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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
Creation Date:
October 29, 1950

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00348


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THE HAITIAN. ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER_____
,VOL. VI Port au Prince Republique d'Haiti Telephone 2061 Sunday, JANUARY 8th 1956 No. 1


FLAMES RAVAGE

KOURI STORE
Heavy lo'scs were caused to
Jean N. Kouri's retail store at the
Rue Traversiere '- Grand'Rue
intersection by a stubborn recur-
rent fire which defied four fire
engines most of Tuesday night
and sprang into life again Wed-
nesday morning, after apparently
being subdued. "
Handicapped by lack of water
pressure, Captain Georges Eie's
devoted firefighters battled 'the
,roaring flames in the two-storey
building belonging to Mr. Elie
Joseph. Three squads of retn-


BLONDE GIRL COOK JUMPS


OFF SHIP IN MID-OCEANU.S. WarVet
The usually gay cruise ship i' a hand across his forehead. ,and ] ,^,- Attempts Suicide


tirivia, distinguisled by itA 84- it was pitch dark. Suddenly the
member girl crew, was shroud- alarm wag given -V Woman over-
ed in tragedy.v as it made port in board.,)
the capital Thursday. ,
Two Jife-belts were immediate-
Captain Sune Lindgren, tired ly thrown info the gently swell-
and worn-looking after his all ing oil dark sea, automatically
night vigil, retold, for the Sun., illuminated on striking the water,
tie dramnqtic story of the disap- then twio more were added, Cap-
pearance ol 21-year-old Gunvor tain LLndgrvn recalled.
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At Park Hotel \'
Park Hotel, one of the somino- ,
lent, respectable hotels bordel-iag '-
Champ de Mars was thrown :i
into the limelight Monday ..'.
when a former U.S. Air Force ,,
Major chose it for his. abortive .
temptt at suicide. '''


forcements hid to be brought in tiful, blonde cold-cook's assistant The oPatricia', nortnnound The veteran e d f t
to assist the crews of engines 1.4 who reportedly plunged ever '-dorn Curacao. turned back on The veteran, rered-from the
*Armed Forces after di tingu1'ih-
and 9,and the massive 5000 gallon board as the ship rounded the its 'curse, 'and lIfe-boats were dsinths-?
Wesicn ii) or lait 11:1 p~mserac.ice in the Pacific where
tank truck was brought into play \\'stlrn i, of Haiti 11:10 p.m. .sent out to -cour the surface. Buted servi n t P ii r "
when bhc hyirants failed.to.funf- Vcdnesdav. two hours intensive search failed 'hIe won two decorations, arrived
tion. AWe were seven miles off the to produce a sign of the missing in 'Haiti December 30, sered .
We;Itern extremity of Haiti,, the girl, so the rescue attempt was t eRina te sd Gren 'Wai- .'n
(Continued on:page2) handsome captain said,_ passing abandoned and the Swedish crui- Tte P -earson a terse of tf'a..
....-.-scship carie cn to Port au Prin-
transferred to Park Hotel iO
e, docking here 6:30 a.m. transferred to Park Hol 1100'.:
:-TEACH THEM IMERINGLE TOO P.m. New Year's Day. Clerks.
';'._-'. __ ._ 'u .. _,_ Euil dGUNVOR- broughtt tnher.reported h jje
i" s'" ""...'' O "T TSuicide? ._ o 'cge:y to the PATRICIA bnm a highly ne 'Poles c ...' ,;.
oi( i o s Lead Vis: Sole wiss of e incident was ay oo
^TL LTO.IJ-Ii / S o.b y L/f ~'-Thi:f Deck Steward Erik Endlin- ro:t:, b,_'re. It was her first maimed in his-room and evident- ."
eaabil -ino ts incden was Mon~day .tterno Pdearsbntd- it-
in Track Fo balli Tournament d who re-e-ted seeing the girl h e lY Iy iedatthedecibntom-
S.Unless tonight's encounter is lost 52-44 in the track meet which weigh herself on the rail at the i A &,s. friend, also a member mit, suicide; as at about 3:00p.m." '
,as big a snrprise -as that on Fri- opened the series. (See detailed :extreme 3ft of the promenCe 'of the galley t.aff. said that hotel employees saw' himith "s .
'lday night, St. Louis supporters esults below).' "deck and vault overboard into Gumnvor hlad appeared sad and de-. out of the room bleeding"t fr4oma *i
""will be in a very festive mood The following evening at Stade lie wakl of the propellor. She p.-esst'd recently. The, attractive large wounds inflicted with a -
.when the whistle shrills the end Magloir? a fair crowd turned out i was eo far astern when she jump- 'tt!e red-eiad appeared shaken; razor blade on his 'wrist`Va.d
of a football-track-field contest to -ee the blue and white jerseys j ed it is unlikely that she was when she was ,interviewed Thurs- thigh. -"." '
with St. George's 'College of Ja- ":m all over their oppuneirts -atuek by propellor bldes, the day, sad-ey. and grieving. .
M.naica. i n the first half netting one with- stlward 'said. Sorrow Dr." Constant -Holhnt wa i '
to dale-, St. Louis has-taken all in five minutes of t1he starting The entire crew was deeply at- mediatelyy summoned a i. ende i
the ionous e Endlie was standing on the fected by tne tragedy. Everyone red First A'd to the wounded
*'against Janmaica's leading Ca- I Ot',,ide Right Lay D'Oyen ban- ;deck tzlki n g to Ch i e f Chef from the captain to the girls si- man. The patient was transferr- '
t64lifc -rhaol. i ged lhe ball home after a St. G. Palstemar when ihe tragic inci- lentfy sitting in red-eyed groups ed to H6spice St Francois de So-
Arrnvmg in high spirits noon C o'f-n,-i'h, down the left side dent oc-nrrz~]. Palstemar was. :b6ut the dpeck appeared nLmb- les and, as soon's he was out ocf :
,:Monday and, accompanied by"' ( the fiedJ thal placed inside cooking g away from the girl but ed by theshock, sorrow and fa- danger, shipped" to the United '
Haiti's ol]d oorts friend Panch'o Ieft Hosang in a key position. He heard his companion exclaim, tigua 6f thi night before the States by the'Embassy here. ,
Rankine Joe Kelly vice Presi- hipped th-2 ball oTt. to the inside Look! She is jumping !,A. 'They! i-st incident of the kind since. Pearson told a'nun at the Hos-
denk of Jhe St Geores Boys s- ~rilt. who failed to get there, rushed tD 'he rail and looked the ePatricia i first put to sea in piecee St. Francois that he lives n, :
'dent of the St. George's Boys As-v
sociation Father Campbell, Fath- : anti D'Oyen pounced oi it tq, over tut it was too dark to see | I Chester, N'ew Hampshire. .
er Cavendish, Mrs. Mills,:and Ivy convert. anything. so the alarm was given 1951. An official whep asked his opin--. "
Baxter, Jamaica's No 1.stage dan- St. Loajs immediately' struck i and all 'members of the crew c She was a lovely girl .'.. a Ion on the motive commented.- ':,.
eer, the .boys of the white and b.c'-k along the right wing, after 'loincd in he search. b'auiful girlh, said, the purser, <'Must have been a little, too --
blue" looked prepared to meet -o-kming the ball through the left ; h,.;.,n h. ead sadly. ocA really much celebrating).
the best this repubic -ouldoffer. ^ fnte-i- ir in a series of wenl- The lovely girl from the small lov-1y girl Pearson left Haiti, by tke 3:00,,
But dis=inlisionmeuat came on ,n:Phit;:oiled short passes. I Imn of Piteaa in-Northern Swe- Criwmemnlers standing near I O'clock flight to the 'teIS^ Sta-
Tuesday nit t when St. Geonrge' (Codhr ed op) page 31 ,den had joiLned the ship only a agreed in stricken monosyllables. Wednesday afoter'0oan.
Tuesday nigh-t when St. George's (Conivilmcd oil page 3) :de ba Ftndtehpol
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RIGHT-ST. GEORGE'S FOOTBALL TEAM for opening match (Chen Capt. Left: THE ST. LOUIS REPRESENTATIVES (Roland Roemnain), and Center, a tense
moment in the tournament as Brother Yves kicks off Friday night's garnme. The match was drawn 1-1, but St. Louis won the next 1-0.


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I: Haiti's popularity as a source
of inspiration for magazine writ-
ers and novelists has risen sharp-
ly in recent years, attracting ma-
ny of the most prominent mem-
bers of the journalistic and lite-f
rarv world to our beautiful and
unique country.

Among the famous visitors to
be seen in Haiti sces jours-cio are
S- Mimi Bendell, beautiful ex-Me-
tropolitan Opera star, who now
carols on Teevee, her husband
Walter- Gould, rhanager of con-,
cert artists, her son Jonathan
(2 years old) and her 'mother
* Mrs. Esther Bendell; 'Look, (cire.
4.500.000) Editor Dave Aldrich,
photographer Frank Beauman,
wife Frances aqd son Marc.
Mr. Aldrich is working on an opus
entitled CThe Vacation of Mimi
'Be ndetl in Haitb,, and shutter-
bug Beauman, fresh from a fo-
ray behind the Iron Curtain, is
doing the illustrations.
'the article which will appear in
Look will show Mimi enjoying
life in Haiti with her family after
Sa strenuous singing tour through
the U.S during which she was
forced to be away from her young
son. '

Mr, Bert Barkas, Public Rela-
tions Agent of eBarkas & Shalit
of New York, his wife and bro-
ther Marty arrived in Haiti last
Sunday to help prepare the arti-


cle on Mimi.

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.Music is one of the greatest
untapped sources of education and
entertainment for Haitian chil-
dren", says Sister Anne-Marie
principal of the Grace Merritt Ste-
wart Episcopalian school in Port
au Prince.
-And they have such a wonder-
ful sense of rhythm !,
Unfortunately, the opportunity
for making use of this latent talent
has not yet been fully opened to
the 185 little boys and girls at the
school, run by the Sipters of Saint
Margaret, of Boston, with an all-
'Hattian teaching staff.

Impromptu plays, rythmic dan-
ces, choral presentations are fre-
:;ucntly organized at the school,
but music reading and instrumen-
tal training have been neglected.
The pupils, taught up to the Ele
mentary Brevet I at' a nominal
monthly fee, impressed their au-
dience, and especially Bishop Al-
fred Voegeli with their mature


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Guests of the El Rancho and the
Villa Creole the Look group have
been taken through the touristic
prices by ONT Diiector Pierre Chau
vet.
Atter a iight onthe town Sun-
day, the visitors motoied up to
Ibo Lele Monday to see a friend.
They met six others the Alfred
Summers', 'Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
-Pasner, Mr. ahd Mrs. Frederick
Rudin.

On a visit to the 3.5QO ft. high
-Le Perchqlr., the Barkas' stood
in amazed ecstacy before, the pa-
norama of Port au Prince and
the coast, met proprietor Ells'
Noustas and received an Invita-
tion to dinner at the restaurant.

In quest of coz3little corners
recalling. the Paris bistros, the
visiting *Look )W'riters called at
Djoi Beauboeuf's Hole-in-the-Wall,
'where .Barbaneourt 5-star spe-
cial reserve proudly represented
Haiti's claim to distilling fame.


ol Band Have

ize Instruments
talent in a Christmas pageant just
before Christmas. Taught by Mlrs.
Marga-et Schlomann, the little
children gave an example of the
effectiveness of a mixed Haitian-
American cast.
Another eye-opener was the
yard-boy Anthony Belizaire who
taught himself to play both the
piano and the organ.
The serene, quiet-mannered
Sister told -the Sun when we visit-
ed the school this past week that
there was hope of forming an ex-
ceptionally good band if instru-
ments were available.
She reported that Miss Lulu
Diehl, head of the Community
Chest Drive for schools in Cleve-
land, Ohio, sent twenty-six small
harmonicas last month, so now4
the students have a mmouth-organ
band':

liss Diehl visited Haiti for the
opening of the Mathieu Communi-
ty Center in November built with
the aid of the Cleveland Friends
of Haiti, to which she belongs.
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then, they promise, Haiti will hear IALW AYS I THI
a genuine school band and a
good' onem.
Max DUVIV[KER
Rornd Point


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Completing the gay, sophisti-
cated atrnrosnhiere of the Rond
Pbint, Citz de FExposition, Lieu- -
tenant Max Bateau and other
members Flaiti'sr famous fami- M
ly of ( traiteurs, inaugurated a
their nmvidernistic. streamlined -
srestaurant-Ltancing', Thursday -
ev'ening.. I

The ina,jeirration, attended by |
His Exeel'lnrcy the President of
the Repubitic, attracted a large ---
and' distingfl shecd crowd of
guests
Butpauia, new %vt nture is a pas-
tel-painted, surrealist restaurant
oecupyiai the trIwo storeyed build
ing left, vacart and unfinished '
since the 1949 rExpositions.


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around the edege of a small dance
floor, flanked on,the far side by
another bar and commanding a
romantJc ,jew of the harbour and
ti1 boulevard.

FLAMES RAVAGE

KOURI STORE
(Continued from page I)

Finally, in the wee hours pf
Wednesday morning, the exhaust-
ed firefighters drenched the last
evident cinders of the. blaze,
dragged themselves off to bed.
leaving a lone sentry on guard.

6:00 a.m. Wednesday, the guard
noticed flames once again licking
the charred rains and urgently
summonetCd thre Fire Brigade: A
squad' of fi'nTfEghEiters sped to the
scene and gave. tle ecoup de gra-
ce to te- stubbotm fire.

The exact amount of the da,
rage has not yet been establish-
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One Misprint Too many in El Carib'; ST. LOUIS
I c IEADS

Editor Ornes Seeks Refuge in U.S. L GEORGE'SADS
ST. GEORGE'S
,,El Caribe., the Dominican Felf to keen Ornes and his wife
newspaper which distorted an As- from departing, They never went (Continued frcn paoe 1)
sociated P,%s release on Hazel's back.
aftermath in Haiti's southern pe- Ornes now plans to look for a
ninsula, pr:,tting a story blaming job in the U.r. While he looks,
the Government in their August he should have ample time. to
9th issue had one brush too many meditate on what that one ill-tom
with ,the printer's devil, Octo- I'ed caption cost him: hig substan-
her 27th. I tial savings the paper which he
A picture caption in that issue held undo. a Trujillo-granted
mentioned that flowers had been 'loan of $640,000), an income of
placed before Trujillo's tomb ins- around S60.000 villa. Bootlicking
tead of bust. El Benefactor, it would appear, is
,Time# headed their story of a remunerative business while
the consequences: %-One little it lasts..Time Alaga.:ine..
Words, but that isn't a mathema- ''
tically accur a te description of the -. .. ',C'
things Editcw German Ornes Call- i rr P&RIC Wf, ..


JEREMIE


M'pass6 deux jours Port-au-Prince pou m'rentre Jer6mie
par M-E Sirene, just oun saut mouton. Min lan m6 a te telle-
fment enrage, capitaine Oreste entree Grand Boucan c6 pa be-
tise lor norde pd souffle, oun lanme erase c6rps'l sou batiment
a balignin toute moune li joinde. Fanme r6le, jeune fi tombe
indispese. iDernier l'estomac chavire pou baille pouesson man-
ge.

L'hcure qa, timonier a la roue, ce oun jou6te passionnant
gen lap toque lane lanm con oun n'hom quimbe oun queue
billard. Toute 616ment cab ddchainin, jnin lor ou connin lan
point danger et que c6 pi bon captain cabotage -qu'ap cornm-
nmand6, ou rete zoreille a 1'6coute, ge clair, toute pore ou I'ou-
x-!i il!p prend plezi lan belle manoeuvre.

