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THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
z'ort au Prince R6publique d'lHaiti Telephone 2061 Sunday, January' 29


th 1956 No. 19'


INTREPID GERMAN MD DUE HERE


Charted For Long, Eventful Lifetime Closes; On diobe Girdling Canoe Trip

Success Kalil Snoud Dies At 108 Yrs. Old
A living legend among the Sy- ble event, bringing him special LAST REPORTED.IN CIUDAD TRUJILLO
Madame Magloire's annual rian colony passed into immor- gifts.
charity benefit fair ,La Foire tality Wcdn.,day with the death But he could remember many I Anxious yes v.'.c turned c a ll e d first at' L a s
Aux Etoiles- will be held Fe- of Kalil Saoud whose life .may other historic details: among seaward a. tile t-.Hai Sun.s went mas in .Sahta Cruz
bruary 11, 7:00 p.m on the' Ex- stand beside that of a Bible Pa- them the Franco Prussian War, to Press this weekend, search- Tenerife,' Canary Islands, Cr
position. tria,-eh as far as longevity featuring Napoleon IIl of Fran- ing the horizon for a tiny white ed to St. Thomas Virgin Isla
Th2 fair promises to be as and fertility arc concerned. ce and Otto Von (Iron Duke dugoutt scheduled to arrive here andtfaived -at Ciudad *Tz
spendid and entertaining as in Bismarck qrf Prussia, which end- at. any minute after crossing the seventy-three days after his
previous years, and the commit- He never could remember his ed with German victory in 1871 Atlantic from. Portugal. parture from Europe.
tee in charge of its organization birthday --at least he never That was a. little over ten The small white bbat, and its The thitty-thrde-year-old'
is tirelessly working to make it bothered aoout it so members years before lie packed a stock anc-man crew, were last sighted v.nturer declared to news
a memorable occasion. of the family 'used to observe of merchandise and migrated to in Cludad T-rujillo, Dontinican across the border that he
(Cont nued 'on page 3)-.. Father:s 'Day as a kind of dou- Haiti to trade.' Kalil brought Republic. never had an. accident at
withesim ris wife and four chil- The adventurous skipper a added he held no fear what
dren, a daughter, Hanie. and German doctor by the name of ver' of twisting his,-life tQ.
..:: 7-. 7-7v w' ,:jr1. -.. three sons, Abfaham, Abib and nHas Lindemann, set out from [2 meter, obie-miasted pa
..... '""Salo on.Qorto, Portug hl, w here he has over so long a vo. Sg G.
--A."In 194, he adopted Haitian b&,n practicing medicine' for In fact, he said, he getsa
.... tm e to cir um av.at thrill out, uf'it an d prefers.
c i t i z e n s h i p a n d s i x y e a r s l a t e r t S m~ l b~ m t u n v g a e e o n : .. ..t'd o c o
made a voyg' akt tehm globe. sea roving-'-lje' to doctor
countryd a aepiobablya thto Aeek Crossing the'.vAtlantic in less which he..h abandoned se
twnr -'bal os mon tsth .bay-{ x t -
new lines of commercec, as2&short thaLn tw ont- oh iaos,cthe tor sh t.d.'J 'eI)
ly before hp, had 'abandoned the beairl'ed, blindelerrim doctor-. thage- IS)`
'customary "rhode of itinerant -
selling in the -provinces and.
opened.-a- sbhp at. Areabaae. THE M#4 --
His wife, accompanying'-him 1 A M AYOTTE
on the voyage, gave birth to aAi
child. Both mother and baby! ... M,..
died. Kalil stayed 4 years in the-.. .':- .'
East before returning to Haiti. Adding to the general hilarityiwof the.street revelers-dj-t'ing
In 1904, 100 years after the carnival season each year is a sort of side-show, capitalizing. on
declaration of Haitian Indepen- curiosity of the-fun-seekers.
dcnce, Xalil left the towp where
(Continued on page.3 Known asLa Mayotte, t:is a large box mounted on four'.S
whee1si andlt deC~rated 'with .gay.. colored crepe paper and stres


Crashed Aoquitop .is shown being towzd off strip by
Le 'Touhe'2u crane It was total loss.


REYNOLDS GIVES
LOAN FOR JACMEL
GIFT TO ABACOTS
$200.000 were advanced .by
*Retnolds Hriti Metal Inc.;> last
week towards the erection of a
'modern wharf in the Southern
port of Jacmrel. The check was pre
sented by Mr. Walter L. Rice,
President of the company through
Mr. Jack Ryan, company manag-
er here.
The Loan was ade on the con-
dition that the Government con-
tract directly with Frederick
Snare Corooration, the compa-
ny that ihas just completed the
$1.000.000 Reynfolds pier near
Miraoane. Haiti will repay the
advance from royalties which
will be due on bauxite exports.
His Excellency the President
of the Republic has already con-
sidered ani accepted the propo-
sition.
AND ABRICOTS
The gigantic Mining company
which hol-i. Bauxite exploita-
tion rights in this country pre-
viously amn ounced a donation for
the rebuilding of Abricots, a
small Southern town destroyed
by Hazel.
Sunday Januaryy 14, a corn-
(Continued on page 201


PLANE CRASH
NOT FAULT
OF AIRSTRIP
Investigation of the crack-up
at Bowen Field last Wednesday
revealed that'the fault in no way
lay with the condition of the
airstrip, Pan Amnerican world
Airways Station Mainager Mal-
co!m Heckathorne announced
this week.
The wrecked plane, a Mosqui-
to fighter-bomber made in Ca-
Snada- for War duty and convert-
ed for aerial photography, was
i-rought to this country by the
<,HyconAerial Survey Company)
of Pasadena California, which
is under contract to the Haitian
governmentt for a series of pho-
tngraphs of Haiti to be used in
map making. The aircraft was
chartered from the famed *Fly-
inE Tiger' line.
Mr. Heckathorne pointed out
ilhat the powerful two-engined
plane was being flown at the
time of lit? wreck by Franqk
Dearborn, thle cameraman in
ch-irge of making the aerial pho-
tngraphis ttr the company. His
sole pazss-nger was mechanic
P.u' Entz who v.was in the rear
(Continui on page 20)


Minister, Charles
Reports On'
Visit To Liberia
Special honours were bestow-
ed on the Haitian delegation to
the investiture of President Wil-
liamr Tubmsn as head of the Li-
Sherian State, Foreign Minister
Joseph D. Charles reported in a
Press Contersnce at the Ch'an-
celry Wednesday morning.
a During our entire stay in Li-
beria we were showered with
particular attention -',- said the
president of Haiti's delegation
to the investiture.
He reported that during the
presentation of credentials which
opened the investiture ceremo-
nies January 2, the only decora-
tions worn by the President
were the National Order of Li-
beria and the Haitian Order of
Honour an]j Merit presented to
him on his historic visit here
last Winter (1954 -55).
Also, the Foreign Minister
continued, at a grand dinner of-
fered to the Chiefs of visiting
delegations. President Tubmnan
invited him to sit in the place
of honour at his right while he
received thi emissaries of other
countries.
At a reception December 31
given bv ih. Haitian Ambassadl
or t: Liberia -in honour of Presi-
dent Titubmian. the Liberian
Chief of State stressed the for-
re of the bonds bin-ling Ins coun
. ,to th t ol th. nld?-t n-i 'I
(Continued on Page 171


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Its skcdtt ishlheany gifardeci.bread aft by ,3 type of.stageb certa4D
and is hisechaisjisSartfu.lly cob'taled.'?,*nti44 nn to th
ambulatdry" attactiony ty ithe..sonrittesk.,rk.iny liiis; ch herald
its presence ia the neighbbobd.A hooded mons stands guard
over the.'device4, psishingtjt through 'tie streets by the tyo' handlebars,
while children crow, about nm.,glee. '% .
-.' ". ".' .. : '.-LaMaytte* always has stur-'
......]:':.'pri, ses hidden itA-its depths, and
F'"1 T"u &ay have''-peep for a,.few -
.. -centiies through:' e window
holes in4o.tis .i.k. box.
S 'The is .ti feature whichb."e
operator xp iiis-'is. La Fern-
mne Sejite,u and after payidg
cinquante centimes (10 c),'in ad-
vance, .-of course; you may take-
a peep. Or 'for., tbday there -
may be ( hommeme Bamboeheur.
or -Le Li vre et La Tortue.a
But,no matter what the subject
Vor the feature being offered, it
never fails to bring squeals-of
surprise and pleasure from the
customers.


UNSOLVED CRIMES

,L'Independant, a Capois
newspaper, reported last week
that at Ba.s Canal, on the shores
of Limonade, three murderss
have been co-mmitted in the last
eight months ...
The late-t, victim said the
journal, was a man of about fif-
ty, whose body was -found
I thanks to the barking of dogs
fighting over the remains of
i2 unfortunate man ;. I
(Continu'd on page 20)


The operators of c La Mayot-
te; are usually a small partner-
ship, with a yen for moderate
investment. Putting their active
minds together, their first atten-
tion is given to creating mate-
-rial to .baffle the curious. For
the Serpent Woman, they inge-
niously procure a large snake
(which in Haiti is never veno-
mous) and placing the dum-
my over its head, they secure
it using a magnifying glass ),
in a manner that gives the cus-
tomner peeping down through the
window a realistic impression
that the pretty woman they see
for an instant actually posses-
ses the weaving body of A snake.

Continued'on page '161


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Return match March 12.
Panama-Venezuela: 'March 8
Return Match: March 14.
VenezuelaHaiti: March 10
Return Match: March 16.
The result will be based on a
point system with the numberI
of goals counted if the tourna-
ment is a tie
Twenty Panamanian players
and four team officials will ar-
rive by Haitian.Army plane to-
wards the end of the month.
The Venezuelans are expected

COL. ED. ROY
ON TOUR OF
U.S. AIR BASES
On the invitation of the Chief
of Staff of the United States
Air Force, General Nathan F.
STwining, Lieutenant Colonel
Edouard Roy, head of the Hai-
tian Air Force will visit the
headquarters of the USAF in.
Washington tomorrow.
Colonel Roy is currently on a
tour of American air defense
installations at Maxwell, Mont-
gomery, (Alabama); Randolphb.
and Lackland, San Antonio (Te-
xas); Chanute. Rantoul (Illinois)
Nblling, Washington; D.C.
Four star generals of Chiefs
of Staff of six Latin American
nations are guests of the U.S.
Government on a 12-day ins-
pection visit. The Colonel is ac-
companied by Colonel S.S.
Riddle, chief of the U.S. Air Mis
sion to Hatti.
He is expected back in Port
au Prince Wednesday.

Brothers' School
In Anse A Veau
Being Rebuilt
Thb .e-h-Veau, completely destroyed
bv an earthquake which wreck-
ed the tiny Southern town three
years ago, is nearing comple-
tion, and the inauguration date
set for March 19.
Nine class rooms and private
studies for the priests have been
cenotructed by DEROT engine-
ers. using plans submitted by
Engineer fIaoul Mallebranche.
WVorkshops for technical train-
; Ig cabinet making mniechani-
-l1 engineering are to be ad-
ded. Total cost of the rebuilding
operation is estimated at $35-
000.
Y
E The Army barracks, and a
1n new wharf are also slated for
building in the new urbanism
project of Anse A Veau.


Sunday, January 29th 19 5.(


February 29. A liaison officer The matches will be directed
will precede / them here on the by an international referee, and
25 th. a maximum of three substitu-
tions will be permitted.

ASTA Chapter A final match is expected to
Plan To Convene place the winning team against
Haitia combined team of members of
in Haiti the other two teams.


PEN,\ ,,", T. ax s. r1Hard on the heels of the Hai-
S ti-Argentina encounter schedUl-
ed for Stade MagloLre Monday
RFebruary 6, a big triangular
a S A D tournament is to be held in
Port au Prince along Panama,
SVenezuela and Haiti.
,Lieutenant Franek Bayard,
president of the Federation Hai-
tenne de. Football, recently re-
turned from Panama City with
PENSiVE TUTOR Max Wilson sternly regards the bottle of mellow the report of a three-cornered
GRANTS Scotch Whisky he won in the Haiti TradOng Co. Haiti Sun football contest planned here
birthday competition last week. Last Sunday was the lucky day for from March 6 to 17.
Maax. The delegates of Haitian foot
ball clubs met at Stade Magloi-
ROArNIA WATCHES eo last week Thursday to hear
tN.C report.
p STYLE AND QUALITY Lieutenant B~yard s.tid that
OR S Y Eithe competition will be played
each year, for a cup donated by
RODANIA W.ATCHES ARE WELL the Presiden't of the host coun-
try. The trophy offered this
KNOWN FOR THEIR UNFAILING year will be the General Ma-
gloire Cup. In 1957, the matches
will take place in Venezuela and
ACCURACY. SEE OUR NEW in 1958 in Panama.
The schedule of matches will
SEILE CTIONl TINOlW -be: Panama-Haiti: March 6


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IN 3-CORNERED TOURNEY IN PORT AU PRINCE


REMEMBER!


'Now You Can Have Your Colour Prints Developed Here!
SEE GELO LABS NOW, 8 Rue Magny, or telephone: 7494,
5163 or Don N. Mohr, Tel. 2375, Rue Roux Port au Prince.
Gelo Color, newly founded laboratories at 8 Rue Magny, will process
lilms in only FIVE days... Prices of films, processing, mounting; over-
all $3:75 for Kodak Ektachrome 120, 620, $5 for 35mm. (20 ex-l, and
S5:75 for 35mm. stereoviews (15 pairs) this includes the, price of
he film!


THE FORD 1956 IS FIRST AGAIN


PENSIVE TUTOR Max Wilson sternly regards the :bottle of mellow
it Luciani & Behrman The Ford combines de luxe streamlining
with maximum. safety and unrivalled engineering excellence.
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The HOCARTiI TRAVEL SERVICE is operating
week-end. Toms &o .iudad Trupflo, including round trip
'ransportation by plane, hotel accomodations at the Ja-
-agna or Lapoz, visit ol the Fair, City sightseeing tad a
"our of Bocachica Beach.

The Schedule is particularl-' convenientt to business people
n-"i n rip Pr,')1vteS. 'There is' a departure on Febrbtary 3rd
with return February 6th in (he morning.
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,,AU BOEIUF COURONNE,


The South east chapter oft he
Lmerican Society of Travel
gents (ASTA) will hold it an-
iual spring convention in Port
iu Prince Haiti, iL.was reported
..is week.
The tenlauve date set for the
jiganLc meeting is May 3 -
/ when the members of the
chapter will be guests of Pre-
,denm Paul Magloire, the Tou-
ist Office and the Hotel Asso-
ation.




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HAITI SUN


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LONG, ADVENTUROUS LIFE ENDS

FOR 108-YR-()IOLD KALIL SAOUD

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the Flag was -Born', and return-
ed to Lebanon there to,marry
a second wife, Bolonda. Two
years later ne 4et out again for
Haiti leaving hi.; wife, 'and the
two children they had had in
the meantime, in Lebanon.
Later joined by his faithful
second wife, the' merchant,lived
and prospered in Port au Prin-
bce until 1912 when, due to the
burning of the Palace and des-
truction of the Archives which
was blamed on the Easterners
resident in Haiti, all Syrians,
Jews, Arabs and Lebanese were
deported. Kalil lost his property
and was forced to flee to Leba-
non.
He returned to the Republic
in 1915, only to leave again
shortly afterwards for Jackson-
ville Florida where his four
children by his first wife now
live.
Finally .n 1924, ,he struck
root in Haiti for good, though
he still rnvelled frequently vi-
,siting friends and relatives
abroad. His last trip was ended
four years ago after a 2-year
visit- in Jacksonville.
. Until a month'.ago, the stoc-
ky Lebanere merchant enjoyed
good health, and till the time
of his death, his eyes were near
perfect. An eritiusiast for the
Eastern pastime of metal puzz-
les, he spent much of his time
figuring them out, often leav-
ing his home in Tete de 'eau to
visit the store on Grand'Rue op-
posite the Iron 'Market which is
operated by his.wife who at 75 is
still amazingly active.
A staunch Baptist, the oid


man always insisted that his
children be wed in his religion,
and though many of his daught-
ers married Catholics they al-
ways followed the Roman cere-
'mony with another in the Bap-
tist chapel.
His children in Haiti are: Na-
dimie, the eldest, who is now
Madame Marc Saoud, Quergie,
the second, now Madame (Vve)
Antoine Jean, Adidi (Madame
Simon Bicharal, Adid, Odette
(Aladaine Jimy Saoud), Saoud
(Madame Nicolas Laham), Kern-
lie (Madan-me Jacques Malval ),
Cami.lle and Amaline.
Kalil Saoud, who died at an
estimated (conservatively) age
of 108, had hiis last child at the
age of 80.
A total of 158 descendants
mourn his passing.

DELEGATION MISSING
The forty-member goodwill
Delegation expected to arrive
here from New Orleans' Inter-
national house apparently has
postponed the projected visit.
The group, led by Mr. Charles
Nutter, was to have arrived in
Port au Prince last Sunday for a
two-day stay.

