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THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Port au Prince Rkpublique d'Haiti Telephone 2061 SUNDAY,' FEB. 19th. 1956 'No. 22


Dr. Sails Dugout Canoe From AfricaTo Haiti


Strined Diplomatic {'-' 7 .----- ..... ..

Relations In ]

uanvww And C. T. w 1 2


Diplomatic relations between
Havana and Ciudad-Trujillo
over the past several days are
reported to he in a state of ten-
sion. The Dominican Amnbassa-
dor to Cuba was recalled by His
SGovernmemn for urgent and se-
rious consultation.-

General Felix Hermida, Chief
of Staff of the Dominican Army,
stated in a declaration to the
United Press that General Fran-
cisco Tabernilla, Chief of Staff
of the 'Cuban Army was accused
of having distributed arms taken
from.:Athe fort L.a Cabana. in
Wavana, to several Dominican
Exiles for an armed* movement
against the person and the go-
vernment of Generaliassimno Ra-
fael Leottidas Trujillo y Molina,
Benefactor of the Dominlean
Fathberlaid and Father of the
New ilatherland, the 25th anni-
versary of a glorious and immna-
culate reign.


Dr. Hannes Lindeman is shown on the bow of his dugout Liberiab
being towed into port by a small rowboat -.Note the rowboat is larg-
er than the craft that crossed the' Atlantic. In the background are other
sailboats that dwarf the dugout.


Salvador's Minister Of Public Works

Praises Peligre Dam Work


Belatoms wIth Salvador
were cemented to "an teverlast-
Lng fixrm ess this past week
with the Wisit of :a five member
crnKxnoannnII andA n.'nn4riJI


In the presence of such an ac- Qdlegation from that Republic
cusatibn, the Cuban Army Staff to aftL
Chief made.a formalI-entel o' /
the chre
tihe r cags"ob *iM i" 'I.The delegation was composed
byec.0ta r. h'.ensouf:.. : Iimister of Public Works
maSecre flatr o ieti% Cba. mgiaesr Don Atilio Garcia
madea flt e"~"ia 1 "t" sai" e ." PiT ; Minister of Agriculture
s .e-s ,-on /.ose Ticdlas Mora; Engine-
o'g ad fI NE "er D'aos Waldez, of the
gat ropan 0a i-,'S' 'I 'River Dam Project; En-
of Vjinlo cfantaslieth' S'ier Doni Eduardo Lahud of-
o f uasi ntatsbh WitA ha'thA. Hydraulic Service; and JA"
ob of m ntheneairome Fsher, resident engineer
S(Covtwinedr on Page 2) representing Tippetis-Abbett-Me.'.


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The President's charming daughters' Paule and Yola, Franvoise Des-
quiron and, friend arriving at the Iraditionsal Port au Princien Club's
'Annual Mardi Gras Children's Ball,


Carthy-Stratten ( TAMS '" i
Salvador. "
'.They came' to Haiti on the
invitation of TAMS, who ar
designing and supervising the
construction of a 20 million doL
lar 300 kilometer highway
opening up the coastal area o
the Central American Republic
Their main objecdtive in visiting
Haiti wa.r :o observe the work
(done here hy TAMS on the Pe
ligite Dam project
Minister rd" Public Works, En
gimeer Don Atilioe Garcia Prie
to told the a Sun z that although
Salvador had, this month finish
ed its second dam 'no large irri
gation systems have as yet pass
ed the blueprint stage.
; Their two dams, the A Guaya
;bo v on the Lempa 'River and
the new Guija Lake Dam, ge
.nerate electric power only, at
the present stage, but in the
very near future they expect to


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THEATRE D'HATI t'OPENS
TOMORROW

Under the High Patronage
of His Excellency, the President
of the Republic, the Theatre
d'Haiti oDeiis tomorrow, Mon-
day February 20th, with Jean
Anouilh's French adaptation of
eMEDEE.

The lon awaited event, the
opening of the new Haitian The-
ater at MNrrnc Hercule, Petion-
Ville, is expected to draw
throngs of spectators to the
hi autiful amrnhithcater built by
Playwright F Ilo: isseau-Leroy.
I Wandh'a nln:,y the leading role
of qMedde r. The well-known
Haitian actress expressed her
enthusiasm in ina short phrase:
r-This is the rolee of my life. *


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World's Largest

Aircraft Carrier

Due This Month

The USS Forestal, largest air-
craft carrier in the world, will
arrive in Haitian waters in com-
pany with the submarine Sennet
on the 25th or 26th of February.
There will be a total -of 1,236 of-
ficers' and 3:217 enlisted men
strolling through the streets of
Port-au4Prince.
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The Forestal is named after
James C. Forestal, Secretary of
the Navy from 194447 and Se-
cretary of Defense from 1948-


Pilot With Greates4
Time In Air To Call


Here Today On Last Trip

Basil Rowe, veteran Pan Ame-
rican Airways pilot with 25 years
of service, calls in Haiti today
on his last flight for Pan Axneri-
can. He is flying flight 436 from
Venezuela to Miami, via Port-
au-Prince, where he is retiring.

Rowe has flown more than
any Other person in the history
of aviation. With 35,000 hours in
the air he has never had an ac-
cident and no crew member or
passenger on any of his flights
has been injured.

David Gossett and the PAA
personal here wvfl" have toSorg3
the traditional champagne whdn
Rowe's plane stops off here at
Bbwen Field asPAA pilots ban
not drink while on duty, They
hope to .have a coke with him
in any case. \ ;


NAVIGATED IN
NARROWEST BOAT
(2,9 Inches Wide) .
TO CROSS ATLANTIC

Dr. Hannes Lindeman: arrive&'
in Port-au-Prince in time for Car-
nival last week by cCa0on ,( '
from Jacmel accom'pli ii d *0t
he set out to do in Liberia, North
Africa; to -cross the,,Atlabtic to
Haiti in a dugout mahogany canoe.
Dr. Lindeman, born near. Ham-
burg in 1922 and a graduate of
Hambi.r medicall School, may
easily go down in history as the
man who sailed alone in the nar-
rowest craft ever to cross the at-
lantic. The tall bearded English-
Freoch-Spanish speaking G&man
said that A.maller boat.attempted.
crossing the'Atlaptic but never
reached its 'di-ftination. 'The -own-..'
ec was downed. '
'Besting up'in Port from boils
and.-sores on:his arm. jand Back,
which were caused on the last lap
of his voyage to Haiti fom t.ie
Domincan Republic when' tao
+days out of Jacmel .a rim"e day;
storm kept him drenched..i nd
struggling but nevei' quite able
to reach the- safety 'of dty laid,
the ex-German Army infantryman
announced tiit he would: ow at-
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tI Dr. Lindeman resting up wit..
Canadian Ministeboils after historic trip..
Canadian P. W. Minister .....
S tempt to wa-ite a book, sell the
Spends 2 Days Here 'photos he took on the voyage ind.,
later go on a lecture tour of the
Ectitte Home United States. He stated that he
,ouie Hwome anted to use the profits to buy.
a larger boat and continue his
Canadian Public WOqyks Mi- travels.
nister Robert H'. Winters and' avigang witha U.S.
Mrs. Winters stopped off in av'Force bubble isextant, now com.Air.
Haiti last Monday for a two da, Force bubbl sextant, 'now corn
visit enroute home from Bra- pletely ruined by salt spray, an
zil where he attended the inau- American Navigation tables book
,guration of the new president. and a compass he made the jour-
I ney in a narrow 29 inch wide
The distinguished Canadianand 24 foot long dugout built in
hhI Liberia by fishermen. While work
visitors were received by the e t Fren e or
Honorable President of the Re-' ing in the two Firestone Hospitals
public and various other mem- in Liberia he first decided to
bers of his government during come to Haiti and so study' the
hers of his short stay government during contrasts between the two coun"
his short stay in Haiti.
tries After working in England
Ihe had been e'.ploye in French
Mr. Winters was accompanied Moroco andbe the:'l got his firstench
by Canadian Fishery Ministerg"opos got his first .
and his wife Mrs. James Sain- limpse of Africa.
clair, Naval Attache of the Ca- As he knew the trip would be
expensive, and his hard earned
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D4tor, ail I Dugout Canoe


From Africa To Haiti

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savings rapidly used up, he decid- inspiration of his journey, almost
ed to, take 'photographs of, the ended in disaster in the Gulf of
journey and use them for lectu- Guinea. The keel wasn't heavy
res.and magazine illustrations and enough and for four days he strug
' later publish them in a book. For gled to balance the craft, hamper-
more than ten years Dr. Linde- ed by one partially paralized arm
man.had been a student of Ocean that resulted" from a bullet wound
pgraphy and photography and while fighting on the Eastern
knew just what he was- getting front, as it rolled and refused" to
into ftind came properly prepared sail. On his fourth day he recalls
with a mountainous- pile of Ko- that he got quite drunk from
dachroin e ppd akfa film and lack of sleep and when he came
SKodachrome for. his Bdlex- mo- to he discovered that he had
vie.. Upon arr-iva'in Port he took thrown many of his necessary sup-
sho6s of h e Maidi Gras and s'plic- plies overboard. After 14 days of
ed ibto the.film story of The jour- dangerous sailing made inore
ney.' hazardous when a giant ray took
Near Fatal. Trials his sea anchor, he returned to
His trial run in the dugout, Takoradi' ,on the Gold Coast.
named ULibeia,. because of ,its Back on dry land he decided
mneaging liberty anq ,asp. in boner that expenses in Takoradi were
of the 1mall country, that -w- the too high, a pound a day alone for


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HAITI SUN


keeping the dugout in the harb-
or, and shipped, the boat to Ham-
burg by way of West Africa to
London, where he had a new
nine inch deep keel fitted the
length of the bottom and .a rudd-
er thich could be operated by the
teet as well as by hand, and
thence to Oporto, Portugal.
Dr. Lindeman stated that his
cxpeinces at this time were un-
oclie\able-close to $5,000. The
small craft was' equipped with a
jib, ballon spinnaka and gaff
sail controlled from the tiny
cockpit aft. lie loaded the Libe-
ria with canned foods, 10 quarts
of watrr, figuring a quart of wa-
ter per day, and set out for Hai-
ti by way of French Morocco. He
s!!led vithont fanfare. Not a soul
saw him. off on the remarkable
va%,age.
Ended Up In Sahara
After eleven days at sea he
arrived at Mazagan, in French
Morocco, and from- tire tet
sail for Los Palmns in the Cana-
r." Islands but after losing his
rudder in a four day storm had
to turn back. He finally Arrived
in. -Rio de Oro.& in the Spanish
Sahara by reducing sail and steer
ing- with a paddle.
He was forced to wait the
monthly packet -boat and upon its
arrival sailed ?board with his
dclugouti to Los Palmas where a
shipbuilder repaired the rudder.
Across The 4tlantic

On the 27th of October he bid
goodbye to the Canary Islands ahd
pointed his slim craft in the di-
rection of Haiti. For the fixst 20
days he spotted plenty' of ship-,
Ing, being still in the steamer
lanes along the West African
coast, although he says none of
the ships took the slightest notice;
of his sm.ill craft.

The' ex-school teacher, he taught
History and Geography, hands sport
added that during the voyage
he had plenty of tiihe to day-
dream and recall, his past adve-
tuires. During the course of 'ls
32 years he had led quite anr ad-
venturous career dnd ebuld think
back over the days in the Ger-
man Army as well as the many
times he had travelled German
rivers in Kayaks, a type of
folding rubber boat with a woo-
den frame, and also came to
mind the eXKayakb trips hemade
from Lisb')n to Morroceo and
from Italy to Spain.

-Even though hlie literally had
time on his hands the trip was
never completely dull. After only
a few days out of port his small
primus stove, used for cooking
and at times to dry off, explod-
ed and almost burned up the"
boat before he could tlrow it
overboard. That was the end of
his hot meals. Twenty days out
he wa.i suddenly jolted out of a
nap hby a giant shark that clean-
ly cut the ,quarter-Inch cable he
used for operating the rudder
by foot and from then oAti6 he bad
to guide the boat with the tiller.

Like Colombus
On Christmas Eve Dr. Linde,
man spotted the lights'of Anti-
gun, and .said that though .he
he'd no celebration he gave his
thank! to Ood.D Asked by your
reporter ,vhither he was a .reli-
"'.'.s man he replied, sYes, I
thcnk so Without believing in
"God you can not cross that
ocean. ,- He add.d that he was
.i mem'jer of the Lutheran
Church

'. the 5i1h dav he made his
landfall. St. Croix in the Virgin
v:'.ands. H? r'dmit. to startling
lhb population who found It
hard to b?l!?'ve that he had ac-
rnmpiishei' iuch a feat. The lo-
cal nc';D'sn p*r's only comment
on the mnnun-lutal crossing was


short- he had a very uneven-
voyage. .

As a re:;sult of the cramped
quarters on board the Liberip
he was quite dizzy when he first
s,2t foot on Virgin Island soil but
after an hour on % terra fire >)
the dizziness left him although
his legs were wobbly at the
knees for more than 24 hours.
He attributed his physical well
being to thle daily exercises and
massages and not to any vitamins
taken in tablet form.
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He states quite emphatically
that he took no tablet or pill
form of vitamins during the en-
tire vpyage.


SUNDAY. FEB. 19th. 1956.


the sea, harpooning and eating
raw some of the fish that kept
him company.
In closing the heavy beard-.
ed. blond headed German doct-
or said that he wants to continue
on to the United States and go
on a lecture tour and later write
a book, He plans to save any
money gained from these pro-
jecs to build another and larg--
er boat with which to continue-
his travels. Stopping at the Ma-
jestic on the Champ-de-Mars
he is making arrangements to
have his dugout transported -to
Port-au-Prince this week.

HAVANA AND CI T.


'-His daily menu for the trip (juontznuee tronr rage i.p
consisted of a quart of water,
2009c of red wine, three teas- nal opinion of the political !rte-
poons of honey, one tin of eva- asiness which reigns in the Do-
porated milk, one Utin of meat- nfinican Republic and whfah has
varied pork and beef -' and one forced the Dictator to ftaRe se-
onion. At the close of the voya- veral arrests and even to exe-
ge his body showed no difficien- cute a prominent nTember of his
cv in vitamins from the restrict- personal guard.
,d diet. He added that on a pre-' General Felix 0. Hermidahas
vious voyage he had experiment- reiterated his accusations
ed with drinking salt water but x which are certain, beeause-they
that it made his ankles swell were obtained from a; reliable
up so he left it alone on this last' source against Cuban Arxny
trip. Drinking rain 'water was Chief General Franciso,' Tiaber-
usaless due to the constant salt nilla. C Le Jo'ur Feb' 161-1 )6 .
watir sprnv that covered both
himself -and the ship.
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H? spent a week in St. Croix '
and another week In St. Thomas DELEGATION
and then I-ft for Ciudad Trpjil- I
lo which he lef$ after only four (Continued from' Phge' 1)
days. From Ciudad TrujiIIo to
,tacmpl. Haiti. he claims that he nadian Royal Marines Comodbre
had the most trying part of the H. L. Quinn, Air Attache Como-
entire jm.rnev due to bad weath- dore R. A. Cameron; Mr. Dou'-
er. glas How, chief of Mr. Winter's
cabinet and his wife,' Mi.. P: J'I.
Dr. Lin demaa stated Price, architect of the Foreigni
that lie kept a 200 Affairs M.nistry, and' Mr. Tho-
;)age log of the trip. with],, mas Staeey 'of the ,'Mbntlreal
drietails and interesting observa- Star ; they were received'by the
tions such as that of spotting a Canadian Ch.rge- d'Afairs, andl
gina squid an the surface' of Mrs. Bellemare..