Pont bateau a ap chaloupt lan oun michant mambo, musique


ed Bencfa.tor Trujillo after his ] ,, L .. .-'.', ... .. jan me ac trlomoone vent, tambour dio qu'ap craze sou cote
fer, faith ou dens6 en place ac oup coute rein de temps en
flight to the U.S. BACK IN TOWN ^.i L^ temps pofat u pa dansqu6 me sure.
iTMir AIAC-B^--a --L temps pou pa manque mestire.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC tINDER ALIAS.. UNDER-SECRETARY of State for
ONE LITTLE WORD the Interior, Minister Roland Lb- Armateur batiment a Georges Rouzier, dos'l assez large pou
Under u-vnmer-Editor Germian For the fifth successive year, taillade embraces athletic Star Ro- F' support tracas. Oun seul coute lanme lailme chang6_pont
Ornes, the Dominican Republic Jean Gosselin's ComediLe de Pa- land Ronzain after 6m. 44 long batiment a ]an oun pandemonium de cris, qde rels et de Jduss
daily El Caribe praised Dictator ris opened to a packed house in jump win during St. Louis-St. Marie Joseph qui pas chanson con'n..yeda lor zaile lan mort
Rafael Trujillo slavishy, as do all Port au Prince Friday night Georges track meet. ap frol6 nous. Oun seul coute' lanme lan me fait oun fanme
Dominican newspapers. Last but this year the actors and ac- accouche. Ah, Georges Rouzier, lan coute temps gajti fi qui
week, at a pris conference in tresses have zhed their old name Peter Hill, tall, rangy St. Geor- faite A bord Sirne, comment yo ba li, Georg tze ou Marina?
Manhattan, German Ornes 36. and formed the AJean Gosselin ges goalkeeper was caught out '
bitterly labeled Trujillo a odes- Companya. of his goal as a powerful shot Enfin, nous Grand Boucan. Toute fanmes malades alignin
pot' and his regime a ?tyranny,a Though the name was new to was crashed. towards the net by SOUS toipele, qaq pi mal sous caban'n gaUle. ouesson mand.
accused him of usurpation, plun- Prt au Prince theater goers, the St. Louis' Clermont. But sound Pou6sson gros sel, yanme ac mantchdtasse fait moune, revive
der and criminal violence., pIlayers were anything but at postional play alerted certain di- Ian point remede con a. '
The 180o turnabout resulted least by reputation. All of the psaster for the visitors as Right r
from a ludicrously simple one- eightt featured actors and actres- Back 1-a1 sprang between the 'Min Me. Hermann D6sir, juge'de paix Grand Boucan. C6
word error in El Caribe last Oct. ses are widely known and praised sti cks to head the shot over the oun n'homncultiv6. Seul Roussan Camille t6 manqu6 lor nous
27. By an unexplained" fluke, a n Paris. bar. passe litt6rature colombienne en revue, lor po6mes Jos6 Asun-
picture caption in that issue men- Among the ,name players, are cion Silva tap chant sous oun tonnelle lan Grand Boucan.
,:;n.aA thfkn' itIn,,rn hon hann nrIn Tr.,.1n nr,.rmF-_q fln.,.rnani Claudie In thn csondnr half Rnlnrd Rn-l


ed before Trujillo's tomb Itmn-
ba), the word should have 'been
bust (bustol. It was a fatal error,
Ornes explained last week. be-
cause Trujillo "is very vain and
superstitious. He thinks he is
immortal, and the worst thing
you can do is suggest his death.
When he 'vaw the word tumba
in print Ornes said to his U.S.
born wife: .CThis is the end of
everything. ,.;
Fortunately for Ornes, he was
scheduled to leave for the U.S.
on business the following day.
Trujillo himself was in the U.S
at the time, and with the boss
away, nobody took it upon him-


Boutin, Marjine Bridoux, Tamar
Caldr Crouet, Monique Loran,
Jean Mqndain, Jean-Franqois Re-
mi, Jean and (his wife) Michele
Go.sselin.
Paul Emile Dieber, Comedie
Franqaise's celebrated producer
takes the Bows in the cmise en
cdne-> department, aided and
abetted 4y the great contributor
'otCanadian theater, Jean Dal-
main, while d'ecorsD were done
by Jacques DeVal, Jean Bertin,
-Tousselin and Lafargue.
The programme opens with
Les Fourberies de Seapin fRex)
Jan. 6; and closes'January 23 rd.
with# Topqze.


PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

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Here we are once againi :s-emhled aroundd the altar of our Native
Land to ilorify those who cr.,ve ur. \ith Liberty and Independance. s
reason to be, a' motive for belief in the Haitian Man. This land which
was to them a living Hell to whith they were bound by chains, which-i
they fertilized with their sweat, tears and blood, has been willed to
us through homeric struggles accounts of which-make us quiver even
today, so that. we might defend it and improve it making it worthy
of thesacrifices which our forefathers made.

Of what importance is it th.t the harvest has been slow in coming,
what does it matter if during the course of the ages we have many
times'failed to make use of this precious legacy? Always protecting
shadows have -ppeared in time to save us from destruction and to
bring forth men capable of reviving the flame which was only veiled.

The lessons of history ard rich in experiences. sometimes deceptive,
sometimes encouraging; We ha'e proved it during our five years of
Governmental administration. And without ever allowing ourselves to
be distrubed by the bitter disillusionment which constantly assails the
soul of a Chief of State. we have always chosen to confront them with
a little of the courage which our ancestors sho%%ed in times past, apply-
ing ourselves to the discovery of the solutions to the age old problems
{ our people whom v.'w ha'e decided to lead forth from the clutches
tflighorance, sickness':nd poverty, thus leading-them to conquer'more
d..more each day their Liberty and Independance in the. renewed
'iill of effort, in a homprehensi'e way and aware of their needs.

--e are proud, on this morning when all the church bells ring in
$i.ison to celebrate the glory of our heroes, known and unknown, to
"Ik of those who in 17.months, will succeed us, to continue this task
liieh we have undertaken, to impress on,hearts and minds the need
io renewing the discipline and sense of moral values which will give
10 our birth and life as a people a halo of grandeur and immortality.
':. And it is because we know that it is not only the power of arms or
economic factors which determine the destiny of nations that on this
very dear date of the first of January, in memory of the Fathers of
'thb Nation, we plead with you, people of H-:iti, to continue to guard
those immaterial strengths: Unity, Co-operation and Peace in the breast
of the .taitian Family.


nain, Center Back and Captain
of the St. Louis team, climaxed
in excellent performance by
blasting home an equaliser after
dribbling through a regiment of
opposingg defenders.

The visiting players looked
stronger in positional play, drib-
bling and shooting than their op-
ponents, and the small crowd
hat turned out in Friday's cold
wvas taken completely, by surprise
wheen St. Louis took ovr the game
from the whistle.
Ending the match with a 1-9
score (Romain from a penalty )
St. Louis proved cleaner, finer
ootballers,and better sportsmen,
n spite of the generally good
behavious of the boys from Kings-
on.
For this match very few chan-
ges had been made in the teams,
hut the contrast in fighting spirit
was obvious.

St. LoI1s b "'iL-)t in Carlos Ba-
yard at Left Back to replace his
injured brother Max, Rousseau
came in at Right Half instead
of.Emile and Remy played as
left -winger replacing Clermont.
For SL George's only Me. Ken-
zie was added to the forward line
while Left Back Hugh stayed off
the field.

Celebrations
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I" their Haitin ho-ts proved
ready to whip them on the athletic
field, the St. George's boys found
them also anxious to make sure
th", hid an unforgettable stay.
Fernand Magloire,. President
of.the Friends of Jamaica Socie-
ty in Haiti, received members of
both teams and their supporters
tit 'is honvc Thursday evening.
The director of the Regie de
Tabac paid tribute io Jocelyn
Mac Calla whose efforts had
-inne so much to strengthen Hai-
tian Jamaican friendship. He said
the Association has lost a great
deal of its energy and ef-
fect since Mr. Mac Callh's death
last year.
Mr. Mlagioire commented also
on the fanir" play shown by mem-
ber; of both teams and compli-
r'nntpd them on their spirit of
friendly riv.lry.


U
M'passd deuk jours Port-au-Prince ac deux jours sous lan
m6 pou m'rentrer Jdrdmie. Entre deux tempdtes, m'assistd
capitaine Oreste dtudi6 vent, Ian m&, la lune, pou m'd6bou-
quer, passer Pointe Bee A temps pou'q al mouiller la Cayemitte.

M'remetcid capitaine Oreste en pile pace que d6pi l'heu-a
temps a bouch6. Sans It, a sou6-a, lor'm fin'n dans6 guaratcha,
Madam Lucien Lavaud maitresse Nirvana pas ta pr6td'm plu-
me ac 1'encre pou'm dcritjuste A temps pou avion mardi-a.

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A CAP HAITIEN DOCTOR, not notably given to amorous escapades,
Found himself out of 'his depth in hot water the week before Christmas
beca-use of a mysterious telegramme... The missive, received at the
doctor's home by his wife (and opened), read ,approximately): DAR-
LING YOU MUST SPEND CHRISTMAS WITH ME WAITING ON YOU
LOVE KISSES and was signed by a woman... Mrs. Doctor waited for
her husband to come home from the hospital, latched on to an ear
and towed him down to the cable office where she berated him and the
telegraph operators, punctuating her abuse with right crosses to her
* astonished husband's chin... Two days later the wireless boys found
they .had" erred and sent the cable to the wrong doctor because his
first name was the same as the surname of a new colleague..... The
telegramme was addressed to a bachelor Dr ......... and only the fatal


surname... Jose Gomez Sicrj celebrated
art critic and chief of the Divi-
THE POST OFFICE ran out of stamps (Hazel) Tuesday... Dap Pi-. sion of Visual Arts of the Pan
guan (barn, choo, chi-chi-chi, waiii) is a top favourite lately, thanks American Union in Washington,
to Rudy Legros, Ibo Lele maestro, who recorded it, and gives it star was recently in Port au Prince
billing among his SHANGO serenades... to select paintings and sculptures
to represent Haiti in the great
WILLY THE FISHERMAN proved a sea-going Samaritan on. New International exhibition to be
Year's Eve -Haiti's biggest bang-up day- Visiting yachts-people Josie held in Houston in the Spring
'an Harry. Etheridge ran out of greenbacks just on the fatal day, dug Large v Museum Quality* phint-
up a five-pound note. and sent their ship's boy ashore to change it... ings by Rigaud Benoit, Toussaint
The boy headed for Willy, earned a refusal point-blank: Willy fished Auguste, Antonio Joseph, Prefete
in 16is pockets arid produced a $10 bill as a loan... A little later he Duffaut and Max Pinchinat were
showed up in person aboard the aGrabe, (the Etheridge boat) strain- selected. Al-o two sculptured
ing under a load of beers, rum and ice... It was a very Happy new bricks by Jasmin Joseph and a
year aboard the ketch... cSirene by metal Sculptor Geor-
'ges Liautaud, who did the impres-
ges- hna-u f-aud-_.


LAHAM'S new -jewelry store housed another fabulous gem exhibition
last weekend as Gerder of 12 Rue de la Paix, Paris, staged a three-
quarter-of-a-million dollar exhibition there... One pretty bauble burned
coldly in the sh6wcase looking every bit of its $75,000... Gerder's fa-
mily has been 60 years in Paris. 3 years at the present address.
An urbanistic pat on the back to Pharmacist Castera who has done
a fine job of modernising his drug store at the Grand'Rue-Rue Pavee
intersection... Paloma Blanca is joining the clean-up paint-up camp-
aign billions yellow and passionate red... The Dominican Embassy
.tIs received a new staff member, Mr. Luis Alfredo Perez Ramirez,
.advtory minister is now in town...
GLADY$S (OUANGA DOLL) HORELLE was cruising home after
midnight New .ear's Day when a group of ragged peasant women
flagged her Dodge. A'jvoman, walking down from the hills to go to
market, had given birth to a sturdy baby boy in the middle of the
roa'j .aad_ wps kneeling -oh the asphalt while commeres rendered first
.aid. Gladys lent her evening coat to wrap the baby in, procured me-
.Z;ca attention (or both mother and baby, and ended up later this
week standing godmother for thim...
Pierre Assad'/MSahotieres fete Monday was a gala affair with drinks
flowing and heaping platters of Haitian delicacies disappearing in the
take of 1955... Devoted Haitian Tourist Bureau Chief in New York,
Hermann'D6sir, organized a Goodwill Cocktaill Dinner under the aus-
Spices of the Overseas Press Club to highlight Haitian characteristics...
Haiti now boasts an embassy in Bonn, capital of the German Federal
Republic, and Mr. Jean Duvigneaud is named to open the diplomatic
innings as Charge d'Affaires... cOptique's special Christmas issue was
a triumph: devoted to Teaching in the Republic. Among the journalist-
ic gems are articles on education by Morisseau Leroy, Regnor Bernard,
Mesmin Gabriel, Clovis Chariot, Camille Large, Pradel Pompilus, Ti-
Jo, Thcnvemn, Roggr St-Victor, Julien Minuty and Gdrard Daumec...


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xxx
Next month an important group
exhibition of forty paintings from
the CENTRE D'ART will open
at the Santa Barbara Museum of
A-rt, California. This exhibition
will then he toured to other im-
portant U.S. Museums.'
xxx
ANTOINE JOSEPH
SCORES SUCCESS
The Antonio Joseph exhibition,
at the CENTRE D'ART was the
mast successful in the institu-
tion's history, both from the
point of view of sales and of ar-
tistic appreciation. Eleven paint-
ings have been sold to date to,
important U.S. Collectors.


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Sunday, JANUARY 8th 1956


The ((Blacksmith))
Dies In St. Marc
Last Monday, in St4Ivlarc, died
one of the most engaging and
original personalities of Haitian
art, Peterson Laurent. ,Laurent,
who for many years worked as
a blacksmith in the railroad
yards at St'Marc, frequently-si-
gned his pictures Blacksnmith.
Painter par excellence of the
small provincial Haitian city,
.Blacksmithl turned in later
years to lyric and poetic pictures
of imaginary flowers, birds and
fish. His death is a real loss to
Haiti and to the world of art.
xxx
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HAITI SUN
THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
S Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
o EDITOR-PUBLISHER BEUNA.RD DIEDERICH
6 CLI.ANT-RESPONSABLE PAUL E. NAJAC


Hai,' Sun
Port au Prince


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HAITI SUN


SORRY
Mr. KOFOED
.r, .- % .'.v n B'"r Nt rInlLTSI


De-- fll LUnleUclHl.: CA_.\1.<.".J N.T ENA.l iUP'UL.'
December 29th 1955 D'HAIT-
Port-au-Prlnce. Haiti
Re. Article in your last Sunday paper: (C H R I S T MI A S Le 26 Decembre 1955
SHOPPER)) Au Directeur du Journal
it seems to me that you omitted one important word in the ,, Haiti-Sun
article. It should read AIR PARCEL POST RATE) instead En Ville.
of Parcel Post Rate for which the basis is really S16.00 for Monsieur le Directeur,
10 kilograms. It is npt even comprehensible how such ship- Comme suite A notre derniere
ments can cost so much money. cinvers:.tion avec votrc Redacteur,
A PAA passenger, who travels from Port au Prince to NY nous avons i'avantage de vous
and weighs with his free baggage (30 kilos) around 90 to 120 communiquer que P'article paru
kilos average, sits in a wonderful coach, is dined and wined sur le Miami Herald du 17 Decem-
and has the best service a human being may expect. Such a bre en course, est absolument faux
trip being based on the average air parcel post rate of $16.00 et denut de tout fondement.
per 10 kilos, would bring his fare from $144.00 to$192.00, but Eh effet, la concession pour 'rex-
costing actually $108.00 based on return ticket, whereas the ploitation des jeux sur tout le
service of Air Parcel post consists in putting the packages in tdr.-itoire de la Republique d'Hai-
bags which are stowed away in the cargo hold. ti. n'a ett accordee, tn toute ex-
Therefore, I am of the opinion that the Postoffice should clusivile, qu'au Casino Internatio-
do something at once'to reduce the prohibitive rate to allow na! i'Haitli. pour une duroe de 30
tourists to send off their small packages by air. I believe it ans, suivant contract en date du
would be more than fair if the air parcel post rate would be 16 Aoit 1949.
lowered to a bearable rate, also in consideration of the fact Pour que Mr. Schatten corn-
that all samples have to be sent out quickly and urgently by ire l'a 6crit le Miami Herald -
/local businessmen. ait signed un contrat avec I'Etat
As far as I know postal rates are fixed in comparison with Haitien pour exploitation des
the air parcel post rates of the USA. However, our Postmaster jeux sur tout le territoire de la
does not realize that shipments from here to the States will Rbpublique. il faudrait au preala-
have to be forwarded fromMiami or New York by air all over ble que notre contract A. nous fot
the USA, to San Fragcisco or to Brownsville, whereas the only r6silie ou que nous ayons consen-
concern of the Haitian Postoffice is to take the packages to ti, d'un common accord, A ceder
or front the airport, only Cap Haitien involving small trans- nos droits et privileges a Mr'. Schat
shipping fees. ten. Or. il n'en est rien. Les con-
Besides this, the salaries, the US Postoffice has to pay, are cesiionnaires du Casino Internatio-
somewhat higher than those our Postoffice is paying, nal d'Haiti. depuis 1949, sont tou-
The same refers to ordinary parcel post shipments. The.rates jours les mZnmes: aucune subtitu-
which are applied are prohibitive and not justified at alt. tion n'a jamais eu lieu parmi eux.
Both Air Parcel Post and Parcel Post Rates.must be lower- Comme vonj_ le voyez done, Mon-
ed at once, especially in the interest of the tourist trade, and sieur le Directeur, l'histoire de Mr.
I propose that the Air Parcel Post fees should be reduced to Schatten n'est qu'une fable et nous
half of it's present rate-and parcel Jpost'rAfes,:be lowered at allons tout de suite fournir au
once by 20%.. ;.' Miami Herald les informations n&-
This would not involve any loss for the Haitian Postmaster. cessaires et lui demander de bien
as the volume of parcel post shipments would without doubt vouloir rectifier, si possible.
be increased to such an extent that the profits of the Postoffi- Monsieur le Directeur, 1'expres-
ce ,Md be rather increased than reduced. sion de nos meilleures civilites.
'CASINO INTERNATIONAL
CHRISTMAS SHOPPER D'HAITI. S.A.