FOIRE AUX ETOILES
(Continued fromr Page 1)

be a must on everybody's itine-
rary Not only is it organized
for the benefit of thousands of
homeless and .-hungry through-
out the Republic, 'but also it of-
fers an evening of unsurpassa-
ble. gaiety and entertainment.


PORFIRIO AND HIS SHENANIGANS
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POUCH:, -P~i-fluip tzfo
doesn't kpo* this, but"General-
issimo Rafae .-Trujillo, his for-
mer fatlenrin.la.w, is mad aL a
hornet Ltthim and when the
generalisg!imo is .apgry it. .is
good to be 4-scarce.as pokt*bI
- around the Doinifatn Itlptib-
Fe. The reasonn of crse, '3is
Rc'bi's 'bftaxior.'Triauillo4o~nkg1
Rubi has done'a remarkable
reverse job of public re4ati$s
(as it were) for the Dominican
Republic w.;ith his marriages,
divorces and. intra-marital escap-


ades.
'The generalissimo always
had be6n unusually fond of his
former son-in-law' 'Ne"- treated
himlike a son even after he had
divorced his much-wed daught-
er, Flor de Ora. But twice be-
fore Rubi. had ruffled the gene-
ralissimo's' feathers -, owye
when he discovered his roman-
ce with hIsl daughter. an:! Ruab
had to take to thre hills until pa-
pa's blood pressure returned to
normal. And again when Rubi
earned himself the reputation
as the world's most famous fo-
reign co-respondent after being
named in the divorce actions of
tobacco king Richard -Reynolds"
and golfer Robert Sweeny. Tru-
jillo retaliated by stripping Ru-
bi of his striped pants, that is
to say, nii diplomatic duties.
But he couldn't ;tay permanent-
ly angry wlri him, and when he
became Mr Five and Ten, he
was'hiinfediately given the rank
of minister to Paris.

Now thi Dominican strong
man would like to get Rubi back
to Ciudod Tru.iillo where he can
keep a 'atherly eye on him.
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OrTIer. hive be-n issued that,
itf the ventures back for the in-
f'ern fiton.f vwnotl majtchOeC s n


The Woolf family at Bourdon Park their home for two'years."
Sp.


Donald Hoolf Leaves Embassy Here

For Newr appointment In Japan
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Mr. Donald Woolf, for the past Alice Woolf, left her native throughout the world, even 0o-
two years Economic Attache of Canada to do a spell in Africa ing a stint in New Zealand
the U. S. Embassy here, leaves as an 'Army Nurse and'thus met where they admit leayi.ng a bit
Haiti by the Panama tomorrow her husband who was. in the di- of theftr 'eart. ,
for the States before reassign- plomatic corps thete. Their sec-jnd daughter Susan-
ment to Tokio, Japan.' The couple have represented ne was horn in" Wellington, New
Accom p a n i e d by his wife the U.S.' in many countries Zealand..
Alice, their) two daughters,.Don-
n.a and Siuzanne, and their pood- '
le Coquine, Mr. Woolf. will
spend 5 days in Washington
then go to his home town of
.San Francisco for a three week
furlough before boarding the .-' .
S.S. President Wilson for the vo- EMILE- ROUMER (JEREMIE)
yage to Japan... .
A freakish coincidence will .
place Donna on her birthday D.epi Cyclone H-azel, ville Zabrico rete croupie comme'oun
at approximately the same Ion- vie gran'n qu'ap chatif&6 difed.: Toute moune youne contre 1'au-
gitude.and latitude that .she tre Ian oun higne hangne qui pa cab finik
was born ten years ago aboard Docte Roy, president. Croix Rouge, mande yo ga yap fait
the S.S; Lurline bound for New ac oun ville en brisure, oun BIelle plage'qui malgr6 famine-la, "
'Zealand. bardee ac excrements.
Incidentally, Donna is entitled Ce oun chance Madan Ryan pa t6 descende, Madan Ryan, .
to a free ride anytithe on the oun femnime up to date, ca pal6 pangnol cou jico lan SOeis coi-'
shi of her birth, in, accordance go. M'sieu Ryan, ce' representant La Reynold, qui baffle cii- -
with an old sea custom, quante mille gourdes pou Zabrico cab souqu6' qu6-li, cab fait-
-'Donald Woolf, in' the Foreign oun ti effort; suspeilde t-ainnin lan tracas ac mise.
Service for over a quarter of a Berthony Vieux prend la parole. Li expose yo ga oun ac-
eentury and his Saskatchewan tion communautaire cab fait pou Ville-la, oun paradise indien
born wife, will be greatly missed qui tounin T'enfer pou Haitien. L i made pou foule-la nom-
in Haiti. The French -and Creo- min oun bureau: '
le speaking family made many -Qui mound nou vie pou president?
friends during their term here. Gros cou pitits, maigres cou moins maigres cried: -Estarac '
ICalas!... M'croue, ce pi belle recompense oun itoyen cab.
Venezuelan Dancers joinde lor'tnanimemeh' oun foule crime rion'l. Min 'ga yo r616e
Win Bi H n 1plehbiscite. .. "
Wi DBig Handil -Qui moune nou v16 pou tresorier? La masse rele:--Vol-,'
In Shows Here ney Baptiste!... Enfin Bureau Communautaire Zabrico elit
par acclamation publique, oun vrai referendum.
The famed Venezuelan dance Madan Cave ac Madan Roy, lan m&-a, ou lan m6 mal lev "
troupe, %Retablo .de Maravillasi, te batt yp un .eu'. Captain Flambert toujours diougan tounipt
flew to Miami yesterday by par t ac prefet Boncy. Yo mount choualjpou yal joinde
Pan American to continue a auto 'Anse do Clerc cote route voiturable ]a rive.
tour which will take in most M'tU content renctntrb Lauture Obu'rnm mniand'l cbpm'ent
Caribbean and Central Ameri- toutem oune gain droit paraite ac 'cooperatives cou vers lan
can cities. viande pour'ie.
Anxious Port au Princiens, AprA revdrenrd pe Duibois, ce premier fois m'tend6 oun
disappointed when the tjroupe n'homme parle langue creole ac maitrise dr. Roy: C6 t6 oun
failed "to arrive on schedule last plezi pou weO gen' te en communion ac foule-la.
Wednesday. were rewarded by Enfin, moU esper6 que union Bureau Comimnunautaire cre"
a week-long series of excellent Zabrico-a va durA pou yo rUountrA la Reynolds coument oun
performances wh.?n the dane- ville capable ressuscitd.
ers finally touched down here
Sunday morning.
Highlight of the series,- was
the Casernes Dessalines perffr-
mance Tuesday'evening which
attracted so large an attendan-
ce, there was hardly enough
standing room. Guests even.
slipped into the seats vacated by
the Palace-'Band after the An-
thems of both countries.
The dances were introduced
bi- Dr. Manuel Rodriguez Carde-
nas, director of Culture qnd So- -


t.......'.... Ko .. ...,W cial Welfare of the Venezuelan
cancel his passporte and hold Labour "Ministry which sponsors
hi there. the school where the folklore
Dictator Trujillo Alid the same performers and other artistipal-
thing wiih his daughter, Flor, ly inclined Venezuelan workers
who at pre-ent is on her ninth are trained
divorce. Flor's passport is con- Haitian Director of Labour
fi.scated and she lives in the Do- Mr. Dantes Colimon welcomed
rninican capital, exiled from the the troupe.
palace. :Both speakers underlined the
Perhaps Rzbi, fiinding him- traditional *cordiality existing
self tn he same fix, may re- between Hniti and Venezuela,
d;-uover Flor, and become her dating as far back as Petion and
10ti. Or perhaps he'll charm Balivar.
his e,:-papa-in-law and continue The Venezrelan folklore dan-
hik lh;c of holoing. playboying ces were specially interesting
and d,-puotm ling in the worlds' tn Hnitint spectators because of
m'Jsi! h, u'eiful women. Or per- ihe meeting of cultures simil-
ha13n if : knows what's good inr to that. w'ideint in our own


fi," .' '. ,- 1 Itccr a wide' coUrse
: ounL-i !'- Fatherland.


(Con tuer!d on Pairt 18i


MORE FUN THAN A PYJANIA GAME for pretty ('irol Heney vwas
ihe: two-day stay in H:iti last week. The dancimi star of the -Pyjama
Gmn,.n Broadway lut and lhr actor husband I--r vBlyden. sent
;.'1,:.31 .j1 Sa.Tlayi nZ guests 01 the Hotel Alarabou arnd Ibo Lele.


-Jan,;"s.




)P: G ..
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JPAGE 4 _____ __________


-NOT SOIBEAUTIFUL NOW is lovely Aline Sarrazin who formerly
*worked with the'Canadian Embassy here .. Now in Montevideo, she
drove her car into a truck,and is laid up in a South American hospital
with" a broken nose...


'"X XX
AL NOUSTAS, Haiti's Godfather of Tourism, made another step
forward last week with the improvement of his.cloud-capping restau-
rant, -Le Perchoir.... Taking the rtmosphere-packed dine-and-dance
spot even nearer to Heaven, he has bought ih a musical combination
from the Conservatoire, ,featuring a vocalist, Mrs. Christian Doue,
Violoncelle. Mr. Jacques Douie, Piano, Mr. Karel Trow, and Violin Mr.
Georges Arellano...
xx1
150, CCI (MOSQUITO FIGHTERS) have been X-rayed by the Red
Cross amn-.ilatory Tibercolosis unit. Schoolteachers arc next... Want
to go to 62e races? The St. Croix, V. I., Donkey Races start Feb-
ruary 22 2:00 p.m. at Christiansted Ball Park, admission free. Under
the'auspices bf the St. Croix,Jonkey Club...
i. X X X
CAPT. MICHAUD, medico at.the Police Depaftment, is -back on his
feet but taking 'the slow roAd back to recovery. He had a stroke last
summer.... .
x x .
CASINO'S FOLKLORE dancing group have won a lot of well-earned
praise for. natural good -dancing and youthful smiles, but Tuesday
quailed in the smoky atroosphere of the -silver-coconuted, Ti-Night-
Clur. They should take advantage of the moon and stars, dance only
on the out-door episte.... As one tourist remarked 'I could be a
neighbourhood b:- back home -' if they had an 'exhaust system to
get rid of the smoke screen-....
xxx
CUBAN DANCER Kary Russi Way look better on teevee in the
Arctic Circle but she didn' score any sex calls.with her song-and-dance
Stressed in tights and ribbons when she shook at the miniature Casino
nightclub... -Totve de meme she was a neighborly sort and invited
journalist for a cup of cheer at the Beau Rivage Wednesday after-
noon ... ... ... ...... .. .... .............
xxx
X XXX
BI-HEBDOLMADAIRE Independance appeared clean and clear this
week Better printing...
XXX
DIRECTOR MC GUFFIE quelled mutiny in the P.O. Box section
4Wednesday afternoon when pigeon holer Roy disagreed over the
.-shutting of a window. Roytsaid it acted as a vent'and old cronies liked
-.to See their mail shuffled into pigeon holes..:. It was climaxed by angry
,w ords...- .. '..... ... .........
.xxx
x x x
KAISE6. ALUMINUM men are prospecting for Bauxite in the Jerd-
.mie area. ..... ................ ...........

PANAIA LINE'S Capt. Eriksen lost a $100 Omega watch among
Articles burgled from his home a couple weeks back. He checked
with *La Belle rolel, for serial number which he gave to police...
Several days later an observant Belle Creole exec noted that the
number of a watch turned in to have the band changed matched that
of the missing Omega It turned but to be the Skipper's, had chan-
ged bands a number of times since the theft...
x' xx
PHILIPPE THOBY MARCELIN, famed folklore writer, who for sev-
eral years has been, employed with the Pan American Union, arrived
in Port au Prince last Sunday. The still-literarily-active author of
C:-nape Vert is accompanied by his wife. .
XXX .
THE CHOEUR SIMIDOR which made its debut Christmas night at
- I the ViUa Creole is featured every Thursday night at the Hotel, with
a $1.00 cover- charge -for visitors.. -.


HOTEL IBO, LELE

The Management of. the Hotel Ibo Lele takes pleasure in
presenting to you the program of its Social Activities
for this WINTEPr

The Shango Night Club


'.. .
James H. King, 21, son of
Mr. and Mrs. G..R. Kfng, Es-
so Standard Oil Co.. Port au
Prince, Haiti is completing his
Air Force basic military trafrn-
ing at Lackland Air Force
Base, the *Gateway to the Air
'Force. *
His Lackland training is pre-,
, paring him for entrance into
Air Force technical training
or for an Air Force duty as-
signment. The course includes
a Scientific evaluation .of his
aptitude and inclination for
.following a particular career
field.
Lackland. situated near Sara
Antonio, Texas is the site of
Air Force basic military trainer
ing for men and women and
home oft be USAF Officer Mi-
litary School, of which the
USAF Officer C a n d i date
School, the USAF Pre-'Flight
Group are operating-units-
This is "Mr. Gordon King's
Second contribution to the Ar-
med Forces His eldest son
Robert is now an Air Force
corporal.


Sunday, January 29th 19 5 6


\ HAITI SUN

PANAMA LINE
PASSENGERS
MONDAY

Panama Line passengers disem
barking in Port au Prince were:
Mrs. Nellie Boulos, Mrs. Bella
Bouzi, Mr. and Mrs. John C.
Bouzi, Mis Daniella Celcis, Mr.
Gerard (Human Flute) Chamier.
Rev. Father Lucien Comeau,
Mr. and' Mrs. Jules Farmner, Mr.
and Mrs. Franklin H. Fox, Mrs
Marguerite Gaetjens, Mr. Max
Gertz, Mr. and Mrs. L. Boyd
Hatch, Mri- and Mrs. Lawrence
Hochheimer, Mr and Mrs. Ho-
ward Horwood, Mrs. Victoria
Martino -and Miss Gladys Mar-
tino, Mi'. iRaimon Succar Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Waync, Mr.
and Mrs Donald Wysong and
two children.


Jimmy King
Making Prokress
In U.S.A.F.


AL. TRIBIE ENDS

VACATION

Alphonse Tribie, Junior re-
turned to New York, and his
job, Friday after a hectic month
of getting acquainted with the
',patriet of his dad. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse
Tribie (former Attache to the
Haitian Embassy in Washing-
ton). His mother, an American,
is the former Ermina Powell,
well-known society matron of
Philadelphia and New York. The
handsome young visitor whose
arrival a few days before the
New Year caused more than
one extra flutter of the hearts
of our debutantes,, is on his
first trip to Haiti. Born and edu
cated in tne U.S., -Al occupies
Lhe post of Executive Secretary
of a leading New York firm spe-
cializing in the production of
electric rousseries.
Piroted by his cousins of the
Tribi6 clan, young Alphonse has
seen all the principal attractions
of the country, managing a four-


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day trek to Cap-Haitieri and the
Citadel. He expressed his de-
light and satisfaction with the
,wonders* te be discovered in
Haiti and has set the date of his
next visit for early in "57 at
which time he will travel with
his mother to introduce her to
the homeland.

NEW AIRLINE
TO CALL HERE
A new airline, <,Guest Airways
Mexico* is currently engaged
i n. n eg.o t i a t i o n s to in
elude Haiti in its itinerary, ac-
cording to Y La Phalanges, Ja-
nuary 21.
The journvul said that an of-
ficial of' the company was then
in Port an Prince to confer with
local officials.
Comrimen'ing on the rapid
growth of Haiti-Mexico traffic,
t La Phal-inge said that' the
intensive transportation bet-
ween the U.S., Mexico, and Pa-
nama as well las other Souith
American countries.





Sunday, January 29th 19 5 6


HAITI SUN


PAGE 5 -,
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I HAITI SUN
THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
I Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
EDITOR-PUBLISHER BEPINARD DIEDERICH
GERANT-RESPONSABLE PAUL E. NAJAC


A LA YOUN BEL CARNAVAL!

Elaborate organization is the keynote of Carnival 1956, which opens
Saturday night (February 11) with gayer-than-ever revelry and lasts
through, three days of parades, dancing and general hilarity climaxed
by the Queens' Ball at the National Palace Tuesday night (Feb. 14).
The parade, which is expected to include a record number of floats,
will get underway 4:00 p.m. Sunday February 12 for the "Jout des
Fleurs' when all floats decorated with floral patterns will lead the
procession.

The usual masked bands on horse or foot will make merry through
Sthe streets of the capital, meringuing to the theme tune of C6 Peu-
ple La Qui VI1 Magloire", played by Ti-Ta-To and chosen by thed
Commune as the prize winning song of this year's Mardi Gras.
Second and third prizes went to -Tout Voum C6 Do, by the -Chou-
coune orchestra' and Pas Touch&'M. by the -Citadelle Group-.
Monday will be the hey-day of the masked bands, on loot, on horse-
back or in motor vehicles which will be given first place in the pro-
cession, while Tuesday will be the Day of the Queens.
This year, the Carnival will be centered around the Exposition
area, which will be appropriately illuminated, and the procession will
START at the Place des Hdros de l'IndLpend;j1ce ending at the Cit6
de l'Exposition a complete reversal of the procedure in previous
years.
Stands will be erected at the Rond Point and other -trategic points
on the Exposition boulevard, and concessions for dance halls and
snack counters will be sold to interested. merchants.
Floats will be numbered to ensure order in the procession.
A queqn will be elected for each zone of the city and one for the
Cites Magloire. Three queens have been invited from neighboring
Caribbean countries.
So far, only the queen of Petionville has been announced. She is
Miss Mireille Iemoine, who was selected last Sunday morning by the
Commune. Miss Monique Laudun was chosen for second place, and
Miss Marie-Denise Beauvoir for third.

