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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:
AA00015023:00149


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RONY CHENET, Jr.
GERANT RESPONSIBLE


TI-I I-AITLANI ENJGLUIS LANG E~SNfAQAr


VOLUME 11 Port-n-Prince R~publique D'HAITI SUNDAY, AUGUST 31st, 1952 No. 49

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8-year-old- G!Idy-' relaxes after practice. "At
night's ccnca ;r she broughtthe audience to
with rousing ig applausee after each selection.


wlagys Le Oas wins nearrs

Of Music lovers Here


Dressed in a delicate
frock of violet tulle, the 8-
year-old piano prodigy from
Argentine gave her third
and final concert on the
stage of the Rex Theatre
FI Friday night. It was an-
S other amazing performance
based on solid intelligence,
sound musicianship and,
above all, a genuine love for
music.

S In her opening trio of
short works from Bach, tiny
Gladys Le Bas exhibited her
strong technical control as
Swell, as astonishing clarity
and cone colour, though she
had a tendency to exagger-
ate certain accented notes.
In Rameau's Rappel des
Otseaux, Handel's Alleman-
de and Paradisi's Cocata, she
F rida displayed the finesse neces-
their feet sary for the sound interpre-
tation of these difficult lit-


tie pieces.
The second group of
selections' included the popu
(Continued on Page 14)

Duke Ellington
Coming to Haiti

Duke Ellington one of
the world's most famous Ne
gro band leaders is plan-
ning on coming to Haiti at
the beginning of the winter
season. His orchestra will
probably stop in Port au
Prince around three days
during the tour of Latin
America. It's Big News to
his many fans in Our"Rd-'
public and we're predicting
now an Ellington Concert
will be a Sell-out.


PERSONALITY 1
I OF THE WEEK

One of the most pleasant
additions to the Foreign .
Colony's Young Married.
Set are Joan and Dolores
Pala, who came on to the
Port au Prince scene last
January and shortly thereaf.t
ter produced a new citizen
by -the name of John Chris-
topher.
In addition Joan (pro-.
nouhced Wahn) has turned
out very modern paintings
and delightful pieces of
copper sculpture, while Do-
'lores 'is busiy caplinmg.
away on a "novel with a ':
Haitian background.
In spite bf' the fact hat,
the, talented couple's ti-
mna'son on the Reinbold Es- -
(Continued on Page 3)'


Sister Returns Home After

20 Years In Convent Teaching


Hardly had our busy Pre-
sident waved goodbye to
the Nicaraguan Chief of
State last Sunday when he
stepped .aboard a plane to
take the leading role in an-
other major Fete the
Feast of St. Louis Roi in the
ancestral Magloire home at
Quarter M6rin.
The trip to the Cap took
40 minutes much longer
than- usual because the
pilot had to dodge the black
storm clouds over the Cen-r
trpl Plain. At 4.40.p.m. it
swooped to a landing at the
Cap airport, where an im-
mense crowd greeted the
President and his wife with
cheering "vivaits." Great
masses of Capois and pil-
grims from nearby commu-
nities had been waiting
since noon at the Bassin
Haunt D'Eau Bridge for a
glimpse of the Chief of
Sate, who went to the Mar-


gloire house on Rue 6 that
he had restored. There at 6
p.m. the President was host
(Continued on Page 6)

Senator Dejoie Requests
For All Weather Roads


Tuesday morning the Se-
nate passed a resolution
sponsored by Senator Louis
Dejoie asking the Govern-,
ment to begin construction
of the road linking Ennery,
St. Michel, Maissade, Gar-
de Sixieme' The. Senator
stressed the importance of
all-weather roads in build-'
ing the economy of the coun
try. He pointed out that
goods and agricultural pro-
ducts from the Interior
must have a way of reach-
ing ports for export. And
his resolution added that
(Continued'on Page 15)


Youth Drowns In Sea
Suffering Epilepsy

The body of 16-year-old
Sam Sagene was recovered
from the sea near the Hotel
Riviera early this week -
the last act of ,a strange dra-
ma of a boy repeatedly
snatched from the jaws of
tragedy.
Francois was a epileptic.
His aged father who lives
in the Marrissant foothills
sadly recalled the sick boy's
attacks in which he seemed
bent on self destruction..
Once he walked into a fire,
causing burns so severe
that he was in the Hospital
for three months, Many
other times he walked right
over the edges of ravines,
to be carried out with brok
en bones and other injuries.
Last Sunday morning
Francois got up at 6 a.m. as
usual and went to visit his
father's caille. He returned
to the home he shared with
his mother a bit later and
wag suddenly taken with
(Continued on Page 3)


The Thomas Rizk house-
hold in Petionville is a mer-
ry one this week. For the
first time in 20 years all
members of the American
family of Syrian descent are
united under one roof.
Miss Alta Rizk, who
works in the United States
Department of Agriculture,
and her sister Carmen, now
a nun in the Carmelite Or-
'der near Florence, Italy, ar-
rived in Port au Prince Sun-
day by PAA Clipper. More
than 50 members of the
family and old schoolmates
of the girls were on hand to
greet them.
q;ster Maria Speranza ac-
,-"-noanied: Sister Carmela
T'-,rese, 'as' Carmen is now
-illed, on her long voyage
home. Their air trip from
Rome to New York took 27
hours. ,They stayed in the
Rig Town four days and
the gentle nuns got their
first delighted look at the
wonders of television.
Sister Carmela Therese is
the only American citizen
in her convent of Camp Bi-


Sister Carmela Therese


zancio where she teaches
piano, Italian, French, Sew-'
ing and Painting. Her Or-
dIr, of .lCrmelites are non-
iAst &. .Sle e.ok the veil
'in 1934, fulfiJiif the hopes
she had in the dayi when
she was a little school girl
at Notre Dame du Sacre
Coeur. During the war
years she was teaching in
Florence and once was bu-
ried in the ruins of her con-
vent for six hours after a
bomb made a direct hit on
the building.


BERNARD DIEDERICH
EDITOR


Piesident Magloire Takes

Part In Home Town Fete


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iUND SUNDAY, AUGUST 31st


explorer Quartet
'Leave After Filming
Variety Of Subjects

SThe quartet of Massachu-
setts Explorers stepped a-
board a State-bound plane
Friday loaded down with
_.movie film, slides and still
pictures of their adventures
Sin the Haitian tropics.

'In their collection of
three thousand photographs
are many shots of the Lake
Saumatre area where-with
Maurice de Youngs' help -
the group collected pictorial
proof that Haiti boasted a
virtual paradise for visiting
Sportmen both hunters
and fishermen.

In fact Photographer Du
pre laid down his camera
on one occasion to pick up
his gun and blast a croco-
dile.' Got him too, on the
first shot. The picture-tak-
'ers also had a field day on
Iguana Island where they
shot two horned reptiles,
but turned down the idea of
capturing others for house
pets. (The Bogat family
find their pet iguanas a lit-
tle undemonstrative, but ne-
vertheless affectionate en-
ough to have laid some
eggs).


The quartet of Massachuse tts Explorers visit President
of the Republic Paul E. Alagloire.


The Expedition also re-
ported a plentiful supply of
birds and ducks in the Sau-
mirre area and native
fishermen seemed to be en-
joying good catches along
the edge of the lake.
Lecturer Howe, who head
ed the Expedition, later con
ducted another safari on his
own down Christmas Tree
Lane in Martissant. He was
loaded down with photogra-
!phic equipment but had no
comment to make on the
hunting in that area.


The Quartet explaining to Col. Prosper, (the Chief of
Police. the purpose of their trip.
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possesses that distincdon
Sflavour which wil claim
your allegiance froM the first sip.


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Visit Port With
Resort Airlines


Winners


Two pretty contest win-
ners from Miami Beach
swept into Haiti on the Re-
sort Airlineslast Monday
for three days of fun and
frolic. The girls Miss
Beauty and .Miss Popularity
by title Rosalyn Angel
and Marie Corte by name -
were guided abqut town by
Southerland Tours official
Guy Hippolite.
Monday night they attend
ed the Folklore Dance and
later visited the Casino
where they made impromp-
tu speeches over the mikee,
at the request of the Master
of Ceremonies. Later they
journeyed up into the moun
rains and announced they
were so thrilled with their
brief visit that they intend
to come back for a longer
stay their next vacation.
They stayed at the Hotel
Riviera-a regular stopping
point for the Resort Airlines
-Hoaliday Houseparty, trips.
tht includee 'visits to Nassau
and Havana.


MRS. MALVAL HOME
FROM TRINIDAD
FEMINIST CONGRESS
Madame Simone Hippo-
Jite Malval returned last
week from Trinidad where
she was ,a representative
Haiti could be extremely
proud of at a Congress for
Feminine Rights in Port of
Spain. Madame Malval told
delegates of the work done
in Haiti by the Women's
League of Social Action and
also accorded interviews in
two newspapers stressing
the social justice programme
of President Magloire.
The distinguished Femin-
ine Leader also was inter-
viewed by the press in Vene
zuela where she was receiv-
ed by Colonel Rendon Ca-


ri lo, the Secretary of the
Government Junta.
Madame Malval has done
much to give the outside
world a glimpse of the re-
cent strides Haiti has made
on the Road to Progress.


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Ex Lieut. Paul Isaac, now
Director of the Service of
Transport for the Depart-
inent of Agriculture, is back
from his four day visit to
C. T.
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StNDAY, AUGUST 31st



News

Minister of Agriculture
Jules Domond and Under-
Secretary Kernizan returned
to Port au Prince today
from the North-west where
they had, been inspecting
the principal agricultural
projects underway in that
busy region.
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It is reported that UNES
CO will soon hold a Scien-
tific Exhibit, in the Grande
Salle of the City Hall with
the collaboration with the
Department of National
Education' and the Haitian
Commission. The various
apparatus showing the lat-
est progress of modern sci-'
,ence is now on its way to
Port aq Prince. When it ar-
r;ves. the opening date of
the 15-dav Exhibit will be
announced. -'
S-:0:-
Ton members of the dip-
,'Jrnrt:r colony., Gnvernmenit
M;';sterst lawmakers' and
military officials attended al
Solemn. Reneern Mass cele-&
brared 3r the Notre Daime
Cathedral T"uesdav morning
for the rernse of the soul
of Eva Peron, the late First
lady of Argentina. o '
Later the dignitaries of-
Sfered their condolences to
the Charge d'Affaires of the
Argentine Embassy, Dr. Al-
berto F. Aguerro.

He Pr. i "n 'r.in, the
French r'-"' who- has
been here -"-- :he past six
months :'ud,' ";g the possi-
bilities of '-toducing cer-
tain chem;-'s to assist our
crops arn;d : firm, is leav-
ing tombrr.. to return
home. Nlr. Van Lin tra-
velled extensively through-
cut the Republic during his
stay, and along with his
friends the Calmann Levys
have sworn that after
France it's Haiti.
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From our Grand Rue re-
porter: Why is it that a cer-
rain jeune fille 'suddenly
stopped sending to her
sweetheart and his relations
along the street the aaily 10
a.m. bottle of Kola and sand
wiches. Could it be that
she no longer loves him, or
maybe the boss found out.
The relation is complaining
about the loss.


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tate is a ,creative work-
shop,, it alsp doubles as the
scene of a number of good
bamboches. All work and
no play doesn't fit into the
Pala schedule both Joan
and Dolores have an engag-
ing conviviality that is irre-
pressible.

In fact, Your Reporter
quickly revised his ideas of
somber Spanish artists after
being the but of Joan's
'sharp wit. 'The son of a
noted Spanish banking fam-
ily, whose contours resei-
.ble one of his own painting
brushes, has already made a
name for himself in the
World of Art. In his home
city of Barcelona, he played
a major role in launching a
new modern art movement
after the Spanish Civil War.
He joined a group of fellow
painters, scultors and poets
known as "The Eightr
whose 1 9 47 Exhibition
launched a battle in Spanish
cultural circles 'that ended,
[in a victory for modern
art, which had hitherto been
iridulged in almost surrep-
titiously under the frown'
:of the disdainful Spanish
Art World.