CARE MISSION --LAOS ,
Dec. 29th Dear MQr. Dietrich.
S-I would lIke to compliment you


JUSt a year ago we were making last minute arrangemeuitiii on your article in the HAITI SUN
for our Christmas party for the Sunshine Home in their new of December 25 pertaining to the
site thanks to some ardent crusading by the Haiti Sun... article in the MIAMI HERALD
And this year I almost 'have the feeling I'm in exile. What have b y Jack, Kofoed about the gambl-
I done wrongg do you suppose?' ing concession in Haiti.
So far I haven't had a moment in Laos when I wdtuldn't
rather be back in Haiti. I arrived at Viertioie on December 9
with a completely open mind. I have found a country that is --Af*g -"AA9
almost completely under-developed from every point of view. y* ,
Of course, I don't hold that against the country. There are a | p
good enough reasons for these conditions. But one can't help Ui 89 OP ?
missing what one found agreeable, especially when what he
now has is hot so agreeable. Cal US VW
So far. I have left Viertioie only once. That was to make AE VC M
a distribution of blankets to a'group of refugees from Vietnam WA1TER IYSTI
in a camp about 30kni., from here. The people are Black Thais, PIANMHIN%
so called because of their ethner origin and the fact that black ,
is the dominant colour of their dress.- who escaped from the We're at your servie--,
Dien 3ien Phu area to Laos where fhey have a bond in race, trained to analyze yo
water system pr oblmit!ff
language and tradition with the Laotians. tocome upwith the lntiol
I r.pect that things will liven up once I get travelling that's best for you. We're
arourm. There are very few roads and these are said to be headquarters for famoum
Aexecrabless. I shall fly to some extent go by <'pirogue>, name Goulds Water Spumpsthe
line with pumps for every
for native boats here, and possibly ride on elephants. There farm and home need-.made |
are jungles here you know with big game and all the fixings. to give you extra years of
It has been surprisingly cold since I've been here. Especial- proiletro Calusbfr wa
ly at tight. They say it's bitter cold in the mountains. So now
you kaow why I am distributing blankets. They say this con- FAMOUS
tinues into February when the heat and bugs start coming. JETO MATIC
Viertioie is scarcely more than a village. I was living in a JE0*A I
wretched hotel until a few days ago when I moved in tem- -the watersystem that o-
porily quarters with some Point IV people. There are no at- *tsforcshallow d-w
tractive homes here How I sigh for my villa in Bourdon .. r a _yw
with Zouzoune (Editor's Note: Zouzoune is the name of the
family goat at the Jeanne Brousse home).
I never received the copy of the Haiti Sun with mv story,
but I won't hold it against you because you did let me have
the galley proof.
I hopeyou have met rfiy replacement. I think he is a great
guy.
Pleased give my best wishes to all my friends in Haiti. Say
special Hellos to Marie, Juge Laporte, the Fils-Aim6 family GOL U CT
and Mme. Delanchear. SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL!!! GOUWDS PUMP CENTER
SAM ZISKIND Charles Fequiere


PAGE 5


AMight say that as soon as I
read Mr. Kofoed's article, I call-
ed him on Ihe telephone to find
out where he had obtained such
ridiculous information as I knew
immediate]'-, that it could not be
true. Mr. Kofoed advised me that
he had the information direct
from Jonny Schatten whom he
has known for a long time and
whose word he had no reason to
doubt. Needless to say Mr. Ko-
foed regrets this mistake and
will do what he can to rectify it.
This will be good because just
about every-body reads his co-
Il ....


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AGENTS


lumn and it could effect many
people in this area who are in-
terested in the future of Haiti.
I might add that I have known
Jack Kofoed for many years. He
is very well thought of is a
fine, sincere man an excellent.
columnist and a good friend of
Haiti in his column and I am
certain that he would not pur-
posely write anything ,which
might be Inaccurate or detrimen-
tal.
With kindest regards and very
best, wishes for the New Year, I
remain
Sincerely yours
Thomas P. Homberger

Dear M. Diederich
I think you have been inform-
ed as to how I came to use that
gambling item. Since it seems to
be untrue, all I can say is I'm
sorry. I shall certainly" look you
up the neyt time I get to Haiti.
Best
Jack Kofoed

NOTE TO THE AN61NYMOUS
READER WHO WROTE AN
ENCHANTED EVENING IN
SALTROUw
Giraffes intertwine their
nsc!k; when making love (anon)
Love & eBonne Ann6ez
Nouche.


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PAGE 6H IS A h


IS NATIONAL INDUSTRY GETTING A FAIR DEAL?


PROTECTION OF'-ENAMEL IIELPS C"HAITI METAL>

TO WITHSTAND COMPETITION FROM ABROAD


Handles are added to pots and pans as Haitian artisan


Two years ago, Haiti Metal
was inaugurated by President
Magloire during celebrations of
his third anniversary as Chief of
State.
The new factory Jbifilt and
equipped at a cost of $167.000 on
the Bizoton road was heralded
as a major step on the path of
Haitian industrialization.
Financed and directed by a
group 'df four businessmen -
Haitian and French the facto-
ry began production mid-Decem-
ber 1953, turning out high-quali-
ty, low-priced aluminum ware.
A year ago the men in corn-
-- nand, Deputy Raymnond Roy,
(President, Carmen Levy, Eug&-
mne Matrat (director) and Gdrard
Apollon (member of the adminis-
trative council) began produc-
tion of enamel utensils, and to-
day the spacious building is a
hive of activity: spinning lathes
constantly humming as Salesian-
trained workers shape aluminium
sheets imported from Europe in-
to cups, glasses, plates, dishes,


pots and pans: lines of boys busy
polishing, finished vessels; others
packing them for transport;
while a drawing press, furnaces
and crushers hit a production.
high note in the enamel depart-
ment.
Enamel-ware is more difficult
to make, and more expensive,
than the aluminum utensils but
the peasant population favor ena-'
mel for their wash-basins, plates,
mugs and vases de nuita. So,
sales in the newer line have al-
ready outstripped those of its
predecessor.
Another reason for the increas-
ed sales in the enamel depart-
ment is the National Industries
Law passed in Aujust protecting
certain local products by the im-
position of tarifs on imported
lines.
Italian aluminum products of-
fer stiff competition to locally
made ware, but all enamel im-
ports of comparable quality have
been taxed out.of competition.
in this field which can undersell


M"r. J Da%:c Wn nble, business
analyst of Geo:ge S. Nay & Co.
New York arrived, in Haiti Tues-
S iny to conduct a survey ofthe ad-
ministration to see what can be
done' to increase efficiency and
cut q operating coasts.
Th6 process used for manufac-
turing enamel ware is rather com
pLicated, and a young Frenchman
supervises the workers in this
dnpartmnent.
The ennmel, imported from
France and Germany, is first
,ground info a paste mixed with
water and chemicals by crushers
filled with hundreds of hard
little balls. Then the iron vessels,
stretched and shaped by the 80
ton drawing press, are given a
i first coat by a group of six wo-
learn mass production, men standing over special vats
Hddried in a special compartment,
Haiti .Metal products is Hong coated with a second layer and
Kong, but the quality of these then baked at special high tern-
imports is so poor that they offer peratures' in a massive furnace
no serious problem. tended by four 'men.


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Also, only basins, dishes and
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Naturellv, the factory's admi-
nistration is not without pro.
blems. Trained labour, for ins-
tance, is difficult to find in Hai-
ti, therefore it is necessary to
employ two' workers where one
shouldd normally be adequate.
But ihe stlaff is rapidly learning
the techniqtie of mass production
and as they become proficient in
their tasks they are switched to
a wage based on the quantity of
p.,'oduction which adds incentive
to their task.


The finished product may be-
seen in retail, shops and mark-
et places throughout the coun-
try', but only the best are offer-
ed for sale as factory reject's are
given away to the fifty employees
working there.
Prices have not been affected
by the new import duties, and
the manufacturers admit that
while the stock of imported ware,
brought into the country before
the protective law was passed,
Iasts, sales of local products will
be adversely affected.
As soon as the old stock is ex-
hausted, the -price must be hiked
on imported enamel-ware, they
explain. This will mean, almost
universal ij:.-eference of locally
produced vessels prices of
which compare favorably even
with the pre-tax cost of imjport-
ed articles.


Sunday, JANUARY 8th 1956


HAITI SUN





Sunday, JANUARY 8th 1956


OPENS NEW CLINIC


Mortimer Harris Back In Battle

To Eliminate Skin Diseases Here

Dr. WV D. Mortimer Harris, the 'au Prince lor- most of the pasi
man who launched Haiti's tirst year preparing a modern, fully
. Dermatology Clinic at the Gene- equipped clinic on rue Dr. Au
ral Hospital back in 1947, is once t'rey.
again engaged in the battle Boasting toe latest in'skin-treat
against skin disease in this repu- ment equipment, the clinic is
blic -- but this time he is on his pleasantly situated on the sunny
own. side of tne big, green building
Dr. Harris has been in Portziagonally across from the Old


I The Doctor in his clinic.


SBig airy building housing skin Specialist
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Cathedral. Behind glass-jalousied i:
windows Dr. Harris has outfitted lh
a large, .ir-conditioned waiting t
room an office and, an ultra xo- F
dern laboratory with the latest
machines io/ ray-treatment of n
skin di.eascs X-rays, ultra-vio- r
Slet ani other recent develop- /
Sments and an epilating unit
Which removes hair by electroly- t
sis and other units which in con- r
tversely, aid the wrowth of hair i
s on thinly-thatched scalps. I
S In another room a magnificent t
g library has been set aside, ioketh-
er with a n'ojector and over 1000 '
coloured slides of various skin di- F
seases,' which will be available 1
Sto medical students, ti
French and Creole speaking f
Dr. Harrlq, who spent five years, t
in Hditi before accepting an ap- lI
po!nntnent in Ceylon in 1952, will
start treatments in the new clinic
January 15, but appointments
may. be made by phoning' 3462
from tomorrow.
Dr. Harris, a graduate MD from
the University of Bordeaux who
did his ground-work (up to B. S.)
in New York, received his degree
in Tropical Medicine after exten-
sive research in North Africa
which won him international re-
Scognition.
On his return to America, Dr.
.Harris practiced medicine for
-many years in New York and ser-
.ved as visiting Dermatologist for
Harlem Hospital out-patients. He
then completed the three-year
full-time studies and research in
Dermatology at the Post Gradua-
te Hospital .(Columbia Universi-
ty), and was.later named a Diplo-
mpte of the American National
Board of Dermatology and Sipho-
lology ( in 1945).
The past two years have been
put in as Senior Advisor to the
Government of Ceylon and head
of the WHO team in the cam-
paign against venereal disease
and treponematoses. After more
than a yedr in Ceylon direct-
ing and n-ganizing the medical
campaign, training medical and
para-mediral staff, and establish-'


AUX CDSAQUES

Haiti's famous hdomard flam-
me* has been enthusiastically
acclaimed by visiting epicures,
and featured by imperiall Li
nen..
But foreigners aren't the only I
connoisseurs of food. Haltipns :
know where the meat is done
just right, where wines are of a
perfect vintage and flavour to
Mellow their mood and form the
perfect foil for each delightful
course.
That's why special occasions
are observed at cAux Cosaques.


The Aux Cosaques Bar


HAITI SUN


Unearthly apparati are "part of Dr. Harris'
modern equipment,


HOTEL' VILLA CREOLE

Be sure to include
VILLA CREOLE
on your itinerary


Monday Night Is
MObDEL-NITE:
Fashion Show During Dinner
*


HEAR THE FIVE PIECE
VILLA CREOLE ,
S ORCHESTRA
;md hear i-faitian music


Tuesday Night
BARBECUE .
HAITIAN. STYLE
at its.best!!!


JOSEPH NADAL & CO.


PAGE 7

ng clinics in the capital and small post with the Pan American Sini-
er towns, Dr. Harris moved on tary Bureau. 11 ,''.t
o Delhi. India. where the WHO The program he helped to evol-
legional Office for South East ve for the 'elimination of yaws
Asia asked for his services as and the control of Venereal Di-
Regional Advisor in V.D. and tre- seases in the British Caribbean
)oneinatosesjfor all of South East islands has now been formulated
Asia the top regional job in his and is already well underway in
peciality. Preferring, however, some of the islands.
he active duties of field work, Completing a West Indian sur-
ir. Harris speqt his time primar- vey early 1955, the energetiddoc-
ly in travelling through central tor flew to New York last winter
ndia as no-ordinator of their In- for the annual conference/of his
er-State yaws campaign. Dermatol4gic Societies, picked up
By-passing opportunities to fill p1l the most modern lab. appara-
VHO key-posts in Thailand and ti and skin treatment equipment
Fthiopia, 6,s he had spurned other on the trip.
lucrative nflers in his previous Among the Medical Societies
erm here. the greying but youth- of many nations to which he be-
ul skin :i,ncialist back-tracked longs are the'American Academy
o -Haiti 13l year. pausing only of Dnrmatnolog/ and the Society
ong enough, to fill an advisory for Investigative De-rmatology.
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HAITI SUN


AMONG THE MOST MARVELOUS MEMORIES
Among the unusual, strange, bane Chou,-oLne, Haiti's smartest
e:.otic, pleasant experiences; night spot, huilt deceptively in
which most impressed themsel- the style of a peasant's thatched
ves. on "Ned Aircheson of the hut.
Miami Herald during 1955 was a: Behind us, at La Boule, we
little boy's wild dancing against had glimpsed the summer resi-
the sunset cn the 'Petlonville dsnce of tie president, perched
fbad. high on the side of a sheer cliff
In an article published in the looking down over a gorgeous vis-
Herald's New Year's issue, Ned ta of green mountains and deep
describes one of his three fond- valleys.
estr ravel memories .of the last Suddenly. un the lefthand side
twelve.months: of the roadway, we spotted the
' IT WAS LATE afternoon and lone.figure. It was a small boy,
the big ball of fire that was the bare-legged and dressed in torn
sun was beginning to cast a red- shirt and trousers.
Sold radiance over the dlsta4i As he spied us, he went into
waters of' the. Bay of Gonave to; the weirdest contortions imag-
the west. I inahle. It was (. dance without
Our car was descending the music, but nevertheless with
steep mountain road from Petion- rhythm. e jigged, twisted his
vlle down to Port au Prince. We arms and legs, bounced and roll-
had passed the fabulous Club Ca- 'ed his.,eyns as he Increased the
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ce.
Just as the car passed, he flash--
ed a big smile, bowed deep anad
tipped his tattered cap with a
courtly gesture, fot he turned at
once and headed on back up the
mountain road, whistling some
unidentifiable tune.
The whole performance took
only a few seconds but it had an
eerie quality that seemed, in-.the
descending dusk, weird and" -un-
worldly, typical o( the strange
magic of thaIt land of voodoo and
re-stless drums.

Friction A"ong
Tourism Factions

Bitter recriminations were
hurled across the osalle des Mai-
res, last Thursday afternoon; as
Commerce Minister F r a nck
DMxigux Undersecretary Alain
Turnie.r and T o u r i smn Di-
rector Pierre C h a u v e t
heard the grievances of the chauf
feurs against the hotel owners,
souvenir shops, and tour agents,
and-in turn listened to the corn
plaints of the other tourist :.n
terests against the chauffeurs.
SAmong the questions discussed
was the complaint that cer't.v,
hotels were handing,out banned
commission by the Hotel Asso-
ciation, thus winning the guides
over as their publicity agents.
The hotels, in turn, are alo


First Hurricane Of The Year
Will Be Called Anna

WASHINGTON (UP) If down" when a hurricane develop-
1956 brings forth a prematurely ed in [he first week of January,
wjawneu nuricane like last year the earliest date of record for
Alice, its name will be Anna. such a storm.
That, it developed Wendesday So the weather people, with
is as far as the Weather Bureau no name :-eady, had to dust off
and its associated agencies have and re-use Alice. the name of
got in their efforts to draft a new the fkrst 1954 hurricane.
list of namcs for next year's big If 1956 produces a similarly
tropical storms,. premature birth before the of-
ficial list is completed, the word
A bureau spokesman said last gone ot to the ewather sta-
week that tne 1956 list would be iosnconc'rned to call it Anna.
published some time this week, Otherwise. there is no telling
But another spokesman said Wed- y what huianes willbe call-
,yet what hurricanes will' e call-
nesday that the new names won't e "
be unveiled until February.
That will give the Army, Navy, FOR SALE
Coast Guard, Civil Aeronautics Several building lots at Arca-
Administration, and others con- chon. Magnificient view of the ci.
rcrncd. as well as the Weather ty the mountain and the'sea.
Eurea, t chance to make nomina-! Reasonable prices and excellent
tions and drop black balls, conditions of payment.
Even Anna has no official stand Apply at the office of the Haiti
Ing and is a stopgap name only. Sun or at Mr. E.N., Bailey Exposi-
This year, a spokesman said, vwe lion Building 236 Rue du Magasin
were caught with our plans'dc l'Etat.


Direct Passenger and Freight, Service
PORT AlT PRINCE -NEW YORK
a,'


accuse d0 pressuring guests tL'
employ Tour Agencies to whirlch
they have to pay less commit
sion.
Further meetings were plann-
ed this week to resolve thn- I
questions, but at week's end a
definite solution still was not
in sfght.


American flag, a!V rooms with bath air-conditioned dining-
roomn famous cuisIMne, swtimming-pool.
Accurate information at office of Panama Line ONLY,
Rue Abraham Linooln, Telephone 3062


'Every Moncay at o:00 P.M.

The deluxe 200-passenger

cruise-ships of Panan' Line

direct to uidtow N-Y. City.


Three convenient weekly flithts'to take
you into the gay, romantic atmosphere
of the Pearl of the Antillesl
Only 90 minutes from Port-au-Prince
to Santiago de Cuba by CUBANA!

