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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."

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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:
AA00015023:00068


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BERNARD DIEDERICH
EDITOR


| VOLUME, II

.PRESIDENT


THE HAITIAN


Port-au-Prince

MAGLOIRE 'S


NEW YEAR; SPEECH


ENGLISH


Haiti.


LAN GUAGE NEWSPAPER


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SUNDAY, JANUARY 6th 1952


JAMAICA BIAS: ACCUSES.

HAITIANTEAM OF ROUGH PLAY


No. 16


PERSONALITY
OF THE WEEK


His Excellency President
:Paul Magloire gave the peo-
ple of Haiti new inspiration.
and hope for the, coming
yea.._in a' nationwide radio
address on Tuesday after-
noon.
In it' he reminded the citi-
zens of our small Republic
;that in just two years time,"
they will celebrate the 150th
anniversary of Haiti's Pro-
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When we landed- at the
SPalisadoes Airport outside
of Kingston, Jamaica, on
Saturday, December 22nd,
we stepped from the" plane
and thought for a moment
we were black in Haiti. The
:airport was fringed by the
mountains and sea and KiYng
ston in many ways resem-
^ bles Port-au-Prince. Only
-the language broke the illu-
siono... a flood of English
Greeted us.


clamation of Independence.
And that during those 15Q
years ... in spite of all dif-
ficulties ... the Haitian peo-
ple have remained faithful
to the ideals that -they in-
herited from the founders of'
their nation.
The President said he felt
it was a solemn duty for the
Government of Haiti.to com-
(Continued on Page 12) .


The Jamaican capital is a
vey wonderful city filled
with modern houses and
stores. It's a pleasure to
walk on the main Boulevard
called King Street, and gaze
at the attractive window
displays. There are plenty of
theatres and cinemas ... The
Carib. the Majestic. The
Ward Theatre, the Tropical
and an open air movie. For
night clubbing, you can
(Continued on Page 7)


The 7th Haitian Jamai-
can Football Tournament
has gone down on the record
books as one drawn game
and one.game apiece for each
of the countries participat-
ing.,. But the avalanche of
verbiage it produced in the
'Kingston Press was far from
being as objective. And
there is considerable heat
under Haitian collars as a
result.


THE DEATH OF TOURISM
Taxi Drivers.

One.of the primary aims
of the Haiti Sun is to safe-
guard the growth of Haiti's
budding tourist industry.
And there now seems little
doubt that the conduct of
unscrupulous taxi drivers is
one of the .greatest menace
'to our tourist trade.,
A taxi driver is by the
nature of his job an ambas
sador of good will. But fai
tdo many of our local chauf
feurs have been an ambas
sador of bad will instead
(Continued on Page 2)
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When the first game on
December 26th ended in a
draw (2-2) at King'ton's
(Continued on gage 3)


New Year's Eve
In The Capital

If any statistician cared to
. go into such astronomical
mathematics, he could pro-
bably figure that the dance
steps taken "in the vicinity of
Port-au-Prince New Year's
eve would easily take a voy-
ager froni Haiti to the moon.
From a tour of "the night
spots it was plain to see
tiat the year 1952 was usher
ed in on a wave of. care-free
gaiety even though the
world at large is shaking its
e head in massive terror.at the
f thought of hpw 1952 might
s be ushered out.
(Conti6wed on Pave 10)


SAIEH THE -
TAILOR, SAILOR

One of the hardest-work-
ing and most colourful busi-
nessmen in Port au Prince is
Andre Saieh who has par-
layed an investment of a few
sewing machines into a tail-
or business that employs 140
persons.
When a tourist comes
across Andre's textile shop
on Rue Magasin de l'Etat, he
can choose a piece of Hai-
tian material and have if
(Continued on Page 2)


IArly Back Yard Of
The Beautiful Exposition

Port-au-Prince has reason
Sto be proud of its sparkling
front yard ... but it also has
reason to be disturbed about
the state of affairs directly
Behind it.
The row of neat white of-
f'ces bordering the Avenue
Marie-Jeanne are hiding a
deplorable situation -that is
f... or the Krakauers Haiti was the aLost Horizon, ... quiet restful isle. inhabited not only a major health
by a likeable people. They'll be back for their next vacation. Above: At the El hazard but an offense to the
Rancho being entertained by their host, Albert ilvera are the Krakauers: Kathleen eyes and nose.
,J'ndsor who wrote ,Forever Amber,, and her lawyer husband. (Story Page 12) (Continued on Page 12)
. ..


Somewhere between the
city of 'Jacmel and its palmi-
fringed beach stands a little
white caille, its ornate gate
posts covered wi'h reliki6us
figures- and its walls with
colourful Haitian.designs. 4
tiny sign proclaims it thd
(,Centre d'Art of Jacmel-.

If you stop your car and
step inside for a visit, you'
will be greeted by a shy,
soft-voiced young man witli
a beard who introduces him**
self as N. Pr6fete Dufaut.
It's a name now being recog-
nized in art capitals on both
sides of the Atlantic. His
primitives have h6ing in their
plush art galleries of New .
York, Paris and Mexico
City. Yet the, 29-year-old
painter stays on his tin,
strip of land, raising vege.
tables, chickens, goats and
pigs to eke our a living fot
himself and his growing
family. Dufaut, like many
an illustrious artist before
him, find it wiser, to have a
'secondary means of income
than to depend entirely up.
on the prompt sale of h a
,masterpieces.,, ,
His deep attachment toi
the land comes naturally.
His mother raised produce
for the market while his fa-
ther worked as a carpenter
in and around Jacmel. But!
like most parents of humble
origin they hoped to givd
their son a good str irft
(Continued on Page -0


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EIGHT DAYS IN JAMAICA

/ By
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Page 2


SHIEH THE -
TAILOR, SAILOR
(Continued from Page 1)

transformed into a snazzy
skirt on the spot. This
make-it-while-you-wait ser
vice has the visitor's eyes
popping. Even .in the gar-
ment center of America,
New York, its unheard of to
order a custom-made shirt
and have it ready to put on
your back in two hours at
the latest.
Andre Saieh's up-and-comn
ing tailor business seems to
have as much unrepressed
energy as he does. And it's
mighty good for the tourist
trade. In addition it pro-
-vides many Haitians not
only with the" opportunity to
earn a weekly pay check
but also to learn a worth-
"while trade.
Andre talked over the li-
-cal labour I problem as he


... for Andre Saieh, the tailor
is the shortest possible time -
Jowest possible cost.,


sat in his new air-condition-
ed office, his tattooed fore-
arms proper on his deck, a
reminder of his old days at
sea.
*wHaiti needs to utilize its
idlq workers,, he said< ,by
making more items for local
and export trade., He went
on to express the belief that
one of the country's most
pressing needs is good cloth-
ing made to sell at reason-
able prices. He added that
"he would not only like to
build up a local clothing in-
tdustry but make the cloth to
go into he clothing as well.
'However, his ambition will
'have to wait until Andre
finds the capital to invest in
'such an enterprise.
-One of hisl present special


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ties is the making of blue
jeans (or dungarees) which
many of our young hBri-
seurs, are adopting as their
favorite wearing apparel,
following in the footsteps of
the teen-age set Stateside.
Andre's pretty blonde wife
Myrtle is his enthusiastic as-
sistant in carrying out his
ambitious plans. to help
build an essential industry iu
Haiti. And .its plain to see
where Andre got his energy
and initiative.
H is mother. Madame
Saieh is one of the most ac-
tive women in the Republic
who always has one hand
ready to help a friend.
When the Saieh's are not
busy providing Haiti with a
wardrobe unhampered by
import taxes, they are out on
the briny deep aboard their
yacht the cMyrtle Ruthn.
We wish both the, Saieh
yacht and the Saieh tailoring


THE DEATH OF TOURISM
Taxi Drivers
(Continued from Page 1)

They are often the first Hai-
tians to greet a J.isitor once
they have passed through cus
toms at the dock or airport.
The impression the visitor
gets of them, is the first im-
pression the visitor gets of
Haiti. And there is an adagel
which says first impressions
are often the lasting "ones.
When a taxi driver flag-1
rantly over-charges and pulls
all sorts of manoeuvers to
get the tourist into his car,
he is all too often branding
Haiti as a greedy v4id avari-I
cious tourist Utrap, in thel
minds of his victims. NoA
amount of later courtesies!
can completely offset such al
point of view.
Therefore the Haiti SunI
suggests that Rate Cards be
issued to'the taxi drivers forl
placement in a prominent(
soot on their windshields.1
We also suggest that a com-1
oulsory cCourtesy Course',)
be given at t.he beginning off
each tourist season to theft
chauffeurs who depend up-I
on the tourists for a great
share of their income. It isi
to their direct interest, iff
not their patriotism, that
Haiti's tourist trade be in-i
creased.
.' -
We also invite our read-1
ers to send in their sugges-
tions on solving this peren-
nial problem ... along with
justified complaints of vic-
tims of unscrupulous Port-
au-Prince highwaymen,
As in every group, "the


, sailor, it's clothing made \ many are often madeto suf-
good clothing at the i fer for the few. Every day
there are incidents of ,taxi
drivers who not only fulfil
mooch sailing for the corn- their functions well but ac-
ng year. tually go beyond the call of


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as true Amibassadors of Good
Will.
.... ..-......... ............ ................
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from school in Kingston, Ja-
maica, to spend the holidays
with her family and friends.


