti in Venezuela, who
was here for a short while
last week, in transit to the
U. S. is said to be going to
remarry soon.
xxx
Mimose Dejean and her
mother returned from vaca-
Iioning in the States Sunday
aboard, the SS Nuevo Domi-
nicano.
xxx
Mr. and Mrs Alexander
MacDonald (Mac is Contro-
ler of the Banque Nationale
de la Repubfique d'Haiti)
set sail Friday aboard the
Dutch Line ship =Boskoop,,
for dear old Sootland. The
vessel will take them to Lon-.
don where they will take a
train .to their home town
Stornoway, Scoilgtnd. This is
their first trip home in twel-
ve years, and they hope to
make it a good one, carry-
ing enough tropical food sup
plies including Scotch to last
their thrle months vacation.

Bill Vrooman made a trip
to St-Thomas in the. Virgin
Islands this' week. No plea-
sure trip it was business.
S,,. XXX '
It has come to our notice
that there is more than one
(Briseuse, gunning for the
amiable easy going Purser a-
board the good' ship Nuevo
Dominicano.


Boulos Sada is flying to the Friday night the Splendid
U. S. on a two months.i Hotel was the. scene of a
health and vacation trip grand farewell cocktail par-
next week. ty and dinner. Mr. Dick
'Dominican Brigadier Ge-"' Leegstra, the .new General
neral Paulino arrived in port Manager of the Curacao Tra
Sunday to. attend young ding Company here, the em-
George Duret's christening. ployees, their: wives and
The new God father retur- friends, joined together- to
ned to Ciudad Trujillo wish bpn voyage to Mr. Al-
Monday. fredo Regenbogen who after
xxx three years here has receiv-
Minister Arsene Magloire ed a transfer to the Compa-'
celebrated his birthday ann- any's organization in Ciudad
iversary Tuesday. Trujillo. Earlier Friday after
There was a party at the Mi- noon the employees present-
nister's home and later Tues- fed 2 Lazare paintings which
day evening they went up to 'they ad put together and
Hotel St-Francis. H. E. the. purchased as a going away
President dropped over to gift for the former General
wish his brother, ,Many Manager.
Happy Returnsi. xxx
Von Hartz of Esso Compa-
xxx ny (now stationed in Ciudad
Wednesday Mrs. Max Ba- Trujillo ) was in town for
zelais enjoyed her birthday couple of days this week...
anniversary. business trip.


Bachelor days are over
for Chief Station Manager
and Director of Field Opera-
tions Monsieur Marquis. Wi-
fe. Marion and son Gary re-
turned Thursday from a ten
day visit to Miami.
xx
Another whose bachelor
days are ,over is Bill Stowe
(U. S. Food iMission) His
wife returned via PAA from
an extended stay in Texas
with relatives Wednesday.
xxx
Mr. and Mrs Paul Anson
sailed away on vacation abo-
ard the SS Nuevo Dominica-.
no Monday.
xxx
Mile Alice Larco sailed
Monday aboard the SS Nue-
vo Dominicano.


Dr. and Madame Carlos
Boulos were blessed with' a
boy last week in New York.,
Madame Boulos is the former
Aimre Abraham.
A daughter was, born


SUNDAY MAY 13TH


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the former Marie Marthe Kp'
nol, says her little girl is. to
be christened Mickelle :
(Continued in Ti Joe Col.).:






Catholic .
Hospital Chapel
unday Mass it 8:30 a. m.
sermbn in English.
Sacr-Coeur. Sunday
Masses at 4-6-8 a. ..
Cathedral Sunday .Masses :
at 4-5:30 0:00 a. m.
St Gerard (near Oloffion)
sunday Masses 5;30U-7-8 :30
St Jean Bosco Sunay, .
Mass at 9 a. m.
Chapel on the E postio4 V
grounds. Mass at 9: a. n .:
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Holy Trindity Cathedral
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BilyCef)an ara e1 wskilled-int the Korea War,-dohated a pint of blood in New York lie-l made., false, comee
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'of Port-au-Prince society
cid"th l Diploma 'c Corps at-
I d 'd. I rained, the band
.played on -everyone enjo-
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j Starting Sunday football
matches will be played at
the .Champ-de-Mars instead
of Part-Leconte, where imp-
rovements and thle building
of a new .stadium are in pro
gress. .Thgre will be no char-
ge for watching the game
but 10 cents will be charged
for grandstand seats. The
weekly -lottery (tickets -cost 2
cents each) with prizes of a
bike, radio, or articles ofPsi-
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will continue. Within- two
weeks a bi-mojithiy .lottery
will be started (tickets cost-
ig. 10 cents). The first prize
will be an all expense paid,
seven-day trip- to lavana,
Cuba. These lotteries ire un-
der the direction of the Foot- f
ball'federation. .'
* Today's game in .the Pra- I
Iel Cup series will be bet-
ween Army arid Excelsior
Kick off time is set for 4:00


nuuar value, will continue. p. in. .

ANNUAL ELECTIONS tory4 Cmmnittree: Mrs Bri-
SHELD AT UNION gnac, Mrs.-?itchell and Mrs,
SCHOOL P.$..., .rs. Southerlana,
Monday evenipg at 8:30 Principal of the Union Sqhool
,_ the. annual' eJ1ctionof the U- gae a.repqrt..of the school'
ion Schol boardd was' held program during the year. ap-
uld have -one. at the Haitith American Ins nouncg at.the same time
S tirule.ColonelFollansbee prq that '-raduation exercices
ERI0 ANEZ sided over the, meeting anc will ,take.place at the Hai-
he .comenced his report on tian 'American Institute., *on
EN :. the activities ,of the sool June 1st at 9:30 p. m.





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la Catridad. .Persons wist- r Kaay Treasurer, Mr.
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Right Reverend Kbt ember, 'Mr. Elias Noustas.
tory of.St. Anne, Port-au- as follows: Mr Bc.rgers, Mr.
Prince. Brett and Mr. Dolan. Inven-
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ofdres rply Box 488 na taitu Sr. at
'of 10 words.
.: ,WANTED
A small honse with ow rooms,
Ial in Petionville or the coo-
ldr sections of the city Tele-
^ lpione 7175.
or, WANTED
A good condition second hand
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Offr Tahitie space wanted thAd
drei' reply Box 488 tHaiti Sun*.

OR RENTu s, '
'A c:Acr ionteely furnished house,
I' large 1ivtig an dine niteng rooms,
:.. 1 2- bedrDing contaarge Porches Kit-
Ben fully eguiipped with G. E.
^ 'fle'tSrigerator and stove etc.
',"Gobd location easy transpor-
tation to downtown.
V'") FoE, further information Call
032. ,

Any person wishing a. pen-
friend .in New Zealand, Austra-
lfa or Tahiti please cQntact the
.::Editor of the, cHaiti Sunm
'k I rso interested in piurhhas-
ing 'old pictures or snap-shots of
former President and great men
.'- of'Haiti. Those ifiterested in
'. selling contact the 'Haiti Sun))
j bywriting P. O. Box 488.















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I THE


-HAITI SUN*


assified Advertisements
ed.- For Rent -For Sale Lost and Found


FOR SALE :
1- Terrain et Maison Ai
Bourdon (Prop : 40x60)
2 Trois Carreaux de
terre arros6s (36% en plaine
3 -'Terre & Bourdon (70
x185)
4 Terre sur Ia Grand'
Route a Peti6nville (130x
130)
5 Grande Maison grand'
Route Pdtionville.
. 6 Grande Maison & Pe
tionville
7 Grande Maison a Pa-
cot v Ui
8 Grande 1'Maison au
Bois-Verna B
9 Grande Maison a Ba
biole.
10 Grande Maison au
Candpe Vert
I 1- Maison et trois
grands terrains A Petionville
excellente position)
(pix : $600.00 a-.
$f'8.000.00) I '
REAL ESTAqE,,
AGENCY RODOR '
TRADING
Corporation with its offi-


ces in the Bonhomme build-
d4ing on the Grand'Rue will
solve your housing problem.
If you wish to rent a house,
or buy a house Just give
them a ring.
On etiquiring about any
of the -REAL ESt'ATE,
bargains at the aRodor Tra
ding Corporation office -
150 Grand'Rue (Building of
Robert Bonhomme Phone
2780) ask to see their fine
modern handy sewing ma-
chines" they sell them or an
astoundingly low price.