,. fpr. information and reservations see your
Travel Agent or call Pan American World
Airways, Rue Dantes Destouches. Phone 3451
C .4a


DEPARTURES FROM POR1-AU-PRINCE '
Monday, Wednesdays, Fridays, at 125 p. m.


VFW// fAV ONLY $2 5



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Sunday, JANUARY 8th 1959


4 aps seas


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______HAITI SUN Page 9


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VISIT CITADELLE AND SANS-SOUCI PALACE
CONTACT RAY'S TRANSPORTATION


ONLY $25 TO CAP HAITIEN
by DELUXE Limousine Service


THE PERFECT COURIER
A DALU BOUQUET
Ave. Magny Petit-Four


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HONEST RELIABLE SERVICE

SMore than 10 Years Experience

FREE ESTIMATE IN SHOP'

GENERAL RADIO SERVICE

ACCURATE TUBE TEST IN HOME'
.IOST MODERN TEST EQUIPMENT


Near PAA office


Rue Dantes Destouches No. 120


HAPPY. WE'rE BATTING S ABOUT .999 !. ALMOST IS JEST HIOH-SPIRITDI..
EVERYONE IN TOWN IS THEY PINES FEG THEIR
MAD AT YOUR HOOLIOANS/ PONIES.I I'M TAKIN' 'EM
3> ^ \T' THI' STABLES IN TU'PARK
El~z^~- ir!S5 I1.~'. Il. -


SEE HOW JOLLY
*TNc-y BE FUSsIN'
A-ROUg..jOS5ES:


SWE'/LL BE BACK IN
SOLID- WITH T14'PO-
SLICE IN NO TIME! .


40OULVA KNOW I1 5SENP THG WAINON, UAt
7t4&,E CHINEE GFlYS.! H ENY./ TiEY'VE ALREADY
, UNPER ARREST ASS5AULTED TWO -T
2 RIDING OFF THE P$ESTIANS
;:.ZIIAL. PATHS ri
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Ave. Marie-Jeanne
Cite de l'Exposition


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I Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Phone: 2061
P.O. Box: 433


THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER

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SUGGESTIONS FOR THIS WEEK IN PORT-AU-PRINCE
Y


NATIONAL PALACE






Champ de Mblare
Open dallyj except Sunday from 8-2
aising Lowering of Flag, 8 a. m.-S p. m.

NATIONAL MUSEUM








Champ de Mars
Open dally except Sundays

PALAIS DES BiAUX ARTS







Auz Palmlatou, Expoitio= Grendm&
Open daily from 9 5
Art ExhIbtlom

MUSEE DU PEOPLE HAITIEN





q
AiX Palmistes, Exposition Gronud
Open dalny from 9 I
For further infor=nalo
Mse your Travel Agent

FOYER DES ARTS PLASTIQUES







Aux Palmistes, Exposition Grounds
Open daily from 9 5
Permanent Art Exhlbltlasm


ART CENTER

Rue de Ia
Rdvolutton

Phone: 2055


. Open daly except Sunday from g -
Current Art Showe


IRON MARKET






am tglqit'gf


Open dally fro 6. *4
: eelal Market day = Saturdays


METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL

MBASILIQUE
de Notre-Dame
(Catholic)




Petlon Plaza
Open daily from 4 6

COLONIAL CATHEDRAL


SOldest Church
In Port-- au Prince
For vljdt hoursn mee
Your Travel Agent


Petion Plaza
Open daily

ESPISCOPAL CATHEDRAL






Rue Pavie (Near PAA Offices)
Open daily
Famous for its beautiful Hamtia 3usd


THEATRE DE VERDURE







Aux PalmLstes, Exposition Grounda
Open Tuesdays and Thursdays
Evening for folklore ahow1


STADIUM PAUL E. MAGLOI"






Rue Durand
Boxing and Track Field events.
Football (Soccer) Matches
Thrice a week at night
For further information Phone: SOMU

COCK-FIGHT ARENA







Aux Palmlstes, Expositlon Grounds
Eight Saturdays afternoona
and Sundays morning


UNDERSEA GARDENS


"..., A'. 7" 5-

Port-au-Prince Bay
Glass bottom boat leaves
Dally Casino Pier 9:30 am.


CiN.___


La Belle Cr6ole


The Caribbean's Moat
Uniqueo Shopping Canter
Open dallyv from 8 5


PhD"ne: 31IT1


MUSICAL FOUNTAIN






CiO de I'Bo ldtin, xpedfdo GrOmud
Classical Concerts
a1 Wednesday and Sunday night
1r1m 7 If p. a_ ,

'PLACKDES H OS





copan madoMm
Open A&iOdltoraim
Sunday Coneerta bum 1. 9pm.
For further Infudemn
msee your Travel Aent \

FEnON DKSSALINS


a-
Nir. oum.-ux


Open dally except Sunday


Bols Verna

SOpen 2 Hourn





RENDEZ VOUS


Cdi do IdEzpiaIm
Alr-enudltioned aN-d -et
Opean from msune to endalia


Le Perchoir




soutiluero
World-renowned
Mouatain-top Restaurant,
banding and Gift Shop
Phone: 2105

CASINO INTERNATIONAL


"l W aW I
Ctd de ]'Ezpostiomn
Gambling and Dancing
Open every night
Floorshew on Wednesdays Phone: 3076

CABANE CHOUCOUNE







Pdtienllle,
Famous Nightclub
Open on Saturday Nights Phone: 8Vn

HOTEL RIVIERA


fJ V9EM
HOI~L


S, Phome: 3151
Martmant
Air-conditioned Bar Dancing
Excellent orchestra, folklore flooishows

EL RANCBO HOTEL



wt-l


Pitionvillo
Dinner dances en Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays I
Phone: 7888

HOTEL IBO .ELE

I HOTEL
IIBO LLM


It,

Pdtflunvile
Dinner dances m
Tunesdays and Fridays. Phone: 88m

STHORLAND CLUB


Carrefour Read
Swim coektalla
Tennbi


Phome: 3us


NAL. BANK OF THE REPUBLIC




." ,

Geifrard Square .:
Open daily except "'
Saturday. and s days -rom s '1 :
Phlne: '.';

ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.





Geffrard Square :':''.
Open daily except z "
Saturday and Sundays
from 9 1 Phone: 226


AIR LINBS ..'





PAA- Phon,: 3 ,S
'"J.L-- Phone: 2-.52
DELTA Phoe: B33 :
CUBANA- Pone: 2a20 :
AVIATION ADIF- Phone: 21l .:
Companla Doininicana de Avlaclon...'2_:.;

SHIPPING LINES -

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Panama ........................ Teflphnne: 3451 .."
Coinmar....................... ..........I... .
Trans-Atlantle ...... ................ 2 :
W asley .......... ......-...2.................... son
Hamburg Amerlcan.:.................2 Mas .34
Alcoa S S.................................... ,.:
Royal Netherlands Navigattien......... 3431
LYkes Brosa.mS. S. Co2................S1
Ward ULine............;............ ...8.... 1 w







CATHOLIC SERVICES
Cathedral: 4, 6, 7.'30 and 8:39 ain- ..
Sacre-Cmur: 5:30, 7. 8, 0 a. ..
St. Anne: 4, 7 and an.m.. '
St Gdrard: 4, 5M30 and 8:3 an. *.'


St. LOUiS de France: 8 and I a.m.
Sixtina Chapel (Cit de I'Exppdltlea
10 ajm.
SL Pierre (Ptionviile): 4, 68,
and 9:30 a.m.
' Ste. Threse .(Pteionville): 6 Jn.m
EPISCOPAL
Cathedral: French I and Engllsh 7 am.
French 8 a.m.
Baptist Church: and 10 am. %
Presbyterian: 9 and 10 aJ. "
METHODIST
ST. PAUL A.M..
4-6 a. m.-9-11 a. m.
11:30 12:30 English
7-9 p.m. Evening
-METHODIST CHURCH
Rue de. la' R6volution!
7:00 English-9:00 French
6:30 Evangelistic servieeina eedeo


3.\


BUREAU DU TOURSB "
Avenue Maria-Jeanne.
Cltd de l'Expoaltian
Phone: 1IS
Office hour.: 8-1 p.m.


rREE POQRTSHOP$s
........ ..:. ............. ,: .: ., .-..........- :*-


On this beautiful day (the days are always beautiful in
Haiti) we wish to extend to you our heartiest welcome.
We, as well as everyone in Haiti, want you to ;have a vary
pleasant and enjoyable stay- in this lovely and hbospitsNabe
Island.
Haiti Sun (your newspaper) in collaboration with La
Belle Creole (your shopping center) have put out this
section of the newspaper in order to give you information
that will help you to make your stay not only pleasant but
profitable.
We are always at your Service, for any -information you
may need.

LA BELLE CREOLE






sY ATURD4Wh NIOT.0.

SUfORWDWTrLCEW XPERwINCE


w.. .a-'fan Handowen Fabrics
R..'-_-tian Handwoven Rugs
\.. ,ameras and Films
,:. Patek Philippe
SMGA & Tissot Watches

French Perfumes:
|.Gu :rlain, Dana,
|; Lanvin, Worth,
lyaetou, Le Gallhon,
;.aron, Muot,
*iCarven, Fath
i.Christian Dior,
I, *aehas, Chanel,
'c P aparekhi,
.J:ni Rlvci, Corday,




it',pael, Piquet,'
7otly & Houbigant.
sii Lique urs:
C;. ourvoisier, Otard,




.' Biiqu it, Hennessey,
,'capoleon, Martell,
umiecq, Dranibuie,
li.eery Heering,
':;.".iarie Brizard,
.-..arvey's Brisitol Cream
|,ui:Armagnac, Chartreuse,

Co:utreau,
laytiau Rhunim':
: rdhuni Barbanicourt
1 1.;aytin Music:
i'...rhe Most Completa
A oi tent of the
/ .'riou- Rythms.
SlHay ian Voodoo Inspired
Jewelry
Tay !Lin Mahoganyware
: Fandpainted Tissues
Haytian Sculpiored Mahogany
I-Heads
,'Haytian Turtle-shell Jewelry,
L.'Jewelry from all over the
: Worl4
' Fxqu'd1tely Beautiful
Beaded Bags
anrd-embroidered Blouses,
.' Skirt, etc.
j;.l .arid1-pa mnted, Skirts,
g. rchicei, Sto!es, etc.
Ilayliun Paintings
e.ytiaan Ceramics
Haytan Postcards
:'we mail them for you)j


fS

S :nusua: ainon. Gift Shops of
0 : world, is thM branch of LA
i 3ELLE CREOLE located on
. the tei race of the LE PER-
CHf1.R, the famous restaurant
.W. top of BOUTILLIERS
" OUNTAIN, overlooking Port
2u Prince.
frh'ough the wide windows
of Loe Perchoir Gift Shop the
shopper's eyes are drawn from
ithe attractive show cases, to the
breath-taking beauty or nearly
two thousand suatre miles of
aisaniula's plains, mountains
and sea, lying 3.300 feet below.
Spacious, and always cool.
Le Perchoir Gift Shop offers
.hie same high quality French
perfumes. Haitian jewelry, dan-
di -raft, books, paintings and
idreds of other gift items,
semnbled from the far corners
if the earth, as in the mother
stop. T,n Belle Creole, in town.


4A eifl


Dunlop Golf Balls
(great savings)
Dunlop Tennis Balls
(great savings)
Orrefors
Kislav Gloves
Pringle Cashmere
Royal Copenhagen
Indian Embroidered Bags
Petit Point._Bags
Limoges
'Wedgwood
Minox Cameras







Prench Chantilly Laces
Swiss Embroideries
Irish Linens


In Port-au-Prince
everybody meets at
The Fountain* in
La Belle Creole for
Fruit and Fruit Juices
Eggs and Omelettes
Waffles and Hot Cakes
-Soft Drinks, Beer
Crisp and Cold Salads
Chef's Special
Sandwiches
Ice Creams, Sundaes
Cigars and Cigarettes


Spzarfishing Equipment
Bathing Trunks
Native Polos for Men
Dunhill pipes
BorsaLno Hats
Rolls Razors
/

{gift shop P

The prices, the fixed price pb-
'icy, the sales slip wii'h ever
purchase with the guarantee (:i
the firm's name, are identical


Located in the shop is a bar
whv.re one can sip Haitian rum
punch, 'ea, coffee, .,oft drinks-
or where one can have a'ween
meal snack of sandwiches, ca
kice, ice cream, while shopping
The combination of cool com-
fort, spectacular view, excel-
lent merchandise, and refresh-
ment, make a shopping trip to
LE PERCHOIR GIFT SHOP
a pleasant and profitable ex-
perience a high spot indeed
in your travels.


By Mary Johnson


Gaiety is keynote of night
life in Port-au-Prince. the
gay sophistication of A New
World Paris underlined by the
hypnotic beat of African tam-
bours.
And in keeping with its
French tradition the accent is
on good food in a romantic at-
mosphere. Few places in the
world can offer 'a more enticing
blend of these two elements
than Le Perchoir, Haiti's smart-
est restaurant that hovers 3,000


Kfeet' above Port-au-Prince and
its emerald bay. Guests during
tea and cocktail hour have a
front row seat at one of the most
bewitching settings ever pro-
vided for a tropical sunset.
Then the lights go on and the
curving bayshorit is outlined in
-a necklace of shimmering
pearls. On ..the breezeswept
terrace, guests can watch cars
atop at the Dominidan border
20 miles away.
Whether it's a thick state-
Aide steak or an ethereal Rum
Gouffle, Le Perchoir food is
superbly prepared and elegant-
ly served. F6lix Gu:gn.ard and
'uis orchestra provides music for
dancing.

The International Casino, a
swank establishment run by a
staff imported from Monte-
Carlo, is one of the major
points of interest during the
summer and winter tourist sea
sons. There one can dine or.
excellent Italian food and later
visit the gaming tables which
are meticulously run under the
supervision of the Haitian Go
vernment. On the bay side,
an orchestra bea:s out rhum-
bas, mambos and romantic Hai-
tian meringues for dancing un-
der the twinkling stars.

Near the Casino in the bree-
ze-wvept Exposition Grounds
is the Open Air Theatre de
Verdure where' visitors can
attend the bi-weekly shows put
on by ihe talented National
Folklore Troupe.

Around the curve of the bay
is the newly remodeled Hotel
Riviera with its huge "air-con
ditioned Bamboche Room and
circular bar. The bar's Fevol
ving center serves as the stage
for Miclhel Dsgrottes tri-lin
gual cr6onirnig and a nightly
floo show The white-faced Ban-
da dancer 4is Minsky's.in rever-
se, a comedian pai evqellefine.


I FREE PORT PRICES '


Night of the week, Dan Al'en's
Rendez-vous acro-ss form the
internationall Casino goes strongg
until all hours. And along
about 1 a. m., the joint is usual-
ly hopping with oldtime Ame-


Other leading hotels have
special dinner dansants once or
twice a week. Visitors should
not miss an opportunity to hear
Haiti's internationally known
male Dejean Choir which per-
forms at Hotel Ibo Lele on Fri-
day evenings during the Sea-
son. The El Rancho'features Ti
Ro Ro, Haiti's number one dru-
mmner, and members of the Na-
tional Folklore Troupe on
Friday evening and other spe-
cial dance nights which vary
according to the season. Hotel
Dambala has a Saturday night
chicken barbeque beside its illu-
minated pool, with and orches-
tra providing music for outdoor
dancing on its marble patio. The
Villa Creole's Big Night is
Thursday evening with a Hai-
tian Buffet served beside its
pool in a gala tropical garden
decor and, of course, dancing.
The roof garden at Hotel Chou-
coune is open for dinner dan-
cing Monday and Wednesday
nights during the season.

On Saturday evening Petion-
ville's thatched-roofed night
clib, Cabane Choucoune, is the
mecca of the Capital Elite and
vL-itors. Alternating orchestras
throb with the rhythm of the
Haitian Me'ingue, a dance so
simple that visitors need spend
no time on the side lines just
looking on. Though this has
long been the society gathering
spot of the Haitian Cap'tal
rum and sodas are still served
for .20 a glass. There is an en-
trance fee which varies depen.
ding upon the entertainment
for the evening. The CabanF
Choucoune often features lea
ding foreign entertainers.

Saturday night is also thr
night for taking trips into thr
nearby hills to attend the pea
sant bamboches* or non-reli-
gious dances held in open nellesv to the pulsing beat of
the voodoo drums. It's an UN.
FORGETTABLE exps ience.
For late Stayer uppers any


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rican favorites, such as Alexan-
der's Ragtime Band.
For seafood and such spe-
cialties as Fried Frogs Legs,
titere is the bayshore restau-
rant known as Fishbowl. The
food is excellent, the view inte-
resting. Another nore luxu-
rious Sea-food restaurant dan-
sant is planned for The Sete
of Ki Pi not for from the Fish-
bowL
For dinner minus dancing,
there is Petionville's Le Picar-
di a French-run Pension fea-
turing Escargot, pepper steak
and the sort of food rarely seen
or tasted off the Midi. In Port-
au-,Prince, Aux Cosaques is
'cnown for its tasty flaming
lobster and other typically Ha-
tian dishes. The Savoy, just
off the Champs de Mars, offers
either Haitian or American
foods and if you a.e really lip-
mnesick for southern fried chic-
ken that is just where you'll
find itb a block from" the Na-
tional Palace Chantcleer,a>
tucked away in Dois Verna, is
the latest addition to the swart
eating houses in Port-au-Prince
Open all night.