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SINDAAV F.R 19th. 1956I


Mardi Gras finin
Mardi Gras caba
Tarlatane ta t6 si raide, mardi gras sou moin toujou. Chan-
sons yo nan zoreilles toujou:
a qui pas gan B
Mettez tarlatane
Si ous pas gan dolla
Mettez paille bananne.

Minme Roi-a t6 mette Tarlatane. M'pas fouti di sou qui
a li te mnouter-a. Quant i pou Tarlatane, li t0 sou li. Reines
yo, hin bin! feines to manquecr Tarlatane oun ti goutte. Min.
en bas coute tainbou Ti Roro, d(leux mesdemoiselles qui t6
sou char va-a. yo pas capab resister. Ya ba li. Et pi, Pdtion-
ville batty Port-au-Prince nan Tarlatane aller pou vini.
Pou di bagaille-lI claim, m'pito bande mardi gras. L6 Dia-
holo ap passer:
Manman'm voyer 1'Ecolec
M'rdter. nan Diabolo.
L6 Titato ap boulder, quand Tainbou ap bouilli, 16,'ca chaud
vrai, m'pas capab rkter gader Reines ac chars, m'jetter'ni.
M'tomber Tarlatanin. '

Ce coute cou oun citron
Haut cou bois pi haut "
Grand moune cou ti moune
Femmes cou gagons
SVoyez-m l-bas
Voyez-m la-bas '

Gen ous gader mardi gras, ce' gen ous oue'l. Si ous gader
en moune de bien, ous ou'l en vacabonds. Si ous gader en
vacabonds, bus ou'l en moune'de bien.
D6pi m'piti, m' tarlatanin nan mardi gras. Jacmel, c6 ban-
de coye,, ous tendez:

Banm bagaille-lIa
Pou'm aller
Ala manman pas IA
Banm bagaflle lIA
pou'm aller.

-Jeremie, ce Timolias
YPeser f6 pou'm pas reler
Peser'm, peser'm, peser'm.

Port-au-Prirce, chaque annee,-'l'clmhanger. Min Hiram tou-
jon A l'appareil. Annee passer, ed td P6ligre. Annme-ca, c6
Tarlatane. M'ba yo compete vente moirL.

Deuxns jous A vivre. L6 mardi gras river, 16 magistrats di:
toute moqne nan I# rue, boulez boulez nous jouque mereredi
les cendres. Manman pitite, ce matter reins yo. Pitite mail-
man, ce laguer reins.
Et pi, mardi gras fmi, mardi gras caba.
Bienheuriux, Ca qu'a ouel eneb.

F. Morisseau Leroy


Kingston's Aiss Kalphat wo= Pubdle Acclaim

Miss CatolKalphat; Jamaica's let me tell my father.
representative 'Queen to .Haiti's When dad, shoe Manufactarer
SMardi-Gfas received the' best ova- H. M. Kalphat, ruled that she
tion .from the holiday,' throng wouid lhave' to have.a chaperone,'
lining-the streets of.Po0-rau'-Pri- a hasty messagee to Miami drew-.a
ice's Carnival roite- .... reassuring promise from .her mq-
This week-end, from the Hotel their that she was tak ing the nest
fIiviera, the lovely ne'igbonr will plane to -Jiumica 'to join Her Ma-
fly home to Kingston '"With the jesty .for he trip .to Haiti. "
praise of the Haitian people ring- The 7IvTear:old beuty just
ing in her ears. missed out on the .1iss- Jamaica.i
Miss Kalphat, competitor in the contest due to her height but
recent -Miss Jamaica. contest, seemed more.'thjan happy wi.
and 'various Miami beauty comnpe- 'her' latest vietory-'." '..
tiiions, has extremely surprised She burst from a hdgel-.',hitt&
when- Mayor George Mc'arlan&, -pet.led flower on the Tourist'"As-
and Town Clerk Russell LewTrs sociation's Float, abd thrbew" '"s.
announced her choice as Jamai- sea plucked and blown from her
ca's Queen to Haiti's-Capital city flips to the spectators whbo .made
Carnival celebrations. Her first symbolic gestures attempting to
startled statement was, Wait, I catch them in the air.




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At The uFoire Aux Etoilesg

1--Chef de Section. of Maliotere Pierre Assad
with one.eyed cliabitant' Capt. 'Vic Blanchet -
It was -Bambochie net a! aio!e- at the Bar and
Danice Stand.
2.-Money rolled in ,hen thc:,e three postal work-
ers. Mel!e Michelc Fouchard. Ginete Dreyfuss
and Carole AlMalval. a znounced messages over
the "Mike' for twiety cents The service was
rapid and courteous.
3.-The *Ancien Senator, engages Mrs. Roland
Laaillade. wife of the Under Secretary of the In-
terior, vin conversation at *Mahotiere,. Mrs. Clif-
ford Brandt is seen in the background.
4.-FrequetVi Lvisitor to-Haiti. a Detroit Captain
oj Intlust:U. .Imt Herrington in hi.s postcolonial
perio0C .uit and hul.
5.-Dr. and Mrs. Harry Ki'tl and friend Mrs.
Francis Franck C'oirn from Ncei York. The Park
Avenue Specialht antl. Is. icife refused to miss
Mardi Gras this year. Welt. known to Haiti, Dr.
Katz woas awarded the .Honheur et Merite. by his
E.ccellency Prestdenti Magloire 'his past week.


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EIAN P' BILISHER HKER Mr. Dennis' two sons and
GUEST OF HAITIANGVT daughter, who are now in U.S.
GUES OF. AITT N'aschools specializing in jdurna-
lism, ire expected to carry on
: in the years to come with the
Charles Cecil Dennis Sr., tives of the two black tepbliecs publishing interests of'the news- '
ding publisher of the Repu- of the worldL He was atcompani- man-which began in 1950. James,.
of Liberia and only recent- ed on courtesy visits to the lism and printing at Lincoln',.
rived inn Hfaiti as a guest of press,.by Mr. TFernandez, Libe- the eldest, is studying Journa-
,government, was 'greeted rian charge d'affaires and Mr. University in Missouri. Charles
great, enthusiasm in. offi- Laraque. Cecil Jr., is a law student at
social and local press cir- Many rec?'cptions were organize Georgetown University' and
during the past week. He ed in honorr of the famous per- daugliterg Angela is studying
companies by ihis wife, a sonality frornm Liberia, including journalism at New York Uni-
ber of the Liberian chamb- a a Coupe de Champagnev offer- varsity. Completing the five
deputies, ed by Liberian Charge d'Affairs member- family team is Mrs:
sides neing the publisher .and Mrs. Fernandez at their Dennis who is the managing
editor-min-chief of Monrovia's home and another at the Hotel editor of the Liberian pubtca-
ipal newspaper, x The Lis- Riviera. TIhe Secretary-General tions of her husband. '
Daily, D Mr. Dennis is the of the Association of Journa- Mr. and Mrs. Dennis are ex-
lent of the Liberian Press lists Mr. Li'rien Montas greeted pected 'to send two weeks in
nation. He is a noted pro- the eminent visitor in the name Haiti before going to the U.S
st .and talented orator of his organization, addressing to visit the children.
Voice was often raised in him ia cordial saleute from the .
se of the rights of the peo- Haitian press and expressing OBSERVANCE OF LENT
his hope that cultural relations .
Dennis commented on the may be further developed bet, The annual observance of L
;s of the mission of tIe veen the press associations of Lent is, beginning at the Port-
n delegation to Liberil, both 'countries. au-Prince parishes. The services
d by Foreign Relations Mi- The direction of L6 Nouvellis- will be held Fridays and Sun- ::
Joseph D. Charles, for the e2ntertained him at dinner at days after Vespers.
uiration ceremonies of Pre- A-ILx Cosaque. Deputy Preval An appeal is in:de to the faith.' .
Tubman. He stated that 'indc Deny< Bellande, director of ful to- attend their own Parish, "
contacts are becoming SIPP welcomed Mr. Dennis in and not miss the sermons so as' -."
and more frequent bet- the name ot the Chamber of De- to prepare themselves fof the"- '-
i'1 qualified ropresenta- dutiess, and the Haitian govern- celebration of Holy Week. '
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SUNDAY, FEB. 19th. 195"


1 reH iAITIAN COAST GUARD

rijosepn report I' RECEIVES MDA
,.PACT VESSEL

Lt .i-;J~thii A. Schirmer, Di-
us~onof .'ji A merican Affairs of
___ U. .. y, was in port this
oc...k azcompai, cd by Lt. Juan
-. Ur., on a special mission to pick
"I'", I.. up Commrnrandrant Bayard of the
"-LHiaWptha's little sister at the Bellevue Ball on Monday night was Haitian Coast Guard and take
enough to buin- the eyes off a .mnlfini,... The big ,histoire- bout him en :P tour of the U.S. as a
town is the case of the missing filett. A hotel, located south ot Port I special gust of U.S. Na-y facili-
au Prince' is'isearching'for the Bacchus who stored away $3,000.00 tic; at.':i-aniedl b.- Capt. Mango-
worth of steak... ,es and L .:'orrnt of the Haitian
-Magic Island Tours are to be commended for their giving out of Coast t mla1 :-.n Colonel Paret
Certificates to visitors who clihb the Citadel by horse. The beauti- .ttache ic the Haitian Embassy
fully presented yellow parchment has a read seal... Among the finfest at A'a gPlg'ton.
Haitian'peasants to be encountered during Mardi Gras were Howard TheC iur vli last twol weeks
and Jatinita Paine.... and v.ill termnate in Norfolk at
... x x x ,I whichh tln!'- t:' Haitian Coast
-The, Project Manager of Brown 4 Root" found his j.iacoult- of Guo'rd will rvce]ise the first vessel
real utility value... Carl Siegel is improving this week-end. He had ';,lcr Jv1 *.*1' ;J' Drfcnse Assis.
a painful neck accident... Gesner Thomas who reported to Police that ".l.' hac ":cel is a Coast
thieves walked into his home and picked up two valises containing Guard Patrol Boat.
$6,016.00 was himself arrested as a suspect after being questioned at -.-
the Police Station... .


x xx
-The Turgeau Club, rejuvenated completely, made even the original
Moulin Rouge in Paris look like a Dutch windmill in the doldrums.
Costumes and decorations at its Sunday masquerade ball were spar-
*"faifsp... Bellevue had the most riputoNs, colourful Mardi Gras ball of
its long and vivid history, Monday .night many of the ,revellers
suffered sun-stroke.... '
XXX
x Xxx
-Barbara Boyd is collecting orchids at Peligre, she thinks *she has
found a rare Cuban species... Dr. Wilson returned to Havana last
week... The Foot specialist is consultant at the Mellon Hospital.. M-
rie-Th6rese Duvivier observes her birthday, on the 23rd...
x x Ix
-Firestone's Office Manager, Frank Field, )during a dinner party
Thursday evening, suddenly flashed his card certifying that he is a
Member of the Yellow Dog Association (Washington, D.C.). Frank
even has been given a Kennel number, and is wondering if there
are anW other yellow dogs in Haiti...
1 3 X-
.Sonny Griswold.is leaving today for the Siatce to appear as star
-witness in his former wife's (opera singer Vassilka Petrova) in private
life Mrs. Allan Dowling, divorce case against her present husband.
Allan 'Dowling, Banking scion of the City Investing Company Plan.
After disposing of the divorce, successfully it is hoped, Vassilka
is returning to her fabulous villa in Monte Carlo, bought from Prince
ltainer's father "
-PS.---Sonny is appearing in behalf of his ex-wife, abd -not for her
sp.use.
xxx
XXX
According to well-informed sources, the next episode, By Mouche
Sis-entitled: .She' 'Had To Go And Lose It At Liz.nb will deal with
Sir Arthur and Lady Boredom...
x x x
The Petion Ville float beautifully decked out as a flower arbor,
partially collapsed on the Petionville road after the first Mardi Gras
parade. Mayor Jean-Jacques returning in his' jeep collected part of
the ruined charm on his way home. The driver was arrested, seemed
to be enjoying the fete a little too nech.
S. X x -X
One of the lucky edffee brothers, Gerard Berne reportedly won the
gros lot in the last lottery.
S. 'X X-
Mr. Brown, of Life Magazine and wife are here a Hotel Choucoune...
rime Magazine Regional Correspondent, Harvey Rosenhouse.left town
Wednesday --yes are on TIME.... 'Mary Johnson is still in New
Yotk. She is aTIE'S"', local stringer... Dr. and Mrs. P. H. Savory of
the New York Amsterdam News are enjoying their stay at Hotel
Choucoune, they leave, regretfully, next Wednesday...
The F-esco Bar has been sold -by Claude Roy to Raoul Lovelace and
his' wife; the former Profess6r of the Rhumba in JMiami has great
plans for renovating the Rue Roux sndck and cocktail lounge.i.

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STHE 'HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Comnnunity Weekly Published Sunday Morning
EDITOR-PUBLISHER BERNARD DIEDERICH
GERANT-RISPONSABLE PAUL E. NAJAC

Their d.isjuguished gents who occupy the <*.Hotel de Ville-
can now' .4t -back and receive a rewarding 4Pat on the back
for tl.i';. organization of Mardi Gras'1956. Some local 'carni-
val gole:s: .an].. tourists claim that the festivities this year were-
the L'e1f .:. date altl cugh there are various other opinions.
rNov, fru.n the tourist in the street, and other damaged
parties '.?ozes the request, fo" those .responsible to please
see thai r.;o important \\onkis are seen to. during the coming
fiscal year: I .. ,' *'
fiscal yea I) Arrange for the pool be-
fore the Maison Orientale to
SA icDisparaitrau before it claims
fr te yiuore victims. Maison Orien
ale has placed a board on the
sidewalk to keep down the slid-
ng falls to a low average of a
lozen per day. Yesterday this
lippery menace claimed a pas-
;ing donkey.

2) Sacrifice a little beauty in
he interests of safety by cutt-
ag down the tall bushes on the
\ ve nfu e Marie Jeanne and
planting grass lawrls in their
place. Corrective measure -at'e definitely called for and even
the intm-rance companies would be more than willing to pay
for the removal of the shrubs and replanting with grass.


As can be seen in the above photo the bushes along the double-
lamed Exposition boulevard are a dangerous hazard to drivers of small
European autos. These autos can not see or be sean until far to late
to prevent accidents.


The Haiti Sun only yesterday
received this letter frofn world
'famed British pianist Jose Nor-
man, now. residing in Cuba on his
Oriente Coffee plantation and do-
ing orchestral work for CMQ Te-
levision.

Jose Norman, known as the man
who introduced Latin 'American
to England, has thrilled BBC au-
diences for years with his orches-
trations and accomplished piano
recitals. His work with filmdom's


J., Arnur Rank organization gain-
ed him world-wide acclaim in the
movie world but possibly his most
famous work is Cuba's Desi Ar-
naz' themnb song, -Cuban Pete..

Dear Mr. Diederich,

I would like to compliment you
on your up and coming weekly, L
-The Haiti Sun..
My good friend John M. Young
has only recently left the fair
mountains of Oriente, Cuba, where
I have my office coffee finca, for
Haiti to do some articles on Haiti
and its people.
Before Mr. Young left he sug-
gested my writing a series of art-
idcles for the -Sun, dealing with
Haitians in the hills of Oriente and
also my personal experiences with
famous people throughout the
-world. I have been publishing the
same type of articles in *The Ha-
vana Ppst'.

