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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:
AA00015023:00131


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BERNARD DIEDERICH
EDITOR


RONY CHENET, Jr.
GERANT RESPONSABLB.


THE-HA I- IAN I ENGISHq-


LAN GUAGE NEWSPAPER


VOLUME II1Port-au-Prince Haiti.SUNDAY. APRI L 20th 19 52I,. No. 3.1.
VOLUME II Port-au-Prince Haiti SUNDAY, APRIL 20th 19 52 No. 31


General Hector B. Trujillo's Courtesy

Visit Ends Four Days

Of Lavish Entertaining


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The trouble-torn world
would have done well to
take a careful look at the
small island of Saint Domin-
gue during the past week
It could have learned a valr
able lesson in the psomotior
of international peace anc
understanding ... a les
.son in how two neigh
boring nations that were
traditionally bitter e n e
mies could learn to share
the same island in harmony
... to meet each other on -
new ground of trust .and
friendship rather tha th
old hatred and fear "

The four-day visit of Get
eral Hector Trujillo in tE
IHaitian Capital did much t
forwMard-the progress of Ha
tian Dominican accord
The next President of oQ
neighboring Republic mu!
have been touched at th
sight of the Dominican an
Haitian flags-flying side b
side along the country roa
leading from the frontier t
Port-au-Prince. He m u s
have also been touched a


Petit Goave Scorched

by Major Fire

Petit Goave is the latest
Haitian community to be
scorched by a major fire in
the past few months. Four
buildings were burned and
three others had to be de-
mclished to halt the spread
of the flames which broke
out about one a.m. on Holy
Saturday. Though- the ma-
jority of the population turn
ed out to fight the fire, they
were handicapped by the
,lack of fire equipment, and
an esitmated 200,000 gour,
des worth of property was
destroyed.


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The fire started in a
building owned by M. Ra-
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the humble note of welcome
offered by residents of some
roadside hamlets who had
no flags to offer. They hung
their best table cloths and
bedspreads on lines stretch-
ed above the road on which
the distinguished visitors
were to,travel.
General Trujillo and his
party of 12 Dominican Of-
ficials arrived at the Fron-
tier at Malpasse shortly
before 3 p.m. on Tuesday af-
ternoon. Waiting to greet
the acting Chief of State of
the Dominican Republic was
BrigadGer General Antoine
Lqvelt who-had been lavishly
entertained during his cour-
'tesy visit .to Ciudad Trujillo
some months before. Also
,present were Minister Para-
celse Pelissier and Chief of
Protocol DHniel Thaird as
well as a host -of military
and governmental officials.
As the caravan of limou-
sines sped past Croix des
'Bouquets it was saluted by
more than two thousand per
sons who had gathered in
-long lines on either side of
the road. At Damiens, a
Battalion of the Haitian Ar-
my under the Command of
Captain Buteau was waiting
to render military honours
to General Hector Trujillo.
The Palace Orchestra struck
up the strains of the Domi-
nican and Haitian national
hymns and the caravan sped
along the flag-draped high-
way to Port-au-Prince with
sirens on its motorcycle es-
cort clearing a path ahead.
The visiting General was
escorted to the Pacot resi-
dence of former Foreign Min
lister Jacques Leger, where
he would stay as distinguish-
id guest of the Haitian Gov-
ernment. Then, at 5.30
p.m., General Trujillo arriv-
,ed at the National Palace to
be given a warm welcome
by President Paul Magloire.
On his entry and departure
(Continued on Page 3)


FAiREWELL- TO THE DOMINLO'N DELEGATION -
morning .. ,


ROLLIN PRICE DROWNED IN
BELLEVUE CLUB P' OO


The Bellevue Club usu
ally .the scene of carefree
gaiety was the backdrop
for a tragic drama at 11.30
Tuesday morning. A 20-
year-old young artist Rol
lin Price arrived at the
swimming pool with his two
young American charges -.
nine-year-old Charles and
jeven-year-old Robin Giesin.
The children's mother -
Madame Barbara Chapin-
had hired the young Haitian
two days before as com-

CAPITA' TO HAVE
TRAFFIC LIGHTS:

Two top officials of the
Traffic Department will fly
to the United States at the
end of t're week to purchase
equipment to help modern-
ize Haiti's handling of its
growing traffic prolblem.-In
Springfield, Illinois, Traf-
fic Chief Fritz Brierre, will
buy traffic lights to.be plac-
ed at five leading intersec-
,tions of the Capital and he
(Continued on Page 2)


panion and instructor for
her youngsters. Rollin was
supposed to give the chil-
(Continued on Page 2)


Fombrun and Telson

Re-elected

Both houses of the Ha!-
t;an Legislature re-elected
their presidents for a new
term shortly after opening
their regular lawmaking ses
s:on last Monday. M. Charles
Fombrun, the Senator from
-he Artibonite, was again
chosen to head the -upper
house. Senators W'alter San-
saricq and Emile Jonassaint
wpr, named, respectively,
F;rst and Second Secreta-
r.es.

In the Chamber of Depu-
"*'es, Adelphin Telson was
aga:n named to; the presiden-
tial seat an'd Deputies Luc
Jean and Dully Lamothe
were elected f the First and
Second secretarial posts.
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THE MAN OF THE

WEEK


Hector Bienvenido Tnr
jillo Molina was born April
6, 1908 in San Cristobal, to-
day the Capital of Trujillo
Province. His. father was
Jose Trujillo Valdez and bhii
Smother was the former Ju-
lia Molina. His brother,
Leon;das, became the Domi-
nican Republic's most outr
standing President.


Young Hector coicludeA
his primary education' at
St. Anne's School, founded
in San Cristobal by Luis Pe'
rez Garces. From there he..
went on to obtain his Bach.
lor's Degree at Normal
School and enrolled for furv
their study at the Universit
of Santo-Domingo. But h
real vocation seemed to lie
:n military rather than scho-
Jarly fields. On March 1st,
1926, he became a soldier-in~
the Dominican Army where
he soon became known for
his discipline and courage.
In the Spring of 1930, he
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'was admitted to the school
for Cadets and less than
three months later received
the rank of Second Lieuten-
ant. In another three months
he was promoted another
grade and on March, 1931,
was appointed Captain.
With his rank, he was.sent
to the Dominican Legation
in Spain where he served as
IMilitary Attache. Later he
killedd the same post in
France, Belgium.. Italy and
S Switzerland.

pn July 1, 1934, he rose
tco je rank of Major and in
Ober of the following
yes he became a Lieutenant
SCo el in the Dominican
Fpoces. The following sum-
mcr bfe was promoted to a
f Colonel and named
Chf. of the Dominican
SArPry. On November 1,
Let us help y


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From March 31. 1938 to
March 17, 1941, General
Trujillo served as General
Supervisor of the National
Polic?. On September 25,
1941 he was promoted to
Maicr Gneral and -Jan. 2,
1942.' he stepped into the
Presidential Cabinet as Min-
ister cf War and Navy. On
Nov. 25, 1944 he became a
full General.

He was awarded Execu-
tive Power by a decree is-
sued by his brother Presi-
dent Trujillo on March 1,
1951. And he is the candi-
date for Chief of State at the
elections to be held next
May.


It's Lieut. Marc Jn-Bap-
tiste's birthday today.
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(Continued from Page 1)

will also purchase inspection
.equipment to allow his of-
ficers to test the brakes,
headlights, wheel align-
ments and other vital parts
of the cars and camionettes
that fill the Pcrt-au-Prince
boulevards.
Captain Brierre and Lt.
Fritz Leon. who is accom-
panying him on the trip,
will also brush up on the
maintenance of the new traf-
fic equipment ... which
;should do much to ease the
congestion at certain inter-
sections. It is also good to
know that car inspections
are an important part of the
traffic department's current
safety campaign. With the
hard wear given the many
camionettes, such a precau-
tt:on is, needed to see that
they are in an acceptably de-
pendable condition for pub-
lic service.
Captain Brierre intends to
be away 20 days, and Lieu-
tenant Leon 'will remain in
,re States for a month.


roche of the Criminal Re-
search Office arrived on the
scene. At 12.45 Rollin's
heart-broken mother. and
two young sisters arrived.
Finally all hope drained
away and the boy was pro-
nounced dead. Dr. Roy ex-
pressed the belief that the
lad forgot to take a deep
breath before his leap into


the pool and swallowed .wa-
ted before breaking to the
surface.
His body was taken to
Petit Goave for burial.

