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Title:
Haiti sun
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication:
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date:
October 29, 1950

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00360


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__ .THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
VOL. VI Port au Prince RMpublique d Haiti I Teephone 261 SUNDAY, APRIL 1st 1956 NO. 28".

Haiti Observes Easter in Unique Manner

I______ __________________________________________- The annual -Arrete de Cho-. .
-. mage6 of the President of thel?
Man .Cremated;. Pregnant Mother Critical Republic setting apart Thnrsda.s.
and Friday as dHoly Days%' ap-.:.1'..'
-2Others badly Inured In Truck peered in the press as early as
T ,uesday, and the forty-day obser-
Rene Duplessis was burned to month old' Foetus removed.' vance of Lent, cuminating' .iT
death and Mrs. Andre Germain, Mr. Andre Germain, of the impressive Easter ceremonies'.
toay caet ,oeti. wt"-
pregnant mother of four chil- Agriculture Department in Da- ''V today, came to aeclose this week-.
dren, is in serious condition in mien, is in the General Hospital end. Classrooms were abandon-'.-
ithe General Hospital as a result with severe neck and arm burns ed'by pupils and teachers at'the':
of injuries received early Tues- received when he pulled his close of school on Tuesday ..for
; day morning when a speeding wife from the burning truck. a 15-day holiday, and magi+rates;
pickup truck went out of control Miss Carrie, daughter of Evre- left their ozourt benches on Wed-.::
on a steep hill, hit a taxi, over- mont Carrie and owner of eJac- nesday. All public services suis-
turned and caught fire. Miss Jac- queline's Shop, on the Exposition, pended business for tw6 days,-
Sgueline Carrie, a passenger in is at the Asile Franvais in a cast and commercialholises kolowed"|
the taxi, suffered a cracked vetr- from waist to shoulder. X-Rays suit by closing a half day mTm' .-
tebra and cuts and bruises while showshe-i sh i1 ring, rom a ., an:d all dayhFriday. The ad-
Mr. Germain, driver of the pick- cracked veftebjt' and wUst re. vent of the Ea.tison founded


.rs-u s*hw~,sih m evl u n rie hn^ ll 'W r ll1 O" 'elr Dam "* ed 'eia ""'f'^
up, was Severely burned mast maih in.t l y at'for o d the eyes oft man ,tio turned, di
.... .. "e -and rwersthe suet'. and reiigiott,
neck and arms. The'taxi driver onerhalfxm, bths and wil openct mo esy m ta g twillenWS o s-re, s
was uninjured. a anoher ongthe tand a half' the a Da we for s dntrationi sa the seari ces::
T N S F H C a G g t for Holy Week got der t wayd'.
".LATE NEW S FLASH 1A. .. .
Mrs. .,.~ .-a' .-"lmblzn the Crucirk.0
Mrs. Gemain is in critical con- tMrs. An Germin passed AMbassador,' Armouri .A4rin the Wednssday moTning Conference. and the Resurrection with :
diiON E with thid degree burns an .A ..a.eel s.iore.t'o w
Trd rawan at 4:00 p.m. Friday after ditional ceremonies, eh .:.r.,
over 65 percent of her body. Ac- showing slight improvements 'De h 7 w Ld oagi te
cording to the sio report re- Thursidu. vices 4 Se we hte lMd
4vedSby the e Sun *, from the 4Tce W t_ Slide 32,_o oe t -i___. Rose year paa oficsh
S Hospital, she is still on the ylang- 'spine supporting corset. She was pal offices a the 0em..
Sbadit 'But iS f ho ing Ma light in- heavily cut and bruised when W hile 'W rising On P li re Da "ae i. .o.e.ao
provement. An abortion was per- she was violently thrown into the liturgy of e the aW '.e'
formed' Tuesdaty 'igh. in order the street, from the back seat Four Haitian workers slid 160 into place, snapped and the four teD'AlA "'by-speia ldugene -'.l'"
to save the mother, and the four' of the taxi, by the impact of the feet to their death Tuesday mor- men' standing on the outside of of the Holy Father.' there wa ,
pickup hitting the taxi nipg at the Peligre Dam when th. form slid down the spillway to be no fastingno' a le .I..:'..
oy [-W FO A Fire Chief Captain George the hook on one of the chain into 18 feet f turbulent waters on Easter Satnrday, ti .
,(T WITrgDRAWS FROM (Continued on -page 2) hoists, pulling a massive form in the stilling basin. Students and grit -t f .
CONRE SS IN C IUDD The four carpenters, Andre seclusion and retirmedir me- i,
M oSurvey Ship Finds Coastal Waters. Duchatelier, 32, of Port-au-Prin- ditation in the.pascai ff
,' ce., Staniel Daizaire, 22 of Hin- of St. *Lois de &onza. 2ePetit
-urig s the sionof the Con-e Wef Stocked With Tuna Fish che., Loxene Rene, 38;p'and 'An- S eminaire de C college St. Mar L.
,gress .on te-Lmtaons ,o[__ Ter a n hdrd Pierre, 32, both of Port-au- tial, nd St. Rose de Lima and s .'
ritorial Waters, opened in Cii eThere is no reason why Hal- when it returned to port a week Prince, weir drowned hen the other scholastic establishmeats'.-4
dad Trujillo on 'March the w \e 'ood e n- th n gebyaime b'! J.
dad Truilo on 'March 19h, the ti's tuna fishing industry can hot ago Friday' from fishing grounds form slid into the ron waters o the congregational sehool'o '
.Haitian Delegation in protest d e v e I o p into a primary south of Jereinoe. Within ten minutes ithe -ad abstinence were o!o-.a
against the distribution to the source of high protein food for The Santona, a 56 foot motor- were closed but it Mas too it E R'in he mes of the fa.
heads of the various delegations the country, an important ex- sailor with a deep freezer for to rescue the men- 12ree of the (a lolioes. i oe n "l ,









^^ K ~ i^ ^^ ._ ^ ^^im^B portantln 'ol ma mr ex-eoun'itodcint h iru ilrtr salo witd M -5; 1t
of the book a Isla lluminad port and i new source of econo- fish and a large salt water bodies were immediately recover- fr lae tCon H _tiued n The \)...
^by J. A. Osorio L razo, (Domi- mic wealt'h,i stated Loence (Fl-tank for bait, *as leased by ed and placed in t le Gener E









^^fi ^ H^ s^ ^Id H HierHlIe' an in th 6?6aeneigan o-teipi f hifrendhpi pmrlaeto.lr tan ,0,00 '*
nicn) 1kiichthe co, t -Bonefi, Hitin Dpar- te KYSCRAPER
nican) ohich they considered an to)' Bonnefil, Haitian Depart- the Haitian Government for Hospital Morgue in the Capitpal .""
ins lt to the Haitian people, -ment of Fiheries Adminisat- three months'from the Mariscos while the fourth body wasn't CASTE iLHAITI as*
Withdrew from the Congress. or, and Martin H. Routh, Bitish del Caribe company of Havana found until early Tursday moC 1NAUGURATEDurp.
The Goemrnent ofu Haiti approv- technician from the United Na- and has been in Haitian waters ning.' T C aseai, Hti fir
ed the attitude of the delegation tions Fisheries Office, in an in- for one month. The boat is on The official report fr.m the The Castelhaiti, Haiti'ed s firsi.
and 'authorized themnto leave the terview wth the SunD board a survey f Hatrs tuna fishing Dam stated: A form raising skyscraper Hotel, held its ii
conference. the Cuban fishing boat Santona prospects under the auspices of crew, supervised by Mr. Graham, opening Saturday night with in,:-
the United Nations (Co.tinued on page 2) vited guests from throughout' Boj
Haitian __sheries .Expert Bon- au Prince governmental and s'a"L
-' -r- -,- _: .....':' z rr- ,'7 .o.-;..,'., Haitian Fsai, he. ariecs Ex ertB l
A, ,. _.' 7 7",;. .- .: Z,. Z7.. a l circles e n joy in g th e sp le nd or,
nefil said, eThe- Ma-iscos del Mr. Rip' Van ag
company .as 23 boats faof Haiti's latest tourist attrati.on...:
,." Caribe company has 23 boats file- Winkle Armour
nishing tuna to ten -of their own 70 room A
-7."," canneries. There is no reason Talks Of First Love built by Dr. Jules Thabaud and
""hy we can't do the same on a In a th:'tv-minutepress con- managed by Aime Pereque, is'%
A ,:", "smaller scale. Cuba hds the same ferenre at the American Embas- perched high above the city ot"
"-waters and if indications continue sy on Wednr'gday morning, Am- St. Gerard's Heig!t -with a lovely
''if be favorable in our sx'rvex of bassador Norman Armour liken- view' of the city and Port am ".
the tuna in our waters then I ed.himself on his return to Haiti Prince Bay.
.,.-. ..... .. eel sure e government will as Rip Vau Winkle returning
assist interested parties in de-hfom decades of sleep to find ROPEO I .
t..loping our fishing industry, a ccmple'e new world.
R-T',, IVT'ny or" the small cities on The former American Minist RETURNING
our coast ,.)uld sell fish to Hai- er Who came to Haiti for the The Second Annual Wational
'iCtan canneries or-. to other sour- first time in 3932 was given an Championship Rodeo and Thrill .,
,es. This would mean more ern- eloquent introduction to the Oircus will return to Stade Ma.
1:... ed. 'Saint Nicolas is still suffer- Roy Tasco Davis. The tanned, form later at Cap Hoitien. The
':%I mg from Hurricane Hazel and silver~haired diplomat who lfet big Wild West production hats." ]..,
si: ':, the people are needing and hop- the imprint of his friendship in played to ;iore than 5,oo0,0oy0 'JJi
-' ~t ing for government help. Teach- the hearts of o many Haitians spectators in the past five yearsr," ,i
.tubg them p:'oper fishing methods and who is to be remembered throughout .the United States, .;
~and buying their catches would for his Finn stand' on a delicate Canada, Cuqba and Europe.
Prominent young Cap Haitian businessman John Laroche setting be one answet-. situation during the days pre- Roy Rodgers, of motion pie- :.
off for his post of Consul in Geno a, Italy}. Consul Laroche is seencedgthreoaofA r-.te mwilb streda
- above with wife Coneitt and daughters Alice and Sandra. (Contitiueld on page 15) (Continued on page 2) (Continued on page 20) ',."

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..Man Cremated; Pregnant Mother Critical Miss Carrie stated: Tie Mr. Rip Van V
went to take someone to the sa-
IN: ', (Continued from Page 1) went to take someone to the sa- .( Continued
n't f mtorium and on its way down,
the driver stopped to pick upa
P-E se Jr., pointed out that the fire steep hill at approximately 50 te diver stopped to pck up a can occupational tros from
;'M started when the pickup turned miles per hour, smashed into young lady who said *she was the country, stated that the chan-
. over onj its- right side, ripping the slowly moving taxi and turn- going tos the 'cce des tJeuones ges he found here are really *ex-
S the gas 4p off and allowing the ed over bursting.into flames. Fils. In Uecar was the owner raordinaire. &
aof cSftudio Apolloi, and that is
gas to pour out. The Fire Chief Cabinet Maker Germain mnade o Sio Apoo an a is peaking in warm friendly
1V- added, cRene 'uplessis obvious- the following statement at the when the car received therwn t tnes, in excellent French, Am-
t1 ly passed out before ,being burnt 'Hospital: eThb pickup was going ic jolt an I Iwas thrown out bassado Arn)our expressed the
-.. for there were no signs of his down the, hill at 50 miles an hour into the street. agreeable surprise that awaited
'| struggling to escape and he died and I could not brake it.'I shift- Immediately after the accident him in the transformation of the
Sin a relaxed position. P His fire- ed geal's into third speed and h eiCate rfted the accident, airport, the water front, Petion-
*,..men turned their hoses on hun- when I was going to pass into Miss Carrie reported the loss of Ville, the Kenscoff road, the
ttfeds of morbid onlookers who first I saw, too late to avoid it her pocketbook, containing her ig l e attractions, and the
rho night anfe attactons and thed
i.-.p.essed close to the overturned a green, car stopped in the shop keys an money. She said general aspect of the modern
trueR.,. to get a glimpse of the middle of the road to pick up a that she thinks she saw someone constructions to be found in the
chmorred remains. When a crane passenger. There was a terrible pick it up Capital. Although time would
uprighted the truck the door crash which turned over the not permit him to visit the north
..:.7- .flew ope4 and the horribly burnt truck. Police I are investigating the o h t-ip, he stated that he was
~ fe h urnt truck z on his trip, he stated that he was
-bope rganand out intostheuroad.waceidenteandothessossdefinde
-1^ :body bounced out into the road. The pickup was later found to l aware of the progress made in de-
HOW IT HAPPENED be in second gear. pocketbook._ veloping the provinces, and that
i- Mr. Gerinain, chief of the The driver of the taxi, Faine the Cap-Haitien that he knew is
.Agricultural 'Department's ca- Nozen, who was uninjured, re- EX-ARGENTINIAN AMBASSAD- entirely another town.
t?''.binet making section at Damien, ported: .I was going down Rue OR TO HAITI JAILED The w o r It of Dr. and
had been working on the Govern- 'Monseigneur Guiloux when, sud- Mrs. Mellon, in the Artibonite
i:ient owned Chevrolet pickup, denly, my. er received a violent Former Ambassador of Argenti- was one of the great things that
i itl.g.awoe.oyathsshock from the rear. I under-
Si'stalling a woodenot quite c stood then that the picp which na in Haiti, Jorge B. Aquino, was is happening to Haiti, the Ambas-
"hole., 'His work not quite comn- stood then that the pickup which arese by poic when he was sador said,- andl recall s assisting,
,..pleted on Tuesday morning, .,he was following, either could not arrested by polce when he wa s sador said, and recalls assistin thg,
swp 'brake or its axle was broken, be-preparing to leave the province of President Stenio Vincent in the
and his wife drove over to pick Be n Ars a Spanish languagetion of a small project
L...-p fDuplessis, official driver of cause my car kept receiving Buenos Aires, a language in the Artionite Valley. Even
-the' Danen truck, at his home jolts., it was just as if I were newspaper reported recently. in those days th ey spoke
near the Sanitorium. Slightly be- slowing down little by little. Mr. Aquino left Port au Prince of the great possibilities of this
.:,. ftre /eight o'clock the three of When I airrived at the inter- with the overthrow of President vast region of the country.
I'.them set out with Gerniain driv- section of Ruelle Alerte and Rue Peron and returned to his country, Asked by newsmen his opinion
:".ing. Monseigneur Guilloux, I saw a where the new government hadconcerning any-government or
..- According to reports by the in- car and, in order to avoid an ac- begun to chase out the Peronistas.country which would try to trou-
.:,: ifividuals involved in the acci- cident, turned the, wheel to the Mr. Aquino was one of Perok's-ble the Inter-American peace in
A'4iezt the pickup truck went out right and that is when the pick- personal appointees end defend-the Caribbean, Ambassador Ar-
"f -control coming down theup turJed over.- ers, the paper reported. Iour jokingly waved aside any
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SUNDAY, APRIL 1st 1956

Vinkle Armour
from page 1)

reference to politics, declaring
that he'was i la retraite,, and
only a guest, and that he would
be unable to give a satisfactory
answer, saying that Ambassador
Davis was better placed to do so.
The Ambassador expressed his
satisfaction with the activities of
the Haitiat-American Institute
here, saying that he had always;
hoped to get someone interested.
in a library of English classics.