I thought that I would warn you
in advance so that my articles, Agen
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:" Perhaps the most nerve-wracking occupation for a resident in Haiti
... 'is listening to tourists discussing the country whether the-tourist
.= be a visitor of from 3 hours to 3 .nionths; a foreigner who -has stuck
it out, for years, or even Haitians who feel for their country the
benevolent detachment of a visitor.
Generally this species of conversationalist, -touristica infinitum',
may be classified in the following sub-diyisions of lesser orders.
TOURISTICA MOMENTARIA (or Otf-The-Boat.And-On-Again-Sharp-
Guy): Distinctive markings: Baggy Bermuda shorts in the male, com-
pleted by characteristic *gaudy strfpes or vaguely defined sunset co-
; louredd makings on thorax; in female straw covering of head, local
sandals, extremely, bright plumage, broadly defined as skirt. Camera-
/ bearing festoonsoften evident in both sexes.
=: Unqualified by natural markings and habits of Life to compete in
marketplace animal life, this species of tourist develops a distinct
.. infefiority complex. Forms his idea of the country walking from the
boat to Post Office. '.'
Greatly addicted to writing postcards: If his feet are killing him,
*^ -he writes: -.Having wonderful time, wish you were here'. If his shoes
are comfortable, the tendency is to declare: -This place is really some-
j: thing! Beggars, poverty, boredom. Nothing to see, nowhere to go. I
haven't seen Vonoo yet though I have been here two hours,.
The more adventurous members of this order will invest $1:50 for
i a taxi ride out to Thorland thus covering what.to them is more of
S Haiti than any other explorer, has yet seen, then while sipping a drink
,;.' they will write postcards (Having ordered a Tom Collins, he Ill
declare 'that Haitian rum tastes like gin) bragging of their bargaining
*^'.. prowess in buying a straw hat for three dollars when the thieving
,- peddler asked five gourdes.
.'..- Drawing on vast sources of local knowledge contained in the film
-:: Lydia Bailey, and 'in the more authentic cases a Sunday sup-
plement article on Voodoo, Touristita Mlomentaria forms a sabre-
.'.- quick impression of Haiti, armored against criticism by evidence of
his visits to ILa Belle Cr6ole' and oFisher'sa Thus is another member
A; added to the vast fraternity of foreign -experts' on the people and
customs-of. this'-small, rocky half island.
TOUR1STICA JOYOSA (or The Weekender)
k": From Saturday tintil Monday through the season, this subspecies,
? similar in markings, and natural habits to the 'Touristica Momentaria,
may be.seei at specific points of touristic interest throughout the city.
He may,'.also be seen leaning from taxi cabs to shout and laugh at
i'. tiny? staggering.'donkeys, half hiddenn beneath loads of farm produce,
charcoal ar imported flour. This.type is the ray of sunshine in the
j .* touristic picture. He is the jolly, movie-camera-grinding, yippee-let's-
have-a-good-time visitor who may be seen chortling gaily to himself
I as he walks jauntily along. (with now and then a gay little skip)
.drinking in the picturesque houses, the picturesque buses, the pictur-
esque marketplaces and the Oh-so-picturesque people.
.'.. He is pafig $20 per day (American Wlan), and he is going to have
j-' a good time if it kills him!
1- So engrossed is he in wringing the last ounce of enjoyment out of
t' his capital investment that this sub-type rarely finds time to indulge
in political or social 'appreciation)> of 'the country perhaps the
'- least harmful of the entire zoological group.
TOURISTICA BENEVOLENTA (Or the Sympathiser)
:- Less boldly marked than the fore#6ing species, thfs group is mani-
f tested usually among the plumper, more earnest members of the
great Amnerican race, who share the Great American Ideal of Demo-
cracy. Students of this particular branch must be careful however, to
S avoid confusion in regard to the Ideal. rn other worcs, to understand
'i.,"' the'people it is fatal to attempt to understand ideal, because this
p|'$.;, particular type of political reformer has not the vaguest idea of any
fixed political philosophy, whether of Franklin or of Machiavelli.
Aims in visiting Haiti: 1) Rum 2) Sun 3) Country. The first two
., present no problem The third, ah! there's the rub'.
S Why don't the peasants drive Cadillacs to market instead of walking
2b miles? Why don't the big industrialists carry their machines in
baskets on their heads? Why are -some of the houses big and others
little? Some pretty, others plain.?' Why are some of the people hand-
..: some and intelligent and others unattractive and 'undistinguished? It
takes a true-born peasant to'explain: .C'est la vie. Anywhere in
the world, that's life.
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-AT PELIGRE
,President Magloire, his usual
smiling self, capably demonstrated
his democracy and Presidential
bearing yesterday at Peligre when
he invited Senator Louis Dejoie,
candidate for the presidency, in
for -breakfast., stated Saturday's
Le Nouvelliste.
The newspaper added that -the
President, just preparing faor
breakfast, called the Senator by
his nickname and invited him to
take a chair 'it the -table and join
him. All during the meal the con-
versation was friendly, full of
courtesy and well 'alloyed with
irony and finest salt'. A foreigner,
present during the ,meeting stated
that the conversation was strictly
between gentlemento.


'SUNDAY, FEB." 19th. 195I


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COLLISION I
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and thereby started a chain reac-
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State Secretary Ra~ul St. L6's
Buick was completely ruined while
very light damage was done to De
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fown EoeryRue4


The philosophy of the Haitian Franck is Haitian,' born in
man-in-the-street, or in the mor- Port au Prince January 26, 1934,
nes, is one of the greatest of our brought up by Miss Doris Burke,
Republic's charms. The almost to director of Sunshine Home, and
tal poverty, yet complete hap- his Jamaican-born father Euita-
piness, of the most humble mem- ce Bailey. ile learned English at
bears bf this society is a perplex- ft.'e Petit Seminaire as well as I
ing problem for more complex from his father and u Aunt Do-
jfeoiple, ris a.
To discover the thoughts 1
which cause such happiness, we In his own simple way, he sets 1
sent our Subscription Manager, out here his discoveries and con
Franck Joseph Bailey, into the clusions about the kind of Hai-
ruess and idimpassesa of Port- tian to be found down every 1
au-Prince armed with a list of rue and the true spirit which 1
questions and persons to inter- distinguishes this unique Carib- I
rogate. 'bean Republic.


A BROUJETTIER.


Antoine Salomon who is known
as 'Trois pour Dix, has been
practicing the trade of 'brouet-
tier for the thirty past years. He
is very proud of himself. '
When I called him to ask some
questions about a brouettier his
first stipulation *as: Listen .M'
sieu, as you know, every labgur-
er is worthy of some honour, so
I do not want you to give to some
other men the honour which be-
longs to us. Some men are called
brouettier without being really a
brouettier, they are called so just
because they work with a man
who owns a brouette which they
are allowed to use only for their
boss' use, but a real brouettier is
a man like me whom' you know
very well.
-Tell me something about your
trade, Trois pour Dix, how you
like it, 'what benefit y6u can get
from it and what your special am-
bition is.
-I am from Leogane, he repli-
ed, as a ti moune', I very bten
came to town with my father and
at that time I always paid very
special attention to brouettiers. At
the age of fifteen, 'I got tired of
working in my parents' jardin


in the country and decided to go
to Port au Prince in order to make
a better living by being a brouet-
tier. First, I did not have the op-
portunity of being what I wanted
to be because a brouette costs mo-
ney so I started to carry loads on
my shoulder for two cents, ten
cents and even twenty cents ac-
cording to the distance to which
I must carry the load and also the
weight of that load. Still that was
not what I meant to do. It was on-
ly a way of 'getting through. See-
ing that after two years I was not
still in a position to buy my own
broauette, I decided to rent one
for ten cents a day and by this
way, after a certain length of
timejgot to be the owner of two
\rouettes, one that I rent out in
order to ,insure ten cents every
day and another one that I use
to work'.
-.How much do you make a
day?' I asked him.
-Well I have no special salary
as I am only doing jobs. I some-
time make one gourde, sometime
two gourdes, sometime three gour
des and when God is smiling I
even make six gourdes in addition
to the ten cents I get every day
for my second brouette.'


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-As you know, I am not a -gros-
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than they feel because to be com-
fortable, they must have a car,
rich food, good clothes, a palace
to live in and so many other
things while we brouettiers in the
morning we go to Madame So anid
So and get a cup of coffee, two
biscuits, a -grog', two cents of
tobacco which I use during all
the day then a little later a 'roy-
al air force', (cassava with butt-
er dipped in salt water) all this
for about eight cents, then I am
ready going out to work. At elev-
en o'clock I buy a bottle of dlim-
onade. for one or two cents. At
half past twelve, if I have nothing
loing, I. walk in thep market and
buy myself some food for 10 cts.
and in the evening I go to a 'mar
chande fridodoye' and fill up-my-
self with .grillot, banane peske,
lambis and biscuit-ac-salaise, and
also very ofte6 in the day, I must
rink a grog to keep up myself.
I get my clothes .easier than the
*gros-mounesv because while they!
have to go in a store and buy a
suit for thirty or fifty dollars I
can either go to Croix des Bossa-
les and get myself a cheap suit of
clothes for $1:40 or even freely
get an old suit from any agros-
moune, for whom I often work.
-Which are your special enter-
tainments? -

My special entertainments are
to go to any gambling party at
nights, go to any vaudoo services
and watch to 'Guede's and never
miss the cockfights where I can
win money and (all but blush-
ing) a pretty girl from time to
ime also I can not afford to
pass the trara, by at Easter Sea-
son.
-Is there any special sickness
from which a brouettier may suf-
er?

Sometimes I feel rather weak
n the morning after a pleasant
iight and I have to hire two as-
istant brouettivrs to help me
push, but otherwise we brouet-
iers can do what many gros-
iounes> can not do: as an e'xam-
le, no one of them can pull a
rouette loaded with' an object
weighing three hundred pounds -
because if they try, after a few
teps their arnmsand chest will be
of no use to them while I pull
hat same loaded brouette two
niles, though I hire An assistant
brouettier who pushes. the -brouet-
e while I pull it if the.Jload is
oo heavy. No 'gros-moune. can
tay more than ah hour in the sun
because if they try- that will'.cause
hen/ to spend a week in bed
with roasting fever and I can
pend the whole day pulling my
.rouette under the sun, so our
special sickness may be the res-
It of a fight which, among us,
s caused by an ambitious brouet-
ier who will interfere with your
'ork to prevent you from gain-
ig your daily bread, also if the
ambitious one should insist, the
other one can last go to a bocor.
nd send an evil spirit after him.
-Is there any further informa-
ion which you can give me con-
erning yourself or some other
rouettier?

Though a brouettier's life may
ook hard to you, it is not bad for
ie because from my work. I get
strength and health and since as
brouettier I haven't got to do
II that a great man has to do, my
fe is easier than his.


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SUNDAY, FEB. 19th. 1956


HAITI SUIN






- PAGEt! HAITI SUN SUNDAY, FEB. 19th. 1956


.HAITIAN PEASANTS
INVOLVED IN SORCERY
CHARGES AT
CAMAGUEY
It was announced over the Cu-
ban radio network, Thursday,
that a number of Haitians were
among those arrested at Cama-
guey in connection with the dis-
appearance oi r. two-year-o I d
child. Spirited away from the
. home of its parents by persons
unknown, it is believed that the
Victim was sacrificed during sor-
cery ceremonies.
The Haitian peasants who im-
migrate to Cuba, drawn by the
recruiters for the sugar cane in-
dustry form a larg part of the
plantation and mill' workers. It
is said that. superstitious practices
arte indulged in not only by the
laborers from Haiti, but one may
meet both white and black Cu-
Sbans *ho are members of the sor-
cery sects,"known as the ,nani-
gos, and the 'santeria., cults
similar to the vaudou.
The opinion here is that it may
be possible -that Haitian citizens
are guilty of committing repre-
hensible acts in foreign countries,
Sbut it is hoped that a full inves-
tigation will be conducted by the
Cuban authorities to bring the
true culprits to, justice, as quiek-
ly as possible, in order to lift
the veil of suspicion hanging over
the heads of the poor peasants of
Haiti.


Exploitation of Marble in Haiti

An Industrial Possibility


An important marble quarry
has just been discovered, near
Jaemel, and it is reported that the
rose-tinted stone has drawn the
attention of an American cons-
truction company established
here.
In the opinion of this company,
thte exploitation of this quarry is
under serious consideration for
use in the urbanism projects be-
ing undertaken in the cities of
the country.
This discovery comes at a time
when great expansion is being vi-
sualized for the development of
national industries, and should
be of great interest to the busi-
ness men here. The presence of
raw materials that may be obtain-
ed right here in Haiti, with the
possibility of being transformed
into manufactured products opens
a new vista for local consumption
and exporting. In view of this,
nothing, is more desirable'than a
creation. of a factory for the pre-
paration of marble in Haiti.

From an economical point of
view, it would be absurd to con-
tinue the importing of marble
from other countries, at very high
prices, for the beautification of
our public edifices, parks, bars I


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Offers the solution for those who prefer the personalized
comforts of a modern guest-house.
REASONABLE RATES
SProprietor Mrs. Margareth Cameron -_ Phone 7414

lturday Night its Always CABANE CHOUCOUNE
S' Till 4:00 A. '4SUNDAY.


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" Sunday Folklore Show

ADMISSION 60 CENTS


of our moucrn cafe-restaurants,
and hotels, when our own land is
capable of furnishing ornamental
minerals.

Whenever a Haitian returns
from Mexico or Hayana he rarely
omits in telling of his voyage, the
beauty, fhr example! of the ceme-
teries which he has sean in which
the utilization of marble is an
unprecedented luxury And natu-
rally he finished by making a corn
prison of these burial grounds
with our own .

Now that the discovery of a
marble quarry has been indicat-
ed. what is to stop us, if we so
desire, to use marble in every
tay to change and beautify the as-
pect of our capital the geographi-
cal position of which should
make it one of the mdst beauti-
ful cities in the Americas ?

The lack of initiative has for
a long time retarded the develop-
ment of our country and~it is on-
ly since the last World War that
we are beginning tq understand
that economic impulsion depends,
above all, on private initiative, a
spirit of cooperation and the as-
sociation of capital in view of ob-
taining a praiseworthy result.

It is for this reason that we
hope that the interest presented
by the exploitation of marble- in
Haiti will hold the attention of
our industrialists, of those with
enough perspicacity to judge the
perspectives of the future to en-
gage in such an enterprise.
We are following this news pers-
pective, closely, in the interest of
us all.

(s) Felix Salnave.


AUX COSAQUES

Haiti's famous cchomard flam-
me has been enthusiastically ac'
claimed by visiting epicures, and'
featured by ccmperial Linen. i,
But foreigners aren't the only
connoisseurs of food. Haitians
know where the meat is done
just right, where wines are of a
perfect vintage and flavour to
mellow their mood and form the
perfect foil for each delightful
course.
That's why special occasions
are observed at aAux Cosaques.











The Aux Cosaques Bar.


HOTEL VILLA CREOLE


HEAR THE FIVE PIECE
VILLA CREOLE
ORCHESTRA


Tuesday Night
BARBECUE
HAITIAN STYLE


and hear Haitian music at its bestir!


The WorId-Famou- Beautt Products Are
On tale at

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Ri BN & GROENOAHI 'm-o ?tqtu^wi t MBROICEF.IEs


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SUNDAY, FEB. 19th. 1956





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Yo HAVEN'T IT TAKES A LONG
TOLD ME THAT7 TIME TO FIND OUT
SYOU LOlVE ME! WHETHER. YOU4LOVE
t esOME-ONE. CN-


LPAN-PEE1 I COULP WHY MUST I KEEP
HAVE DINNER REA) Y THROWING MY-
AN I Co LD W" N
FOR P. OU WHEN YOVU SELF AT YOU ?
iCOME HOME AT NIONHT.! WHY DON'T YOU
^fiT~ve^^^ SAY SOMMETIN6
N I CETO iME FOR
A& A CHANGE?