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dren a swimming lesson
every Tuesday ... though it
was later tragically brought
-out that he couldn't swim
himself. The day before the
scheduled swimming lesson,
a 'ball had fallen into the
Bellevue pool around which
Ithe children were playing.
Rollin 'promised that he
would bring his swimming
suit the next morning and
jump in the water to find
it.
He kept his promise ...
with the eager youngsters
looking on, Rollin leaped in-
to the deep water end of the
pool, but he hardly broke
the surface of the water
when he went down not to
appear again. The frighten-
ed youngsters tried their
best to come to his aid. Then
they ran to get more help
from the gang of workers
erecting the new Bellevue
Club Building. The rescuers
rushed to the side of the,
pool and with the aid of a
long iron rod managed to
lift the limp body of the
young instructor from the
water.
Engineer Adrien Roy and
Doctor Simlpson immediate-
ly starter artificial respira-
tion. A few minutes later
Dr. Louis Roy arrived with
an oxven respirator and
worked tirelessly for an hour
and a half trv;ng to brine
back sins of life. At 11.45
a.m. Lieutenant Jacques La-


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GENERAL TRB

S(Continued from Page 1)

From the gleaming white
i:'building, he was saluted by
Sa battalion of the Presiden-
tial Guard under 'the com-
Smand of Captain Vilfort.
.: At 8 p.m. Tuesday even-
ing, cthe Dominican delega-
ition was entertained at a for-
mal dinner given by Minis-
U ':ter Etheart at the Hotel
S.- Seated at the flower-decked
I banquet table, including no-
'ktables of the political, dip-
li". lomatic and military circles
: in Port-au-Prince.
.Wednesday .
General Trujillo opened
~i' his first full day in the Hai-
- -tian Capital with a tour of
s inspection of Casernes Des-
an allies. The distinguished
i|';visitor and members of. his
;:partr were frankly impres-
f-sed by the immaculate bar-
.-..racks and the modern facili-
Siies offered the -Haitian
...troops ... the well-stocked
riP-X. the huge theatre, the
well-equipped infirmary and
i ..recreational rooms. It is a
j military. establishment-. that
'jcan stand in favourable corn
prisonn with any in the
vorld. On his arrival at 10
a.m. the visiting Generalre-.
tceived a salute 'from an
-;.Army' battalion commanded
by Major Elie Lambert. Bri-
igadier General Antoine Le-
PIet, Chief of the Army of
taii, and Colonel Stephane
iWoolley Commandant of the
Palace Guard were on hand
to conduct him on a per-
'sSopal tour of the Casernes.
tIBefore making his departure
"Gereri Trujillo offered a
2 oast in Champagne to.the
success of the Haitjan Army
-and of President Magloire.
i At 11 a.m.3. the Domini-
!can party moved on to the
.I:1Place de 1'1ndependance
i where they deposited a mag-
|.tificent wreath on the tomb
$;f Dessalines and P6tion. On
t was 'inscribed the follow-
;(g words: -General Tru-
ill6 Molina to the Fithers
.the Haitian Nation.n Hai-
a tlan troops under the com-
iand, of Major Roumain
S'endered the military hon-
urs. At 1 p.m., the Domi-
5ican party arrived at the
o Lele where a luncheon
Given by M. Paracelse
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UJILLO ...

Pelissier, Minister of -Nat
nal Defense.. In a welco
ing address the Haitian Ci
line Official spoke w
pride of the historic me
ing at Belladere of Pre
dent Maglolre and the CP
of State of the Dominic
Republic ... a meeting tt
was dramatic testimony
the desire for friendship a
cooperaiton that lar in t
hearts of the two neighbor
ing peoples. He spoke of t
"imperious necessity), of z
tional leaders to exchan
courtesy visits and to e
change their views on pe
tinent subjects ... it is tl
sort of, modern diplomacy
he said, which brings a ne
spirit of understanding
mong those who conduct i
ternational affairs.
In his response to M. P
lissier, General Trujillo sa


his eloquent address showed
why, under American skies',
armies were not maintained
in an aggressive spirit but
i.merely for the national de-
m- fense, for the preservation
ab- of dignity and order which
ith are the only foundation" of a
*et- lasting a nd honourable
si- peace. ,,On both sides of
ief our frontier,, said the Do-
an minican General, ,we, men
iat of good faith and of good
to will, must consider ourselves
od bound to keep widely open
he this avenue of peace and
ir-, friendship upon which will
he travel continuously faithful
a- and enthusiastic messengers
ge of understanding and pros-
x- perity. Suspicion and mis-
5r- trust are the poison of inter-
he national peace. Let us be on
y, -our guard not to be infected
w by this destructive political
a- virus."
n-
At 5. p.m. Wednesday af-
'e- ternoon, M. Th6ophile J.
id B. Richard, former Haitian


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Ambassador to the Domini- well on her march to the al
can Republic, offered a uVin tar to exchange vows with
d'Honneur reception for the son of the Domin.ican.
the Dominican General at Ambassador, Victor Aybar.--
Aux Cosaques. After a family reception' at
At 6.30, the General join.- the Dominican Ei.bassy
led the wedding party at the General Trujillo and hi d
Sacred Heart Church of Tur party moved to the Cabane :
geau, escorting Mary Bos- Choucoune where Generai ..:
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PETIT GAVE SCORCHED
SBY MAJOR FIRE
(Continued. from Page 1)
l ine O;tin6 occupied by
-a. coffee speculator, M. An-
&6 Foucauld. Early re-
ports -(in Le. Nouvelliste)
quoted rumours which gaid
a. thief had deliberately set
Sfii, to the establishment af-
ter *. fruitful raid. Later
reportss (in Le Matin) say
' khe cause of the fire has not
'yet been determined and an
: investigation is underway by
,kIte Justice of the Peace.
Before the flames were
finally extinguished, they
destroyed a large house own
'Led by M. Louis Aut~gste and
'.eted by Madame Alice
:ibuard, who lost all her
*personal goods. M. Yvon
Fabien returned from Port-
au-Prince to find his' house
and furnishings a mass of
cinders. Madame Clara Os.
tine's property was also-
destroyed. It was occupied


by speculator Georges Saieh.
A number of people sleep-
ing in the burning quarters
barely escaped with their
Sives.
It was necessary for the
volunteer fire fighters to
destroy three other houses in
order to halt the path of the
fire and save the residence
of the Prefect of the Arron-
dissement.
,Le Matin,, commented
that the lack of fire equip-
ment in a city the size of
Petit Goave was "regret-
table., It pointed out that
it is the third town to suf-
fer major fires this Spring.
Thousands of gourdes worth
df property' we're also lost in
Carrefour and Anse A Veau.
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Fred G. Sigerist, a repre-
sentative of the League of
the Societies of the Red
Cross, arrived in Haiti last
Monday to meet with govern
ment officials and members
of the local branch of the
noted- relief'organisation. He
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That gay bamboche that
.lifted the tiled roof of Aux
Orchidees Monday night
was a joint farewell party
for Mrs. Zona Noel and ar-
tist Mary Coles. Some 30
friends of the popular two-
some gathered for. one of Pat
f Wiedeman's famous dinners
and an evening of dancing.
The plentitude of the run
punch, plus the liveliness of
the music made for an even-
'ing the two guests of hon-
our, will tell folks about
back home. Mrs. Noel took
the plane for Washington
Tuesday morning to join
her daughter, Mrs. Homer
* Gaynes. She may return in
S lune with her grandchild
Noel who will be-coming to
Haiti for her summer vaca-
tion. That crowd milling
about the air terminal on.
Tuesday ,afternoon contain-
ed the many friends of ar-
o.Ph.27 tist Mary Coles, all wishing
d. her abon voyage and a fast
.A ,return trip. Mary was firm-
S ly clutching. a portfolio of
the waler colours she hopes
kS to make the nucleus of a One
Man Show on Haiti when
she returns to New York.