'Notice


aBatam Booksm, 25 West
45th Street, New York. N.Y
will for a period of six
months beginning April 15,
1951, send postage paid to
any individual of Haiti, so-
lely for his own use and not
for resale, a paper-bound e-
ditiod of Roosevelt and, Hop
kins, by Robert Sherwood,
complete in two volumes,
upon, receipt of a letter con
training cancelled stamps
for the use of stamp collect-
qrs in America, and the ad-
dress of- the individual des-
irihg this great 'history of
the United States in depres-
sion and later in war. Please
state in letter how you first


SUNDAY MAY 13TH.


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roXTRAIT LOTION EAU DE COLOGNE POUDRI
aflink'


HEURE INTIME
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ALL THE WORLD FAMOUS


NAMES IN FRENCH PERFUMERY


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PERSONALITY OF THE WEEK

.. I found friends in all parts [ feels that Haiti is well on ts
of, Haitian society and they way to becoming a tourist's
are still my dear friends to- paradise under the capable
day. administration of President
Madame Malval feels that! Paul Magloire: aHe is a mian
the Haitian people are the who likes progress and beau-'
most sympathetic in the ty says iadame Malval. al'
world. In no other country am sure he will make our
she says, are-people as will- cbthtry most attractive to vi--
ing and anxious to giver a visitors "
helping hand to their friends Madame Malval herself is
And their friends always find doing her bit to prove to the
a way to help. them in re- world what a glorious place
turn. Haiti is. Next month lher no-
During her early stay in vel, (Land ofEnclhantment"
Haiti, young Madame Mal- is coming off the .presses
val Jived in Port-au-Prince with an introduction from.
where her husband was wor- Mr. Dantes Bellegarde, per-
king in the administration manent Haitian delegate to
of President Vincent. the U. N. Madamd Malval
Three years ago she came found that the books- she
to Petionville to launch her fead on Ifaiti didn't seem to -'
pension. lI had a feeling,, present the true picture of itp
she said, -that Haiti's tourist colorful life and people. So
trade would expand and mo. she once more showed she
re hotels would be needed". was a deterinined woman.
And today she is happy that She sat down to write one
she acted on her. hunch. She that would.