((Don't Play With Fire)) Warns Mangones
i ;
Albert Man'gones, brilliant architect and controversialist,
pointed out in station is ridiculously inadequate for a town the size of Port
au Prince, especially one composed of the types of buildings
to be found in many of the' city's older quarters.

Mangones quoted -Captain Georges Elie as saying, the aver-
age number of fires in the capital was about 200 per year.
He suggested a system of sub-stations' strategically placed
about the city so as to cutdown on wasted time in getting
to fires which break out at'a, point distant from the main fire
station, and thus cutting' down the tremendous property da-
mage by fire every year.

The grave danger in the event of coincidental fires in dif-
ferent quarters of the city was also brought in as support for
his article.
It is also necessary that our pompiers, should be so or-
ganited as, to make possible the suppression of the cause of
fires as well as the fires themselves.

An inspection service should be organized to prevent the
construction of buildings which constitute a fire hazard. In
other cities, not only is building of a fire-susceptible home
forbidden, but old houses which could cause a conflageration
are torn down- by the City authorities.
Beside gas-stations fast over reaching the automobile po-
pulation) are to be found ancient wood frame b u i 1 d i n g s,
thatch-roofed huts, which would blaze like tinder if the
pumps were to become ignited.
Mr. Mangones has indeed, launched a justifiable campaign,
and it is our hope that Officialdom will hasten to take the
necessary action.





ZEN ITH


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THE PRECISION RECORD

FOR WRIST WATCHES


IINCE 1950

A ND FOR )'O(C'KET WA TCHES

SINCE 1923

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Former Stddents Of

H-A. Universities

To Form. Club Here
The Haitian American ,Insti-
tute gave ia cocktail party ond its
premises at 5- p.n, on Wednes-
day, January 18. The party was
in honor of Haitians and Ame-
ricans resident in 'Port-au-Prin-
ce who have studied in colleges
and universities, int- he :tUnited


States. About 250 people attent-
ed, including many leaders, in
Port-au-Prince business and so-
cial life. Those present showed
a considerable interest in found
ing a Haitian-American Univer-
sity Club.
A serious effort was made to
gather names and addresses of
alumi, reports Charles St. John,
.director of the Institute. The
Institute wishes to express its
regrets to cny, former student
of an Americani university were


returned because of incorrect
or incomplete addresses. The
Insfltute- plans to give another
such party in a few weeks, and
hopes for a -larger attendance.
It will be 'greatly appreciated if
anyone who has studied in an.
American university, whether
he be Haitian, American of
another nationality, will send in
his name and complete address
to the Haitian American Insti-
tute, pros de l'Eglise du 'Sacr4-
C6eur. .


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The g e n i us of Strategy
in the University of Oklahoma's
Football supremacy last year
ended a gay four-day visit to Hai
ti Sunday flying to Kingston,
Jainaica by the 9:45 a.m. clipp-
er.
I -
He is Bud Wilkinson coach of
th6 Sooners. who is on a Carib-
been vacation to get last sea-
sons tensions' cleared out of
his system. -
Big, quiet Bud took in the ca-
pital's attractions with the me-
thodical calm of a great foot-
ball coach. -Accompanied by his
'ra-'cling companions Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Davis, who own oil
interests back in the U.S., and
Colonel and Mrs. S.S. Riddle,
he visited the nightclubs, tried
his luck at the Casino, and was
entertained by Admiral and Mrs
John Burton Saturday night.
Saturday, Coach Wilkinson
motored out to Croix des Boi1
quets, met Doc Reser (the white
Hoingan), whom he chad heard
so much about, and also visit-
ed Houngan Remus Balan, the
proprietor of the Republic's
most beautifully equipped houm
fort.

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Now, if the Sooners find them
selves in tight spot, they can
always call on Houngan Balan's
powers. He is making a e.ounga,,
for them.
Bud, wh;se team whipped Ma-
ryland 20-6 in the Orange Bowl
game at Miami January 2 before
76,300 spectators, confided that
lie will bring up his children to
be writers or professional men.
He said he would not try to
compell them to like football.
The University of Minnesota
graduate, a coach for many
years. confessed to a liking for
-,soccer* (our kind of football)
which he had seen on visits to
Europe. He broke the football
routine by a term on cUSS En-
,terprise, aircraft carrier in the
China Sea during World War
II scored a different kind of
touch down in those days. "
The team now under.his care
and protection got' its name
(Sooners) lhcause the territory
where the University of Oklaho-
ma is situated was one of the
last open to homesteading.
There was a frantic race for
land rights, and during the
night, a number of Oklahomans
sneaked over and occupied the
land.


HAITI SUN


U. S. Top C'oach Bud Wilkinson

,j*1 VSpends 4 Days Relaxing Here


A record-breaking evangelical
rally last Sunday climaxed the
Port-au-Prince revival campaign
conducted by Evangelist Louis
E. Latham. dynamic preacher
from Atlnilta, Georgia.
After the 'first night pf the
week's meeting thousands at-
tended eveiy night culminating
an estimated attendance of 5000
at the closing rally.
Hundreds responded to the
invitation given by the evange-
list ('to come to Christ.,
In a statement released to the
press, Mr. Lathamrn said he sin-
cerely hoped that the usual clau-
se insuring religious liberty in
treaties made by the United
States with other countries,
would be inserted in the propos-
ed American-Haitian treaty
which is now before the
American Congress.
He stated further that there
is a great up-surge of religious
faith now in Haiti which is bless
aing thousands of people both in
spiritual rnd material ways
and such a clause is vital to the
Continued freedom 9f missiona-
ries and evangelists working
Among the people. The omission
Sof the clause in the proposed
treaty signed in Haiti last March
-is not without significance.


Evangelist Latham and a section of the huge crowd at final 'meeting.


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* Sooner' Coach Bud, guide and Houngan Ressr.


Sunday, January 29th 1956

SLatham's Rallies

Draw Record Crowds


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Sd Jaa 9h 95HAITI SUN


VETERAN IN LATIN AVERICAN AFFAIRS


JOlHV P1. HOOVER ARRIVES IN H
TO TAKE OVER AS USOM DIRE(


Rollin S. Atno -'I ICA Regonal D.rector, 4r. Hoc.:;er (,ri
U.S. Ambassador to Haiti Roy Tasco Davis before Mr. Hoover's
Sdepaiture last week jor Haiti.


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AAITI
ACTOR
John P. Hoover, veteran fo-'
reign sezice officer in Latin
American affairs, arrived Mon-
day to take over as director of
the United States OperationsJ
Mission to Haiti. .
Hoover. American counsul ge-
neral at Havana, Cuba, since Au-
gust 1954, will occupy a dual ca-
pacity. serving also as chief ofe
the economic section, U.S. Em-
bassy, Haiti.
In the director's post he sue-
ceeds-Rayniond Smith. now with
thie ICA program in Costa Rica.a
For a year and a half during
1931 5%. Hoover served as De-
partmcpt 'of State liaison with
the Inglitute of Inter-American
Affairs, ICA's operating arm in
Latin America.
In August 1952 he was made
consul general at Salisbury, Te-
deration of Rhodesia and Nyasa-
land.
Since/1936. when he was ap-
pointed clerk to the U.S. com-
mercial attache in Guatemala,
Hoover has served in various ca-
pacitifs in other Latin American
posts, including Havana; Cara-
cas, Venezuela, and Montevideo,
Uruguay.
Hoover, a native of Bur-
lingame, C a Ii f ornia, until
recently listed San Ma-
teo, Calif., as his home. He
attended California public
schools-and was graduated from
Stan ro d L Wversity. He did gra-
duate worK dL Yale University,
studied law at Gtorgp Washing-
ton University Law School, Was-
hington, D.C.. aqd attended the
University of Havana for one
year.
Hoover, who is 45, has a wife
and three children, John -, Jr.,
11; James, 8: and Virginia Lynn,
His appointment here was an-
nounced December 20, by ICA
director John R.. Hollister.'
The U.S. Haiti technical coo-
peration program bern in 1942
with activities in health and sa-
nitation. TIls was' followed in
1948 by a cooperative program
in agriculture and more recent-
ly with ones in rural education
Sand public administration.
SChief objectives of this coo-



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U.S. contributions toward the
joint cooperative programs to- "'[_:'$"
aled $3.6 million for the ,period ,
tune 30, 1951, to June 30, 1955.
In fiscal year 1955, ended June
10, the U.S. aUloted $1.3 million '
o Haiti for technical coopera-
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ed the equivalent of $1 million.
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U________Sunday, Janbary 29th 19 56


WHO IS MOUCHE?

Mouche Ado About
Nouching
The identity of Mouche is the
subject oc the lowdest and long-
est discussion in vieux Port au
Prince. Is it Nemesis striking
back while pinch-hitting for a
certain elderly lady who has
Snot washed her hair for the last
century arid a half, or is it simp-
ly that the original Nouche is
suffering from a Split persona-
lity?
It could be 'one or the other
but if I was in Nouche's shoes I
.would certainly sue a lively
ouing thing with the initials
TR. POUCHES
POUCHE


HOW FAR CAN STARS FALL?

We are ;afraid and Sad that As far as we see, we w
'this time our vehement cano- to knit a few adorable ra
Snymous reader : has fallen a together for his or her t
i bit Oh but so far, we wond- play with, hoping that it
er if we can follow...and ao we? playful moods, and rath
(want to t: Too bad After vclvcd thoughts, they w
that brilliai:t account of the their especially graceful
cute eveni;'g in darling 'Saltrou! omit a word,: slime wh
But of courier it is most difficult never thought was ever
in the ewcetest way to imitate but probably thrown aw
something cozy that has not We are rather finicky
been writ.e'i since oh! the Pa- that kind of word !-
nama hat. If the writer or writers
%avaant-garde'- bijou need
more names of out of th
Haitian Queen nooks, we will be glad tc
Invte T as we know quite a few
Invited To ones intellectual or
Colombian Carnival couie !
I We vwrn r, in" tn fini


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rainbows
teeth to
n these
er in-
ill, in
i way
which we
printed
ray.
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of this
a few
e way
o oblige
better
ies of
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Haiti has been invited to send Cc."nuts tc you but we chian-
a young Carnival Queen to re- ge it to:
present the Republic at the Ba- e Bonsoir Tristesse
ranquila (Colombia) Carnival (Signed)' Nouche Degener
next month.
The invitation was sent to the PRAD C'TT
Mayor of Port au Prince, DrNl P A EL CU
Nelaton Camille, by the Mayor FOOTBALL UNTIL
of the Colombian city. AFTER CARNIVAL


Co-incidentally, the Port au
?rince Communal Council this
'ear for ithe first time decided'
:o invite foreign queens to at-
.end the, Haitian Mardi Gras.
rhree Caribbean countries al-
ready have received invitations.
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Football matches to decide the VILLA CREOLE... ..
1956 holder of the ,Pradel Cup ILon youA Eitin ry .
have been suspended until aft- o y r ar
er the Carnival, it was anntoune-
ed this week. W q.
The match between Aigle
Noir and ill-fated Etoile Haitien *
ne last weoek was the last uhtil
after February 15. when
the Carn'va] floats will have,
disappeared from the streets. ..:.
The matches were originally. .'"" .."t.>.*.
suspended'to leave the Stadium -
Maglotre free for presentations Monday Night Is
by the Venezuelan folklore dan- IFODEL-NITE:
:ers ? Retablo de Maravillas.. ,Fashion Sbow Duriny Dinner
but with Lhe postponement of F So Duin Din n r
the dance troupe's visit to
last Stnday, the date of resmnp-
tion was pushed so close to the1
Haiti-Argentlina tournament Fe- '
bruary 6, that tt was decided to I
call off the competition until THURSDAY ___
after Mardi Gras the news-
paper explained., .... rA U'S CREOLE-
AUX COSAQUES S:r

Haiti's famous ahomard flamn- ,
me* has been enthusaistically ac-" U
c!vimed by visiting epicures, and
featured by ulinperial Linen.)) TEAR TI-F- FIVE PIECE
But foreigners aren't the only VILL- CREOLE Tuesday Night
connoisseurs of food. Haitians BARBECUE
know where the meat is done ORCHESTRA' HAITIAN STYLE
just right, where wines are of a andhear Haitian mic at its.bestS!
Perfect vintage and Savour toIn
mellow their mood and form the
perfect foil for each delightful -

That's why special occasibus
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INDUSTRY! EPARTMENT!.T


WHY, STEVIE CANYON, IT AIN'T
LIKE YOU T" SHIRK YORE DUTY!
YOU WUZ TOLD OFF T' LOK. AFT E
SME AN'MY HOOLIG'ANS..


EEFOIZE SHE DROPM CANYON, I HOPC- M STEVIE, P'YE WHAT DO.
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Phone: 2061
P.O. Box: 433


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Bureau: Stand 29
Ave. Marie-Jeanne
CitL6 de l'Exposition


SUGGESTIONS FOR THIS WEEK IN PORT-AU-PRINCE


NATIONAL PALACE






Champ de Mars
Open daily excepi Sunday from 9-2
raising Lowering of Flag, 8 a. mn.-5 p. m.

NATIONAL MUSEUM


___--_- )-- -- -- --- --- B _^_^ ^ ----




Champ-doe ManS
Open daily except Sundays

PALAIS DES BEAUX ARTS


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Anx PalmlJrtes. Bxp[daon Granmm
Open dally from S
Art Exfhibitions

MUSEE DU PEOPLE HAITIEN






Anx Palmlstes, Exposition Grounds
Open daily flom 5.
For further Information
see your Travel Agent

FOYER DES ARTS PLASTIQUES







Anz Palmlstes, Exposition Grounds
Open dally from 9 5.
Permanent Art Exhbtioni


ART CENTER

Rue de la
-A iBvolution


U Phone: 2055


Open dally except Sluiday from I
Current Art Shows


IRON MARKET








GrndJ'Rue
dOpen dally from I 4
Special Market days on Saturdays


METROPOLITAN


CATHEDRAL


ABASILIQUE
do Notre-Dame
(Catholic)




Petion Plaza
Open dally from 4 6

COLONIAL CATHEDRAL


SOldest Church
I n Port au Prince
For visit hours see
Your Travel Agent


Petlon Plaza
Open daly

EPISCOPAL CATHEDRAL







rue Pavie (Near PAA Oeces)
Open daly
Famous for Its beautiful Hadtiau Mml


THEATRE DE VERDURE


Anx Palmlstes. Exposition Grounds.
Open Tuesdays and Thursdays
Evening for folklore shows

STADIUM PAUL E. MAGLOIRE


Rue Durand
Boxing and Track Field events.
Football (Soccer) Matchee
rhrice a week at night
For further Information Phone: 3015

COCK-FIGHT ARENA







,lux Palmistes, Exposition Grounds
Light Saturdays afternoonsu
and Sundays morning


UNDERSEA GARDENS


9*..


Port-au-Prince Bay
Glass bottom boat leaves
Dally Casino Pler 9:30 a.m.


La Belle Cr6ole




jig Rue Roux

The Caribbean's Most I
Unique Shopping Coler
Open dally from 8 5 Phone: 3171

MUSICAL FOUNTAIN






CIt de l'Exposition, Exposition GroGnds
Classical Concerts
a'l Wednesday and Sunday nights
from 7 10 p. m.

PLACE DES HEROS


do Ma
Open Audltoelum
Sunday Concerts bsm 1-9 Pa.
For further Information
see your Travel Agent

PETION DESSALINES


Rue / .
Mr. Gunlo.ux


Open daly except sundy


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Cit de 'ITzpoadlton
Air-conditioned Bar-dancng
Open from sunset to aunrlsng


Le Perchoir




RH HoutUllers
World-renowned
Mountain-top Rsataurant, I
Dancig and GUI Shop
Phone: 2105

CASINO INTERNATIONAL






Clit de l'Exposideon
Gambling and Dancing
Open every night
Floarshow on Wednesdays Phone: 3076


OABANE CHOUCOUNE


uCA houououne




PatioaUvma
Famous Nightclub'
Open on Saturday Nights Phone: TB9I

.HOTEL RIVIERA



NOT.E. L
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Phone: 3151
Mbartisant
Air-conditioned Bar Dancing
Excellent orchestra, folklore floorsbows

EL RANCHO HOTEL



Nj


Pitionville
Dinner dances on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays
Phone: 7888

HOTEL IRO LELE

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Pitionvilie
IMnner dances on
ruesdays and Fridays Phone: T886

THORLAND CLUB


Carrefour Road
Swim cocktails
Tennis


Phone: l


:; 6.& PRTSYOPS
4ez-.rFREEPO .