Ambassador Armour real!
warmed to his pet subject -that
of the protection of Flamingoes.
He asked the cooperation of the
press in protecting these beau-
tiful birds. He told of how a
friend had established a Flamin-
go' Sanctuary on a small Bahama
Island, and within three years
the population of the species had
increased from 10,000 to 15,000.
The Ambassador is one of the
Directors of the Society for the
Protection of Flamingoes. H
pointed out to the press thai
there is nothing more attractive
for tourists than to see these
birds in nature. He expressed;
concern abmut the planes flying
over the lakes enrounte to Ciudad
Trujillo, disturbing the nesting
of. the Flamingoes. He was de-
lighted to learn that there is now
an Audubo n Society formed in
Haiti for tUhe protection, of hit
life. -.
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Ambassador Armoir who lei
Wednesday, with his wife, after
three crowded days of. i-.of
and social activities that.
lighted their visit, stated tha
considered .Haiti as his first loe
And to future visitors will echo
his words'expressed during his
short, stay: lI1 faut voir Port-au
Prince etyivre !z


4 ,Carpenters .j
Slide 160 Ft.
To Death
(Continued from Page 1)

a Haitian foreman, was raisin
the downstream form on bloc
8, at about elevation 160, whel
the hook nf one of the chaii1
hoists snapped in the swivel. Thi
throwing the weight of the tort
and the four men standing on th
outside of the form onto th
other chain hoist,' causing thi
hook to give way. The form sli
down the Lpiliway into the still
ing basin. The gates were ope
And the water rushing through
with such force and- turbulent
"1nto the stilling basin gave
little chance of saving the mez
e Within ten minutes the gate
were closed. Two of the bodies
were found near the old brldg
about 100 yards downstream :
the river bed. A third body wa
removed from the river aboi
200 yards downstream. After
thorough search, as of Marc
28th, noon, the fourth body ha
not been found., Peligre Dai
Safety Engineer Tom Boyd Jr
later informed the aSun # thi
the body of Andre Pierre wa
found early Thursday morning

Late Tuesday afternoon, hul
dreds of persons, who have rel
Lives employed at Peligre, swart
ed to the hospital after news
the accident haoi spread. clamn
ing for information concernil
the victims and demanding 1
view the dead, to verify the
identity. The hospital authoriti,
were forced to order the gat
of the estiblishmen$,closed inw
the crowd could be dispersed.
These four deaths upset
near perfect accident record ,
the dam begun 23 months,$i
and scheduled for complete
this Summer. I .'


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CQllAAVY APRIL let 1956


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HAITI SUN


BASEBALL HAS ONLY ONE STRONGHOLD HERE

Plantation Dauphin Fosters Great American Sport
BASEBALL is the current fad blue. The teams play-with the as well.... Thus... Before each
and Sunday "afternoon diversion very best in baseball equipment: game these two coaches leading
at La Plantation Dauphin. The balls, bats, masks, nmitts, gloves their players, Girl Scouts and Boy
Company, under our genial man- etc. The Company has erected ba- Scouts from both Phaeton and
ager, Mr. Donald J. Lungwitz, has sebal .stadiums both at Phaeton Derac under the able direction of
sponsored for the past several, and Derac. These stadiums do not Dauphin's head Scoutmaster, Ed-
years two teams at Phaeton and seat thousands of people, merely guard Orlando, march from home-
'two teamag at Derac both locations a possible fifty or so, but being plate to 'the flagpole. At.this point
factory sites.of the plantation. Na- wire-screened they do '-provide an thIey salute the Haitian Flag, sing
turally the .players are obtained excellent back-stop behind the the National Anthem and march
from Co.npany workers. catch& and baiter which is a con- back to their starting point. This
In 1948 Mr. Graham Howard siderable asset to speed up the. ceremony is also repeated at the
came to La Plantation Dauphin as game. conclusion of the game to the
chief engineer. Prior to his arriv. The smIll size of our stadiums lowering of -Le Drapeau d'Haiti.
al in Haiti he was somewhat of does not4mean that our teams This dignified -ritual-, as it were,
an amateur baseball player in the -have only fifty spectators, far is very impressive and thb solem-
States and during the years he from it, hundreds of speLtators; nty of all spectators imprints up-
was empioyed,in Central America 'scme on foot and others in all on one's mind an emotional res4
hb wae vory mnc nf a figure in tvyes of v\'oitures. crowd the si.- pect.


organizing'baseball in Guatemala,
Honduras a;d Coga Rica. Not"h -
ving lost his zest for baseball up-
on his arrival in Haiti he irnmedia
tely used what little "spare time
he cold squeeze in after work to
train our boys in this great Amer.
Slean sport.
-j Now, after these mady years of
training, competitive games bet-
ween Phaeton and Derac a well
as ouLside teams Dauphin can bo-
S ast of a well organized sport with
four experienced teams willing to
challenge any other teams.
Our Phbzeton team is sporting
red shirts and caps as uniforms
and our Derac team proudly ap-
pears in the same uniforms in


declines of the baseball diamonds.
At moments when the spectators
are in a particularly hilarious
mood because of sensational plays
and thus the tendency tW rush on
the playing field in jubilation,
they are -soon politely ushered
back of the sidelines by patrolling
Boy Scout Troups from Derac and
Ph.eton as well as an occasional
Gua..l d'Haiti. '
ro carry on with our braggado-
cio we must mention our 1955 ino
ovation, Team Managers, namely:
Limage Etienne of Phaeton and
George Graham of Derac. These
two gentlemen have not only prov
en themselves apt as coaches but
they. have added 'patriotic color


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THE STADIUM AT DERAC





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BY EMILE ROUMER JEREMIE

Ce0e Ian temps .oun compagni tap ratiboise arrondissements
v Grand'Anise ac Tiburon. Cacao, cafd, arbres fruitiers, tout Ca
te dhtruit.
Lan equipe extermination ca-a, oun jeune bone 16 signal6'l
comme ravageur No. 1. Zannanna conu pinguoin, k rien pat'
exists cote'I t6 passe.
Poehe citoyen a td gain 300 cartes identity pou'l er6er hom-
ines portants. En franc6, yo r616 a passe-volants.
Frere m'sieu, tW vex6 pou'I oue gen msieu tap boml6.
-Jlon ch, ou faith trope, Si yo barr6 ou, toute fanmi-a va
avili... Maitre pointe la rdpondq:
Mon eher, allez4au dialle, drapeau
dignity, passd'd mode.
Lor oua sans cinq pou faith commode
oua ,caca ]an chapeau.
Oun fois, train a fetd'm A Londres, A deux, heures du matin
-qui justement tap' sonnin. M'rencontr6 oun bobby, oun po-
liceman qui dittm que' ce Big Ben, m'ti faiq tend lan cathi-
,, drale Westminster.
Lan brouillard la, t6 gain oun serie de grosses batisses...
-Et ca. m'mand6'l? N'hom'la grand just [an zetoiles
pou"! dit'm: -C6 mason Parlement!...
Dkpi enias ca, routes livres m'li, toute propaganda pap
janmin approche impression grandeur pays 'A.ntigleterre que
oun simple gendarme te banmoih.
Si sun moune vi0 comnprende pi fin causement m'ap fait-a
li mette 1i volume droit constitutionnel cotr Hauriou etende
sous Ca yo r6le Rigne la Loi.
Depi lprs. Jacop niette veande manger pod bati'chapelle,
m'souri de ti blanc-mannan-a:
Apre cyclone Hazel, yo met' jouete gog magog.
Devant I'huile ac fromage, force Gentils marqu 1'pas.
Lor Gomboebo mandr pou grand synagogue,
Srabbi Rinard reponde: Tende manger a caba.


Forgive this further bravado
but we must mention our loud-
speaker -,stem through which
medium the operator, announces
the score, runs, strikes, hits, er-
rors, outs and what-have you. Soon
we hope to have. a recording of
the flaitian National Anthem to
accompany our Scouts, teams and
spectators when these patriotic
and stirring moments odcur.
Beginning March" 18, 1956 will
be the opening game of a series of
13 to be played between Phaeton
and Derac. which will be conclud-
ed August 19, 1956. All of the
thirteen games will be double
headers, which in Ameican ver-
nacular means two games, first


and 'second teams. The intervening
'"ames are hopefully scheduled
with outside teams such as .Fort
Liberty, Ferrier, d6 College Notre
Dame of Cap Haitien and Paulet-
te, the latter of which after a per-
iod of training will be brought in-
to the Dauphin Leagbe.
When the final gtme, August
19, .1956, decides the winning
team this shall -be a gala day at
Phaeton where it will be held.
Beautiful trophies will be award-
ed. Not onlY a lovely trophy to
each winning first and second
teams but individual medals for
each player and manager of the
winning teams. These' trophies
are now on display alternating
between the club houses of Phae-
ton and Derac.
So, if you are a baseball enth-
ousiast or just curious you have
a destination. Pack your picnic
lunch, inspect the new road, ming-
le with your friends, enjoy our
hi-rbnil and call it a holiday well
spent. By Mrs. Kay Flennings


SUCCESS IN OSLO
!1aiti .participated with great
success: in the Exposition of
Childrens' designs which was
held at Oslo. Norway from Ja-
nuary 9th to 22nd. A letter of
congratulations was receive re-
cently from the Comissariat de
l'Exposition by Mr. George Rem-
ponnrau and Mrs. Elzire M. Pin-
chinat who submitted the draw-
ings of the Haitian children.
More than 10,000 persons
visited the Norwelgan exposi-
tion.


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Ohe of the most generous fly-birds to. take the air this .ce4ptU
prominent Doctor who is the Proprietor of Detroit's most S6"to
restaurant YEAMANS. ""
Doc i Bill) Yeaman swocrpe:l down on Bowen Field Mondaya
was lined $40 overtime for showing up .after 4 p.m., packed '.b0
engine Navion, and delivered unto -Your Reporter: an old.
rob coat and garments discarded in Detroit two years .'before -:j
of excessive overweight. "
'Doc, accompanied by Bill Naumann, delivered the goods'
Lindberg smile and after a night on the town and a morning
Chgucoune took off for an Island grass-hopper'trip to Venezu
back. .'

Haiti May See Guided Missile .

Says Secretary Of UoS. Navy Tho
After a whi-lwhid 28 hour of- Guantanamo Bay;, Cun
ficial visit to. Port-au-Prince, Se- said'they inspected the.'%'
cretary of the U.S. Navy Char- vy at sea and that it wa$.Si
les S. Thomas and Mprs.-Thomas dinary junket buth inca
flew off Tuesday afternoon 'in full work schedul.i, Hee.
his special Navy plane for 'Was- of the guided minssle anidl
hington. The civilian boss of the place in modern warfai9
U.S. Navy was accorded full na- said that thy bhad just'"3
val honors at the' airport and from the top secret list
took off to the strains of the ing newoen to get tews
martial music of the Haitiafn Mi- look at 'it in Guantanamo
litary Band. The dapper Secretary
During the gala'reception of- that Iwe too.will have an,
fered by Ainefican Ambassador. tunity to see' the newimnet
and Mrs. Roy Tasco Davis (Mrs. warfare, when the.; ujeld
Davis' first /public appearance cruiser, Boston ..c.mes.s
s i n c e her recovery from a Port-au.Prince, in. a ee..n
recent illness) Monday eve- ture. Th.e Boston will'pe
ning,O the Navy Secrets-' uncover its guided misSle
ry told your r e p o r t e r' he informbned, arid he sawi in..
was extreumely impressed with why local newsmen ckngt-
President Magloire and Minister look at them. ...
of the Interior Adelplin Telson .
and thaf theyy appeared to be He remarked how muklh'
highly intelligent men.i He add- joyed ,an energetic wai
ed that President Eisenhower the Ibo Lele Hotel, whertU
wants all of his cabinet memb- Mrs. Thpmas were staying
ers and high government offi- the steep hill and aroihnd-'
cials..to meet at every opportuni- vely .Petionville Park',whez
ty the people of the friendly reporter conmlnentedoi.oh t-
South American countries. nidbus trek the robust Boss
The congenial U.S: government Navy jokingly described li
official explained that he had clihg tour, in Jamaica,"'-' i
come over from supervising the which he ran his aide-s"
visit of 100 U.S. Cohgressmen to furlong.