"YOU PON'T HAVE Y OU HAVEN'T ASKED
TO MEAN IT- .. ME To CHUCK ALL
BUT I LIKE TO .THI; To RJN OFF
IEAR. THE WORPS) ANR.,OETMARRIED.!,


S..TAT's EASY, SAVANNAH' YOU'RE
BEAfl-n1niL,EbClTING FEMALE-AND I'M
FLATTIRED THAT YOlLJ SEEM bO ENJOY MY
COMPANYJt." KISSES TASTE LIKE RARE
WINE S- "TiEy HAVE THE SAME E ECT1
A iTTE nF=c WomAN !Ori


YoU WOULDN'T WANT I COULD O0
TO BE MARRIED To ME! ON WORKING
I COULPNT KEEP YOU .. .
IN CrARETTEHOLDE& y !


rTHATt WHAT I WANTED TO
YOU SEE, I'M NOT THE INTERNATIONAL i
THRILL-SEEKER THE COLUMNISTS i
HAVE SETME UP TO BE) ALLI. REALLY:'
WANT oUTOF LIFE mIS To HAVE A STRON'O
--1"N TLOO6 P Ii1r
UJ wni~5rTstrnjRga7


SGAV ANNAI-, WV'VE FINALLY eor TIE
CONACT WITH EASTER ALL SIGNEt ANP
SEALED!. YoU STAR.TTO VWOKC AT -'NCE.!

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INS MAN.! I HEARP. HE'S EXPENSIVE, BUT
MAYBE WE CAN CRAB H14M FOR. LESS IF 'WE..
PLANT A STORY THAT I'M IN LOVE WITH1.HiM!
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SUGGESTIONS FOR THIS WEEK IN PORT-AU-PRINCE


NATIONAL PALACE






Champ de Aanrs
O!'.-n iaily exrepl Snnday from 8-2
Raising ILowering of Flag, 8 a. m -5 p. m.

NATIONAL MUSEUM


Champ de Mars
Open dally except Sundays

PALAIS DES BEAUX ARTS'







Aux Palmistes, Exposition Grounds
Open daly from 9-5 5
Art Exhibitions

MIUSEE DU PEOPLE HAITIEN






Aux Palmlstes, Exposition GWounds
Open dally from 9 S
For further intormnatlon
see your Travel Agent


FOYER DES ARTS PLASTIQUES







Aux Palmlstes, Exposition Grounds
Open dally from 9 S
Permanent Art Exhibitions


ART CENTER


Rue,!

Rvhone: 205
Phone: 2055


de In
lutloen


.Open dally except Sunday from I I
Current Art Shows


IRON MARKET


aam


NIMErROPOLYTAN CATIHEDRAL

IBAS.fLIQUE
de Notre-Dame
(Catholic)




Potion Plaza
Onen dally from 4 60

COLONIAL CATHEDRAL


ttOldest Church
in Port ad Prince
3j For vksll hours see
Your Travel Agent


c'etion Plaza
O.ien daily .

ESPISCOPAL CATHEDRAL 1







Rue Pavye (Near PAA Offices)
Open dally
Famous for Its beautiful Haitian Mural


THEATRE DE VERDURE







Aux Palmistes, Exposition Grounds
Open Tuesdays and Thbrsdays
Evening, for folklore shows


STADIUM PAUL E. MAGLOIRE






Rue Durand
Boxing and Track Field events..
Football (Soccer) Matches
Thrice a week at night
tor further information Phone: 3015.'.

COCK-FIGHT ARENA







Aux Ponlmistes, Exposition Grounds
E!ght Saturdays aftrrnoons
and Sundays morning


UNDERSEA GARDENS


Iroquois


La Belle Cr6ole




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The Caribbean's Most'
Unique ShoppIng Center
Open daily from S Phone: 317T

MUSICAL'FOUNTAIN


5


Citi de I'Exposition, Exposition Grounds
Classical Concerts
a!'l Wednesday and Sunday nights
from 7 10 p. m.

PLACE DF4 HiEROS






Champ de Mar -
Open Auditorium
Sunday Concerts from7-9'p-.n
For further information ,
see your Travel Agent '
A *
PR~litN. fI'cQAT EmrrVIS


S


Rue .
,Mgr. Gullioux


Open aaUy except Sunday .
'\ i


^ ____ ^, .. |. '


SBols Verna
SOpen 24 Hours



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RN.E ..VOUS


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SLe Perchoir

i


B'outilliers
World-renowned
MoujiLain-lop Reslaurant,
Dancing and Gift Shop
Phone: 2105

SCASLNO INTERNATIONAL '






Ciit de l'Exposiaon
SGambling and Dancing.
Open every night -
Floorshow on Wednesdays Phone: 3076.

OABANE CHOUCOUNE


SChoucoune


1 .- e' -* "'*

Ptionville ,
Famous Nightcliub '
' Open on Sahturday Nights Phone:,8Sg0

HOTEL RIVIERA




HOTEL


Phone: 3151
Martissant "
Air-condltioned.- Bar.- Dancing,
'Ecellent orchestra, folklore floorshows

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Pdionville ,
q.lQiiaer dances on Mondays, .Wednesdays
and Fridays *, -
"' Phone: 7M88


HOTEL IBO LELE

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Pdtionvtlle
')Inner dances on
ruesdays and Fridays Phone: 7886

THORLAND CLUB


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Geffrard Square'
Open daily except
Saturday and Sund


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Opin daily except '."
Saturday and Sundays ,.
from 9 1 -Phone: 2263


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CATHOLIC SERVICES '
Cathedral: 4, 6, 7:30 an. 8:30 an.
Sacrer-Cmur: .5:30, 7. 8:30 aim. ''
St. Anne: 4, 7 and 8 an.m. ..,..'
St. G6rard: 4, 5:30 and 8:30 am. "'"
St. Louis de France: 8 and 9 a.m.
Sixtine Chape (dit6 de 'Exposltlenj
10 a.m. .
SL Pierre (PMti6nille): 4, 6, 8 .
and 9:30 e.m. '
Ste. ThdrEse (Pftionville): 5 a. *. :
EPISCOPAL. -. "'
Cathedral: French 6 and English 7 aJa. *',
French 8 a.m. .. :
11aptist Church: 9 and 10 am. -
Presbyterian: 9 and 10 am. "/. .
METHODIST. .:"
ST. PAUL A.M.E. '.
4-6 a. m.-9-11 a. m.
11:30 12:30 English
7-9 pm. Evening
METHODIST CHURCH:
Rue de la RI6volution:
7:00 English-9:00 French
.6:30 Evangelistic service in creel1


ae -- BUREAU DU TOIRISM- ,
,Avenue Marla-Jeannme. '
Cite de l'Exposilton
Grand'Rue Port-au-Prince Bay Citi de I'Exposlfton Carrefour Road Phone: 2618 "
Carrefour Roadd-d.nClii.dewim eoos'taon
Open dally from 6 4 Glass bottom boat leaves Air-condltloned Bar-d g Swim cockais Oflce hours: 8-1 p.
SpeciaTnni Phone:sanStrdy Ofc hus 81V
Special Market days on Saturdays Dally Casino Pier 9:30 a.m. Open from sunset to sunri ing .Tennis Phone: 2495 .

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On this beautiful day (the days are always beautiful in
Haiti) we wish to extend to you our heartiest welcome.
We, as well as everyone in Haiti, want you to have a 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 you to make your stay not only pleasant but
profitable.
We are always at your Service, for any information youi


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FAMIAN SATURDAY NIN wT...
' AN uNFMETRTAAiL EX ERIENCE,


k,,
I Haitian Handowen Fabrics
w .Hatian Handwoven Rugs
SCameras and Films
i? Patk Philippe
i:' OMEGA & Tissot Watcheas
SFrench Perfumeq:
*.', .Guerlain, Dana,
S' Lanvmin, Worth,
g.Patou, Le Gallion,
Caron, Milot,
I-arven, Fath
^Cjhristian Dior,
^tftochas, Chanel,
5SchiapareUi, -
iaNmi Rici, Corday,
;Rraphael, Piquet,
!Froty & Houbigant.
': .Liuqueurs:
-i'Courvoisier, Otard,
.NIisquit. Hennessey,
N'&apoleon, Martell,
I"omecq, Drambuie,
Cheery Heering,
Marie Briziad,
:HAarvey's Bristol Cream
i;wmagnac, Chartreuse,
oitreau,
M. Haytian Rhum:
i.RhumnBarbancout
H Haytian Music:'
fThe Most Complete
:. Assortment of the
IFVSmaious Rythms.
fk:.H aytian Voodoo Inspired

gfuir ,s.'
I:?. .: Jewelry
Rlaytian Mahoganyware
fr'Bandpainted Tissues
2Jaaytian Scuiptored Mahogany
Heads
.oHaytian Turtle-shell Jewelry

SJiewelry from all over the
World
\^Ex.quisitely Beautiful
1.Beaded Bags
i'Hand-embroidered Blouses,
Skirts, etc.
i'Hand-painted, Skirts,
.-:Kerchiefs, Stoles, etc.
'lHaytiian Paintings
PHaytian Ceramics
iV.Haytian Postcards
n(we nmail them for you).





.....-: ,5f%^&Syy w
: Unusual among Gift Shops of
r:. the world, is the branch of LA
=-:BELLE CREOLE located on
L.the terrace of the LE PER-
I,. CHOIR, the famous restaurant
V.on top of BOUTILLIERS
.,'MOUNTAIN, overlooking Port
Sdau Prince.
|>1 Through the wide windows
fLe Perchoir Gift- Shop the
ishopper's eyes are drawn from
the attractive show cases, to the
:breath-taking beauty or nearly
Stwo thousand' square miles of
t'Hispaniola's plains, mountains
% and sea, lying 3.300 feet below.
N: Spacious, and always cool.
Le Perchoir Gift Shop offers
.'the same high quality French
perfumnes. Haitian jewelry, dan-
.di craft, books, paintings' and
Hundreds of other gift items,
as:sem'bled from the far corners
1.:d theearth, as in the mother
store, La Belle Creole, in town.


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


French Chantilly Laces
Swiss Embroideries
Irish Linens


In Portau-Prinee
everybody meets at
cThe Fountain* in
La Belle Creole for
Fruit and Fruit Juices, '
Eggs and Omelettes
Waffles ard Hot Cakes
Soft Drnaks, Beer
Crisp and Cold Salads
Chef's Special
Sandwiches
Ice Creams, SUndaes
Cigars and Cigarettes






Spearfishing Equipment
Bathing Trunks
Native Polos for Men
Dunhill pipes
Borsalino Hats
Rolls Razors


, gift shop ^

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


Located in the shop is'a bar
where one can sip Haitian rum
5unch, tea, coffee, soft drinks-
or where one can have a'tween
meal snack of sandwiches, ca-
ke, ice cream, while shopping.
The combination of cool com-
fort, spectacular view, excel-
lenrt merchandise, and refresh-
ment, make a shopping trip to
LE PERCHOIR GIFT SHOP
a pleasant and profitable ex-
Sperience a high spot indeed
in your travels.


By Mary Johnson
Gaiety is keynote of night
life in Port-au-Prinqe 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 g iod 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 bady. 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 bayshore is outlined in
a necklace of shimmering
pearls. Oh .the breezeswept
terrace, guests can watch cars
3tqp at the Dominican border
20 milesoaway.
Whether'it's a thick state-
side steak oi an ethereal Rum
Souffl6,' Le' Perchoik 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 from Monte-
Carlo, is o0e of the major
points of interest during the
sun4ner and winter tourist sea
sons. There one can dine on
exce2:-A, Italianfood eand 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, mar'bos 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
floe show The white-feced 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
visitors. 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 Caban'
Choucoune often features lea
ding foreign entertainers.
Saturday night is also thr
night for taking trips into th(
nearby hills to attend the pea
sant cbamboches or non-reli
gious dances held in open dton-
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 strong
until all hours. And along
about l\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 Escargot, 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
lobster and other typically HaL
tian dishes. The Savoy, just
off the Champs de Mars, offers
either Haitian or American
foods and if you are really ho-
mesick for southern fried c'. ic-
ken that is just where you'll
find it a block from the Na-
tional Palace Chanticleer,
tucked away in Bois Verna, is
the latest addition to the swart
eating houses in Port-au-Prince
Open all night.


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want to bec.
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I A ted with Hai-
a K iti there are
ij many intere-
l sting trips
.-.- 7 which aaord
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 cab
rent cars, with or without
chauffers, elsewhere. The Hai-
.tian Air Force provides safe
and efficient air transport to
most important points in Haiti
at very reasonable rates. Ask
your hotel ,manager or your
travel agent for details.
Each of these trips has its
special attraction. From the
longerttrips you will return
with a grand thirst, a hearty
-appetite, a delicious fatigue,
quickly banished by a hot bath


TRAvE sueeSSTIONS


(for which you will have a new
respect). You will have a new
Lest for the attractions of the
city. You will fell a great pity
.or 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
Lips first, here are a few boiled
down suggestions for travel in
llaiti:

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 end shadow! Port-au-Prin-
ce lies at your feet (3.000 feet
below) like a giant map. To get
to this breath-taking, unbelie-
eable and unforgettable view
)u ride 10 miles from Port-au-
Prince, through the pretty little


own of Petionville, then up a
winding 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, modern
oasis on the mountain, offers
the facilities of its restaurant
end night club, its Terrace Bar,
and its branch of La Belle Cre-
ole Gift Shop to make the trip
even more enjoyable and profi-
tadble. '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 miss.








If you have the time, we re-
commend that you take three
days and go to Cap-He'tien by
car. Its about 170 mnles and a
minimum of 5 or 6 hours,.but
you should take about 8 hours
to enjoy it most. So to one of
Cap HaYtien'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 will be full of
unforgettable impressions.
If you are pressed for time.
you can fly to the Cape in 45
minutes, andr can make the en-
tire pilgrimage in a single day


JACMEL.-
I you want another trip off-
the-beaten track go to Jacminel.
on Haiti's south coast. Jacmel
once a flourishing town, still
has a considerable export bu
siness, but is typical of man'







Haitian provincial sea-coast
towns waiting for better days
to come. Jacmel has a flavor
of its own. To get there you
can take the easy way by air.
or the adventurous way by
road, about 60 miles, practical-
ly every mile of which has a
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FORET DES PINS
(Pine Forest) :
In south-east Haiti, a drive of:':.
some 0 miles froni Port-au-..
Prince is a beautiful pine. forest :.'
at an elevation of abo't 7,ODJB'.
feet. To arrive at this 150,000'i
icre forest, one drives througbJ
'he rich sugar cane lands ofiX
-he Cul de Sae plain, then.
through and arid region of cac-:
tus to the edge of Lake tan
Sumatre, famous sait lake, in-,
!ested with crocodiles, lying on.:;
the frontier of the Dominican ii'
Republic. There the climb com-:;i
mences to the cool Pine Forest! i
This trip will take all day,
returning to your hotel fori
cocktails and dinner. Passing'::::
through a number of small Hai-
tian towns and villages, it af-"::
fords a variety of inpressiions,-
of Haitian life and geographyw,5
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ITALIAN ARTIST HUSBAND OF L

TO EXHIBIT WORK AT CENTRE D


CIONI CARPI'S ,ONE-MXN SilOW OPENS


- Art pafcL,): accustomed to the
vivid colou-i of Haitian primi-
tive and modern painters will
be startled by the sober tones
and suhtcr. treatment of Cioni
Carpi's. works when his *one-
minan-show- opens February 24
at the Art Center.
thoughh .i oni Carpi is not a
Haitian airt,st, and therefore
little I.,novwn in local art circles,
he is a, w:l..ome addition to the
Art of thtLi republic.
Married to Haiti's talented
Luce Turnier- last July, the Mi-
lan-born artist arrived here last
month for an indefinite stay
that may extend to several years.
The couple, parents of a
month-old daughter, Leonora,
will paint professionally in this-
republic as they have done in
Europe, aod the United States
where Lute scored resounding;
sucoesse? with several exhibi-"
tions.
Cioni's,; ehibitions were held
mostly in Itly and France, He
has held three previous one-man
exhibitions and joined in sever-
al collective art shows.