NAL. BANK OF THE REPUBLIC






Geffrard Square
Open dally except
Skturdays and Sundays from 9 1
Phone: 223

ROYAL BANK OF CANADA





Geffrard Square
Open daily except
Saturday and Sunday
from 9 1 Phone: 2213


AIR LINES





PAA Phone: 3451 -
M- flPhone: S2
*DELTA Phone: 3213
CUBANA Phone: 32200
AVIATION ADH- Phone? U13
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CATHOLIC SERVICES
Cathedral: 4, 6, 7:30 and 8:30 am.
Sacra-Cceur: 5:30, 7. :30 anm.
SL Anne: 4, 7 and 8 ma.m.
St Gerard: 4, 5:30 and 8:30 as.m.
St. Louis de Prance: 8 and 9 s a.m.
Sixtine Chapel (Cite de o'1EzasUlenj
10 .mn
SLt. Pierre (PdtlonvUle): 4, 6, S
and 9:30 a.m.
Ste. Th6rese (Pftionvile) : 5 am.
EPISCOPAL
Cathedral: French 6 and English I 7 am.
French 8 a.
Baptist Church: I and 10 a a.
Presbyterian: 9 and 10 am.
METHODIST
ST. PAUL AM.L.
4-6 a m.m-9-11 a. m.
11:30 12:30 Englsh
7-9 p.m. Evening
METHODIST CHIURCHI
Rue de la Revolution:
7:00 EnglUsh-9:00 French
6:30 Evangelistic service In erole


BUREAU DU TOURSMM
Avenue Marie-Jeanne.
Cite de IoExposition
Phone: 2818
Office hours: 8-1 p.m

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On this beautiful day (the days are always beautiful in
Haiti) we wish to exWend to you our heartiest welcome.
We, as well as everyone in Haiti, want you to have a very
pleasant and enjoyable stay in, this lovely and hospitable
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 jou to make your stay not only pleasant but
profitable.
SWe are always at your Service, for any information you
may need.
HAITI SUN
LA BELLE CREOLE


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ANUNFVORETTARL E X? WUNCE


Haitian Handowen Fabrics
Haitian Handwoven Rugs
Cameras and Films
Patek Philippe
bOMEGA & Tissot Watches
French Perfumes:
Gurlkain, Dana,
Lanvin, Worth,
Patou, Le Gallion,
Caron, Milot,
Carven, Fath
Christian Dior,
Roclas, Chanel,
SSchiaparelli,
.Nini Ric, Corday,
Raphael, Piquet,
Coty & Houbigant.
Liqueurs:
Courvoisier, Otard,
Bisquit, Hennessey,
'Napoleon, Martel,
Domecq, Drambuie,
Cheery Heering,
Marie Brizard,
Harvey's Bristol Cream
Arnagnac, Chartreuse,
Cointreau,
Haytian Rhum:
Rhum Barbancourt
Haytian Music:
The Most Complete
Assortment of the
V' V-ious Rythms.
Haytian Voodoo Inspired
Jewelry
* Haytian Mahoganyware
Handpainted Tissues
Haytian Sculpfared Mahogany
Heads
Haytian Turtle-shell Jewelry
Jewelry from all over the
World
Exquisitely Beautiful
Beaded Bags
Hand-embroidered Blouses,
Skirts, etc.
Hand-painted, Skirts,
Kerchiefs, Stoles, etc.
Haytian Paintings
Haytian Ceramics-
Haytian Postcards
(we mail them for you).


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


A& d ^Vtf

At

French Chantilly Laces
Swiss Embroideries
Irish Linens


In Port-au-Prince
everybody meets at
cThe Fountains 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
OCigars and Cigarettes




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Sp'arfishing Equipment
.Bathing Trunks
Native Polos for Men
Dunhill pipes
Borsalino Hats
Rolls Razors


6e1e19 L 4giftskopT


U.-.usual among Gift Shops of
the'world, is the branch of LA
BELLE CREOLE located on
the terrace of the LE PER-
CHOIR, the famous restaurant
on top of BOUTILLIERS
MOUNTAIN, overlooking Port
au Prince.
Through the wvide windows
of Le Perchoir Gift Shop the
shopper's eyes are drawn from
the attractive show cases, to the
breath-taking beauty or .nearly
two thousand square miles of
Hispaniola's plains, mountains
and sea, lying 3.300 feet below.
Spacious, and always cool.
Le Porchoir Gift Shop offers
the same high quality French
perfumes. Haitian jewelry, dan-
dicraft, books, paintings and
hundreds of other gift items,
Msembled from the far corners
of the earth, as in the mother
store, La Belle Creole, in town.


The prices, the fixed price po-
licy, the sales slip with every
purchase, with the guarantee of
the firm's name, are identical.


Located in the shop is a bar
where one can sip Haitian rumin
punch, tea, coffee, soft drinks-
or where one can have a'tween
meal snack of swmdwiches, ca-
ke, 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


feet 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 baysiore is outlined in
a necklace of shimmering
pearls. On .the breezeswept
terrace, guests can watch cars
stop at the Dominican border
20 miles away.

Whether it's a thick state-
side steak or an ethereal Rum
Gouiffl6, Le Perchoir food is
superbly prepared and elegant-
ly served. F6lix Guignard and
his orchestra provides music for
dancing.

The International Casino, a
swank establishment run by a
staff imported fromin Monte-
Carlo, is one of the major
points of interest during the
summer and winter tourist sea
sons. There one can dine on
exce.c."nt 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 beats out rhum-
bas, mambos and romantic Hai-
tian meringues for dancing un-
der the twinkling stars.

Near the Casino in the bree-
zeswept Exposition Grounds
is the Open Air Theatre de
Verdure where visitors can
attend the bi-weekly shows put
on by the 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 revol-
ving center serves as the stage
for Michel Desgrottes tri-lin-
gual crooning and a nightly
floo show The white-faced Ban-
da dancer is Minsky's in rever-
se, a comedian par excellence.


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-
mmer, 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
club, Cabane Choucoune, is the
mecca of the Capital Elite and
viLitors. Alternating orchestras
throb with the rhythm of the
Haitian Meringue, 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 Capital
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 Cabanc
Choucoune often features lea
ding foreign entertainers.

Saturday night is also thi
night for taking trips into thy
nearby hills to attend the pea
sant cbambochesv or non-reli
gious dances held in open cton-
nelles to the pulsing beat of
the voodoo drums. It's an UN.
FORGETTABLE experience.
For late Stayer uppers any


night of the week, Dan Allen's
Rendez-vous across form the
internationall Casino goes Atrong
until all hours. And along
about 1 a. m., the joint is usual-
ly hopping with oldtime Ame-


rican favorites, such as Alexan-
der's Ragtime Band.
For seafood and such spe-
cialties as Fried Frogs Legs,
there 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 Esoargot, pepper steak
and the sort of food rarely seen
or tasted off the Midi. In Port-
au-Prince, Aux Cosaques is
known for its tasty flaming
'obster and other typically Hai-
tian dishes. The Savoy, just
off the Champs de Mars, offers
either Haitian or American
Foods and if yo'u a:e really ho-
mesick for southern fried c. ic-
ken that is just where you'll
find it a block from the Na-
;ional Palace cChanticleer,
tucked away in Bois Verna, is
the latest addition 'to the swart
eating heases in Port-au-Prince
Open all night.




If you really
want to bee
*,omre acquain-
\ tled wvith Hal-
.id there are
Many intere-
SBstmng trips
.J... ~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 spots and river crossings.
All of 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
mos4 important points in Haiti
at very reasonable rates. Ask
your hotel manager or your
travel -agent for details.
Each of these trips has its
special attraction. Frnim the
longer trips you will return
with a grand thirst, a hearty
-appetite, a delicious fatigue,
quickly banished by a hot bath


"


TRA VEL SUES TIONSf


(for which you will have a new
respect). You will have a new
test for the attractions of the
city. You will fell a great pity
for the jaded characters who
have not strayed from the bar
since you left... And, of course,
you will have a good reserve of
conversational ammunition to
last you for many months.
So, starting with the shortest
tL'ips first, here are a few boiled
Jown suggestions for travel in
Haiti:

BOUTILLIERS MOUNTAIN
AND LE PERCHOIR'
(Ler Pershawh) The Perch)
The most spectacular view in
Haiti: 2,000 square miles of
Haiti spread out before you -
a miracle of color, 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










town of Petio'ville, then up a
findingg mountain road, borde-
red by flaming giant pointsetta
plants. You pass the tratched


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, modem
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
time 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 "mis.








If you have the time, we re-
commend that you take three
days and gn to Cap-Hai'tien by
car. Its about 170 miles and a
minimum of 5 or 6 hours, but
you should take about 8 hours
to enjoy it most. So to one of
Cap Haitien's comfortable ho-
tels. For the night, go to the
Citadelle the next day, retur-
ning to Port-au-Prince the third
day. Eevry mile and every


hour of this trip '.,ill be full of
unforgettable impressions.
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
one of Haiti's most beautiful
i-beaches, Raymond les Bains..
STwo hotels there, clean end
comfortable. Plan to stay over-
r night at least.
FOREST DES PINS
(Pine Forest)
In south-east Haiti, a drive of
JACMEL.- some 60 miles from Port-au-
If you want another trip off Prince is a beautiful pine forest
the-beaten track go to Jacmel. at an' elevation of about 7,000
on Haiti',s south coast. Jacmel. eet. To arrive at this 150,000
once a flourishing town, still icre forest, one drives through
has a considerable export bu. he rich sugar cane lands of
siness, but is typical of many he Cul de Sac plain, then
through and arid region of cac-
i tus to the edge of Lake Etang
-.umatre, famous sait lake, in-
r^' tested with crocodiles, lying on
^the frontier of .the Doiinican
... Republic. There the climb com-
r mences to the cool Pine Forest.
Haitian provincial sea-coast This trip will take all daly,
towns waiting for better days returning to your hotel for'
,to come. Jacmel has a flavor cocktails and? dinner. Passing
of its own. To get there you through a number of small Hal-
can take the easy way by air, tian towns and villages, it af-
or the adventurous way by fords a variety of impressions,'
road, about 60 miles, practfical- of Haitian life and geography.
ly every mile of which has a Take a --rap for your 4isit
rive.rvcrossing. Near Jacmel is its cool up there.


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and other Sisal growing areas Fiee demonstrations
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S CHAl-PTER -X11l LIGHTS &
ROAD SIGNS
ART 1211- a)-The, system of traf-
Sfic iig:its d e s t i ned to
to aid in the control
of traffi-c includes a special
ruling thiougli lights pf va-
-riou- cololdrs concerning the-
traffic at cross roads where
they ire placed.
S b iA'nless an agent 01
I lie Police p e r s o n a lly
taries chargee of the traf-
fic. motornstis and pedestrians
should conform strictly to the
indications furnished by these
lights everywhere that the
S lights -.e to L'e found.
c' The lighting system men-
tioned in paragraph a) posses-
ses, according to the type of
light, eithe:- 3 or 2 different co
lours placed vertically.
d) The cars'coming from the
S left must stop and wait until


? On Traffic
the cars coming 'from the oppo-
site direction pass
1i The lype of light known
as 'tricole:ur' includes a red
light above a yellow light in
the middIlF and a green light
beneath.


The re I light meincans: Stop
ccmnp'ctetv. it ih strictly for-
lIddzn I) lcnve the cross-roads.
1 lie y-llow mpanF: inter'media-
ry signal, prieare to stop. -The
green mineans: Free passage.
2) The ,bicoleurz, type in-


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eludes a green light below and
signal, .'epare to stop.
The red light means: Dead
stop, it is strictly forbidden to
leave the cro.-,sroads. 'The
green means: Go ahead. Both
lights together. Intermediary
cignal,p) rzpare to stop.
3) AitowE plated, ab'j'.c the





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g' iE oa the gri'cn light indica-
te the' dicctions authorised for
going through the cross-roads.
ART 122: ai It is strictly for-
biddecn for" a motorist to start
moving iff at a cross-roads
when the red light is showing.
'u) Infractions of this rule
will be punished by a -fine of
75 gourdes, and in case of non-.
payment imprisonment for fif-
teen dayv.
c) In the case of a second of-
tense the offender's license
Will be suspended for three
months. As well as the above
fine. '
d) If,,.in starting off at a
crossroads when the red light
is showi.n g, the driver
b e c o nv es in v ol ved in
an accident he will be
held responsible for all da-
mages, he will pay the fine
mentioned above, and his li-
cense will] be suspended for a
period varying from 6 months,
or a year. to his lifetime, ac-
cording to the gravity of the
ease.
ART 123: Blinking lights are
placed in certain crossroads


where the traffic is very' dense
and alsa at the approach to
sidestreeLs and at all other
places where their employ-
ment iS; necessary.
bi On sight of these lights,
th& chauffeur will observe the
following, rules: When he sees
il' ,-cJ light he will stop com-
plWte.:. Ithen' start off when the
way is fiee: when he sees a
yellow light, lie will slow down
and proc-.ed with caution.
c) Violation of this article
v.ill mc'.:, a fine of twenty
live gouirdes or eight days in
jail.
ART 124: a) Road signs are
painted in yellow or in white
on the road. They include
signs known as 'LONGITUDI-
NALESv others known as
'TRANSVERSALES, and ot-
h-.' kinds
b) The LongitudinalI signs
are sma.il stripes about 2 to 5
inches wide painted ini white '
,or yellow on the road and'pa-
rallel to ihe sidewalks. It may
be also a line of large studs
placed at regular intervals.
They limit for each way the
space reserved for circulation
these marks are continuous or
discontinuous. .
1) They are continuous when
they are painted In one line
only and not divided through-
out their length.
2) They are discontinuous
when they are divided in their
length.
c) The eTransvers0h signs
are identical stripes but per-
.perdicular to the axis of the
i-osd. They also may be a line
of big studs placed at regular
intervals. They designate:
1) The parking space for ve-
hicles.
2j The passage reserved for
pedestrians.
3) The line of dfenarcation 1
wi;here a motorist should stop


in order to conform to a stop
sign, a traffic light, a signal of
an agent of the Traffic Force,
or all other legal rules.
ART 125: a) Cars are formally
forbidden to cross or infringe
upon a continuous longitudinal
stripe or a line of studs set at
intervals of from 20 to 50 cen-
*timetres.
b) Drivers may cross discon-
tinuous lines in order to turff6
but should exercise the great-
est caution. This applies also
in the ca-c of a 3ne of large
studs plac-,l at intervals of
from ltto 2 nicircs.
c) All violations of the rul-
ings of this paragraph or of the
present article will incur a
fine of 25 gourdes and in the
case of don payment, imprison-
ment' for light days.


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PAGE14 AITISUNSunday, January 29th 1 9 5 6


JACF~fl n~r'rv J'V-HJ2VCI1CATJJIAPPJYUV his own taste until he some-
LAZARD, DORCELY -EXHIBITORSAT VILLA CREOLE times confrs upn,, his work
- O R E tite -ers upon Iris works
COMPARED, CONTRASTED AND APPRAISED the magniftcnt transparency of
watercolou~rs To wit his latest


Two names, two characters,
two talents. Two artists, authen-
tically Haitian. And yet they dif-
fer.
Material, colors, expression,
.language, technique above all,
in no way similar.
The same effort, however, to-
wards more perfection, equal
ardor in research, power of
work, erbative power.
And both, probably, are at one
of the turning points of their
destiny among painters. Among
men.
Their disdain, for easy
success is being felt
more and more. Eyer striv-
ing forward. Ulntiringly, studious
ly bent over rebel matter, thby


by PH1LIPPE STERKLIN


experiment with it, fashion it
obliging it tn serve finally, to
respond at last, to the purpose
which they propose to attain.
SYet without permitting their
works to be affected by this ef-
fort. For the blows and conflicts
that confront them, they know
how to keep it all to themsel-
ves. It is thus that all true ar-
tists proceed: a beautiful poem
keeis itself from reflecting the
pain imposed upon its author.
ROLAND DORCELY:

His heads larger than nature.
Strange heads with masks which
at first surprise by their disdain
ful coldness. By their apparent


American flag, all rooms vith bath air-conditioned dining-
ropm, famous cuisine, swimming-pool.
Aonirata infnrmfinn at nffica nf Pannnma I.ine ONL-V


?-a scene- and several of his
landscape? around Furcy.
calm which recalls a certain fa- I Then a street scene where in
talism which might be called ithe front workers can be seen
oriental- rne life in them is at work, while in the rear, ac-
chut,in. It iswinterior. So are our centuaiing and dramatizing the
peasants who cannot let you see I theme, there appears, between
how they suffer. Often at the the wooden houses, a small sil-
bursting point- without uselessly Jhouette at the hoop. The back-
moaning. And the tragedy is gr-ound of this tableau is light-
there, in dcoth, poignant, tena- ed 1-v a soft and real purple l4ke
cidus. The sufferings, they are the smile of a child.
felt boiling inside, terrible. And it ic there,. perhaps, that the
Landscapes, sea scenes, som- point of contact LAZARD-DOR-
ber portraits on somber back- CEF.Y is established. Do'rcely
grounds aiidlike lunares, but who likew;?c offers us houses
rich. Uncxnneted touches, ear- with fra:l oalconies and hardly
mines, browns, tlues, violets, supporld on a back-ground is
yellows. From so beautiful a yel- deii-al? purple which nothing
low which does not fear beingyel, in his o:-her tableaux appears to
low. These latest, paintings of announce.
Dorcely, illumined from within, I Another trial' of Lazar'd is the
thanks to an appropriate techni- woman \,,it the necklace. Tem-
que, require, we believe, a soft pera. varnish, oil Igive to this
lighting. With this precaution study a special character. The
taken, we believe'they will bett- jimperatives of this quite differ-
er deliver the secret of their it:- ent matter- have caused the ar-
descence. list to t--e.it his subject differ-
And the portrait of Nicole ently. Thie features here are de-


Dorcely'
"E x c c p t i o n ally posed
on a back-ground of
ve.y old France. undeci-
dzd and sober, we see her profil-
ed in yellow ,decollete. even
while she remains discreet. This
new attempt of a painter to wed
our warm tropical colors to the
neutral of occidental inspira-
tion will not at all pass unnotic-


LUCKNER LAZARD:


.accurate, bra ......L.i. T.elephon.... e ..02 ... His highly decorative painting
Rue Abraham Lincoln, Telephonb 3062 is made of harmonious move-
.ments, of vibrant colors, of con-
.. trasts. Even the full daylight-
Every Monday at 6:00 P.M. .cannot intimidate it. '
SPersonages with silhouetted-
he de .200 .senrfeatures, but whose powerful
Thedeux.-00p e fanqy, often overflow from. the
ise-shi offrame and reclaim the royal di-
cruise-s~hips of Pnama Line sensions of painting in fresco.'+
direct to midtown N.Y. City. Lazard ordinarily uses paint
direct i midt n N.Y.Cau temodra letterr of great
opacity which serves marvelous-
ly and which from strength of
_____________________ study, he succeeds in handling it I
., ~ [ --


I finitely outlined.
The rernarquable encounter
LAZA.ID-DORCELY, we owe to
the admirzblI initiative of Mrs.