CANADIAN SQUADRON the hew pavilion. An 9,
TO VISIT HAITI M wIll furnish layettes for't
nouveau-nds under the' ,
SA squadron of .RoPal Canadian tion of the group headed by..:;
Marine and the British Royal Preetzmann-Aggerholmn, Or';
Marine ships will be visiting nahd Crepsac and Miss 'A'B
Haiti from the 12th to 16th of Borno. The Committee 're6
April, the Chancellor's Office that $16,000.00 were .re
announced this week. The squa- from the recent Charity.L,
dron is commanded by Commo- given at Choucoune' uder". ,
dore E.P. Tisdall C.UTM R C patronage of .Madame Mag'i
The squadron is composed of for the enlarging of the CeI
an aircraft carrier and three des- located near the Cathedral.."'i
troyers of the Canadia'n float -
and a British' submarine. The P-au-P Medaica Center
Arctic patrol ship ,Labradbr .
and cPort Dauphine, will also Opens Tomorrow '
be in the squadron. The, inauguration of the
The program of official func- tie Medical de Port-au.Prin"
tions during the visit will be an- will take place tomorrow e
nounced later. ing from 5 to 7 in its new edi
at Rue Capois. The' clinic a
Day Nursery Pavillion dern architectural aehievem
Opened Yesterday provided with the latest in eq'uz
~ ment is the result of the co
The rGoulte de Laitk of Health centrated efforts of a group '
Center Na. 1 officials inaugurat- Haitan doctors, including ,,
ed its Pavillion yesterday mor- Ary Bordes, Dr Gerard Boy,
ning at 11.30. Additional chil- Dr. Felix Devieux, Dr. Cha4l
dren will receive daily supplies Chevallier, Dr. Leon Colon, -i"i
of milk and mothers who are Vergniaud Pean, Dr. Paul fBl
cexpectingt will find the proper and Laboratory Technician ,d
food and medical supervision at Pereira.
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Guatemala Minister
The Minister of Guatemala
and Mrs. Roberto -H. Valle Calvo
have sent nut cards giving the
address qf their newresidence,
situated at Musseau, mason de
Madame Fernande Vieux Roy.
The card carries the mention.
ePas de Teleohone.


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anne Jean-Jacques is going to live in the States,.. Edith In- Artist, Robel Paris, leaves for
Hnew Secretary of Ambassador Davis who came here from New York tomorrow, via Pana-
ed.her well accented French to advantage Wednesday, usher- ma Vine, for a visit to relatives
ss into the Norman Armour Press Conference... Esso's sale and friends in the big city and
tae&:gasoline was up 50% this past month. Now they are in Boston. Her plans call for a
asct.Tie Casino Night Club is affectionately called -Smoky rip to Paris to join friends in
fe newest Marineguard at the Embassyis a 'sympathetique> a motor trip to Spain and Greece
tned Emie"Dovelizek... La Femme-Serpent (an exotic looking After five years as a resident of
1s topping at the Park Hotel) drew a following on a walk Port-au-Prince, Miss Pari s an-
-i4t Champ de Mars last weekend.. Something for Art Lovers nounced that sheis sure to be
eiutiful nude in the diningroom of the Castelhaiti... Skillet back here within the year.
3jrykers are arriving'to. work on the Reynolds Bauxite instal-
i built by Frederick Snare Corporation. They have finished FICKLE FATE PAYS OFF
l|nlIdollar pier... Alix Sansaricq flew to New York via Hava-
tend. a conference... Point IV Boss John P. Hoover returned Two friends stepped from
.n-the 24bth... The safety record at Peligre went achouboom!o their car recently and. stood
,..Vveek and hysterical relatives of workers swarmed into the chatting for a moment on the
Hospital when rumors of grotesque dimensions circulated in Boulevard. They were interrupt-
IPrince... Mr. and Mrs. Alan Gordon who did a 'six-months ed by an aggressive lottery ven-
Rmanaging Thorland Club are now 'managing the St..Thomas dor who kept a sheaf of tickets
unerthircoletie oss
Kaven.. They how have three children, the report was brought under their collective noses.
by Harold Bussenius... Shooing him off, and trying to-
bJ get a word in edgewise from
inventor of the traffic light, William Lewis Potts, died in a get a wor in ewise from
ter; Florida,-nursing home at the age of 71. His first manually under the fluttering coupons,
traffic light was installed in downtown Detroit in 1924. The was to no avail.
ffic light was installed in Port au prince in 1953... Enough Bent upQn terminating the
rumining and Cha Cha Chlip, let's go a la San Juan. Cellist *conversation and going onabout
.ails is singing his world famnious Frai-ides Musica Festival toturned his backuo t hemadden-
c6 next year. Among others, Yehldi. Menuhin, Joseph Szri- turned backtothe madden-
.Stern, Rudolph Serkin, with Alexander Schneider directing; creature of chance.The lat-
invited .to participate. Thie project is' expected to attract t, indsperation threw the
4:. -._ -, .- 1ticket =tothe car on the back
:m'spnere muse' lovers. Lets invite them here too... NOTE o t c
flinsphre .usi' initeseat and calmly waited to coiledt
KEN[ FARMERS, (desquirons). The owly'chicken has join- his $.en.
growing stockpile of weapons 'for defense against atomic ra-
n the event of a, nuclear war. when a chicken eats radioactive By now 'the client' was great.
9m4.ood it can be immediately and quickly, detected in the ly annoyed at. the vendor's per-
Sshort time after thb food is eaten. Just put a Geiger Counter sistence, and in order to get rid
e-egg and observe the arnouir of radio activity... &Germainev of him, the other man, an Army
SW" ,Salon de Cotfure, dressmaker, hand embroidery .-- local- officer, drew a 20. g9urdes bill
:'4klonderomlthis, billfold, handemPaoieryff,
btle, Northwvest side of Cit- Wilisbhi.. Oscar Bustillo Aixala, Ifro his billfold and paid off
miiC sales manager of Compania Cubana de 'Aviacion S. A., of pocketing the lottery ticket ab-
iba W h ire Miona.'.. William Miller, Bell'p Scotch Whisky sently. d- a e
iv..e; dropped in- to discuss the development of his'Scotch The- ne d.ay was the day of
i Haiti. Next to the U.S., New Zealandj is his best.cust- t at
driniifng 28,000 _c&sy..early... Cute, petit Carinen Garcia, had considered himself stuck
..y y -d for four bucks, suddenly found
dancer ad.siger 6f English" love songs, arrived here himself on the receiving end of
.i. 'h ..... lneofstgsathimself on the receiving end of
?n nbI l, ttiacted th~e long ln fsasa
and immediately, attracted the $2.long line of stgs at 000 cgros lot. How an-
siho international.... li3ss GisP. Dubuche, daughter of Des- noyed can one get?
-fiDubuche returned 'from Jamaica last Sunday after studying-
'Administration- for two years... Miss Ghislaine Poitevien re- ,
'frco Tdriialba, Panama, ,on Friday the 23rd after studying Dining With
niiqnits'the organization and functions of.agricultural libraries. Minister and
iieulture Department is. already taking advantage of the young
bining... Mrs. Telson
idore Baker, former editor of 'La Ruche,, recently published
rn a' Haitian weekly, giving his comments on a recent article List 'bf guests at dinner in ho-
--L9 Revolution de 1946 et le S6nateur Louis Dejoie.. nor of U.S Secretary of the Navy
..-. .t. .-- .. ,and Mrs. Thomas, given by Se-
...... cretary of the. Interior and Na-
"N G., N NOO .. NIGHT tional Defense and Mrs. Adel-


^: Z EN I TH
IS .ALWAYS RTGHT

; WORLD HAS LEARNED TO

Z E N I T H WATCHES BECAUSE

-ITHEi UNFAILING ACCURACY
'.PRECISION. .

BEAUTY AM) FINE QUALITY

." TrADrInONAL.

EE-THESE SMART NEW MODELS
T MASON ORIENTAL TODAY.

WONDERFUL AND LASTING
rIFT FOB LADIES AND GENTS.,
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Aluminum Products
To Sell' Here

George Farias, Reynolds Me'.'V
Company manager. in charge of
sales for Latin America .left
Wednesday after five days of
discussions with Sonaco's Jac-
ques Martin on the appointing of
a Port-au-Prince distributor for
Reynolds' aluminum products,
* Before his departure, Mr. Fa-
rias pLraised the tremendous im-
provements in Haiti's architec-
ture and construction since his
last visit fdur years ago. The
changes in the Hotels' Ibo Lele
and Riviera were impressive,, he
added.


AN EVERLASTING GIFT


- >STERLiNG


lESSER WARE SETS
)N BON DISHES
CANDLE-STICKS
SALAD SERVING SETS
AND A VARIETY OF OT
ON DISPLAY
At N'H MoNh
SOts Co flt
Rue Rou We
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iEUR CHERISEHABLE ITEMS
NOW
S. S.A .

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pnzn Teeisona at norwo ou ouneo I I0...
on March 26th at 9:00 P.M.. O
Le Secretaire d'Etat de l'Int6- j
rieur et de la D6fense Natlonale Etanche
et Mime. Adiphin Telson. Plus vous choisisser une monte de
IS. Ex. le Secrdtaire de la Mari- P lus vous choisiaez ut ce qu de
nie des E. U. A. et Mine. Francois valeurPlus i faut eXiger qu'Ue soit
M: le Chef d'Etat-Major de FAr- totai.ement 'tanche... done d'une pre-
mee d'Haiti et Mme. Levelt. cision durable. La montre Eterna -
M.' le Sous-Secrdtaire d'Etat de antichoc, antimagnetique, etanche
1'Intdrieur et Mine. Labaillade. c'est pour vous la
M. le Secretaire Gbneral aux precision qui dure.
Relations Exterieures et Mme.
Cleiinont.
M. le Contre-Amiral Charles
W E ilk ln s .,
M. Dapiel Thdard, Chef du "
Protocole.
M. le Capitaine de Vaisseau :
F. W. Bringle.
-M. le Capitaine de Vaisseau et
Mmit.. Georges Bayard.
M. le Commandant Lionel
Krisel.
M. le Commandant Robert G.
Charles et Mme.
M. le Lt-Colonel A. W. Gentle.
man.
M. Lt-Comnnandant Don Ba-
thieu.
M. le Lt. de Vaisseau A. S.
Schimer.
M. le Lt. de Vaisseau Edward
Oriol.
M. le. Lt. de Vaisseau Jacques


'aloado.
7-T. p Cbnceiller de 1'Anmhlsa-
1' dep V'. U. A. et Mine. Bartll..
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MAISON GILG -. RUE BONNE FOI


< Those desiring to see for
themselves some of these Rey-
nolds Products can drive up to
Paillant, the Reynolds Mining
site, where the bdildi gs havi-
windows and roofs of alumi-
num. Soon the beautiful alumi-
num shingles can be obtained
through the local Reynolds Dis-
tributor,- stated Jacques Martin
Reynolds aluminum products
to be distributed here are: Ar-
chitecture products, corrugated
aluminum roofing, outside wall
panels, cables, shingles, tubing
for piping liquids or for chair
frames, foils for wrapping, etc.
These products will soon be avai-
lable throughout Haiti on special
delivery.


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HAITI SUN


SUNDAY, APRIL 1st 1956


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SUNDAY, APRIL 1st 1956


HAITI SUN
THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
S EDITOR-PUBLISHER BENARD DIEDERICH
GERANT-RESPONSABLE PAUL E. NAJAC

THEY DIG THEIR OWN GRAVES
Hardly a week passes in Haiti without-a laborer digs his
own grave. Occasionally thlie local press reports loss of life
from an ccboulement, landslide. The item usually stretches.
from two to three lines, giving the place and sometimes the
names of the victims.
IThis past week Bizoton witnessed one of these frequent
boulements. Men were burrowing into a hillside like so
many rabbits the only difference being rabbits are endow-
ed by nature with a sense that tells them just how to burrow
into the side of a hill without it caving in on them and these
men apparently don't have the common sense of rabbits.





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They under mine the hill until the law of gravity takes over-
-down tumbles the, hillside and buries the workmen beneath
tons of earth. If they a extracted by fellow workmen, such
as the unfortunate man at Bizoton was last Friday, he re-,
seimboles a punctured tire.
Wiat -can be done to stop these men from quarrying
ifor iock, sand, rmine, hRoche tutif, etc., in this ignorant ta eth-
don that leads, to ath for so many?
The oChef de Section) or other law enforcement officers
should be empowered to stop such work. Besides causing
Aiore deaths than automobiles it's another cause of erosion.
SThere should be a law controlling the practice 'of digging
y'pur own grave.

THE TIME IS RIPE

S..Now is the time for the government, local businessmen,
the. chamber of Com'mnerce anid the Tourist Cmti ssimi hn' to
stt 1e *hfle the iron is hot and invite Iftiami and Miami., Beach
civie leaders to" visit Haiti.on a combffied goodwill and busi-
ness mission.
In last Sunday's Miami Herald, Arthur Griffith came out
on the editorial page with a most'interesting column that.stat-
ed in part fa was particularly interested .i the. Mayor's Pro-
posal for a Lafti .American goodwill tour by a group of Great-'
er Miami civic laders. This is ah effort -which can't be over-
emphasized and it must be a continuing one.
KIt is my firm conviction that there is, an ever present dan-
ger here in South Florida that we are not taking full advan-
tage of our already established position as the cultural and
economic gateway between the Americas.
-Mr. Grfffith's 'eitorial co',ifent continOle: Last week the
Herald poinVteA 6at 'eitorta'v t'hit othere r cities are compet-
ing steadlY' hid 'forcefi1l" for that usiess "'
S(Cinciatil, KaiiBas Cty, St. Louis and San Francisco are
moving k''tlvely -alo.iog with established New Orleans- into
this .i&ldf&ave anid expanding Aeld of inter-national trade.
SGreater Mianmi weU may ask itself: When are .our leaders
p. planning to meet this eotpetition i an, area we have deluded
ourselves into thinking was our prerogative to exploit?' -
S, This editorial by Mr. Griffit'lh points 'up Haiti's wonderful
opportunityy to invite these Miami civic leaders to Port au
Prince and take advantage of their awakening realization of
. Lhe competition that is entering into their once private trad-
ing preserves.
: Bring fown these Miami businessmen and show them the
* advantage of increased traiide with Haiti, greater cultural
ties between our peoples and the mutual, financial benefits
Sof enlarging our efterchanging of tourists.
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GIRARIDPERREGAUX