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THE WORLD


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'53579012' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile16' 'sip-files00006.tif'
abeb76a4d46f82e261fa353dc67a8fb7
d27d0a879a8b965a47dab417383c4c95782785c5
'2013-06-28T15:07:20-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:05:19-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile17'
abeb76a4d46f82e261fa353dc67a8fb7
d27d0a879a8b965a47dab417383c4c95782785c5
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile18'
abeb76a4d46f82e261fa353dc67a8fb7
d27d0a879a8b965a47dab417383c4c95782785c5
'2013-06-28T15:08:12-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:06:34-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile19' 'sip-files00007.tif'
b854591cb63b878b4bfaf42084ae82bd
1a2c514c58819f8d7382baf5a791b99f296aab21
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile2'
26889aac5f57ccabc399880155612e98
0bca39c4643c2541ac71925b0ceae5f189f0efb5
'2013-06-28T15:07:09-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:05:03-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile20'
b854591cb63b878b4bfaf42084ae82bd
1a2c514c58819f8d7382baf5a791b99f296aab21
'2013-06-28T15:06:50-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:04:40-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile21'
b854591cb63b878b4bfaf42084ae82bd
1a2c514c58819f8d7382baf5a791b99f296aab21
describe
'2013-06-28T15:04:59-04:00'
virus check
'53300156' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile22' 'sip-files00008.tif'
58302a49cbcb32618671d527ac2ec38e
deb3c3eb474b874a0ab7972aa5933b766eb4c1d7
'2013-06-28T15:08:00-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile23'
58302a49cbcb32618671d527ac2ec38e
deb3c3eb474b874a0ab7972aa5933b766eb4c1d7
'2013-06-28T15:07:32-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:05:40-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile24'
58302a49cbcb32618671d527ac2ec38e
deb3c3eb474b874a0ab7972aa5933b766eb4c1d7
'2013-06-28T15:07:34-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:05:43-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile25' 'sip-files00009.tif'
9e1d424efb8cb079f74d7f22f699ea02
60cc10320167f7666b1790f84b15c8d202635b18
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile26'
9e1d424efb8cb079f74d7f22f699ea02
60cc10320167f7666b1790f84b15c8d202635b18
'2013-06-28T15:07:37-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:05:48-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile27'
9e1d424efb8cb079f74d7f22f699ea02
60cc10320167f7666b1790f84b15c8d202635b18
'2013-06-28T15:07:38-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:05:50-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile28' 'sip-files00010.tif'
4333c046998f414e9562dc24ddd3a3c4
2a7a3c70e6433c1fe72bcbc12c627b8382e0f913
'2013-06-28T15:06:53-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:04:45-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile29'
4333c046998f414e9562dc24ddd3a3c4
2a7a3c70e6433c1fe72bcbc12c627b8382e0f913
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile3'
26889aac5f57ccabc399880155612e98
0bca39c4643c2541ac71925b0ceae5f189f0efb5
'2013-06-28T15:07:03-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:04:56-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile30'
4333c046998f414e9562dc24ddd3a3c4
2a7a3c70e6433c1fe72bcbc12c627b8382e0f913
'2013-06-28T15:07:13-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:05:09-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile31' 'sip-files00011.tif'
807c9bc210dcfdef1ebb588c82680d0f
63dbf8b395a352dc56debbd2607c4192f6f220c8
'2013-06-28T15:07:43-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:05:58-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile32'
807c9bc210dcfdef1ebb588c82680d0f
63dbf8b395a352dc56debbd2607c4192f6f220c8
'2013-06-28T15:07:28-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:05:31-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile33'
807c9bc210dcfdef1ebb588c82680d0f
63dbf8b395a352dc56debbd2607c4192f6f220c8
'2013-06-28T15:07:18-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:05:16-04:00'
virus check
'53517380' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile34' 'sip-files00012.tif'
71ad4513b6966ac459cf6bfe5e128c1e
12749dc469f320059769f56a647db6737b252461
'2013-06-28T15:08:05-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile35'
71ad4513b6966ac459cf6bfe5e128c1e
12749dc469f320059769f56a647db6737b252461
'2013-06-28T15:07:26-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:05:27-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile36'
71ad4513b6966ac459cf6bfe5e128c1e
12749dc469f320059769f56a647db6737b252461
'2013-06-28T15:07:11-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:05:07-04:00'
virus check
'2267821' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile37' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
9bb0b7f389c1eb99be013783479fbcc7
cfed19836a64bad810a56e0c7ba4cd0cad7e48f5
describe
'2013-06-28T15:05:24-04:00'