Lina Assad, hotel owner and pa-
troness of the Art.Is. She. has of-
fered us Hotel Villa Creole (Pe--
tion-Ville) and it is thern that.
u La Galeric Villa Creole
opened the exhibition on Thurs-
day, January 26th at 5:00 PM.
presenting .._h2 tatest realiza-
tions of .tli? two well-known ar-
tists:
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HAITI IS IMPORTING MORE FISH
-SAYS FAO FISHERY YEARBOOK

A considerable increase by Haiti .in the imports of fish and..ish
products is recorded by the FAO Yearbook of Fishery Statistics. 1b952-
53 (Volume IV, Part 2, International Trade), which has just been
published in Rome by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the
United Nr'.tions. Imports rose from 2,450 metric tons in 1938 to 7,258
metric tons in 1953

An interesting point about" the increase is that it consists mainly
of pickled or smoked fish, almost all of it imported from Canada.
During the 12 months 1938-39, Haiti imUorted 1,788 metric tons of
this product but by 1950-51 the figure had risen to 6,905 metric tons.
Of this, Canada supplied 6,795 metric tons

There has also been an increase in imports of salted or dried fish
and in fish in airtight containers.

These figures are in agreement with the general trend in fish im-
ports in neighboring countries The import figures (extracted from
the Yearbook) for the years 1938 and 1953 for the following coun-
tries clearly show the trend
Imports in Metric Tons


Country
Costa Rice
Cuba
Dominican Republic ,
,,.El Salvador
Haiti
Honduras
Mexico
Nicaragua
Panama


1938
747
13,111
1,941
124
2,450
57
306(1949)
69(1949)
912


1953
1,049
19,278
6,234
834
7,258
314
1,658
248
1,121(1952)


In all these countries there has been a big increase in the import of
fish in airtight containers, while in Cuba and the Dominican Repub-
lic as well as in Haiti, there has been a considerable rise in the im-
ports of dried, salted or smoked fish, especially cod, hake and herring.
Canada, the United States, Portugal,, Norway, Spain and France have
been the chief suppliers. \

The Yearbook (Part 2, International Trade), is divided into nine
sections. The first three contain the summary tables, inter alia one
for each commodity group, based on the detailed data given country
by country" ii the last six sections.

The summary tables permit easy international comparisons in terms
of broad groups of fishery commodities, while reference to the coun-
try tables provides details of the composition of the commodity groups
and the countries of origin and destination. Quantities are given in
metric tons and, in the first three sections, the values in United
States dollars. National currencies are used in each of the national
tables.

In view of request for greater international comparability, the com-
modity groups have been adjusted to conform to the classification
used in the Standard International Trade Classification, recommended
by the Economic and Social Council to be -used by 'the countries .in
rearranging their details on imports and exports.-

Part I (Production and Craft), containing statistics of catch and
landings, utilization, production of preserved and processed commo-
dities, and fishing craft, was published earlier this year.

Both Part 1 and 2 are bound in stiff board and published at $3
(15/-) each (or the equivalent in any national currency). Copies
are available fromn FAO, Rome, or from any FAO sales agent.


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HAITI SUN PAGE 15


Virginians Bring

Gifts For President

Bearing vifts of Virginian ori-
gin, and gold plated aluminum
ware by ,,Reynolds,. a delega-
tion representing various of the
economy ot the Southern Ame-
rican state arrived in Haiti Fri-
President Magloird\ is first
on the delegation's list of Chiefs
of State in the Caribbean to
whom tok-ic gifts will be pre-
sented. The President of Pana-
ma will be visited on the 31 st.,
the head of the Colombian Go-
vernment will receive his ,zoe-
Lrenne* on the 30 th. and the
Governor of Jamaica's turn
comes February 3.
.minong tne gifts brought by
the deleg'-iion. which is led by
US. Chamber of Commerce Prc-
,ident Glen D. Johnson. were: a
colour photograph of the James-
town Church towere autograph-
ed by Governor Stanley (James-
town celebrates its 350 th. an-
niversary next year). and some
of the famous Virginia hams.
The delegation arrived abo*d
the Maasdrnam, which weighed
anchor yesterday afternoon at
5:00:
Patron of the goodwill cruise
is Hollister V. Schuck, president
of the (Virginia Cruise Corpo-
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PAGE 16


T1IE MASKED
(Continued from page 1)
SL'Homme Bambocheur
(Play-boy) is created by dre
ing the bust of a wax dummy
evening clothes, placing a gla
in the hand, and operated
some hidden mechanism
eyes wink, and he toasts an
visible partner, as he dances
The Hare and the Tortois
are simply live animals se
through the little window, t
never fail to give a thrill.
SThe operators of the La fM
yottev outfit do not associa
themselves with the -hand
Mardi-Grasii, and are quick
inform you that they are an
traction ,apart'. assuming t
arrogance of a top featured B.
num & Bailey act.
They are no ordinary ril
raff like those mad dance
keeping step with the tot
toms. T'ieir profession D
far above this, though thi
move in the wake of the ba
des), they are independer
'their earnings concern the
partnership exclusively, an
they do not take orders fro
the Chef de Bandes. s Polio
regulations permit them
ply their trade only on Su
days, as Is the case of the pr
carnival revelers.
We are mitold that the prete
tions of these side-show b
ron. may be well-founded, fc
some of them are peacefi
.cordonniers,a blacksmiths c
*otler artisans who go out
character during the carniv
seasons, as speculators on th


HAIT SUNSunday, January 29th 1 9 5 6


BROTHERHOOD OF LA MAYOTTE
gullibility of the pleasure-bent rocked by the mad, carefree
populace. Generally, their spirit of the 'Mardi-Gras.
Shoods of gay coloured- cloth An interesting characteristic
?ss- colored costumes over their oft he % La Mayotte'> is the
in ordinary clothes might mean number of its imitators who
ass that they are hiding their iden- experience no difficulty in
by tity from. everyday customers plying the easy-money game
his. in a sort of Ku Klux brother- unmolested by professionals of
in- hood. the trade. Young hooded opera
Some of them wear a head- tors roam the streets, tiny bell
sc, dress hiding their features be. in hand, not so extravagantly
en hind' the mask of a hog, or disguised, with small improvis-
but even a cow, simply donning a ed and less complicated ,Ma-.
woman's dress, instead of a yottes:> for ten centimes (2 c)
la- robe. But they always acquire These are joy of the youngst-
ate a disguise that is grotesqjie ers in the families of all so-
les and comical. As far as we cial ranks. The children are
to could learn, this profession is less terrorized at their ap-
at- monopolized by the male po- proach, fo they suspect that
he pulation. the face behind the hood may
ar- Working only on Sundays, be one of their own. The sur-
a 'La Mayottea or the ambulat- prises are somewhat meager...
ff- ing side-show can estimate a When they are invited to take
rs take of from thirty to forty a look at ,Beauty and the
m- &gourdes on a good day. The Beast, > the peep often reveals
is price of fifty c2ntimes (10 c) a doll, sleeping stoically at the
ey. for a peep into the box may s-ide of a dried lizard, Some-
n- be raised or lowered, depend- times the beast turns out to be
it, ing on the appearance of the a bull-frog whose legs are im-
{ir curious customer. The ((Snake mobilized by a clever doubling
id Woman,* and the ('Play Boys and looping of simple sewing
m feature may often bring in two thread. Some of the young ope-
ce gourdes a peep, as the carni- rators use a metal lunch kit,_
to val week -.uproaches, and the and after 'pocketing the two
n-, public slips more and more. cents of the curious adoles-
e- under the magic spell, cent, pops open the cover
No one knows just when' which has a discarded automo-
n- this little business originated, bile horn in it. He unexpected-
a- but older people remember its ly presses the bulb and a efor-
or existence from their childhood midable coup de klaxonv dea-
ul days. It i- attributed to the in- fens the customer and the
or genious ability oP the people browd looking on.
of to create and exploit their cle- One smart little operator
al verness, especially at the time ,carried a rather good-sized
te of year when the nation is box, artistically rigged up,


with a name: ,The Last Supp-
ers and allowed himself to be
followed from door to door
by the expectant, giggling chil-
dren of the block until he fi-
nally found a small boy who
still ad two cents left after a
day of spending. When the cus-
tomer peeped through the
hole hrs pyes met those of a ti-
ny mouse, digturbci from nib-
bling a tiny morsel of cheese.
The 2c entering into the pock-
et of the operator would ter-
minate the day's work, as the
hooded little monster puled
the string, releasing the spring
on the mouse trap whare all
that day the title on the box
had read simply: <: The Mouse
psychologists in being able to
capitalize bn the curiosity of a.
gullible public ..It's like tak-
ing candv from a baby,> one
of the barons expressed it.
. Even when they realize they'
ve been tricked they never
get angry, but just stand there
looking a little foolish, not
thinking of trying to argue.
And after six weeks preceed-
ing the Mlardi-Gras festivities,
the operators of < La Mayot-
te> hardly know the amount


* of their profits over the Sun-
days that they work They in
turn have also been re-gularly
taken-in by others as smart as
themselves, and they are hap-
py. Is it not this spirit and corn
prehensi.i of things that ma-
kes the people of Haiti the
gayest and most uncomplain-
ing in the world ?
and the cheese-.
These speculators pride them-
selves on being accomplished

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3rd gear, at 3 MPH, will pull four 14-inch
moldboarcl plows 6 inches deep-in very
heavy; soil.s
ItWVill.plow 1Y acres per hour, using
less thaix 2 gallons of low-cost Diesel fuel.
S Inlntiike, wheel-type tractors, this ma-

,bhine can operate on steep slopes oi. over
INT marhy ground without 'excessive slip-
page. Yet, the broad steel tracks exeAt less
ground pressure per square inch than the-
weight of a man's foot. lConsequently,
with this type of tractor, your soil
remains more porous, easier to till and
S more productive.
Equipped with a bulldozer, this trac-
tor can build roads, remove trees and
stumps, build drainage ditches and stock
watering ponds, level land or fill in eroded
fields.


It can also be equipped with a loader,
rear power take-off or an agricultural
tool bar.
Let us tell you more about this modem
agricultural giant. It is more economical
than and can outwork a wheel-type
tractor of comparable horsepower or any
combination of animals.


CATERPILLAR

HAITIAN TRACTOR & EQUiPiMIENT CO. Chancerelles
MAURICE BONNEFIL, Manager


MAISON G. GILG, Rue Bonne Foi


Agents: HAITI TRADING CO S.A.


HAITI SUN





- HAITI SUN .


sunday, January 29th 19 5 6 *__


PAGE 17


OCCASION rOR CELEBRATION was the opening of a new, stylish-
ly-modeled Sinclair service station at La'ue by young Roland Pierre
Louis whq has already made a name in the motoring world with his
effecient gai station opposite the Salesian Tr:ade School on the way
to Chancerelles.
*Celebrants are (From Left to Right): Joe Pierre-Louis, Sinclair
Chief in Haiti: "Linor Godoy, Havana Sales Chief of the company: the
Vice President of the Sihclair Refining Company; Roland; Mr. Burgess,
president of the Cuban branch of the Sinclair Oil Company; and Mr.
Morris, vice president.

POLICE FINI) NO CLUES IN
CASE OF I NIi)ENTIFIED WOMAN


In spite of an alert sent out
to Police posts throughout the
Republic, and a ediscree inqui-
ry in the bars along the road to
Leogane, no lead has been pick-
ed up as yet concerning the
identity of a young woman
found brutally hacked to death
in the hills above & La Mer
Frpp6ee Saturday January 14.
The woman had evidently
been attacked with a sharp ma-
chete and lbad received vicious
wounds across the face jnd left
forearm. Her neck twas almost
completely severed.
SDoctors performing the autop-
sy placed her age at approxima-


tely 30, and investigators stated
she could not have been a pea-
sant. She was a dark, slender
woman 'a little under medium
height, and wore a plain pink
cotton dress with a green pina-
fore let into the breast. Her
teeth were gold filled and a fi-
nely-wrouight chain bracelet or-
namented her left wr'ist:
I
Persons possessing informa-
tion which may lead to identifi-
cation of the victim, or the ap-
prehension of her murderers,
are asked to call Fort Diminche,
Phone 2414, or the nearest po-
lice post.


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((Haitians Gii
On Liberian
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only other Negro Re
he World.
Minister Charles thai
President for his kind
Haiti and remarked t
Haitian delegates were
wvare of the great lion
owed on them by his
at the reception e in spi
many preoccupations of
mnenrit .
On this onecarion, lh
C.oss of the Haitian <
-.t Mdrite was awarded
Tubman and several o
minent Liberiaps, nota
Foreign Minister, the F
of the Upper and Low
hers, the Chief of Staff
',hicf of Protocol.
The investiture ce
opened Jnnuary 1, on
versary af the Haitiar
tion of In-ldependence.
Monday January 9
audience was acorded
tian 0r'-le-ntion, and
rinn President again
his special feeling of
towards this Republic.
Mjnister Charles dec
in private as well as o
cles, the delegation fr
was treated with the
plate warmth and
throughout their visit
ria.
During, the mission,
tian delegates met re
ve3 from nme Gold C
confessed that they v
very much to visit the
can territory where t
an extenuated visit ow
impossibility of assur
ge aboard the PAA b
beria.
The delegation a:
three days in Dakar,
days at Casablanca,


;'Je Special Honours port to th. public, through, the
it Ch medium olt he press, on the vo-
Visit) -Charles yage
ntinued from Page 1)
public in In both cities the delegateswere INTREPID
treated as honoured guests and
nked the asked to -eturn, the Minister MARINER...
praise of reported.(f
that the Mr. Andre Dubois,. former (Continued from Page 1)
not una- Prefect of the S e i n e. al times to -answer the call of
our best- who is row French Resident the waes.
presence General at Morocco, entertain- The little boat, 6retnetiously
ite of the ed the vis-tors on the day of named 'LIBERIAL lI is due
Sthe mo- their arrival, while on the foil- here as soon as its captain seps
owing day they were received enough of the World's "Fair in
ie Grand by His Maje.ty the Sultan. Ciudad Trujj-.ilo. then afterwards
Sto Mrs. Lisbon Poitugal on the return tion of Cuba.
their pro- voyage to Haiti, and there, too Lindemannn, who lives on cann
ibly the an enthusiastic welcome await- ed foods while afloat, speaks
'residents ed them. English, French and Portuguese
er Chain- Minister Charles in the intro- fluently, Spanish a little.
F and the Suction to his report explained, He,.attributes his love for the
After our long sojourn abroad, sea to his ancestry His fore-
?remonies we though: it our duty to r?- -fathers were all seamen.
the anni----- ---- ---___ 1_r_______
declara- CANDLE-LIGHT
a special DINER-DANSANT
the Hai-
thA Libe-
stressed FLAMING LOBSTER
fraternity


lared that
ffieial cir-
rom Haiti
most corn-
courtesy
to Libe--
the Hai-
presentati-
'oast and
would like
West Afri
they spent
*ing to the
*n passa _-.