QUALITY WATCHES SINCE 1791


HAITI SUN


SUGGESTIONS '
FROM YACHTSMEN


Among other items of interest
- I've enjoyed reading the eHai-
ti Sunv and agree whole hearted.
ly with its editorial policy in
which constructive criticism is
given .on the subject of tourismm.
Along these Ines I would like
to make a remark.
The opinion seems to be, uni-
versal that while yachting in Ca-
ribbean waters a visit to Haiti
will long be remembered. Ho-
wever, couped 'with this opinion
is the reservation that the offi-
cial cred tape of entry and the
hazzard of having your boat sto-
len from under you while' asleep,
far off-sets the natural attrac-
tions. In light of the above, many
yachtsmen in the eStafes and in
the Bahamas advise strongly
against venturing into Haitian
i harbors.
So, it was an unusual feeling
of uneasiness and apprehension
that accompanied the Thunder-
birds into Port-au-Prince. To .our
relief and delight, we found the
port officials extremely courte-
ous and helpful and the red
tape>) of entry minimal. Nor have
we had any part. or portion of the
boat stolen While anchored in mid-
town Port-au-Prince. 'We do still
feel somewhat apprehensive in
regards to this latter. point since
our visit is not over as yet.
A suggestion to remedy this
unfavorable publicity would be
I thus:


1. Provisions for safe ancho-
rage and increased dockage space
for, visiting yachts. Perhaps a
watchman service for the anbcho-
rage area.
2. Letters by the Haitian Tou-
rist Commission to yacht clubs
and yachting periodicals ( New
York Yacht Club, Biscayne Yacht
Club of Miami, Yachting Maga-
sine Rudder Magazine, etc.). In
these letters -give detailed re-
quirements anc FEES for entry
into Haiti and assurance of the
provisions .of item 1 above.
The encouragement of yacht-
ing in Haitian waters would, I
am sure, be profitable in many
respects.
Certainly the Seabergs on the
eThunderbird will ,do our part
in spreading the good will of
Haiti and its people.
Your friends,
Trudi and Richard Senberg


Haiti's Sisal

Goods Regis


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Business In Miami

Haiti's sisal goods, the Guia-
nas' tropical fish, Pderto R]e&s
wearing apparel and produce
from Jamaica and the Isle of
Pines 4ere major factors in the
upswing in Latin American and
Cairibbean imports into Miami's
International Airport, accord.
ing to a Miami Herald Editorial
hated March 21.
The editorial stated, %imports
were u'p 400 percent overt hq'
i mporMhtk of Deceiiber 1952.,
nid Pair-American Airways of-
"kiCils traced the upswe Uto
iaakening demand in the U.S.
Ior more Latin American and
Caribbean products.


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PAGE 6 HAITI SUN
lie.Trn sA^MPRIVATEER
I CHOSE FLEADOM PRIVATEER
NV FROM CALIFORNLA
-',i By MOUCHE
; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Foster
:' And now, 'dear friends, come with me on my latest safari! As You and their three children, Came-
remember, you 'left me up in the air with an amorous aviator who rQn, 14, Susan, 13, and Melissa,
knew what he wanted, and boy, did he want it! 3, sailed Monday on board their
B.. 62 foot schooner, Privateer, for
'- Here 1 must confess: I have a the Virgin Isls!ands, Trinidad, Pa-
fatal weakness for airplane driv- namS and home to Balboa Island.
Users a psychosemitic aviatophi California, after spending a week
Slia described by famed Vien- in Port-au-Prince.
nese Professor Siegheil Kreut in The Privateer left Balboa Is-
Shis momentous schmalzeology land, California, last May, went
K,. -n *Axioms of Transconitipental Pi- through the Panama Canal and
Slotomtn'ia. as n -cAvian Uncon- on north to Marblehead, Massa-
0i ditional surrender Complex., or, chusetts. After a brief visit in
in psychoanalytical parlance, .No Marblehead they sailed south to
slouch on a couch.. Florida, slopped off in the Ba-
hamas for Christmas, spent a
SAnd wvhen that gorgeous hunk few days in Havana, Cuba, at the
o' man flashed those boudoir bi- Inteirniational Yacht Club where
Snoculars at me I felt a sink- they saw Ernest Hemingway,
:: *..".... ing sensation (air pockets, you noted North American author.
know) -but-- as I was suffer- and sportsman, and then conti-
i-. in from a temporary condition, I leapt not only for the nearest par- nued to Port-au-Prince.
I achute, but lsd 4f6- thte 4concssion that I must save my immoral soul
...i.. M r. Foster, Im perial Valley re.
and, detly blazing a trail to the rear end (always preferable in Mr Foster, Imperial Vaey e-
-emnergencis), I- shot roiard into the wild blue yonder, shouting .A geta-ble farmer and contractor,
i: PreweUll to Arms. (otherwise known' as cThe Importance of being upon his arrival in Port-au-Prinm-
Einst.)&.Sqene o.-my..pas life flashed by -total recall- I re-lived ce, said, Wtie capital has excel-
my adveit es"s afnf t e'ifle the slightly burned toast of two lent accodmodations for yachting\
ScntinenS -- the flaming"' Cpe Suzette of the Fitzgerald Gin-Fizzand the port officials have been
e. ra -the demi-virigo .of, the Left Flank of Paris. very kind to us. We have enjoy-
But -bottoms up- and suddeAly I find myself on my Bello Gal- ed our stay very nuch. In fact
ico (for Lrtin Scholamr.bonly) ,and i rtegd: of i.Ta;ps for Mouche, it's our entire journey has. been
:... ..:.. ..: '... ... .. .,wonderful. The only complaints
a -labse imito" some.valey'6t oniisgioa, smack into Haiti's September
mornes! Who pulldd.4 .s\tig-on Mouche's complex? Let joy be about he trip were made by
mo.. es. o ... -m al m r of m. ,
.:.. unconfirmed and-so you see,.-dear ,friends,.. though in bed we cry, the two small members of my
't.. he Postman' alvays'i'h~gk't ide!' -.4"crew, Susan and Melissa, who
the postman always rings twice ... .. had to constantly climb into the I^ I
Egad- I am beyond i'opfe lost.: horizon the landscaping is unfa-an o chan cke an kee
,. .miliar, the moon is blue. aUd I Aear. the voice of the turtle. Let's anchor chain locker and keep
Sinstigate this parasitical spot! .only ones tha.uld eter the
I Who's the curvaceous cutie, tripping dripping from the aquamarine small space a they didn't think '
small space anrltey didn't think I
~ accolade of yon. lazy lagoon? Can I trust these old eyes? Is it Portia much of the dirty job. We ho|e
From. Portland, Desdemn.a from Desmoines, or Lady Macbutt from to be able to return to Haiti one
"..Butte, Montana? Is it Venus on' the half-shell? She's transfixed (in day but the journey from Cali-
i fact, in a hell of a fiql!) .-- transcendental nylon nethers floating fornia is a long one.,
behind her like a bridal 'wail (always a bridegroom, never a bride) The Privateer will continue
... her beautiful red hair halo'ing round her beautiful buxom her down to Port of Spain.
;. beautiful red eyes hailing a Loved One or is it a Peiping Tom?________________________
C|.. Mais non, it's a Seventh Avenue Samuray -- a Greenwich Village
y. drugstore coyboy. -
and it tenaetirtiodiclsnmY O U OILD
J: Is this East of Eden or merely a Brave New World? Ii my confusion -1
i^,. I fall bf my slouch and into 'the nearest irritation ditch, losing my
: beautiful Firestone falsettos. Is this a duel in the sun; lust in the
:.: dust, or merely a strange interlewd? w The doll whips out and auto- U A
l: matic by Gad, this gal has gats! the target topples she didn't
.. knew the guy was loaded! But it's only make-believe ,a flash of V A L U E A T
Spink .lightning and I have it: It's Vaya Derensky, the celebrated an-
tropolulu, and her assistant, Itchy, composer of hummable smedlies.
:... 'They have succeeded where other explorers (such as Swen Gali, the
B famous Swedish globetrotter and Ton Silitis, the well-known Greek
'. big dame hunter) have failed they have discovered the mysterious
.N... Lost* tribe of Haiti, the cAFRO-DIZZIACS. (homo sap. libidinous),
'. hitherto inaccessible to ten-percenters, re-write men and taxidermists
S.(those darn taxi-drivers). Vaya and Itchy, exponents of the 'Bring
'em back alight, school of exploring (invented by the Brandy-bearing
St. Bernard dogs of the Swiss alps) have done it again, but as spe-
cial correspondent for the cNational Pornographic, it is my sacred
|. duty to beat them to the scoop. Pressing them, I soon find out: Vaya
S is writing a stupendous tome, entitled The Divine Horsemanure.,
glorifying a certain by-product of the afro-dizzian military cavalry
"I hors de combat.. This equestrian item 'is the national symbol of the
.. Afro-Dizzian culture, immortalized by their poets and lauded by their "
M magna cuam laudanams because for centuries it has protected
their independence providing the training grounds for battalions
S of bellicose fleas, who are to the manure born, and who are valiantly
S defending their territory against gold-diggers, diamond minders and **
S urologists (uranium hunters) .
P.. But there's good news tonight: The Afro-Dizziacs are planning their
.. famed ceremonial heads will roll, antebellums toll and salads will
S be strictly salacious. As an old tit-mouse. myself, I'm looking forward
'" to sensational events.
And now as Vaya and Itchy install their TV-anathema, the Afro- TIdP iM Wt S
S Dizziacs are aboriginating from their ranch-type split-levels, wearing "
; Bermuda shorts (Freddie Kroll or Brooks Bros. were here) a blare
.. of strumpets,, a beating of drums, and now a lush falls over the a
.. audience I must leave you, dear Mouchomanes, but be sure and i
SI wait for my next makingg adventure, entitled.' Y U U il

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VERY REASONABLE NO MATTER WW
FACING ROOSEVELT AVE.
r Vicinity Riviera Hotel A -
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a "cious Courtyards
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rfect Location Pleasant Neighborhood
For information visit or phone 2918
10 A.M. to noon C.
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THE STONE SELLER
By Franek J. Bailey
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Since stones are always need-
ed for new constructions some
country people take it" a a per-
. manent job to furnish stones to
those who need them for their
work.
Last week end your-reporter
took a drv-e to Gqlettc Myette
to see ho.v the work is done and
inte'vidw Tecw members,of the
trade. lie w's received and en-
tertaihed by a lady who is known
as' Alice.
Alice was very pleased to see
the one who she had not .een
for years, she took him to her
house and introduced him to all
her family and gave him the fol-
.owing informations.
The river bed is, as you know,
aL'nosz without water in the dry
season so we can not find the
quantity of stones we need. The
rainy seaon is what we stone
seller-, ca 1 the good season be-
cause it h 'ings us freely what
we a.c living off of..
Any night a heavy rain falls,
-we get up in the early morning, go
to tho rir',:-" bed and start pick-
'ing n bi-? ,tones and pile them
separately at a few steps before
the 'rver where the truck driv-
ers can Comie and get them anid
"when the big stones are too
heavy for us.to carry, we get a
mule r' whose back we put a
4sac p:.ir'Ir in which we put the
..:. stones to be takcdri out of the bed
S and, being aecustom6d to the
work, we make each pile just


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exactly as big as a truck can
carry. At eight o'clock, four
hours after we started to world ,
truck drivers begin to come with
their tboeuf chalnes- and at
that time, though we are neigh-
hours, good friends or even re-
latives, w" are all competitors
and 'will tUierefore do, each one,


tho best lie can to see that his
stones are golden before his fel-
lows' stones.
The prices we charge for each
ccamion, (truck full of stones)
varies between eight and fifteen
gourdes -- it all depends on the
size and the quality of the sto-
nes; sometimes, we sell them
cash and sometime we give them
to drivers wno we know and get


paid for them at the end of the
week and we are so active in do-
ing our work that each one of
us can prepare at least three
camions a day if we are in
good dispositions.
Have you always been doing
that kind of work, your report-
er asked her, or, since how long
have you b.en doing it ?
As a child, I was sent to school
when I was -six years old and
Remained there three years and
when my father died leaving my
mother an.- five othed children,
I was, by my mother given to a
lady of the city whose helper T
was supposed to be. Six years
after I left and went back home
where I stayed helping Any mo-
ther in all her activities and
t while there, I sometime follow-
ed those whQ gather stones to
Sell 'until .I beqamb a typical
rnmen'ber of the trade. I got mar-
I led to ope of my jfellows when
I was twenty five years old. I
am now fifty five years old, am
the mother: of six children who
arc going to school and also
doing the same work I'do in
their free hours, she told me.
'- How do you like the work
and what your special' attrac-
.tions-are 9
Well Sir, if I was to give you
all the answer I have in miLd,
I'd never finish talking so. I'll
just say that I like this trade
very much because, from it, I
get strength and health because
it is at the same time .a little
bar and very pleasant so my
principal attractioten is right in
it.


BY MASTER BUTCHER
PA ?. MAGE ., OF LJ ,SI
BMOJACQUES LAFLEUR
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SIT SEA DRAMA
BE VIEWED FROM BOAT

of tae most interesting water. Then you place yourself
e. eulars/f this.: era Is. na- face down on one of a string of
C UnMiwater Fantasia ', i3iiated inner tubes to be pulled
ti cani.be observed beneath train fashjuion over the under-
.clear; waters of. Port-Au- water gardens.
Se bay. With your face mask only an
pe slow moving glass bot- inch under water you have be-
i.boat and Bascuda lI, leave' come part of that wondrous
taaitan capital. cIch morning" world on the bay. floor. If you
" and provides a- tngside reach out and 'touch a velvety
lfor the production -'-the- Bro*wn --plant it will close its
l oiandof Sand Cay. featherly fronds inoutrace.
.5is the exciting'Coral Reef The entire trip takes three
Naturalist William Beebe hours. It is not necessary to i
f. about i 4s".tat-seIer. know hqb to swim. In fact you
death Tropic, seaas.r. As you don't even have to paddle.
thrugn th glass bQttom of ..
boat, your perspective alters FOR RENT /
io u ..become part of. the. se- House for rent, at Turgeau 1
;.beautiful coral city that ;is Source, 3 bedrooms, large living-
t some200 different creat- room. hot and cold water com-
Rof the sea.' pletely independent, cool, love- S
p ton Baussan swims under ly garden. Telephone 2322 or (
gila4g pane holdihig some 7835.
bls of sea urchin. The tidbit FOR RENT
cts a. school df miniature FO EN
-fish which .dart to his- well furnished house in Pe-
i..-for a tempting bite. Gas- tion-Ville. 3 bedrooms with 2
sbruahes the bobbles oIff the "bathrooms, upstairs, large draw-
'pane so camera fans can ing-room and dining-room down-
.pictures ofjhis pet perform- stairs., surrounded by verandaih,
Ecr. -patio, sivimming pool, spacious
the glass bottom boat lawn and garden, withdrawn
.".you mahy change to yourf' f Vpm highway by private paved
Jng suit, don a snorkel face' h .i*vway. Telephone 7284 or
tik and1 step into-, waist-deep 2069.