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Ambassador of France to-!
Haiti Mr. Ludovic Chancel:.
flew to Paris Thursday. Mr.
Chancel, Mr. Lando, and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nadal
were at Bowen Field to see I
the Ambassador off. 4

Jean Wiener owner ofj
aElectran shop left on a busi '
.ness trip to the States Thurs- .
day.
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 6th 1952

i- JAMAICA BIAS : ACCUSE S HATTI OF DIRTY PLAY
(Continued from Page 1)
"k.
SSabina Bark, The Daily Glea they had infringed for the
m:er sports writer was very kick.
allant in sneaking of the


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-visitors. Said reporter Baz
F reckleton: CTo the Haitians


Must go full credit for any
creative ball play which
" -marked their international
, soccer draw with Jamaica,
'but the Jamaicans can find
some consolation in the mag
nificent display of their
Sweeper, Ronnie Cooper."

The Kingston writer went
-on to report that during the
first half the Haitians gra-
dually took control of the
Same and dictated the run
of play. He complimented
i the brilliance of the wing
-, forwards Jacques and Vieux
V for marvellous ball con-
S-trol,. In the second half,
Treckleton reported, Haiti
| completely dominated play
-and continued 'to give a fine
Sexhibition of constructive
-movement.

But the Jamaica newspa-
-per withdrew its compli-
1 ments abruptly the follow-
ing day when the. visitors
.: nosed out a one to nothing
victory. Kingston readers
found the following head-
fline on their sports page:
aHAITI LEADS IN SOC-
CER SERIES AFTER
ROUGH DISPLAY.; The
Daily Gleaner story started
by saying "The crowd at Sa-
bina Park must have been
very surprised at the dis-
gusting display by the vis-
| iting players who kept re-
" feree Rupert MicAnuff and
sI linesmen Bunny Barber and
SCyr"il taylor busy through-
.' out the match.

In a game which produc-
Sed hardly any worthwhile
:- movements, but a lqt of dir-
ty and rough play, the Hai-
rtians. nosed out Jamaica
p1--0." -
Further down in the story,
the Kingston reporter gave
-a list of the visitor's sinss."
SThe behaviour of the Hai-
tians was all the more sur-
Spising because it was the
first time they were mak-
.ing such a showing. They
j disputed the referee's deci-
sions, they tripped and fo5ul-
i d their opponents and
.kicked away the ball when it
-was placed at the spot where


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first whistle the Haitians
settled down to their deli.
cate and methodical mid-
field work which provided
a fluent feeder line for their
forwards., In the account
of the second half the King-
ston paper reported, aHaiti
was still playing the better
game ... quicker on the ball
and showing more planning
in its moves."


"The match lacked inter
national patten and any
thing like constructive soc
cer. I believe that the Hai
tians when they returned tc
their hotel and reflected on
the brand of sportsmanship
they put on show must have
felt it was a distasteful ex-
hibition.,,

The Gleaner sports writ-
er does try to soften his
diatribe with the following:
-A contributory factor to the
trouble was that the Hai-
tians are unfamiliar with
the new obstruction rule.
Then an early injury to their
right half, who was out of
the game for about 10 min-
utes appeared to have up-
set them."

'The above seems to be a
masterpiece of, understate-
ment. Thevenin was kicked
in the head so'severely he
had to have seven stitches
taken over his right eye.
The-Jamaicans refused to al-
low a substitute to take the
injured Haitian's place and
our team was forced to play
short-manned until Theve-
nin returned to the field in-
jury and all.

William MacIntosh, the
secretary of the Haitian
Football Federation, h as
heatedly denied there was
;foul play on the side of our
steam. He told the Sun: (Re-
portage of ths .game was
very very biased. As a mat-
ter of fact the Jamaican side
could be guilty of the -rough
display, they attributed to
us. And be pointed to the
Thevenin incident as proof.
'aWe played Jamaican rules,
Macintosh added significant
ly, "and I'm afraid the Ja-
'maicans were bad losers.,
The Sunday Gleaner took
a mollified attitude towards
the Haitian visitors when
the Jamaican home team
eked out a 2-1 victory in
the final match of the series.
It reported: "Some of Ja-
maica's lost glory in inter-
national soccer was reclaim-
ed yesterday when her re-
vampbed representative XI
.eclipsed Haiti's precision ball
play.- It added, aFrom the


To be married January
29th are Yanne Voigt and
Dadou Sendral.
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Marie Therese Duvivicr
- flew to Mexico to join her
. father Thursday. A large
Crowd of relatives and
Friends were at the airport ,
to jbid her babon voyage."
"^


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It seems to us the press
guardian of Jamaica's glory
might have been a bit more
concerned with his own
sportsmanship t h a n t h e
sportsmanship of the visit-
ing players. The prejudiced
account of the second game
contrasts sharply' with the
handful of compliments he W esti
sprays so generously through
his other stories. And it See it at BOUCARBD
teems to us that a team .
which is "delicate, metho-
dical and full of precision"
in one match should sudden-
My turn into a bunch of dis-
orzanized roughnecks in the :X
other. Perhaps the Daily
Gleaner should look a bit .
to its own tarnished glory U r
and re-read a few of the ba-
sic rules of reporting in the "
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AMIAMI BY SEA
Here is a timely note for
persons wshling to gp to
Miami in ease, congrt ...
have a little fun ... without
a luggage problem ... all at
a reasonable cost. The S. S.
Nuevo Dominicano sails di-
rect to Miami Monday even-
ing the 14th January.
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SAFETY.SLOGAN,
No*r is the time to plan
for a Happy New Year.
The Traffic Department
points out that many pe6-
pie in Hiati were injured in
automobile accidents this
year many seriously en-
ough to cripple them for
life. Make this a Happy
New Year. by driving your
car with patience ... keep an
eye on the taxis, camion-
ettes and camions. Take it
easy behind the wheel.


Madame Magloire '
Distributes Toys To
Children Of Enlisted Mew
At,. 10 this morning the
First Lidy of" the Republic
Madame Paul E. Magloire
will visit the city Police sta-
tion and distribute toys and
other gifts to the children of
the enlisted men of the 4th
S and 30th Companies attach-
ed to the Police Department.
-:0:--
The 'Motor Cycle
And The Renault

An accident that stirred
the residents of Turgeau
"I hursday evening at 6 p-m.
involved a miraclous es-
cape for two young boys
hiding a Czech btfilt motor
cycle and a Renault driven
by La Belle Creole Account-
ant Jules Boisgris.
The Renault proceeding
up the Turgeau road trun-
ed to the left to cross the
highway and enter a private
driveway. In the center of
the road, a motor cycle corn
S ig from the opposite direc-
tion bit the Renault at a
good' pace in the right rear
doo,- cutting it open like a
sardine can. The two boys
Ti Robert Deslandes and Ti
Blain 'were thrown over the
Renault, the front end of the
motor cvcle turned into a
twisted knot. The bleeding
* 'boys were transported to the
S hospital where today 'hey
are recovering from con-
, cussion. bruises, cuts and sev
S eral fractures. An hour was
" spent hunting up the cJus-


;ice of the Peace, and all th
usual formalities were con
formed with.


Cargo Rates Between
Haiti Jnd The U. S.
Acute Rise In Freighter
Officials of navigation
lines serving Haiti recently
held an important confer-
ence in New York during
which an acute increase in
freighter rates levied on ear-
go going to and from the
United States and Haiti. The
increase went into effect De-
cember 24th.
The 15 to 20 pcr cent
boost affects the principal
exports of Haiti and a series,
of articles not yet announc-
ed.
For instance the cargo
rate of green coffee has been
boosted from 19 to ,21 dol-
lars a ton. The rate for roast
ed coffee has gone up from
22 to 24 dollars a ton, and
-cocoa has had the same in-
crease
The boost will also affect
the export of handbags, bas-
kets, beeswax, as well as Hai,
tian manufactured products
such as furniture, and ma-
hogany articles, rugs, oils,
limes, oranges, sisal articles,
raw sisal, goat-skins, orange
blossom extracts, guaiacum
wood, scrap iron,, leather,
lead, zinc, personal effects
and household articles.
It is readily understood
that the boost in freight
rates will have a tremendous
effect- on the Haitain export
trade. The price of Haitian
products such as coffee and
sisial will be increased on
the American market be-
cause of the rise ip freight
rates, but there will be no
rise in the profits of the Hai-
tian exporters. Rather it
means that they will find if
harder to sell their products
at an attractive price range
on hde highly competitive
American market.
Such a situation calls for
the immediate intervention
of the government in order
to offer more effective pro-
tection to our exporters even
to the point of cutting the
tax on certain products to
pe'mrit them to meet the
price competition on the
world markets where we
sell 80 per cent of our na-
tional products.
(Transtaled from La

Phalange.)
(We feel it is necessary to


-HAITI SUND SUNDAY, JAf tUARY 6th 1952


point out that freighter com-
panies, too, have obvious
reasons for their boost in
cargo rates. They point to
) the jump in operation costs
since the beginning of the
Korean war and the increase
in cost of labor due to the
wage boosts received by
e dock workers, etc.)
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The Presidential Job
By No Means Easy


A famous Washington .T.'' M
Correspondent once wrote a "'
book showing that the Pre- ,
sidential job in the United MAYFLOWER cake
States is a killing job ... al- a
most literally. He pointed mixes are the only
out that the daily schedule. -
of the man irn the White mixes that ra really
House has sent more than
one Chief Executive to his f|l|| nrOn .rd
bed in a state of coUapse. '""J PlPa .* -
We agree that the ob f even the iing is included in every

a taxing one indeed. But And now, with the new tin gat packing, Mayflower Mixes .
we'd like to send that Wash- 'reach you at the peak of freshness. /
ington Correspondent a sche -
dule of the Haitian Chief of Mayflower Contains all the Milk'and all the Egg'~ .an
State during the month of Icing, too. Golden Cake and Chocolate Icing; Devil'
December to show what da F I_ s
December to show what a Food and Vanilla lingn&White Cake and Chocolate I
truly robust president is -______ __.___-
equal to. Then we'd like to Agents Fronlif S.A.
challenge him to find any Phone 2694
one anywhere that could go
through such a schedule yOU Hveunder t shadow
with more vim, vigour nd Do you liveunder t shadow
enjoyment than His Excel- 4
lency President Magloire. Of MALARIA?