The son of Aldo Carpi, one
of ItalVs great contemporary
painters, who for many years
was. director of the Milan Aca-
demic des Beaux Arts, and who
still paints today at the age of
69, Cioai Was bred to a tradition
of Art. .* I


Artist son of Aldo Carpi, one of
Italy's great contemporary
I painters


As an adolescent he entered
the Milan Polytecnic where he
formalised his painting educa-
tion, but the War broke in to
send him into the Resistance
movement and exile in Switzer-
land.
-He made frequent forays into
Italy after 1943 to help get form-
er Allied prisoners out' from
under the noses of German
troops. Several hair-breadth es-
capes were rewarded at War's
end with a personal citation from
.General Alexander expressing his
'Personal ,appreciation and gratit-
ude'.


UCE TURNIER -lent, Cioni adds mimicing ability
UC U NllE and has appeared frequently in
stage pantomines.
-'ART But his distinction is matched
by other members of his family.
Besides his father (who was
tucked away in a German con-
FEBRUARY 24th. centration camp during the
World War), there are five bril-
liant brothers: one is philosoph-
er,. and another was a composer.
He was reported messing in ac-
They also left the tall, lanky tion.
stage comedian (star of eSans The exhibition will be under
Fillet-4 at the Paris Theatre. Ma- the patronage of the Italian Em-
rini) with a sombre streakwbich b'ssy.
is the mainspring of his love for --
nuances of green, grey and blue
giving his paintings a dramatic,"
even tragic aspect.
The young painter returned to
Milan after the war and joined .
a publicity firm, which he left
in 1951 to become editor of the
newly-founded Italian edition of
the Reader's Digest.
To his already formidable ta-

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SUNDAY, FEB. 19th. 1956


Rodman on WVest Coast Lecture Tour
Writes Of A elivities A nd Feelings


Word was received this week
from Hollywood, California from
Selden Rodmani poet, anthologist,
and art critic whose particular
, yen for Haiti and its people is
evident from his journeying to
Sour shores no fewer than nine
times, his book 'Haiti, The
Black Republic., and his supervi-
sion of- the Saint Trinity Episco-
pal Church's amazing murals from
the brushes of Haitian painters.
In his letter, Mr. Rodman wri-
tes:
I've been lecturing up and down
the West Coast on THE EYE OF
MAN. (I enclose the Time review
of it from which you may want
to quote, and you might mention
that the book includes reproduc-
tions of paintings by Obin and
Bigaud, along with Michelangelo,
Greco, Picasso and other notables
'of the art of painting). In bet-
ween, I'm re-reading WAR &
PEACE, LE ROUGE ET LE NOI-
RE, and THE BROTHERS KARA-
MAZOV, and learning: Spanish in
preparation for a book. I am com-
ing back to Haiti, not so much to
bring HAITI: THE BLAC& RE-
PUBLIC up to date, though I'll
do that, as to be again in the


Coming back in '57.


country I'll always consider my
second home, and to see friends
I've already missed for too long.
Specifically yourself, Edouard
Mathon, Fortune Bogat, Robert
Theard, Roussan Camille, Wilson
Bigaud, Philome Obin, Bill, Vroo-
man, Robert Kenswil, Favard
Dennis, Bishop Voegeli, Pere
Riou, Kurt Fisher, Dennis Be)-
lande, Odiloi Duperier, Tons-
saint Auguste Jasmin Joseph,
Byron Coroneos, Simone Odeide,
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to my mind first. I'm lecturing on to the status of mere decoration.
Haiti, too, the next time. at San- And art is being so demeaned,
ta Fe, New Mexico, on March 5, eight and left.
and I wish I could do the subject Critics who deplore this trend
justice, but who could? Oriana and hope for better things are
is doing inm.saics and silk-screen often laughed at. Laughter, in
prints after school-hours at the 'turn, can make for bitter or even
Art Department of Immaculate bigoted criticism. Rodman,
Heart College. And Maia is joining aware of the danger, does not
us in Colorado March S for the hesitate to belabor some people
trip, home to Oakland... Why did in his own party. Among others,
I omit Lucie Tournier from the Rodman sideswipes A. & P. Heir
random list above? I'm as anxious Huntington Hartford, who last
to see her again after so many summer took full-page ads in
years as the others, and her work six Manhattan dailies to exhort
too. I had a very pleasant visit against modern art and supine
in Washifigton, on my way out art critics (TIME, June 20).
here, with Phito Toby-Marcelin Hartford,' he complains, 'was
and Emmanuel Ledan, and only asking that art define truth rat-
regret that I missed seeing their her than express it and then
charming wives again. That's as defining it himself in the nar-
near to Haiti as' I've been, but rowest terms ... To demand of
I'm there in spirit, and any news art a specit'fic moral answer* isj
you send me will be manna from just as unreasonable as to insist,
Havana. as some formalist critics do, that


THIS BOOK has been awaited
by -a generation for a generation
THE EYE OF MAN
Form and Content in Western
Painting
by SELDEN RODMAN
(Reprinted from TIME, Nov.
28, 1955).
THE BASIC DEBATE
Has the artist any obligation
to weigh human values or to
communicate through his art a
vision of spiritual truth?
SThat simple question, to which
almost any layman would answ-
er yes, gets a fast and furious
no from many of today's- esthe-
tes. Even to ask it in arty circles
is to sbund like a hick or a trou-
blemaker.' Selden Rodman, who
is neither, uses it to kick off one-
of the most provocative art
books in years ( The Eye of Man;
Devin-Adair; $10). His own answ-
er affirmative rattles the
lattices of a hundred ivory to-
wers.


Rodman's thesis, in brief, is
that modern art has turned its
back on content, and therefore
on the public and that
it's a great pity. t Content *
Rodmian defines as e a projec-
tion through tangible symbols
of the artist's attachment to va-
lues outside art itself., To draw
the shutters on all values except
formal ones, and paint pictures
of nothing at'all, demeans art


the artist have no morals at all
that he create in a vacuum. 4
The main contribution of 'he
Eye of Man lies not in such bla
meless refereeing but in Rod
man's heartfelt reinterpretation
of art history, past and present
In a succession of loosely con-
ected essays he shows that art
as always "been two faced. Giot
to knew how to make the two
faces form and content -
merge into one. So did Rem
brandt and every other great
painter. But artists who try to
get around the problem by sa-
crificing form to content (like
the academicians) or content to
form (like the most extreme ol
them oderns) have always fallen
flat between the two.
To-profile the two faces, Rod-


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man organized a loan c'.mhibitipn
at Manhattan's Galle-i-y C; last.
week. One side of the gallery
was devoted to pic.jirf-e, .'mpha-
sizing form, and the othrr sile
to those in which content came
first. Leaning over bacterward to
be fair, he made absiractionts the
show's better half
Through t h i c k ard thin,
Shahn, Sheeler ar.ct l vine,
along with Isabel E.i-.hup, re-.
main the sort of pairjtpe.rsn whom
Rodman describes ot. being
'less concerned wiln art than
with life ... (They) s,,t their
backs against the side ,f fashion
and seek to introd-uce Cxpressi-
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By JANE NELSON


,How ar'. the mighty fallen
and the weapons of war peris]
ed (II Samuel 2, 27) cried D
vid when Saul, and Jonathar
his son, were killed in war. Ha
man been able to find an answer
to his question, wars would hav
been eliminated centuries ag
and there would have been n
need for the kind of *top-level
"meeting held between Britain
Anth,.ny Fden and the Unite
States' Dvight Eisenhower la,
\xck ;n Washington.
The tmo statesmen roamed th
%%orei in their discussions in
found dissension, riots and blooi
shed running rampant. Divided
Germany stares eastward an.
westward, providing perhaps ti
most vivid example of the idec
logic cleavage splitting the mn'.
dern world. Arabs and Israelian
tantalize one another and, 1i
the minds of many, stand on thei
brink of war. > Cypriots finch
nothing really distasteful in Bri
tish rule, but they are just sicl
of it, and consequently Greek
andTurks, who lose no love over
each other on the militarily-stra
tegic Mediterranean island, in
cite 'frequently-fatal skirmishes
When the Washington meeting
broke up Eden and Eisenhowec
had brewed no magic' potent
that would suddenly give us pea
ce; nor had they ushered forthn
a fairy queen whose golden wand
would stop all fighting. What
they did do is nothing startingly
new, but of importance, it is a
powerful, positive gesture in the
nights direction.

Prom the Anglo-American
meeting came a jotit. declara-
tion. In part, it reads, e We are
conscious that in this year 1956,
there still rages the age-old
struggle between those who be-
lieve that man has his origtn.and
his destiny in God and those who
treat marn as if he were designed
merely to serve a state machine.
(Because of our belief that
the state should exist tor the
benefit of the individual and not
the individual for the benefit of
the state, we uphold the basic
right of peoples to governments
of their own choice...
e, We shall help ourselves.
and others to peace, freedom and
social progress, maintaining hu-
man rights where they are al-
ready secure, defending them
when they are in peril and pea-
cefully resoring them where
they have temporarily been lost.


.s While resolutely pursuing
d these aims,which are 'the pro-
st ducts of our faith in God and in
the peoples of the earth, we
e shall eagerly grasp any genuine
d opportunity to free mankind of
d the pall oft fear and in security
d ,whijcn nuw obscures what can
j and should hb a glorious furure.
t, Many times others, frequently
. men less well known and some
just as vwell known, have utter-
s ed the same thoughts. In 1782,
n Benjamin Frarrkin, American
e statesman, inventor and philo-
d sopher, wrote, tAfter much occa-
- sion to consider the folly and
k mischiefs of a state of warfare,
; and 'the little or no advantage
r obtained even by those nation';
. who have conduced it with the
- most success, I have been apt
'to think that there has never
gbern. nor ever will be, any such
r things as a good war or a bad
t peace.
I. x x x
SLast week. far from the Washing-
I ton scene, an Argentinian voiced
t Franklin's theme in terms ap-
plicable to every human being
regardless' of'- nationality. Dr.
SAlberto Gainza Paz c o n-
cluded the e d i t o r i a I in
which he announced the resump-
tion of publication of La Prensa-
the paper stamped out by Peron
with these words: 'The recap-
ture of liberty and the enjoyment
of the essential right of man re-
pay the efforts and sacrifices
which were ,necessary to put our
country back on the track to reha
bilitation. in this common task,
which will be historic and which
will mark the start of a new era,
La Prensa... will cooperate with-
out wavering, with concern for
the public good as from its first
.hour and during its whole exis-
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'. .'
lhese questions form the staple of Mr. Benevolenta's conversational
diet' whenever he can find someone to talk to who isn't quick enough
on his feet, or whom he hasn't killed of boredom the day before)
throughout his stay' in this 'enchanting, picturesque, but puzzling
Caribbean Republic,.
On ne" other hand, he is distinctly averse to alms giving, though
he thinks nothing of forking out his stable American dollars on ex-
pensive luxuries, because il is the duty of the poor to help themselves.

'OURISTICA MYSTICALIA (Or Mr Vodoun)

He came to Haiti in search of Vodoun, in quest of the mys.ic Can-
ibalistic rites which will reawaken his -long-dulled primitivfty and af
ford a vicarious release of instincts warped and suppressed by over-
uietropolisation.
He id soberly coloured (as tourists go), bespectacled, and wears
neavy-soled shoes; or conversely, he may be lemon-shorted, t'alm
each shifted and sandaled.
fnut in either case he is dangerous.
His -theory: Haitiah peasants are descendants' of Africans, voaoun
comes from, Africa, long ago Africans were Cannibals, ergo: Vodoun
is a canibaJistic rite.
Result: He is disappointed. He saw a few dances, he saw a cere-
'mony, he saw nothing to correspond with the stories in .Vault of
Horror.. He will decry this 'fraud. from the rooftops on his return
co his homeland.
nothing g to it Over-rated. I was there and they didn't- do' any-
thing., he tells all who will listen.
i
-:iOURISTICA POLITICO SOCIAL (Ur The Political Student)

b ooer colouring and markings, protective coloration permits him
to nninrate into local circles, studious expression and tendency to
,quotation are his most effective weapons.
Whether his talk is abfiout dialectics or ideals, philosophy or practi--
c ability, he sees in Haiti an unspoiled .testing ground, small enough,
'b handy enough and young enough to provide the basis for his exper-
imntent.
So, during his sometimes protracted stay, he constantly queries ev-
eryone who will listen as to why the country hasn't accepted the ideas
..ie holds and ends up being completely frustrated because he can't
convince anybody to try his personal system of Government.

TZOURISTICA NATIVITA (He'was born here)

SHas never %eaUy seen the country (Can't see the wood for the trees)
-ramd geQ'ses to believe what he has seen.
'c 'ole 1i- spoken .only in the Provinces.. Vodoun' doesn't exist...
SPeasants cani Jlearn..'.', are some of his stock phrases.
S A confirmed hater ef the Provinces, he never moves outside Port
-au Prince if he" can help it, imitates the superficialities, mannerisms
.and bureaucratic atavisms of the French, and tells other species of
4.:ourists what he thinks they want to hear. but in Oh such gracious
7"-ilanguage....
SNatural habitat: The Salon, the Boite de Nuit, and rarely, the.,Bi-
hliotheque or the institutFranvais.
Distintive markings: Heavy suits, horn-rimmed spectacles, very
shliiny shoes, saber ties. Sometimes.


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BEAN STATE
London British and West
Indian leaders are meeting this
week to complete almost a decade
of negotiations for a new 13-is-
land state in the Caribbean.
The projected Caribbean Fede-
ration villa unite 3,000,000 people
of varied racial stocks into a sin-
gle nation within the British Com-
monwealth.
The Confere:ice is expected to
last two weeks.
Following are the islandswhich
have agreed to be federated.
Barbados, Jamaica minus its
dependencies. Trinidad, arid To-
bago, the Leaward Island Group
(Antigua, Monserrat, St. Christo-
phlier, Nevis. Anguillai minus the
Virgin Islands and the Windward
Island Group (Grenada, St. Vin-
cent, St. Lucia and Dominich. )
British Honduras and British
Guiana colonies on the Amer-
ican mainland have decided to
stay out of the Federation on
grounds they have an American,
rather than a British destiny, but
they can join later if they wish.
They have sent along observers.
If all goes well the British gov.
ernment will legislate this year
to enable the Federation to be set
ap within 12 months.
Its status will be that of a self-
governing colony with a two
chamber parliament topped by a
Prime Minister and cabinet and
a British-appointed governor ge-
neral.
Britain will remain responsible
for defense, foreign affairs and
some internal matters such as fi-
nance and internal security.
Britain will be ready eventual-
ly to sponsor the Caribbean Fede-
ration's claims to full and equal
partnership as an independent
member of the British Cbmmnon-
wealth.
The new state would draw
most of its wealth from the sugar,
rum, fruits, spices, cotton, coffee,
oil produced by the islanders. Its
annual volume of trade now tops
600 million dollars.
Provisional capital -- which
this conference likely will con-
firm is the tiny islands of Gre-
nhda, 100 miles north of Venezue-
la. A customs unions also is ex-
pected to emerge.
The Caribbean Federation will
guard the eastern sea approaches
to the Panama Canal US. mili-
ta-y bhse rights on some'of the
islands extending, until the year
2039 will be preserved.