XI.\ E. SEPE,

lMate'iaux2 de.- ConstructOin
?. 8, Rue Abraham Linco Phone 2152
> Planches, Cartclles, Eer, Ciment, Clous,
.Toles, Plywood, Hflardboard


:: VILLA TROPICANA'

'iMORNE CALVAIRE (Close to Place) PETION-VILLE
fers the solution for those who prefer the personalized
'comforts of a modern guest-house.
4 REASONABLE RATES -
'iPTroprietor Mrs, Margareth Came-on- Phone 7414

-.Saturday Night its Always CABANE CHOUCOUNE
-Till 4:00 A.M. SUNDAY.

rs Zmi if


Mades Impressed By Bureau
Lebnard Mades, chief of the through his own effort.
CARE Mission in Haiti, has re- CARE has just completed the
turned frorr a -five day visit to distribution of 10,000 food pa&-
J6remie area where he said he kagesin collaboration with Cap-
was tremendously impressed tain Bazile and -his staff. Chief
with accomplishments of the beneficiaries of this food have
peasants who are, though coo- been certain categories of
perative effortbuilding their schools and emergency cantines
own schools and roads with the all over the country. It was pos-
assistance .of the United Nations sible to also aid the peasants atof
and the Bureau of Community Savane Zombi and Oriani which
Development, were hard hit by the recent crop
Mr. MNades is working toward destroying frests.
increased collaboration of CARE
in the region. They have already
furnished considerable quanti-
Lies of tools to- the peasants, lPiesideit Commends
who are using them to carry out, Progress on Military CEi
Lheir community projects. He ..I.
found the peasant there unusual-. PresideAt Magloire visited the
y receptive to the idea of his construction work on the Milita-
ihelping and his conlmunity rv CityF Prirds wook andl nnwra-n.


See Haiti with Christophe
Citadel Tour & Travel Service
Tel. 7761 P. 0. Box 321
I.


tulated the Clibbean Construet-
tlion and Supply Company for
the efficiency ..with which they
are executing 1te Work.
There are 4-7 engineers ar-
chitecture, road, draining, plumb
ing and construction supervis-
ing the work of 1,600 workmen.
The constr-uction company is
using equipment obtained from
Haitian sources. \
These sources are: Darbouce
is furnishing Artex plates, Char-
les Dejean & Company the alu-
minum type tlouversv windows
and. in conjunction with sonaco.


the heavy materials such as ma
laxators, concretors ,and ltopo
graphics instruments.
Cement, boards, iroxi: andlI h
dTaulic pipes are supplIed b
Bellande Freres, 'Charlee Fi
quiere &' Co., Gerard Theard
Reinbold & Co, adid three ci
merit bloc factories A. de Ma
teis & Co., Dunbrick Dunte
and Fabrique Haitienne de M<
qaiques.- are delivering hmu
dreds of thousands of blocks
The hydraulic and hanltary m&
trials are furnished by'Herarn
C. L. Roy and Boucard & Ct.


Ui.S PLUS BELLES, MOSAIQgES
S HAI-TIE LINES


PLACE GEFFRARID .


Every Thursday 9 P.M. to 1 A.M
DANCING WI TH FOLKLORE SHOW


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KENEL PIERdE Eidlusive distributor in Haiti


YOUR PAL EASTER HAS yOKAY-YOU
A BANKROLL SUNK IN <( PRESSED THE
THIS FILM.- YOU WOULDN'T ) RIHT BUTTON!
WANTTO SEE HIM LOSE-- SAD7 LEME


5 5AVANNAN, STEVE CANYON CAN BE i
MAPM UP To LOOK. LIKE SHEFFIELr-.
WE CAN STILL SHOOT THE FLOOP--- "0
11--iw i/NO" No!


L6o<, VAN, WE ALL HAVE PERSONAL1
BEEFS, BUT THERE'S AN ENTIRE PICTURE
RIPIN0 ON ThESE FLOOP SHOTS! WE CAUT
WAIT FOR ANOTHER ACTOR 7TO FLY IN
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LOKAY, YOU PIG-HEADEP HILLBILLY, YOU
C:AN BLOW EASTIR" MONEY ANP WHAT
HAS DEVELOPED INTO YOUR BEST PERFORM-
ANCE IF YOU WANT TO BUT 1 HAVE AA
SSTAKE- IN THISTTO z.-.


SO I'VE HAP YOUR STANP-IN 6ET INTO
THE RIVER SEQUENCE COSTUME,! WELL
SHOOT THE ENODIN6 IN C-OP OLP PLAY-
IT-SAFE HOLLYWOOP STYLE INSTEAD OF
WITH SOMPNEWSWEL-LIKE FACTUALITY!


HOPE YOU ENJOY YOMR BOX LUNCH'I
HERE IN YOUR TENT WHILE THE REST
OF THE CAST iS OUT EARNING WHAT WEG
LAU6HIN6LY CALL- A LIVINMS-


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Vlieh has the' best imports from all the co rners of the world. You can save up to 60%
m U.S. prices 'with your duty free allow nee of $200. over 48 hours and $500 over
! days outside U.S.A. Fisher's will be a real shopper's paradise. Not only free port prices
ut modest mark-up, because everything is concentrated in one large 'building. Are your
biggest assets in buying at Fisher's. ,


Fisher's, the American's favorite shop where
all prices are clearly marked on every item.
Where a well-trained and courteous staff will
help you to solve your shopping problems.
Where checks and foreign banknotes are accep--,
ted, aid your purchases shipped. We will gladly
give you free information about U.S. customs, re-.
gulations and shipping costs.


MAIN FLOOR OF FISHER'S SHOPPING CENTER


STHE BEST NAMES IN
SFRENCH PERFUMES
COSMETICS
/
Liqueurs --Brandies -
Champagnes
Art Porcelains
Royal Copenhagen
Bing & Groendahl
Royal Vienna Augarten
Limoges' ..
Coalport
Lalique and Bohemian Crys-
talware
iVMarcel Frank Atomizers
Swiss Watches
French Pipes "


STRIBUTORS FOR: /
erlain-_ Liberty. of London Fabrics
multon and Perrn-in Gloves Hawiek
ofland Cashmire Sweaters. Lubin
dmein Wqil Knize Griffe Perfumes
apoleon Godet Louis De Salignac Cognacs
ntquis De Montesquieu Armagnac De Kuyper
queurs Aalbor Aquavit Danish Porce-
lains, and Silver Spalding of England
Sportgoods.
IE WORLD FAMOUS EMBROIDERY FLOOR
COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
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Painting
Native Jewelry
Sisal Shdes -.Bags
Tortoise-Shell Jewelry'

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Hait-i i- "ilbroi.-' '- ,Dress- P,-"ises skirts
- men's shirts Cuban Guayabera Shirts -
Italian Silk Scarv'es Swiss Handkerchiefs -
'Table Lincns Bcade:! Bags Petit-point Bags
- Cas'orr.- Sweacrs Pc:rin Gloves Liber-
ty Goods.


Mahogany quality goods from our own worksliop',
Sisal and Straw goods Vedoo Drums Dolls Hats
Records Books Films Place Mats


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S...... LESLIE CHENET OFFERS NATIONAL PARK

i : *- AID IN PROMOTING TO BE CREATED

S HAITI IN MONTREAL AT PELIGRE
Altxn- incrmnrhv :.. t. Q- m


Leslie Chenet, office manager
of Essex Jewelry Co. of Mon-
treal, Canada. who is returning
This week to Montreal, has gen-
erously offered his services and
those of his office as a temprory
Haitian Tourist Office in Montreal.
The son of Rony Chenet, not-
S ed Haitian insurance pioneer,
has been in Petionville for three
weeks visiting his family and
studying the amazing 'buildup in
Haitian tourism since his depar-
ture seven years ago to enter
school in Canada.
The 27 year old bachelor, who
celebrateshis 28th. bifthday this
month, stated that tourism has
created a great change in Haiti
and more Canadians will begin
coming down here to see this
country. The recent visit of the
Haitian trade mission to Canada
has awakened the Canadians to
the many advantages of closer
relations with Haiti.
Chenet reported that there is
no 'commercial attache iA Mon-
treal at the present 'time and
that the Honorary Consul has no
authority to 4ign any trade agree
ments or other official docu-
ments .The only Haitian diplo-
niatic representative in"Ganada
is located at Ottawa, but Chenet
said he heard that in the next bud-
get Haiti will have a tourist of-
fice hi Montreal. 'cUntil -this
opens my office is' available for
the use of the Haitian Tourist
Office and also my'personal ser-
*vices in any matter pertaining

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to the betterment of cultural.
trade, tourist or social relations
between our two countries,' he
said.
This young man, who so gene-
rously offered his government a
helping hand, worked up from
the bookkeeping department of
his manufacturing and import-
ing firm tn the office manager-
ship. Chenet spent three years
studying higher accounting at
Sir George William'College, two
years of cost accounting and
auditing at MoGill University
and last year finished twelve
months at'the University of Mot-
treal studying social and politic-
al science.


Elie Lescot Junior
Scores At The Sorbonne

Elie Lescot. Jr., son of the
former President of the Repu-
blic, made a brilliant showing
before the 'Examining Commis-
sion of the Faculte des Sciences
of Paris on March 2nd.
Mr. Lescot's thesis submitted
in view of obtaining his diploma
for. -.Etudes .Superieures., was
honored with a note from the
Jury marked eTres bien.v
At present studying at the
cInstitut du Radiumn in Paris,
Mr. Lescot will present ,a new
thesis at the end of -the year
when he expects to obtain his
Doctorate At the University of
Paris.


A'tL LIltA in L IIULIUII U Leio t OLdLC
Secretary of Agriculture Dr. EHe
Villard the Soil and Forest Con-
servation Service will create a
National Park at Peligre. Only
0 one hour drive from Port-au-
Prince, over a good asphalt road,
the park will be at a cool altitude
of 150 meters.
The Peligre Dam will be a
center of attraction and the
Park, overlooking bhe dam, will
aid in protecting the dam's wat-
er supply from excessive sedi-
mentation.
The Park will not only be a
touristic attraction but will also
serve as a studying center where
stfidents can get practical ex-
perience..in the forests with the
various plants, both natural and
artificial.
The park will offer "the follvw-
ing facilities to tourists and bu-
sinessmen escaping from the of-
fk'e: Individual cabins with all
the comforts, pure drinking wat-
er, electricity, tennis courts, res-
taurant and bar, a picnic center,
swimming pool and boating and
fishing on an artificial lake are
the featured attractions.

SUGAR MEET
Haiti has been invited to the
International Sugar Council of
member countries of the Unit-
ed Nations to be held in New
York on May 27th, at .which time
the important matter of revision
of the 1952 International Accord
will be discussed. The ndmes in
the Haitian delegation have not
yet been announced.


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ti Our small monthly newspap- Testatent to be out soon. Due
e 'r eReyo 'Limleb is one of the to the "difficulty of writing, the
S few ever,,attempted in the Creo- Creole language this edition will
'le la&iguage and through this pu- be a feeler to see how it catches
y blieatio'n we supply our scatter- on this is necessary due to
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i. :'* our association and announce spelling for the Creole vocabula-
go. c nge'vents.a stated Missiona- ty.
,,:'-JI hry .le Snmith of ;the- West In-
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S rex&ni'btervlew with the Sun.; one of their major problems is
.. .Onthe subject of publca- in keeping contact with the 200
U6 6 tios in Creole,i he addled, c the rural churches throughout the
Ai.d.- eian Bible Society 'it plann- area. eDue 'to the lack of proper
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tainous areas. We applied for
permission to open a radio sta-
tion and use it for broadcasting
messages but were turned down
by the government. We are hop-
ing that eventually permission
will be granted,. he informed.
(The" real thing is not religion
but the belief in Christ,* stated
Missionary Smith's charming
wife, and although our organi-
zation has been called Baptist in
the past we are actually an in-
ter-denominational group, inter-
ested only in training Haitians
for the Ministry so that in due
time they will take over the ope-
ration of their own churches.
All of the West Indies Mlssion'
Missionaries, in the Haltiah-chur-
ches, are nationals and their
churches were built by nation-
als at their own expense.
According to informed Mission-
ary sources they have had appro-
ximately 70,000 converts in the
last 15 years and are badly' in
need of preachers and native
workers. Their organization is
supported by the national church
and the school trains the Hai-
tians for the ministry and fur-
nishes their food, books, etc.,
during their training.
The hard-working g r o up
of Canadian and North American
missionaries have developed a
lovely educational retreat ih the
hills just outside the city of Aux
Cayes. At the ,present time
There are only about 20 first
year students in the school. Or-
dinarily there are between 75
and 100 students but due to Hur-


ricane Hazel and the resulting
damage and loss of life the
other students were sent into
the field, ahead of time, on er-
rands of mercy.
There are West 'Indies Mis-
sions in Cuba, the Dominican
Republic, Jamaica, St. Vincent,
Guadaloupe and Surinam. c All
of our missions are training the
native peoples to take over com4
plete control of their own chur-
ches. From the fifth to eighth
of April we are holding a confe-
rence of all of our Haitian Mis-
sionaries and converts here at
the Missionary School to discuss
this project and to coordinate
our local activities, v he con.
clouded.