Don't miss a Sunday with HAITI'S
favorite friendly Newspaper.

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pr" r V you really
':. "' want to" bee
^..ome acquain-
ed with Hai-
"Ii thete are
many intere-
[f sting trips
H-. JU which, afford
a close-up of
-- ~ Haitian life
which you cannot gain if you
confine your sight-seeing to the
city.
Most of these trips can be
made in conventional automo-
biles, others require the more
versatile jeep to navigate the
rough spo:s and river crossings.
All o'f them can be made in sa-
fety.


There is a Hertz-Drive-it
Yourself Agency in town where
you can rent a car or a jeep at
reasonable rate; or you can
rent cars, with or without
chauffers, elsewhere. The Hai-
tian Air Force provides safe
and efficient air transport to
most important points in Haiti
at very rearonnable rates. Ask
yuur hotel manager or your
travel agent for details.
Each of these trip- has its
special atrac:ion. Fram the
longer trips you will icturn
with a grand thirst, a hearty
appetite, a delicious fatigue,
quickly banished by a hot bath


TRVt SUGGCUTIONS


(for which you will have a new
respclt). You will have a new
test for the attractions of the-
oiy. You will fell a great pity
for the jaded characters who
have not strayed fhorn the bar
since you left... A.d, of course,
you vwll have a good reserve of
conversational aninunition to
last you for many months.
So, starting with the shortest
,'ips first, here are a few, boiled
Iown suggestions for travel in
Hlaiti:

BOUTILLIERS MOUNTAIN
AND LE PERCHOIR
(Ler Pcrshawh) The Perch)
The most spectacular view in
Haiti: 2,000 square miles of
Haiti spread out before'you -
a miracle of co'-or, form, sun-
light 'and shadow! Port-au-Prin-
ce lies at your feet (3.000 feet
below) like a giant map. To get
to this breath-taking, unbelie-
eable and unforgettable view
)u ride 10 miles from Port-au-
Prince, through the pretty little


*own of Petionville, then up a
findingg mountain road, borde-
red by flaming giant pointsetta
plants. You p:'ss the thatched


roof habitations of peasants and
arrive in rural Haiti, where life
goes on as it has for centuries
as if the city below did not
exist. LE PERCHOIR, modern
oasis on the mountain, offers
the facilities of its restaurant
-and night club, its Terrace Bar,
and its branch of La Belle Cre-
ole Gift Shop to make the trip
even more enjoyable and profi-
table. After sundown light
wraps advisable, and gentlemen
are asked to wear coats in the
restaurant. after 7 p. m. Allow
two hours for this trip plus
tim& to eat.

CAP-HAITIEN
AND LA CITADELLE
This trip is an experience in
history and geography.. It is an
adventure and a pilgrimage
which you must not miss.




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If you have the time, we re-
commend that you .take three
days and gn' to Cap-Haitien by
car. Its about 170 miles and a
minimum of 5 or 6 hours, but
you should take about hours
to enjoy .it most. So to one of
Cap HaYitien's comfortable ho-
tels. For the night, go to the
Citadelle the next day, retur-
Sning to Port-au-Prince the third
day. Eevry mile and every


hour of this trip will be full of
unforgettable impresasions.
If you are pressed for time,
you can fly to the Cape in' 45
minutes, and can make the en-
tire pilgrimage in a single day.


JACMEL.-
If you want another ti
the-beaten track go to J
on Haiti's south coast. J
once a flourishing towi
has a considerable expo
siness, but is typical of


rip off
acmel.
acmel,
n, still]
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towns waiting for better days
to come. Jacmef has a flavor
of its own. To get there you
can take the easy way by air,
or the adventurous way by
road, aboutn60 miles, practical
ly" every mile of which has a
river crossing. Near Jacmel is
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beaches, Raymond les Bans.
Two hotels there, clean end
comfortable. Plan to stay over-
night at least. -
FORET DES PINS
(Pine Forest)
In south-east Haiti, a drive of
some 60 miles from Port-au-
Prince is a beautiful pine forest
-it an elevation of about. 7,00,0
'eet. To arrive at this 150,000
icre forest,one drives though
the rich sugar cane lands of
'he Cul de Sac. plain, then
throughh and arid region of cac-.
tus to the edge of Lake Etang
.,umatre, famous salt lake, in-'
Fested with crocodiles, lying oami'
the frontier of the Dominican'
Republic. There the climb corn-
mendes to the cool Pine Forest. .
This trip will take all day,
returning to your hotel for
cocktails and dinner. Passing
through a number of small Hda-
tian towns and villages, it af-.
fords a variety of impressions,:
of Haitian life and .geography.
Take a wrap for your visit
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th 1956


HAITI SUN


presidential Decree On Traffic


tContinuedr from December 18
issue)
Art 85: aj -Parking is forbid-
-den at a crossing, on a bridge
or sidewalk, in spaces reserved
for pedestrians, before a porte-
cochere, the entrance or exit of
a property a factory, garage or
workshop, public establish
nmeat. school, theater, or fire-
escape. a hng or across a rail-


way line a:nd before, all other
places de-ignated by a sign.
b) Cars are forbidden to park
or stop at the side of the road
it, for some reason or other,
(his fact will make the width of
the passage left for other cars
less than three meters.
dl No car may stop or park
in the middle of the road to
pick up or disembark a passeng-


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Saturday Night its Always CABANE CHOUCOUNE
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er or to allow a driver or nas-


senger to converse with some
4 other user of the road.
c) No car may stop or park on
the left side'of the road except
on a one way street where this
Sis aiuthorised.
e) No cr may stop or park with-
in twenty feet of a corner. Ne-
vertheloss, if the road is more
than twel:e meters wide, or In
other word. If it can easily
tAl? fouL ears abreast, this dis-
tance w.ll be reduced to ten
feet.
f) In the cross-roads where
traffic is controlled by lights, it
Sis forbidden to park within
30 feet of a corner.
g) Two cars may not park be-
side leach other at the side of
the road.
h) Two cars.comning from op-
posite' directions may not itop
beside.-each other on one side'
or the other' of the road if there
does north remain a passage ,df'
at least si' meters.
ii A car must not 'Ie left on
the public, highway for more
than 6 hours at a time.
j) In the case of a break-down.
the chauffeur must push. his
car as fa-it as possible along the
right hand side of the road and
withdutr delay to take whatever-
measures may be necessary to


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disencumber the public high-
way. .
k) It is formally forbidden to
park other vehicles in spaces re-
served for buses, eamionettes or
other public vehicles.
1) It Is forbidden to wash or
repair cars on the sidewalk or
at the side- of the road.
m) It is forbidden to park on
the sidewalk o'r on the verandah I
of public places.
Sin) It is fornanly forbidden to
park a truck vertically or dia-
gonally across a read for, purpo-
ses of unloading or loading un-
less with a special written per-
rmit from police. (Service de la
Circulation de Vehicles).
o) Violation of one of the pa-
ragraphs ot this article will in-
cur for it- author a fine of 25
gourdeS, and in case of non-
payment, imprisonment for
eight days.
p) Any cer found in a. place
where parking is forbiddep by
police will be driven or towed
immediately to the Police Sta-
tibn at thp expense of the own-
er. If the owner is present at-
the. time, a tcontra'entiont' will
be given to him with an order
to remove hiis vehicle Immedia-
tely. (Art,6 of the Law)
q) This measure will be taken
'along with the exaction of the
fine. ,
Alt 86. a) When a car is imr
mobilised because of an acci-
dent, or when part or all of its
cargo falls on the road and may
not be immediately' retrieved,
the driver should takeAthe mea-
sures necessary to the safety of
traffic as soon as possiblee,' and
after nightfall, he should light
the obstacle and advise the Poli-
ce. Six.hour grace during the
day and twelve lurig'.the night
are accorded.tq the chauffeur
to remove 'his 'vehicle 'at his
own 'expense.. After 'this. time,
Sthe police will'-have it taken off
the road ind send him the bill. "
Art 87 a) All cars abandoned
on the public highway will be
considered as wrecks. These will
immddiatelv be towed opff the
road and dumped in an appro-





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)riate place, at-the expense of
he owner.
b) This measure will be taken
long with the exaction of the,'
fine described in the preceding
article paragraph (b)) The Poll-
ce will liphave no nesporAsbility
for damages which may be
caused to a vehicle in transpor-
tation, or while it remains in
the pta e where it has been
dumped. The owner or the per-
son responsible for the vehicle
should present himself within
twenty fonr homirs to reply tO
the contravcntion. If x* reply
is received within this period,
the police will publish a notice
inviting the owner of tie vehi-
icle to present himself within
the three months following the
notice. After this date the'vehi-
cle will be taken to-the Tax Of-
rice and sold by public auction,
in accordance with the Law
(Art 6).
Art 88 a) Access to certain
roads of a town or village as well
as to certain highways and, also
parking on certain roads, desi-
gnated by a sign may be forbid-'.
den to heavy vehicles, for the
security qnd convenience of all
those who use the road.
,) It is strictly forbidden for
trucks of all kinds to make
themselves free to enter public
places and avenues reserved for
promenades, they should-always'
be detoured except when -a spe,
cial permit is given by police,
-and for a determinedmnission.
c) All violations of the disposi-
tions of this paragraph ill in-
cur for the driver a fine of- 50
Gourdes and in the case of non-
payment imprisonment for ten
diys.
Art 89 >t) It is recommended
to enter or leave a car by Wie
doors nearest to th e idewallk
6r the side of the toad.
b) Whoever enters or leaves a
car by any btherdoors does so
at his own risk.
Occupants of a car are forbid-
den to open a door withliout as-
suring 'themselves thattheire can
be no danger i.i doing so.
Art 90; Where there is no ttaf-
fic light. Tithere is a passage re-
served for pedestrians they
should make usF of it when.
orosssing the road. In this case,
the, pedestrian once engaged in
crossing the road should 'have
all the protection from the
chauffeur, who should stop un-
til the pedestrian has crossed
over, and should, show himself
particularly attentive when the
pedestrian is a child, and aged
man or woman, or a cripple. In
case of an accident the blame
will be entirely with the driver.


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PAGE 14 HAITI SUN Sunday, JANUARY 8th 1956


Lucky Shoppers
At Ray. Flambert's
A fifteen-dollar purchase at
Raymond Flambert's I ast
month turned, into a more profi-
table proposition than its owner
expected.
Raphael Delateur bought him-
self an cEwicob pneumatic pump'
for $15; took it home, Men heard
weeks later that he had won
$200 in merchandise at the Flam-
bort store.
Other prize-winners in the an-
nual drawing, based on the re-
sults of the National Lottery,
were:.
Francinet Lafontant 100.00
Emmanuel Pierre-Louis 40.00
PMlissier Nicolas 20.00
Mme Michel Conte 20.00


SMmeiE image Soto 20.00 Joseph Sylvestre 10.00
Dip. Batrony 10.00 Jean-Claude Bance 10.00
PMlisaier Nicolas 10.00 Franck Chenet 10.00
Victor Brun 10.00 /
Me Michq4 Conte 10.00 The lucky cash purchasers were
P61lissier Nicolas 10.00 informed of the results .Friday
Andr6s Jn-Julien 10.00 and invited to choose whatever
Emannuel Pierre-Louis 10.00 items they wished (within' the
Noel D6sird 10.00 range of their respective prizes)
Serge Alvarez 10.00' from the, varied and extensive
Ajr6lien JA-Julien 10.00 'range of hardware and machine-
Joseph Jn-Baptiste 10.00 I ry stocked by Raymond Flam-
Serge Alvarez .10:00 bert in his modern store.

BARALL NAMED 7TO NEW POST:
U.S. EMBASSY ADVISOR IN HAITI


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HAITIENNES MAr. Barall at his desk
,CMFwuif -, U.S. Charge d'affaires Milton
WUiU 11u lBarallwill take over as embassy
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NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS
Besides the usual v fslies o' -Bonne Annie, which, warmn *:.he invi--
garating air of Haiti at this time of year, a popular conversational
theme has been the traditional pack of resolutions most people make
- and break before New Year's Day is over the horizon. I
Who started this tradition -and why- we do not knov.. It may
hnve begun with those two mischievous characters, Bouqui and Malice,,
anc iiritJ imomentunim with the passing of the wicked ye:.'-.
Folk" just mae a big show of cleaning house, relieving their souls
of to many aorpius sinful habits, to begin a ndw year with a more-or..
-less clean sheet ..
This column, well fortified with New Year's spirit, made a quick
tur've.vy at SHAINIGO ilbo Lecle's darling night club), asking; random
subjects selected from the innumerable nite-lifers drifting r.': .:What
are ajour New Year's resolutions?
Here are the answers, 'unabridged and unclassified:
Make more money.... -Give up smoking.... -Refrain from increas-
ing my liquor consumption'.. qB'!come famous'...-. Not wakte time
Make every niinute count this year'... 'Chip-chip-chip th? clothes
off one of those, refugee statues (N.Y. Metropolitan Museum) on the-
Exposition and place ian eternal light at its feet like Shangohas, then.
give it to a couple of old bachelors 1 know'... -Not repeat myself (E.
G.) Business is bad and the dead Aeason is killing'me when I know
I'm padding my bank account'... r.Not going to New York on pretext
of i'lne- i annual affair) but aI mpy husband to go. to Mexico on
i-,cation Stop swearing'... "Make no more New Year's resolutions
as mine At-er out at Easter when I give up smoking, swearing and-
drinking fcr.- Lent'...

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Sunday, JANUARY. 8th 1956 __HIIUPG1


Encouragement Given Bourdon Hlosl


As Cold Public Reception Threatens


The note of encouragement evi-
dent in the President's speech
to the doctors assembled at the
National PaIl:ce last Tuesday for
the inauguration of the Port au
Prince Medical Congress i; ex-
pected to olay an important r6le
in the fluctuating history of a
projected modern, scientifically-
equipped hospital at Bourdon
Gros-Morne)

Ever since early, August, when
twenty-nine doctors representati-
ve of Haiti's rriost advanted medi-
cal practitioners first broached
their plan for a 100-bed private
hliospital in the fashionable su-
b uh ,f Fou c au Prince, difficul-
ties have beret the animators of
the project.

In .pite of a fervent appeal
launched at the Club Internatio-
nal de Commterce Wednesday Au-
gust 10, by Dr. Georges Hudi-
court, the reception in business
circles has been lukewarm.

President Magloire led the bid-
ding for shares with a personal
$1,000 interest, and other promi-
nent businessmen also bought
shares. But many members of
the commercial world refused td
co-operate.
Even among the doctors who
originally united to carry out
the plan the necessary determilna-
tion and singleness of purpose ap
peared to be lacking.
Albert Mangones architect
charged with designing the build-
ing, wrote in the December 24th-
issue of ,Reflets d'Haitih:
,Npbody can think seriously of
urbanism without considering in


a special way the problems of pu-
blic health and hygiene.

(,The lamentable state of our
hospitals, a physical, concrete and
undeniable reality, ist he faith-
ful mirror nf the political imma-
turity, economic stagnation and
archaic social structure of the
country. It is in countries which
2njoy a considerable degree of
socialism that 'problems of pre-
ventative medicine and hospitali-
sation are considered effective-
ly, a, primary question, essen-
tially related to the programme
and responsibilities of the State.
, '.Indeed, is it not Sweden, a
socialised --untry, that, to date,
is b" far the most advanced Wes-
tern nation, the nation whose ge-
neral and specific conditions of
public health are without doubt
far above :hose of say the
United States ?

SIt is not through coincidence
that Sweden is also the country
with the most advanced degree
of urbanistic organization and
scientific precision in the Occi-
dent. This doiible ascendency is
the positive expression of the
close interdependence of the two
fields of public health and urba-
nism.

,kWithout trying to be'funny, one
may say that by contrast, our dou
ble deficiency in these fields is
the negative expression of the
same precept: no urbanism ser-
vice, no urban planning; no hos-
pitals, no clear, long-term pro-
gramme of progressive organliza-
tion of public health.
,These 'thoughts of a general


itl Builder I stressed at the beginning of
itali u lers this article that I could not con- 1
sider this sort of entreprise as
PD-roject :the answer to our hospital pro-
ProjtX blem. Yet it is evident that the
achievement would be a benefit,
nature came to me on the occa- a positive action, indisputable
cion of an enquiry by c.Reflets progress I have the disagreeable
d'Haiti:, concerning a modern pri advantage of being among those
vate hospital at Port au Prince. who can bear witness in the flesh
It is as possible to solve the ur- of the practical use of such a ho3-
banism problems on the scale of pital, having lain four months
one private entreprise as it is to .moronleses on Asile Frangais
salve the crucial, pathetic pro- and General Hospital beds I
blem of hospitalisation in this cun also hcc- Witness--indefian-
town on a private basis, ce of the systematic disparage-
ment of a number of countrymen .
.APort au Prince should have at -that in Htlti we can count on
least 2,000 hospital beds to face medical competence unq'uiestio-
realistically its health problem, nably equal to the tas in hand.
We are far from possessing them. It is evident that we have 'not
And in what condition te' e adequate hospitals, even for
those who would be willing to


It is irnnossible to envisage
thIe true solution to the problem
r'- -pt through a process similar
t) that required for the elabora-
tion of a general plan for the
town: creation of a national com-
mission for public health which,
in co-operation with the town
planning commission, would or-
ganise a programme to evaluate
minutely the various facets of the
problem of. public health. Then,
on this concrete base a concrete
national programme of achieve-
ment may be built. I will not en-
large on this irritating question
to which I propose to consecrate
other articles, wishing today ra-
ther to come to the question of
the enquiry on the construction
of a private hospital.