In 1948, Joan's. One Man
Show in Barcelona so excit-
ed the visiting President of
the French Art Institute,
that he was given a scholar
sbip to Paris, where he
ta(ed for three years. His
show at the Mirador Gal-
,lery on the Place Vendome
was well-received by the
French critics, who are no-'
'toriously hard to please.
And later his exhibit in
New York's AFI Gallery
also caused a stir of interest
in 'the Manhattan Art
SWorld. -
It was in Paris that Joan
met a flashing-eyed dark-,
haired Sorbonne student
names Dol6res De Soro who
was studying (of all things)
Diplomatic History and Po-
litical Science. They were
subjects she planned to use
in the future as a United
Nations Press Officer, a job
that she had held at Lake
Success- New York.
Dolores.is a sort of Uni-
red Nations herself and
switches from English to
Spanish to French with faci-
lity. Her father's family is


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one of the most outstanding
branches of the Colombian
aristor,'acy. Her mother is
Canadian ... and Dolores
herself is American, born in
New York.
After receiving her Jour-
nalis-m Degree from New
York University, she went
,to .work for the France
Press News Agency which
stationed her at the U. N.
Press Bureau a(t Lake Suc-
cess. Later she spent a
year working for thg Uni-
rted Nations Piesr. Division
before going to Paris in
1948. After a two year stint
lof study and travel on the
continent. she returned to
New York to take a post of
Assistant Director of Publi-
city in the French Tourist
Office where she wrote a
monthly magazine of travel
news.


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other career girl decided thd -
road to success can be tVp 2
veiled a deux. She became
Mrs. Joan Pala., ..
Besides, he book, Dolore
keeps her writing hand aim'i
ble by writing columns fr i'o
the show business newspaperA.
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I HAITI SUN, SUNDAY, -AUGUST 31st


Page4

S PARAMOUNT Top
The M
'Sunday Aug. 31 open
3.30 p.m. morni
SL'ILE DE LA TERREUR Haiti's
(9th and 10th) flowir
and a COWlBOY FILM gultk.
(in English) and 1(
6.00 and 8.30 p.m. oueue
ON VA SE FAIR SON- county
NER LES CLOCHES the fe
(in French) ing th
With Clifton Webb, Joan ettes i
Benmett, Robert Cumings of WI
and Joan Blondell
M-onday Spt. 1st Drs
6.00 p.m.
LE MANOR DE LA gusti
AINEttend
(in French) Amer
with Larry Parks, Ellen gress.
Drew and George Macready latest
Thera
Tuesday Sept. 2nd Tr
6.00 and 8.15 p.m. spread
SON VA SE FAIRE SON- and t
S NER LES CLOCHES progr
(in French) cutting
with Clifton Webb,' Joan toll.
"Bennett, Robert Cumings, N
and. Joan Iondell
'Wedriesday Sept. 3rtl pay n
6.00 and 8.30 p.m. .
S BRIDE FOR SALE Blond
(in English) E xR
with Claudette Collert,
B George Brent and Robert erp
George Repon
Young p
ing w
Thursday Sept. 4th ing
ingm
6.00 and 8.15 p.m. in
S CAPTIVES A BORNEO with
(in French) ed wc
:i with Claudette Colbert and char
Patrick Knowles pool
"' quote
: Friday Sept. 5th quoe
6.00 and 8.15 p.m.
ON VA SE FAIRE SON-
NER LES CLOCHES
(in French)
with Clifton Webb, Joan
I' Bennett, Robert Cumings
S and Joan Blondell
- Saturday Sept. 6th
6.00 and 8.15 p.m.
L'ILE DE LA TERREUR
(11th 'and 12th)
'and a COWBOY, FILM
(in English)
: Sunday Sept. 7th
3.30 p.m.
L'ILE DE LA TERREUR
.and a COWBOY FILM
(in English)
6.00 and 8.30 p.m.
.LA PROIE
(in, French)
with Victor Mature and
Richard Conte

Rumours seeping across *
.the border say our unmar-
ried neighbour may do it.
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r*' !S1hortly to attend a confer
fi .,ece ot Agricultural Credi
n Guatemala City are Mr.
aMax Vieux and Mile Me
e Florent.


GOVERNESS SEEKS
POSITION
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references, an teach French
and Spanish, is looking for
position as governess. For
j all particulars, phone 2231.


SNews of the Week!
daison Barbancourt re-
d its doors Monday
ng and once more
s favourite beverage is
ig smoothly down the
s of an appreciative
ong-thirsty public. The
in front of the Rum
er reminded one of
revered crowds await-
ieir package of cigar-
or nylons in the days
world War II.
-:0:-
;. Louis Roy and Au-
Sare in Rio de Janeiro
ling the first Inter-
icas Tuberculosis Con-
They will receive the
information on new
py used to combat the
1 of the grim disease
ell the Congress the
ess made in Haiti in
g down the T.B. death

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ational Airlines- will
o dividend this week...
n : their Brain ...
ie Evelyn Turner is on
tended vacation at the
incho. Through an in-
'ter Evelyn told Your
rter that, quote: Hav-
ronderful time ... loos-
ind at El Rancho what
the, Flamboyants spik-
ith 9 star dBrbancourt,
ling management. at.d
side company, un-


Burglars ,at large, take a
tip, don't be fooled by these
largee houses ... Ti Joe took
refuge from the rain Friday
night in one of the Capital's
biggest ... all mahogany ex
cept.for a fur lined bath tub
... cwner is one of the
Gourdest men in town.
What was left of the family
sat down to supper in a
kitchen, to be compared
with the world's best ...
even appertising pictures of
food surrounded the walls,
bur there was something
'lacking and following sup-
per Ti Joe learned what it
was ... FOOD.
The menue galopped as
follows: Water Froid avec
glass, Post Somoza hours
deavers, Dried Onions,
American style, Chiclets un
wrapped ... (a member of
family had returned from
U.S. by PAA). Dessert: In-
-telligent Conversation. Chic
ers wrapped. (Mangos are
out of season). Everyone
talked of waiting for the
montl of October ... for the
r-,cee and charcoal crop to
come in.


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Athletic Sam Scharfer of
Forest Hills, Long Island,
New York in the U.S., a cer
Tified Public Accountant, ar
rived in Haiti three weeks
ago with two Southern Gen
tlemen, Watson and Good-
win for three days of busi-
ness and social observation.
Mr. Scharfer, a man of let-
ters, collector of foreign
stamps, said he has found
the social life of El Rancho
as exciting as the financial
affairs of the Tambour Ci-
garette Co. S.A. He's. plan
ning to return, if he ever
.leaves. Sam and his friends
are guests here at the Villa
Creole in Petionville.
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Ralph U. Bercovici, Vice
'President of the MTTC line,
soon to be married in New
York is expected shortly af-
ter to arrive in Port au
Prince where he will spend
a 2 to 3 month honeymoon
and business stint.
-:0:-
Sam Capleton, a lawyer
from St. Miary, Jamaica, is
currently spending his an-
nual vacation in Port. Stay-'
ing at the Park Hotel on the
Champ de Mars, Sam is, ad-
miring the changes taken
place here since his brief
visits back in 1937.

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.Two coeds from the Uni-
versity College of the West
Indies in Kingston are pass-
ing their vacation in Port
au Prince. Miss Ruby Bruce
and Joan Chin said they
were "enchanted, with Hai
ti and are bisy practicing
their school girl French.
-:0:-
W illiam Alexander
Krauss, a writer well known
in these parts, as he has pub-.
ished articles on Haiti in the
leading U. S. magazines, is
visiting Jacmel this week.
Mr. Krauss is over for a
short vacation faom his post
as U. S. Public Affairs Of-,
ficer in Guatemala City.


Madame El Saieh .went to
New York Tuesday on busi-
ness.
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,Mike, Caolo Domingo,
former Director of Esso
Company here, was in town
this past week on business.
Esso is.keeping Mike on the
hop, his work calls for vis-
its to Bermuda, San Juan,
C. T.. Port-au-Prince and
r.,nh


MAGIC CINE
Sunday August 31
3.00 p.m.
TARZAN AND THE
AMAZONES
(in English)
-with Johnny Weissmuller
6.15 and 8.15 p.m..
THE MYSTERIOUS
DESPERADO
(in English)
with Tim Holt and
Fred Martin
Monday Sept. 1st
6.15 p.n.
NOUS AVONS GAGNE CE
SOIR
in French)
with Robert Ryan and
Ann Baxter
Tuesday Sept. 2nd
6.00 and 8.15 p.m.
LA CITE DE LA PEUR
(in French)
with Dick Powell and
Jane Greer
Wednesday Sept. 3rd
6.15 and 8.15 p.m.
THE MYSTERIOUS
DESPERADO"
(in English)
with Tim Holt and
Fred Martin,
Thursday Sept. 4th
6.15 and 8.15 p.m.
SERENADE A MEXICO
(in French)
with Shirley Temple, Guy
Madison and Franchot Tone
Friday Sept. 5th
6.15 and 8.15 p.m.
THE MYSTERIOUS
DESPERADO
(in English)
with Tim Holt and
S Fred Martin
Saturday Sept. 6th
6.15 ard 8.15 p.m.
GUNGADINE
(in French)
with Douglas Fairbanks Jr.,
Cary Grant, Victor
'MacLaglen
Sunday Sept. 7th
3.00 p.m.
fHE MYSTERIOUS
DESPERADO
(in English)
with Tim Holt and
Fred Martin

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This week's winner of
the bottle of Grant's Scotch
Whiskey is none other than
Dr. Pierre Clermont who
celebrated his fete last Mon-
day. The Doc may arrange
another celebration ... Haiti
Trading Company have pro
vided the ,makings., Each
week they give away a bot-
tle of Grant's Scotch Whis-
key to whoever's birthday
falling during the week. It
is drawn out of the hat in
the -Sun, Office Wednes-
day of each week.
-:0:-
Eddie Larco who along
with his brothers recently
made a successfull launching
of the ,White Rock, bever-
ages on dte local market is
in San Juan on business this
weekend.


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U N A A G S 31 tH A T S U aP ag e 5


From: United States Olympic Committee

August 25, 1952. your knowledge .and enthl
The Honourable Andre siasm and with these ne
F. Chevallier facilities, sport in Hai
Port-au-Prince should make rapid progress
Haiti. Please accept my congrat
Dear Monsieur Chevallier : nations .and best wishes.
Many .thanks for your
friendly message of con- The sad% news of th
gratulations which I found death of Champion Cato
on my desk when I return- comes as a shock, especial
ed from Helsinki a few as I was thinking of him ,
days ago. It was greatly recently. Please extend m
appreciated. sympathy to the family.
I am glad to learn that. Sincerely,
your Magloire Stadium has
been officially opened. With Aver), Brundage,


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BEACHCOMBER


Thursday Jacques St. Lot,
lacques Romain, Maxi Jean
Joseph Gauthier and Basil
Pierre arrived home from
abroad.'

Jim Echols of the Haitian
American Institute welcom-
ed .his family home Wed-


in Richmond .Vir. Wife
Mary 'and sons Robert and
John expressed their joy at
being back. ',*
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From St. Marc Pastor
William Burton, wife and
sen William Jr. and daugh-
ter Gail went to Miami Sat-


nesday 13th from vacation- urday.
ing with the old. folks back -:0:-


The Biekers
Richton Road on Plum
Creek
Crete, Illinois
August 20, 1952.
Editor, Haiti Sun
Port au Prince, Haiti
Dear ,Mr. Diederich,
Thank you so much for
making it Possible for 'us
to keep in intimate touch
with goings-on in Haiti.
We have been enjoying
the reading of your paper
for these many months and
would like very much to re-
imburse the newspaper for
its costs in mailing and so
forth.
We certainly enjoy hav-
ing the ,Sunn and so do all
of our neighbours to whom
we pass along our copies of
the paper.
Personally. I can't wait to
revis.rt jHaiti. My husband,
Herb, and I loved what we
saw of the country. When


......- ... we come again we would
like to see.the Citadel. Also
Don't Buy a Car I .
uwe plan to stay for some
Don't change time when we come again;
First look at, what perhaps even buy some pro-
perty if that is possible.
T We are going to spend
Se HRYSL R Corp. Ithe winter in Mexico this
h e CY L year bu' may see l-Haiti
again in 1954.
HAS TO OFFER ... Thank vnu again for your
courtesies. If there is :ever
Plymouth anything we can do for you
in Chicago district we
Uesoto would be very glad to do,
sCht !

Chrysler Herb join- me in sending
our thanks. Good wishes to
The most familiar you
Yours very truly.
Cai on the Haitian roads. relia Beiker.

The Victor Raonort fam-


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Monday.

'Mario Kuchilan Cuba's-
Walter Winchell,. reporter
for Haiti several times in the
nast three ye.rs. was badly
beaten up in Havana this
oast week.