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The other day,. a great lady
of the Capital informs, aI was
accompanying my three small
daughters on a promenade when
suddenly, the youngest com-
manded the chauffeur to stop the
car. I noticed that a gay merin-
gue was wafting from the win-
dows of a nearby home. c.C'est
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children had immediately reco-
gnized that special something
about the music of those 40
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The boys of St. Louis de Go
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tial are winning the hearts
all Port-au-Prince, and provi'
themselves to be really civU
minded, they announced th
they plan at public gatherings
charity balls, in public parlk
and anywhere at all where gooi
music is needed. And its all foi
the pleasure of it they will
accept no pay for their services
They are aL present using in:K
struments loaned them f"omI
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NEW SOURCE OF ECONOMIC WEALTH

Survey Ship Finds Coastal Waters,
Well Stocked With Tuna Fish


(Contnued from page I)
cAt the present time fish is
very expensive in Haiti. A small
can of tune fish sells here for
60 cents, and is a hot selling
item. The people would have to
be taught to eat tuna and the
dealers woula have to put more
fish on the market thus bring-
ing the prices down within the
reach of tni'. poorest farmer. Aft-
er. all, fi.shi is an excellent pro-


tein food and many of our people
lack prope., proteins in their
diet.
cAs administrator I have had
to miss an occasional trip, to
keep things straight in the office,
but I try to go on as many of
these voyages as possible, he
continued, 'on the first trip Mr.
Routh and myself were accom-
pin:ed by Agrnomnist Edouard
and Lt. Fe.'rere. t


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STOCKED .. -
United Notions Fisheries Re-
presentative Routh, of London,
England, added: eFromn the size -.
of the fish the Santona has been
catching and the reports on the ,
tuna schools, indications are ,. ,--
that Haiti is well stocked with '
these fish. It took Cuba appro- lf ." "'
ximktely ten years to develop its ''"
tuna industry and Haiti will have .iy
to go slowly at first. I expect to '''" "
be here in Haiti until December
at least, working on the develop-
ment of the fishing industry, and
possibly longer.
cTuna usually confines itself
to within live miles of a coun-
try's coast line and therefore
will not enter into the discussion
of territorial waters or the tres- .
passing thereof,b he answeredin
reply to questions on territorial f;. ,
tuna fishing rights. ..
.The discussion of territorial ----
waters is up before the United (UBAN SKIPPER Cferino Gonz
Nations at the present time and (Fito) Bonnefil show off two of :
in the meeting last April in Rome
the countries involved were di- anywhere from eleven to fifteen
vided over the issue. As a result pounds apiece.
of this meeting, recommenda-
tions will be made and the re- The Cuban Captain added,-The
suiting *Code of the Seab should tuna we caught were called Skip-
deal with everything from fish- jack Tuna and we hope to fill
ing rights to piracy,D he stated. the boat oi our next trip to Aux
Normally manned by nine or Cayes, within a few days. We
ten men, the ship has been ope- expect to'return fdr the Easter
rated, by a three man Cuban Holidays. It is agairist our reli-
crew, consisting of Captain Ce- gion to vork over eSemana San.
ferino Gonzales, Louis Enrique ta.,>
Fernandes and -Rafael Luaj of .
Havana Prnvince, Cuba. United C On our nrst trip to Saiht
Nations and Haitian officials go Nicolas we caught 2,400 pounds
along for observation. with only two men fishing and
Syet due to weather conditions
FISHING POSSIBILITIES the same men only caught 400
EXCELLENT pounds on oar second trip to the
same place.
Captain Gonzales said, s we ,
have had excellent results with UP TO 10 POUNDS 3
our experuients. We have just
returned with 800 pounds of tuna e So far. we have been lucky
from the waters south of Joremie. in that we have had no sharks
Thi: is actually only a small
percentage of the possible catch.
Only two of us were fishing at
a time but with a full brew. we
could have loaded the ship. Und- e
er similar conditions, but with C est reoll
a ten man crew, we caught 14,-
000 pounds in six days fishing b r f nt
south -of Cuba. We could easily if n
have caught between 5,000 and
10,000 pounds off Jeremie with
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HATAUvUDYARL1t15


lie Solution Of Long Rangt Weather Forecasting
."" :. '. -

,...ByL GENTIL TIPPENHAUER,

F director of the *Fondation Internationale de Mlt'orologles
,t planet and consequently our atmosphere is under' the influence
4bes which proceedl from the depths of the Universe a.rid penetrate
lthe interplanetary space surrounding the Sun.
.the line with the opinion of the German Physicist Planck, these
jes act by uquantab, it is to say that they are felt by more' or less
iehent shocks interrupted by more or less long cycles of lull like-
b's' squalls.'
ong those forbes, we note that of the universal gravitation dis-
ed by Newtoq and those of electro-magnetic nature studied by
Iaday and which are by the oscillations of the magnetic needle And f
IOccurences of thunderstorms.
f'Accordance with the postulat'um. of Einstein, author of the genial
ry or -relativity, those 3 forces, ake not independent between them-
si. they- depend coercively o0 a superior force ef which they are
S derivatives, particluar forms. This superior force must be consi-
neptas an expression of God's will.
|e ignore its magnitude and its possible variations which, after
n-..u.bdergone some perturbations caused by the electro-magnetice
e'of the planets moving periodiclly around the Sun, giving' birth
Sehvariations in out- central stAr's energy which appear. in spots on I
:i-face of the Sun.
'e:Suiss astronomer of universal fame, A. Wolfer, had been design-
.the International Meteorological Congress to establish the reJa-
!.anuber'of those spots over a cycle of'150 years; He could observe
"tdhis numberr was varying according'to a period of N x 11 years.
le.ycle was evidently the fact of influences of the planets of which
4 tost powerful sJUPITER, returns every 11, 7 years to the "same
entriese position.
Scan therefore without illogicalness substitute the unknown ma-
Ps of the superior force in' other words, those of the unified
si b. .EINSTEIN. for those of the magnitude of the variations of
.i energy; admitting at 'the same time a certain constance of the
.td.de of the superior force at least during relatively,, short peri-
ptone with respect to the length of the existence of thel Universe. -
ie.,emanations of electro-magnetic nature coming from the Sun's
ibns and penetrating into our. atmosphere nust be the cause
e variation of the electro-magnetic field in 'which is plunged our
isphere, but in accordance with the plural influences coming di--
yfon mthe superior force of the Universe. Evidently, great attend"
must be paid also to the perturbations'caused by an interfel-nce ]
e electro-magnetic fields of the 3 celestial bodies which are. mnov- I
between the Sun and our barth, i.el of Mercury,.- Venus and the

iee perturbations, can be mathematically precalculated as in 1844 I
mterman physicist Weber at the Wuerzbourg University had already r
ip.hed on experimental bises the differential equations determin- -
rle infl.uences that an' electro-magntic field produce on that one
gme nature around jf which he is turning in an elliptic orbite.
ifedo not-possess a specific organ permittifg us to' feel or to as-
tn. the variations of the electro-magnetic fields of the atmesph-
i' which we 'are living, nothing for example, indicates us one
a.ebefore an eminentdanger -Kills a person in our side thunder-
: ny an electric catastrophe-discharge. .
Lpiy science possesses the magnetograph, an instrument with
atikcazly registered giving the. variations of the. electro-magnetic
of. our atmosphere; the magnetic needle df this instrument, in
distant movement of oscillation,; degresses, in the morning towards
.3st side, in jhe afternoon towards the West.
f. angle formed by the. Two maxima displacements is the measure
,the electro-magnetic charge of the atmosphere.
ter fifty years of relentless recherches, and very considerable ex-
iais' the FOUNDATIONN INTERNATIONAL DE METEOROLOGIE.
'Institute of private creation at Port au Prince, Haiti, affiliated to
'-Meteorological Olbservatory of the Congregation, of the Holy Spir-
d under the direction of L. Gentil TIPPENHAUER, diploma En-
r of the Polytechnical School of Zurich and disciple .of Astrono-
..W.olfer,. would find that the.caleidoscopiques and so disturbing
E-ges of the weather from day to day were a severe function of the
responding variations of the magnitude in potential and in. pola-
,of the ejectro-magnetic charges of our atmosphere. -
ar Fondation could discover then The Law of the Weather, which
*71 t /S. -
ie' sofe weather reappears at a given' station whenever under
-same cosmic rdiautions the totality of the disturbing- inflttences
-ithe plnets produce in the Siu at 'a moment of equal declination
.same effect in the potential and polarity of its energy, and fimul-
meously the three constellations 6 the Moon, its phase, distance
$ 4eclination, return to an identical .aangement in time and
R# e, and the inner planets: Mercury and Venus also return 14 the
e hetiocentrid longitudes'.............
mathematical formulas could be established in conformity with the
iecription of this taw and based upon the three differential equa-
of Weber, which permit the precalculation of the departures of
values of the meteorological elements from their daily normal
4pes and this, at least uj to ONE. year in advance..
:Tese formulas employ the observations made 11, 22, 33, 44, 55, 66,
,R 5and 99 years previously. Having made many hundreds of such
Calculations;, it was demonstrated that the best results were ob-
tsed by two of these formulas, which employed the observations
hade-'ziearest to actuality. This was a proof that our hypothetical sup-
positidn of somewhat with a certain constancy in the magnetude of
he forces of the unified fields.
SWe could reduce very favorably tpe numerous formulas of precal-
iautions to those, which employ the observations of: 11, 22, 33, 44
snd'66 years beside adding a formula using only observations of the
last preceeding Year. After the declaration of an eminent German
.ihlosoiher Schopenhauer saying that the great Laws of the Nature
'. .ve never been discovered by Universities; but, always by isolated
-piesons; to whose it belongs to establish the reality of the new Law
by the application 'of a very long epoch to come.
,I, order to obey to this obligation; we had to proceed, establishing
whetherr precisions for the region of Port au Prince, Haiti on the base
of -the new Law, and this under the control of the Department of Pu-
bVie Works of the Haitian Governmente .
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The results obtained during 36 consecutive months were satisfac-
tory showing always an exactitude of at least 85% (Eighty-five per
Cent) allowing an incwtitude in time of arrival of the precalctuated
phenomena caused by effects of inertia of the atmospheric masses
put in movement. The previsions of the evolutions from day to day
of the temperature observed at New York made by us have show the
same favorable results as those obtained for the region of Port au
Prince.
We arc authorized therefore to pretend that a solution has been
found for the problem of a recalculation of the weather for a long
time to come; solution which" had been considered as impossible by
the Meteorologists of all the Nations of the World.
Hundred per Cent (100%) of exactitude can not be obtained on
account of 'the ignorance of the magnitude of other forces which
comes from the unified fields of the Universe. The force of the uni-
fied fields being the manifestation of the Divine's breath.
God has taken his precaution that trees don't grow. to heaven.
Tlhe total forces of the unified fields represents as to say: the ma-
nifestations of the respiration of the Universe.
The continuation of the recherches made more and more profound
of our FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL DE METEOROLOGIE have s
revealed without any doubt that the phenomena of the clouds are,
we must say the written partition of the Music of the spheres of the
great philosopher of the antiquity.
We have the proof that all the phenomena of our life exist under
the dependanCe of the LAW OF THE WEATHER; the energy of the
Sun and the vital energy of our body; the relations between the pres-
sure tnd the temperature of our blood, the acidity of our urine, our
acts and consequently also the political events or occurences depend-
ing so intiniatly on those phenomena therefore must be considered
as a consequence of a Divine's will.
. Who are interested in the PREKNOWLEDGE of the WEATHER may
write to -the
P. 0. Box No. 825 i
Port au Prince. Haiti, West Indies.
Director: L. lentil TIPPENHAUER Diploma Engineer.
Dipl]om: Engineer of the Polytechnic College of Zurich, Switzerland
Former Eig. of the Municipality of Port au Prince, Haiti
Former Attache of the Haitian General Staff
Former Eng. in Chief and Director of the PCS Railroad
& Tramways Rep. d'H.. -
Former Consulting Engineer of the Electric Light & Power Co
Port au Prince and Cap Haitien
Former Consulting Eng. of the Haytian American Sugar Company
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Engineer of First 'Class of the' Haytidai Government, Republic of Haiti
Member of the Commission for the limitation of the frontier between
Republique Dominicaine et Haiti.
night of the Order 'HONNEUR ET MERITE. of the Rep' of Haiti-
lember of the Academy of the University of Wuerzburg, Germany
honorary Corresponding Mempber of Several Scientific Societies. "


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AITI OBSERVES EASTER

i UNIQUE MANNER
(Contnued from vage 1)


t Eglise Saint-Pierre de Pe-
'Wmile, the services were es-
; ialy impressive with Mass
t Communion taking place on
ursday night from 11:00 to
nighth, and the Mass of the
surrection being chanted at
Night on Saturday., a change
m previous years when the
night mass took place only on
rtmas Eve.
on Good Friday, afternoon the
P u lace sought spiritual
* f.net by making the climb to
Calvaire v the Cross, situated
gh on a hill, erected long ago
different partX of the country.
ere th' people, garbed in
ite as a sign of mourning,
'elt in prayer under the gui-
ce of the good father who
sided o':er this touching ce-
iony: At the same time the
Ktional 'Chemin de Croix) ce-
Lons were held in the parish
rches where the Jfaithful have
ne each Friday since Lent be-
Sto follow the services as the
est, stops before @abh of the
6leadx of the 12 stations of the
sion of the Christ invoking
0se crucial hours proceeding
6 crucifixion, as they chant:
l -int Marie.- IM&re de Dieu,
ez pour nous, pauvres p&-
iurs, maintenant et i l'heure
e'notre mort, ainsi soit-il.,b

hi direct contrast to the pious
solemn observano6' of the
ifilon and the resurretioi
ied by the pe'eu Il fa-
'if the cities of Haiti, is
tond, no6 les za s
which is perhaps the most
Haitian, is the cqmme-
ations observed by certain
.omiDpeasant. brothers known
% RaR b TruW to fnrm, fiey
te in bands, andf their fes-


rivalss draw crowds of visitors to
Carrefour Imfort in the region
of Leogane, to Cayes Frrqs in
the Plains orf from' Petion-VUle,
and to the mountains behind
Kenscoff.
The Ra-R= bands boldly make
their % exercices z from the first
week of t!c Lenten Season
through certain sections and out-
skirts of'ihe city. Usually led by
two called cReine Corbeillez, four
musicians furnish blood-tingling_
rhythm from the vaccines or the
jong. The rulers are garbed in
the fantastic dress of the 4Can-
dales, of shihy yellow, green,
red, blue and white material,
glistening with cpaillettes, made
in the form cf a priest's robe.
They execute intricate dances
and hair-raising feats, fascinat-.
ing spectators with their trick
of gripping a loaded table of be-
verage-filled bottles between
their teeth, and while the baton
is tossed high'into the air, they
dance dangerously and ex-
pertly during the ten seconds
before the baton returns to
earth. No: even a slight 4 clink)
of one of the bottles is heard
during this feat.
When Good Friday arrives on
their calendar, they enact the
story of Judas, subjecting this
traitor in' effigy to the firy
of the mob as it howls, blows
and! spitting, aiding their the vic-
tim on his way Into eternity.
-