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Hills, New York, who grac-
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she caught a virus which
Cur6 Beals Ra Ra Group enabled her an additional
seven days holidays in Hai-
There was a rare air of ti, for ... spelling her name,
tension in the village of Car- sideways.
refour Easter Sunday when -:0:-
the traditional bands of Ra. Mrs. Eric Madsen flew to
Ra dancers united for an af- Miami Saturday.
ternoon if frolic. Many eyes
were on the door of the'rec- SASS E
tory where Father Dor6lien S S SNE
resided. Just two days be- "' FRERES
fore, the Cur6 had hurled -
himself at a group of pea-
;sants in a Ra Ra band and
bear the dancers. over- the
head with a big stick. How- %-
ever, Father Dorelien did
not make an appearance -
during the Sunday Ra.Ra
session ... to the general re- *8
lief of the more prudent re-
s dents who were dourly pre cemen
dicting a "catastrophe.," IC


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'Port-au-Prince after five
days of concentrated effort


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of this exact
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SA score or more of highly
interesting papers were read
by Haitian Doctors and den-
tists on everything from Po-
lio in Haiti to the treatment
of social diseases and T. B.
' Medical films were also
exhibited on Tropical' Dis-
eases and other vital sub-
jects.
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A demure group of young
ladies from uL'Oisea' d'Hai-
tin set out on the road to
Ciudad Trujillo last Tues-
day to spend their Easter va-.
cation visiting their Domi-
nican neighbours. The
"jeunes fillesn were in the
capable hands of Madame
de St. Marc, the director of
the private school.
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Pastor Jean Depeu of the
Baptiste Mission, at Aux
Cayes went to Kingston
Saturday.


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Si NORTHERN LIGHTS
The Scottish people are
$te most taciturn, dour, ob-
durate and sullen race on
*erth today. This is due to
there factors: Whiskey, oat-
meal and the fact that they
have never been able to
drive the English out of
Great.Britain, or to get the
(bst of them in business and
politics.
SOf course you have met
Scots who are intelligent,
charming, cultured and wit-
ty. Me, for instance. Then
there is Mr. MacDonald of
lithe National Bank, and Mr.
Gordon of the Royal Bank
of Canada. But you must
remember that Mr. Mac-
Donald and I have been mel-
lowed -and metamorphosed
by years in the tropics. Mr.
Gordon, altho of Scottish
descent, is-a Canadian. There


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Thatfd enough of that.
Whiskey is my theme for to-
day.
When my father was born
in Glenfiddich 96 years ago
last August, his father was
earning a precarious living
operating a one pot distil-
:lery in an obscure corner of
the Glen. A precarious liv-
ing because his profits de-
pended on the amount of
whiskey he could hide from
the Excise-men who collect-
ed the taxes.
Scotch Whiskey was not
then an article of export.
It was, without question,
the vilest concoction ever
distilled by man. Only Scots
could drink it. And look
what it did to them.
You see, they used to fer-
ment with putrid'fish the


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mash from which the whis-
key was distilled. The oil
from the fish. was distilled
with the whiskey. You' can
imagine the result. A drink
that smelled and .tasted like
a spoiled fish. To disguise
the taste and odor they used
to force peat smoke through
the vats. This helped, a
Little.

My father.was responsible
for making Grant's ,Whis-
key the delectable drink it
is today. When he was
about fifteen years old he
,learned in school that yeast
was used in France to fer-
ment wines. He mentioned
'this to my grandfather, who,
like most Scots, was opposed
to change of any kind. Fish
had been used by his 'father
as a fermenting agent,. and
it was good enough for him
But that didn't stop my
father. With the help of a
young friend who worked
in the village bake shop, he
procured, in the dead of
night, a bucket full of the
:liquid yeast they used in
'those days. Into the mash it
went. It worked. It worked
fine. Scotch Whiskey was at
.last free from the taint of
fish. Grant's Whiskey be-"
came famous overnight.

The rest is history. My
uncle William aind his sons
own two of the largest and
best distilleries in Scotland,
'the Glenfiddich and the
BalvenieGlenlivet at Duff-
town.
My father risked prison
in acquiring the yeast that
made all this possible. Uncle
William has never forgotten
it, and every Christmas sends
him a half pint bottle of his
whiskey.


Water Skiing

Popular Local Sport

Another colourful sport
js being added to the grow-
ing list of (Things to Don in
Haiti ... Water Skiing. Pio-
neers of the graceful but
hazardous water play are
Lieut. Fritz' Leon and Percy
Powell who attract a daily
gallery of onlookers as they
shim over the Bay in the
neighbourhood of Captain
Ace's establishment. Gerard
Weiner and Eileen Herrick
are also enthusiasts and have
recently acquired new water
skis.
Our picturesque bay is
being made even more so by
,these spray happy' sports-
men. And we might sug-
gest that some of the speed
demons now burning up the
asphalt of the Petionville
road, switch their method of
locomotion to water skis ...
there's plenty of Bay for all.


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aHAITI SUN*


The speed that character-
izes Big-Time Journalism
ias shown in Haiti last
week when for the first
time pictures of a lead-
ing news event were made
available to newspaper read*,
ers a few hours after the
event occurred.
The feat was accomplish
ed by S.LP.P. (the Service
Information P r o p agenda
Press). Assistant Director
.Roland Montas jumped into
the S.I.P.P. station wagov
and dashed to the Frontier
in time to get some excellent
ICerrcs~


General Trujillo presents


photographs. c General Hec
toe Trujillo stepping across
the Dominican border to be
gree.ed by a large welcom-
ing commitsL on Haitian
Soil.
After shoortitg four pic-
tures of the border meeting,
the S.I.P.P. crew (camera-
men Raoul Excellent, TiV
Charles Georges and Report
er Coulanges) made a dash
back to Damien where they
were on hand to record the
arrival of the Dominican
Party at the Agricultural
College. There they were
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Louis Doret who accom-
panied the battery of came-
ras taking shots of the Gen-
eral's arrival at his guest
house in Pacot ... and final-
.ly his meeting with Presi-
dent Magloire at the Palace.
The films were developed
at top speed ... by 6.30 p.m.
they were on their way to
Engraver Peloux. There Hen
ri Price and Gerard Bou-
chereau toiled past 9 o'clock
to prepare cliches of the his-
torical photographs while
morning newspapers were
notified to hold their press-
es. The cliches were too.
late for ,La Phalange-J
which (rolled) at 8 p.m. butY
-Le Matin, received the pic-1
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tures in time for its morning
edition.
Your Reporter, who ac-
companied the S.I.P.P. cara-
van, hereby takes his hat off
to the fast work and quick
thinking. Such efficiency
puts Port-au-Prince in the
rating as a metropolitan
news center. Now that
S.I.P.P. has, pointed the way,
let's hope that others will
follow.

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aHAITI SUN,'


Doctor Antoine Gabriel,
Professor in the Port-au-
Prince College of Dentistry,
:.has been invited to take
part in the first Panameri-
can Dental Congress schedule
ied to open in Buenos Aires
the 4th of May. The con-
ference is being sponsored
by the Argentine Govern-
ient and' the Eva Peron
SFoundation.