We were particularly im-
pressed by the presidential
stamina on December 31st,
when His Excellency stood
in the grand diplomatic sa-
lon of the National Palace
flanked by his cabinet and
shook the hands of thou-
sands of government, mili-
tary, civic and diplomatic
visitors who came to wish
him a happy new year.

From 9.30 in the morning
till past noon, the President
received a steady stream of
wveH-wishers and for each.
9e*rsoh he hAd a hearty greet-
ing.
It was a colourful event,
with the Palace Guards in
dress parade, the military
band playing Haitian airs
and the comitig and going of
official limousines. The her- .
aklding, We hope, of a prW-
gressive a9d happy year for
the Republic of Haiti.


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to contain,
but family
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long stints
ing vessels
used to lo
cil and
more ela
?ocks alone
yen to be
with the
continued
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Prince. B
he paid a
that he goi
his yen i
- painted a
church ol
"Lourdes.

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mel to sett
land. Pr6
long hpurs
polin pail
cardboard
presented
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cate star o
D young ma
P knocked or
produced h
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PERSONALITY OF THE WEEK
(Continued from, Front Page)

y sent young PBr-, that was bought by an Ame-
:he Catholic Bro- rican for 30 dollars. It was
ool in Jacnmel for as much money as he could
- He was anxious get in months of hard labour
ue his education on the land, and Pr6fete de-
y finances prevent- cided that painting was
the age of 12, he something worth sticking to.
for the town of He brought more pictures to
) learn the ship 'the Centre d'Art. Some of
rade. In between them were sold. Then he be-
of labour on fish- gan his most famous project
s, young Prefete ... painting the huge mural
)ve to take a pen- of the Last Judgment at the
draw designs for Episcopal Cathedral. It is
borate boats on an impressive interpretation
g the shore. The derivative of the Haitian
e an artist stayed culture. A procession of
growing ladas he the dead are winding up a
his apprenticeship curving mountain road
ne and Poft-au- which could be found any-
3ut it wasn't until where in our small Republic.
visit to La Gonave Religious themes are favo-
t the chance to put rites of Dufaut along with
into practice. He patriotic motifs. Like most
tabernacle at the tprimitives his work is liter-
f Notre Dame de al with a lack of perspective.
But the colours' he uses are
clean and pure, his designs
returned to Jac- expressing the' accumulated
le on his mother's richness of centuries of reli-
fete spent many Pious ceremonial and folk-
with cans of Sa- lore.
nting on walls, .
or anything that Dufaut used his beloved
a smooth surface. hometown for inspiration
i 1946, a strange for a number of his works.
spotted the intri- On the wall of his caille is
n the wall of the a framed certificate showing
an's caille and thar..the art judges at, the
n the door. He in- Exposition has awarded him
himself as William a bronze medal for the paint
d to see Pr6fete's ing entitled ,View of Jac-
tings and then sug mel,. Also op the wall of
he take them to his small living quarters are
enter in -Port-au- many of his .earlier works,
r6fete trudged in- ranging from a meticulous
lio of Dewitt Pe- pen and ink sketch of a large
the fruit' of his sailing ship to an oil of a
art efforts under white Venus lying on a
Peters took a care- couch, the beauty of her
and then offered 'curves outlined by the glare
g Jacmel painter of an unshaded electric bulb.
nd the encourage- Nearby was a pin-up print
eeded to continue of Grant Wood, the rolling


Even though
landscapes of
Haitian artist.


the iafluen-
the young


ces of the outside world has
now reached Dufaut, he is
still content with his sim-
ple life, his few carreaus of
land and most of all his grow
ing family. He has been mar
ried four years to the girl he.
fell in love with when a
child in Jacmel. And now
he is the proud father of
three sons, the youngest only
a few weeks old.

'As your reporter sipped a
demi-tasse of the young
painter's delicious coffee and
observed his courtesy, dig-
nity and pride of his host he
was somehow glad that De.
faut had chosen to remain a
part of the people from
which he had sprung. Sim-
plicity has often been called
the keynote so greatness.


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Pa 7


Sr.hoose the Colony where
Eric Dean's Orchestra plays
Haitian music every even-
ing, or the Sugar Hill or the
Buccaneer. The Jamaicans
themselves are very hospit-
able people. From our arri-
val- to our departure we re-
,ceived a flood 'of invitations
to Kingston homes.
Christmas in Jamaica does
not look like Christmas in
Haiti. In the afternoon of
December 24th the holiday
festivities opened with a
gala Madri-Gras parade on
'King Street. The Jamai-
cans call the revel John
Canoe-. They danced in the
streets, joke with everyone
and make pantomines of
the Cglypsoes they sing. Old'
-and voune wore bright-col-
oured paner hats carrying
the names of hit songs such
as "Because of Youn "Too
Young,- etc. We felt very
luckv to see the cTohtn
Canoe,, since we were told
ir had been the first time
the Tama;cans stayed their
traditional Christmas Eve
festivity since the days of
Wor! War II.
The holiday setting, was
further augmented by a for-
S, est of Christmas trees. usu-
i -ally painted; -white and set
Suot on the verandas of homcs
or outdoor gardens. The
'Tamaicans have a special
name for the day after
Christmas ... it's called Box-
ing Day. When I asked for
an explanation, I was told
ti1at the holiday was created
in Brish Colonies because
everybody hdd so indulged
-in Christmas spirits that
. they were in no mood to go


to work, and would fight
in the streets. But the re-
porter for the Gleanern
gave me an other explana-
tion. "December 26th is call-
ed Boxing Day,, he said,
anot because of fisticuffs bnut
because of an ancient custom
of putting charity boxes in
churches on Christmas to
gather funds which were
distributed to the poor the
day following.,n

As aBoxing Days is a
holiday there was a huge
airport crowd waiting to
greet the Haitian Football
delegation which were sche-
duled to arrive at 10 a.m.
The members of the Jamai-
can Football Association,
headed by Mr. G. M. Da-
Costa, were on hand, as well
as the Haitian Consul, Mr.
St. Cyr. and' Mr. Bunny
Evans. the honorary consul.
In addition practically every
Haitian in Kingston were
present together with re.
representatives of the Jamai-
can Press. As time went
by and no plane from
Port-au-Prince arrived, Bun-
ny Evans called Haiti and
learned that the air force.
plane loaded with football
players would not leave un-
til 1 o'clock in the afternoon.
The team arrived in King-
ston just in time to change
into their uniforms and
head for Sabina Park where
the first game got underway
at 4.30 p.m.
Our teams gave a won-
derful exhibition of football
and showed that their tech-
nique is the best. Although
the first game was a draw


0


Eight Days In Jamaica
(Continued from Page 1)


.(2-2), we can consider it
as a victory for Haiti by the
fact that the boys hadn't
eaten anything all day and
were very tired. Jamaicans
commented, aThe Haitians
play better football than we
do, very clean and neat.,-
S"'On Thursday, the 27th,
our boys were in better form
for the second game of the
Tournament and were sure
they were going to win. But
the Jamaicans started to play
roughly add at the fourth
minute of play Thevenrin
had. tq be taken off the field
with a bad cut over the right
eye (later seven stitches had
to be taken to close the
wound). But, he returned
to the field to finish the
eame as the star player.
Guillaume of Haiti scored
the first and only goal of
the day, receiving a long
shot from Jacques. Bdth
teams' played very rough but
as I said in the above para-
graph the Jamaicans started
it so our boys had to do it
too. /
At 7.30 Thursday evening
Mr. Dadlani held a party for
the Haitian team at his
home. It was a wonderful
party and the Dadlanis ask-
ed Bunny Evans to serve as
their interpreter in giving a
message of welcome. Mr.
Evans said, "Our host and
hostess want me to tell you
how happy they are to have
you here tonight. They
thank you and ask you to
consider their home as.your
home. You know better
than myself. that the Dad-
lanis have chosen Haiti as
their second nation. As Ja-
maicans they welcome ;you
in Jamaica and as Haitians
they hope that you win the
tournament., Mr. Evans end
ed his speech in saying, T I"
also am at heart a Haitian
and I join with the Dadlani
family in wishing you vic-
tory. Yesterday, in spite of
difficult conditions, you play
ed a wonderful match. To-
day you won and with God's
help you will win Satur-
day- *
Lieutenant. Pasquet, pre-
sident of the Haitian Foot-
ball Association, thanked
the well-wishers. The Hai-
tian Consul, Mr. St. Cyr and
Mr. Dadlani also said a few
words. The evening was
climaxed by the singing of
Haitian folk gongs and Lai
Dessalinienne" by the Hai-
tians present. Then the par-
ry adjourned to the Colonv