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on rue des Casernes, near Boulan
gerie Les Trois Mages, > on last
Monday afternoon. The fire, cau-
ses unknown, started in one of
the rooms of the house-and quick-
ly spreading burned down the.
house.
The firemen notified by Mr.
Harold, arrived quickly on the
scene but were unable td put ouat
the fire damages were estimated
at S10.000 by North Section Court
Judge Augustin Antoine. .The
Daimec sisters had been using
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6,000 Pounds Of Clothing Donated
To Madame Magloire Foundation

Colonel William Boswell of They took in all the sights
DatLrot, Mi2higan, and Colonel and amusements of the Mardi
Leo I-'-elly, of Chicago, arrived Gras week. pttcnded the mnas-
in Haiti Sunday for a four day querade balls at the Turgeau
holiday visit that ended with Club on Sunday night and Cer-
their announcing the donalton l cle Bellev-ie on Monday night.
,of 6.000 pounds of clothing to be Tuesday they were at Cabane
distr-.luted here by the Mada- Choucoune where Colonel Bos-
me Magloire Foundation. I well. who resembles former
Thew two retired Army officers -President Harry Truman in
said that they were -urged to looks but not in politics, being
cames to Haiti by Detroit busi- a staunch Republican, tried out
ness magnate Jim Herrington, i the. French he discovered- in
now in Haiti with his wife Bet- France while with the yanks in
ty Lou for a three week winter 1917-18.
holiday, andr showing definite
inter 9t in the social service The visitors expressed their
work being undertaken for the ,dczlight with the beauty of the
poor ,-:nd needy of Haiti the. country and the charm and
distidTuisjh visitors were receiv- hospitality of its people before
ed or.. Wednesday by Madame they left Wednesday for the
Maiagloire nt the National Palace. .U.S. where both are prominent
'It was at the Palace that they fIgurcs in the Volunteers of A-
announced that they were shipp- merica organization on whose
ing 6,000 pounds of clothing to behalf the:: contributed the
\ the ,-r1d.mp Magloire Founda- clothing. Thne colonels stopped
tion. at iHotel Choucoune.


World Authority On Bone Diseases
Leave After Lecture Series Here

Dr. eaul Padovania, Aggregate ustrate his lecture, and with co-
Profesi-sor of Surgical Pathology at lored and sound films the audien-
the Faculte of Medicine, of Paris, ce was shown the latest in scien-
Praictising Surgeon "and member ce on these contemporary sub-
of the Academy of Surgery, is one jects Pictures and 160 x-ray illus
of the greatest world autho'ries on Iralions were exposed in the audi-
the treatment of bone diseases, torium of the French Institute
The eminent savant participated by the charming wife of the
in two important medical conven- 'Professor,* assisted by Madame
tons on this continent, in Mexi- Lando.
co and Martinique.
Faithful to the ties of friend-
ship which bind him to the medi- 20 METHODIST
cal corps of Haiti who were 'his PASTORS VISIT
disciples. and anxious to visit the FROM U. S.
-Pearl of the Antilles a, Dr. Pado- R U
vani has spontaneously decided to
spend some time here, unofficial- Twenty pastors of the Metho-
ly, and at his own expense, dist Wesleyan Church of the
TTI.if&A D*I. jaS.A flr+n,


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Resisting the temptation how
irresistable for those Who come
from the fogs and frosts of Euro-
pe of the sunny mountains and
the azure sea, he has consecrat-
ed ahuost all of his time to his
colleagues and students of Port-
au-Prince multiplying with them
the fruitfuL and instructive dis-
cussions. He delivered two tech-
nical lectures, the first 'The Tre-
atment of Ppeudarthroses a on
February 6th at 7:00 P.M., at Pa-
laLs National under the auspices
of he SocietY de Chirurgie, a
His second lecture on February
8th at the Faculty of Medicine,
'The use of external fixtures in
bone surgery, a was delivered
under the joint chairmanship of
Dr. Lucien Pierre-Noel Dean of
the Faculty and Dr. Constant
Pierre-Louis, President of the Me
dical Association.
The French savant used the


unLJneLdUs tateLs t V ci LU rUl-t-attu-
Prince this past week. A great
religious meeting was held to
welcome them at the Methodist
temple on Hue de La Revolu-
tion last Wednesday evening.


special audic-visual equipment ,., >PI
with which he is travelling to ill-;'---


Hurricane Seminar merican Division meteorologist, is
Sto discuss the history of develop-
Set For D. R. ment of hurricane forecasts in the
Atlantic area, communications re-
Miami Feb. 15 quirements for hurricane forecast-
ing and the effects of Hurricane
Some -)of the world's to Hazel, which struck Hiti and
weather men at C iud ad rushed the Dominican Republic
Trujillo for a Caribbean hurrida- in 1954 before lashing the eastern
ne conference February 19 to 25 seaboard of the United States.
The meeting is being held by the


World Weather Organization.

Gordon E. Dunn, chief storm
forecaster in the Miami Weather
Bureau, flew to the Dominican
capital vih Pan American World
Airways Wednesday (February
15 Flight 432 3:50 p.m. ) to
deliver three lectures at various
sessions.
Dunn, who works closely with
Robert S. Bush, PAA's Latin A-


Consul Here After
Anti-Segregation Fight
Haitian Consul to Nassau, Mr.
Ma rice Liautaud arrived last
week on vacation, after chalking
up a fruitful year in the Bahamas
where he gained the distinction of
obtaining the official suppression
of racial discrimination in the
hotels of the island. The Consul


i Other experts flying to Ciudad will return to his post at the end
Trujillo for the conference inclu- of this month.
de Dr. E. Palmer of Fipland, and
Dr. Tor H. P. Bergeron of Uppsa- Here from Cuba
la, Sweden, two leading theoreti- Mr. John M. Young is in Haiti
cal meteorologists; Commander J. doing a series of articles for
C. Millas, director of the Cuban North American newspapers and
government observatory at Hava- The Havana Post. He is leaving
na, and Dr. Herbert Riehl of the the first of the week fore Cap Hai-
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?AGII 18 HAITI SUN SUNDAY, FEB. 19th.. 1956


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Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Dreyfuss
welcomed their loyely new daught
er, a nine-pounder, born on Tues-
Sday February 14th. Tiny .Marie-
Christine* is the first of the line,
and she and her mom, the former
Marie-Therese S.t e.h e n s o n.
S(SCISP girl) are receiving the
Svisits of admiring relatives ..-and
":, friends at the Bourand Maternity
Clinic.
-x xXX
S. Lieutenants' Maurepas Auguste,
[.: Edner Nelson and Jean Ewald
Bernier, of the Arm6e d'Haiti left
SSunday on scholarships to the
t U.S. where they will follow mili-
S-' tary courses at internationally-
known centers.
"' X X -X
::. Miss Rona Ferguson, charming
* young Ja'mai\an spent Carnival
..week here with Mrs. Odette
r. Blanchard of Bourdon.
!x. .x x
The well known and happy
lucky fellow Gaston River, for-
-mer accountant for Shell, will
NY: fly to New York sodn to study
Scomminerce.


.*. X X X
SThe Carnival Ball that took
pl ace at Hotel Villa Creole, Mon-
Sday "night, is said to have Seen
Sone of the most exciting of the
:. Mardi-Gras festivities. Guests re-
.ceiving prizes for the most origi-


nal. disguises were: Mrs. Milton
Schneidman of S. David, Pennsyl-
vania, Mrs. Adelaide Vohland, of
Miami, and Mrs. Bill Pulver of
Millerton, New York. Mrs.
Schneidman is staying at the Vil-
Tla Creole; the other two winners
are at Petion-Ville's Majestic Ho-
tel. I
X X'X
Mr. and Mrs. Michadl Jones
(Sugar Factory executive) re
turned Wednesday to their home
in Jamaica after a happy week
enjoying the Mardi-Gras. They
were lodged at the home'of (At-
torney anrd Mrs. Simon Pesva-
rieux, at Chemin des Dalles.
xxx
Mrs. Raymond Gerdes who
was operated on two weeks ago is
much better now.
xxx
Miss 'Yolla Pierre left yester-
day, for Montreal where she
will spend the next three years
studying nursing.
xxx
Gerald Bertoni celebrates his
birthday on_ February 28. A
group of his friends will -give
a party in honor of the event.


xxx
Jamaica'.; Jacqueline Frita en-
joyed her stay here at the Ri-
viera Hotel during the Carnival.
Jacqueline, 'a very attractive


young lady, loves Haiti and is
well-known for. her charm and
graciousness.
xxx
Mr. and MIrs. Daniel Gerdes
Ire.welcoming a new son who
was born on January 13th. The
boy who wai born weighing 9L,
lbs. He will be called Rudolph. Ru-
dy is their 5Lh child.
xxx
Two 'Kingston debutantes,
Miss C. Freind and Miss Bever-
ly'Lewis ar6 enjoying a ,good
visit in Haiti and have extended
their stay over to Feb. 26th
when they will clipper home to
Jamaica.


XXX


Mr. William Leader, former
Pepsi-Cola representative for
the Caribbean has been spend-
ing most of his island-hopping
time at the Riviera with his
wife, and the William Schwinds.
They are returning home to
Maine where they grew up with
tEggie Vincent, on Tuesday' on
the S.S. s Ancon. b
x X X

The B. ,. C. Cdub gave a fare-
well luncheon, Thursday, at the
r home of Mrs. Lou Stokes, in Pe-
tion-Ville, for Mrs. Hilda Madden
who leaves soon with her hus-
band,"Bill of TEXACO for a new
assignment.
xxx


Friday, Mrs. Bob Charles.
wife of the Coast Guard Com-
mander, greeted' her brother
and his wife here on a post-Mar-
di-Gras ,sejour.
XXX

Mrs. Henri Odeide left on
Delta flight Thursday for Ciudad
Trujillo.


Mr. Quade, chief of the Ge-
neral MIotor.F Corporation ex-
port division, and Mr. Larchar,
manager of GMC's Caribbean
export branch, are in Port-Au-
Prince staying at the Ibo Lele
Hotel with their wives. The two
couples will be here until Tues-
day and then continue their
round trip tour of the Carib-
bean. Theyv we're in Miami at-
tending GMC's annual Motora-


ma aiisplay. Last night the Mar-
cel Gentils feted the v\.ii'-rs.
xxx

Two lovely young ladies irom
the American Embassy in Havana
were in Port-au-Prince over the
weekend and were staying zt' the
San Souci Hotel. There's ii'-, use
the young men rushing o.er to
the Hotel for they return y.:.
Monday is a working day.


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I
,Lovely, young Nicole Duvi-
vier, daughter of the learned
Professor and Mrs. Ulrich Du-
vivier, is engaged to Edouard
icottr.


XXX
Mr. andi Mrs. R. Dawson of
West:ield. New Jersey were
among th-2 happy passengers of
the S.S. x .Mauretanr# o who ex-
pressed their great admiration
for The tranquil beauty'of.this
country. Mr'. Dawson who for
over twenty years has headed
one of th. largest construction
tfirms -n the northeast of the
U.S.. admired the architectural
design of some of our newer-ho-
tels. 11
The couple have already plan-
ned to spend their next winter
vacation in Haiti and will travel
with their two'sons who are ve-
ry much interested in our folk-
101-2.
IX xv.
xxx
Alan Howard, publisher of the
Social Spectator magazine, and
his wife, a top? photographer,
stopped off for a day on Thurs-
day following a tour of South
America. Upon departure they
promised to return and view
Hfaiti's famed Citadelle.
'XXX
Former Mayor of New York
Vintent'Impelliteri arrived here
Saturday from Ciudad Trujillc
on a three day visit. He is stay-
ring at the El Rancho Hotel.
r xx
Mr. Cecil Lyon, Deputy As-
sistant $cretary of State for
Latn America in the US De-
partment of State, will he a vi-
sitor in Port-au-'Prince on the
.23rd to 25th of February. HIe is
visiting IHaiti to confer with
U.S. &nbassy officials.
xxx
John P. Halarrison, of the U.S.
National Archives and Records
,of Wasiington D.C., wil be in
Port.au-Prince on May 11 to con-
fer' with leading Haitian Archi-
vists.
XXX
The Willim R. Stanleys of
Kansas City hopped back from
Nassau to see Mardi-Gras with
%he Ashtons of Villa Rosa.
XXX *'
Joe Magee 'of Morris', one of
New York's biggest 'theatrical
agencies, is at the Oloffson.
X X X .... ,
Lucien Marchahd," c Louloui,
leaves today..for New York.
XXX.x
Dr. Stimson and his wife,. the
former Andree Lc- rebours, are
very proud to announce the
birth of their first child lo-
vely baby girl.

















.."l, M


Mike Wallace and wife Lor-
raine had friends to cocktails at
their Gro-i Morne home Wed-
nesday evening. Mike who is a
famous TV personality, and Lor-
raine are returning to New York
this weekend via Sat Juan. Be-
fore departure, Mike mentioned
that Marg,.iret Truman, his co-
star on an NBC daily program
may visit Hiti in the near fu-
ture. The Exposition Boulevard
is named after her father, inci-
dentally, Harry S. Truman, for-
mer President of the U.S.
xxx
Two Vip's are due by plane from
Miami the afternoon of Feb 23,
Mr. John Nicholas Brown and
Mr. Mark Edwin Andrews. Both
are former Assistant Secreta-
ries of the Navy, Mr. Andrews
having had this post during war,
until 1949. His firm, Mark Ed-
win Andrews Ltd, of Houston,
Texas in conjunction with John
W. Mecom, ?lso of Houston, and
Commonwealth Oil Co. of Hai-
ti are drilling for oil on Gona-
ve Island.
Mr. Brown, for whose family
Brown University was named,
is a famous sailor, his yacht
a Bolero -4 having won in the
Olympics. Both will be at Hotel
Ibolele during their stay here.


Guests at Ibo Lele 'gotant la vie de viv~e) in the company of the
owner, Architect jtobert J. Baussan, In the photo are: William erns,
NBC Director of News and Special Events, his (ife Toni, talented
artist. :ls6 .Leonore Fox, wife of Franklin Fox, seated behind. Mr.
Fox is Vice-President of the Rapids Furniture Company of Boston.
The Fox's spent 15 days here the Berns spent five days at El Ran-
cho...


Mrs. Bolande Value, who left
Haiti a year ago, isback in town
for a three month visit with her
parents.
XXX
David R Lessler, Attorney-at-
Law, and Court Commissioner
in Bridgeport. Conn. had such a
wonderful time here that he
prolonged his stay four days.
Shown the Mardi-Gras sights
by Kurt and Mrs. Fisher, Mr.
Lessler who was accompanied
by his wife described in glowing
terms the discovery of two new
worlds from his seat in the PAA
Clipper ( he admits he had never'
flown before) he" explains how
he found the fleecy clouds, the
world of Atlantis in the sea, and
the exotic Haiti.