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PAGE 18


Miami Bunnies

STo Start Colony

In Haiti
To four Miami rabbits will go
the distinction of being ancest-
ors for a -new colony of bunnies
in Haiti.
A papa and three mama rab-
bits have been given to St. Vin-
cent's School for. Handicapped
Children in Port au Prince, by

VENEZUELAN

DANCERS...
(Continued from page 3)

Spanish, African and a trace
of the Indian influence are ap-
parent in the dances.
From the first number,' AI-
ma Manera*, the applause was
rousing, as the members of the
dance troupe went through the
various dances of their coun-
try.
The favoured style seems to
be a cross 'between the Can-Cdn
Square Dance, with a dash of
Latin spice added.
Yolanda Moreno, star of the
show, triumphed' in eNegrita
Marisolv, while other pieces
like ,Por el Caminox-, cEl Porte-
ro and :.El Mampularoii were
also very successful. Cesar del
Avila won applause with his
singing of Folklore songs.
Three shows in the Stade Ma-
gloire, in hommage to the work
ers. of Haltit. were open to the
public and waves of cheering
could be heard across town as
the people showed their appre-I
ciation.


the service? committee of Va-
riety Children's Hospital in Mia
mi. They are being flown to
Port au Prince by Pan American
World Airways.
,The rabbits will serve a dual
purpose in their new home -as
laboratory experimental ani-
mals and as a supplement to the
menu in the school, an institu-
tion operated by the Episcopal
sisters of the Order of St. Mar-,
garet. Directed by Sister Joan
Margaret, the school is well
known for 4ts work with Haiti's
handicapped children.


LFAS PRESIDENT
DIES AT 68
News of the passing away pof
Mrs. Cleante Desgraves Vatkin,'
President of the Ligue Feminine
d'Actibn Sociale, on Thursday
evening, caused widespread
mourning in literary, political
and social circles. In ailing
health over the past several
months, the well-known woman
leader, author and poet had
somehow managed to carry out
her heavy duties as President of
the Womens' Ueague. She was
a familiar figure at the Cite de
l'Exposition where ste came al-
most daily to her desk at the of-
fices of the Ligue. Mrs. Valcin
in spite of her state of health,
has been working assiduously
on the publication of the Xmas
number of q La Voix des Fern-
mres,> a periodical of thq organi-
zation, and the journal was corn
pleted late last week and dis-
tribution begun. This issue carri-
ed a picture of the devoted fe-
minist. She was 68 years of age
at'the time of her death.


Recognized as one of the out-
standing social workers of thfile
country, the defunct devoted
her life to the work she loved
and was a great champion of
women's rights. She represent-
ed Haiti at several international
congresses. Greatly esteemed
and admired by all, the gerit)e
manners and quiet distinction of
Mrs. Valcin will always be re-
membered.
Funeral services were held on
Friday afternoon at Eglise Bap-
tiste amldst a host of sorrowing
relatives and friends.


REGISTRATION FOR SECOND
SEMESTER COURSES AN-
NONCED AT HAITIAN AME-
RICAN INSTITUTE
Friends ot the Haitian Ame-
rican Institute are requested to
enroll for coursed in English
and French for the second se-
mester during the week bet-
ween Monday, January 30th and
Friday, February, 3rd. Students
who wish to continue courses
in which they are presently en-
rolled may inform their profess-
ors. Hours of registration will
be: 9 o'clock to noon: 3 to 6
o'clock in the afternoon. The


Sympathique' Potion Roy of Based, at the Choucoune, .the
Cavaillon was in Port au Prince visiting couple, who have (bur,
this past week. His-daughter Mar- beautiful daughters and a ,
tine is scheduled to leave soon (only one daughter- still ufiirh-.
for Kingston. tried were -guests for lundcheon
x xx at the Marcel Gentils. in Debus-:
Mrs. Maurice (Ghislaine) Le- sy Thursday, and were fet. at.
mieux wife of the Canadian Em- a party, by 2Mr. and -Mrs. Gelasrd
bassy First Secretary is recover- Vital Thursday evening. ..
ing from a slight indisposition X X X
which laid her up for a fortnight. 'The' gentleman In the picture
x xx with TomR Boyd last week-(Ti
Mr. Jules Farmer is home from Tom battle Traffic jinx haunting
Newov. York where he spent the Peligre Borel. highway) was not
past month under medical care. Mr. Burel he was Mr. Ross John-
He was accompanied on the Pa- son. 'Personel Manager of the
nama Line hy his wifeli who *ent whole Peligre Project. Apolgies.
to the States to fetch him home. Mr. ani'd Mrs Rend Torchon flew
x x x to Cuba on a health trip-last ,Fri-l
'Tr and Mrs .Rone fCnmhc.- day.


fie is five dollars per courseper tet, and Queen of the'sLes Vins
semester. % de 'Pospiilon empire, will leave
New classes will be offered 4,n Haiti today for Cuba after a fes-'
English for first and second year tive visit Y3 Port au Prince,
students. These classes will corn- The Combastets who live in
plete an academic year in Fe- Paris but who own country
bruary 1957. Fees for the chil- houses throughout the French
dren's Saturday classes in Eng- provinces, came here last Fri-
lish Conversation and Creative day. from Miami where yacht-
Dramatics will be $2.00 per se- loving Mr. Combastet went to
mester Parents should sign chance one of his two beauttfjl
promptly to avoid disappoint- craft (sails with auxiliary en-
ment. gine).


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Joseph Ambroise "Joe. flew to
Havana on a.business )rjn lest
week.
XXX
Diane Adrien, the American
singer who compiled and trans-
lated the Haitian folklore songs
for an ACA recording entitled
Caribbean Nights is currently'
Wowin' 'em at the Caribe Il-r.
ton in San Juan according to
Co'mmander Dennis Szabo of
the U.S. Naty who. flew into.
-Port last Friday. The singer'is;.
houseguest of Conimmander. Sza-'
bo's wife, expects to pass'
through Port auPrifnce on her'
way pHclk to New York cbien-
tot. "
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FOR SALE -
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Several building lots at Area-
*chon. Magnificent' view of the
city, the mountain'and the sea.
Reasonable prices and excellent
conditions of payment.
Apply t of-fice of Haiti Sun
or'at', Mr: B:- N. Bailey Fxposi-


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UNPI1HA S Sunday. January 29th is





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Engineer Maurice Elie was able. The Hogarth Travel Service is
-to'leaveHopital General on Thurs centering its activities about the
'.day. to complete his convalescence Fair in the Dominican Republic,
at his home on Ruelle Roy. lHe aiti lrector Ray Hogarth has his
has suffered o alight back inju;.. hj:11 luhll hianding out informa-
an falling several feet from a ceaf- tion tvi' a cien:elc which knows
fold on a construction which h1- tn.it I .:,y his o,'er thing it takes,
'was supervi%-ing. He eniijoed p :si a U.S. know how. on prepa-
-!is hospital lime playing cards, r. tion uf tours.
XXX XXX
Mrs. Liliane Wiener became Nouohc Degener was -renver-
the, bride of Mr. Louis Moravia in sce. s:mnpledient renversee., Mon-
a quiet ceremony at the Petion- day when she opened a cablegram
ville Registry Office Wednesday from the U.S., asking the mater-
morning. nul blessings on the engagement
Witnesses for the groom, of her 20-year-old college Senior
who 'is Director of the Transport son, Michael to Miss Marie Laure
.Division of the aMaison Frank, daughter of Princess, Lau-
Nadal were: Mr. 0. J. Brandt, Mr. ra Murat of Paris and ]New "York.
Robert Nadal, Mr. Joseph Nadal, Mike's cable ended: -"Don't say a
and for the bride, Me. Georges word. stop. You were married at
Mathon and Mr. Georges Wiener sixteen, exclamation..
fils. I x xx
An intime family gathering Mrs. Marie Wallinigford (Point
at the Wiener home in Petion- IV) showed the honors of the ca-
vifle followed the religious cere- pital to an old friend, Mrs. Sigrid
.Mnbny. Shakno of Houston, Texas who
x x x spent the day in Port au Prince
Mrs. Don Mohr is off to Urbana, last week. Mrs. Shakno was a pas-
bOhio, tomorrow by the PANAMA senger on the SS FLANDRE,,
She professes no hatred for snow that docked in our waters last
except for blizzards. IFriday. Mrs. Shakno's day includ-
x x x ed a morning of shopping, and
Mrs. Gilberte (Boubou) Vieux sightseeing, a home-cooked lunch
clippered in from New York Wed-I by her -Cordon Bleu- hostess at
..esday. her Desprez residence, an after-


SEva Ponticello Thoby Marcelin,
t ho tauht at the Haitian Amer-
Stan Institute here during its de-
but 19446 is back in town for 3
weeks rest while her husband
VBcks up new ideas for articles
And books.
XXX
he correct spelling of the
nam. of Miss Marie-Therbse. Bou-
ecar-'s fiance is' -Edgard Danies.
(# the Printer's Devil hasn't laid
us by the heels for the third time
iW sUccession!).

Miss Marie Lucille Kernizan
aj14 Mr. Michel Edigard Brmun
-bchanged wedding vows at Sa-
'cre Cpeur de Turgeau, last even-
tp at 6:30. -


noon at Kenscoff, and early eve-
ning look at our principal night
clubs. She will take in St Thomas,
Curacao, Kingston, arid .Havana
before returning to Texas.
XXX
Flying in for a week's vacation
on Monday were Mr. and Mrs.
Francis E. Grimes of New York.
Mr. Grimes is an Assistant Vice-
President of the Chase National
Bank of Manhattan. The couple
who are lodged at Hotel Choucou-
ne, were accompanied by Glenn
C. Bassett.
XXXMiss Karine Roumain was mar-
Miss Karine Roumain was mar-


tried on Saturday, December 21st,
to Henri de Delva, in a 10:00 a.m.
ceremony at Eglise St. Pierre de
Petionville. The bride wore a lo-


r f ely gown of brocaded satin,
The bride is the naught er ofn three-quarter length, a coiffee,
2Mr.I and Mrs. Rosemond Kmernt of satin trimmed with orange bios
zan and the groom's parents are soms; and a fingertip veil of il-
Mr. 'and Mrs. Pascal A. Brin. lusion.
x x x The young couple were accom-
Captain Jacques Etienne, rug. panied to the altar by their @Mar-
ged Haitian Recherches Crimi- raine- Mrs. Dominique Marini,
nellep (hief flew to France last and ,Parrain. Henri..de Delva,
Thursday on a health trip. ,Helather of the groom.
also expects to catch up on..the Ifateryof oom.
.aLest crook catching methods. Immediately following the reli-
X X X gious ceremony, a wedding break-
fast and reception at Hotel Chou-


Dr. Joseph H. Thomas was
named. Haitian Consul to Balti-
more (Mar3 land) by Presiden-
tial decree last month.


Mr. and Mrs. Dunel Beauzile
became the proud parents of a
daughter Marie Jocelyne last Fri-
day 8:30 p.m. in the Poux Mater-
nity Clinic at Canape Vert.
xxx
Hasco will give a 6 to 9 p.m.
reception Friday at Hotel Villa
Creole.
xxx
Scheduled to arrive on the SS.
,ANCON, on January 30th are
some Connecticut friends of Mr.
arI.. Mrs. Kay Heunings, of Plan-
tation Dauphin at Derac. The four
some, Mr. and Mrs. William Cotta,
'and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Palmer
of Darien, Conn. will spend a
week in Haiti.
xxx
Plant..tion Dauphin's new own-
'e:., John Clark, and Bradley
Clark spent a week getting ac-
quainted with the colony of the
disal plantation They were accom
panied by Mr. Bradley Clark's
ch.-rming wife, Betty.
xxx
From this day forward Thurs-
day the 26th will be known in
Place Boyer, Petionville, as Stokes
& Osborne Day in commemoration
of the 2 young missionaries of the
IJ.S. Air Force who sacrified their
poker money to give a abamboche
net al coll for several hundred
i -B


ped mountain pictures. He clip-
pered back to Miami Friday.
xxx
George Chaplain, editor of
the afternoon daily e New' Or--
leans Itemn leaves Haiti this
morning after a short stay here
accompanied by his wife. The
Chaplains visited Cap Haitien,
and celebrated their 19th wedd-
ing anniversary at Le Refuge.
Mr. Chaplain, here once be-
fore on the Delta inaugural
flight, is very prominent in IA-
PA.
X X X
British Air Attache, Wing
Commander C.V. Beadon DFC
was feted by the British Am-
bassador and Mrs. Sydney 'Sim-
monds last week when he visit-
ed Port au Prince on a. routine
tcur.
The WVin, Commander, who
w..s accompanied by his wife,
their 6-year-old son Johnny' and
a friend 1rom Dublin, Miss Eli-
zabeth Hinchcliff, attended a
6:00 8:00 p.m. reception in
his honour Thursday at the Bri-
tish Ambassador's residence,
Afso present were Minister
Adelphin Telson, Secretary of
State for the. Interior, Minister
Jacques Francois, Colonel Geor-
ges Bayard, of the Coastguard,
MIajor Paul Corvington, Cap-


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berth in his new career.
Mrs. John Burton was the ob-
ject &f a ,fete intimez at her,
Ruelle Rigaud residence in Pie-
tiqn-Ville on the occasion of
her -birthday anniversary, Ja-
nuary 1tth.
- xxx
Gerard Fils-Aime (Ti Tate of
,Maison Naudd chalked up another
eprintemps. on January 23rd.
xxx
The Kirk of MAGNUM is at
El Rancho.-here to team with
*,Tie fo' a p:.oto story on Te-
xans living at Lo.-el and Peli-
gre. I
', X X X x
Jean Danies returned from
the U.S. a fortnight ago. after.-
2 years a,,-ounting studies. -
xxx
O.J. Brandt returiled from the
U.S. with his wife in time for the
Wiener Moravi -wedding.
X X X'
Bob Fatten went to Manhattan
on a 2-week business trip.
xxx
X X '
Mrs. Raymond Crarn (nee Ges-
sy Godefroy) received an extra
special birthday present Monday.
Her second son was born 12:40 a.
m., at Clinic Castera. -
xxx
Mr.and Mrs. Henry (Hank) Pe-
rea opened the innings with a
son born 5:001 p.-m. last Sunday,
at' CLINIQUE PETION, Place
Boyer. Papa (Deltb's local Chief)
and Ma (formerly rMiss OLourdes
Martinez of Consuelo D.R. were
the fourth couple, to -knock on -
the new clinic's door.j


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ENJOY THESE AND MANY OTHER DISHES Jacqueline Fequiere flew-home
AT THE CAEF THAT NEVER CLOSES /from Puerto Rico Tuesday. ,
(Well Stocked Bar Too) xxx -x
2 Rue Rigaud, Bois Verna Tel. 5986 Harry Bellafonite, TV-Cinbmac-
MARION de YOUNG GRISWOLD tor whose screen performance as
(formerly of Hotel Oloffson) Je wdn waves of applause" "and
~ ___~____ ._._._________ box-office cash, is in danger of
*- .. losing his. meaty contract. because
friends and comrades-in-arms of tain Lucien Scott, Consul and 6of Haiti's fttracti-e at*nosphere.
1956. Also worthy of mention in Mrs. Paul Caruana and attaches n.. El Rancho. gues''the singer
despatches are their equally young of the British Embassy here. tooke Obf t&-lok at the Citader,
wives Marilyn and Doris who in- Wing Commander Beadon a came back'to town for another
produced gaiety charm and a buf tall moustached veteran of the restful few, days, didn't leave Un-
Lfet' froid. into the evening. Ma-1 R.A.F. since 1937, returned to til today. He should have b eq
jors Lou and Bill were observing his post in Caracas, froth which in New York at the beginning of
their birthdays coincidentally. I he covers nine countries (4.000. last- week.
xxx 000 sq. mis) in his smart De Ha- FOR RENT'
Doc and Marge Greenamyre of ivilland Dart Friday morning. I Petio0-Vile, in private hme,.
Kansas City are house-guests of I xxx nicely'furnished room, with bWth-
old friends the (Major Air Josette Schmidhauser Leonard room, for single or couple, with or
Mission) Lou Stokes of Petionvil' and her parents, Mr, and Mrs rhout' boagle'Wrote P.O Box
le. The towh has been theirs Louis Leonard left Haiti r th., o8 2for 'appointment. O
since Tuesday. day for the United oStates after ";t
xxx a visit with Dr. and Mrs. Louis '
Mr. Frank W, Wilson, Director! Roy in their home at Morne j PARAMOUNT'
of the Universal Sales Corporat- llercule. TODAY- '.PiM. Les Tambours
ion in Haiti told the 'Sun- in a Josette, who will study En- de Fu Manehl-
telephone cdnvers ti o n Friday glish at college in, Rockford III: 57-9:00 P.M. La SoreiLre Blan'-
morning he is playing a big role was given 3 surprise farewell che
in the Carnival festivities This party by her, host and hostess MON. 6:00 P.M. Le Fil du Ra-
year. Wednesday evening. Even a co- zoir .
His onmonary w1ll .. median was imported specially TUES."6-81tl5'iLa Sorclire Blan-


AL--O ---[.WIAVCL win> give a prize~
to the 'Queen of Queens, (to be
chosen from their royal majest-
ies) consisting of a round trip
passage from Port' au Prince to
Ciudad Trujillo, Puerto Rico, New
York, Miami, Montego Bay, Kings-
ton, with all expenses paid. The
Queen will r.lso receive a cash
prize of $500.00.


c&une was attended by a large Mr. Wilson is a member of the
number of relatives'and friends. Carnival Board.
After a honeymoon at Petion- x x x
ville, the newly.'eds will take up The bride is the daughter of
residence in their, home in Tur- Mrs. Nicole Hibbert Roumain and
gaau. .. the late Author Jacques Roumain
x x x The groom is the son of Mr. and
Miss Jacqueline .Cavelanet, of Mrs. Henri de Delva
the Department *of National Edu- Stuart G Newman, Florida
cation, and Mr. Adrien Ascensio, publicist '.Nho is now n charge
--hose engagement was announced, of thi Haiti accutni spent two
recently, were honoured by a re- da'-s here this week conferring
!eption 7t the home of Mrs. Sergei with ONT Director Pierre Chau-
aul January 12. velt and Hotel owners. also snap


'REG. TRADFMMARK


for her entertainment
.elo Elie.