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t Club where Eric Dean's band
Splayed only Haitian music
in our honour.
Friday a garden party
was held at the home of the
Haitian Consul and Mrs.
Raynold St. Cyr. A truly
Haitian affair, there was
plenty of food and enough
drinks to please everybody.
Mr. and Mrs. DaCosta as
well as some of the members
of the Jamaican Football
Association were also pre.
sent. The photographers of
the Daily Gleaner took pic-
tures of the event which was
again climaxed by the,sing-'
ing of Haitian folk music.
Friday evening Mr. DaCosta
served drinks at his home to
Lieutenant Alex Pasquet, pre
sident of the Haitian Foot-
-ball Association, Mr. Ge-
rard-Raoul Rouzier, pre'si-'
dent of the Haitian team in
Jamaica, and Mr. Etzer Ra-
cine,'member of the team. '
Saturday we returned to
Sabina Park for the last
aame of the tournament.
We lost that game 2-1.,
We arrived at the field short
Iv after five o'clock thouglp
the game was to .start at 4.30
(the cars sent for. our usc
were a- half-hour late. The
Haitian team lead at the be-
ginning but the umpire and.
the two backs did .not give
us a chance to score. Sud-
denly the game changed and
it was our turn to be in dan-
ger.. But our goalie, backs
and centers prevented" the
opposition from scoring. Un-
fortunately a foul had been"
registered and the referee
penalized the Haitian team.
Smith shot and scored for
the Jamaicans making, the
score one to. nothing. A few
minutes later Guillaume
gave Haiti its chance to tie
the point at one-all. Jacques

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too made a goal but the re-.
feree ruled it out and the
game was still 1-1 wheu
time was called. When the
players returned to the field
the Haitians were in th lead
for most of the final period,
except for a few minutes
when Miret of Jamaica saw
his chance to make a sec-
ond goal.
The tournament ended
with a draw for the first
game (2-2), a Haitian vic-
tory for the second game
(1-0) and a Jamaican vic-
tory for the third game
(2-1).
The final party given for
,the visiting Haitians was
naturally held at the home
of the Honorary Consul, Mr.
Bunny Evans. He said
-Come and hbae a drinks,
but when we arrived we
found a real ball with
Calypso orchestra and lota
of good things to .eat atd
drink. As Mr. Evans has d'
large Haitian record collec-
tion, our music was played
too. Everybody knows what
a good 'friend Haiti' hai in
Mr. Evans and his party liv-
ed up to his reputation ...
lastine until 3.30 a.m. Mr.
DaCosta and Lieutenant Pas-
aoet made brief speeches
and Mr. Eyans thanked us
for "om;ng to his home and
making him feel he was -
back in his beloved Haiti.
Sunday morning was time
mn say ,Auld Lang Synew to
ir Tama;can friends. ThOe
-rairian team left Kingston
l'v thp armv plane and its
i,,rno-ters flew back to Port-
-..-Pr;nce via PAA irr the af-
ternoon. r.
Eieht days were too short.
T rcn't cav more about I ing.
'e*' .than the following:
"Thank you for everything.
I'll be back soon.*

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As your reporters was
I putting the last issue of the
Haiti Sun on the presses on
| Saturday December 29th, the
: annual Palace Garden Party
was in full swing. And this
K-week we'd like to pass along
Belatedly the adjective used
to describe it, aMAGNIFI-
IQUE !n
| More than a thousand
|.members of the Haitian and
1; diplomatic ,Haute Monde,,
i sauntered among the gaily
decorated tables loaded with
I, delicacies. The President and
the First Lady had a gracious
t word for every one as they
t.strolled from group to
I group.
It was a distinguished and
,picturesque party ... a fft-
11ting highlight for the holi-
day social season.

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i They has a swell time ...
and how it's back to the ri-
gqrous life of career women
at .-an American College.
Miss Marie Jose Jeanty and
her school chum Norma Sa-
varez are returning to Col-
K&ege in Terry Town, New
1 York, this week-end.
--0:-
pr Ronald Madson flew to
8V New York yesterday. .,
-:0:-
.; Josiane and Reginald De
Matteis return to their stu-
dies in Washington this
)' week-end. Sad at the thought
... the meringue and the
-mambo don't mean the same
-in D.C.
-:0:-
Roger fhe Lodger is,
watching every penny ...
.counting over his savings
nightly ... his reason for do-
:.i|g so is sound enough. Mr.
settlel e hopes in the ;rery Hear
f future to be off tQ Bonny
..Scotland to visit his wife,
Meet his new son Roger Ju-

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nior, and say hello to his
daughter Lesley. They are at
present vacationing witli
relatives in Glasgow town.
-:0:-
With the flame of their
old (alma mater" burning
brightly within but with
leaden hearts at the thought
of swapping climates and
bidding goodbye to a certain
.friend ... Yves Gardere left
for Canada to further his
studies at McGill University
Saturday afternoon' accom-
panied by Jean Claude Na-
dal who is returning to hisi
studies at Brebeuf College in
Montreal.


Marqueta Diederich of
Wellington, New Zealand,
the editor's sister, is engaged
to marry prominent young
Australian cricket player and
physician Dr. Geoffrey.Rob-
ertson.
-:0:-
On a fortnight vacation
here and staying at the Ri-
vera Hotel are Mr. and Mrs.
James Edgar of Grosse
Pointe, Michigan. James Ed-
gar, a sugar broker whose
family own and operate one
of the largest sugap broker-
age companies in the U. S.,
with his fine entertaining
personality and charming
wife Ann have been royally
dining and wining their new
made friends ,during their
bitay. New Year's afternoon
' vour reporter noticed Lord
Bermingham drive up in his
grey Cadillac and pop in to
tea with the Edgars. Mr.
Edgar's keen knowledge c.t
the French language has
made Haiti more of a sec-
ond home than just a visit
to a Caribbean Island.
-:0:-


-:0:- Lorraine Dora celebrated
This week-end nine visi- .her birthday with a dinner
tors took up residence at the party at the Picardie in Pe-
Oloffson Hotel here ... they tionville last evening.
"" .tinvile lst eenig.


are visitors with a different
view on how to really enjoy
a vacation. With wel 1 On
known local hunter guide Henri
Maurice DP Young in the, Miam
lead the visitors, hunters, week
big shots from Chicago, are will I
off on 3 weeks hunting in imprc
the mountains, plains, on ery.
the lakes ... in the jungles of.
our happy hunting' ground. Th,
-:0.,-- Mr.
Well ... if you happen to Flaml
be a little in the fog regard- a dau
ing what season this is take Flaml
a look at this week's rumour sette
column ... (regarding the
following if you have to Em
shoot, shoot straight ... no the cl
nasty wounds). large
ly ov(
Engaged ... his 2
Fritz Graeger aid Ghws- bined
laine.Merove Perke; fete
Lo Auguste and Hilda ,,four
Canez; "tone
Ti Lou Bellande and Mi-
cfiie. Batugssd; 'Th
SJathy Audguste and Mon?-. ding
que Dreyfuss: shake
Dilia Wolff and Eugene Esso
Kenol hold
... stop before being con- P
demned to the torture cham-
ber. Mr
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Marlene Wankum return- YOrk
ed to school in Virginia this tion.
wdtk-end a f ter holidays tesid<
with Pa up on the farm. artist


-:0:-
the 2nd Mr. and Mrs.
Deschamp flew to
i as tourists for a
of 'leisure. The boss
keep an eye open for
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and Mrs, Raymond
bert were blessed with
fighter ... 7 lbs. Mrs.
bert is the former Jo-
Dejean.
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ile, Indonie, you know
hap with the rather
nose ... went complete
erboard in celebrating
7th birthday. He com-
the holidays with hiis
,.. and specialized in
nee des Grands Dticst,
t al kole!
-:0:-
e man *ith the win-
smile and hearty hand-
* Mike Carlo of the
Company, divided his
ays between C. T. and
P.
-:0:-
r. and Mrs. Anjel Bar-
re down from New
for three months vaca-
They have taken up
ence at Thor ... and for
Barros it's all work.


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Another Esso big shot vis-
iting Haiti over the holidays
with his wife, daughter and
son was Mr. G. H. Freyer-
muth.
-:0:-
The Armando Castro Puer
to Rican orchestra that has
thrilled dancers at Chou-
coune these past weeks with
such favorites as aCuracaon,
,Ting a ling a lunga- are
off to New York this week
... a fat contract awaits them
at the (Palladium) the cen-
ter of Mambo land in New
York.
-:0:-
Faustino Llaneza agent 'f
Central Agency Ltd. ... all
English thread imported into
Haiti and the Dominican Re-
public is his business ...
dropped into Port from C.
T. this Week on one of his
frequent visits.
-:0:-
Little white headed Bro-
ther Yves Joseph. General
Director of the Brothers of
Christian Instruction, fami-
lar figure will soon be miss-
ed hereabouts. Wednesday
he is flying to New York,
Paris, and then on by siall
channel steamer to the Isle
of Jersey where the Order of
Brothers of Christian In-
struction have their Semin-
ary.





Diplomatic ties between
Peru and Haiti strengthened
... two Peruvians born here!
Born ten hours before the
end of 1951 was 6 pounds 4
ounce Senorita Maria Fer-
nanda Correa Brown, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Correa.
Mr. Correa is the Peruvian
Minister to Haiti, and Maria
is their third daughter.
Born November the 1st
was Jaime Enrique Sara-
via Jn., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Saravia. Mr. Savaria
is Secretary of the Peruvian
Legation here and Jaime
Junior is their first child.
-:0:-
News Flash! Duke Ber-
mibtgham arrived here Janu-
ary 4th. On hand to wel-
come him were his father
Henry and friends. Both son
and mother are in the best
of health.
-:0:-
* aSomething happened
Something really grand
There's a new arrival
Here, from Babyland
Name: Jacques Bonnefil.
Arrived: Tanuary 2nd 1952.
Weight: 6 lbs. 12 ozs.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bon-
nefil.
(Jacques is their fifth child
and the stork. a familiar vi.
sitor to the Bonnefil 'hom(
arrived early in the after.
noon of the "Heros Day.")


Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Brown
and daughter Barrett, diof-
ped over from Cuidad Thi-
jillo to spend New Year's
day and the 2nd here at the
Ibo Lele. Mr. Brown is the
Esso Company manager for
the Caribbean area with his
headquarters in the Domini-
can Republic.

-:0:-
Mr. Clarence Moody i4
back 'in town this week-end
after the holidays in Miaml
with his family.


In
the
were
Bolte.


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vown from Jacmel. for
holiday bamboching
Mr. ,and Mrs. Max


-:0:--
Mr. and Mrs. Andre Rou-
zier here on a vacation from
sunny California* are visit-
inp the Citadelle this week-
end. Andre is getting bags
of pleasure out of showng-"i
his Californian born. e -f
the sights ... and frorn all
accounts she is certainly,en--
joying it.
-:0:- '
Shortly to marry a "SwisI
Miss in Lausanne isDr. Panl .
Chenet our Gerant Respon-
sable's elder brother. He has
been away'from these shores
studying medicine for the
last five years.
-:0:-
Hubert Etheart has news
... he's not disclosing.,
-:0:-
Sorry. readers, a burglai
disturbed T. J. and his col-
umn this week. The robbed
climaxed the holidays for old
Grant By snicking into the
house and -swiping 250 dol-
lars in change.- The detail
work that followed this un-
fortunate incident kept hinM
busy up till press time.

-:0:-
There was something miss
ing over the holidays
Cape Haitien was poorly re-
presented in the bamboching
here in Port. Ti Maurice
was conspicuous by his ab-
sence ... slowing. down to
take up life of the wedded
ones!

The mascot of the Fourth
Company at Police Head-
quarters this week is the
new son of Company Com-
mander Lieut .and Mrs. Du-
gas Desir. As no name-has
been decided on ... here's
one Lieut., call him ,Gene-
raln Desir he'll have no tron
ble in obtaining reservations
in the future.
-:0:-
The big Xmas gift in the
Felix Deiean household wWa
a beautiful 8 pound bibj
o-rrl named uCarol.- Her
two elder brothers and fA&
and Pa were well satisfied.
-:0:-


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New Year's Eve
In The Capital
(Continued from Page 1)
If shadows of doom hung
heavily over the infant new
year, he did not bring tlhe
to Haiti. From the lofty din.
ing room of Le Perchoir tc
the sea-side band shell of the
Casino International there
wafted the strains of gay
Haitian meringues. Billow.
ing evening dresses filled
the dance floors with a rain
bow of colours accented by
the white dinner jackets ol
the men.
At the new Le Perchoir
the French chef outdid him-
self in turning out gourmet
delicacies. At the Ibo Leli
close to 100 persons dined
on the lobster, turkey anm
'the traditional Americar
cranberry sauce topped b
Andre Roosevelt's very spe
cial rum take. The bar was
crowded with people wh(
were unable to reserve plac
es for dinner but hopes tc
get hI on-the dance.
The Picardie too offered a
sumptuous and well-attend.
' ed repast as did the new Ex-
ppsition night spot ,Pigall,,
where a orchestra tempered
with french flavor of the
cuisine- with the Haitian
flavor of the tambours.
The Bellevue. Club held
its cold buffet dinner after
midnight and was filled to
overflowing with the creme
of the elite.' Dancers final-
ly headed for their cars at 6
a.m.! stepping over cham-
pagne corks.
It was five a.m. when the
exhaustedd musicians at the
'Cabane Choucoune packed
-up their instruments after-
one of the most roof-raising
nights in the history of that
thatched-topped institution.
The President, his official
party and close to a thousand
gay dancers, swung around
to the theme 6#:r tTing a lin
a lungan and' WMe Diable
la.- It was dtnfortunate
that the Choucoune is not
equipped with expandable
walls. Many parties had .to
be turned away for lack of
1-oom.
The Casino ... with, its
open-air dance-floor proved
a bit more equal to taking
care of the overflow. The
-rows of tables fanned out-
ward so far that the band
shell began to take on the
perspective of the Holly-
wood Bowl.
If any member of Port-
au-Prince. society wasn't
dancing on New Year's Eve
"he must have been bed-rid-
,den or over ninety. The ycar
1952 was saluted with a born
1bardment o f champagne
corks. Let's. hope that the
world will be content to use
dte same merry-making wea
"fw.s to give it an appropri-
a'm Iwewell.


-- BEACHCOMBER
(Continued)

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Spycr
r were given a royal Dutch
send off Thursday by mem-
. bers of the Dutch colony
here, when they boarded the
e Northbound plane heading
e for hteir new home, the
U.S.A. Dick Spyer was long
. associated with the copper
I mine up in Grande Rivere
. du Nord,"and when it even-
tually folded up, he looked
f to America and decided to
tap the gold mines of Man-


hattan. The Dutch couple
made many friends here dur-
ing their sejour and will cer
tainly be missed.
-:0:-
After vacationing in hcr
homeland for half of 1951
Mrs.-Ina Mitchell Kairis re.
York City and her husband.
turned Saturday to New
-:0:-
Off on a New Yor& vaca-
tion are Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Picoulet.
Mr. and Mrs. Gunter
Streitwolf are off by plane
to Cuidad Trujillo this week


end. Mr. Streitwolf is asso-
ciated with the Madsen Corn
pany here.
-:0:-
Miss Ariele Assad cele-
brated her birthday at the
Villa Creole in Petionville
Thursday with a group of
young friends ... the birth-
day cake was decked out
with 6 candles a Ti beach-
comber reports.
-:0:-
Rudy Tippenhauer who
returned to school in Phila-
delphia Thursday morning
after spending Christmas


holidays here with his fant.
ily and friends ... celebrated -
his fete yesterday in Phily
with his school chums.
-:0:-
Dr. and Mrs. Miot's Christ
mas present arrived in time
... a bouncing baby boy who '
was born on the 25th of De-::
cember. Mrs. Miot is the.
former Carmen Laraque. -
:0:-
Last Sunday a baby was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe ;
Ansop. Mrs. Anson is the.
former P.ualette Hogarth.
-:0:-


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come back to his homeland
after three and a half years
in the United States where
lie specialized in the study
sof thoracic surgery for can-
cer. He is on the staff of the
oMantefore Hospital.
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Miss Serette Celestin re-
,celved a transfer this week
... from the BNRH to the
.new Agricultural Bank next
.door.
-:0:-
Thriving on the Haitian
sunshine and literally giv-
ing the community a shot of
Penicillin is Eillen Herrick
'of New. York and Califor-
nia. Miss Herrick is no tour
1st, but a most welcome visi-
tor, is here as a house guest
of Lorraine Dora of the
Galerie des Arts d'Haiti.,
1 -:0:-
Ambassador and Mrs, H
-X. Travers are planning a
trip to the "Cap" Citadelli
and the Plantation Dauphic
in the near future.

Condolences to the Vroo
mans, Paula and' the Thor
land, Club on the death o
their big black and whit
male Great Dane uCandy..


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He died after a short illness
Thursday evening.
-:OE-
There is no way of calcu-
lating just how many people
were at the Casino Interna-C
tional New Year's Night but
those who are in the position
to know, figure that there
were around a thousand.
During the evening His Ex-
cellency the President visit-
ed the crowded Casino's
dance patio but did not set
foot in the gaming rooms ...
-:0:- *
This morning at 9.30 Miss
Paule Duncan # has invited
friends over to her new mod-
ern beauty shop on Chemin
des Dalles opposite Aux Co-
saque to a champagne christ-
t ening party ... this coming
L week her Institute of Beaute
, will be open for business.
.. -~:0:-
Leaving this week-end for
a Venezuela this time in, cdm-
e pany with his bride, is Paul
a Veriarwho is off ft continue"
his studies at the Caracas
University and work at the
- Haitian Embassy.
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e cities the.-world over ... the
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week turned over to a" little
Miss from Skagway, Alaska.
Miss Helen Thompson is
lown from the North to en-
oy a little daylight.
-:0:-
Al Noustas in keeping
with all businessmen of the
city arrived two seconds be-
fore the New York bound
clipper took off Thursday.
-lis trip is business and fam-
ly.

Today Gerard Brea re-
urns to his job with PAA in
Curacao after a 15 day va-,
cation here with his family
and friends.


.__: 0:,.vitss iareJC iaude MaULrI
Janine and Elizabeth Pn- and Mr. Joseph Laco
well are returning to school and b-, fiance Miss Ma
in Jamaica tOmorrob. Jose Maurqsse.
-:0:'- e. ee e
,Heroesc Day in the J
evening there was a party f Of THIS' ...
at the Charle sFequiere resi-a
dence in Bois-Verna ... the
occasion was Mrs. Fequiere'sl
birthday. .
-:0:- "
Cynthia Pulley flew to I
Miami Saturday afternoon. I
-:0:- \ _
Dr.-Louis Gomez, Equado- GoT THOT 0D /I
rian, recently" arrived here
to study the Marbial Vallcy
project on a Unesco scholar1 iWrTfAn
ship, offered a -Press confer-I fA ICIg f
ence Saturday morning at' 10 mRY CLERERS
airL at the Comniiissio Na- ) mt .lintou
tionale Hairienne de l'Unes-
co on the Exposition grounds w.rooR ro P.A.A
-:0:'-- e e ee


Seen art Le' .Percloirn
over the holidays were: His
Excellence the President,
.Col. Woolley, Col. Prosper,


le monde enter,


\ de plus forts tonnages sent transports

u psur pneus pids lourds Goodyear que Sur

pneus de toute -autre marque .