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Page 6


PRESIDENT TAKES PART
if 0OME TOWN FETE
'Continued from Page 1)

a dinner for he Archbi-
Shop f Port au Prince and
other prelates who had
journeyed to the North to
!2e part in the religious
Fete.
Later the Presidential par
ty set out .on the 10-kilome-
iter route to Quartier Mo-
rin where a Te Deum was
sung in his honour. A gala
crowd of thousands surroun
ded the Chief of State when
he walked through the
streets to the old home of
the Magloires a: the village
rang with the tune of a new
meringue written especially
for its native son.,

The next morning the
Cap became a deserted' city
,as thousands ofthe faithful
trooped to Quartier Morin
to attend the Pontifical
High Mass sung in the
lovely white church of
Quarrier Morin which has
just been -renovated by the
AMagloire Government. Only
-a fraction of the pilgrims
-could squeeze into the edi-
ice the others filled the
street outside. The Presi-
'dent sat in the chancel sur-
rounded by his Ministers,
military officials and mem-
bers of the Legislature. The
Mass was sung by Monsig-
neer Guiot, the Bishop of
Port de Paix, assisted by
Father Le Tartre, Vicar of
Oblats and Bellamy.
The sernr)' was deliver'
ed by Monsigneur Le Gou-
aze, after Cure Robert
mounted the pulpit to thank
General Magloire in the
name of his parishioners for
the magnificent restoration
of their church by Engin-
eers of the Public Works
Department.
The building was given
a new roof in fibro-ciment,
a new plywood floor. The
chancel, the sacristy, the
pews,~the altars all have
'been entirely reconstruqted.'
'The walls were repaired
and bolstered and a new
balustrade with two bell
towers provided a lovely
tetitrance to the house of wor
ship. Three new bells in
the right-hand tower were
donated by Miss Josephine
Masldoire, the sister of the
'President.
Madame Magloire herself
donated most of the inte-
irior ornaments, including
-tasteful Stations -of the Cross
purchased during her recent
-trip abroad.
It is a new Chapter in the
-history of one of the oldest
Churches" in Haiti. The
first settlers in Quartier
-Morin worshipped in struc-
,ure of paille de canne rais-


ed around 1670 but burned
in 1691 by the Spaniards.
The second church was
built on the same spot in
1700 but a better edifice
was constructed in 1717. It
lasted until May 1842, when
it was destroyed by the
Leisme. The present edi-
fice was constructed in 1856
with the aid of Faustin I. It
was rantored in 1925 and
1933 .y Mgr. Lacrampe on-
,ly to be damaged in the
earthquake in August of


1946.

Inauguration of Dispensary
To the left of the Church,
in the Square stood a gleam
ing new 'Dispensary which
was inaugurated after the
religious ceremony. Dr. An-
dre Sam. Undersecretary of
Public Healkh, and Dr. Ro-
ger Malebranche, Director
of the Cap's Justinien Hos-
pital delivered ,the main
addresses. The six room
building which had been
I


constructed in a little over
a month's time under the
direction. of Architect Las-
caze Bernardin, was blessed
by Mgr. Guiot.

luauguration of the
Student Canteen
Later the Presidential par
ty moved on to the newly
finished student canteen
that had been constructed
for Quartier Morin by the
Foundation of Madame Ma--
gloire.-The 5,000 dollar L-


shaped edifice, with roof
and walls of fibro-ciment
contained a dining hall
large enough to seat 120
persons, a kitchen, a pantry
and an office.
President Magloire again
was host at a large banquet
attended by his Ministses,
members of the Legislature,
Bishcps and guests of hon-
our. He returned to Port-
au-Prince Tuesday afternoon
by air.


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e to do some shopping away from home."


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SHOP S
The shops in this section
Sbave been checked by this
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best of our knowledge
their merchandise is o'
good quality and gooa
value.


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CATHOLIC
Hospital Chapel Sunday MaS- at 8:30
a. m. Sermon in English.
Sacrr-Cceur Sunday Masses at 4-6-
8-10 a.m.
Cathedral Sunday Masses at 4-5:30
8:00
St. Gerard (near OJoffson) Sunday
Masses 5:30-7-8:30
St. Jean Bosco Sunday Masses at 9
a. m.
Chapel on the Exposition grounds
Mass at 9 a. m.
St.-Pierre,-Petion-Vue, 8, 9:30 a.m.
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7.00,a.m. Mass English
8:00 e. i. Mass French
9:30 a m. Mass ~ English
Ephany Ch:.-e. Sunday Mass at S
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SUNDAY, AUGUST 31st


age 8 HAITI SUN-
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ASSAULT ON
LITERACY


The last census (1942)
Spots Jamaica's illiterate ,o-
,pulation at 27 per cent of
the l!/4 million people. But
this is one set of statistics
that everyone agree is, for
certain obvious social rea-
sons, inaccurate. A former
Director of Education estim
ied that the percentage of
literacy exceeds 60 per
cent. And this figure finds
'more or less general accept-
ance.

You see, illiteracy still
Gears i a social. stigma. A
large X. attested to by a
witness as ahis marks, is
the siPnature of Mn illirer-
Sate. But most i'literates
anake darkk eyes" or cner-
-vous hands, an excuse for
--making their mark: any-
-4hing, rather than a confes-
ian that they can't read
'and write.


. Is this a se
Judge from t
have univet
frage without
Squalification
. you can. easily
. e of the m
sic problems
maintenance


of democratic government
rest.
;-':c'1 highlights the im-
pcrtance of Haiti's Georges
Remp-'."cau to us at the pre-
'e'- r moment.
Hitherto, Jamaica has
beci mainly on the giving-
end. of Haiti-Jamaica coope-
rati n. This has mainly
been !- connection with
livestock improvement and
ether forms of agricultural
development, and. more re-
cently. in the field of indus-
trial relations.
But now Georges Remppo-
neau makes the two-way re-
c;D'-citv real: reverses the
rre.nr and nuts us on the
rprcrvine end. And there's
reo! national delight with
CGeo.rses. For he's not only
-n *-vt rt in his particular
field but also a warm, lov-
able personality.

Georges, as you know, is
Director of the Musee des
Beaux Arts in Port au


Prince. He is .a working
rious problem? artist whose paintings have
he fact that we had a wide circulation in
sal adult suf- New York, Washington and
t any literacy Paris. His reputation is
attached. And high in UNESCO circles,
y see that it is both as a creative painter as
lost serious ba- well as an illustrator of
on which the books and films for that
and expansion agency's cultural projects.


REAL ACQUISITION London
Georges came here this nAxt m
week to illustrate all the It is st
literacy material that is be- other pl
ing prepared by UNESCO's ference
Ella Griffin as part of the altoget]
campaign on Fundamental has be4
or Basic Education. This later d
campaign starts on Septem- news -
ber I next at our University means
with a three-weeks Seminar quotas
that will spark the Adult Haiti
Education drive to the four meager
corners of the Iisland in a de tons of
termined effort to cut down porratio
illiteracy. ket.
Ella spend several months At t
in Hai-i (which-she tells me
she loves for its youthful,
enterprising zest) early this
year., At the time she was
preparing the literary mate"
riall (that's her full-time job
with UNESCO).-
But she came up against
the problem of illustrations, P.O
without which, of course,
Adult Education books and
pamphlets would be dry-as-
dust invalids. Ahen she re-
membered Georges with
whom she had worked in
E.rope so successfully. She
'ot in rouch with Philip
Sherlock, Jamaican. V ice
Principal of our University, AIR
proposed that he borrow
Georges froes Haiti to do
the ilustratigns.
'So Georges is now here
for a month, working quiet
Ty but efficiently at the Uni
versity. I saw some of his
work this week and 'I can
tell you that, he's a real ac-
quisition that we're proud See
of. "
This is the type of cultu-r* '
ral exchange which will
m ak e relations between'
your country and mine en
during and worthwhile.

ANOTHER ,
EDUCATIONIST
Haiti's Assistant Director)
of General Education Mar-i
ceau Louis and his' wife
paid a day's visit here Wed1
nesday on their way to Ha-)
vana. Louis, who is in)
charge of elementary and .
secondary schools in your
urban areas, told me he?
planned to spend a week inj
Cuba, return here for a few
days before going home..
Incidentally, Louis travel'
fled with Headmaster Wes-i
ley Powell of Excelsior Col-)
lege here, who has just corn)
pleted a holiday in Haiti
which stimulated him to the A
noint of enthusiasm for the
progress your country is
making.


NO LONDOK SUGAR
CONFERENCE?

Haiti received a severe*
blow to its economic plan-)
ning last week when word- 'WM
arrived that the lnternatio-j
nal. Sugar Conference in .,


a might not be held
month as announced.
ill not known whe-
ans for the vital con-
have been dropped
her, or whether it
en postponed until -a
ate. In any case the
- if confirmed --
that the 1937 sugar
still stand that
will still have her
Allotment of 32,500
refined sugar for ex-
on on the free mar-
i


he time the


.


ment was signed, Hasco
alone produced and export-
id sugar. 'Now the Cen-
trale Sucriere Issalines at
Cayes and the new factories
at Jeremie and Cap Haitien
must find markets for their.-
production.
Haiti had been planning
to send a delegation to the
Sugar Conference to call for
the doubling or even trip-
ling of its present quota as
zn essential step in its
march toward economic pros
perity. I


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The. Nation wide ob-
servance on September 1 of
Labour. Day an annual
holiday dedicated to Ameri-
can workers takes on spe
cial significance this year.

For 1952 marks the one-
hundredth anniversary of
the birth of the far-sighted
Irish immigrant labour lead
er, Peter McGuire, who in
1882 first proposed that the
first Monday in September
.each year be set aside to
honour those who from
rude nature have delved
and carved all the grandeur
we -behold., In recognition
cf McGuire's contribution
to American labour pro-
gress. the Brotherhood of
Carpenters, which he found
ed. will celebrate the sec-
ond six months of 1952 as
McGuire Centennial Year.
When Peter McGuire made
his Labour Day proposal,
there were only a few la-
bour unions in the United
States, anri these wert con-
centrated mostly in th, lirge
cities. Only' a yearbef ore,
McGuire -had joinxd Samnuel
Gompers -in tla 'fng the
Federftion dF Thades knd
Labour Unions wfitS, *ith
a membership of iss lian
50,000 W'as destined to be-
come the Amertican .edera-
tion of Labour,: today the
Station's liargdW' 'o'r6&rs dr-
ganization.

The first Labour Day in
1882 featured a parade of
10)00 union members in
NeW York City. A newspa-
jpr reporter who saw the
paiaders march up Fifth
Avenue wrote that athe men
in line made a fine appear-
ance and were applauded by


the spectators who thronged
the .sidewalks along the
route ...Americans, English,
Irish, and Germans hobnob-
bed and seemed on a friend-
ly footing as though the corn
mon cause has established a
sense of brotherhood.,,

McGuire's idea of this sue
cial holiday dedicated to
labour. quickly 'spread, and
,soon labour groups in most'
of the major industrial cen-
ters were sponsoring the an
nual event. In 1887, the
State of Oregon declared
Labour Day an official holit
day. Other States ,followed
this example, and in 1894
'he U. S. Congress made La
bour Day a National holi-
day.
Today Labour Day is a
community event. All facto-
ries and stores are cl6sed..It
:s an occasion for parades,
picnics, public meetings, spe
cial church sfriqces', athletic
contests, and other holiday'
activities. It is marked by
speeches and messages to
workers here and abroad by
important Go v e r n meant,
State, and local officials,
from the Presidefit on down
and by union, industry and'
civic leaders.

I. is.also an-occasion for
working people to take
sf~ df the idci i aritieco-
htinic advances ,teley ave
i'Ale through their free,
democratic ttla de" unions.
The LIbIR-r DAy parades
arid meetings are an ex-
pressifn of labour's goals
arid a~sipfti -t. t the first
Labour Day parade, work-
ers carried banners calling
for the 8-hour day. Bit this
soon became a reality, 'and


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kaifian Aricican
Institute Ldans
Teacher To C. T.,

On a tw( weeks loan to
Institute Dominico Ame-
ricano James R. Echols of
the Haitian American left
for C. T. Friday sent by the
U.S. State Department to
aid in .annual Seminar for
Dominican' English teachers.
The Seminar, usually held
in Ciudad Trujillo, will
take place in Licey, 7 miles
from the Dominican City of
Santiago. The Dominican
government will furnish a
school and board for the '80
English teachers and the ad-
ministrative and teaching
:staff.
The seminar, similar to
the one just completed at
the H-A Institute for Hai-
tian English teachers, will
give the Dominican teach-
ers training in both teach-
ing methods and in improv-
ipg their own English. In
additidi to Mr. Eihols the
State Department has sent
an expert from Washington,
Mr. Edwin Cornelius, who
will coordinate the seminar
working with the Director
of the Dominican Institute
Mr. Douglas Elleby and Di-
rector-of Courses, Miss He-
len Goodrich.
Mr. Echols will return to
Port au Prince on Septem-
ber 15 tp continue preDara-
tions for the otenins of the
Ha'it;dn Arierican Institritff
on September 29th.
Mr.


workers' demands have con-
tinually changed as their
conditions have been better
ed. The 40-hour week, bet-
ter working conditions in
factories and mines, more
stringent' safety regulations,
social security, and many
other progressive measures
were all at one time the
Popular slogans on Labour
Day and have eventually
been enacted into law.