virus check
'2236986' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile38' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
f6008a9bfe9a7f6bd0bfe78405f55c84
2d48fb783e02c28c3b5601532f8642e6b1ca2339
'2013-06-28T15:07:19-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:05:17-04:00'
virus check
'2244528' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile39' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
804cef57fab3569f53f4f0ee62182b04
34a4e9ca29f0388dd0baec17d453da6839b4d3eb
'2013-06-28T15:06:58-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:04:51-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile4' 'sip-files00002.tif'
e426988af52a568472dd54edfadf7cb7
05aa850495933f034d26c137a9fd2928a63e1d69
'2013-06-28T15:07:41-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:05:55-04:00'
virus check
'2237001' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile40' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
29ba1d94bfe02c4ba433f9d0ed913a06
462625f07c170e1294629222f65753ec6db9b5e9
describe
'2013-06-28T15:06:16-04:00'
virus check
'2244517' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile41' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
8a07402ea02a878ad05134ccbd9085a9
21dfd5507138338647834ac22ca338aea10cfb48
'2013-06-28T15:07:21-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:05:20-04:00'
virus check
'2231794' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile42' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
f8382560e481559ee1fe11fd7c59fc53
a0ad43ab2265919479ccb4f5dfc0bfcaf3947bc8
describe
virus check
'2244545' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile43' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
25bc9d94072844063740cfaebf05a754
499acb037ad61d4a53fb46627df234fc52e56138
describe
virus check
'2220192' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile44' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
e1eeaa302d9631c07e0a5cbe8f61fd7b
50f7f287431afc18a54f312a68bb09203f56a004
'2013-06-28T15:07:25-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2244542' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile45' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
f087d6d8f9b85b8f83e6588e75c72487
e2775d07f9c3d34519d37b3502481e9cd1c37190
describe
virus check
'2236990' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile46' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
cab36bc11f958868ce0bfb9ba99f8680
d87f8b687571ec63c34db3b9d37f3e5a4c68db70
'2013-06-28T15:07:22-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:05:21-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile47' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
153ac7ebf9bf4686b035bc8a90f8ec61
8d5daeeccbf0188d8fe0b957de0c75cf874025e3
describe
virus check
'2229242' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile48' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
3d7f12b54afccc575dde2017eedfbc87
e76dd5bd82522f456a6e217d44a207d1547125bd
describe
virus check
'750676' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile49' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
986a33ac1280adca7f8292207cf97daa
fc0ff1c4c87121fdedf3d62d959ff6766b200551
'2013-06-28T15:07:51-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:06:11-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile5'
e426988af52a568472dd54edfadf7cb7
05aa850495933f034d26c137a9fd2928a63e1d69
'2013-06-28T15:07:49-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:06:10-04:00'
virus check
'84688' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile50' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
5006bdde0890e9ee020f08d0bde86ab8
6d23fcc29423eb22b4289836ce548b8dff80d713
'2013-06-28T15:07:04-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:04:57-04:00'
virus check
'774756' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile51' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
8d8439c4e733fc823be4f7acd5c7ccc4
a8ef5f847acaae02984d4dc78d15236c7d0a766c
'2013-06-28T15:07:00-04:00'
describe
virus check
'89735' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile52' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
79c7f1e2d89686479452ba93783a1665
30a575742d635ca628200a980fde46f4563dcd65
'2013-06-28T15:07:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'743931' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile53' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
a8fb1bfe0b36deb6e3a831ff81d98c33
ba0989bc5e324563806e16eb7bc3059ea08f0fe3
'2013-06-28T15:07:39-04:00'
describe
virus check
'79478' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile54' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
276cc8534d2e3954747fe306c39af390
06f515c126756720ae63e40996c6b0b2cc2711f9
'2013-06-28T15:06:51-04:00'
describe
virus check
'813844' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile55' 'sip-files00004.jpg'
28915388ac0cc57b1372ce69ae5810be
62c3b2550e793132e5e1772427e87931fc9e13cf
describe
virus check