One of the most prol ic ra-
conteurs,, to cqme -6t of the
Pentagon is Lt. Colonel P. J.
Malteis who was in Port recent-
Son^ annual leave. Oqe of the
oris "told'. by' the 'flubently
French-speaking army man is
about the W'estern Union. Mes-
S-nLger b6v who got lost in the
wilderness of the Pentagon.
When he finally found his way
Manager Webster of Hotel Ri- out. he was a rigadier Gene-
viera .resigane' his commission rAl. The return visit of the Corn
Wednesday and sailed forth for mander is eagerly looked for-
England where he will super-i ward byrriends who love his
vise the serving of roast -beef 'tall stories.
and dumplings in a c6hi res- x x x
tauraut. Webstert a fine soldier, Mr. Morel. Stacco, Chef de
and possibly sailr, was 8orr in Service of the Administration
the wrong era.%1 'iNa on'i Cominmunalk, came ii lasttl'urs-
time h6 woold-be no doubt Go- day, from Detroit, Michigan. IHe
*vernor'of La Gonave. spent a. month tai g cae. of
xx x,x hia kidney. He is supposed to
be in fine shape now. On hand
AIdQ Cania, of the Hotel Beau to greet him was his lovely new
Rivage, will fly this week to daughter, Sandra.
New Vork and then .to ta.- '..'
Mr. Capia will remain in Milan New on the social. scene is the
for about two months. Dominican Ambassador, Porfi-
x x '" rio Basora v deq la 'Rosa who
arrived Wednesday morning on
Antoine Rene -Talamas and Pan Americal Flight 432. The
his attractive wife are planning diplomat was met at Bowen
to leave this week on an inte- Field by.Inlroducer of Ambassa-
resting journey. Trhe, will tra- dors Roger Savain of the-Prot.o-
vel to New York and from there role Division, officials of the
take a boat to Paris. Foreign Relatlons office, and
D3minican Embassy Secretary
x x x Victor L. Aybar, and other per-
sonalities.
Mrs. Fritz Benouet will soon x x x
fly to Wa';hington with a group
of employees of the Works De- House guest of Captain and
nnitmnint. Mrs. Benouet is ouite "Mr's. Ellas t)f the Geodetic Sur-


excited over the comining trip. vey is Belltty Darbee.





ltam ous sinct /

Taimous since 'IS?2 ez


xxx
Mr. Jcaques Valbrune, direct-
or of the SCFPA, was given a


birthday party yesterday
group of his employees.


by a


xxx xx

Gebrge Eddy from French-
town, New Jersey arrives _- this
week-end on 'the good ship
e 'COINMAR MERCHANT -
to vacation with friends. George
-is the father of Jane who was
formerly here with the Ameri-
can Cultural Attache. She is
now in Rio.
xxx
Mrs. Lillian JhMoody hopped
over for a day at the Fair in
C.T'. with Plato and'Edna Cox,
after Mar(I-Gras. The Coxes
are regular Mardi-Gras goers in
Haiti. Longtime 'Miami friends
of Skipper and Mrs. Clarence
B. Moody.
xxx
Popular Lucien Lindo, Hdi-
tian now residing in New York
Cityi s back for a slort 20 day,
vacation. Lindo left-Haiti two-
years ago and chose ''Carnival
time to return for his visit.

XXX

Attractive Ghlslaine Dessour-
ces will soon leave Port-aurAPrin-
ce for Montreal where she' wil.
study nursing.


We beg. to disagree with the Haiti Sun's proof readers

I But

Our cook IS in before dawn and cooking on all four burners

So remember you don't have to go to bed hungry

Run, crawl or stagger to c(Au Chanteclair open 24 hours a day

2 Rue Rigaud "

IMarion De Young Grisworld (formerly of Hlotel O1offld
.... ... .-. ........ .


"i X :i ,, *:
Jay Maisel Park in from New.
York to photograph the Carni-
val hopes !o return, in near fu-
ture for two months stay.
Helen Johnson left her Pu-
blic Relations job at the Rivie-
ria Wvcdnesday and'returned to
Miami. ".
*' Tem. Bernard, a6 amiu d'Hai-
ti for the ]last decade is throw-
ing 4commcn.t ou y .. -about to
old friends. He is stepping with
Dr. and Mrs. Scalas at the Ze-
phirin house in Pacot.
*.- xrT*.z
The Jane Barbancourt Dis-
tillers family has just been in-
creased by the arrival of a new
baby son born to Mr. and Mrs
Siegfried Rudolf Linge' Little
cBertyb and his mom, the for-
mer Jane Barbancourt, are both
doing well.


Pranck J. Martin Venezuelan-
Co4 blew W town fr-
Miami this W.deek'lpav'ng wife
J.lie at her multipjo Sl
tivities W.le h. hche.ks'ih'.I.h
Copx4agnie Haitlqhne9-'
eunsraa "bhs.oLteT'.bditiesi-- ib''';
theree finh- Hait. :, .:
:<.:.^ x ""' '*.. _" *
Supreme Cou4'r rar.-p.Ust
tian tLaporle c iha..le paner
cp riltemnp.) on Feh-nary 'i'..
x x .
Louis. son flpw--to-'Kfngs'
ton, aurday; ... .- ._.-"
., x- x ... *: .'.* .;
SS. Dadlani of Waison. Oieta .
le -clp-ered to l tnS ai,:
-ohn Yon Hobo4eai'i' lt.fai!;
Thorland to day' i
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Jr. ayrmond .l.Adg w 'et
a b r o a d o n th e '1 5 t h ; ... ...r
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Hlonemooners, Dr. Arthur Zeiger and his artist wife Sophia; .a.,
seen Edm.'-ng IArcely's tableau .Causd Mande Chita. at the recent
Se-,hibititn at *Caicrie Villa Creolc. Sophia is a celebrity in the U.S.-
".,here her paintings have gained renown. She also is illustrator fot
numerous American magazines. They were at Ibo Lele for 10 days."-',.


S PAGE .19


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IH H^ Salvador's .Public Works Minister and therefore the same. problems
as their own homeland.