Lou Cos-


XXX

Fuji Hara, mechanic on. the
Geodetic grasshopper L 19 is
'eiving for Panama tomorrow.
Fuji plans to quit the Army and
return to civilian life in his
home in Lo; Angeles. A top
flight minchanic he should find
iS? Wf'lrirulty landing 'a good


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JOHN WA*LKUI & @I LM



It must

be good


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WED. 6-8h15 P.M La vie de Jean
Valjean
THURS 6-8h15 Les gens'de la
N'uit I
FRI: 6-8hl'5 p.m .La Sorciere
Branch
SAT: 5-7:9:00 P.M Les TOnbours
.daFu Manchu
SUN.'3.00 P.M. Les Tambours
de Fu Manclhu
* 5-7-9:00 P.M. Voyage A Rio


Johnnie Walker must be good, to remain in ti
forefront of Scotch Whiskies for over 130 v.-Irt
It must'be good to pass the scrutiny of dist'll:rs
with ovcr 130 years experience behind t:icm.

JOHNIE WALV6E
BORN 1 r"2 L -, rot'NG STRONG


.Try it today-you'll agree it's good


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HAIT SUNSunday. January 29th 1956 :


Page 2.0.


Funds For
Rebuilding Abricots
(Continued from Page 1)
mission visited the town to out-
line the project and set off re-
building operations.
Dr. Louis,Roy, president of
the Haitian Red Cross, whdie
efforts wera largely responsible
for the aid given by the big U.S.
company, outlined the. project
to the townspeople.
A vast community center is
to he built, Dr. Roy disclosed,
including an adult education de-
partment, for night classes, a
day nursery for children, dis-
pensary, cinema, co-operaive
workshop, technical school,
meeting hall, and store rooms.
Also envisaged is a public
fountain, e'mpleted by public
showers and toilets, and electric
system, while a loan fund is to
be established or a cooperative
depot, for tools which may be
borrowed for private work.
Long term sales conditions on
construction materials will also
be introduced, -Dr. Roy continu-
ed, and co-operatives w4U be


planned for the fishery, trans- UNSOLVED CRIMES
port and agricultural interests. (Continued from Page 1)
The town's mayor, Mr. Luc An autopsy showed the murd-
Lancivette expressed the grati- er weapon was a machete, the


rude of his townspeople and him
self to the ,Reynolds. officials
and Dr. Roy
On the visiting commission
were: Mr. Rejean, Me. G.N. Le-
ger. Dr. Lauture, Gerard Les-
cot, Emmanuel Racine, Claude
Martin, Mrs. Louis ,Roy, Mrs.
Helen Me Cord, Dr. Lucien
Pierre Noel, Dr. Georges Nico-
las, Engineer Jeremie of the Pu
blic Health Department, Mr.
Berthony Vieux, and Mr. A. Am-
broise.


newspaper continued:
cBut the true mystery of all
these murders is that up to the
present not one guilty person
has been brought in .o the jour-
nal declared. made. but as usual, it was a ques
lion of nothing more than sus-
pect.;.. ,
,All the same, the authorities
are pursuing enqairies,, l'Inde-
pendant> said, &but it appears
the true murderers are well
hidden and defy even the most
careful investigations.x


Crash Not Caused By Airstrip

Pan-American Investigators Say
(Continued from Page 1)


seat of the-plane which has no
'place for a co-pilot.
The oFlying Tiger' pilot,
Jack Talkington was at his
'.iotel, ,Mon Rdve:.>, when the ac-
cident occurred.


THE ONE AND ONLY




Tl RORO


and his maoic drum
FEATURED BY
EL RANCHO HOTEL
Petionville
every
Monday Thursday.- evening
(Dinner-Dancing EL RANCHO)


NOTICE
The public is' advised that from now on the Passenger
Transportation Service of the Aviation Corps-of the Hai-
tian Army will be known as

,Compagnie Haitienne de Transports
Aeriens or COHATA
Also, the parties interested are advised that begininig
January 16th a ir.luictiorn of 10% on round-trip tickets
will be allowed any person using planes of the COHATA
for travel to the pro- inches that are served by .this compa-


ny:
Port-au-Prince Jicrniel $4.00
One-Way Ticket
Port-au-Prince Caves 8.00
Port-au-Prince J1r&'.nie 9.00
Caves Jeremie 6.00
Port-au-Prince Hi;ncie 6.00


$ 7.20
Round-Trip
14.40
16.20
10.80
10.80


General Headquarters of the Aviation Corps
of the Haitian Army
Bowen Field,' Pourt-au-Prince, Haiti
January 11, 1956.
Port-au-Prince -- CGonaives 7.00 12.60
Port-au-Prince Cap-laitien 8.00 14.40
Port-au-Prince -- Port-de-Paix 9.00 16.20
Cap-Haitien Port-de-Paix 9.00 16j20
Hinche Gon.ives 6s50 11.7p

G. EDOUARD ROY
Lt. :,dondi CA. Arme.e.d'Haiti
Comnmandant Corps d'Aviation


Dearborn, who possesses a
pilot's license, was 'not yet
,checked outb to fly a plane of
the Mosquito's type. He was
checking himself out, amassing
the specified number of air
hours, after the regular pilot
had refused to accompany him.
Eye witnesses said the came-'
raman.brought the big plane
in for a landing at 150 m.p.h,
but Dea:-born reported his speed
at 135 in.l:.h. Hitting the run-
way in a -hree point landing
1200 feet 'from the south end,
the aircraft bounced into the
air, came down agai. on two*
wheels, and 2200 feet down the
5.500 ft, '-unway, the pilot lost
control.
Dearborn -says he applied the
left brake to avoid workers on
the strip, but airport officials
pointed out that this would have
been a surprising reaction wlnn
the workers were on the grass,
bordering the left side of the
runway.
The crash is attributed to the
pilot's unfamiliarity with so
powerful an aircraft, which
caused him to misjudge his land
ing and lose control 'of the pla-
ne

Haiti Recognizes
-Sudan Constitution
The Haitian Government 1.ns
recognized the new Constitution
of the Sudan, Foreign Minister
Joseph D. Charles announced
this week.