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Page 11


by Franfois AMarcel-Turenne

Hou. .aliace Wais Consumed
on the Pyre
Cric ?
Crac !

During one of those ter-
rible droughts there was
only one place where there
was a spring. It was in the
king's back yard. The king
was so mean that.he allow-
ed only his family to enjoy
the water. Anyone who dar-
ed even speak of that spring
was beheaded. So no one
dared to ask the king for a
drink, even though they)
were dying of thirst.
aWhen it c om c s to
that spring,. the people
whispered around, t h
king doesn't spread iny
butter on cassava bread
wiTh his machete,,, meaning
he doesn't fool around.
Rut Malice said to'him-
aself. ,I, a child of yayoute,
let nothing stand before me.
I'd be addled in the head,
like the king, if he thinks I
am going ten miles to wash
my.feet and. for a calabash
of drinking water when
there is plenty of water just
a few minutes walk away.",
Sure enough, every night
Malice went to the king's
spring, washed his face, feet
and hanr1: filled his 'cala-
bash with f-2h water and
came out. When the people
saw him looking so clean,
while everyone else was so
dirty, thev b%-an to' gossip
around; but fearing for Ma-
lice's head they dared not
call any name. One of them
whispered, ,Everybody in
this land believes in the
saying, (goats always look
,in the farmers eye- to find
out whether or not they are
welcome to eat a few yam
vines in the farmer's gar-
den"; but Malice just closes
his eyes and walks' in.,,

The king suspected there
was some whispering going
on. He didn't know what
it was all about; so he be-
gan to inspect everything.
One morning he went to
the spring and found the
water cloudy, and there
were wet footprings around.
So he placed an armed
guard there to catch the in-
,solent one.
Very late in the night,
when all was still, Malice
came along ar saw the
guard. Since he had made
up his, mind not to go back
home with his vessel empty
he thought quickly and
,iaid ,Don't te', me you are
a guard, no, standing there
and letting the man show


his heels with the king's
water ,
S"Where is he, asked the
guard, excited.'
"He's just turned around
r'ie mapou tree with his
r-qlhash filled with waterfr,
Malice said. pointing in the
direction the supposed man
had gone. '
The guard- ran awayi to
catch the water thief, while
Malice went to the spring,
washed himself clean, and
came out with fre-h water.
In the morning the guard
was jailed to be tied to the
tail of a wild mule, and
torn to pieces at sundown
the next day. if no one
caught the thief.

Bouqui. who was sorry
for the guard, tried to find
a way to help. ,No one but
Malice can play such a trick.
Who does he think he Jis,
the archbishop of Port au
Prince I'll show him that
he is not.,


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Tales From The Haitian

Countryside


quicklv


granted to Bouqui before
the king. Everyone was cu-
rious to hear what that
awkward, thick-tongued fel-
low wanted.
((King, if you wish, I can
catch the 'man who's been
taking your .water ,
The king who did not
speak or act any different
from the other people of the
'.and, laughed, ((Ha-ha-ha!
Permit me to laugh in your
face! How could you, as
stupid as you are, Bouqui,
catch a sly crook ,
,As the old saying goes,
King, you have to sleep
with Jacques to know how
Jacques snores. I can do a
.lot of things.,,
aVery well", said the
king. ,,If you catch the in-
solent one, I'll give you a
bag full of gold. If you
don't. your head is forfeit-
ed.,,
The kind's threat did not
scare Bouqui in the least.


Early the next morning
Malice was taken off the
gum and tied securely to a
tree, for when the sun be-
came warm, it would soften
the gum and he would be
able to get away.

In the meantime Malice
had been thinking of a way
to save himself;- It was the
most difficult situation he
had evL. gotten himself in-
.o. After a considerable
amount oi thinking, he re-
membered that when the
king condemned a man, the
latter has the choice of one
of tv'o ways tL die; and Ma-
I'ice knew that this king al-
ways liked to grant the op-
posite way to that selected
by the victim. He had the
choice of being burnt alive
or having his head cut off.
( (Rv which of the two
ways do you prefer to die?"
ask-d the king.
,I prefer to have my head


cut off", said Malice
sadness.
Ha-ha-ha-ha!) the
laughed endlessly a
top of his voice.
Compare, you shall
being burned alive.,


with Malice got up,
ashes off his back
king ,ed away. Being


t the
aWell,
die by


canzo hi
"That
being a
But ji
ed away


He used the same technique
Shat he used to catch birds.
from a wild fig tree.
He gathered plenty of latex
prepared it and covered a
pole, shaping it into a pret-
ty lady, then placed it near
the spring.
When all was dark and
quiet Malice came as usual.
But he was startled by the
beautiful figure, half hid-
den in the dark and half in
the moonlight.
aWhat's the good news
about you? -How do you
carry yourself, my little
cat?",
SThe lady gave no reply.
-You think I'm your dog
to ignore?"
The lady said nothing."
'Malice walked close, ((Say
something to me!,,
The lady remained silent.
Malice walked closer
still. ci you're too lovely to
have bad manners. Let me
touch your face., He touch-
cd her face and his right
hand stuck. ,Now be nice
and let my hand loose.,
The lady, of course, was
nute.

S(I'll strike you if you
don't release my hand."
With his left hand Malice
s apped the lady on the
orher sic .of her face and
that hand stuck too. '(A
good kick under the sto-
maci will fix you up., He
kicked the lady, first with
the right knee and then
with the left knee, and both
knees stuck. Now Malice
stayed somewhat suspended.
(Oh-oh! You're getting nas
ty. Well, I have an idea
what you'd like. Maybe if I
kiss you, you'll feel good
enough to let me go., He
kissed the lady right on the
mouth, and his mouth
,stuck. Now he couldn't
_l


shook the
and walk
a house


e was fireproof.
.'s the advantage of
child of yayoutWe.
ust the same he walk
. ashamed of having
caught. For a long
was not able to
yone in the face, not
)uqui; and that was
it like the bold Ma-.

r Rouqui, "he king
d him with the pro
ai of gold. But lat-
Poplp said that Bou-
'w the .gold in the
because gold always,
too much evil with,

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af Henri Deschamps.


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Quickly a funeral pile being
built around Malice. The time he
wood was around him and look any
un over the top of 'his head. cven Be
Then it was set on fire. The not a b
flames went up and lighted lice.
the whole sky and the coun As fo
tryside. The fire cracked, rewarded
and Malice sizzled. Every- mises h~
cne knew that was the end er on p
of Malice. qui thr
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After a little while there carries i
was nothing but ashes, and it.
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Some Jottiogs For A

Travel Book "Haiti"
Sby Bertram Collins reasonable," or if r
unreasonable pains
t: .PRIDE AND THE vide comfort and ei
, PEOPLE" ment for the visitor.
,A. passionate faith in his One visitor had
.Haiti, and in things Haitian s eyes enhen th
is the'mark-. of the citizen gradd daughter of
I~'here. The traveller never er of the hotel w
|hears a cynical comment on had booked a rese
S niome affairs from- any Hai- met his wife at their
,tian.T There;, is either a fel at the airport, and
Sing 6f satisfaction wit ..d her with a bou
hi gs as they are, or of an- roses. it is these
-ticipation of better things things,,, he said, Cth
s-*which will' come inevitably tie things that make
Iind soon.. No Caribbean big difference.,, Th
country has had such a mem but gracious court
Sorable .history, nor possesses every peasant astoni
as ,many monuments as re- stranger, who did
ad"minders that great things pect' to find such m
Shave, been done in the s- tions of'a- truly o
*'land. The tourist industry civilisation in every
i:s booming, industry and I-laitian society.
iagricilture are, now almost POMP AND.,
I being. enimnbered by Gov- CIRCUMSTANCE
i:.rrnment assistance And if, ,Military display i
as y6u drive along the spacious feature in
.,winding .road to Petjon- The Police is but a
'.ill, lined with flamboy- of the Army wearing
I.ants, and poinsetreas cover- ditional badge (tt
idwith masses of scarlet dence of crime is 1I
bblooms, you observe.to your most as low as in
.Haitian friend.that Haiti is other sections of the
,belle, tr-es.Ibellen, he will armed force is th(
s.nod solemnly in accord : (chiefly Coast. Gua
)Oui,, t.r s belle, tr es sels) and tle Air
belle". .- whose Transport
SHaitiani .hospitality makes find gainful .occupa
Ithao:I 'Jamaica seem crude the country's inter
by comparison is the opi service.
;t'ion 'of Jamaicans on holi-.,
.day here. Haitian hospital- Army ,officers are
Sity is more than the offer of in the modernistic
I oOd hanal drink .- tourists Academy, in the
ifter all, always have the military system, we
;W.eterew'itlal for that. It is a rican styled uniform
iatiisf'estation of warm-, complain that prom
iie of heart, genuine inter- as slow as in the
-i.st and a willingness to take British Army.
S: The people are i
the army, and one
tects the-tone of vo
many South Ameri
S oS your publics,' jealous,
resent ous, self conscious
Sdentrif tional. But here tl
dentrifice s the shield against
p. .r.oven its instrument of tyran
J nanti- deco y As much as in a
"'. erties .country in the
n a mark of distinction
p. ulsory. Sardonic
;. remark that the fir
Sof success is the D
i the next is the sma
rhree years o clinic~ ban villa, like the
tests have proven the nestling amid the
effectiveness of
Ammi-derUt in helping W'~ lied gardens on
to prevent tooth deay. road out of the cit
far: Atnm-i-dent con-
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carhaMiide.
Insist on the. original houses with s
SAmm-i-dent tooth' pools. You also
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ickly re-
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the uneducated mass of the
populace. There is an inhe-
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which lacks a wide, stable
middle class, but sociolo-
gists claim to see a growth
in the post-war years of a
new Haitian middle class,
from which will spring a
body of leaders w'i t b
strength and vision enough
to unite the force of a whole
country in a common weel.
Later, the foreigner remarks
the other cleavage- a ver-
tical one between town and
r.untry. Where the paved
roads end's begins another
Hairl, not sufficiently ,chang
ed from the Haiti of 1805,
when freedmen gathered to
the tunes of :he combite to
till the land at last- truly
their very own.
You crossthe same spark
ling river a hundred times
en route to picturesque Jac-
m.el. the tourist booklet
,.avs. Actually bridges are
rare in Haiti, and your ve-
hicle, like a turtle, must
wade through mud and riv
er for hours, on end, while
native women bathing un-
concerned in the streams.
turn to ,watch you pass.
At Jacmel you are struck
by the old-fashioned houses.
%:he ancient edifices which
characterized the architec-
ture of the colonial epoch.
Shade conscious visitors re7
mark the general lighter
complexion of the- inhabi-
tants. They are told that
Polish soldiers sent by Na-
poleon to crush the rebel-
lion preferred to settle hap-
pily and peaceably along
the southern shores, and
their descendants play a
prominent part in social
,life.,At La Fond, just about
five miles away you hear
the music of the combine as
weary villagers return 'home
blowing on bamboo pipes,
,singing creole chants, and
stirring to the music of the
tambour.

Foreigners are "planted
comfortably in the fertile
soil of Haiti. They are
planted fFrmly too because
their businesses are consid-
ered as being of Haitian na-
tionality, and are subject to
the same documental re-
quirements as all Haitian
businesses. With self re-
specting commonsense the
Government accords or de-
nies the rights to aliens in
measure as such rights are
accorded or denied to Hai-
tians by the alien's Govern-
ments. At the sivank ele-
gant Casino you hear voices
in every' tongue, from Ger-
man to Jewish. Haiti is not
only a Tourist paradise, fa-
shioned by Nature and by
History. It is also a land
"whre enterprise is never
vain.


VANCE ROGERS
LEAVING HAITI


Mr. Vance Rogers, the
popular director of the U.S.
Point Four Programme in
Haiti, is packing up to take
over a new post director
.of the Services of Technical
Cooperation in Panama.