Les entrepreneurs de camionnage et de sre vices
d'autobus savent que les pneus poids Iburds
Goodyear font preuve d'un maximum de
longdvitd et d'un maximum de rendement


kilometrique tout en assurant le meilleur
sen ice qu'on puisse artendre de pneus poids
lourds. Pour un maximum d'avant ges -
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Col. Bayard, Mr. and Mrs.
Franck Magloire, Mr. and
Mrs. Lando of the Institut
Franqais d'Haiti, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Nadal, Mr. Le
Pr6fet Marc Nahoum, Min-
ister Fouch6, Mr. Villard,
Major Etienne, Capt. Etien-
ne, Capt. Brierre and the
Lieutenants Gagneron and
St. Albin.
From the American Em-
bassy here were: Jane Eddy,
Elizabeth Koleda, Lawrence
Sutin, .George Riguad, "Bob
Jannisen who helped Helen
Geen and Walker celebrate
their birthdays.
Mr., and Mrs. Daniel Heur-
telou entertained Mr. Alix
Fombrun and his fianced
M;i- M a l


Mr. 0.
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Blanchard.


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s. Alfred Spil-.
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memorate this "significant
date in a very special man-
ner ... abd that it is not too
soon to begin preparations

The Krakauers
Will Be Back

When visitors leave a
country vowing to return,
you can be assured their trip
was a success. And that is
dte case of the Krakauers.
Author Kathleen Windsor
and her la-wyer husband
found jheir stay artEl Rancho
'so. delightful that they are
Coming back for more. They
found Albert Silvera and his
,pretty wife excellent hosts,
the swimming delightful
and the atmosphere restful-
ly removed from constantly
crotving cocks and blaring
auto horns.
M iss Windson was parti-
cularly enthusiastic about
her trip to Furcy in spite of
the fact that she and her hus-
band made it in your report-
er s jeep, one of the most
bone-shaking vehicles ever
to rattle up the mountains
of Haiti.
It's no telling wheh the
ungrateful machine will ever
have the opportunity to
transport a more glamorous
cargo.... or a more grateful
one.

,Dirty Back Yard Of
The .Beautiful Exposition
(1Continued from Page. 1)
The poor in the vicinity,
of the Exposition are in des-
perate need' of sanitation
and a water supply. At pre-
sent they are flocking to the
. Water 'lines in the rear of
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for the event which must go
beyond an array of cere-
monies. It is necessary, said
the President, to give the
world a living picture of
Haitian advances in all the
realms of national activity
... in social and economic
progress ... in the contribu-
tion our poets and writers
have made to human thought
and it will be also our duty,
the President continued, to
give the future generations
of Haitians .new sources of
inspiration in depicting their
nation's history. He said it
will be the task of our his-
tor;ans and government to
collect documents and other
precious relicts of Haitian
history scattered throughout
the country and 'in other
narts of the world. In ad-
dition. the President an-
nounced talks are now under
way with representatives of
the most famous of modern
sculptors to provide our ci-
ties with fitting monuments
rif the s irrine events and
men who forged Haiti's free-
dom.

In the city of Gonaives,
the cradle of Haitian inde-
pendence, the' President an7
nounced work would start


0ltSEIET IAGLOIRE S NEW YEAR SPEECH
(Continued from Page 1)


FOR THE HOODAY SEASON


Dental Notice

Dr. Gerard Maglio, Chi-
rurgien-Dentiste recently re-
turnet from two years with
the Guggenheim Dental Cli-
nic in New York, and six
months' at Howard Univer-
sity in Washington, D. C.,
has opened a new modern
clinic here.

br. Maglio's clinic is;
equipped with the most up-
to-date equipment used in.
Dentistry today even a
complete X-ray machine.
The clinic is located at
No. 143 Rue Dr. Aubry.
two minutes from P.A.A. of-"
fice.


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Turgeau with all the desired
comforts for rent. Contact:
Mme. Andre Liautaud, Rue
4. Former home of Therese
lBandt. Tel. 5695. '


After a fortnight's vaca-
tion amongst the family and
friends here ... with an eye
on teeth decay ... dental
scientist Pierre Frederique
returns to New York tomor- .
row.


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Accessories

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will serve as the Memorial cocktail bar, fully equipped
to Haiti's glorious past. deep freezer, electrical grill, .o e e ..... -
gas stoves etc. Excellent lo- aThe Best Quality Cement at
cation and thriving business. fhe Lowest possible co ls
Owner has other interests in E *I DATVQAU ^JL &L
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necessary time to the Cafe
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tion of city for rent: furn- call "Haiti Sun. --
ished bedroom, bathroom,
drawing room. (Contact the ,
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AoCo -e e A i.__ l lnrn a.e A,


the row or otrices to was-i
themselves, their clothes and YOUR DRUG STORE
tend to other needs. The
\wtter escapes into pools To get your money's worth,
which create 'a breeding of the things in the pharma-
ground for mosquitoes and ceutical line you wish to
the passers-by get an undeni- buy ... Call at
able whiff of the unsanita i PHARMACIE HILAIRE
conditions. Office workers For any information regard-
find it hard to concentrate ing medicines ... Simply dial
because of the noise. We 2302.
bring this to the notice of If we do not have the exact-
the authorities with the sug- thing yoq are looking for...
gestion that a public latrine we'll get it for you in a jiffy.
be built in the near vici- Patronize our Drug Store.
nity and measures taken to You'll feel at home with us.
supylv the n eedy~ with wa- PHARMACIE HILAIRE
ter. The poor of Haiti 23 Rue des Miracles.
must be helped. Opposite K.JL.M. Office