*It'is a question which I have
been .privileged to follow very
closely, having been, together
with my colleagues J. Brun, J.
Salgado and P. St. Come plann-
ing architect of the project of 29
doctors mentioned to me by Dr.
M. Armand.


41s it now possible in Haiti to
ciect a, modern private hospital
of hundred-bod capacity and to
operate it suitably ? Dr. Ar-
mand's reply to our enquiry
gives the key to the question






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elf twenty odd doctors, the
test and most widely known in
the country wish to succeed in
realising this plan, it is obvious
that they can do so. But it is also
necessary for them to place the

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Sunday, JANUARY 8th 1956


Encouragement

pt'oblteni which'imust be solved
its true context. They must cl
ly understand that th affair
not be a business venture: it
a question 4' creating a tool
Square to their work, noth
more. Money is needed to c
'truct a modern hospital. The
* financial arrangement must
madee based on guaranties. TI
guaranties, in the case of the
vate hospital which we are
' cussing are in sum: It is nece
ry for the twenty doctors
wish to build a hospital to


Given Bourdon Hospital Builders PRESIDENT MA(itCLOIRE ENCOURAGES
(Continued from page 15)" BOURDON HOSPITAL BUILDERS
d in monstrate their own faith in the blems and difficulties, and the -Mjl most'sincere wish on the opening of these ,,journcsi' midtcales-
ear- project,and to demonstrate it in projected hospital costing $250. i; that next year the Haitian State may, through the ",Institut. de Crd-
will the only way whiph counts ( in 000 would at least become a reali- dtzr Agrwcole ert Industriel. help the group of doctors who already have
is this case ) for a bank: deposit on ty. acquired a sitc at Bourdon, to complete their hospital. And since we
ade- the counter of this bank their are at the tine of wishes. I would like 1956 to see the end of the
thing title of ownership, an apprecia- This article prompted the *Sun,, exodus of sicl: people to other countries because they will find in
ons- ble sum. It is not possible that to institute an enquiry of its own, Haimz not only the most suitable hospittals, but also truly devoted doct-
n, a ttwenty doctors, -among the best and we asked Dr. Hudicourt's ors who hdtse an awakened professional conscience united with Mdis-
be in Port au Prince, who are all views on the matter, putable knowledge.-
hese able to buy a suitable car and Commenting on the Mangones Extract from President Paul Magloire's
pri- build a modern house, cannot article, Dr. Hudicourt agreed that speech on the occasion of the opening of the
dis- each find $4000 cash for their hos the hospital would not solve the aJourn6es Medicales- Tuesday December 27th.
essa- pital. I guarantee that the $80.000 health problems of the nation/ -_.- ---- --.
who thus procured and deposited at which are cdependant upon V R
de- the bank would solve all the pro- wealth and social development, JOHN P. HOG VER N T I BATIMENT
but nevertheless it would be at PER-NNIT BAIIN
least a step in the right direction, TO DIRECT
he said.
,,:-, 'i ^ &
K\ T"he ear-eve-nose specialist also POINT IV I
\ explained, when interviewed by
*the Sunv In his modest home, Mh'. P;-e3ton Blanks, of SCISP,
SWednesddy. that it ivas far be- will relinquish command of the
4',. Fyond the financial possibility of Hritian branch of the USOM
"tiff .-" .^ isimere doctors to float the kind (Point IV)o Mr. John P. Hoover,to
'-' .. 1S "of hospital which they envisag- I Consul Goneral of fhe United


ged.


cAnd., he added, tit is a com- t
munity affair which will serve
members of our business world, '
as well as anyone else. Also, it P
will be open to all doctors, not
only those who own shaes.s
The physician pointed out that i
owning shares in the hospital .
would make .the businessmen 0
take an interest in the way a hos- I
pit.l is run, thus becoming aware -I
of the problems which must be t
faced.
The Tourist Trade is also great-
ly affected, by the lack of hospi-
tal wards, Dr. Hudicourt said. He
remarked that tourists are not
immune to sickness or accident,
and that it would be in the inter-
est of the industry to have the
best accommodations at their dis-
;o3-.f. '


States in Hai'ana, who is expect-
ed in Haiti towards the end of
this month.
Mr. Blanks has been, director
id interim of the service, for the
past year, following the transfer
)f Mr. Raymond C. Smith..
The new director of Point IV
s also name': by the State De-
partment ot the U.S.A. to take
)ver the economic section of the
J.S. Embassy here, replacing Mr
Donald Wolf who was transferred
o Japan some time ago.


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Amrnical Journalidsts Visit Haiti
to Report On Touristic Sites -


Aboard !he SS (Queen of, Ber- I M. Jacques Futrelle of the Was-
n -da-. a large group of journa- hipgtan Sta:- and Mrs. Josephine
lists, representative of leading Futrelle.
Aerican newspapers and mdga- i1. Jess Gorkin of 'Parade Ma-
zijies, arrived in Port au Prince g.fine and Mrs Dorothy GorJin
Friday, pencils and note-books at M. Richard Joseph of Esquire
,tlie ready. Magazine and Mrs. Morgan Jo-
toarism lBirector Pierce Chau- seph.
vel put -the writers and their fa- M. Ray Kelley of the Boston
miles in a goQod humour with a Post and Mrs. Eleanor Kelley.
'sLe *Perchoir.' luncheon-in-the- M. .Bas'nett Laschever of the
louds 1:00 p.m before guiding Hartford Times and Mrs. Dolares
them on a Grand Tour of our osi- Lasehever.
tes. touristiqueso. M. Georep McManus of the
j the group are: Boston Glbe and Mrs. Jean Mc
I. H. Viggo.Anderson of the Manun.
Hartford Courier and Mrs. Greta NI. Dave Roberts of the Cinein-
'Aadersen. nati Enquirer.
M1. David Appel of the Phila- Miss Ginger Brown, niece of M.
deiphia Inquirer and Mrs. Mar- Roberts.
garet Appel. Briand and Vivian MirF. K. D. Murphy, sister of
Ap.pel, son and daughter of Mr. MNI. Roberts
and Mrs. Appel. Mrs. Eileen MePhail, sister of-.
M. Edward T. Clarke of the Mr. Roberts.
Cleveland Press anil Mrs. Betty AT. George McGrath, Director,
Cldrke. Furness Publicity Wendell P.
I. Maxwell Coplan, photogra- Colton Company and Mrs. Anges
phj and Mrs. Alice Coplan. -McGrath.
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ODVA CITY
UNDERWAY
thh ODVA plans to build a resi-
dential city for its employees in
the neighbourhood of Pont Sonde,
it was announced this week.
The bureaux of this company, at
present Iscattered throughout the
Artibonirte, will also be housed in
the city, reports state.
Already 15 houses have been
completed, and a well is also pro-
;-cted.


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HAITI SUNSunday, JANUARY 8th 1956


HIYCON .I. P. S. HEPE TO ARRANGE
AERIAL SURVEY FOR GOVERNMENT

HAITI TO 9E PHOTOG.4APHED


P.A.A's office on Rue ,Pav6e
was the sitefor a meeting at the
summit Wednesday afternoon.
Pleasantly gruff Henry .Caul-
field, father of, lovely cinemac-
tress Joani Caufield, quickly learn
ed the knack ofbanging our te-
lephones and had unprecedented
success in summoning General


B.E A C II C

Reynolds (Haiti) Metafltd. has
opened a new office.-.situited on
Rue de la Rdunion, downtown
Port au Prince. Georges (Golo) La-
fontant has been transferred from
the Miragoane office to direct the
branch in the. capital,, and Compa-
ny Manager Jack Ryan will visit
the office twite weekly.
(Extract from La Phalange)
x itt
X X .X

Jean Claude HoHlant clippered
Stateside on the 4th.. '. -
X X x .. '..X

-Mrs. Olga U. Beneke; of Sara-
toga Fla., and grantlson Jan Tay-
lor were among guests at the Vil-
la Creole last week. Mrs.\Beneke
who ha; been around the world
several times, saw and fell in
love with the Citadelle. Owner of
a toilet seat factory, Mrs. Bene-
ke .was guided around by Johny
Charles of Hferaux Tours.

X X X h
x x '.: "

aStar Cine* proprietor,' Eddie
Rigaud is tra'velling in the ULL
U.S


I VAtitA-a1W ,.UiA u- t


Russell E. Randall, Duane Wood \vliich is contracting with the
and Elden E. Acker from Bowen Haitian Government to photo-
Field where tih* lbrassD of Hycon I,'aph the country front the air,'
Mfg. Co had just touched down in cooperation with the Inter-
in their darling ot the clouds american Geodetic Survey.
a Cessner 310. Mr. Acker, president and di-
Californian Investor Caulfield rector of Hycon, explained that
owns shares in Hycon Manufac- the aerial survey is a subsidiary
during, the Pasadena company ( ironic equipment and operate a
research laboratory in Cambridge
0 M B F ass.
0 M B E1li Neverih'iess this does nothing
to minimise the toughness of pi-
Among this week's New York- lot Frank Dearborn's job of rhak-
bound 'voyagers was chic Gilberte ing 1 meter / 25.000 scale photo-
(Boubou) Vieux. graphs from 30.000 feet in a mos-
x x x quito-type aircraft,


IGabriel Khawly clippere
to Georke town University
ington Thursday.
x X X.


d back
SWash-


Serge' Denizard flew to Caracas
Thursday.
x x x

PARAMOUNT

TO: 3:09 P.M. Les .Tambours de
Fu Manchu"
- 5-7-9:00 P.M. La Fleche Bris&e
MON. 6:00 P.M. LVEtoile du Destin
TUES. 6:00 and 8:15 P.M. La. FI-
che Briske
WED. 6-8:15 P.M. Quarter Inter-
dit
THURS. 6-8:15 P.M. Le Mousque-
taire de la. .Vengeance
FRI. 6-8;15 P.M. La Fliche Bris~e
.SAT. 5-7-90:60 P.M Les Tambours
:de Fu Manchu
SUN. 3:00 P.M. Let Tambours de
Fu 'Ilianchu '.
S5-7-9)00 P.M. Le Fils du Pendu


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for this WINTER. 1

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EVERY .IGHT1


From Oil Capital
Very representative of the
world's oil capital, Tulsa Oklaho-
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' Mr. True is very interested in
oil exploitation here in spite of
his purely holiday status as guest
of his friend Mr. Caulfield.
fe is head of Siboney Develop-
ment and Exploration Company
now toiling on a multi-million-
dollar basis to discover oil in Cu-
ba. '
Looking at the geological map
of Haiti with a wistful glint in
his eye, Mr. True said he hopes
to return for a longer vacation.
The visiting American *grand
negs were all lodged at the Ilbo
Lele.


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Yvone, Nadia and George Ba-
boun are Miami boupd Tuesday.
X x'x

Scipa's Edwin and Ada Astle
flew to -New York. Friday.
xxx

Vashi and. Kanti Dadlani re-
turned Friday to school in Jamai-
ca. ;
xx'.

Lieut. Guy and Jean Clerier
flew to Kingston this weekend en
route to N-w York.
xxx

Yolande Pien-e Noel is due to
.clipper to New York Tuesday.


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I
Dr. George (Dos) Hudicourt was
presented with another girl Thurs-
day by his lovely Doctor wife. This
is Their third gir) they have a boy.
X X X
Don Lungwitz and Curtis Hough
flew to the States on the thirty-
first on Plantation Dauphin busi-
ness.
The Geodetic Bell-Helicopter is
back over Port au Prince treading
air with Capt. Bill McKeown at the
controls. Lieut. Walldce 'L. Hick-
man is the new addition to the cop-
ter. family. Ground Crew Bob Rea-
gan came -back from vacation in
Alaska with an addition of his
owyn-a-wife named Carol.
% x x X
'5rs. Caleb Elliot's Tete de l'Eau
home was the scene of a benefit
Card Party for the St. Vincent's
Handicapped school Tuesdaytafter-
noun. A painting by Andri Normil
was baffled off and won by a good
Pastor of the Episcopal Church.
Sx X X
Enjoying the holidays with the
Major Osbornes of the U.S. Air
mission is Mrs. Scottson of New
York, Mrs.' Osborne's Aunty.
X X X
Lieut. Raymond Chassagne is
back from equestrian studies at
Saumur (France) where he spent
a year on a scholarship together
with Lieut. Franck Laraque.
Mathilde Beauvoir and Jean Clau
de Rigaud finally got around to
saying it out loud. The date will
be soon.'
X X X
Miss Yola Edouard and Mr. Jean
Dessables exchanged vows in Sa-
cr6 C(eur de Turgeau last Tuesday
at 6:00 p.m. Minister Jacques Fran-
cois was parrain. while Mrs. Des-
sables, mother of the groom was
ma-rraine',. The bride is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alcide Edou-
ard.
X XX
Victor Lampion will be in New
York this Weekend.
X X x
Mrs. Wendell L. Wilkie, widow
of the great U.S. Republican lead
er, arrived in Haiti Thursday
morning for a brief visit.
The late Wendell Wilkie, nomi-
nated by a unanimr.. 4 vote to
the Repubican _candidacy for
President, was defeated by F.D.
Roosevelt in 1940. It was FDR's
third consecutive term in the
White House.
Mr. Wilkie died four years lat-
er,after, a life-time of service to
the United States. His book eThe
World is Onek has been accepted
as a gospel for International Po-
litics.


Mr. and Mrs. F. Loonstra return-
ed to Curacao Friday after a visit
to Haiti. Mrs. Loonstra's daughter,
Lincde Moun is returning to school
in Greenbrier, West Virginia.
x x x
Georgia Townsend passed through
'iere to catch the Panama to New
York and loved it. The young lady
who hopes to become famous in Te-
levision is going home to Seattle.
Washington, to sae her parents be-
fore giVing Necy York a try. She
has been many months visiting her
uncle in Ciudad Trujillo and is a
cousin -no less--. of the Group
Captain Peter, ToWnsend.
x x x

Novelist and Film Script writer
Jennifer Ramage is in Haiti -and
loves it- after three weeks in Ja-
maica and Cuba. Author of four
novels C Proud Adversary-, -Red
Bishop., "Photo Finish, and -Body
Below.) she is lodged at Hotel
Park, feels Haiti offers tremendous
material for background, plots and
atmosphere. One of her novels.
-Body Below", set in Guadelpupe,
w.s filmed by J. Arthur Rank.
x x x
Mrs. Don (Lois) Lungwitz flew
to Jamaica yesterday to place her
daughter Bonnie in school at Hamp
ton and son Ti-Joe, the speedway
king, at Munro College.