He expressed regret at
leavingg Our Republic at a
time when many of the pro-
jects he had been working
on were about to be,-real-
ized. 'His co-workers, the
Haitian Engineers who are
carrying out the programme
of Agricultural, Hygienic
and Sanitary projects under
V.ance's direction, also ex-
pressed regrets. They found
the Chief of the Institute of


SUNDAY, AUGUST 31st


Inter American Affairs a
pleasant, capable and cor
operative person who knew
how to pass along his tech-
nic' aknow-hown to the
best advantage.



Uruguay National Fete


The Societe Bolivarienne
d Haiti observed the Natio-
nal Fete of Uruguay last
Sunday evening with a spe-
cial programme. over the
MBC air waves., Talks were
given by David Borges.Fils,
P.aul Verna and Raymond
Dambreville. Paul Auxila,
the General Consul of that
South American Republic
wa.s present.


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Mr. Vance Rogers, Director of Point Four progranune
in Haiti for part one and a half years.


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Back from Jamaica where
he learnt the ins and outs 1
f the Insurance firm he
will. represent here is King
George the Perry. He was
royally welcomed Saturday.
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Today our neighboring
city of .Leogane is celebrat-
ing the Fete of St. Rose, its
patron Saint. This year the
Festival will be held in the
Cite d'Anacaona. And many'
Port au Princiens set out on
the new asphalted highway
to take part in the religious'
ceremony,. and observe the
gaiety of the crowds who al
, ready donned thoir carnival
air yesterday.
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The Netherlands Minister
to Haiti, M. Wilhem. Pau-
hxiyo, has left for Ciudad
Trujillo where he will also
represent the, Governentt
of Queen Juliana.

--:0:--
American Government Of
ficial M. McKinonn has ar-
rived in Port au Prince.
-:0:-
Two doctors in the Det
apartment of Public Health
Turgot Saintelus and
Risler Germain have de-
Sparted for the States to take
a special course of study un-
der -the sponsorship of the
American and Haitian Gov-
ernments. Another scholar-
ship winner was Pharmacist
Raymond Etienne who also
headed Stateside to perfect
his training.

-:0:-
M. and Mrs. Daniel Heur
telou returned Tuesday
from five months in Europe.
Informed sources say that
Madame Heurtelou's ,Tout
Petic Store, will soon over-
flow with the latest styles
of the fashion center bf the
world.
-:0:-


REG.TRADE MARK


'Mle. Jane Brutus is back i
home in Port au Prince af-
ter a year's study in France
where she took a course in
Social Welfare. Jane is the
daughter of Timoleon Bru-
tus.
-:O0-
Count Victor de Keyser-
ling and his charming, red-
haired wife (nee Nicole Hel
big de Balzac) should be
mentioned in the "Births,
column early in December
... This week Victor com-
pleted his first half-year as
manager of the Grand Hotel
Oloffson doing a fine
job.


Thursday morning at 7
the charming Admise Sig-
raff wed Monie Henri in the
Chapel of Our Lady of Fa-
tima in Petionville. Best
man was well known tailor
Gesner Jn. Baptiste and
Matron of Honour, Mrs. Jo-
seph Alexis.
-:0:-
The ,in-lawsm have des-
cended. on the Binks house-
hold in Petionville for a
fortnight vacation. The "in-
laws, are Mrs. Binks' par-
.ents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
A. Pickard of Chattanooga,
Tennessee. Major Willy P.
Binks Jr. is here with the
U. S. Airforce Mission.
-:0:- .
It's wedding bells in far
off Paris for charming Mile
Gladys Bogat late in Sep-
tember; the lucky man is
Frenchman Michel Honnier
a friend since school days in
New York. Mile Bogat re-
cently returned from Miami
where she held, a position
in 'the Haitian Consulate
and is presently making
plans for her voyage to. Pa-
ris. Helen Christian is ac-'
companying Gladys Tuesday
to New York where she is
booked to cross to France on
She "Liberty" September
12th. The couple are plan-
ning to honeymoon in Italy
and Spain.
-:0:-"
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Maximilien are vacationing
in New York.


Vacationing in Cuba with Off
the cin-laws, and shortly to end vi
voyage to Canada to com- Louis
plete their annual holiday conte
abroad are Mr. and Mrs. headin
Garfield Gordon. The Man- vacation
eager of the Bank of Canada ing to
and his wife are due to re- ness. 1
turn to Port the latter part lier of
of next month. ter in
-:0:- Adam!
On September 6th Doctor ing fo
Gustav Simpson' is leaving Lelio
for a 2-month refresher spectol
course in aGastroscopie, at Rober
the school of Medicine in going
Cook County, Chicago.
-:0:- Lea,
Raymonde Dehoux of rdv in
Chemin des Dalles returned is lac<
Monday from 6 months in of Pr
Jamaica studying at Suther-
mere School a commercial Mai
course. Br; n
-:0:- Frida>
Eddy Salmon, well' known
locally for years as Fire- A,
stone manager, and as an Peck
authority on how to speak' imn f(
Creole, also a fine Radio to r-
ham, and "bambocher, ... tion-l
Eddy is back in town at the gress.
Ibo Lele for a few days ...
reports have it he held posts
.with Firestone in Panama, Em
all way down to Buenos ing d
Aires before leaving to go ship
into the Airplane business, the S
which is his current occupa-
tion. Mr
-_:_ :-- this
Max Duvivier, the pro- her f
prietor of t'- new store on
the Rue Pavee celebrated W'
his birthday last Saturday Walk
night at his Tete de L'Eau ing U
residence. movil
ment
-:0:- hate
Raoul Kenol and family
are thawinr- out in the Capi- W'i
tal after the summer in gour
Kenscoff. good
-:0:- -chw
Vacation;nq with his fam- Frenc
;ly in Bois V'erna after three merai
years absence in New York shoot
is Andre F'ie. Fridr
-:0:- -to ta
Mile Ghislaine Fils Aiine ests t
went to the States yesterday
to have -her broken right
arm checked over by U. S. Ou
specialists. Ghislaine turn- gate
bled from a horse on the in 'tL
Furcy road last week ... she with
is the only Furcy summer porte
casualty. tion.
-:0:- Ev
E%,(
Madame Alfred De Mat-
boun
,:eis is accompanying her Wed
lovely daughter Josiane
back to school in Washing- Ma
ton tomorrow.Amer
-:0:- Afrom
B. and P. Dadlani arriv- Wed
ed in town from Kingston
Thursday.


Tc mous since 4862


Pie
back
rangi
cc Ca
t; ke
of th
venti
month


to the U. S. this week
a PAA are: Engineer t
Leveque, Nelly Le- p
of the Cap who is v
ng for New York on a
on. Serge Villard go- c
Manhattan on busi-
Mrs. Fernande Mathe-
ff to visit with daugh- ;e
New York. Raymond N
s of Rue Capois head- I
r St. Louis, Missouri.
Faublas, the census in-
r going to Kingston.
t Tippenhauer also
to Kingston. t
-:0:-
ving tomorrow to stu-
Paris at the Sorbonne
queline Elie, daughter
ul Elie of St. Marc.
-:0:-
rie Louis and Elaine
ac went to Kingston

-:0:-
griculturalist Herbert
and his wife are leav-
or London tomorrow
ke part in an Interna-
Horticultural Con-


-:0:-
erson Douyon is leav-
his week on a scholar-
to study Psychology in
cates.
-:0:-

s. Ninon Roy is off
weekend to visit with
family in Canada.
-:0:-
arrant Officer Wally
:er and family are pack
up September 16th and
ng to a new assign-
in California ... they
to leave.
-:0:- '
ich more vim and vi-
than a dozen people,
humoured Mrs. Issy
-rtz. wife of the famed
h adventurer and ca-
man, who is currently
ing up Haiti ... left
v to return to Paris
ke care of their inter-
here.


r United Nations Dele
Ernest Chauvet arrived
own Thursday to be
his mother who is re"
d in a critical condi-

-:0:-
elyn and Violette Ba-
returned. from Miami
nesday.
-:0:-
rgarita Munguia of the
rican Embassy returned
a trip to the States
nesday.
-.-:0:-
erre Chauvet arrived
Wednesday from ar-
ng Haiti's part in the
ribbean Pageant u to
place the second night
he Annual ASTA con-
ion in Miami next
:h.


Helga Tippenhauer is se-
urning to Mexico this week
and to spend an extended
vacation, to learn Spanish
nd all about the civilizatile '
of the Incas.
-:0--
Roussan Camille celebrat
ed his fete at the Casla:
Wednesday evening ... Jeap
Brierre recited Nedje -a.nd ..
Gerard Daumec a piece eF
prose in Roussan's honour.
-:0.-
Patrick Vorbe returned to
h e Dominican Republic
chis week-end, to join her 0
parents at the Haitian Bar-
bassy in C. T.
-:0:-
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A petf. garfon named lHar
ris has joined the house-
hold of the Quesnel DuEw
seau family Tuesday, the
19th of August. The bear
ing mama is the former
Elodie Charles.

Mr. and Mrs. Pierre L
Hudicourt welcomed the 5th
delivery of the stork August
26th in New York. The Hu- .
dicourt's Fifth child is a boy
and Papa, Haiti's peraan~ur
delegate to the United Na-'
.tions writes both son and
Mama, the former May Mc-
Intosh are doing fine.

'Madame Berhman pre-
sented her husband Carl
with en eight and a quarter'
pound baby boy this past
week ... the family have
been at loggerheads for fiv
days now endeavouring to,
agree on a name.
-:0:-
Sunday %t 10.45 a.m. a
seven pound baby boy was
born to Mr..and Mrs. Klaus
Mah!mann of Pacot. Mama,
the former Gerda Seigel and
Klaus, formerly of Hanr
burgh have decided to bur-
den their first child ... a
healthy lad ... with the .
names of his grandparents
Heinrich, Franz, Klaus
Mahlman.
-:0:-


JUST HAD A DRINK-
Whenever you've had a
drink or two, chew 1 or 2
Clorets. Your breath will
tell no tales.
George Naude and Co.


C .L.H. J p.


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SHAITI SUN


Page 13














(Continued from Page 1)

lar Fantasy by Mozart -
and we' seemed to sense a
4p;ecial :sympathy between
She. eicutor and the com-
.:oseer both -child prodi-
gies;' 'Gladys also showed
'-r~al:feelidg in the romantic
SBeeth6ven numbers Six Vaj"
S ria tjon and For, Elsie as
,well .as Mendelssohr's Song
Without .,Words and The

t. Her phrasing was particu
arly charming in the three
iikcbrpts from Schuman's
'Scenes from Childhood that
led off the young pianist's
Third group of selections.
Her Chopin's Nocturne was
-a .very scisfying perform-
S.ance and the Yalse No. '14
with. which she closed her
i piogramme showed th e
* amazing finger technique
\ that has usedd cr":,;rc to
ihailithe dark-haired prodigy
on two continents.

SPOFILE OF A PRODIGY

-Yo ur Reporter has re-
Sceived mIany girlish con'fi"
dences in his life '- but per
.haps the most unexpected
was the secret- divulged to
Shis ear alone by eight-
Syeai-old Gladys Le Bas.
'Vhispered. the tiny pianist
;-whose classical numbers
i have reverberated through
the Conctt Halls of a' doz-
en nations: You know I'm
simply crazy about Ameri-
an ,Boogie Woogie!,, Her
Professor Joaquin Castella
Luckily was but of earshot.
And Gladys' dark eyes,
gleamed mischievously as.
phe went on to reveal her
Jove fot' another American
phenomenon-comic books.
The two statements prov-
ed. to Your Reporter. that
underneath her amazing tal-
ent, Gladys was still in
:-many ways a normal child.
Somehow or other she has
.manaee4 to escape the af-
fectation usually. acquired
by the ,,Enfants Terribles,,
who become celebrities at
.En early age.
Instead she shows a friend
ly simplicity of manner and
a vivacity of disposition
-that makes her seem to be,
bubbling with good humour
When she relaxes out of the
public eye.
Not.that Gladys has much
time for relaxation. She
practices her music 4 hours
a day, five days a week and
keens up with her scholastic
studies during her arduous
concert tour. She passed her
last ,exanis, with flying
colours while preparing for
a performance in Cucuta,


Colombia. She has taken
-'dwainage' of her--stay in
Haiti to, take French lessons
and became .adept in Eng-
lish through her two months
in Jamaica, where she pack-
,ed the 2,000 seat Carib
.Theatre with fans during
her co-c-rts. Jose Iturbi who
cam. -'-ree weeks later
didn't do nearly' as well.