Today Sally Kahn is clip-
pering off to Frankfurt,
Germany.
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.Yesterday was the birth-
day of tall handsome Major
Paul Corvington.
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Mrs. Rony Chenet is leav-
ing Tuesday on a health
trip to Europe. In Switzer-
land Mrs. Chenet will visit
her son who is attending
medical school in Lusanne
and meet for the first time
her new daughter-in-law.
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Yesterday marked the wed
ding day for Mile. Lorraine
Vaval and Dr. Henry Ver-
ret who exchanged vows in
the St. Pierre Church at Pe-
.. tionville.
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Herbert Joseph is. now on
his way to Buenos Aires to
s pend a year studying eco-
nomfcs under a scholarship
offered by the Culture Com-
miissn of the 'Argentine
:_Government. The young law
.:: yer left Port au Prince
SThursday for Havana where
he made connections with
Sthe Argentine Air Lines.
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Monday Lt. Daniel Beau.
voir of the Police Dept. cele-
o. brated his f&te.
POi -:0:-r hf
,. Point Four, Ch(if ,


. Haiti Vance Roger went to
-New York Thursday on a
special m:.air-n.

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Easter over and the gay
time attending the social
functions surrounding Gene-
ral Hector Trujillo visit,
Miss Ginette Sendral is
returning to school in the
Dominican Republic today.
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Numa Rigaud and his
young son Jacques put their
little beige and chocolate
coloured Renault in storage
yesterday and flew -to the
States.
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Claire Paul of the Public
Health Dept. is heading for
New York today to learn
the latest methods of
"Child Care.,

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The charming Mile Claude
Chapoteau will march down
the aisle of the Sacred Heart
Church of Turgeau at 6.30
p.m. next Thursday to be-
come the bride of Felix
Mombeleur.
-:0:-
Miss Garthe Cardozo. is
returning to school in Kings
ton today after Easter here
with her family of the Beau.
Site.
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,Holidayn cameraman Ro
ger Coster is going back to
New York today ... his next
assignment .for the colour-
ful pages of that top notch
magazine is: Springtime in
northern Greenland.'
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Jamil Handal of the Port-
au-Prince Handals flew to
New York yesterday.
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Miss Georges Dallemand's
residence in Ruelle Roy was
the scene- of a gay party
Thursday evening marking
the end of Easter holidays
for the Jeune filles aClass
II, of the Sacre Coeur.
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Married Wednesday morn
ing at 10.30 at the Sacre
Coeur were Leslie Bogat and
-Ruby Laraque. The tall
handsome couple were at-
tended by Mrs. Pierre Mer-
ceron, the bride's sister, and
Henri Borno. The bride
was dressed in a lovely sal-
mon-pink suit and- the bride


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groom, a dark blue suit. The
newly weds are honeymoon-
ing at the family house in
Kenscoff. They will make
their home in Gros Morne.
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The General Paulino wis-
hes to thank all who assisted
him in retriving and securing
his right gold crusted ,epau
let, that drooped and fell
during the Ball at the Pala-
ce and the following night
at El Rancho..
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Madame Ludovic Chancel
- the wife of the French
Ambassador to Haiti -
stepped aboard a plane last
Monday with her three chil-
dren for a vacation in'her
homria,:d. The num-erous
-French 'and Haitian friends
of the charming member of
the diplomatic set were at
the airport to bid her ,Bon
Voyage and -c Bientot.,,

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Yesterday Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Heurtelou left by
PAA clipper to spend the
summer in Europe. Business
at the -Tout Petit Store,
will continue as usual and
customers can expect to see
some Qf Europe's best mer-
chandise flown 'into its
shelves this summer.
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Saturday was Lt. Max
Buteau's birthday.
-:0:-
Mrs. Frank Wilson' and
Mile Simone Georges re-
turned Thursday from at
tending a three week course
on how the tepresenta-
tive of the world's largest
mail order company should
operate etc. at the Phila-
delphia headquarters of
Sears Roebuck.
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Merchant Joseph Hage is
.leaving for Havana today.
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Gerard P6trus is renewing
acquaintances with his old
friends in Port-au-Prince af-
ter six years of study in the
United States. The energetic
and studious young man has
a brand new degree in Busi-
ness and Civic Administra-
tion from the City College
of New York.
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Back to New York to
morrow after a visit of twc
years tb his homeland fly,
Rene Civil.
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Jorge Sorondo, secretary
of the Argentine Embassy
here for the past six months
is returning to Buenos Aires
in two weeks time. Jorge


Pierre Liautaud is back from
a short visit to New York.


will be seeing his homeland
for the first time in six i
years .During that time he 1
has been posted to Egypt,
Switzerland and Canada.
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Bill Vrooman of Thor- I
land International Club flew
to New York yesterday.
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Sunday, it's a double reason
for celebrating 'jn the
Georges Archer household. (
It's Georges birthday and I
tomorrow it's their wedding
anniversary ... happily mar- t
ried in "Tete de L'eau, for
these past eight years.
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Alice'Mirambeau went to
New York on Saturday.
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Married at the Sacre Coeur
Thursday evening were Mile
Ghislaine' Sion and Gerard
Bouchereau. Bestman was
the bridegroom's brother
George and the matron of
honour the bride's sister,
Mrs. George Bertrand. In
white organdie were .the
bridesmaids Sabine and
Gladys Meicier,.Ginette Bou
'chereau and Colette Fils
Aiie.
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Raymond Le Goff took
the plane'to Paris yesterday.
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When Cameraman Ti
Charles dropped a flash bulb
on the polished Palace floor
at Thursday night's Ball he
thought his career ended and
Sso did a lot more people.
-:0:-
Tomorrow is Selma Pe-
: ters birthday. Selma i to
Smarry Maurice Sorel short-
Ily.
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Ann Martino went to
Miami yesterday.
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A bazaar will be held at
'the Methodist school May
3rd to raise funds for the
new Methodist Church. The
Public is cordially invited...
Sand T. J. Grant will make
i a personal appearance.
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Arthur Becthtel and wife
SAdelaide of the U.S. Govern
ment Experimental Rubber
Plantation at Marfranc near
. Jeremie bid a'fond farewell
Thursday a nd Clippered
s home to Maryland to await
reassignment. Arthur, sorry
to leave says the backwoods
Sof Nicaragua. probably will
be hbs home for the next
s two years. I
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Mrs. Claire Page will ac-
company her nephew Am-
bassador' Marcel Fombrun
Tuesday when he returns to
his post in Havana, Cuba.
Dean th L-:0:-aw ch
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On Thursday's Kingston.
bound plane were Mr. Elias
Noustas, Antoine Ha4gal
and Mr. and Mrs. Moussa
Talamas,. off to the, vwd'.
ding of Rene Talamasr and
Miss Marie Handal. The.
ivedding takes place toda ,
at the Hofy Rosary Ch wlt"
n Kingston.

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Mrs. Victor Coicou, wife.
of the Vice President of tl..
National Bank is leavi:
Tuesday on a health trip:to.
the U. S.
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Wishes for a speedy recov.
ery to Michele Baussan wibov
has been in bed for the pqst
twb weeks with tonsiliis.

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'Dr. Athemas Bellerive,-
director of the Public Health
Service' is.going to parist
Tuesday.

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Wealthy Port-au-Prince
heiress Renee Dannis is fly-
ing to Europe next Sunday.

Mrs. Fran-k Cardozo of
the Beau Site Hotel is flytag -
to Havana this week.
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Druggist Joseph Valm
returned from Have
Thursday. 'l
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Gladys Bogat .of the Mi!
ami Consulate arrived .d
town last Saturday ... pre-
isent- at brother Leslie's Wel-
ding and the whirl of si
functions surrounding 'i
visit of General Hecior Tolr
jillo. '

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-One of the most beautiful(
double weddings witnessed
at the Cathedral NotreW
Dame took place last "t
ing. Miss Yvonne G.i
wed Jean Block and brother
Raymond Gerdes wed Cari-
dad Nicolas. They were'
corted to the altar
young ajeunes fillesu-bt '
maids dressed in white 4r-
gandie. '

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Happily honeymooning
up the mountains are M.
and Mrs. Moy Hogarthb,
were married last evening' .
the Sacre Coeur. ,'?







Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ti
George Leger last Thursday
evening ... a beautiful girt
...bouncing on the scalek-.at
a healthy ten pounds. Mrs.
Leger, the former Jonjou
.Carrie and daughter are re-.
ported doing nicely.


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Levelt offered a dinner
dance in his honour.
lI' the second major ad-
'dress made during his visit,
General Trujillo pledged
that if he wins the Domini-
can elections next May, he
will do everything in his po-
,wer to maintain the rela-
tions of frank cordiality that
~ao exist between Haiti
and the Dominican Republic
... to see that they are con-
ducted along a plan of reci-
procal benefits and mutual
Vmderstanding of the needs
of both peoples.
Thursday
At-8 a.m. Thursday morn
ing .the visiting Dominicap
delegation were driven to
Kenscoff and later stopped
at the Perchoir for the uVin
d'honneur, offered by the
Under-Secretary of Interior
Roland Lataillade.
,At 3.30 p.m. at. a special
Ceremony, President Ma-
gloire decorated General
Trujillo with the Grand
Cioix Plaque D'Or of the
NaiEfoJnal Order of Honor
'and Merit,
SAt 4 p.m. the distinguish-




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ed visitor took his place on
the reviewing stand at the
Champ de Mars where, un-
der the command of Colonel
Woolley, two battalions of
troops from the Casernes
Dessalines smartly went
through their military paces.
A thousand or more specta-
tors gathered to watch the
review held under a cloudy
afternoon sky with the Pal-
ace Orchestra under the lead
'ership of Capt. Jn-Baptiste
providing martial music.
During the course of the
ceremony the following.
members of the Dominican
delegation were decorated
with the National Order of
Honor and Merit: Colonel
Rafael Trujillo Martinez,
Chief Inspector of the Donii-
nican Air Force received the
Grand Cross with the Silver
Medal.
Brigadier Generals Felix
Hermida and Jose Garcia
Trujillo were named Grand
Officers as was Commadore
Cesar de Win Lavandier.
Colonel Maximo Boneti
Burgos, Dominican Chief of
Police received the title of
Commander and Major Ma-
nuel Garcia Baez was ap-


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pointed an Officer in the Na
tional Order.
Following the military re-
view, President Magloire in-
vited General Trujillo to
walk with him across the
park to the Rex Cafe an
air-conditioned haven -
where champagne toasts
were drunk. People throng-
ed to the windows for a
peek at the informal coma-
jaco-pi6-vette n an sillage
raderie that reigned within.
Shouts of ,Vive Magloire,
rang through the air. When
the President departed, he
stopped to greet an old
friend, Lionel Bermingham,
and enjoyed a jolly conver-
sation. It added another
pleasant note to an already
pleasant afternoon.
Thursday evening Gene-
ral Trujillo made a tour of
the Exposition Grounds ...
glittering in a necklace of
lights Then he went on to
the equally glittering Pal-
ace where a Grand Ball was
being given in his honour.
Since General Trujillo shar-
es the President's love of
dancing, it was a golden op-
portunity for them both.
What handsome figures they
cut on the ballroom floor ...
the Dominican General in
his gold-crusted uniform and


'the Haitian Chief of State
in a beautifully cut tail suit.
President Trujillo's person-
al orchestra was flown from
Ciudad Trujillo to Port-au-
Prince for the occasion. It
alternated numbers with'
two Haitian Bands.
4 sumptuous dinner add-
ed to the enjoyment of the
more than 500 guests who
danced past 2 a.m. It was
the Party of the Year.

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Friday
Friday evening, Domini-
can Ambassador and Ma-
dame Aybar reciprocated for
the week of Haitian hospi-
tality with a large Dinner-
Dance'at the Hotel El Ran-
cho. The weather man seem
ed to know that it was a very.
special night and he didn't
spoil the party, providing
the only rainless evening in
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:-,eeks. Some three hundred
guests danced their favourite
: Dominican and Haitian me-
-,r.iigues on the circular 'pa-
AiO bordering the sparkling
Spol ... and walked through
: tlte spacious grounds glow-
ing with lights hidden in the
flower decked shrubbery.
;. e party was reported to
be the largest Dinner -
SDance ever held at El Ran-
ycho. It certainly was a
; highlight in the popularity
Sqf the Dominican Ambassa-
Sr who has done so much
4ing his tenure to cement
.itions between oum two
iiehbouring Republics.

: W~p the members of the
i sating Dominican delega-
i~.t:on departed for their
homeland early yesterday
i. morning. they carried
with them the knowledge
that the Good Neighbour
C "Policy is workable ... that
the courtesies exchanged be-
.: tween gentlemen are effec-
S"tive when exchanged be-
i' tween nations as well.


I THE DOMINICAN
DELEGATION

f Here is a list of the 12
other Dominican Officials
Swho accompanied General
Trujillo on his recent visit.
M. Virgilio Diaz Ordoniz,
SSecretary of State of Foreign
,C Relations.

Brigadier General Felix
S-Hermida, Chief of the Air
l^ Force.
.:' Brigadier General JQse
aGarcia Trujillo O.G.M.M.
SM. Manuel de Moya Alon
-so, Civil Gover4or of the
District of Santo-Domingo.
Cc. Brigadier General Ansel-
eIo Paulino Alvarez.
SCommodore C e sa r d o
Windt Lavandier, "Chief of
ithe Navy.
A M. Fanz Baehr, Under-
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Secretary of State of the In-
terior.
M. Jamil Isaias, Under-
Secretary of State of the Pre-
sidency. /
Colonel Maximo Bonetti
Burgos, Chief of National
Police.
Dr. German Ornis Cois-
cou.
Major Manuel M. Garcio
Urbaez.
M. Pedro Pureilo Pena,
Chief of Protocol.



BEACHIOMBER


As the last edition of the
,Haiti Sun, was going to
press last Saturday, the
cream of Port-au-Prince so-
ciety was gathering at the
Place Boyer for one of the
most brilliant reception of
the year. The hosts were
M. and Madame Robert Na-
dal ... the guests of honour,-
President and Madame Paul
Magloire.
When* the Presidextial
couple arrived at 8.30 p.m.,
xhey were accompanied by
the Minister of the Presi-
dency, Mauclair Z7phirin
and Madame Z6phirin, the
sister of the First Lady.
A host of military, gov-
ernimental and social leaders!
partook af .t he champagne,
ehe famWous boniet,, pride and joy of
Maison aal and the
many del4%ges y r;h filled
a long buffet.

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The morning coffee boys
at IL1a J, ,reole came close
to switching to rhum Fri-
day Vhen a lady ap-
peared with hair the
colour qf which is still un-
der debate ... but it's a sort
of Gold orange tange-
rine cindle colour ... the
young lady is at present star-
ring'at Choucoune and the
Rex.