The boisterous and widely ce-
lebrating Ra-Ra bands with their
aiReinie Corbeille, bearing their
official banner, passing the bask-
et for contributions as she sings
mnay have a take of from 500 to
700 gourdes during the 3-day
session during Holy Week. The
King or the dMlaitre Ra-Rav


HAITI SUN___ ___


APRIL IMPOPT.ANT MONTH

IN THE AMERICAS


April promises to


be a big the past year he was also Chair-


month for the Organization of
American States. On the fourteen-
th, Pan American Day, the Inter
American system will celebrate
its sixty-sixth birthday. The.same
month inaugurates another phase
for the Organization. whin the
new Secretary General takes' over
the reins. elected in January, Dr.
Jos. A. Mora returned to, Uruguay
before taking office to present
his' resignation from the posts of
Ambassador to the United States
and Uruguayan'Representative on
the OAS Council, both of which
he had held for several years. For

holds the purse strings of the
band, and shares 'the money with
members with scrupulous hones-
ty. Dancing incessantly during
three days and three nights
spurred on by clairin and fed by
food from bourriques laden with
cans of white beans, rice, salt-
fish and plantain, the Ra-Ra
kings have been acclaimed the
best of the great interpreters of
the tribal dances for which Haiti
is becoming famous. With sever-
al officers of the law to keep
the casualties low when band
members become ,belliqueunk,
the bands go on their merry way
in their original interpretation of
the meaning of i-oly Week.
When the gong strikes three
o'clock'on Good Friday after-
noon, announcing the hour of
the eTenebresv and the people
knock against the wall to c se-
coue) their caillep, to chase
out the spirit of the hated Judas,
then the principal ways of the
special observance of Easter
Week in Haiti have been cover-
ed.
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man of the Council.
-It is up to the Secretary Gen-
eral., Dr. Mora feels, 'to try to
maintain a balance among the Or-
ganization's economic, social, ju-
ridical, and cultural activities so
that the various facets of the
work will progress simultaneous-
ly'. But he anticipates within the
next fdw years, in answer to the
American nations' growing econo-
mic problems, 'extensive technic-
al studies and practical solutions
to establish an efficient economic
system throughout the Amerioas,.
Dr. Mora brings to his new post
a background of legal training,
wide diplomatic experience, and a
deep understanding of Inter-Ame-
rican problems. His contact with'
this family of nations staritd 20:
years ago, when he took part in
the Buenos Airies I.A. Conferen-
ce of Peace in '36. Since then he
has participated in-the four Meet-
ings of Consultation of Ministers
of Foreign Affairs of the Americ-
an Republics, in two of the period-
ic Inter-American Conferences and
in two specialized meetings. He
also exercised considerable .-inftlu-
ence as Chairftan of the-' 1) In-
vestigating Committ[o9A66te Carib
bean Situation. Outside tre' Inter-
American field, he has represent-
ed his country in the United Na-
tions, at the Japanese Peace Con-


PAGE 17


mittee of Jurists that prepared the
-statutes of [he International Court
of Justice. His diplomatic posts
took him to Spain, Portugal, Bra-
zil, and Bolivia. in addition to the
United States.
As -the citizens of our countries
become more familiar with the
work and objectives of the OAS,
Dr. Mora is convinced, they will
realize that the inter-Ajnerican
system'is the best safeguard for
their interests in effectively main-
taining peace and promoting coo-
peration among the twenty-one
member nations.
From now on Dr. Mora will co-
ordinate the activities of the Pan
American Union, 'the seceretariat
through which OAS projects are
put into practice. He feels that
-the Union must be on' the alert
at all times, ready as a service
organization for any emergency,
without interuptfng'the steady
work 'of its tebfiical'. abd .inform-
ation offices.. With a full calend-
at of lnter-Ame.ran codiei-ences
this year (see pDepr Reader., Fe-
bruary 1956 AMERICAS), the U-
nion has a strenuous schedule
ahead. Aside from doing the spa-
de-work the OAS organization
must conduct the meetings smooth
ly and furnish thq host country
with whatever personnel it re-
quires. We must keep this mech-
anism operafin. at nimaximui ef-
ficiency at all 'times., Dr. Mora
says, -so that the OAS can live ,
up to.'its reputation and. to ,the
confidence our peoples have p'Wt-


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New Mexican Envoy
Well-Known to Haiti
The nomination of Mr. Cesar
Garizurieta, as the new Mexican
Ambassador to Haiti was been re-
ceived favorably by the Haitian
Government. A well-known writer
and journalist, Ambassador Gari-
zurieta was a devoted collaborator
of the Department of Africulture
of Mexico: He was a Deputy during
the 38th and the 41st Legislative
sessions of Congress. He has writ-
ten several novels and books on
sociology
The arrival 'of the new ambas-
sador and his wife, Aida Vega in
Haiti is expected shortly. Dr. Jose
Torres Talavera, who formerly oc-
cupied the post has been transfer-
red to Tegucigalpa, Honduras.


HAITI SUN


WAY CLEAR FOR VISIT
OF BEAUTY QUEEN
An exchange of letters this
week between Dr. Rein6al A. As-
sad, of the Hotel Villa Creole,
and Clifton Satterfield, od Mem-
phis Cotton Marker's Jublilee, Inc.,
prepared the way for the com-
ing visit on April 2, of Mrs. R.
Q. Venson and lwr .Spirit of Cot-'
ton Mpkers Jubileei on their an-
nual tour to Haiti.
Mrs. Venson was here in Port-
au-Prince last year with Miss
Joyce McClinton, Queen of the
Spirit of Cotton beauty contest
held by the Cotton Makers of
the' U.S. on their annual Jubilee.
During her visit Miss McClinton
modeled her all-cotton wardrobe
in the Villa Creole.


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On their visit this year .Mrs.
Venson, who mothered the idea
of the contest four years ago,
and her lovely contest winner of
this year will model their exqui-
site all-cotton wardrobe with the
latest in styling and fashion.
NEW HAITIAN CC SHIP
*La Crete & Pierrot,* patrol
ship acquired by the Haitian
Coast Guard from the U.S under
the Mutual Defense Assistance
Progrannmme, will arrive at Port
au Prince on Monday afternoon,
April 2, according to informed
sources.
The ship departed from Nor-
fonllk Virginia nn Th'hrcdnv ,l n-


SUNDAY, APRIL 1st 1956: ,


Haitian Meringue Should.Be Taught In U.S

Opinion Of Two Yoting School Teachers I

Two young school teachers They learned the intricate art-
from Pennsylvania spent the of moving the body to the rhyth-.
most exciting time of their mic Meringue from Freddy-
lives in three short days here on a Kroll Jr., at home for the Easter.
Caribbean cruise. holiday from Yale- University:
Suzanne Kaiser of Elkins
Par< Pa.. and Bonnie Walbridge Lady luck winked their wij
of Jenkldntown. Pa., attended the at the Casino International and.
5 to 7 reception Ambassadbr andl they amassed a tidy sum to helpV
Mrs. Davis gave in honor of thp them in their souvenir buying..
Secretary of the U.S. Navy and The girls are going to organize
Mrs. Charles S. Thomas and Am- a Caribbean party when they ro-
bassador and Mrs Norman Ar turn home and Haiti will be the
nInur Nntfnnd4 a rvininO" main theme.


der the command, of Lieutenant
Nicolas Beausejour, with Sous- .--. .
Lieut. Maurice Martin as Execu- .: .';"
tive Officer and En,,ign Cave. ..
engineering officer, and carry-
ing a crew c.f ten enlisted men. .
The U.SS. Shakori tATF162 '
sailed in company with the Crete
a Pierrot as far as the Windward
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Professor Harvejr Poe has been; Harold Bussinius returned homi


spotted tramping around the hills
-of Gienier near Laboule. The St.
y 3ohns College Annapolis professor
said that the land once belonged
to his Frenbch ancestors, the Gre-
nier family. They quit Haiti for
the U.S. under pressure of the
Times. Harvey. is a former Rhodes
Scholar.
x x x
Ninon Roy, (Canadian) and for-
mer Mrs. Jean Roy, became the
wife of Castelhaiti's Manager,
Aime Percque, on March 27th.
1x xxx
Mrs. Gordana Ashton left
STuesday at 2:00 P.M. on her long
air voyage via Pan American
Airways tod attend the royal wed-
ding at Monaco, as a guest of
S Prince Ranier HI who weds the.
American stage and screen star,
Grace Kelly. this month. She
will visit her. sou Burdette and
her new daughter-in-law in In-
S iapnapolist then will visit her fa-
mily in Washington, an. a short
tip'to.New Y'Qrk.to catch 'up,
Swith- the Broadway theater pro-
ductions. .Then to Lon4gon for a
visit with her brother, before go-
ing to Monaco.
Mrs. Ashton wa entertained
at a charming boS voyage lun-
c ..heon last Satuirday by Mr.- and
Mrs. Milton Barall of the U.S.
Embassy, at their residence&, in
Canape 'Vert.' Among the close
S friends attending; Mrs. Roier
de Bercegol de Ipile wife of the
SFrench. Ambasador, the Italian
Ambassador la "4 -his wife, the
S Peruv' nA assador and his
S wife, .ishop. -qegeli, Mr.. and
S Mrs. Cale."Elliot ahd daughter,
MTs. Anxh-ennegy, Mr. and Mrs'.
S..Ge..g Po{ley, Mr. and Mrs. Leg-
f, $1', And Mrs. Fred KroU,
|. .. *~~-~:Si, Mrs Ted Roosevelt and
S.'DDewiftt Peters.
.,. ,.* .. : ,,-^ )i x x
S 'We were in error last week.'Lieu
..tenaht Georges Lautupe 'flew to
New York with his wife, Sinione,
S daughter Fabienne and father-in-
S law, Mr. Edouard Peloux. They are
S expected. to return in a month's
time.
xxx
Mr. Elias Noustas, flew off Wed-
S m!nesday for New-York and the cap-
* 'itals of Europe on a business trip.
/' XXX
,' Jac q u e 1 i n e Carrie's Fashion
S. Show, at Castelhaiti, inauguration
A Saturday night went on in (he ab-
sence of the Directrice who was
at Asile 'Franais.- in a plaster cast
I with injuries from the Tuesday
accident.


Thursday to Cap Haitlen, aftez
sailing the 'White Witch, to thi
Virgin Islands.
HaO-old went. along- to- helj
Frank Mather n111 out when hi
wife and daughter took the ai
when the sea got too rough.
Ma.ther'is studying the fishing
possibilities for Tourism in thi
Virgin Islands for the U.S. Gvt.

Mrs. /ean Blaise left Wednes
day morning for Washington an)
her new post as Secretary to thi
Military Attache of the ,Haitiai


Embassy.

Archie
spending
daughter
DAup~hin.


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and Gladys Spillet are
the Holy Week with-
Daphne at Plantation

x x


Hermann Gerdes," Haytian Trac-
tor & -Equipment Company's Co-
Manager, is confined to his home
this week, undergoing the tortu-
res of a tcrie aigiie de rheuma-
tisme z.
x Ix xc
Mr. and Mis Rajmond Moise
celebrated iheir wedding anni-
versary, on March 27th Rayj
a.nd Hldegarde united their des-
tinies 'just two years ago.
xxx / I
Painter and'Mrs. D'vid Young
moved into their nel 'ti-cailes
in upper Fifth Avenue, Bolosse
Friday.
XXX


Suzie Shrewsbury flew home
home from Sarah Lowrence Coll-
ege in New York City and surpris-
ed papa Burt who wasn't expect-
ing her for the Easter holidays.
xxx
Ambassador Pierre Hudicourt
joined his wife here, this week:
The Ambassador from Caracas en-
joyed ten days of Haitian atmos-
phere before moving on.
x x x
Mr. and Mrs. Coffin arc at the
International Club. Mrs. Coffin is
the Director of a modern age fur-
niture department at Sloans.
I x x x
bishop Voegeli wants it known
that on Easter Sunday there will
be a 11:00 o'clock service besides
the traditional 7:00 o'clock at St.
Trinity.
x x x
Dr. Louis Hippolyte married at-
tractive Peggy Daugherty, of Sche
nectady, New York, last March 20
in New York. Dr. Hippolyte is at
his home in Debussy recovering
from a recent operation.
Mrs. Hippolyte has visited Haiti
ive times in the past and met
her husband here.
xxx
Fred Kroll, Jr., student engin-
eer at Yale, is-back swatting-up on
local developments over Easter.
Claudinette Fouchard is leaving
to continue her studies abroad
ebient6t'.