E c:n Kingston, Gladys
wenctto Puerto Rico where
'_e played for the largest
j'd.-ence ever assembled for
pianist in the San Juan
UnIversity- Theatre ... '2,200
proniis came' to. hear her,
re including' the standees.
The public acclaim, her
"runk full of honorary keys'
rc cities all is taken by
Gladys in her stride. Pro-,
bably because it has been a
noriel part of her existence
s tar back as she can remem
ber.
Her first'-public perform-
:nca- was given at the Tea-
*ro Astral in Buenos Aires
at :he ripe age of two ..:
'nd Gledys was already on
h-r way to international
fame.
Her musical precociouspess
was discovered when she
was barely able to toddle
about her mother's Acade-
nire d'Art pour Enufants in
r h Argentine Capital.
Whenever a child would
rtlay a false note in Glady's
presence, she would object
strenuously. Noting her per
fect ear, her mother --
whose Italian. ancestry car-
ried a rich 'musical heritage
-began giving her piano in
struction at the age of 18.
months. Glady's father, Ale-
iandro Le Bas, was of Irish
descent. The interesting cor
b;n:tion resulted 'i' a 'child
of extraordinary beauty, tal-
ent and sensitivity.

After numerous recitals
.n her homeland, Gladys,ap-
i::red with the noted Sodre
Society in Uruguay and
qave concerts in the leading
.itii;s. of Brazil. Panama,
Piru, Bolivia and Vene-
71,ela. By the time she was
41,2 years old. she was a
veteran of the air waves as
well as the concert stage
:nd the critics, even those
with a preconceived distaste
for (,child prodigies were
unanimous in their raise.
Jamaican critic Rita Core,
for instance, admitted that
,she went to Glady's concert
with (c some misgiving r
since she felt that much of
Bach, Mozart -and Chopin
lies beyond the reach of
any youngster, no matter
1'-xw prodigious. She ended
her review by confessing


a .


,(HAITI SUN


Ppge 14 '-


Gladys Le Bas Wins Hearts, Of

Local Musid Lovers


.-hct she bad been ,comple-
tely captivated.-
When Gladys leaves Hai-
ti September 8th, she will
fill engagements in Costa
rica, Panama, Guatemala,
Mexico and Cuba. She can-
not 'conceal, however, her
excitement, over her concert
next February 23,rd, when
phe will play in the famous
Carnegie Hall of New
York.

No doubt during her
ttay in Manhattan she will
find some way to play tru-'
ant and indulge-in her love
of Gershwin tunes she
sighs when she mentions
the name of the popular
American composer ((What
Melody-n As we sat and
chatted with the young pian
ist during 'her practice ses-
sion at the Rex Theatre
Thursday afternoon, s he
gave us her opinion) of Latin
rhythms ccIn Argentina,
they have too much Tango,
in the Dominican Republic
(where she stayed a month
beTore coming to Haiti)
they have too much Merin-
gue but in. the United
States, ah there they have
Boogie Woogie and Gersh-,
win!,,


SUNDAY. AUGUST 31st


GUY SCOTT SHARES
HONOURS .WITH
GLADYS LE BAS

Lt. and 'Mrs. Lucien Scott
?invited a group.of friends
to their home Tuesday af-
ternoon to hear the talented
young pianist Gladys Le
Bas. However, it turned out
to be a joint recital in
which Guy Scott shared
honours with the eightgyear-
old Argentine prodigy --
winning high praise -from
her professor and other
members of the group. /

The shy 13-year-old son
lof che Chief of Haiti's Im-
migration Police stepped in-'
to the breach when Gladys
showed up with an injured
wrist end was only able to'
play 'twc numbers. She had
slipped and fallen that morn
ing on a wet tile floor.

Guy played Beethoven's
IAnu C,'cir de la Lune, Czer-
ny's Etude en Octave and
selections from Chopin Opu
ises 64 and '0. Then the
young 'lad offered one- of
his own compositions -
Deception which caused
Profcrsor Casrella to nod
his head approvingly and


'] ,.. ,--



SHAITI F aR THAN THIRTY YEA Esso

2YVING HAITI FOR VWIl E THAN THIRTY YEARS


r;.y, cThat is a taiLant to cul-
tivate.,
Guy, .whose musical bent
comes from N both sides of
his family tree, has compos-
td some eight selections, all
reminiscent of his love of
c'assiccl music:' He began
his piano studies with his
mother and later became the
tupil of Madame Liia Blan-
chet. During her absence,
he is studying Madame
Denis.
Doctor Hudicourt, who
vas present at the recital.
--,*ed the injured wrist of
4;ss Le Bas, who gracious-
'v refused to disappoint her
-drl'nce altogether and exe,
'"'-ed. with nimble fingers,
L,' dfficult Alilonga Cla-
by Ginastera.
was a most delightful
afternoon '
Ycuth Drowns In Sea
offeringg Epilepsy
,Continued from Page 1)
-ncrheq attack. He started-
:brcwing *rocks, at his mo-
ther and a neighbour who
"ish-d to her aid. BystLnd-
r;. tried tr catch .the youth
m'.ddened by -his. illness,
hut they could not hallt his
)h dIong flight. Ir? apparent
!-' nde,- when the sea wa-
:ers closed over his head.






GI SUN. Page 15


PRESIDENT SOMOZA'S PRESS CONFERENCE
BEFORE DEPARTURE LAST SUNDAY


President Somoza is back
in his Capital City of Mana-,
gua this week-end telling
his friends and followers
about his experience with
Haitian hospitality.

He renamed his genial
host General Magloire-
at the Press conference he
held shortly before his de-
parture from Port au Prince
last Sunday.
The man who is guiding
the destiny of our sister Re-
public of lficaragua added
that he would always re-
member his three-day stay
in Haiti as one of the great-
est experiences of his life.
And he said he would al-
ways remember his host as
a President of great popu-
larity who has found the
ideal means of combatting
communism -' by giving
work and the necessities of
life to the Haitian labour-
ers.
General Somoza told Hai-
tian journalists that he had
worked out a special formu
la in his own country to
Solve labour problems. cI
place myself between the
two groups, he said, and
guard against the rich abus-
ing the labourers through
their advantages of wealth
and the labourers abusing
the rich through their ad-
vantages of'- number.,

He explained that he bad
brought an era of peace to
the Nicaraguan people by
reaching an accord with his
political opposition through
a proportional distribution
of government posts. His
own liberal party has two-
thirds representation, the
minority Conservative Party
one-third.
He expressed the hope
that his political doctrine
would become a continental
doctrine eventually. With


the communist menace, he
said, it is essential to be
strong because one or the
other will win Commun-
ism or Democracy.
The Somoza party stayed
in the Haitian Capital three
hours longer than expected
while awaiting the. appear-
Ence of its special plane It
stopped in Kingston, where
the Nicaraguan President
was received by Jamaican
authorities, and then made
the last lap of the Carib-
bean voyage by PAA Clip-
per.


Senator Dejoie Requests
For All Weather Roads
(Continued from Page I)

priority on road-building
material should normally be
given to those areas where
farm and industrial produc-
tion contributes visibly to
the fight for economic pro-
gress.

It stated furthermore
that the export trade at
Gonaives has fallen off be-
cause produce cannot reach
its docks and markets be-
cause of the Ennery-Mais-
sade road.


CAP HAITIEN CYCLISTS FIRST TO
CIRCLE THE ISLAND OF HAITI ON 2 WHEELS


Seven intrepid peddlers of
the Cap Haitian Bicycle
Club set a new record last
week they became the
first to circle the Island of
Haiti on two wheels. And
they took in quite a bit of
the Dominican Republic to
boot.

The bicycle tour was
made by Jacques Laroche,
Leonce Etienne, Jn-Baptiste
Botex, Severe Pierre, Mi-
chel Meniau, Eberle Vincent
and Klebert Kantnan
setting out from the Cap on
the 14th of August. They
visited the Dominican towns
of pajabon, Moqte-Chrisri,
Santiago, Moca la Vega,
Monseigneur Noel, Ciudad-
Trujillo, Barahona, Azua,
Bani and Jimani.

On Friday, August 22,
they puffed into Port au
Prince still in'good form
and without serious mishap.
They rested until Sunday
and then set out on the road
to the Cap we haven't
heard how long it took
them to make that lap of


,their voyage. Seems to us
that they must have work-
ed up an extraordinary set
of muscles.



Dr. Bordes Back From
5 Years Study In U. S.

Dr. Harry Bordes return-
ed to Port au Prince last
week after five years of
study in leading United
States Medical Centers., A
Graduate of the Port au
Prince Medical College, the
young Haitian went abroad
at his own expense to take
specialised courses in Pe-
diatrics. public and mater-
nal hygiene. After three
years of work. he was
awarded a coveted Grant by
the World Health Organi-
zation to complete his train-
ing at the internationally
famous Job-- H1'pkins Medi
ca! Center i; Baltimore.

-:0:-
The Khawly family arriv-
ed from the States Thurs-
d y.


The joining of a prominent Cap Haitien and Port ar
Pri ce family. At the Altarrail at St. Pierre's Church
in Petionville are Maurice iaroche and his bride the for-
mer Maud Peloux.