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'216307' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file132' 'sip-files00012.pro'
0578b0b581c872898e568ba27012a580
5e8cb1fda0e31ad176bc30fe718647f1373d3c53
describe
virus check
'133244' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file133' 'sip-files00013.pro'
3ad8ff912621f32743e3d68c8d20e7d5
4d0de08e4efb26f53fa0544d4812bcd0e63d470f
'2014-05-15T05:49:36-04:00'
describe
virus check
'35424' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file134' 'sip-files00014.pro'
7cff4e60bc5885bd34ed6c9c3203c50c
7b210355333cc57edd7b2cbe7625b8fa7feb7ccf
describe
virus check
'6106' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file135' 'sip-files00015.pro'
1dc3a4289698f3bf1323bd53e35fc2ba
1f1409417cb8d630c87f2a7fb0624d779006f6c2
describe
virus check
'42080' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file136' 'sip-files00016.pro'
d64ee88d9ad42dbdec690f843be495eb
f2f0867fb4bac6aee7cdd853f5c750557eb57677
describe
'2014-05-15T05:49:06-04:00'
virus check
'126882' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file137' 'sip-files00017.pro'
1948a9730b0133d4082f1b8ec4cfb3ce
6b537cca0d4b2d026383b098054335c6733c829d
'2014-05-15T05:51:00-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:48:10-04:00'
virus check
'152278' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file138' 'sip-files00018.pro'
55117f1389dad40982fb62a29417f71d
236de57563fd795cfe5576f8fbe3f25b760c8d1b
'2014-05-15T05:49:53-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:46:50-04:00'
virus check
'134909' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file139' 'sip-files00019.pro'
1d642eac3ba5e34cb294a6212c4262ed
7308f4d6200616e69ad09a15d18874bede774d10
'2014-05-15T05:50:26-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:47:00-04:00'
virus check
'53182944' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file14' 'sip-files00014.tif'
dd20cb37cfd0641dd2e0562837eb1b78
db48dd9b95c16bf2682186abd0efd7a8562069eb
'2014-05-15T05:49:23-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:46:10-04:00'
virus check
'180143' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file140' 'sip-files00020.pro'
4b8a4b5465acbe81b031c99c675b5374
8b6c758e7ac89f698566818f1f1ce2b1bff34285
describe
'2014-05-15T05:48:44-04:00'
virus check
'157985' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file141' 'sip-files00021.pro'
1d2cc19462a373616a8b8bdc4597f4da
3c9d891a0a8616954047e17f176e35d364244b90
describe
virus check
'167637' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file142' 'sip-files00022.pro'
f77e4caa094c53f925437874006c48e6
a5dcac13d8975d74e8d95c7a578d2e9c2dc06bee
'2014-05-15T05:50:54-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:47:54-04:00'
virus check
'332106' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file143' 'sip-files00023.pro'
d840b0ab45a0cc8190afc45516442268
d6a0eeb08c2b4c736be17b5e9a833e03663580f8
describe
virus check
'136500' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file144' 'sip-files00024.pro'
bc77da0946bd53ec388c5515d293e021
3324c74da43116b301a7f2244f644948d3bcdc92
'2014-05-15T05:49:20-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:46:04-04:00'
virus check
'12307' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file145' 'sip-files00001.txt'
e84afc451a822ad6a8879e3e5175b76b
e837d21013fb1d37ac23817a6ec78426db623e1b
'2014-05-15T05:51:06-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-15T05:48:22-04:00'
virus check
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
Invalid character
'8578' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file146' 'sip-files00002.txt'
91b0c92296e6cc465abf08a6dea95c1b
6cc4f5938c6fa1e8ef25a607930acd0aa818fa71
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'11940' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file147' 'sip-files00003.txt'
3e11d134d99872599a8acf89464c6296
14a16a46f6951da91a27daef5866a9f621b0ea34
'2014-05-15T05:49:51-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-15T05:46:48-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8903' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file148' 'sip-files00004.txt'
1bedc329b42f98e5ec2acd2009574c64
f8a2d265f23563ba70f48f296d6f59605f1ebd27
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5814' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file149' 'sip-files00005.txt'
8d8ae836e626b5c5c7f46bffe6e35fe8
877cc0cb94b12b6a3067f0831a68c97b387880bf
'2014-05-15T05:50:46-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-15T05:47:38-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'48127482' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file15' 'sip-files00015.tif'
fb0b11e93447b7b201a1452ef888a695
1068352299bfd9c25bf832a6f941bbda3765ee5b
'2014-05-15T05:51:33-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:49:12-04:00'
virus check
'4224' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file150' 'sip-files00006.txt'
aa61e6a287215b5e32401697f91466a1
c4cedbc04e51eed283dcd1a23ca007abcd6bde3c
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5133' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file151' 'sip-files00007.txt'
d74c3f0a60fe1699b2f8cdba74d564b1
8e6721f0b83c384690b2ad17ab3514acff30fe2a
describe
virus check
'6007' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file152' 'sip-files00008.txt'
86da520d07ed2860755052e537380f71
18bfee4477cd22e7b7faa9f3f58e488644f21e4a
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-15T05:48:35-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'1882' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file153' 'sip-files00009.txt'
54206d268712b88e1e5fe225717074d9
963542bf84999da86fc3fd2b42bfa2aeeda3fc2c
'2014-05-15T05:50:45-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'1369' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file154' 'sip-files00010.txt'
0836775237370ffcc8a0a0a244c46423
24c5480cb89dc47fc8703e7c9ba1cdfbf6a46174
'2014-05-15T05:51:11-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-15T05:48:30-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7246' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file155' 'sip-files00011.txt'
68625300209975dcb9d9e8f4841f96ea
0fc54d6e7e454ad683a7f3a79a4094bf4a4df339
describe
virus check
'8340' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file156' 'sip-files00012.txt'
9d39f3d1e06325e6cdc8de206876fceb
7a7d4c8ba68e822d4717632fd8ab823a85da5b5b
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-15T05:46:49-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5771' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file157' 'sip-files00013.txt'
df45df9ef1ed803d6e5ce666907fe86a
7776e90b3d3c2f470ccd540d92bf99991aaa4820
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'1505' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file158' 'sip-files00014.txt'
9763308c9b710a50f568d61d90910a50
6c661cb739f8c6da6cab9dda8871dcaf13f9ea60
'2014-05-15T05:50:47-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'252' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file159' 'sip-files00015.txt'
e3aa9503d24d05fbb707a7719fc3e02b
aa92df9f290c990ed4af82f5eff2150685641bda
'2014-05-15T05:50:25-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50005686' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file16' 'sip-files00016.tif'
c5b6809d60c471c90205a1c264d809a0
98c1879c0660c414972ed14aa096a99320e36fbf
'2014-05-15T05:50:30-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:47:07-04:00'
virus check
'1965' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file160' 'sip-files00016.txt'
2a7046e33709939c840a9b4eca06e7e6
dcb1670ec83eff009fea9ae28ec36d8beb1356b1
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5555' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file161' 'sip-files00017.txt'
ec7fac339d529c34e4bb0b1d55640b68
1692114cebd88293b3154b89466676bdb5969ac6
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-15T05:47:01-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7032' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file162' 'sip-files00018.txt'
02daab84304efaa0a943bb1592c5cbd2
caa866d1c039f8215074765f5f130703fe011177
'2014-05-15T05:49:42-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-15T05:46:34-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5621' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file163' 'sip-files00019.txt'
7c41f04cbc7167d6732aa7cf1f7cb837
e4ae6b0a1f3b9127c0db48d28e1ef4dac44e1158
'2014-05-15T05:49:34-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:46:24-04:00'
virus check
'7713' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file164' 'sip-files00020.txt'
640f25ac09116e1e6a4d0c3c7db24e33
2ea497b3f636a8af3f2af78cd769b381e47f517d
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7046' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file165' 'sip-files00021.txt'
09b7782d652881f35d387624054c03ab
8f824197a3421646ac935c372e2ad3647e462c13
'2014-05-15T05:49:31-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7152' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file166' 'sip-files00022.txt'
dc47a6cc3d0b4319367c335735e291f1
f3ccb14691215373fea7bd421bc9ecb6d2524105
'2014-05-15T05:49:25-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-15T05:46:12-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'13936' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file167' 'sip-files00023.txt'
55a8907c0fde3acd18f08f34e5773660
1ca5ae1fe780ab22eb710b901952357777437637
'2014-05-15T05:51:23-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5781' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file168' 'sip-files00024.txt'
f03214be41a218febe8483b2ba426fcc
f85823bb49488296e301681f88f45365a0c03c90
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'35531' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file169' 'sip-filesAA00015023_00351.mets'
62f1504b7b0ca24bd7f9eb6c1ea5aa87
2d1f739bb3c0cbcb7cfcec8c20820f29eb5aaf00
describe
virus check
xml resolution
'52290636' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file17' 'sip-files00017.tif'
6175ee9fa3e2f0bec6c76027cb490d4f
8079ce151bd92872b6771a7b2d7b2ab963b28ddc
'2014-05-15T05:49:40-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:46:31-04:00'
virus check
'49158954' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file18' 'sip-files00018.tif'
6d2dc51af8c0de4b32df1f35fd128b0f
289240952d9df0b703e9d18ae8dcc8f043140c7e
'2014-05-15T05:51:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48496656' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file19' 'sip-files00019.tif'
f434bbbfeb931604b6c36c199b865507
c43f2c2207ab2c985b988c24b70ae791ec4bb53b
'2014-05-15T05:49:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'51023862' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file2' 'sip-files00002.tif'
ecafe55136405cb6301ed0ef785c1a90
87e8d97a89344462d727887841f2ba22a5f831c9
'2014-05-15T05:49:56-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:46:56-04:00'
virus check
'48432312' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file20' 'sip-files00020.tif'
d871a2b53fc22086c4194de198f1ef8e
3a33a51132d627c6cb7b15b8dd63e895bcc6d2b1
describe
virus check
'50348988' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file21' 'sip-files00021.tif'
4de92613d7ac32a90ea5c5ebf06fa8cc
3a7eaf4a1f8e4918c906f97ed78662b0b8e69aa2
describe
virus check
'48283740' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file22' 'sip-files00022.tif'
3af9058805c87626cb7955b623746639
26901568d089a92abddf5e0b2bc0645bd64d6b2e
describe
virus check
'49682502' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file23' 'sip-files00023.tif'
5c6730038a5f73f9ba8844004fb7f1f9
0a7c49516c160336174401641a887f4d3c44e6e5
'2014-05-15T05:50:42-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:47:31-04:00'
virus check
'49336290' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file24' 'sip-files00024.tif'
e70d56744eff8a484ec9e80253d556dc
bdaace722b85712c891159ea01df0b47275c9494
describe
virus check
'2106878' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file25' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
caa8eee9b389e1cf47caec634238f23e
06424fe33f832fc1f285078510ee3e17ed3b4e95
describe
virus check
'2126095' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file26' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
d0bb6df9d9bf98aca6df7a5778202f4b
13220723c6fe177a6a6eca4139f9912b67d8cb1e
describe
'2014-05-15T05:47:39-04:00'
virus check
'2053475' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file27' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
390a8da7a0eb8c515eec699ee5f05293
7b54420b5ea05edb18b3f4976f1778297df60a70
'2014-05-15T05:50:48-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2068377' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file28' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
8369b9248acbbf39e42a0825dd0977d6
1c0c5767399e40af5e5992e334f7f3abacffb8d6
describe
virus check
'2050742' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file29' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
30d1034832de362b04d899546f9ce456
13aa369d53906ec8d14bb8bed6b14f4f7d9b7d76
describe
virus check
'49281030' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file3' 'sip-files00003.tif'
0c2d358c3e566bf365d425a574316ee4
10b26448ae43e548203e40a95f45cc227640b520
'2014-05-15T05:49:47-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:46:41-04:00'
virus check
'2081151' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file30' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
204cbce57ee63382257b5f7545c5c8a1
1263aae6e3f6690def1b46d364f5f76f4877d2c5
describe
virus check
'2039625' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file31' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
880effd2db7f2df527670f3bb662e413
3388b2b2a2dc63a8b6416b3389810ff62a85da54
'2014-05-15T05:50:51-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:47:47-04:00'
virus check
'2065807' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file32' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
de8989166fa7abeb10ea17b0c4ca9e6a
06b1784fe56ee45d9032324138891134507a0f20
describe
'2014-05-15T05:47:20-04:00'
virus check
'2011566' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file33' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
0a16e3bc0ba9c4fc9b3e4b484d47f1f6
8e87dd6a8ef8ef1944e1d58b1f1263e76ef86186
describe
virus check
'2005681' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file34' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
c3fb70624871cd652a4321631ee53e7d
b5483992e41a3de5c9d7669e3eb014c7e41739a1
'2014-05-15T05:51:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2187972' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file35' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
738dce56c0afe9d091cc73c283a2f13c
e4b349ad73089727b7e509836c963e4e2c46f1f1
describe
virus check
'2198489' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file36' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
26ea494d956296c3e94203f8a353dd70
c37d3fdd157236712d97349e9262729df73e4a8b
'2014-05-15T05:50:11-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:46:57-04:00'
virus check
'2198243' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file37' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
5799bdd0d2eea0588ef25c3775c7f22a
21e99b4a92b1f41815fe6186dc13686fe7ab7eb4
describe
virus check
'2216031' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file38' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
043a6af07033ef60a9a216e96b9546db
c373f569e9733834556ab05cde7955b599053ba2
'2014-05-15T05:50:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2005413' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file39' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
e4e71c4b149d6780d12269567599dd41
6edba95e510b584c924cffee5eccd4f508d4c36d
describe
'2014-05-15T05:46:33-04:00'
virus check
'49638964' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file4' 'sip-files00004.tif'
c854a007de65802464ff41380dc0de42
b93e8cf37ac90b9e6eab0686571bc3b06efb90c3
describe
'2014-05-15T05:47:46-04:00'
virus check
'2083661' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file40' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
9ce864f4a1e3bacb8fe26dd789d5bf57
b528dd47b9d127b3c7b283575b95a24bf232f3ff
describe
virus check
'2178787' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file41' 'sip-files00017.jp2'
d98699b353bbc7dd1037e50645a2b074
06137389aea90c5dc5758b978b6c046d7cd70aac
describe
virus check
'2048391' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file42' 'sip-files00018.jp2'
6322a302b01722873fa97166f2b8b72d
54558a1242b28f649872fbb3ba8efb54d74f8cfa
describe
virus check
'2020769' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file43' 'sip-files00019.jp2'
69597c9892068694a97eeba07792e795
1cf59b5e0dacc39b0d2f4f85c08aaa44d0bab1a0
'2014-05-15T05:51:15-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2018113' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file44' 'sip-files00020.jp2'
ac90811a533bdf726d690835297b90b2
da9620b43a066c28a5aeacae6d41de1d73b4290c
describe
virus check
'2097970' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file45' 'sip-files00021.jp2'
09551033b9fa87ef8fb0fafdd69679e2
4bea8fd4c6a28a4383b7090fe2ea2eb606e11727
describe
'2014-05-15T05:48:24-04:00'
virus check
'2011919' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file46' 'sip-files00022.jp2'
ba17a244e95b15fbc4e590acb9f380cb
cd8410fad05c9c2445f022a681426f908728d094
'2014-05-15T05:50:32-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:47:09-04:00'
virus check
'2070184' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file47' 'sip-files00023.jp2'
e57139b40cb60d01db1877eb0532778e
87bffc34c0c48d59707d6cf7f27e15408c656903
describe
virus check
'2055780' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file48' 'sip-files00024.jp2'
74c9f88496d0b24e774197b85e7a068c
4e4a6b8e18abc99426a53f69f4317577682be6f5
describe
virus check
'675979' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file49' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
f612eb3527a999cf7510b5bc35a055bb
11b720a6be93d43502e07d1ffba3ee32366b2ede
'2014-05-15T05:51:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49216050' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file5' 'sip-files00005.tif'
287af2c2c911dcf2e72b8aec6321f9a2
892aa5bb996437db00e28eb97b5242e079c5544a
'2014-05-15T05:50:58-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:48:09-04:00'
virus check
'65392' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file50' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
6a8f0f2746de764b6aaadd029fe200bc
b56c7434a153411d9c43bcd11bc4b10ed9e505e8
'2014-05-15T05:49:48-04:00'
describe
virus check
'703677' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file51' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
1d4885ac89eb73464bdbe3e3f373d857
93da9b7595c92680a95a85fa5064debbc55b4824
'2014-05-15T05:49:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'75172' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file52' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
d1d11c60af08216761cba46cb3762ade
f9aa527940c6cf0e85df96d56fbc8fa0aa5af5ce
describe
virus check
'766076' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file53' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
d265fe807303e6bcc967bf5b0600c16d
4d5afb6e301840574f50dc61e4e11db1a8a53d99
describe
'2014-05-15T05:47:40-04:00'
virus check
'73619' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file54' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
d4a9c098c533f8b61577d3d83444139d
961e83bb304643b064e5a15ea9819db9fad9e5e7
describe
virus check
'690233' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file55' 'sip-files00004.jpg'
04d73c1700db09babe83faf004d33cda
32c58b11c603ff901138a5357544b36ca0d7dc50
'2014-05-15T05:49:38-04:00'
describe
virus check
'72862' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file56' 'sip-files00004.QC.jpg'
86554d41ded50f9b218962f3c6498d6b
483239f83256ee514cc72daf5117822939748132
describe
virus check
'738233' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file57' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
68e244dcbbed4a150664ef6daba3fb02
a40673f3e77c3ff2342f0a5e81dbfbfa8c8bb15c
describe
virus check
'77686' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file58' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
66f3ff4ddeda76886cdf0730c30c50a8
0ef7f5d9fde85b63c3c1eb920106db477f1f4f51
describe
virus check
'680901' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file59' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
b90cee0dcbd79153b430800684551ab9
3e6a89f5fdb0ef55e2a0ec88d98f06ff52e55b12
'2014-05-15T05:50:59-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49945158' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file6' 'sip-files00006.tif'
f20e7c8a4d73994590a6e40c8e4d03ce
f8487c0b2c8566c50ac5727b346f35ab3c7cd894
describe
'2014-05-15T05:48:21-04:00'
virus check
'66586' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file60' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
ca712e802665aa9e5f674383b9c5d5c0
73662a5d748edb183d412f32f6eadc2103ccdd2a
describe
virus check
'661548' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file61' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
a202eed56c2e1636381483a1b4ea6fec
2fb1f8e7ccdea7db2ddb847e8eb3f3216a5a9625
describe
virus check
'70736' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file62' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
1d85aa036627603a2ca2152a316a2336
dd501f8655c1269605791114c0017ad0a05174fd
'2014-05-15T05:49:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'716998' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file63' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
c7783f6f35f348e09a8ea86f959850c4
a7824d98ab1f72807cc4f2b0f3262ee8ce5960bb
'2014-05-15T05:51:14-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:48:33-04:00'
virus check
'76580' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file64' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
266ebf7e8518fb48400e94a919adad57
b7b73e05318d99b107760a849c6d9a064a1b962b
describe
virus check
'722386' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file65' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
709adba394ebb09f863930ee5c83fbd6
74715b8ec285812a82536af4f0fc1ea74eb8d576
'2014-05-15T05:50:43-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:47:32-04:00'
virus check
'79276' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file66' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
14c4d58c0d3f7c077f1131c64431ba86
cf5e73d637d79f1521f525cdee0edaa8f2708b63
describe
virus check
'699216' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file67' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
aea90fc89455c612a35fa304848503fa
dde18115eca78b52f76cf7c68943cb06711f7fd6
'2014-05-15T05:51:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'78630' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file68' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
d03362c97bcebf1bae260eb0d1ed58b8
41d20b895541d2cbd1f2b4e1030318b1bb40ae9e
describe
virus check
'640761' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file69' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
bfa952076114a8a6413005217aa4baf2
a46286dc025c0862e725444b8441eb41e667c168
describe
virus check
'48948822' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file7' 'sip-files00007.tif'
5868fda0cd0be0169bf9fae8de962752
a8a0029b4b07a9f2796a6a6810b31ba5fa6ece55
'2014-05-15T05:51:20-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:48:41-04:00'
virus check
'71566' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file70' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
8012e2ee0c08e9115d502040e6fc1cf0
96a8a3951ef63cbdabba2647e53f247318a5d910
'2014-05-15T05:49:24-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:46:11-04:00'
virus check
'738348' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file71' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
f21c6ab41cf41af7b5d00e9e2043652c
311ce375406e3777808cc40cfa35549a80e7ab82
describe
virus check
'80001' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file72' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
48270fd32235908915edebede87521f4
f8656271d706283e1b4e904fd2b161929bc1fcd9
describe
virus check
'677603' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file73' 'sip-files00013.jpg'
bd856dabc457a0a8cc0c96628ebc5e81
42e71940430cec85aaec8fc4ca3fab84c43f6938
describe
virus check
'77146' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file74' 'sip-files00013.QC.jpg'
bd13cddb960f3c0a4ed56cda9c69e23a
d8abdd235f914e748bd68594c3c30cab3f1cb0f5
describe
virus check
'705206' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file75' 'sip-files00014.jpg'
0580769a070c9f9c1b1314a07116fc25
5140defd85f7e8e3e03b28c03c4450a7a6bd2925
describe
virus check
'81733' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file76' 'sip-files00014.QC.jpg'
8773021e114ac9bdac258772588432e6
444904faf4468d9edcedf899b02459a7728f2cb1
describe
virus check
'645553' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file77' 'sip-files00015.jpg'
301a963d3a19a095a62918c385c7536c
b55ae9237bdba3e46515737c6c6593810506810c
describe
virus check
'69188' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file78' 'sip-files00015.QC.jpg'
5c047bb59d4fe7670bf1d92f05329f77
738a5e2fcc352dfbf65e98714104ff5972ccbdf0
describe
virus check
'599191' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file79' 'sip-files00016.jpg'
d9ad86ac0c360e36103cb0da1a2a1076
e54157a8c69a15a0d41c539366584682728d65d8
describe
virus check
'49577670' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file8' 'sip-files00008.tif'
491a0655e271f0668e8edca34ed0bb8e
e1e8eff5f42758172dfddf63c9cadbe6977939db
'2014-05-15T05:51:25-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:48:50-04:00'
virus check
'59101' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file80' 'sip-files00016.QC.jpg'
ba7bfc31bebbd0f541ac22c7ab79ace0
eb0147d800a28478564587afc9ce77be60dc356e
describe
virus check
'648835' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file81' 'sip-files00017.jpg'
6b83e7958a0fb7b6ae062a038832de06
7d7c77715911a9a1cfba2ca131287a990e088574
describe
virus check
'60465' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file82' 'sip-files00017.QC.jpg'
3a5a297f7e68e649b698e7291dfb792e
a6fd080ed16094f55ead69ab3cd282e6228b2046
describe
virus check
'699884' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file83' 'sip-files00018.jpg'
830643c2a22a07cd3a834ac311744c45
68af23eed7d87f4fd3e7f7c101e512519946e13c
describe
virus check
'71952' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file84' 'sip-files00018.QC.jpg'
658413b5548d8f0c5181152cd7463558
e224a3a2f5769b6fc7f6e1a68894c9e0f98d0749
describe
virus check
'670587' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file85' 'sip-files00019.jpg'
766dec1fc96c78e0dc2bb666948f724c
14f44124df1a9b1f068795d7d274ed7533601b6e
describe
virus check
'73266' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file86' 'sip-files00019.QC.jpg'
3ee79b1bb0a02607ab3bef255c44157b
133641301d95c6e1d9a8692e186dff27d22d19d0
describe
virus check
'745609' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file87' 'sip-files00020.jpg'
fbc69495d91183e7ffd386c3f2cb60ce
6d7271b8711336a1a5555b6e5e3e17ea46df0b63
describe
virus check
'73966' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file88' 'sip-files00020.QC.jpg'
5f50f4675eac45b9c1ddcaec6f92cbdb
6c7d4936b507d9fdea3c643128331c73323e0860
describe
virus check
'694025' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file89' 'sip-files00021.jpg'
b54a5f8d050bfd22050ddfc1fc4139ff
d082b29365afb53dafc68db412e6fdada232e5e6
describe
virus check
'48275778' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file9' 'sip-files00009.tif'
761386fc57eee619fb2f6331ab5ecc65
6abd1a13ca4d541682823a214e0aadb0d5fbbff5
'2014-05-15T05:50:53-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T05:47:53-04:00'
virus check
'72475' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file90' 'sip-files00021.QC.jpg'
4b8deb4b7d7a714fd9be3be231517b56
47fd8f113f96597061b6cca38d4ff626d223dcb2
describe
virus check
'747592' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file91' 'sip-files00022.jpg'
daf2b4db7df9f38d497b84642d37b6a5
007f65e12aecc3fb2e29b1a18bdb5904dfe4e609
describe
virus check
'72539' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file92' 'sip-files00022.QC.jpg'
3ed456e54ab6258a9315d06fcaff7510
63b0b13328ec68d494730e48051b829701e656f4
describe
virus check
'771404' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file93' 'sip-files00023.jpg'
4a7004caf357f6552090cfa47fdaee8a
d7243baff5587024ebf90f94c0762f224800dba0
'2014-05-15T05:51:32-04:00'
describe
virus check
'79029' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file94' 'sip-files00023.QC.jpg'
7ea0af8e961d057db7690c4a7e3a1a7e
fe5a455688036a177c779af594474bfface823c8
describe
virus check
'742634' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file95' 'sip-files00024.jpg'
f3aeb0522aadcac512b88cd59714ced0
771467383fd5496508dcb76c9a505d36616b7983
'2014-05-15T05:49:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'78268' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file96' 'sip-files00024.QC.jpg'
b11c8d5396371fa6e9b0272606f90e86
d845c77910fc6de9ee908762f60fa5a45ddb0edc
describe
virus check
'15019' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file97' 'sip-files00001thm.jpg'
8fe53bb034c42ac391072f10f4702f56
c97e55737cab8885c929dcdaa1c35a128380f880
describe
virus check
'17478' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file98' 'sip-files00002thm.jpg'
1d251056802c8a9cec2657f7735444d1
46aad4867869ecf439b10ba18ecb6c1c9ff12339
describe
virus check
'16644' 'info:fdaEKQ1KBPMU_4WZX22file99' 'sip-files00003thm.jpg'
23f3d5199a2570353fcc70a13a8c6028
fb852d37cb68a087fa8af386bb12feefd576acf9
'2014-05-15T05:50:24-04:00'
describe
virus check


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