'88289' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile56' 'sip-files00004.QC.jpg'
3f7a7691a8c1d98c8197290362f4b0a8
4052172026b687c1bb5c1fd1e9cd6a5d56cfe8e5
describe
virus check
'672735' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile57' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
703c23a3ca0d515d011cb9c6e42fd422
f2ba9f69b8215ff42f6ee5544aa909301846541a
describe
virus check
'81105' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile58' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
dcce2d3a9cd66490b4da51a1444ab7ab
2aa33c4477ebfeb0cd9b29219b0843effa9693ff
describe
virus check
'757689' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile59' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
c5901d950673842338c4adf264784221
a51264f660f91e417f2b63db584106cc6212e336
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile6'
e426988af52a568472dd54edfadf7cb7
05aa850495933f034d26c137a9fd2928a63e1d69
'2013-06-28T15:07:55-04:00'
describe
virus check
'88687' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile60' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
17aa28cb47ee89d9c88ec1ac7e8da02b
b1f92f9d061b72caa0e9bc878b02885c83d26212
describe
virus check
'795899' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile61' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
bf795ca429d8393af47bcda6800eacec
20899c15beac2ece92ff1690f79724fad4654a0c
describe
virus check
'87203' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile62' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
6505bebaa2dfbf6fe61d8af24356bcd5
0312a33ee4ceab84696d21a0fa57a03c03729903
describe
virus check
'718110' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile63' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
d221f6dae0c77ec9a051c3bae853ed52
41af7385075bdcdd29ee5e4e2a3bc606dac49552
'2013-06-28T15:08:02-04:00'
describe
virus check
'86757' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile64' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
5c2707fa2b6def9af68c2f62148441f4
aba2c240f895ea12fe474a82ab76ec39c455f2e1
describe
virus check
'818523' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile65' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
7f8c1992588999a1f81954dfade03ec5
f6b7ab4fe0024620e7beaa3e9154507dd51cb47e
describe
virus check
'91890' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile66' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
f4eee005e23131fcf815a85713a44931
55bbe6d2f54ad4c0e9cbebeb1c51d448c3148816
describe
virus check
'725210' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile67' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
042dc9e31eb8f6a4f5afbb1c7b7afdfb
185eedbce200739f5a1bc34ecb99c693774f191e
'2013-06-28T15:07:56-04:00'
describe
virus check
'81142' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile68' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
281e97e8b1687832d2986a2dd4db92e9
6898afe4fbceb7a43fcba9f741e2bdc99d0b75d0
describe
virus check
'766230' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile69' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
cde38a8fffd0d9e40ead26f54190afdb
f89769dded2a77d21ee7e44b3db3b3be05c36148
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile7' 'sip-files00003.tif'
ec774a525bb681ecfb2ba85bf38c32c3
dc45e03f3acc11f595621d01b5673bf7788637c1
'2013-06-28T15:08:08-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:06:28-04:00'
virus check
'88405' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile70' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
e2abcaab896e510a7c115461c3d2790c
06545774164c2412dc257c9231b2b6d419ce1d60
describe
virus check
'707402' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile71' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
63029671386940e87f39c36bad724aa8
a1b58333cb8b069f4b75dcc995867af3f0d7bebd
describe
virus check
'83960' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile72' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
0e40c87147704be472c5053c45bd308a
367d67e078e6d49f9df23bed709880c3552e3bf9
describe
virus check
'33147' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile73' 'sip-files00001thm.jpg'
ead8e5553d85052eba926166f803eabc
979de16add2e9f4046b2c12c374c80541a24ab27
'2013-06-28T15:06:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'34603' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile74' 'sip-files00002thm.jpg'
481406de8a09001a3eec5f41fa1c5748
7421162d72e16f6d778fd334887a0ab39c3bc35f
describe
virus check
'32112' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile75' 'sip-files00003thm.jpg'
6aad492c0e9795869cbbe56d1ab3879f
de69076bbf0a64b6e97b35355ab28aba7e8ce337
'2013-06-28T15:07:50-04:00'
describe
virus check
'33644' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile76' 'sip-files00004thm.jpg'
8ea700dce5793c7bb213b995cf3eef03
94f6631864e4ef5761ad04a1d88ae7a9de6fbc23
'2013-06-28T15:06:48-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:04:38-04:00'
virus check
'33328' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile77' 'sip-files00005thm.jpg'