'Mary Boswell Weds
Victor Aybar In
Beautiful Ceremony

The Sacred Heart Church
of Turgeau was filled to
overflowing last Wednes-
day evening for one of the
most breathlessly beautiful
weddings in the history of
our Capital.
To the right of the rose-
banked altar sat President
Magloire, and members of
his Cabinet.
To the left, ranged the de-
1egation of Dominican offi-
cials. The scarlet-clad Arch
bishop of Port-au-Prince,'
Monseigneur Le Gouaze,
took his seat overlooking
the altar.
Then to the swelling notes
of the organ, a quartet of
bridesmaids in white tulle
began their walk up the
aisle. Monique Villedrouin,
Ghislaine and Elsa Scutt and
Jacqueline Godefroy looked
'lovely in their bouffante
gowns but the crowd could
not repress an actual gasp
of admiration at the pic-
t-uresque beauty of the bride,
Mile. Mary Boswell. Her
white gown had two inserts
of accordion pleated tulle
on each side of the fall skirt
and a train of Dentclle lace.
A little Juliet cap rested on
her blonde hair, partially
hijden.hy an illusionn vcil.:
She was Aed sto the altar
by General Hecmtor Trujilbo,
$ookLgs: respleodonit i hAis
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From the world of Den-
tistry comes word of the
marriage ca the 24th of po-
pular Dr. Carlo -Mevs to
pretty Ss Mene p e-
Lquis of Bainet.
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Mrs. Leo Meyer is taking
a plane to New York on t
27th and from New York a
ship to Europe ... Mrs. $ey-
ers' destination is Brehem,
Germany. In July husband
Leo of Pharmacy fame will
fly along with daughter
Greta and sons Hans and


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change of the sacred vows
Sacre Coeur

white uniform with gold
braid. Unfortunately the
matron of honour, Madame,
Paulino, was caught in a.
traffic jam which delayed
her 15 minutes after the
start of the ceremony. How-
ever she wrade her appear-
ance at the altar looking
poised and lovely in a black
lace mantilla. Little Mile.
Destouches who carried the
wedding ring on a satin
cushion and her small escort
Serge Klang, carried out
their role in the ceremony
with demure precision.
SThe -sacrgd vows were-
;exchanged before Father
Naiuin, .Cure of the .Sacre
Coeur, wi, deliveredl the


before Father Nantin at the


wedding address. T'en the
bridegroom '- Victor Ay-
bar led the bride-before
the' Archbishop to receive
his'blessing. After the cere-
mony the glowing youag
couple received the congrp-
tulations of President Ma-
gloire ... who was first to
sign as witness to the wed-
ding.
A reception given by the
bridegroom's father, the Do-
minican Ambassador to Hai-
ti, was held at his residence
in Petionville. Later the 4is-
tinguished Dominican dele-
gation went on to the Ca-
bane Choircouhe to attend
the ball given in their hon-
our by General Levelt.


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fanly are elected to re-
a rl'y ,?;"P T g ', *.
turn to Port at he begin-
ning of October.

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Porfirio Rubirosa and Pre
sident Trujillo's son did not
come over, and join the vis-
iting Dominican delegation
as was previously arranged.
Incidentally Senor Rubirosa
is at present rumoured div-
ing from his specially out-
fitted yacht for sunken Span
ish treasure off the coast of
the Dominican Republic.
Maybe he found sbme trea-
sure this week.
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M. Philippe Cantave ar-
rived home for a visit last


Monday from the Canadian
capital of Ottawa, where he
serves as Consul-General of
the Haitian Legation. He
will pass some days in Port-
au-Prince before heading
back up North.

Tuesday Lt. Jonathas Jn-
Baptiste celebrated iis fte..

Mrs. Clarence Moody miss.
ed Wednesday's plane and
caught Thursday's for Ha-
vana.
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Dr. Louis Petit is flying
to France Tuesday. The well
known Doctor is going to
attend a medical convention .
in Switzerland.


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Reap Bribe Harvest
Off Haitian Workers
A top official of the Cu-
ban Government has an-
nounced the dismissal of all
the immigration inspectors
who operated in the eastern
province of Cuba during the
sugar cane harvest. They
had been found guilty of
charging Haitian labourers
8.24 dollars instead of 6.24
dollar: for entrance permits
... keeping the 2 dollars dif-
ference for themselves.
The move was the result
of a protest made by the
Haitian Ambassador in Ha-
vana 'ho moved to protect
the rights of the Haitian
emigrants hired to work in
the cane fields, The Cuban
Minister of the Interior --
Dr. Ramon Hermida -- said
the Ha;iian protest had been
'n\vestigated and (oun.1 ac-
curate. He explained the
unscrupulous- officials vwere,
not discharged earlier be-
cause the mass firing would
have paralyzed the Cuban
tax collections during the
sugar harvest.
It :s aood to kn w that
'he rights of the Haitian
workers are being guarded
so well by diplomatic repre-
sentatives.


ARRIVES TOMORROW

A 16 year old girl who
recently won the title aMiss
Jamaica 1952 Body Beauti-
ful in the Jamaica Athletic
Association Contest, has chos
en Haiti as her vacation
spot.


The Ladies Have
their ,Say,
The Congress of The Fem-
inine League for Social Ac-
tion produced four days of
lively speeches and discus-
sions last week in the Hai-
tian-American Institute. The
Sessions opened on Pan-
American Day with an ad-
dress by the Secretary of Na-
tional Education, M. Joseph
Charles. Other speakers in-
cluded Charles de Catalogne
and Laurore St. Jusre.
Tuesday the talks center-
ed about the theme of pre-
paration of women for their
,role in the world. Madame
Pierre Montas, professor at
the Normal School spoke on
t he contribution women
play in the development of
education. Mile. Circee Dou
yon, French teacher at the
Normal College also made
an address. M. Marcel Des-
roches presented an inter-
esting study comparing va-
rious systems of adult edu-
cation and Madame Rene
Durocher spoke on coopera-
tion between teachers and
parents. Other speakers in-
'cluded. Mme Marcelle Pierre
Castel in the role of the mo-
ther in education; Mme.
Marie Louis Barton on Ju-
venile Delinquants and M.
Paul Jaume, UN expert, on
adult illiteracy.