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DISSEMINATION IEID 'E7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4' PACKAGE 'AA00015023_00149' INGEST_TIME '2013-08-08T23:23:31-04:00'
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT 'UF' PROJECT 'UFDC'
REQUEST_EVENTS TITLE Disseminate Event
REQUEST_EVENT NAME 'disseminate request placed' TIME '2014-06-18T11:36:25-04:00' NOTE 'request id: 301053; This is a disseminate from Traveler Wendell see CAS-44930-P0B9' AGENT 'Stephen'
finished' '2014-06-18T12:47:32-04:00' '' 'SYSTEM'
FILES
FILE SIZE '39870' DFID 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file0' ORIGIN 'DEPOSITOR' PATH 'sip-filesAA00015023_00149.xml'
MESSAGE_DIGEST ALGORITHM 'MD5' 62130bac9873b91e5c90f0bd01912904
'SHA-1' f6fda9c04f1ee98abdbeaf0c52391ba928dd7438
EVENT '2013-08-08T23:18:31-04:00' OUTCOME 'success'
PROCEDURE describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:52-04:00'
virus check
'2014-06-18T12:42:43-04:00'
xml resolution
'52162440' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file1' 'sip-files00001.tif'
3a56ab71eaaba1b76ea079c809934237
3828bd749c585a3a628ca0114fd897b3afbcf251
'2013-08-08T23:18:15-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:31-04:00'
virus check
'52683580' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file10' 'sip-files00004.tif'
4254b26448e3fe65da1d982571a3e5cf
02ce7978333e63ddaaad8ed349fba20256553636
'2013-08-08T23:18:01-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:05-04:00'
virus check
'41230' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file100' 'sip-files00004thm.jpg'
1a0dc63214ecf17f6f7412ada3e8aca9
6e9a1a1daebbc240bbcf0c818d08de0cc0b47dd4
'2013-08-08T23:17:25-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:01-04:00'
virus check
'41769' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file101' 'sip-files00005thm.jpg'
00b15f364f80a642744727c8c6e06b0b
030a02d011384791c8c8b523ab57ddcfe1ad6fc9
'2013-08-08T23:17:19-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:14:49-04:00'
virus check
'42780' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file102' 'sip-files00006thm.jpg'
ca89ddb2c719431156710defbd01c8c4
2985c036f8d2a793c499e7e5198335036fb1755a
'2013-08-08T23:17:40-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:27-04:00'
virus check
'42902' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file103' 'sip-files00007thm.jpg'
ae3545bdbe5a9837dc39dcb553ffd397
38a53fad46dedc287fa7c074f210de402d6fa363
'2013-08-08T23:18:33-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:55-04:00'
virus check
'43290' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file104' 'sip-files00008thm.jpg'
c33261949df60f66c69be0eb7181925e
8b71d979527675bc1b332f5028091c0d42280a9c
'2013-08-08T23:17:31-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:15-04:00'
virus check
'41460' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file105' 'sip-files00009thm.jpg'
0b1e18f34428a7d22eb22003e25e5eb2
9f8017fffc3d26e797ce72b8a82b357817b67457
'2013-08-08T23:17:27-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:07-04:00'
virus check
'41239' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file106' 'sip-files00010thm.jpg'
82c87eefb5fb0193117ea0a4f5d934c6
7bfec4720501e2700943bbff2cf9289eabfe1efe
'2013-08-08T23:18:27-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:47-04:00'
virus check
'42263' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file107' 'sip-files00011thm.jpg'
acecda16d87c3a2741a6d738366157f7
a28640d0a527fa214ba46a21f5f411026780a2c9
'2013-08-08T23:18:43-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:17:09-04:00'
virus check
'40883' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file108' 'sip-files00012thm.jpg'
65e6b09b81b4f7b2b66c372cfc13b8b0
7f410ad3ee80774cd7e88c2de37b22e1806fe04e
'2013-08-08T23:18:35-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:59-04:00'
virus check
'42267' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file109' 'sip-files00013thm.jpg'
5d5bd94dcffb18d4d277c51f8f302498
be5ba10f927ee5b90559b8c2abde25a2405c4343
'2013-08-08T23:18:23-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:42-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file11'
4254b26448e3fe65da1d982571a3e5cf
02ce7978333e63ddaaad8ed349fba20256553636
'2013-08-08T23:18:19-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:37-04:00'
virus check
'41335' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file110' 'sip-files00014thm.jpg'
4631542b0a06652c3d7a7f3b6d5f1ff6
ba82e933626dcd30213ed11ad4836fbfa53b899b
'2013-08-08T23:17:49-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:43-04:00'
virus check
'41947' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file111' 'sip-files00015thm.jpg'
11f74efd19cf6b2fec393785dbf9e12b
0236f4657250c40139564e3eca016446b34636cd
describe
virus check
'42216' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file112' 'sip-files00016thm.jpg'
fee67dde5370f3174d440b969bdf3aea
686a5af57df638c29501331c6a86f8dde8b9998a
'2013-08-08T23:17:21-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:14:52-04:00'
virus check
'168749' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file113' 'sip-files00001.pro'
f48d010d169c0070f02f4814a5a57031
908b82daf1ccfbfd3fe8d6bcdbae89010764ddc3
'2013-08-08T23:17:18-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:14:48-04:00'
virus check
'108828' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file114' 'sip-files00002.pro'
594cca1d4c0cd928160060b66c5333ba
1d8c604aec0a9e1e3338860d8c6cfc78cb427922
'2013-08-08T23:18:38-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:17:02-04:00'
virus check
'184054' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file115' 'sip-files00003.pro'
bfe7c7527bcec0e4544800a032578a6a
3c7e1c09fccbc01d2db09e5735b88c5e3235f5fe
describe
virus check
'202462' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file116' 'sip-files00004.pro'
dc01e6414a4f737b70937fcd7b17a404
109650e8ea5abf8b48650d9e2c0ccd5b38bd49fd
'2013-08-08T23:18:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'126913' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file117' 'sip-files00005.pro'
5f19234b03c7e90c414c3d046babe0b3
6cb7daf192fa905bd197846bf6f435128ceace0a
'2013-08-08T23:17:54-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:52-04:00'
virus check
'187609' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file118' 'sip-files00006.pro'
65434286e4b201dd4b284d90f24d052f
9e54df99c41cdec919f606b148996609eb1c1e33
describe
virus check
'86790' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file119' 'sip-files00007.pro'
e6edbb88b93f2253373100cacb4e1444
ac09149ddc56058ba9a1f1140e2b4638d9f7de2d
'2013-08-08T23:17:52-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:50-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file12'
4254b26448e3fe65da1d982571a3e5cf
02ce7978333e63ddaaad8ed349fba20256553636
'2013-08-08T23:18:45-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:17:12-04:00'
virus check
'165674' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file120' 'sip-files00008.pro'
035dad95cb66299589ddfa3fa5176d2f
89deb641bfe6482ae447864352b1a881ab36bf89
'2013-08-08T23:18:41-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:17:07-04:00'
virus check
'179617' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file121' 'sip-files00009.pro'
33afc935a27d3a58ed94ea4c8ae1bfb3
819007560d1a82e33eac7182e83d4ae8ca672d5a
describe
virus check
'76384' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file122' 'sip-files00010.pro'
42df5444174efafe0b28db067905e5d6
08f189b859bc04cca05c574c0ff0950d2ef1b959
'2013-08-08T23:18:30-04:00'
describe
virus check
'222561' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file123' 'sip-files00011.pro'
874fdf88a4787ad164e3a7ef0613ca19
7ca088657fac484ecf8563a3c1ad119a33c16e5d
'2013-08-08T23:17:32-04:00'
describe
virus check
'219059' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file124' 'sip-files00012.pro'
c0e2dca2b6679947f70aef492c9e31b3
d687c1321bd062170dd47fa2c797abda16f14703
'2013-08-08T23:17:37-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:24-04:00'
virus check
'235362' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file125' 'sip-files00013.pro'
efe71e213ff43f3971c71c13309889b4
7eb51e68a4a8b4a577176bfa940dce4488fd0bf2
describe
virus check
'198674' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file126' 'sip-files00014.pro'
d0740569bb7d86d782c4eab075170ded
2714e50f1d6f70964d3f21cf1e3f18d66fdc549d
describe
virus check
'150484' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file127' 'sip-files00015.pro'
6736a1652d02b8bc23acf4f709468948
49678cbc2e75d47fad7cb0f4e8300bbcb6cb4638
'2013-08-08T23:17:23-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:14:56-04:00'
virus check
'91402' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file128' 'sip-files00016.pro'
bfdf0473056988598add64905bf90051
ffe19d416a0562c97eee01b1d23ea0c1fa79f099
'2013-08-08T23:17:57-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:59-04:00'
virus check
'6729' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file129' 'sip-files00001.txt'
78cebd082e1f1604d93732d01f1879f5
ea2595ddb3bfd62dc8c88ff583db864508d62acc
describe
virus check
'52683872' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file13' 'sip-files00005.tif'
8580c75894fbbcf3f57d4a35da10b119
b4f3b6aa93d497cfe0febac34433c25b5beba404
describe
virus check
'4517' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file130' 'sip-files00002.txt'
36b018aee3ae3b8b1501b7f962ff9725
06d9a40c560046e7fe447bc8dacbd8b79cb485d1
describe
'2013-08-08T23:17:10-04:00'
virus check
'7543' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file131' 'sip-files00003.txt'
d3a2f2f671db5c06c951749955b325f4
b12e7eafa9cab8a436ed3b6208666fc65463deb8
describe
virus check
'8795' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file132' 'sip-files00004.txt'
337d675d1f7d849195a5b4a093a1d749
9d9d39c15681b5014921d154074baf28e119a1f6
'2013-08-08T23:17:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'5875' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file133' 'sip-files00005.txt'
d5e78e83e0a4ab5c41b5de9606a318a5
568f624c91b2def8f9ea1bf28db620bbac3ccc7b
describe
Invalid character
virus check
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
Invalid character
'7421' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file134' 'sip-files00006.txt'
482a2c033c9adcf113c3affc0bca4e02
c8640ac6be0be77cce5628f31595f1e0484b755e
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'3989' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file135' 'sip-files00007.txt'
1ebc0866799ca5945e22d2a835e73ffc
ba162a626b7dc17f200de21ddade2ad440c14d78
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6841' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file136' 'sip-files00008.txt'
c3e276209e109fb67ea3162357e794e0
3164b45aeeb09508f9b18a5a3136a3b701ca1bfd
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7424' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file137' 'sip-files00009.txt'
671e39deff1a5dab8ef2bd17272a97b6
df3a294b2aad566f7281e770f0f0e5ac143002f7
'2013-08-08T23:18:17-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2013-08-08T23:16:34-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'4591' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file138' 'sip-files00010.txt'
1ed11a434b2d4829d7db91edc56ab08a
d485e3cc8bc240134924c0b4cf3a454ee0c3801b
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8874' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file139' 'sip-files00011.txt'
70d0f66559566d0c120371a0017b0488
ba80e59dcde16dbe2e5242324d755227743315ef
'2013-08-08T23:17:42-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2013-08-08T23:15:31-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file14'
8580c75894fbbcf3f57d4a35da10b119
b4f3b6aa93d497cfe0febac34433c25b5beba404
'2013-08-08T23:17:16-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:14:43-04:00'
virus check
'9420' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file140' 'sip-files00012.txt'
6ca55510c5efc86e523b7d158230366a
cc9b02df80c8a4a3058913bbf918e4c7da993a71
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'9806' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file141' 'sip-files00013.txt'
205a3267df284fb4cd5ecdc30305f291
b719098ddb1c8ccebff3d9a6f0ef666e2f9dbada
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8061' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file142' 'sip-files00014.txt'
d3d001235c7d61049aef8caa05c1d077
df3ff0940e3847461b02f9a0dc052204eefef964
'2013-08-08T23:18:13-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2013-08-08T23:16:29-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6117' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file143' 'sip-files00015.txt'
2c381aac3dbbe4ab5ecdc04a39da32a0
85b65f34a4d6f9e47ba39dc29dcc781ee9058ab2
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'4250' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file144' 'sip-files00016.txt'
911d0fd24bfa112ad76a3007a8a4a594
5e31e6c134c4e94119ac2c1067804493d69cf1b3
'2013-08-08T23:17:15-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2013-08-08T23:14:39-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'28927' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file145' 'sip-filesAA00015023_00149.mets'
6e791dafe3c7d3c6ab7fdff9591db41f
6a39aba9d4474e48fd3d30335e6c816792b127f8
'2013-08-08T23:18:21-04:00'
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.
'2013-08-08T23:16:40-04:00'
virus check
xml resolution
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:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file15'
8580c75894fbbcf3f57d4a35da10b119
b4f3b6aa93d497cfe0febac34433c25b5beba404
'2013-08-08T23:18:47-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:17:14-04:00'
virus check
'51399584' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file16' 'sip-files00006.tif'
edb97492ba03940a5df9a516c8a246d9
6b20d7d63dcd8d4f31a672cc02dff068993dd0aa
'2013-08-08T23:17:45-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:36-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file17'
edb97492ba03940a5df9a516c8a246d9
6b20d7d63dcd8d4f31a672cc02dff068993dd0aa
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file18'
edb97492ba03940a5df9a516c8a246d9
6b20d7d63dcd8d4f31a672cc02dff068993dd0aa
describe
virus check
'52684188' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file19' 'sip-files00007.tif'
fe1fd1e1c74456daf088488157c18796
95523f1eb74a702e9791fa5140295c656c2e63a0
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file2'
3a56ab71eaaba1b76ea079c809934237
3828bd749c585a3a628ca0114fd897b3afbcf251
'2013-08-08T23:17:33-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:17-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file20'
fe1fd1e1c74456daf088488157c18796
95523f1eb74a702e9791fa5140295c656c2e63a0
describe
'2013-08-08T23:14:51-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file21'
fe1fd1e1c74456daf088488157c18796
95523f1eb74a702e9791fa5140295c656c2e63a0
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:14-04:00'
virus check
'52684288' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file22' 'sip-files00008.tif'
b0d81b1e187f2f071c62080cc6450189
f76411d06bebafaf5da69fe7ba3c99b2a6d2fbf2
'2013-08-08T23:18:29-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:50-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file23'
b0d81b1e187f2f071c62080cc6450189
f76411d06bebafaf5da69fe7ba3c99b2a6d2fbf2
'2013-08-08T23:18:02-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:09-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file24'
b0d81b1e187f2f071c62080cc6450189
f76411d06bebafaf5da69fe7ba3c99b2a6d2fbf2
'2013-08-08T23:18:04-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:12-04:00'
virus check
'52683720' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file25' 'sip-files00009.tif'
6f511e173891a944e35c66a406ece927
8311938efcf481c974e26ca63fee75aeef2b3aa7
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file26'
6f511e173891a944e35c66a406ece927
8311938efcf481c974e26ca63fee75aeef2b3aa7
'2013-08-08T23:18:06-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:16-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file27'