THE WORLD


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FOR EVERY OCCASION


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8ec9d6df9d1721ad73570b624d7340d9
349149ea38231d1ccf783ddf4818a518855bb79a
'2014-05-15T01:44:48-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:42:27-04:00'
virus check
'180551' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile138' 'sip-files00018.pro'
fb4c0f9630e4cb917aebae09cc0527c1
6e7cedd8cd6eaf10cb50952881e53db2540324b7
describe
virus check
'180123' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile139' 'sip-files00019.pro'
1a0d98c01fe1d4befbc60a7c11d1f2c3
13d6029e7d9b84d2bf7f409e9918f9a4b7b84ba4
'2014-05-15T01:44:20-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:41:23-04:00'
virus check
'53268468' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile14' 'sip-files00014.tif'
2105355918c916c0832ad22f0eb54a32
355deaebbb3d595532b38f50af94b3243811d824
'2014-05-15T01:43:30-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:40:39-04:00'
virus check
'213072' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile140' 'sip-files00020.pro'
4f44557f885e113aa2b41650bebc9420
d44381340dd917152f36a003c69d16c64545d0e9
describe
'2014-05-15T01:43:00-04:00'
virus check
'179838' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile141' 'sip-files00021.pro'
a91870667ab195c97fe3f1fa09e9156e
75316a739ad32a75ef455e2df0a44abeca3c7bf7
describe
virus check
'128465' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile142' 'sip-files00022.pro'
cd259533356c9d8f8d0c67ac23e13b65
785c79c77090af7d4273335bdd5a05933e7625dc
'2014-05-15T01:44:43-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:42:16-04:00'
virus check
'254814' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile143' 'sip-files00023.pro'
e793b62f99059aa391be28458ad1b3a6
8e9ccf673450195618ebf21bf94ba5e911d06774
describe
virus check
'6405' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile144' 'sip-files00024.pro'
190b6e962a76782e8de0ae4e581e1010
1e90e6d696f2f6fb14543ec56d46e74f2b0f343e
'2014-05-15T01:43:28-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:40:34-04:00'
virus check
'8927' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile145' 'sip-files00001.txt'
e50a77841aab15a6c44be439ccedf296
4c1b569a736977b837361f1aecb066cb4e9fd69c
'2014-05-15T01:44:52-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-15T01:42:38-04:00'
virus check
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
Invalid character
'9796' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile146' 'sip-files00002.txt'
468e11762efeaf0ba39711661cf65397
ece32096a773d2df93b2689dffb39a2766fb3fe9
'2014-05-15T01:43:37-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8715' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile147' 'sip-files00003.txt'
a1b104acd9f2ec5dcdfe452ae7c821fa
d0841caa5871e916c4932990935a0a1f0be51e1c
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8580' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile148' 'sip-files00004.txt'
dfcf11e24e79f104e949bebf7b947cdf
499a481bb329f9b02c2554324a76a8b416aca10a
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'4948' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile149' 'sip-files00005.txt'
77619a87b26a106e3cb858b06aeeed8f
42677bfe5ca6fcaf9773e3de2f4ee2c200637c87
'2014-05-15T01:44:36-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-15T01:42:00-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'47519280' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile15' 'sip-files00015.tif'
79cad05bfd731c6433581e16163018a5
9116d6129fe9c60a6fac791599d7ddfa477b00b7
'2014-05-15T01:45:27-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:43:27-04:00'
virus check
'8875' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile150' 'sip-files00006.txt'
8cda0761004f1b1e56972a5b80a66e4b
c077b480da7050d902f236106a8675d3d8e16149
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8085' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile151' 'sip-files00007.txt'
6f70cc912c3ae83ed8bbaac77e2f8bd0
8f71f5c78c6d93c5651f622181d2f4e3e11f2c04
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5933' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile152' 'sip-files00008.txt'
79995533189b386f384d5b470ac01550
6e86f6230244070b664c45216ad9d752c3a626c7
'2014-05-15T01:45:06-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'2187' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile153' 'sip-files00009.txt'
0f3ee895c817a8768561363b4e18ea14
2d5cea9dde546281df865a4f7904a0def3944260
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-15T01:41:59-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'395' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile154' 'sip-files00010.txt'
619b57bc7e25ead0a46d5904c95bc787
b1a3e23939151be3b3c78d69f4edfced7ba25cb8
'2014-05-15T01:44:57-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'9144' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile155' 'sip-files00011.txt'
f4e2ba4fb70404cea1029429e13f94a6
80de249555e01a2c7b16c6ae51c94fed2b8196be
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8915' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile156' 'sip-files00012.txt'
0c6b36b9754dc27e1a625fce64e0252e
bb2601b87f23a168ee482f8c0098e393951db4d6
'2014-05-15T01:44:09-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6171' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile157' 'sip-files00013.txt'
abd0d25af5d36101cdd4f37083caab85
0ec6f0f5b1a9ea2ae918be50afebcd121ab589eb
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'2328' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile158' 'sip-files00014.txt'
f9bcaf59c31f3b99e20efea7b7da61d7
3c532b8c2247a6dd2b00d8e99a54839df774b97a
'2014-05-15T01:44:37-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'261' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile159' 'sip-files00015.txt'
fddf798f39897451438a9c7c4f1602bd
8c9953dd13334a2a04f1084b161d9ed01c6d1738
'2014-05-15T01:44:19-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47592558' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile16' 'sip-files00016.tif'
5bfc338d15465b0f46b4358b02147e6f
93548d4070f1b51ac982533df0a217daf429d313
'2014-05-15T01:44:22-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:41:28-04:00'
virus check
'677' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile160' 'sip-files00016.txt'
11bb1a174734797b722e765299bb9d9b
a17590cf5bd034ad252e3bb760297183799c4858
describe
virus check
'4471' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile161' 'sip-files00017.txt'
3b909530502b19422008cada78e93d9a
7075e0d59e98eccdeb3ca196e93f39d23ec1e614
describe
virus check
'7639' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile162' 'sip-files00018.txt'
c8fdac79ff6795577eaeb4c25a54ca89
4035448bde3a45f12d01d30694651e1cd53e5fb6
'2014-05-15T01:43:54-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-15T01:41:00-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7707' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile163' 'sip-files00019.txt'
d8f42158a5ad6a1d9c0921a2d5dea758
1925dcdb651f73b33c47ae7447760ed638519c49
'2014-05-15T01:43:43-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8916' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile164' 'sip-files00020.txt'
b9c1f5db35946afd6eca9a381a2ccc2a
dd72c1c6453a5efb1efca1327236b09323c8759c
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7802' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile165' 'sip-files00021.txt'
facb38cf19e001923691e96061af65f9
78932a12e526447fbdae9a3a492b35bb2d2e34f4
'2014-05-15T01:43:41-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5668' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile166' 'sip-files00022.txt'
baad5ce2a072fc6d7d50a9f12c39ddc9
a8156cb6ab7b78210e77ae07d94f3085d423e560
'2014-05-15T01:43:32-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-15T01:40:40-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10998' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile167' 'sip-files00023.txt'
4b864fa21b485ea1039bb6ef0e1c878d
b531dffe447c101bbe97d919dca77f5a07110d75
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'320' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile168' 'sip-files00024.txt'
a384af25edbd587d53a9ac5a3f13aa76
9b5a3977d2ba7aae9e18cab064d87497b37a44ca
describe
virus check
'35532' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile169' 'sip-filesAA00015023_00354.mets'
0c1f088ff8fac8b8b73b1b06e54e7886
b080f8a574d1f60f4639385746cdc51b1f558217
describe
virus check
'2014-06-18T12:07:07-04:00'
xml resolution
'49924098' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile17' 'sip-files00017.tif'
a86fe13953eb41ab1b461de0689edced
1452940c287f162a4c4f2ab159d3fa2540c94baa
'2014-05-15T01:43:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49236486' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile18' 'sip-files00018.tif'
319f3a98e6c6eac901fb2220da173029
8ffe8415859293f059c641d49e2dd125e3ee247d
'2014-05-15T01:45:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50386516' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile19' 'sip-files00019.tif'
a32dd0a958ebe55a50e8c8d5fb14a508
74e77507be572b7a530c9ede9580c5545b399605
'2014-05-15T01:43:33-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48403212' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile2' 'sip-files00002.tif'
cdc0020ffa99181f34056606c47249dd
e922e22f61db3c4f0cae239f0171c7c2022363ae
'2014-05-15T01:44:12-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:41:20-04:00'
virus check
'48718446' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile20' 'sip-files00020.tif'
66cfba0f5ae7abb3637875644025c209
eb32044081f9489822ec6adf196e4308ffb4559d
'2014-05-15T01:43:42-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50334918' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile21' 'sip-files00021.tif'
0cea0555951138a8d83b6104f218addc
d5991ffd706ccd8fa0c93b2c772a96b42fb19c2f
'2014-05-15T01:44:03-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:41:12-04:00'
virus check
'48826536' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile22' 'sip-files00022.tif'
afc1b7443fd196b822d52b9f2dd75340
3fa597684095ca1fd3cf44e09fb09af866f5d363
describe
virus check
'49418004' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile23' 'sip-files00023.tif'
82056ad6afc78ff0727dc303f42f30e7
28d1f2a97ec9087de26863e8afda6651572e4b6f
'2014-05-15T01:44:31-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:41:53-04:00'
virus check
'50059224' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile24' 'sip-files00024.tif'
beaebda3afab345fe3ff80391d43e914
72066060e6857aeceb489fc9b6eb7c38a5bdfe92
describe
virus check
'2097552' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile25' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
c9442a5732949d211ad9c2248a6c534c
c91c9a584f95a0d9bb83b4d60446da08938ca312
describe
virus check
'2016895' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile26' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
2d1a1f28cc2fe93d59eb83b6cdf1e3b3
435caee7773ac2e9d009d6c892086e2c41fb7008
describe
'2014-05-15T01:42:01-04:00'
virus check
'2098380' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile27' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
022e158a9d6b581fa8f1cb49c4c6d955
7a824627e32a57d79c7d35bf93c83fb411e897c0
'2014-05-15T01:44:38-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2055346' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile28' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
6bcb4452b0f3b3a8e469751846ea6058
accca52c29f93bdfccfae6421c0686f2b3b9b8a1
'2014-05-15T01:43:48-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2077781' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile29' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
27966550921719193103991c5f1e1ba9
b3c9a3061066a20449b55b1f0ae0e56cd538b63a
describe
virus check
'50358870' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile3' 'sip-files00003.tif'
68c6205427f534b436ab6774599471bf
1c4c61743f30e9529153e0e79f374aee12ce7893
'2014-05-15T01:43:57-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:41:07-04:00'
virus check
'2074421' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile30' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
f695af194441e6ec860adb470c1599b7
a19ab22b106c585aa0336723fc7e053ce00bcaec
'2014-05-15T01:44:16-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2081372' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile31' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
343d8b1e0b36c1d2f55a7cd6c7a2e146
0f78d11e4b422241b40184f49c8843642b879863
'2014-05-15T01:44:40-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:42:09-04:00'
virus check
'2025898' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile32' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
69d417accad2aef81c7e3f65edb87274
8c3886e95b64466d1278f16ba0ee27209b4f4825
'2014-05-15T01:44:28-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:41:41-04:00'
virus check
'2010657' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile33' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
ace35ea2c0f2380dd4e886499e1506cc
7f67e17794f007cba3a134e2b8d879f0ffc8668c
describe
virus check
'2096755' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile34' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
25a5fddbb15c2949b2782415eb575e15
4d09e531ab7cd51067ffc277334f3a2965844c2c
'2014-05-15T01:45:07-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:42:50-04:00'
virus check
'2204321' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile35' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
f5a47cf92a90d2bfda342be90f3bc6e5
d58bcd12622ed7c5b24655dafefb56c02ad19a33
describe
virus check
'2194255' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile36' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
899764ff1836b595561589e425124bcb
1a75dafb1936cb7b6f863d52e9bbd0cc224d4611
describe
virus check
'2237390' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile37' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
7653d5cf32b656f88f4eda396b6ddf4e
a36f323011761bcf37c0cf19d0187f172b19a656
describe
virus check
'2219567' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile38' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
47566c99d1011633f7e989e4789b9386
e8b1d530ff5beaf561738fd2f3f5c2ae53ad175d
'2014-05-15T01:44:21-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:41:24-04:00'
virus check
'1980052' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile39' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
fb0615b553be59f4094a79d71c7ff4e6
eab92662e7f3f37b8ac65e716f8f4a76232aecd3
describe
virus check
'49326402' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile4' 'sip-files00004.tif'
6120553ddcb8f060bc7270dc4cf02d49
77f5ae26823f1ab7c2cc00728db72cf2c28e1507
describe
'2014-05-15T01:42:07-04:00'
virus check
'1983124' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile40' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
200c2b228cd31ed9f56c93970e1eb9cd
356c8b9ddd57ccbae4252d67c8ba76a89170e3b8
describe
virus check
'2080225' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile41' 'sip-files00017.jp2'
6b85e416669414fab4e59bebcd3a6b3f
9e6f962cd7cab10e90ffc86cfd69b8462fdbcac6
describe
virus check
'2051599' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile42' 'sip-files00018.jp2'
c385d17cb50ea3ca68d7faea29ab067a
a3ef0cf38c4fd7122b471b7d51d7084273c06e73
describe
'2014-05-15T01:41:29-04:00'
virus check
'2099538' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile43' 'sip-files00019.jp2'
8c61b8519e09d769a6ca0606045d5da9
7f486bb39d6ce487463c5c46871e529d8484d38f
describe
virus check
'2030038' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile44' 'sip-files00020.jp2'
399be563ffaf361c4355f7ce7558a097
676c776407727bcf758cf01b361af014131b48a5
describe
virus check
'2097384' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile45' 'sip-files00021.jp2'
d8070394298fe98eb3cad3f001439b2a
525b8eafa8fb25690e5cab75b148d8b0a5cde9d5
describe
'2014-05-15T01:42:41-04:00'
virus check
'2034496' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile46' 'sip-files00022.jp2'
1b7c98cb564ffae1f03b269fab5deb4e
e96ae28fbf268aa79726888a5b7a89b87739c329
'2014-05-15T01:44:24-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:41:31-04:00'
virus check
'2059164' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile47' 'sip-files00023.jp2'
7f25abf3428b3ed073cc7669d2a065a4
156b604f0e53a497976be1a60baef5443c99b354
describe
virus check
'2085804' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile48' 'sip-files00024.jp2'
6b7e9c6a221cdb273bf8da7fb7318823
2247db5481f758fc225d09b57c26a46c1e414c26
describe
virus check
'658273' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile49' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
18e112eb58fb6d40cc75c706ab45d686
aea3914c6a7bab9b85c24f588aaacff710d8834c
describe
'2014-05-15T01:42:28-04:00'
virus check
'49864488' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile5' 'sip-files00005.tif'
b6f3baf2f559c8d0806450bc1757d038
e6bb507530ead6c071b0998c6f6bb686191dfe58
'2014-05-15T01:44:46-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:42:26-04:00'
virus check
'63991' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile50' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
1121267f84ba88fa753bcda943ec77ce
b83b65d10d0db9da4cc488cfe5db09b040d3aae1
'2014-05-15T01:44:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'745259' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile51' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
03c7cc9c0f3a267ffbe83d4da6b56f55
33c06749f130ced1c1e73ce460c7a6b0f1076479
describe
virus check
'73686' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile52' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
4dc81d4e779ad9724feaf674e66771c9
b23b4b574ed7f2d1618dbedbfd02659af098260f
describe
virus check
'681783' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile53' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
f5acc3ac50183431026fd2d3543e4e93
26b020593b4feea268284c5c8de31035c4083558
describe
'2014-05-15T01:42:02-04:00'
virus check
'65252' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile54' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
ff3cfaed87d427b6d06bd7e8a74e821c
bb315f679c35b94558262b4a920e9f8a432ffc05
describe
virus check
'711343' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile55' 'sip-files00004.jpg'
3a4faed108dac441d0042849946523e6
c02a905bd843e861ec9ced23406ac19a0880f536
'2014-05-15T01:43:51-04:00'
describe
virus check
'72986' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile56' 'sip-files00004.QC.jpg'
0edcfa146d479486aca4365721b6d5bb
e849f492a2f0849579aad3a1dbb46e9ef0e5f1ca
describe
virus check
'676325' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile57' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
aa6049a8a72c33cc1995f59cf416d3a1
9e6e84823b844b58ad1f35930601587106673dc4
describe
virus check
'71799' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile58' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
643b7a489c03d5153778f8f0ff4f2f3b
b20f790d13913008c650cf47d7dfd0772f7f233e
describe
virus check
'682640' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile59' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
5876a5cb7c9459ffa0cb923f7f72ee8c
c4a09e31695e14b0b772cfe0aefa55bf290aa636
'2014-05-15T01:44:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49784394' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile6' 'sip-files00006.tif'
71139ee107f0616028f3c0c7ebc6c226
afb6af13f289750d2f7fd24fc684cc21b413440b
describe
virus check
'65802' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile60' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
c15ed781aca1b050ba62fa845715fee0
2da3ab8ddae6c20c49d30c49e14fd6f8e5023987
describe
virus check
'670183' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile61' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
0bd6cbd56d8931658a66b243b2d47b70
d8eca6d83a6575941463f923f6afcf5c081e308a
describe
virus check
'71765' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile62' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
99e303dd057ae920d2625e5e1fdff0b2
69551b21ae2fb2c042a78baad7f2a0c02451eb0b
describe
virus check
'716103' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile63' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
510ad2692319fa12d91b43f079b0156b
432325430d9bb80191543b118ac97de949f7fe61
'2014-05-15T01:45:01-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:42:48-04:00'
virus check
'76242' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile64' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
c4ff91833b4a175254fb9cf3d7c80fb0
a344bb50d567059af6bf5dd37a722e85a223a326
describe
virus check
'714959' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile65' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
6386f98dfc68b79a89524b8b39f23de0
8a5a8abce7f52dee0bc4184b5bba749c837ed3b9
'2014-05-15T01:44:32-04:00'
describe
virus check
'82453' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile66' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
a3cda9a24ecba60dbb91c0791c4f5953
88d109761e150fc442df72f3f5c7c4f5e50c9ddf
'2014-05-15T01:43:56-04:00'
describe
virus check
'749440' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile67' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
522fa0b874a32b4ecf1bd6778148ba81
18665537d1a9c2ce4260d6313b0a1d6ea76d05e5
'2014-05-15T01:44:53-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:42:39-04:00'
virus check
'79100' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile68' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
dd63ecb5686f624a916e6b984c33948a
542c73926d302aac90cdc305efab10882e72ea8d
describe
virus check
'637714' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile69' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
f64abbce7643d9f6b76e40fd153c17be
ad3a16dda13e0ce5aa97b7b14543c4893e3cd802
describe
virus check
'49950484' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile7' 'sip-files00007.tif'
3ec843c1b23b0c91d93ba679dc8b46ef
e3f8711131b68b7da27622316f75ea74a42fcb69
'2014-05-15T01:45:09-04:00'
describe
virus check
'70411' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile70' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
214a264084bb63e0a307d775c8f06aab
9bdf9ea23b7e1dbcc8ef5970ee9ed2d811d46f23
'2014-05-15T01:43:31-04:00'
describe
virus check
'734752' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile71' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
92ef1fab4b7f1b4c48e337edde1f7f63
076907652a39331580c96fe3ebc4f59805c916ab
describe
virus check
'78617' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile72' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
103f1eb11e72d03517892bbb0fe52b79
c1f6182acd3e78c5bd4d2bd77d98d4193a442a58
describe
virus check
'674611' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile73' 'sip-files00013.jpg'
2b6cbeca2992fa2ffabb3b300299d3cb
fc808e56a83bfa2ba0f8fb15749633826e4990ed
describe
virus check
'77091' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile74' 'sip-files00013.QC.jpg'
8e112305f7e5a185360ea99693141e34
1818e6c7f6d2a5504365e755f39e28ce4961a491
describe
virus check
'700276' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile75' 'sip-files00014.jpg'
85780a648d0c9beccd396ef901e71a62
ea18027ede35a48b042c799d3816ad6825284ac4
describe
virus check
'77751' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile76' 'sip-files00014.QC.jpg'
6e261f8761412badec6e09ec7fbc5072
e68383d2bc36a7123923bf651c7604518698b6d9
describe
virus check
'689743' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile77' 'sip-files00015.jpg'
45261bb7a23216fedd68ffea81cbdca6
2c967170b774df644fcde0a752f04077161ef2a4
describe
virus check
'71806' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile78' 'sip-files00015.QC.jpg'
2546235b05bea340afc8052b1559189b
a8f41b29080c9c65a5037b13feb866978ffb86a3
describe
virus check
'549258' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile79' 'sip-files00016.jpg'
f90c6e8b0b2ae1896aed05428598a48a
ba040eafaaae13090d1059963c823e3f4b0431bb
describe
virus check
'48619314' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile8' 'sip-files00008.tif'
78a2a784c768d7eb6d4809bacc3f5156
42d664e33c538d3fa8454d6de3b46f3b6f42cdfa
'2014-05-15T01:45:15-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:43:04-04:00'
virus check
'56768' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile80' 'sip-files00016.QC.jpg'
f80ef417dbcb969708de5efa925b8c66
e3136d2580952b06c4eb968c33440f0140c86aed
describe
virus check
'615068' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile81' 'sip-files00017.jpg'
a878f34010ad646413e81c7456dc39d4
5e8e3ce94d915959eff7960e13b3dfced00e77ae
describe
virus check
'62375' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile82' 'sip-files00017.QC.jpg'
c43ebcfe535171c571d124a557a49bbf
a66075f81386db318b69f6ea1850a4f511d3ac88
describe
virus check
'726249' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile83' 'sip-files00018.jpg'
81664344461a7ceb735cf693033e2eb1
2a27645349065eaf1196fc066174389dfca157b6
describe
virus check
'78154' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile84' 'sip-files00018.QC.jpg'
191b50ab210c57f34453b8f181cb6f10
57e623adeab2bfcb30f6d2a14dfaba92dd483938
describe
virus check
'650807' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile85' 'sip-files00019.jpg'
483c7b64934f8785022a1771ef6851eb
e09e4ef46ea86ff6d206f9098795131f1a3fc2c1
describe
virus check
'65730' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile86' 'sip-files00019.QC.jpg'
86f12df76b5aaff6e79175db985607f0
5a42375e02eb046bcb62afe124dcc40e8e705707
describe
virus check
'678996' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile87' 'sip-files00020.jpg'
5cee238b39417ed46576d3cbd0abf0b2
1c243646bab5a2644c9302e6efddf6dff6d9590e
describe
virus check
'68328' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile88' 'sip-files00020.QC.jpg'
55fdc06c8e0767b8d7f1fd2000ce3a4c
dfc103ecea5285357b588a61f36a57c260bee170
describe
virus check
'721435' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile89' 'sip-files00021.jpg'
fe7e8555002094f3a3ff843064c491a6
ce1fdd0201401f2f70369fa075e8816dd2470fd1
describe
virus check
'48253518' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile9' 'sip-files00009.tif'
82c70a7a82c17966e7e9a7daf0e5bf44
a1743548d919e022832a5a0a36ea174b714cc8a8
'2014-05-15T01:44:42-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-15T01:42:15-04:00'
virus check
'77243' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile90' 'sip-files00021.QC.jpg'
a4c673cdfb7be5aee515cf3ce6e240e5
1377af998e55ab66a90c83269543f19e911504e2
describe
virus check
'741789' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile91' 'sip-files00022.jpg'
9c9eb0a14d79ccaca3174332494b9065
d74ff56d466ff6376792f4e4785409af5e4ef177
describe
virus check
'77471' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile92' 'sip-files00022.QC.jpg'
b1cce3712f611ccde7bd0d3d945b07df
5298a519e775fe97a9d118401eaaaac977917e63
describe
virus check
'739307' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile93' 'sip-files00023.jpg'
405d64311f2f3c0ceeeb6f13802e50f4
6e90abd2a4e106225a4fc2853b4b79a6e2d6e603
describe
virus check
'73499' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile94' 'sip-files00023.QC.jpg'
3fdc7cd2f055c7fbc597fd3c85fda037
05d6018106d17eecad7bb7d4fb99010e1c824543
describe
virus check
'679348' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile95' 'sip-files00024.jpg'
517cc488884ac5ac96f77fc9185b31df
4768dc524fb68ac3015976e8fdab4d978b46a0a1
describe
virus check
'67824' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile96' 'sip-files00024.QC.jpg'
4e5950fbd0b6475d4d02c34f8c88bf9f
05ef2a916bcd6813abd0fa9a46cf4f0246ab572a
describe
virus check
'15223' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile97' 'sip-files00001thm.jpg'
666d13ad2545842f6d2d488daa1da124
e719177c877a161f50246c7ce0989dd102c2a1c5
describe
virus check
'16763' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile98' 'sip-files00002thm.jpg'
565c5901f0122d1d263618d392335267
03d1ebb4ca18e742620bf574d4247161ad78f928
describe
virus check
'15774' 'info:fdaE37UDWFTM_JKY2ZUfile99' 'sip-files00003thm.jpg'
c25bc6f86fb8d0fa3a8df534cb985647
e33ef2327d49ccfe6d551736cbfb174f8c81d259
describe
virus check


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