On winning the title she',
was: awarded a free trip to9
one of a long list of coun-I
tries by Martii's Tours of
Kingston.
Southerland Tours have
been entrustgd with the care
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lame Aybar, President Magloire, Madame Pailino, Gen-
'ral Trujillo, .Madame Paul Magloire iAd 'the Chilian
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'2013-08-16T03:57:06-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:55:06-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile15'
b4659690efb049df7e8b78a00e424f2d
de8f3192ca0e11d06f64ffbcd2f3070e44292774
'2013-08-16T03:58:15-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:57:05-04:00'
virus check
'51011904' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile16' 'sip-files00006.tif'
6cdbae774483d6a85acf0f710b72a20f
4b34d0f21c0cf00c9f17e5a10487d666e45e93c9
'2013-08-16T03:57:31-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:55:49-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile17'
6cdbae774483d6a85acf0f710b72a20f
4b34d0f21c0cf00c9f17e5a10487d666e45e93c9
describe
'2013-08-16T03:55:21-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile18'
6cdbae774483d6a85acf0f710b72a20f
4b34d0f21c0cf00c9f17e5a10487d666e45e93c9
'2013-08-16T03:58:10-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:56:55-04:00'
virus check
'52829896' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile19' 'sip-files00007.tif'
32756e825db038f28f5e991beae81342
15aa84445928ad2561acb1afcdb853a7a70a32a2
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile2'
224959e4cdbb14a7a1e965b59102d8a9
140ff1b7766069ed5d6b44954a96f644ff8377d3
'2013-08-16T03:57:22-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:55:32-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile20'
32756e825db038f28f5e991beae81342
15aa84445928ad2561acb1afcdb853a7a70a32a2
'2013-08-16T03:57:11-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:55:13-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile21'
32756e825db038f28f5e991beae81342
15aa84445928ad2561acb1afcdb853a7a70a32a2
describe
virus check
'51670284' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile22' 'sip-files00008.tif'
b9cbf967879e6b5b9bfabd1d3e6f5d03
c3c747c88c6eecccf8cb7b16faa27784321de4a2
'2013-08-16T03:58:02-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile23'
b9cbf967879e6b5b9bfabd1d3e6f5d03
c3c747c88c6eecccf8cb7b16faa27784321de4a2
'2013-08-16T03:57:40-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:56:07-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile24'
b9cbf967879e6b5b9bfabd1d3e6f5d03
c3c747c88c6eecccf8cb7b16faa27784321de4a2
'2013-08-16T03:57:42-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:56:10-04:00'
virus check
'52388864' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile25' 'sip-files00009.tif'
d3304500c17363810c14e9aa2da5ec56
a83c15e174ae38e61caf377889935fb7794ed983
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile26'
d3304500c17363810c14e9aa2da5ec56
a83c15e174ae38e61caf377889935fb7794ed983
'2013-08-16T03:57:44-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:56:14-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile27'
d3304500c17363810c14e9aa2da5ec56
a83c15e174ae38e61caf377889935fb7794ed983
'2013-08-16T03:57:46-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:56:16-04:00'
virus check
'49738116' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile28' 'sip-files00010.tif'
1aa8d2bdd93b03e3310e3bdb1af48da8
76df7a2c7b53d50831f54a58672010cedac129f2
'2013-08-16T03:57:13-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:55:17-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile29'
1aa8d2bdd93b03e3310e3bdb1af48da8
76df7a2c7b53d50831f54a58672010cedac129f2
describe
'2013-08-16T03:55:41-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile3'
224959e4cdbb14a7a1e965b59102d8a9
140ff1b7766069ed5d6b44954a96f644ff8377d3
'2013-08-16T03:57:18-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:55:27-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile30'
1aa8d2bdd93b03e3310e3bdb1af48da8
76df7a2c7b53d50831f54a58672010cedac129f2
'2013-08-16T03:57:25-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:55:39-04:00'
virus check
'53554064' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile31' 'sip-files00011.tif'
07696c8609110cbec51ffb21fac64942
e878021fab95a46b96dbb8704dee95e736efc499
'2013-08-16T03:57:49-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:56:24-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile32'
07696c8609110cbec51ffb21fac64942
e878021fab95a46b96dbb8704dee95e736efc499
'2013-08-16T03:57:37-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:55:59-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile33'
07696c8609110cbec51ffb21fac64942
e878021fab95a46b96dbb8704dee95e736efc499
'2013-08-16T03:57:29-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:55:46-04:00'
virus check
'52994444' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile34' 'sip-files00012.tif'
e4fb4c7c6a095a7d4014af7ff183b9ce
ec7cc22cf6c8bfb22766b883d3c6818da3063dfd
describe
'2013-08-16T03:56:46-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile35'
e4fb4c7c6a095a7d4014af7ff183b9ce
ec7cc22cf6c8bfb22766b883d3c6818da3063dfd
'2013-08-16T03:57:36-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:55:56-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile36'
e4fb4c7c6a095a7d4014af7ff183b9ce
ec7cc22cf6c8bfb22766b883d3c6818da3063dfd
'2013-08-16T03:57:23-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:55:37-04:00'
virus check
'2176966' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile37' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
556483a388eeb9c20579895cd8727b7d
0d0bb71de5cc82b5bbffdd35c273ac286c9e6860
describe
'2013-08-16T03:55:53-04:00'
virus check
'2145513' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile38' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
b8b3723ae3740eb2f74f12da09b800da
8ba312dae169c2bd86653ee87b210670ebf655c2
describe
virus check
'2219517' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile39' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
63e189f9722603428cadb01d8791339e
08775493d2a776f9cd0da42344d1b230a2ce052f
describe
virus check
'51507696' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile4' 'sip-files00002.tif'
426882100e9ab3500494897eff1ba830
1024b87c6f375d5730e617f50112636f0a79100f
'2013-08-16T03:57:47-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:56:21-04:00'
virus check
'2104127' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile40' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
e6422cc2a093ef9f2071339d580fa676
e55b79ccb3afdcae48e01a3bf26e39afbd5b75bf
'2013-08-16T03:57:59-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:56:39-04:00'
virus check
'2199804' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile41' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
8877d8370bf3385d2194d8571dd04eb1
3786b8482db645f5de01a7b1e9e2b3ffa2ef1043
describe
virus check
'2124866' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile42' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
e02fd8c5434c847fcd6d7e3657194d18
f7576f9e822207ca4a2164abc389f7d75bbc01a2
describe
virus check
'2200616' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile43' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
ee9a1ee01d48aac1721a49cb01f38050
570980c2c2f103694a98fb7e5f2cb342aa9801eb
describe
virus check
'2152268' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile44' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
c17f2f33a17d8d10129348e382f167a0
1d2699edc61defb47fe957a69b4015395103d14f
describe
virus check
'2182289' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile45' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
7bbb9d9a738dd4f80d7051eb4e101373
b323fb42262fd50a176b1d45a558159a23c66156
describe
virus check
'2071789' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile46' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
c715382f0e07e4e44eb06fdc5825cf37
bd7e84d7360f334498ab37eac0bc604a10b7a159
'2013-08-16T03:57:32-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:55:50-04:00'
virus check
'2230766' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile47' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
5d86c5133e9bb405a287d0c1d3d03eac
28fc3470d1c08318144c4a2be124591b3ed6fc10
describe
virus check
'2207493' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile48' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
c9e5d03f723f993f851d8bb347d04ba8
7cc44b37df5f9ed18f045dc0e26026ef9a15ddbd
describe
virus check
'782370' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile49' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
012d35f36fc7903a887f76fb26305aaa
c45c293e924ee50118b36a523096e084c6380ed6
'2013-08-16T03:57:55-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:56:34-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile5'
426882100e9ab3500494897eff1ba830
1024b87c6f375d5730e617f50112636f0a79100f
'2013-08-16T03:57:54-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:56:33-04:00'
virus check
'86809' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile50' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
33daa317564ea38ac916d1688e2872ad
34c7bbbc7f3109e7fa8e8d75bbb0fdf0ecfa0fdf
describe
virus check
'833272' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile51' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
1e50e9cfc478a11940d238b373a1420c
8da87c209215b1f61aa29df4324137c2ec3c44fb
describe
virus check
'97234' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile52' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
9907bd4b60ca6dc2a625dcd73d5833a5
6e8e69a0032764bf8468ef1ed76b7a192c550910
describe
virus check
'750525' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile53' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
0ad454ac6290deb931521709f90b8d18
1b6c736462868d90f0e77f791f77e6591e9bcdc4
describe
'2013-08-16T03:56:17-04:00'
virus check
'84853' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile54' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