6f511e173891a944e35c66a406ece927
8311938efcf481c974e26ca63fee75aeef2b3aa7
'2013-08-08T23:18:08-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:18-04:00'
virus check
'52090724' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file28' 'sip-files00010.tif'
128da4ace8a74be78c07555af623287f
4e20f5360aeb9a96cb4e189f78874d4ae9b05f3d
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file29'
128da4ace8a74be78c07555af623287f
4e20f5360aeb9a96cb4e189f78874d4ae9b05f3d
'2013-08-08T23:17:39-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file3'
3a56ab71eaaba1b76ea079c809934237
3828bd749c585a3a628ca0114fd897b3afbcf251
'2013-08-08T23:17:29-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:12-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file30'
128da4ace8a74be78c07555af623287f
4e20f5360aeb9a96cb4e189f78874d4ae9b05f3d
describe
virus check
'52413720' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file31' 'sip-files00011.tif'
cb83e191aa9e468e157af1031b8d3fbd
985ef1d6b1b2ac4cd36461c68ba71b70014bafc2
'2013-08-08T23:18:11-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:25-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file32'
cb83e191aa9e468e157af1031b8d3fbd
985ef1d6b1b2ac4cd36461c68ba71b70014bafc2
'2013-08-08T23:17:59-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:01-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file33'
cb83e191aa9e468e157af1031b8d3fbd
985ef1d6b1b2ac4cd36461c68ba71b70014bafc2
'2013-08-08T23:17:41-04:00'
describe
virus check
'52448184' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file34' 'sip-files00012.tif'
0070026d5d28cd25f2816adcc3ca57fb
1128dc23804464071c66e6e79f102524b5c0029b
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:58-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file35'
0070026d5d28cd25f2816adcc3ca57fb
1128dc23804464071c66e6e79f102524b5c0029b
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file36'
0070026d5d28cd25f2816adcc3ca57fb
1128dc23804464071c66e6e79f102524b5c0029b
'2013-08-08T23:17:35-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:22-04:00'
virus check
'52683836' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file37' 'sip-files00013.tif'
0cdc7b391a14c562aa87a38d87ffa99c
36193bdef90689df73c446a84f100556e8e33526
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file38'
0cdc7b391a14c562aa87a38d87ffa99c
36193bdef90689df73c446a84f100556e8e33526
'2013-08-08T23:17:43-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:34-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file39'
0cdc7b391a14c562aa87a38d87ffa99c
36193bdef90689df73c446a84f100556e8e33526
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:06-04:00'
virus check
'50194936' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file4' 'sip-files00002.tif'
7ee626221ae49f59a13c34a66c7d5adf
8ba31e3326b7dde412d7f5dfa411f10e25f8dd20
'2013-08-08T23:18:10-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:22-04:00'
virus check
'51024760' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file40' 'sip-files00014.tif'
be489d5f7df1251a8e0f12656fee99d4
434ba5f6d1c9ecece8db6ebe6139f9108827df13
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file41'
be489d5f7df1251a8e0f12656fee99d4
434ba5f6d1c9ecece8db6ebe6139f9108827df13
'2013-08-08T23:17:48-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:42-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file42'
be489d5f7df1251a8e0f12656fee99d4
434ba5f6d1c9ecece8db6ebe6139f9108827df13
'2013-08-08T23:17:47-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:40-04:00'
virus check
'51641012' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file43' 'sip-files00015.tif'
31ebfb2d6a54925ff55a0fbbf1166392
7a52069ba8a1119498934c0d3cf544ec611dab53
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file44'
31ebfb2d6a54925ff55a0fbbf1166392
7a52069ba8a1119498934c0d3cf544ec611dab53
'2013-08-08T23:17:56-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:56-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file45'
31ebfb2d6a54925ff55a0fbbf1166392
7a52069ba8a1119498934c0d3cf544ec611dab53
'2013-08-08T23:18:25-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:45-04:00'
virus check
'52684096' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file46' 'sip-files00016.tif'
178b61e31a30be1b028006328922030b
410f854cab7d1822de8b160bb39e7174b590e0ed
'2013-08-08T23:17:50-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:47-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file47'
178b61e31a30be1b028006328922030b
410f854cab7d1822de8b160bb39e7174b590e0ed
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file48'
178b61e31a30be1b028006328922030b
410f854cab7d1822de8b160bb39e7174b590e0ed
describe
virus check
'2172484' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file49' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
bc60bf22d2582e40ad395ee5e662a7ae
2e2dbdec9e668c628a1e5ec5dedab4e32e31ecfe
'2013-08-08T23:18:18-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:35-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file5'
7ee626221ae49f59a13c34a66c7d5adf
8ba31e3326b7dde412d7f5dfa411f10e25f8dd20
'2013-08-08T23:18:16-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:33-04:00'
virus check
'2090516' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file50' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
498ee11374c6b8fbeb94e7998e7a170d
7497da89b1d6a979aeb662a08ebbd434ef6618f1
describe
virus check
'2169470' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file51' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
92b0c06f12070ec86ea373d351de5a7f
dc7697e51c2347a94e9916a0abb4691ffb6178ec
describe
virus check
'2194228' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file52' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
c81f879de00f4edcd99fd99e166cb15c
ca987fe70a079941c4b1b9c1c69f9b47eda4802b
'2013-08-08T23:18:05-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2194211' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file53' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
ed96404d98ced8599d40e4e7aa7a01aa
c17d6d04aa415f26c76020063304b091581127b8
describe
virus check
'2140676' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file54' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
5c47effa96ac4ff57a397d21caa27ef4
a1a2a66a63adac603413239fc0f4a88c255010df
describe
virus check
'2194221' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file55' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
d728a7746648ed0ced327115af5a0950
8b1fb11a48c9ac57306a76a2f6ff0336b5b25f88
describe
'2013-08-08T23:14:57-04:00'
virus check
'2194213' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file56' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
9a4a2b1687996e9d5cf58c3bd45d5eee
1f20eb5023a3d26fd245146197f6d8d64628cd56
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:23-04:00'
virus check
'2194227' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file57' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
d768e14c69dd78760fcf6d018c769782
a5f3d3b6ff15e82eca82befed466a19710eb3457
describe
virus check
'2169511' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file58' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
cb27233bc8c68dc6ecfed93b9c090b83
35b394c43ee6e961dd212324ef0cb9157a8504fe
describe
virus check
'2182933' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file59' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
a4c9bb5c777af86d752868b278a7e6ed
194422220721fab9fa8a4c8e41029fd80b5e47fc
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file6'
7ee626221ae49f59a13c34a66c7d5adf
8ba31e3326b7dde412d7f5dfa411f10e25f8dd20
describe
virus check
'2184393' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file60' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
a344487d7c77afa4ed0995524074f572
e2b2d9bdd08de28a7f6239d19bcc6f322dcbf212
describe
virus check
'2194218' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file61' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
d06343da0417475a6de890b69bcadc46
c29ae67b20c709f659ee649927734c7edb9cdcb1
describe
virus check
'2125082' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file62' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
1bc656395b0261ca7cf6195ebde93d5b
f0d7e6ec29a8584aa40d302693decf246c9cf6f2
describe
virus check
'2150754' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file63' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
f3a6001593f2cdfcaf5fd1ce0ce41e57
25f4978dcf217540b7695c9e5f4ebddcd9866a8d
describe
'2013-08-08T23:16:53-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file64' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
f1d1ebf9f525faafe3742eb32bea39e7
b9ea8652cb2f0dbe812de379954802c6124f3d3c
describe
virus check
'779011' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file65' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
ae140d50e8d5a8d5bf5ec41e99ec1d4e
23d00ec83eca69160018f6c10d56821d31f24489
describe
virus check
'95283' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file66' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
3cf2aa226c98b168ead68fcc0c200a2b
d189b558718403dc3ff3142b0f3e725155fba124
describe
virus check
'759987' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file67' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
abcdfbfc72b0ae6038fc82b2377ce091
20e9ffa6407096b0e0c09483e6a1d8d05809fb54
'2013-08-08T23:18:22-04:00'
describe
virus check
'94784' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file68' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
78b4d965b17407ccf7682460ce6a91e2
c0026391f97e1c21eb5a99649e20dd45dc971c73
describe
virus check
'856173' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file69' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
335c21754df906856bb8a5325642fa24
841c4543dd04044510a886f64a7776af11290fd1
describe
virus check
'52090528' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file7' 'sip-files00003.tif'
e0d9d6a0ad8271ad52005cb4d61c621c
dfff0aeeca024241a15c642d86f3155ef798a8ed
describe
virus check
'98761' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file70' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
0a2d15b7ecd28c2f43fe185297e6ac7a
fa925f81797d9bd8d9ff0181bc48b02181398bf6
describe
virus check
'848513' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file71' 'sip-files00004.jpg'
40bc033cb4fd190346259b521e2cfd7e
1543216fb3ad0d831cd66965cbce2f6a4f8bdd10
describe
virus check
'99178' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file72' 'sip-files00004.QC.jpg'
cf000e33a77880d71ac6e59314a70256
27b626f833b27f00ea14bfd75462d2fc4b9a85cc
describe
virus check
'821929' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file73' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
03af9b77c7eacccf93d9fe01ed4b5159
3b8d51bed8a89b9f2dcc71e00340c94d9b39e385
'2013-08-08T23:17:17-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:14:44-04:00'
virus check
'98727' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file74' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
660c28f14092fdf2de6c4539e06c2d55
913643b05a7bdbc05bf4149b4d402d0ee75eb551
describe
virus check
'816073' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file75' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
4d19616a891815a2b834eae36040b80a
33ad7bad08b6e4d72caf10bbd5c60de8493664e4
describe
virus check
'102336' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file76' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
462ebcf34a97d3980476bf2c81ea5c08
4ce7ec72a34ebf9b58aafbd8c8b45e6d9f7b7e77
describe
virus check
'774486' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file77' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
8bb152e953120f2ef2d92f897f2c8460
f476c7437a095bcec39843c802664fe5857afca9
describe
virus check
'97819' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file78' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
30195c4a9107523e7db133aff9857d5f
bc8c1fdac461d442c88d219d1ce6dae35de5326c
describe
virus check
'815390' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file79' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
82829b07ff413e7967a19a9e863630da
c2b03964bf08c8ecd230942bb507dd94d08327d4
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file8'
e0d9d6a0ad8271ad52005cb4d61c621c
dfff0aeeca024241a15c642d86f3155ef798a8ed
'2013-08-08T23:18:39-04:00'
describe
'2013-08-08T23:17:05-04:00'
virus check
'102067' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file80' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
7332a69334f80bec35041b244809a076
6bf27ce3cbdac3a975c5683aa4310ae5cc88f2d4
describe
'2013-08-08T23:15:25-04:00'
virus check
'778757' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file81' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
58343e431147c7ef3e25548d7fd6bbef
b3199fc5dc758d087aa6e26d4b7cc23771d72ca5
describe
virus check
'95802' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file82' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
50afb98ef0e2cedab650a5d62748f908
43b7959bceb8bc32c262dbfd68016914c650e818
describe
virus check
'726714' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file83' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
ae1314399f5c84d674408a234839fe7e
c48245e771bdcfe9fadb9c4be766e364d1ca7e1e
describe
virus check
'93316' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file84' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
dc4a71e880fe916482e96c5491e621d4
7ec65ccb9e6fc5dfdc5294ae515920a25d93f8b9
describe
virus check
'833364' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file85' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
689cc05e0eb4d2137dec879140f46ab9
eb1d9401d1bf8ede608199a916e2795e34ae8de6
describe
virus check
'100795' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file86' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
e5d7da8f65e1ca32343ad8d79a281511
59ea27a63a175f7a9cd8269635206b69f3262896
describe
virus check
'903492' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file87' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
a15fe24263de47da48f34445c0a964ee
52fcbccfc4b1fbacd05cb7b5f7df69d8cd0dd5fc
describe
virus check
'99732' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file88' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
16fda56deb4d4509a70a649548761ecd
6b62e0afb5f4813a47e7068b44734bf5e86cc33b
describe
virus check
'874508' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file89' 'sip-files00013.jpg'
97e41fda814193f8987f8f00ef085c87
a578ce444583233a7109a2e2881ff27c19c73366
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file9'
e0d9d6a0ad8271ad52005cb4d61c621c
dfff0aeeca024241a15c642d86f3155ef798a8ed
describe
virus check
'103462' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file90' 'sip-files00013.QC.jpg'
24fb6fbe2ba1e7d5eafbd3ce12500452
de9beb50e166d1a3ac6c17ca3dd01e7ad2a07809
describe
virus check
'894912' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file91' 'sip-files00014.jpg'
06f0eebe0d09dd784b5e735e5c5d5d56
5112121cca5d12a2f2dac2a5b596a3879b0ca28b
describe
virus check
'101677' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file92' 'sip-files00014.QC.jpg'
ddfe2ae12eef94cba872a6d292edc8c6
295a518d35694c9695c2dcd8ba13f93668bf1943
describe
virus check
'761086' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file93' 'sip-files00015.jpg'
2917022b965acbaf1dbbdae7956ef2ee
0e801ade4d2f57610e6b2ac277255b1a1a00ea7f
'2013-08-08T23:18:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'97179' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file94' 'sip-files00015.QC.jpg'
2467262fed8c7f1070822a6e9ae8e621
23396743df44ea3556945cb89f534932d34241d7
describe
virus check
'753297' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file95' 'sip-files00016.jpg'
e21c5ff57719fef3945a929207b458b3
f0c8bed6d61a114926dbe51abede64ac51e54692
describe
virus check
'95220' 'info:fdaE7PWYAX3W_4D53Y4file96' 'sip-files00016.QC.jpg'
823f380d5b98d7c69e816ec61655aa5e
bc9b3ff1a28dffc10ca7099ef9eaa1df26b9e47f
describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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describe
virus check


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