X X. X
Miss Jane Hunter, of Cleveland
Ohio, one of America's most distin-
guished coloured social workers is
fulfilling an'life-long desire to vi-
sit Haiti. She arrived in Port Tues-


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Newly wercd MAir. and Mrs. Alix San-
-,artic'qi have gone south to Aux Ca-
yr.s. Mrs. Sansaricq is former
3elle Liautaud.
American Embassy's 'pretty
Jean Keenan's birthday tomorboy
will be the occasion for killing
the fatted calf at the homestead
she sHares with workmate Doro-
thy Dul.


x x x
- Big Cleveland Wilson passed
another milestone.with a celebrat-


Fabienne Jacquinot justified
critital acclaim with her first-
and-only performance in Haiti
Thursday night. Delighted crowds'
of music lovers appaluded the ta-
lent inherited from her famous
father and trained by the best
masters of France.
First prize winner at the Paris
Conservatoire of Music at the
age of 15, Miss Jacquinot has
reaped critical laurels in the cul-
tural centers of the world.
She is a treat for the eyes too.
Immigration's Antonine Legros
is recovering from an indisposition
which has confined her to bed for
the past three weeks.
x x x.
SMrs. Bergeman Mayas will fly
soon to New York accompanied
with her sons and daughters.
X X X
Mrs. Alice Baussan flies today to
Havana accompanied by son Henri,
from the *Douane'. They will be
.way for about a fortnight.
i X x x
Miss Jacqueline Dominique will
fly to New York soon.
x X X
Bertrand Bourgeois and family
returned to Aux Cayes after holi-
days iun Pefionville with Mother.
X X x
Paul Weesner returned to Rivie-
ra Thursday.


ion at the Simbie Hotel. ,x x x'
x x x Fatty Mallebranche bamboched
If yOLi think this weather is chil his'fete away with the family on


l'y you should taste North Amer-
icas.
X X X
x x x
Major Lou Stokes -supersonic
airace 1676 MPH in a B-45) and
wife M.rilyn had two .Martian
friends to dinner Thursday. Duck
from outer-space was superior and
tender.
XXX
Industrialist Owvald J. Brandt


Ruelle St. Cyr Thursday.
x x x
Ravissante Denise Roy flew to
New York vfa. Havana Tuesday.
*X X X
Mr. and Mrs. FVlix Mombeleur
are the proud' parents of a beau-
tiful baby girl.
X X X

Miss Alice FethiLre is back from


and Mrs. Brandt received His Ex- 'a fortnight on vacation in Les Ca-
cellency the President and Mada- .yes.-


oe Paul Magloire at the Shango
Night Club last evening.
X X, X
Jev. eler Jean Chenet flew ro new
York Friday.
Mrs. Jamil Handal clippered to
New York on the 6th.
SX X X


x x x ',. Missanita' Meinberg ceteorated
American author dJohn Rewald the first day of the New Year
is on two weeks vacation in Haiti. among her many Germand and
Dr. Rewald (D. Lit.) a Sorbonne Haitian friends with a supper-dan-
graduate with a Legion of Honour cc at her Petionville home. Guest
decoration for his research on the of hcrior was Gunter Degan who
theater, is accompanied by his Da- nrrs recovered from his recent
homey born wife N lice. The couple grave accident (Sun Dec. 11.)
will spend about a fortnight here. I x x x
x x x Grard Bouboule Montas is off
Marie Jesie Large headed for i this weekend on ten days relaxa-
the Big City on the 3rd. tion in JAmaica:
x x x I x x x


Lovelyj MAlichele Fouchard is shown above receiving a prime from Mine.
Magloire at the recent Cercle Port oan Princien ball


AX X
Franck Mevs flew to San Juau
this- week on business. He expects
to be away for about two weeks.
X X X

On the occasion of the investit-
ure of -President William Vaceha-
narat Shadrach Tubman for his
second term at the head of the Li-
berian Government, the acting
Charge d'Affaires and Mrs. William
Fernandez gave a reception 8:00
p.m. Monday in their home on Ave-
nue Marguerites.
Ministers Francois and Telson
nid other distinguished members
of the official and diplomatic
world were present.
x x x

Kathleen Zenny clippered to the
Midwest on the 6 th.
X X x
Roger Villedrouin was airborne
for the U.S. Thursday. I
x X X
Mr Georges Leger crP6re) travell
ed Stateside' this week.
x x x
Fabbie Vieux is holding hands
with a Grand Travailleur de Mar-
sdilles.


f TEN LATE Nina *-- *
JOHN WALKER a seem. LIM.


It musk

be good


Elaine (ex-Mrs. -Phofile John)
and her ma, Mrs. Barry, are
down again at the Hotel Riviera,
plan at Jeast a year's stay in
town. They are chaperoned by
two handsome poodles, ePopov
and ,Cdcu*.
X X X

SMiss Frederique Naudde and '
Mr. Karl Siegel are now offiejIal-
ly engaged. The announcenrnt
was celebrated by a fashionable
reception last evening at hie"
home of the Belgian Consul and
Mrs. Georges Naudd, parents of
the'beautiful fiancee. Mrs. Ray-
mond Lao'-nc,-aunt of the dash-
ing young groom-to-be "motored.
over from Cap Haitien to attend
the fete.
Karine Rtoumain will exchange
wedding vows with Henri de Del-
va on the 21 st.
Llliale (Bidou) Desrue ended a
much-too-brief vacation in Port
Tuesday, flying back to Univer-
sity in Miani where her mother; '
is Secretary of the Haitian Em-
batsy. Bidou bloomed as a lovely '
mainequin at Shango and El..
Rdnho. ..' .
Cblombia.. Journalist Alberto.'
MIdina spent fo-r days here last
week stopping at the Ansoni. "'
Jeanie (Goldilocks) cala flew .
home to,Stffern in New York .
Tuesday after a merry,'Christmas "
and Very Happy 'New Year'sv&. ."
in* Hait\ -s house-guest of. the ,
Louis DejMiA (senior and Junior).
nior). / / .' .
Dr' Nito Bonnefil after'ten years" ',
practicih3,in the United States, re-
Liarned for Xmas. The'ypung media.
steppe ou: with the BonAefi
clan didring the Yuletide,.fest'vi-i-
ties. .
XXX- -*

Mrs. Grace Gaines Lee missed
her husband's birthday Thursday
while away in Honolulu,-getting
the dope on the tropical flowIr'
indittry which'nets the Hawaiian
Islands $5,000,000 per year and
the piineapDle industry, which
rakes in $1.10.000.000. It is hoped
that a comparable income might
accrue to haiti through technical
knowledge amid patience. "''".

x X ,X' :


Due in haiti to 0o a story on a'
couple honeymooning here-i is
Miss Helen "Murphy, editor of
4The Bride's Magazine*.


SX X


Ambassador Ernest Chauvet en-
ded a restful visit home flying
back to his post at the U.N. Friday.
Sx x x I


Raoul Lahens met
York .snowvs Friday.


Dr. and
York.


the New '
f


Mx x

Mrs Destrois are in New;


x x x
Ti-Fred Kroil flew back to Ha
yard Wednesday after a hectic
holiday.


SJohnnie Walker must be good, to remain t.o.a:
forefront of Scotch Whiskies for over 30. years.
It must be good to pass the scrutiny of distillers t
with over 130 years experience behind them.

JOHNNIE WALKER
SoAN 1120-S TILL GOING STRONG

,Try ht today-you'll agree it's good
"S^ U^HMH ^ I


Sunday, JANUARY 8th 1956


HAITI SUN


?





PAGE9 20 -___________HAITI SUN


PAA Messenger

Honourd By Co.

For 20 Yrs. Service

Manes Delorier, of P.A.A. is
proudly wearing a gold P.A.A.
pin complete with four bright
stars, on the breast of his grey
uniform.

,The pin was presented to the
devoted messenger by District
Sales Manager Dave Gossett in
a moving cEremonv at Rue Pavde
office last week. to express the
company's gratitude for his twen-
ty years of service.
I
A slight, quiet-spoken fellow,
he started his career with the
airline April 12, 1935 as a mem-
'ber of the Line crew at -Bowen
Field, helping to refuel and ser-
Vice planes later served at the
sea base where the Exposition
Pier is today, i
From his starting wage of $12 per
month, Mapes has risen to $80,
married in 1932 and has five chil-
dren between the ages of 16 and
7 years old.
He came to Port au Prince from
his native Cote de Fer in 1928,
worked as a carpenter's apprenti-
ce,and poyied the HASCO staff
for a 6-month hitch before trans-
ferring to PAA.
Manes, present duties include
going to the Bank, and the Tax


Office, running errands '"tout par, main iSt LoIisi, Neptune (St
tout" in town. He is also willing i Lou',)
to fetch cokes for visitors to theI Long Jumni R. Romain tSt. Louis)
cool Pan American Office on Rue'Foreman 'St GC), Chen tSt. GC)
Prvee where he is a coal little! Hop-Step-Jump P. Foreman (St
felowv. 'GCi. E. Ri.-?o iSt. Louis) H. De-


Int-rviewed by Your Reporter,
Manes stated his ambition is to
go as far as God permits" in his
job, which he hopes to huld until
-pas capab encore. '


ST. LOUIS
LEADS
ST. GEORGE'S
(Continued from page 3)


nis (St Loinsi.
Shot Putt Neptune (St. Louis)
RECORD, \ldridgc (St GC), Clar-
k? (St. .GC
CLASS II
100 in. Nir.nlac St. Louis). Hoo
'St. GCC. Momplaisir (St Louis).
200 inm Br':n Sgt. GCi, B. Lue
ict. ,Ci Renmv ,iSi Luis) Relay
St. Lmois ir)eni-:. Momplaisir,
Reid Nicolas)
600 m. Williams (St GCC, Nicolas
Lnt. J.ump1 tr.id Cqt Gr)
Long Jump Lue (St. GC) Corving-


Friday night the visitors were ton (St Louis). 3Momplaisir (St
entertained by the mCercle des:. Loui-) High Jumo Denis (St
Jeunesa where tiey quickly trim- Louis) Marsh (St GC) Dalencour
med their calypso step to fit the i (St. Louis).
meringue beat, and last "night .'
Cite Magloire II Administrator EDOUARD GENTIL
Raoul Hector. Pancho's. host, en-
tertained the boys royally in his TO HEAD
new Turgeau villa. RADIO-COMME1CE
RESULTS OF ST-LOUIS St. Talented Engineer (Exposition
GEORGESTRAC NEET 1' Tlete Engineer (Exposition
GEORGE'S TRACK il4EET fountain) Edouard Gentil, formerly
(Fbr the Roland Lataillade Cup). Te.chnialD iretor pn af Rardin Conm-


100 mni. Emiie, Romain (St.
Louis), Mit.:hell, Burket (St. GC)
200 m. Clermont (St. Louis), Bur-
kett (St GO. Neptune (St Lbuis)
Relay 4 X 100 St. Louis Macary,
Emile, Roniain, Clermont);
88m. F De Souza (St. GC) D. Luc
(St GC) Marc August (St Louis)
High Jump Foreman (St GC), Ro-


merce, h"s been named to fill the
post of Director of the station left
vacant by the departure of Mr.
Guy Douyon lor the States.
Mr. Gentil, rsou aJministrateur-
,d6l1gu6, of SPERNA, was official-
ly appointed this past week to the
important job at the head of Hai-
ti's big radio station.


Up frotn the sca comes the inspiration for Hull's i:,iv e.t. colorful complete limc of art pottery. In Ebb
Tide. the shoes that inhabit the seas... shells, coral, fish a-ri plants.. set rithe motif. Hull has captured
themi in glowing colors, and fashioned them into art pottery of great beauty.
EBB TIDE is available in two decorations. The co mplete 16 p'ece line is illit.(strared above in decoration
2 IVine and Seaweed. The entire 16 piece line snalso avidabic in Decoration I Shrimp and Tur.
qtwoise.-WILLY WIDMIAIER'S NSW NOVELTY SHOP
In front of Cie. Lithographique d'Haiti Rue Amind'icaie Phone 2278.