23094266ef47a6cb258a5f71caaed810
1930bae2e7438ff900dc0e8c4baf383631750055
describe
virus check
'825831' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile55' 'sip-files00004.jpg'
7524d0ee8d314f7f207463b1946deea2
47f1596389c1751f56dedc44eca51d7b0e192222
describe
'2013-08-16T03:55:18-04:00'
virus check
'95408' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile56' 'sip-files00004.QC.jpg'
e0d7936b7cd278a70ed0545d145ac4fb
2d25967706e30e702301212246120381939e5f6d
describe
virus check
'714862' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile57' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
28275b59cde925f7725627aab1928a98
3d8751f217f83d46612ddd20ae3d828740c41144
describe
virus check
'88967' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile58' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
de627c616d9984ca755fab57d88f34f6
1b1f48b8b8001a7521d85a4905717445f32c954a
describe
virus check
'799043' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile59' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
b5fb2cbaf07d6112859644d23fd33958
796358dc7e5fdd3b8c58f6ec3f153c6e228b4399
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile6'
426882100e9ab3500494897eff1ba830
1024b87c6f375d5730e617f50112636f0a79100f
'2013-08-16T03:57:58-04:00'
describe
virus check
'94239' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile60' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
aca19c95bba77b167630d3ad0cfb2a5d
f25743ba17a2a2fcd6dbbd9e910e092e464db5bc
describe
virus check
'742114' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile61' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
c64fe2a16c4fe5c965fad19a1983af37
c3959f93fdcda90a845666e24ca3ac18b3fcdc60
describe
virus check
'83420' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile62' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
c05df97865a73714f8b66fe71d1f10fc
af60cc78895a49c9fa3749e2f840eee74bacbbbb
describe
virus check
'672083' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile63' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
e8e1ee8aa7377adcdf2cc2dcfe2fb26b
9fa39cbb3cbf4afdeead6efc5437e738dd4341b1
describe
virus check
'83311' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile64' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
e1973a39e2d435caa27b98b936f10c92
f8655017676287729a8bd9d26b4161cae796af58
describe
virus check
'860193' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile65' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
152168196024124fb18db442fb42c412
e9387179ea0ddfcaf4adb210ba627b1e4215ad03
'2013-08-16T03:57:41-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:56:08-04:00'
virus check
'91495' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile66' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
75cdd68e918780e8109781a7abbb80a3
a186b7a80b3f44c7b632e982bce1cbd6d15d4082
describe
virus check
'776189' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile67' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
9760b94b78a2974006fc46589313dc68
24cf232c3bd3b72b196307a1099629875bd942f4
describe
virus check
'93656' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile68' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
8a43347a3d46818276ca9b504061349e
56a2b18805c4635a17cb307ecccb559a57cdb9b9
describe
virus check
'853488' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile69' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
e8860fbc40a98ce19a6d46dd5ca0f091
1d828e1db042d3294dec90e22f65ad2033a827f6
describe
virus check
'53282672' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile7' 'sip-files00003.tif'
20763b8b8e466d01ff6dad35248ab0c7
568d2b46a03916232eb8cb1608bfb3d3d982ab73
'2013-08-16T03:58:07-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:56:50-04:00'
virus check
'94200' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile70' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
12367f0e8e90607c9c08fb0bcb45b98d
24233de1cde43e515e2f1c5ba70c79813004fa6b
'2013-08-16T03:57:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'723059' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile71' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
4ca65c16377a0ed33a9ac322798ecad0
8f1f878b6172f41ada59ecd2e8fe107ea3814fdf
describe
'2013-08-16T03:55:30-04:00'
virus check
'83669' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile72' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
032c43dd2a980dae462a1f290b7f4dd8
2517c05dab02dfe9d31898fcc061dbff801184d3
describe
virus check
'33112' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile73' 'sip-files00001thm.jpg'
2a61f888e1289ac1240e578abc04806b
a05541f3cabffff3f4ed90f1fce0efbd0739bf3e
describe
virus check
'36592' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile74' 'sip-files00002thm.jpg'
5c54ca6189e031da99c7c1951f50acff
e701d23a3edd2bfc832a797732d825dea16689f5
describe
virus check
'32336' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile75' 'sip-files00003thm.jpg'
3fd96121f3de17359076fba1d177eba8
59e80dd0436598735f997952eb06678b876ae445
describe
virus check
'34864' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile76' 'sip-files00004thm.jpg'
a51e2d7014e1b18fbc210dbc10973294
9e8ee1e5f5e169a22f620212cae91d6fd8d79767
describe
virus check
'35323' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile77' 'sip-files00005thm.jpg'
ede336e594a719d3f047fd84c7c79b0a
3367e6369f292a335a9c9dda701b1fc4c3c46924
describe
virus check
'35629' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile78' 'sip-files00006thm.jpg'
ab5b2c6d65f3922be82fcdf9a41d579d
45d61d5bbd8a9c5a7dea3d89f82f57a70087f001
describe
virus check
'33239' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile79' 'sip-files00007thm.jpg'
ee2027b36e4a024299d45ce246d2e89c
f7e30367ed4a5e4c3155a2048b138a77b7e9f6c2
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile8'
20763b8b8e466d01ff6dad35248ab0c7
568d2b46a03916232eb8cb1608bfb3d3d982ab73
'2013-08-16T03:58:09-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:56:52-04:00'
virus check
'33666' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile80' 'sip-files00008thm.jpg'
c57842db60f83486c1a358eb640e0a02
18611ee1fd77d361d358f799c053d9ede8f6ff28
describe
virus check
'32804' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile81' 'sip-files00009thm.jpg'
da242c6bab7e2452bee2888678885a83
e095ffa1d85aa8e4a633bc6631d563cf18dba6fa
describe
virus check
'35877' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile82' 'sip-files00010thm.jpg'
89c525687e8e8ad18af6af45375a8d37
5f35358bc311028ae39c9805788c1de29b9120c4
describe
virus check
'34854' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile83' 'sip-files00011thm.jpg'
4b94866a748afb02eaf986a26720a0d5
ce80285f10d3b8949ea0cbbc70b79aa8cfce56e9
describe
virus check
'32810' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile84' 'sip-files00012thm.jpg'
466d621b83dfb21a71a7e18594bf59d0
0f7dbbaeec1ee2fbf24eba709ade953414231f6e
describe
virus check
'170671' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile85' 'sip-files00001.pro'
bfd74a1c92d3f8b2500ef28066f6fc91
bd843c145a4a37c2a21efa006b73583e19ddc537
describe
virus check
'154111' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile86' 'sip-files00002.pro'
a99bec772509f2a69f5beac50c421078
2aa12ecffc624a1cae9d7dd897420a66c42b75cd
describe
virus check
'136939' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile87' 'sip-files00003.pro'
30b464ae3a6b2b6aba060638bbb2aaa6
8b38b849b62346978c6d435c9046f758b81724be
describe
virus check
'178773' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile88' 'sip-files00004.pro'
8a67f065e2f65a37f7a3ff89aec84ef2
c366e8b76d54b8acf83c92b0ee1dc931821670d4
describe
virus check
'61054' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile89' 'sip-files00005.pro'
78e96cdd180c0e678234768707202f62
b70a11b527315a9cb11f58a2214d631bc0b53f93
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile9'
20763b8b8e466d01ff6dad35248ab0c7
568d2b46a03916232eb8cb1608bfb3d3d982ab73
'2013-08-16T03:57:51-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-16T03:56:28-04:00'
virus check
'131830' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile90' 'sip-files00006.pro'
7d473d201f60263186ebaf27c80fbfdd
1185bf1c5dda5e55737c989d492f1dba3f81504f
describe
virus check
'102793' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile91' 'sip-files00007.pro'
b3e1fe79d5a0b71c8b666382ad0fc8a1
117c7d47fa0d36051e32ca0e3ab39644d2948cdd
describe
virus check
'67759' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile92' 'sip-files00008.pro'
d8e94f866a0638d6cb6967df5cd16743
8f8e2f5083b6d4f6681ddaa61b08651ace53ce92
describe
virus check
'240344' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile93' 'sip-files00009.pro'
5d142665b87f6f0ceeaaf665a98a08a9
5fe5f45d370f2a6c191fd3936b63919a1666a040
describe
virus check
'110589' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile94' 'sip-files00010.pro'
8772f57c430600e6f1dd4c74776c24b6
9cd05ad5bc6391fbb77ce2360d57ad78393d321d
describe
virus check
'189750' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile95' 'sip-files00011.pro'
c093a4737dc42bce82529db7a6c83074
f86d407c0e809b00d2e773e99e88b03e1e644f25
describe
virus check
'110848' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile96' 'sip-files00012.pro'
5545c6a655561f972b68331f44b83b77
c5740c524804cac5de8f35ec8963a3ade32cecf6
describe
virus check
'6685' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile97' 'sip-files00001.txt'
b5f80fb7a051a5c230eb600142294dbe
dfe453c3c8f50cbf95c7c4afb5124ff51d39361e
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6409' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile98' 'sip-files00002.txt'
e99cf81d657396c8ee18b5da16e26a57
90f99c5efa84100b324faace959d5d9f0ab42970
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5919' 'info:fdaE97O416PO_2AZSRIfile99' 'sip-files00003.txt'
97145d877316879ca2214dabfa8b918e
1af9b1c402645dd73dc6b469569708f3a1f37a91
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character


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