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at Desprez with two bath-
rooms, four bedrooms, one.
closed po'ch, a large gallery, /,
living and dining rooms,
garage and wine cellar, de-
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to date kitchen and pantry, l LBS.NET
selling at 14,000 dollars. Aa
fair price for a fine home T
quch as it is. See aHaitih
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MESSAGE_DIGEST ALGORITHM 'MD5' d2fb67a08d6a55f17e041900a434a41c
'SHA-1' 0fccd473982511a8aa2012384570fa8d70ffd1ca
EVENT '2013-08-09T10:31:06-04:00' OUTCOME 'success'
PROCEDURE describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:47-04:00'
virus check
'2014-06-18T15:43:06-04:00'
xml resolution
'51651364' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile1' 'sip-files00001.tif'
fe8a6c901f773982d286624494ebca57
c189b8ee358d21c7b5fdfbe76097d3b96cbb5e70
'2013-08-09T10:30:56-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:32-04:00'
virus check
'53065268' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile10' 'sip-files00004.tif'
17054e8b4534810be3ae7449f256a12e
b3e8aac56ee0914c6dcdded3d5a0a546ea2bdbde
'2013-08-09T10:30:42-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:01-04:00'
virus check
'192102' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile100' 'sip-files00004.pro'
7dbe79838ba653f29d753348405d670a
cc7a62c6bd7d0e00587eaa09f7274a11ea94f098
'2013-08-09T10:30:16-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:06-04:00'
virus check
'81586' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile101' 'sip-files00005.pro'
e68a8858994c42cee3203c70d87fd091
8f1a21db8e5b2353cf7c33372c8af5bead07c88d
'2013-08-09T10:30:10-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:27:51-04:00'
virus check
'148186' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile102' 'sip-files00006.pro'
bf003f0000f8aec41220963c6c74b9e3
27cfb1a0ebc9f8dd75b5b21db07917730a6e4645
'2013-08-09T10:30:28-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:35-04:00'
virus check
'225715' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile103' 'sip-files00007.pro'
74b59dc17ce425c465f47bb42d095c1e
c3b963b760bf4579424b1e0416bea085f2b86f40
'2013-08-09T10:31:07-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:48-04:00'
virus check
'79362' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile104' 'sip-files00008.pro'
ec286d470ac12c2671c3a4d2ee8d36d7
710db82151070c7e2bb62721c5f4fa7315437577
'2013-08-09T10:30:21-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:21-04:00'
virus check
'247667' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile105' 'sip-files00009.pro'
9b2f05a087a8707e2a6d693ce7e53ed0
2ff6547c3ff9d8aa8caf35432cfc6e7cfa5d0140
'2013-08-09T10:30:17-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:14-04:00'
virus check
'161155' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile106' 'sip-files00010.pro'
bf543528cbb5cb30f9462b2ba7aa582f
edb03517e977f349cdb512a6e7e72875ce5f19f2
'2013-08-09T10:31:04-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:43-04:00'
virus check
'163079' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile107' 'sip-files00011.pro'
1724a46ad9e668994279498d6c6853db
c8264282b170da9a1617c7aaee86deadf1b10e4e
'2013-08-09T10:31:17-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:30:00-04:00'
virus check
'167957' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile108' 'sip-files00012.pro'
2d13fa468d08974faf8c6fcd59ce2580
152948fc3f9c1fe57aa4b6bfb7134b8ecda69c23
'2013-08-09T10:31:10-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:50-04:00'
virus check
'23302' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile109' 'sip-filesAA00015023_00068.mets'
12b9961a12e2e7d307134444f28ef4fe
9f3cbf41e005751e56ac18b3e0125592efff1850
describe
cvc-complex-type.2.4.a: Invalid content was found starting with element 'mods:Origin_Info'. One of '{"http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":abstract, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":accessCondition, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":classification, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":extension, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":genre, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":identifier, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":language, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":location, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":name, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":note, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":originInfo, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":part, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":physicalDescription, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":recordInfo, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":relatedItem, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":subject, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":tableOfContents, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":targetAudience, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":titleInfo, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":typeOfResource}' is expected.
'2013-08-09T10:29:42-04:00'
virus check
xml resolution
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' cvc-complex-type.2.4.a: Invalid content was found starting with element 'mods:Origin_Info'. One of '{"http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":abstract, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":accessCondition, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":classification, "http://www.loc.gov/mods
cvc-complex-type.2.4.a: Invalid content was found starting with element 'mods:Origin_Info'. One of '{"http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":abstract, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":accessCondition, "http://www.loc.gov/mods/v3":classification, "http://www.loc.gov/mods
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile11'
17054e8b4534810be3ae7449f256a12e
b3e8aac56ee0914c6dcdded3d5a0a546ea2bdbde
'2013-08-09T10:31:01-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:39-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile12'
17054e8b4534810be3ae7449f256a12e
b3e8aac56ee0914c6dcdded3d5a0a546ea2bdbde
'2013-08-09T10:31:18-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:30:03-04:00'
virus check
'53178540' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile13' 'sip-files00005.tif'
b08ec7ba303f3c49f910b1c44d14a7b5
34cb803b116851d3be201cdc58f53f8b741abb04
'2013-08-09T10:30:36-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:48-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile14'
b08ec7ba303f3c49f910b1c44d14a7b5
34cb803b116851d3be201cdc58f53f8b741abb04
'2013-08-09T10:30:08-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:27:46-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile15'
b08ec7ba303f3c49f910b1c44d14a7b5
34cb803b116851d3be201cdc58f53f8b741abb04
'2013-08-09T10:31:20-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:30:06-04:00'
virus check
'50924828' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile16' 'sip-files00006.tif'
0c7a238707a7343b5bbcf62989aa2586
5bc1f932e7371b26e800f6b047854682cfb10f22
'2013-08-09T10:30:33-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:44-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile17'
0c7a238707a7343b5bbcf62989aa2586
5bc1f932e7371b26e800f6b047854682cfb10f22
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:05-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile18'
0c7a238707a7343b5bbcf62989aa2586
5bc1f932e7371b26e800f6b047854682cfb10f22
'2013-08-09T10:31:15-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:57-04:00'
virus check
'51310756' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile19' 'sip-files00007.tif'
8bdbfa2538b4c59aa70c5d6c4bd628b0
a3413fbf18bc342f26e96e1f6beea1b846680119
describe
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile2'
fe8a6c901f773982d286624494ebca57
c189b8ee358d21c7b5fdfbe76097d3b96cbb5e70
'2013-08-09T10:30:23-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:24-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile20'
8bdbfa2538b4c59aa70c5d6c4bd628b0
a3413fbf18bc342f26e96e1f6beea1b846680119
'2013-08-09T10:30:12-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:27:54-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile21'
8bdbfa2538b4c59aa70c5d6c4bd628b0
a3413fbf18bc342f26e96e1f6beea1b846680119
'2013-08-09T10:30:20-04:00'
describe
virus check
'53362028' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile22' 'sip-files00008.tif'
bf5767007de180030508660afcdcab04
a41adf51b3c35c44a3f5eb11997368e22d4bc8dd
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:46-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile23'
bf5767007de180030508660afcdcab04
a41adf51b3c35c44a3f5eb11997368e22d4bc8dd
'2013-08-09T10:30:43-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:06-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile24'
bf5767007de180030508660afcdcab04
a41adf51b3c35c44a3f5eb11997368e22d4bc8dd
'2013-08-09T10:30:45-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:09-04:00'
virus check
'51911408' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile25' 'sip-files00009.tif'
5cec6f82c9835438c8d6c9bdd5601fc8
ba8697034ed9f12b04d12cb7cc6d692145e29c86
'2013-08-09T10:31:16-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile26'
5cec6f82c9835438c8d6c9bdd5601fc8
ba8697034ed9f12b04d12cb7cc6d692145e29c86
'2013-08-09T10:30:47-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:13-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile27'
5cec6f82c9835438c8d6c9bdd5601fc8
ba8697034ed9f12b04d12cb7cc6d692145e29c86
'2013-08-09T10:30:48-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:15-04:00'
virus check
'50373308' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile28' 'sip-files00010.tif'
3de16328142a350042f37466582794d2
57a28999391e990a8427dfa641eeb5d9d963b53a
'2013-08-09T10:30:14-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:00-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile29'
3de16328142a350042f37466582794d2
57a28999391e990a8427dfa641eeb5d9d963b53a
describe
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile3'
fe8a6c901f773982d286624494ebca57
c189b8ee358d21c7b5fdfbe76097d3b96cbb5e70
'2013-08-09T10:30:19-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:18-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile30'
3de16328142a350042f37466582794d2
57a28999391e990a8427dfa641eeb5d9d963b53a
'2013-08-09T10:30:26-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:31-04:00'
virus check
'51165980' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile31' 'sip-files00011.tif'
972bb8ee1ba92f1a91e3b1843f7417fc
1f326822d89f0fb21e53b9906849a8b36c7565cf
'2013-08-09T10:30:52-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:24-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile32'
972bb8ee1ba92f1a91e3b1843f7417fc
1f326822d89f0fb21e53b9906849a8b36c7565cf
'2013-08-09T10:30:40-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:55-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile33'
972bb8ee1ba92f1a91e3b1843f7417fc
1f326822d89f0fb21e53b9906849a8b36c7565cf
'2013-08-09T10:30:31-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:40-04:00'
virus check
'51488108' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile34' 'sip-files00012.tif'
19e887fd79c5c7f4b88a3ea006f9d276
18c36ce969ce8c87de101481eedaab648c9aebab
'2013-08-09T10:31:09-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile35'
19e887fd79c5c7f4b88a3ea006f9d276
18c36ce969ce8c87de101481eedaab648c9aebab
'2013-08-09T10:30:38-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:52-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile36'
19e887fd79c5c7f4b88a3ea006f9d276
18c36ce969ce8c87de101481eedaab648c9aebab
'2013-08-09T10:30:24-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:29-04:00'
virus check
'2151204' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile37' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
782029fe23bbf7af80ca208700cf3ba6
534d55cef124c2569558b1055e8ede0c6ac19374
describe
virus check
'2149147' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile38' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
40ea9d13de74834ec31b749084c69c75
db5fd21d9e8e18dc0c966ab073cd2a81cbeff230
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:41-04:00'
virus check
'2124795' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile39' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
37d6f20ef91a8138d6d3b9b7f94bfd70
13428616efb8aa2c5bbf60fc45ab0ffd7fa15ce3
describe
virus check
'51602944' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile4' 'sip-files00002.tif'
2c49543ac2c560c0f978d5d2c61c59f7
27009618ba341cf794bc67ba4ad71bfb0e10ec46
'2013-08-09T10:30:51-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:20-04:00'
virus check
'2210099' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile40' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
8b0815914cb3f745cbaaa94c2c5fa371
050d7211a686e5e604805102ea0cd107c19c41fb
'2013-08-09T10:31:03-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2214826' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile41' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
383d506fc4d8da89758b4eebeea33a0b
2b90fd2ae2d557a40e41e21b8d13185fb82c8558
describe
virus check
'2120894' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile42' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