STHE WORLD


FAMOUS THROUGHOUT


SHOES


FOR EVERY OCCASION


* a,


Sunday,, JANUARY 8th 1956


il


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'2014-05-17T05:37:51-04:00'
virus check
'146611' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file139' 'sip-files00019.pro'
cb26c59169a41b08d9b30bd54b09b26f
716a021af8cd1e7f391e6533c7479e664fb6027c
'2014-05-17T05:40:17-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-17T05:38:04-04:00'
virus check
'54032428' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file14' 'sip-files00014.tif'
8fbf3f5bc606652f42f4ce103f57f7d3
212b0bdbf7e3028f17793993add0228efe76f42f
'2014-05-17T05:39:53-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-17T05:37:20-04:00'
virus check
'132643' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file140' 'sip-files00020.pro'
a7621bc1fe20727dba7e686be4836d4a
9ed33782f3eafb5764aa801708fcb8209b117bda
describe
virus check
'118210' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file141' 'sip-files00021.pro'
e432f75fb872d0e9c866cd57f3d61bf2
3185ffeb98c2cad3002addad424a1f40c5277731
describe
virus check
'130384' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file142' 'sip-files00022.pro'
831f5dffcb07e5e1313ccd3bbfd6279c
15251d41eb366d5f95171f1f242c7d680c504c14
'2014-05-17T05:40:37-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-17T05:38:48-04:00'
virus check
'266344' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file143' 'sip-files00023.pro'
4127e9fe41a7fa6de6568c05217fa45b
1a2b4f7bf838092a8423bbc984e25aeefefb3b98
describe
virus check
'103837' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file144' 'sip-files00024.pro'
fe84d1d2b0f9a4c02005b9f4e92210b8
92a031cd62ed5ec15bcd377192938e5852d19fc6
'2014-05-17T05:39:50-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-17T05:37:16-04:00'
virus check
'9498' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file145' 'sip-files00001.txt'
68c9b3bb93d0d786408ba58cd2a21f70
ee984d91fc27cecca8e4c06ff3dfd0d642af709c
'2014-05-17T05:40:47-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-17T05:39:10-04:00'
virus check
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
Invalid character
'7297' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file146' 'sip-files00002.txt'
eeb58b4c662bfbf3f61bedb42cd6db35
552908249790f943b36c64a42dae9bf0ca2aa89a
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'12912' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file147' 'sip-files00003.txt'
b67467222a5d23fe3a2f9e5b4fc00f58
9aef948de4339ec4381a5eea5586e330a9f3fcac
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7962' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file148' 'sip-files00004.txt'
45df6fea9af918a294a165a7bf66f217
074af301be8462309482ccf77f07e483e152afdd
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'11675' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file149' 'sip-files00005.txt'
802aacc23d1d51869c6c9f94bb43c959
dd66b4fbae8b4a024a693d9f61b9b6574ade0512
'2014-05-17T05:40:32-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-17T05:38:35-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'47217604' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file15' 'sip-files00015.tif'
3b525e5642e5c630a98e03ebd7f2a1e7
a746a770bac83de49aa932a59f555b85a121dac2
'2014-05-17T05:41:11-04:00'
describe
virus check
'6753' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file150' 'sip-files00006.txt'
f8bb36d50ee9eb3e456d24916ea54d04
a4bb6958963b334dccf8805fede7097270278b16
'2014-05-17T05:40:31-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5777' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file151' 'sip-files00007.txt'
437b21fb0a37e37ef210fb9b0c7f4292
e7fb68b697151db1a83f08f1d3aec45f230c86fc
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-17T05:39:11-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6151' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file152' 'sip-files00008.txt'
3413c77e53a05b133d168f84eff99730
afd9619492446ab7ae2b5e215b40316b466ae024
'2014-05-17T05:40:55-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'1783' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file153' 'sip-files00009.txt'
361ee289643d43bffe5419d23c25971a
c1305183449ab6355f71acebeec3f0caa2e021dc
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'1202' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file154' 'sip-files00010.txt'
ea6b376abe740687143c1b3ff1fc806a
342021c16bd4ff39669e13410543762aea18bf04
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-17T05:39:18-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7406' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file155' 'sip-files00011.txt'
d877f4d40e7d3c3e13f0648d9d8a375c
27932bfbb11811a653eb9f66cf794042cc397fa3
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-17T05:37:33-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8799' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file156' 'sip-files00012.txt'
fa9b3013c7b3b628163b18f91e525d13
56910eac9801fb39ac9cd4a8babb69f7265cc586
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7170' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file157' 'sip-files00013.txt'
235de728acb009f32960a8752c37f915
adddc592d32911c5af83de92a9027f949affb870
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'1556' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file158' 'sip-files00014.txt'
6248fdcac843841a3596a37caa9d9cf0
8712b400e2ebde9439d6a5824f83e1e203f07673
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'360' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file159' 'sip-files00015.txt'
b7ddab5f2c0020ed58ccd7df9e523839
880d53e7057c96d17f21c175a68e6e67ccc6ef67
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'50203208' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file16' 'sip-files00016.tif'
bee5ec0a8321c070648996dfef398a4d
613a954bbfe047fd07c384fea01d9a428873dd2c
'2014-05-17T05:40:20-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-17T05:38:10-04:00'
virus check
'2524' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file160' 'sip-files00016.txt'
0b1ffc10126e4f8c23d7f0eed0680769
f1ec6561188cbe75a72a8d5cbb081ba18a6a4575
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7472' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file161' 'sip-files00017.txt'
d2cd3bf27199c8460c480d0169247cf5
ccd37fb8aea2411280b8938db777df39d145a655
'2014-05-17T05:40:18-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'4407' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file162' 'sip-files00018.txt'
ee52613c5a865f5ad4c018d24c961ebf
3b7c6771d1709a6cdbf5daaa61c32098aeefec62
describe
virus check
'6431' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file163' 'sip-files00019.txt'
cfcda4aa1b03d1dc6aede81eaa3c7313
b39f34f5420533cb8e7229b729bec0f4df2b80ad
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7026' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file164' 'sip-files00020.txt'
1ee29901aa9e5153ccb1aa9a56cdd419
bcc88565489c907024bd113e6edcf8b7a08493a3
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'4940' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file165' 'sip-files00021.txt'
0feeaa281416ad32bc553dd049da1da2
fe64c1670024a30e5566a55a164b2c6b7607dea7
'2014-05-17T05:39:57-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5707' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file166' 'sip-files00022.txt'
39c788cc5d95602994cd25b320f53fc0
abca04c66005e227b7c3165d7f002ef4291e4823
'2014-05-17T05:39:54-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-17T05:37:21-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'11342' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file167' 'sip-files00023.txt'
43ada01bc3f2f7fa00e68288a81050a7
af465d442290a26b6dc4692f92bc056fbab4d01a
'2014-05-17T05:41:00-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'4309' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file168' 'sip-files00024.txt'
8c1dba428713d9fe78de9752d90162cb
dfa95eef46d961986abd344e4be954afb004d48d
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'55670' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file169' 'sip-filesAA00015023_00348.mets'
20786bbb6ef3dc40b24f11b6881b50c6
368e3fd8d59a2916a14b2398adc9d156b8a1563e
describe
virus check
'2014-06-18T15:02:59-04:00'
xml resolution
'48651608' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file17' 'sip-files00017.tif'
4416729f0c2995cfed739da99d05a421
ab5d76f282790fc302c698a97559fc6b7995e6b0
describe
virus check
'49069692' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file18' 'sip-files00018.tif'
b721a4ba25018b29273880608a4e8ed8
8afc445088591a553667b64fb93d35195d218d11
describe
virus check
'49972908' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file19' 'sip-files00019.tif'
d7ac38fe35e086e3c965287e0c80e0d2
b076d0297d2f50afbf928c8e1f1a5e890edba6bc
'2014-05-17T05:39:55-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50726700' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file2' 'sip-files00002.tif'
066b0797dc12644ec3f8f80163d05424
943cd951cdb872910c3b3f803dc7a3613ffb8ac2
'2014-05-17T05:40:13-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-17T05:37:59-04:00'
virus check
'51119552' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file20' 'sip-files00020.tif'
6c67ec7be183caa1bfc862c7c9c4080e
165d51d17e80487a9b2c3673cb3de6b8ae8a5580
describe
'2014-05-17T05:37:31-04:00'
virus check
'50574684' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file21' 'sip-files00021.tif'
b226e23d9c81c8667cedcb88ef2dbdd4
88a863991024b3c71ddae69fab9d4bb931a9871d
describe
virus check
'50283420' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file22' 'sip-files00022.tif'
2c2ab6a6a59d8058823d85df83ba4897
481d29861486563b3fff7749f733fd36576707bf
describe
virus check
'48735924' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file23' 'sip-files00023.tif'
455e581d9f7f136e490c739e3823248e
f2822cd52faeed2df7cc1a3f3b174b2e37cc8330
'2014-05-17T05:40:29-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-17T05:38:29-04:00'
virus check
'49956564' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file24' 'sip-files00024.tif'
f276587db31ef931dd17e8bbf687e005
f5c1c70bb0ee4cf181bcd606e155d1707fff51c8
describe
virus check
'2162034' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file25' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
4b81c5cad9b964f68a09e0281e12daa7
7d795d6fbb2460e3ed9ce859edbb5cd720d1bef9
describe
'2014-05-17T05:39:39-04:00'
virus check
'2112696' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file26' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
3843509eb000f6db34a8ba5082c67337
cf7ec66d87003f04ec2e7818c31b0ee0d7df85bd
describe
'2014-05-17T05:38:36-04:00'
virus check
'2068213' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file27' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
44ea3426fbc0ad861b9ee63113be3add
33b228620eff011bf3db353c9440d130484eef54
describe
virus check
'2054416' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file28' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
f49f958746ec1cb1404c82abbadf6c07
9141ad18f0465b5f0ea66396c25781c034735c62
describe
virus check
'2033471' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file29' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
4e55792e5ff27e5b43d8bb7743b4712c
423db1e0579c151149ea41bb1753954becdaf47c
describe
virus check
'49656960' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file3' 'sip-files00003.tif'
8eca057b8a1fef4957d709c68c61c9b9
43ddbc809b510f820b8ab882838d69182f61830e
'2014-05-17T05:40:07-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-17T05:37:44-04:00'
virus check
'2076044' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file30' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
5c5ad2e9065229443814c9404f9f7ac4
a49b87b6fb8140d884553d6c6f3c78abcc09deb2
'2014-05-17T05:40:14-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-17T05:38:01-04:00'
virus check
'2069699' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file31' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
72d6be11bf42d71c18f644849603036c
7ec181efea10a3b6f8ea4261f5d97290eb63412e
'2014-05-17T05:40:35-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-17T05:38:42-04:00'
virus check
'2043823' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file32' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
b275dc4eb42fde66d2b00a60f0dd4497
051375641faf7c09c1f0a327fc205b4f704a452a
describe
virus check
'2120453' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file33' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
2eeb3b2b58769cdcbb35e3641cab7fb5
385ea7c5701bf75d731a6be69059d453f7f82e04
describe
virus check
'2022800' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file34' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
3215f43f5a677edefe47b2d8dcac1a4f
ed6221506467848f5e33882214cbc57464de75d4
describe
virus check
'2184528' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file35' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
f8b9f6d36e615618c107d7df7d8cb17b
cc5cb5571e23d0150ae089cd740e236643252fbd
describe
virus check
'2207902' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file36' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
2cc5ec74f9c85883de9c038a3b1c6e45
d23561e18785412a314da4746bd59cf540b89ae6
describe
virus check
'2197870' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file37' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
f56b738c43021f2986b76f28a7e97b64
4532479fff24c154e632aa01f25a44799613ca31
describe
virus check
'2250369' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file38' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
f95d4b88ba272e392cd77d710cfb6d8a
f88394f280ce6e40200b164aa146c0520163bf65
describe
'2014-05-17T05:38:05-04:00'
virus check
'1966434' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file39' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
ba70d548333fc2f5825622f8a969719f
c39dec2ca798ce289752790273f5d5f115f7f3ba
describe
virus check
'49327396' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file4' 'sip-files00004.tif'
4637ca47a096e2782913355b558e2680
370a9e04a68f192388848b9d422f38366b27de76
describe
'2014-05-17T05:38:41-04:00'
virus check
'2090955' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file40' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
f1c156a9041eb6785caa516ac5f21481
9bbdce5502a2abd35bd882b469f83e282dbf5ad0
'2014-05-17T05:40:48-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2026244' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file41' 'sip-files00017.jp2'
c87c1005191dd4cd52127aa74a50202c
9208450304b3eb61de87f9cbf59d78bb27e0af2f
describe
virus check
'2043661' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file42' 'sip-files00018.jp2'
7f1b4e4274aa7c89e5eff5ba0cf15bd0
aaeea6527e6468e89fac09cb37ba9d5c53cbc4c4
describe
virus check
'2081317' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file43' 'sip-files00019.jp2'
355b4f1f294dcaedd7ab937695de413e
d6b007d552121c551d0cd278c210f12e29ab2c69
describe
virus check
'2129132' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file44' 'sip-files00020.jp2'
afcc9855b3ed2110f65489bda2533b47
eff046883e6e24e752d01ff9019eb7dd1bd132e4
describe
virus check
'2106391' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file45' 'sip-files00021.jp2'
313724dd21b256bf546913abb3c4540e
b2b3245c8f8e844607305a99fe1a9815ae5a7c52
describe
virus check
'2094222' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file46' 'sip-files00022.jp2'
20131943504443c4fd860b4aad402496
25cea8821db1a146bd62b37b0e43c10ace3c73e5
describe
virus check
'2029805' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file47' 'sip-files00023.jp2'
4bbea20ff56868ea6e7a56dd1b774461
49e63658def043a5280f81e4b2d273db18a43062
describe
virus check
'2080603' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file48' 'sip-files00024.jp2'
a487aaadb329cbb4f0085fdcf365e59c
2ef8828ad45ba4b5e582a4f55cdeb9c07ed01a2e
describe
virus check
'651472' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file49' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
56da183952081b4e90b3a8a5f6a015fb
a7221422ed0f637292c07ae084f58d3277601f6a
'2014-05-17T05:40:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48823908' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file5' 'sip-files00005.tif'
a26698eec3f9473c4f6d2ae586d0e1f8
fe2752a065cd70f4b466a608d827adee8d25590c
'2014-05-17T05:40:41-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-17T05:38:58-04:00'
virus check
'87350' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file50' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
5ad1d9285660d358b516af230768d0a3
c174e54248ebd1dfd940a4f5ae837ca1367e17ed
describe
virus check
'716407' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file51' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
a1573bcaeb65329b3ca77d05aa41259f
6352ffcfe7771e3389a19958c7a72b14f7f28996
describe
virus check
'96848' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file52' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
77515aa808c81c21aea74052d0daf7f1
43bce05a65c182c5489e27edffdc18a767495f00
describe
virus check
'757729' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file53' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
095fc98ca85b027d8cdd102d96e66f9e
7054a4510b8fed1f9e72d8355e41cd879e931504
'2014-05-17T05:40:33-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-17T05:38:37-04:00'
virus check
'95031' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file54' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
669b6f0f5333156939e9f0e86971c67c
b0e59f1dcf3bc6d32e3ff277dc10efa47199b8f7
describe
virus check
'717295' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file55' 'sip-files00004.jpg'
a10e3c3452c934da2c2c2cbdfe85c0fe
5c16c77bac73178c260d9b0e9dbc27ecd3f18704
describe
virus check
'95681' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file56' 'sip-files00004.QC.jpg'
7244ee646be4ae7d5044d2c3758d6384
8bc1ab0095d621e0d478375e7bf277900c54d81f
describe
virus check
'772517' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file57' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
803c4b84b88682491d3ff38c774a87b1
682dafc4392e70964e296063646c1344fc9a1c73
describe
virus check
'96960' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file58' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
2c2827787aab55df1a3d229c3f81f7e6
d57f25ff3a569bda26a596337a23dfe5fd698a63
describe
virus check
'716483' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file59' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
dead35a256a39091dd6d2bb1566e333f
82061453a0b5b381e1f137ed76e2ccfe78ba5e07
describe
'2014-05-17T05:38:59-04:00'
virus check
'49846120' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file6' 'sip-files00006.tif'
c3d6bbd61e6921a17fe3ee06f3578f14
c89d23d5d255f95c587782e829671594682ba146
describe
virus check
'91805' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file60' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
e36a66f75799999998928365b93fa11c
d1e88364c3ddbc2b51c1dbd6bb3104f4203806bb
describe
virus check
'696714' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file61' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
e61124112fbccc682a48551af20ff1c6
fb0f992b35a6ac2ce5218aa884624458042ebdd8
describe
virus check
'91452' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file62' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
d30351cc8e9efbfde7633a9fc24632e0
32a5ad8f9623571dd76c0e8dd326e2720f0f978f
describe
virus check
'763583' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file63' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
cbc0c601d019c77d226b41f297b75458
7450d5945a34206b3694593448fa353cb5bb3a67
describe
'2014-05-17T05:39:20-04:00'
virus check
'100625' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file64' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
4ea762553d51aea2f4c65e3d4415b880
30cc256b4b417bb62cb70d906015ebea14f7f39a
describe
virus check
'532747' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file65' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
1f710e08e38c4f38ac37f663f5c62423
d56e063d3b0e4cab6621d07079a0e47f8a2291fd
describe
'2014-05-17T05:38:30-04:00'
virus check
'75327' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file66' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
fa288719a13c8533731752c5f3a71940
fb43e467fdc29dacb399f12f52b71689e963bb2a
describe
virus check
'753781' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file67' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
33597fd8b1fb2e20f1be2a4fd3a5d4c3
42eafd4f84e02eaf432bec5a93c8e86abf12cf91
describe
virus check
'106109' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file68' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
fb5cbd6c26e4908e528f7229fd4f572c
f3747c002fc8fdb4bed128c40604acc6cd382393
describe
virus check
'681253' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file69' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
6875c1ccb6d0f6fb7fe694ee9082dd21
15d9499f6d1d7e8f1253ab4b0fee02d613195553
describe
virus check
'49694176' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file7' 'sip-files00007.tif'
3ed97c47432c69279ca9deb6a5347278
8ad6f819d32794e8f5c52ff2865fa87d244608aa
describe
virus check
'98562' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file70' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
7cc12ec52267e5155b5bc427580e393a
573fc43f39d2d2b1767dff66617f5bc953a89b3c
describe
virus check
'709055' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file71' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
8a5dac3ced320b316288eab488f1ee6e
447759c79d5469f61cdc850ed424259813793892
describe
virus check
'92522' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file72' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
818352a7d3c3c85467a2dd9cb9bfa0bc
53996bc5b2712d39d04dd52e8c6ce7b16334f4fc
describe
virus check
'673305' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file73' 'sip-files00013.jpg'
f9d656a37ec3e6bcec1bff6d7d430413
ea538af170c6f938b2ff564589e55fc54e24d24c
describe
virus check
'93489' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file74' 'sip-files00013.QC.jpg'
75aa4b2267f2d4fe1c3392476a613c91
7391609b9a02d0a5f0509f48e15290fa3916d7e6
describe
virus check
'744296' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file75' 'sip-files00014.jpg'
43f88825d3999ecbe27b1c584b3206b9
6307e0d12e4b3206daf4f0057a4e51e46b4e4219
describe
virus check
'109080' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file76' 'sip-files00014.QC.jpg'
42b0908fd490ffb21250030bd54d32e6
f12f53cfaa347a88867d2b2d5f688f6a9bf34259
describe
virus check
'728927' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file77' 'sip-files00015.jpg'
9d0f0b47375abafd6091cf1bd53c81e4
5e33a2231d4c0f9a1ba2729121973ebc5ab8c6eb
describe
virus check
'101345' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file78' 'sip-files00015.QC.jpg'
224042977f830b63742eae72003d7b23
544ad60800561e17644a5e2b5014ce83571e0756
describe
virus check
'590503' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file79' 'sip-files00016.jpg'
6057c3fe0ba662e3d334d3d9296f669f
f5c0fb00fc8fda3126afc8b1b64ac564a80d4126
describe
virus check
'49074468' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file8' 'sip-files00008.tif'
f8fd6d34c400d54bebcb535ff0ad2c42
af12cb1d5b051ac78411f5cc63dace0938ebe8bd
'2014-05-17T05:41:01-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-17T05:39:32-04:00'
virus check
'80305' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file80' 'sip-files00016.QC.jpg'
9a865d66a3c4d9174b0bf9131f054d76
7a67462354c3fc7635a6469d7e918a0c6bf6c9c2
describe
virus check
'744330' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file81' 'sip-files00017.jpg'
820358beafafe26fa5072e83087650ca
293277b1b184c2b5e2a9dc9a175746fcca061ff7
describe
virus check
'99837' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file82' 'sip-files00017.QC.jpg'
31d325601794dc5a896aa026ae7981fc
92fde5d5bba46afeaded110e7db2cc423831fcb6
describe
virus check
'723776' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file83' 'sip-files00018.jpg'
72deaa25ef0cf96fb5611fcaf457be36
a60abc895793ec7cdd1bd722cc523f7cbb2b15ae
describe
virus check
'98589' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file84' 'sip-files00018.QC.jpg'
5cc7bddeda52130fa26c2222a575a7d2
b36f6db56c5bdfa3da391c5dd07ae17b9eddf37d
describe
virus check
'711464' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file85' 'sip-files00019.jpg'
635d0f95c1c1a4f9127c927f83040357
3aef7ea75137bb05b5740b2617fe7e8d3b2a3630
describe
virus check
'94621' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file86' 'sip-files00019.QC.jpg'
12b0a765c30aa3cd406c65aa5748af04
fddec9ac2614b4b4fd6564e0406c155cc9ed46f4
describe
virus check
'672620' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file87' 'sip-files00020.jpg'
86726d09ba169c075e82397de861ab6c
20c2f2901bdec41efa40b5b5fa048e12c2ba9a33
describe
virus check
'86315' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file88' 'sip-files00020.QC.jpg'
23af61ef60dcf5e5ef78bb9c4577aa2c
923f419dfa0385b31083a959efc263c9b889e6aa
describe
virus check
'673774' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file89' 'sip-files00021.jpg'
0a555c03c38e18667c89565b82ca81e7
c3db9561a27527a41e849ac41540049cea3a56a3
describe
virus check
'50911128' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file9' 'sip-files00009.tif'
7257ba061dc1955c34ee62a1e2c85ff5
6465e0a31211616532541a47dd7257001ad1d33e
describe
'2014-05-17T05:38:47-04:00'
virus check
'92679' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file90' 'sip-files00021.QC.jpg'
19f85648a0af9b6daca28130eb35c878
92454c106732b1d896806640fcf4d7cfdcdda986
describe
virus check
'735533' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file91' 'sip-files00022.jpg'
1a7a27579988eece833d8c398aaef715
e2a71551e13076c4ecf31d73592afaec943b7343
describe
virus check
'99162' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file92' 'sip-files00022.QC.jpg'
33f58a805bea6c6e3859a694365c79b7
c9a2854ed605d8944ce3507c3591b82de0be8ac0
describe
virus check
'770345' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file93' 'sip-files00023.jpg'
86048425e2c336e5d8fd13da5aae2984
958372ce9652fb5db3429f369da9b0b027b8a530
describe
virus check
'95798' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file94' 'sip-files00023.QC.jpg'
c9a43e3d7a959162c11c162d26b15334
9372e261d9f75f5c6a67d83df319545527debd62
describe
virus check
'757679' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file95' 'sip-files00024.jpg'
cb1faceba44dfc6bb21c3e90d72b6e0b
836ee89398c5b105cfc19526a8e762e1a53a495e
describe
'2014-05-17T05:38:00-04:00'
virus check
'94353' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file96' 'sip-files00024.QC.jpg'
93e3aa0f71211ce9ac5c2e0d828c7819
0e92a36523ab018ea6516c514e210315a4327be6
describe
virus check
'38269' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file97' 'sip-files00001thm.jpg'
ee99477ba012488982c5f41fc3a7e456
245ac2171519c2ee01b88fa5eb7e7b5cb6b1b910
describe
virus check
'41270' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file98' 'sip-files00002thm.jpg'
e12e4901bd6830936296ced770faf974
565ab9c68c4f68bc07c2901c2cbc8add9aa48609
describe
virus check
'38110' 'info:fdaEN7TU1B6S_NDM8O6file99' 'sip-files00003thm.jpg'
8bcb751eb62e25cff5cb9f08acba4452
8f807cfbf4f861e5809b803523d6dde014dc663f
describe
virus check


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