708d71b0f6e3dc39acce266c5f23b642
690567389129dfe15d807f083f1894362562d34f
describe
virus check
'34783' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile78' 'sip-files00006thm.jpg'
c3f8e1a7e3e2c133662620bc1fe68ea2
e02228e1964a9add714dfaeebe5fee6192535799
describe
virus check
'33447' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile79' 'sip-files00007thm.jpg'
b7ba1ac65f10ab01d26446c8d9928e75
e2d7035a6156c1200496c6b6b4e9a8d43d547d21
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile8'
ec774a525bb681ecfb2ba85bf38c32c3
dc45e03f3acc11f595621d01b5673bf7788637c1
'2013-06-28T15:08:10-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:06:31-04:00'
virus check
'34534' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile80' 'sip-files00008thm.jpg'
5c0252498d52cc817bed226bece3d350
618e709c79c69bc7fcaab1f8557a5ecccdb86e0d
describe
virus check
'34557' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile81' 'sip-files00009thm.jpg'
2dfa19d99edf66e6a045bbf719946f04
ac01f4311652c2f6afc73340eca308449027e7a6
describe
virus check
'33369' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile82' 'sip-files00010thm.jpg'
ea1d9d5b1edcce6560015381a456afd2
869a94cb48481e87839c430713657c0ec2c3ce73
describe
virus check
'34232' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile83' 'sip-files00011thm.jpg'
33384d6c0ae1f13812411b54dbd580e2
d3ebd5e48c92fb8405721cff0c134a723ac8b693
describe
virus check
'33812' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile84' 'sip-files00012thm.jpg'
adca5d2dd7a2adfb50c617ee48eeeba0
72b852b0b681ff306bfedb816ae39ee426ce0398
describe
virus check
'9535' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile85' 'sip-files00001.txt'
ecb63b636eb175577113e4fd1477a44b
bbfdaec4bcfbb29a3af8ad9c1ab1ab4b615563bd
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5615' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile86' 'sip-files00002.txt'
1515ad5caa4171fcfcbc5a3157fab749
153c3175ffb73b4a79b14566c2761395e31588dc
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6908' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile87' 'sip-files00003.txt'
3aa75cd23542a0c44f6f847d30743cb2
4f80df998bd484ab662aec437a1254c51de2b976
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'9104' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile88' 'sip-files00004.txt'
8ecd5ab34a72edfcdc387e7347ff70f0
24a1ea2350d5d7aa7e8521993cee7798a5e79dcc
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'3321' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile89' 'sip-files00005.txt'
c81d64dd1d8c575da60b54880e05e18d
57a0b6b5e05e597c68dac99fc59777e3e4855812
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile9'
ec774a525bb681ecfb2ba85bf38c32c3
dc45e03f3acc11f595621d01b5673bf7788637c1
'2013-06-28T15:07:45-04:00'
describe
'2013-06-28T15:06:04-04:00'
virus check
'4745' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile90' 'sip-files00006.txt'
17da959574c1296d602e0fe3ee17e0e7
850b5e3056e5cfba88efc6293b972e9131f9e406
'2013-06-28T15:07:07-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8743' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile91' 'sip-files00007.txt'
5bcb927fda56fe6ffdf8fa8ec75c64a7
222781dfc40962552a039fc46446feabb2ca8eed
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'3963' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile92' 'sip-files00008.txt'
dba6b33169edc81130ef6f6f545afcc0
2b759b4419939f069c59254d85ff269b98b6efb5
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7975' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile93' 'sip-files00009.txt'
2d9231be5d42c4b01c6189691143b6d0
3127b3a0d03a4705eda994581cf71527e4aeacb9
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'3313' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile94' 'sip-files00010.txt'
067e3a4eea07955c5ff1638dff2513a8
65ae367495b862d70fbc0336e590576d6f25ef9b
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5394' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile95' 'sip-files00011.txt'
b1e76b1480ab3914e870abc3fac29240
e3c75bccb20c5e6b408496c9afc2fa501f979628
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6654' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile96' 'sip-files00012.txt'
0245c71111d2d7b4fb2b6f1524fd675a
bffa6bc9641314ea7484bdd0de046e1fdf6c6a1d
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'217153' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile97' 'sip-files00001.pro'
b1fda797053962698f97766a81eb39e6
40bbf62d0802dd7f50f6c4590ea69191021970a8
describe
virus check
'128140' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile98' 'sip-files00002.pro'
ee843592207c9ad8945c9dabf185333c
cd0846f9eba4edb416c7d3bb72a53a8be1c19cad
'2013-06-28T15:06:56-04:00'
describe
virus check
'163095' 'info:fdaEDIU0ZWDL_IMAJWQfile99' 'sip-files00003.pro'
7f517815528618e651609168bec6c53d
c257efc3f85a5613da00bf3c783868892d0b71a7
'2013-06-28T15:07:16-04:00'
describe
virus check


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