c434367d103167d09a5b1d72e3204470
e31face1c548a81c46613b1ea221385e6e8fd86b
describe
virus check
'2137006' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile43' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
fcd1ef66bdb5fb7718cb2e8823e9b76d
3424b5b329c107bd7e4abfdcd777e10555eb0e03
describe
virus check
'2222477' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile44' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
e09105bd056b5543c357ea84b2ace897
14a0487aa768a2ef0fd32fa9cfc92b2da691d135
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:49-04:00'
virus check
'2162013' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile45' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
fdfe6fa99cd97f6aeec59379f56625c8
6a612603a3ca96340f99c307453173a58de19dbf
describe
virus check
'2097873' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile46' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
9e586604f0c015b377cde48feb3bd633
e2a4f3605f57a98a8e8b5efe7f2bd755bdb9ccca
'2013-08-09T10:30:34-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:45-04:00'
virus check
'2130883' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile47' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
7342e46be9422db1885a63beeec26f39
b873eabc72a2b378a8c6c7b1fe68087d015accad
describe
virus check
'2144405' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile48' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
7be0cf4f54424f4fc6521c84466f18cd
8d6ea99bbbc4915a8739d7b2d7ed7b107cbc8953
describe
virus check
'764046' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile49' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
a9a66460cfcce4e67ac6707ceff962c3
06c61fc534362ec264a24f36ab90bddcb3a9885a
'2013-08-09T10:30:59-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:36-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile5'
2c49543ac2c560c0f978d5d2c61c59f7
27009618ba341cf794bc67ba4ad71bfb0e10ec46
'2013-08-09T10:30:57-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:35-04:00'
virus check
'93752' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile50' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
248fb8d0f3da9a2b58e792f374e035e2
df07b6512f3dcb23f6c93cdbbc78880e51996799
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:19-04:00'
virus check
'849002' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile51' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
889250f8bb11c20e33d973646ff0840b
08c9ba645f480923d0fb121033f23cbb4466b77e
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:13-04:00'
virus check
'103008' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile52' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
063631e2ea63a15aeb1c8e746e06ffff
e28707b2bcd3dba642ac5838bfe2f0d8abee03f6
describe
virus check
'849661' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile53' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
dd4be831d0722e68cdefd882794feebe
5415de21c7df7d9364d0bf2988f0b61dc56817bd
'2013-08-09T10:30:49-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:16-04:00'
virus check
'103323' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile54' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
34048d215527203195f3a4988c1508f8
1a55ce890205369ad998a07e411b4f4b4a06c7db
describe
virus check
'852238' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile55' 'sip-files00004.jpg'
6b1bd0e5a5dec3c7b2c754a01d362151
c1c19f0cc8fa77303f5fc9df5d7c117cf5b27383
describe
virus check
'104618' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile56' 'sip-files00004.QC.jpg'
43c81d2967677cc7c8c1450266dff0d8
693fb1c31165a594aeb3d95ac3606226aef4d65a
describe
virus check
'760559' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile57' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
2a1740303de6bd02963a450b799dcd2a
f28c545fd0eba559c0e19dbd2dce7837e8f53ca3
describe
virus check
'97027' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile58' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
e31ad4708600e519fbcbd831c932f287
e32e570d59f6e8d8f894f63f4f9804549c46c3e3
describe
virus check
'826712' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile59' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
73215c39215ba75f7cffe5648bfb0f4e
8b0b1fb63fbd838457b5224a5554297c5ccf37a6
'2013-08-09T10:30:58-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile6'
2c49543ac2c560c0f978d5d2c61c59f7
27009618ba341cf794bc67ba4ad71bfb0e10ec46
'2013-08-09T10:31:02-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:41-04:00'
virus check
'104535' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile60' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
1eed3518dcabf5435a9c8f449c6ddef4
ce990073ec6e2c4cdf80cded73e6582911b31167
describe
virus check
'860101' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile61' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
02e77362bbc7ec1ac3650793e6e2dc39
5ac308007470b0ad34dffee882f5aa53248e09a8
describe
virus check
'104364' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile62' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
4c3414598e6fb2f243f94e91da906b48
2ad99dec3adf5b790e85314a1c1a1ea63a1694b6
describe
virus check
'752948' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile63' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
0fda7cd865981034f8ba48914193d81a
59b181e2f2767f11562f115fbe3195267a8bf3d0
describe
virus check
'98712' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile64' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
5fef77de3392126802fbf548ffd0757f
8a7e7023d0feb3323759ab501018267ecff5825a
describe
virus check
'862392' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile65' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
83f37a0d17b851930c7d5d09a06fdc46
73d1de198aba4d3a0f47379d9183627fb69e4b77
describe
virus check
'102995' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile66' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
b3dca9df20a6ea3ae408bf9bd79bd840
29c0a434d0e54dfab8e18afc8ccad97f92f577a3
describe
virus check
'857877' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile67' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
6797b2b2ccaecce5d0f54bf81007d24b
6edf2899408ed2cef02b52583826bfb3c43a6236
describe
virus check
'109873' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile68' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
52f54ea82cb14aa5aef17a8308e3e27d
66b683b21dc4307916a29562879bcd9a64877fc8
describe
virus check
'824303' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile69' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
6b5aa6e3e03ed2bb948899099c8f9f49
df19a09597aa6028ea57facfe7e2b67a13db8dfd
describe
virus check
'51018464' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile7' 'sip-files00003.tif'
610fb919928c173d9c0f2199dba7b2cc
0a0ca89d7e0ccca8812f4534513eb8fbf0e40d17
'2013-08-09T10:31:11-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:53-04:00'
virus check
'103407' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile70' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
0348ad1aca9607289669a65227e23f9e
99bf9bd8c19066557b029bcc959b54d057fd360d
describe
virus check
'784681' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile71' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
10a59a19655919041d152b9f9e95dffd
dddafcb4faa991f32e0f458429d7883dba4f8a53
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:22-04:00'
virus check
'97745' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile72' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
cc3b2e0fe13f864535160b826e465bc0
7982704e84a6d1bafe3b20cfb15a50f85d5df229
describe
virus check
'40385' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile73' 'sip-files00001thm.jpg'
c7aa96fd36dec7fa01e4d60e96e196b7
41c44bbc28c151ed0c343768288dd33ef1311cff
describe
'2013-08-09T10:27:47-04:00'
virus check
'43505' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile74' 'sip-files00002thm.jpg'
db94f1870d8b732c8c5e8df3f7f4888b
f706be1678c8f8274b206b56eda39fcd5035d45e
describe
virus check
'43258' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile75' 'sip-files00003thm.jpg'
1562ab745f9bd3059b3a68268f05cc78
ad179499191b85d72dd0d451a29f930cdc964fc4
describe
virus check
'43480' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile76' 'sip-files00004thm.jpg'
bdbd8350e8c6b4811f20e1fb03726fa0
ad84b6901dc06a6248c3e05b99614eca085a48b1
describe
virus check
'42386' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile77' 'sip-files00005thm.jpg'
6fc2eb254d5164e1c5a6ad296c063eea
0ea0a81b779461176601488264b709fc883af986
describe
virus check
'43804' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile78' 'sip-files00006thm.jpg'
9f1694d5916d0497646c70730869e0e6
5c988097e875d0f82a52b11665256df488bbafb3
describe
virus check
'42666' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile79' 'sip-files00007thm.jpg'
f1c51ad501d760fffe19d51dc032aed2
00dd7b159aed7811714dc0963a62a09e11a45361
describe
virus check
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile8'
610fb919928c173d9c0f2199dba7b2cc
0a0ca89d7e0ccca8812f4534513eb8fbf0e40d17
'2013-08-09T10:31:13-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:55-04:00'
virus check
'42836' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile80' 'sip-files00008thm.jpg'
2a25fd37589983f47b597c4adf0df9c1
f9280ec06dbaf7bd5ea70908a8253f533f9b32c1
describe
'2013-08-09T10:28:32-04:00'
virus check
'41744' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile81' 'sip-files00009thm.jpg'
a4848d92fc204838a730c221a53ff352
5e5a5e25a612369b827725d91d95c96b7a84e6b5
describe
virus check
'46257' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile82' 'sip-files00010thm.jpg'
6e93628b7c277df7874a36d59a5adffa
f6ef20ff6fb544fa9082376b85b706a00bf4a974
'2013-08-09T10:30:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'43874' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile83' 'sip-files00011thm.jpg'
f217661721d3c953e2a3e88c534e56ff
1283086c45a57f50a418dced84192bc1c3958dea
describe
virus check
'41680' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile84' 'sip-files00012thm.jpg'
71ee35192c5344bf3b6066ea8aacd178
0653de0ed59a9d49d79db6bd391f973a45e0c819
describe
virus check
'7222' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile85' 'sip-files00001.txt'
a21f4890defb124ff0fb4c0f53f3efaf
9b4a077367dd8e25a5fb999efb656d1b6c9d2de5
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5413' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile86' 'sip-files00002.txt'
05fd6f2c87a31e41a8f4a71955665159
a29eed6c7c0b302b53a961379baed3942da16a28
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6746' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile87' 'sip-files00003.txt'
19c78e0467e321315bd2388c0a99f5c8
6ed01c18a5c6c91df24e8671f191bd13fbb48c26
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7692' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile88' 'sip-files00004.txt'
e208b84a72aae73951791597d74b2104
520cac53a22287635b534ab6967e6e1754fde2b7
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'4016' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile89' 'sip-files00005.txt'
33ecade3ec93de0bddaab4218ebd6256
001df34f674eedd270d074170b20d52e5a1461f5
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile9'
610fb919928c173d9c0f2199dba7b2cc
0a0ca89d7e0ccca8812f4534513eb8fbf0e40d17
'2013-08-09T10:30:54-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-09T10:29:29-04:00'
virus check
'6044' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile90' 'sip-files00006.txt'
03ae397889fca3af5db2c80cb57e397a
46d6541cc7d227da41ea69b7993137d4a0825763
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8957' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile91' 'sip-files00007.txt'
1db1030d9e505b154eb368ceb0c22208
a5e5d6b1b224b5abfce6378982290b3a608af915
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'3624' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile92' 'sip-files00008.txt'
906c4726977367e63aef5ac33bdbb0d0
de834d09be13f4b2c9d3b627ae6a56662ec0a0e2
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10187' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile93' 'sip-files00009.txt'
283cd7282c2ef285f5d7ca2310fe8b97
8ec043739d4bef09e5a7463845c89d1ff02933ce
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7093' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile94' 'sip-files00010.txt'
a8586f17a9d261e64cfd728bf7e9963d
2e2303a3e5bb75dc833e93b59c5b3b8e53c5a95a
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6865' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile95' 'sip-files00011.txt'
f3441d07c98864076fa3c4f6f53e0301
36c42f4d47037e9b1bd3673fdd8a9911551c1eab
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6939' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile96' 'sip-files00012.txt'
5c2590422707b7ec157e01c967fe4fea
511be08c0ae0dd67e48d548eb223414ddbc7e480
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'161133' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile97' 'sip-files00001.pro'
0d2f46287d72737fedb2a7d1e530b809
e8fb49b9d2ade9e40c51cc42fd859fe80c6398a3
'2013-08-09T10:31:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'130473' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile98' 'sip-files00002.pro'
a4925c1adbb2cedae82de3b89536593d
ce0c43e6076eaa7a3f7cda8ca9b00b2a3d828d48
describe
virus check
'160643' 'info:fdaETT2C4LGB_0V5LXJfile99' 'sip-files00003.pro'
f3c8040df0c3b9dd9ac8e4eeaf38923d
74a0b2d335792676f1d042116999b224e5e46ef5
describe
virus check


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