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X X X


Haryiette Speer, Editor of the
sick Delta Digest, spent Monday
to Friday at the Riviera digging
for background. The tall, distin-
guished, lady is on a Caribbean
trip for the Airline publication to
thoroughly acquaint her with hqt-
eli and scenic points of interest
and historical, native handicraft,
and any other matters which will
enable her to write more vividy
and completely stories for public
lion;
xxx
Marie-Therese Dreyfuss- is
back at her desk in tihe Chance-
relles offices of SCISP, after
more than a month's leave; she
was feted by 40-day-old daughter,
Marie-Christinem, on, the occa-
sion of her birthday anniversary,
March 24th.
xx x
Gerald Woolley is contemplating
a trip to England to tick up his
wife, Josie and sopn Robin 'and
tour the continent. Woilley recent
ly was promoted to Assistant Mar
ketiog Officer'of the TEXACO.
x,'x x
Mr. William Burton- is here on
his- third trip. He is a guest of
Son'hy Griswold in Pacot. A con-
firmeid Scotch drinker, he has
fallen in love with the golden
nectar he discovered in our Haiti-
an rhum.
XXX
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley, son Eve-
retL, 14, and daughter Martine,
15, are down at Thorland from
Scarsdale, New. York.
XXX
New Yorker John Reick who
was visiting in Nassau came over
to visit with the Horace Ashtons,
and visit Sunday he participated
in the orchid hunt, as far afied as
Anse A .Veau. Mr. Reick is a friend
. of the Vladimir Ivanovic's, Mrs
Ashton's cousins in New York.
xxx

Nornia Jane Russell,, TWA ste,
wvardess of Kansas City, Mo., wa:
in town Monday night and dre\
appropriate attention. The tali
well-moulded brunette effected .
'coup de fotidre on the heart o
Dave Talamas who squired he
around. Fouad and Joe Talama
have been busy themselves shove
ing the town tp Carmen be Dro
the the hottest singer of lov
songs since Anacaona. Carmen-o'
gold is singing 'Smoky Joes, nigh'
ly and really has the Englis-
cuddle songs down pat. '
xxx
French Ambassador Bercegol d(
Lile is feeling much better thi
week after spending two weeks
sick in bed.


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HAITI SUN

The gang's all here Ti Joe, Eli-
zabeth, Gloria and Therese Nous-
tas are home from sct?ool in the
States to soak Up a little vitamin-
B before exams next monfh.
X x x
Carlos Leschhorn of Planta-
tion Dauphin arrived in town for
the week-end to continue cele
brations of his birthday anniver-
sary on March 27th.
xxr
,X X XV

Miss Jpcqueline Flls-Aime, ly-
cee Firmin prof., observed her
anniversary on March 28th.
X X X
e
r Kareep Bergers is over from,
School in Ciudad Trujillo for East-
er. Was out dancing with papa
Toni at Choucoune,' Saturday*


at LAIC AJUiel.j u at --.. .. .
turday, March 31, at 5:00 p.m.


-X X X


X Xx
The Fiscal Department has re-
ported they are expecting the re-
turn of Massillon Coicou, Juridical
Councellor of the Department,
who represented Haiti in Geneva
at the International Tariff Confer-
ence.
x x X
Mr. and Mrs. Abelard Soray
will leave April 20 for France
where' they will visit the profes-
sional schools in Paris. They ex-
pect to return by the end of Sept-
ember.
S x x
Dr. J. Curtis Hellriegel and fa-
mily alrived Friday the 23rd from
Buffalo, N. Y., bn a week's vaca-
tion. They were staying at the
Marabout Hotel.
xxx
Five charming stewardesses of
Transworld Airlines were captur-
ing hearts at the Riviera" Hotql
last Sunday during their two day
visit. The five flying beauties
were: Rosemary Parcel, Jerry
Wilber, Elizabeth A. Killary,. Bar'
bara Cavenach and N. Russell.
x x x

Director of the Kennard, Hotels,
Ernest Koves, and his wife Irene
arrived in Port .an Prince on Sat,
urday the 24th for a short vacat'-
ion.
xx x
Well known Haitian artist An-
dr6 Galfiano returned to 'Port au
Prince last week.- after a one year
sojourn in Italy for his health..
X'X X ..

AMrs. Beatrice H. Lewis and hoer
nine yeaf old son Dane arrived
here on Tuesday the 27th for'a
short visit. -


Had- You given p hope that :'e mupe- colossal
Hollywood Production you sawi;thnodtlTf."t0 -r g..ng .
To end k...'" '( *
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Nerves frayed and that dry feeijtgg, yin our mnouth -
There's only one thing to do.'"Hustle to -

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On the verge of tears are Helen O'Reilly and Katherine McGarge
as they board the Miami-bound Clipper Sunday. The young ladies
Interested in the influence of Catholicism on Voodoo, also 'tudie
the Meringue during their week long stay here as guests of the MSi
eel Gentils in Pacot. The girls, who attended Marymount with Marl
Josie Gentil, will visit with Mrs. McOargee in Fort Lauderdale,-Flt
rida, before returning to the cold north. -


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-Life. magazine reporter Mar- VILLA CREOLE ART DISPLAY .
jory Byers arrived here on Friday The Galerie des Arts Plasi-
the 24th, spent a week at Oloffson ques- will display the works of
Hotel and left for St. Thomas on the well known Haitian artists,
Wednesday. Charles Obas and Yves Fung-Cap,
t *i i ntVl illa CPrpnep on 'Sa


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PETIONVILLE WHIPS AIGLE
NOIR 3-1

P6tionvllle defeated Aigle.Wdki,
3-1 at Stade Magloire on Thursday:
night. Due to bad weather the foot.
ball game was attended by only.,
a few die-hard, fans..
**
x kx

OHARILES B. #IGGIN DEPARTS
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Wiggi..
and their 'children departed. last.
Tuesday after four years of work.,
with the USOM in Haiti. Mr. 'Wig'"
gin is well known for his cooper'
nation with SCIPA and the Agriculit
tural Department. Their new post'
is Lima. '
x X x x. x il

LIBERIAN AMBASSADOR :
BREWER DEPARTS ::

, Ambassador' -and Mrs. Geo. T,
Brewer- Jr., of the Liberian Em.
bassy, leave Haiti today tOr' hiN
new post 'as, Ambassador to Ma-.
drid. 'Charg6 d'Affaeres and MiS
William B. Fernande4 gave, a fare
well reception, at their residence.
on Wednesday evinihg for the' p
pulair' first' Liberiap Ambassadj
to Haiti and Mrs. Brewer. .- .-f

Sx x x -

Miss'Polly Goodwin, of .the 'C
4pgo Tribune,., left .bursday a
er a w4ek's vacation at tbe Ho$
OloifsoE. She is re4 nuipg to hAf
*j5b in Chieago. 7-'


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ctHE CARIBBEAN CRUSADE D
TO SPONSOR SACRED
CONCERT
When the S.S Evangeline docks
in Port-au-Prince, Sunday, April
8, it will bring some three hun-
dred Christian patrons from the
Boca Raton Bible Conference
Grounds, located in the heart of
the Florida Gold coast
Since these Christian business
men and their wives will be ac-
companied by some of America's
top musicians, they consented to
stage a eSacred Concertz here,
without charge, as a goodwill
jesturfe to the Haitian public.
This concert will feature some
of America's leading sacred ar-
tists.
Lee Childs, heard on N.B.C.
and featured on the eCarnation
Contented Hourn had her own
program called cSweet and Lo-
vely on C.B.S. This mezzo so-

RODEO
RETURNING
(Contnued from page 1)
well as 200 other Cowboys, Cow-
girls, trick riders, ropers, circus
acts and daredevil stunts. Buck
Ford, champion cowboy, iwll 'corn
pete for $5,000 in prize money in
the various rodeo contests of
bronco riding, bulldogging, calf
roping and wild Brahma bull
riding contests.
The rodeo management an-
nounced, that they will give a
prize of $1,000 to any spectator
who Van ride Big Syd the big
red bull, for ten seconds. Last
year this event drew considera-
ble attention in Haiti.
Amongst the many acts are:
eMoralez> who will slide for
life on his head 40 feet above the
ground; Moonshine, the dancing
donkey,, Circo, the performing
canine., Satan the world's larg-
est Brahma bull.


prano, has also appeared with
Sigmynd Romberg on Broadway
Musicals, and heard on the sHall
of Ivys program with Ronald Co-
leman.
Dorothy Strathearn, often call-
ed the Gospel Nightengale has
devoted the past ten years ac-
companying America's number
one Christian Industrialist, R.G
'LeTorneau. She now spends
most of "her time at Winona
'Lake, Indiana in the summer
and at Bbca Ratoi, Florida in
the winter.
Ronnie Avalone, dramatic te-
nor who was formerly with Me-
tropolitan Opera and who with
his wife were booked as cSweet-
hearts of Brnadways has enjoyed
a colorful singing career. His


sacred records are among the
best sellers today and once you
hear him, vou wijl never forget
his powerful and colorful pre-
sentations.

Viola Eshleman, radio and
T.V. soloist is the concert pro-
ducer and will be assisted by a
trio, Paul Hartford trumpet and
accordian player and others.
This concert is being present-
ed without charge at the Theatre
de Verdure Sunday afternoon at
3 p.m. and as seating capacity is
limited we suggest that you come
early to be sure to obtain en-
trance. .If this cruise is a suc-
cess it will probably become an
annual spring event, s says Mr.
Esh]eman, the Cruise director.


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'39861' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file147' 'sip-files00009thm.jpg'
7593442f049e1cd61b431531d5635ec1
976a0e1ea1d1ff613d1df2aedef5353e0f3b3aa2
'2014-05-02T22:25:24-04:00'
describe
virus check
'40539' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file148' 'sip-files00010thm.jpg'
a2f0c9c43cfcaae8f19841e812bfaf2e
1c4d7ef3040ff9155902aa36dec7dc916c67d109
describe
virus check
'41847' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file149' 'sip-files00005thm.jpg'
c0e2af3425bb50aca9e376bd4e67df68
2496d8a4a00474cdd6cdc4dc813faece0dd101ae
'2014-05-02T22:28:02-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:20:14-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file15'
618878f20a30642cc1ea0d56b336eb02
24c344c7cfbbede1ac2691036669bd8811bc5e82
'2014-05-02T22:31:37-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:23:04-04:00'
virus check
'41433' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file150' 'sip-files00006thm.jpg'
4bffec704c642129cc8f59d52cff147f
41ec576e0ef9295010663f24e399af383c17112c
describe
virus check
'32613' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file151' 'sip-files00015thm.jpg'
810a7674b1d354b673be7ecf9333b3a1
081914d3ac5a5e5824ed580744f5d37c8f66b61a
'2014-05-02T22:29:42-04:00'
describe
virus check
'37907' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file152' 'sip-files00016thm.jpg'
1ad7c1945a64c16a2e73f34bd7e64959
79f394049d3dfa2b233cab422fdf47d29a095a4e
'2014-05-02T22:30:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'37032' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file153' 'sip-files00011thm.jpg'
facf847dbf9731800ef3d5e1d48aeb77
18bce4e67e9aa633ae50e748598539ef8faee485
'2014-05-02T22:28:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'40783' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file154' 'sip-files00012thm.jpg'
8149d3c7e4a46ab20e6f391ec3803438
d1fc4f1f41f38feae39bc8941bb58ca701ded639
'2014-05-02T22:30:00-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:21:59-04:00'
virus check
'38670' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file155' 'sip-files00013thm.jpg'
c26900ee1ee258230a3f952bfd877656
15feef48c48a8e456b2857d033f848462ec2b3b9
'2014-05-02T22:24:22-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:17:05-04:00'
virus check
'36279' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file156' 'sip-files00014thm.jpg'
c390b50af7cdb296c5e2a84284b9e81d
3b93ce46438311baf04bb45e8771dd7fbf96d527
'2014-05-02T22:25:28-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:18:05-04:00'
virus check
'38473' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file157' 'sip-files00017thm.jpg'
0bb9eea203471402e5d6ec49a83616be
14816b6676c321793fb3a52ba322654c82ca53c0
'2014-05-02T22:27:13-04:00'
describe
virus check
'40971' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file158' 'sip-files00018thm.jpg'
1d350714d21852890c8f5240832c3041
924d8fce6756f32aa85c3377e4fcf2561a7a56de
'2014-05-02T22:28:06-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:20:18-04:00'
virus check
'37038' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file159' 'sip-files00019thm.jpg'
2dbd475cdf88ea7579293493ec8c92d4
8c88aa127ef9f1324b3d262580ef9a55525fd202
'2014-05-02T22:26:27-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:18:55-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file16'
618878f20a30642cc1ea0d56b336eb02
24c344c7cfbbede1ac2691036669bd8811bc5e82
'2014-05-02T22:26:42-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:19:09-04:00'
virus check
'38870' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file160' 'sip-files00020thm.jpg'
0b012ef66c067215ea595193739ac290
f994b9497bddfb7a12fb4172e3cbf30dc1c8d3b4
'2014-05-02T22:25:25-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:18:04-04:00'
virus check
'13966' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file161' 'sip-files00001.txt'
5a8bb700a5888025420a3d9939bc3cf3
2ea4dc6111be482de74a416114f1c9ff0c0f037d
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-02T22:18:57-04:00'
virus check
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
Invalid character
'11419' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file162' 'sip-files00002.txt'
9f11b286d2e2e67efa610e8ad24948f2
114c3a2553c5835f18f76858e3aa4392397cba9a
'2014-05-02T22:24:46-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-02T22:17:27-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'12739' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file163' 'sip-files00003.txt'
769cb7111243e7a5e70c6122c4700d8b
70a3aac3c41e487d46c9649b76bb34f62ae3a0fa
'2014-05-02T22:24:03-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-02T22:16:49-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10131' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file164' 'sip-files00004.txt'
7fddea59b6b66c0ec438fb359a4d8281
23d936c57d0810d0f553066f7f0cdfc768669b3f
'2014-05-02T22:25:26-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8175' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file165' 'sip-files00007.txt'
03dc4f6c8343706e5dfd4d57283e42a7
effeb8ea4c2f171c6820afd44c449dc19652dec2
'2014-05-02T22:23:56-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-02T22:16:45-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10749' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file166' 'sip-files00008.txt'
caca690de058452b9af2fffd583b4297
1d066cf5edb3cf5bd66c9308c73fcf5661e72525
'2014-05-02T22:23:33-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-02T22:16:28-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5488' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file167' 'sip-files00009.txt'
5f4695889be910acf4b7ab6abafc47c7
37dddee56a34a30160dcbbe3a71e05e2bc9a3d63
'2014-05-02T22:31:02-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5892' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file168' 'sip-files00010.txt'
f51713740c1bbf76adfedbf7eb354213
7e5d93e0e8c800fad4b376b212002d8842952a33
'2014-05-02T22:30:59-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'1567' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file169' 'sip-files00005.txt'
7f507ef7abffdb55634547383cf391eb
ab1b209cea09243fabce63381aea5105933e6604
'2014-05-02T22:25:39-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'52094804' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file17' 'sip-files00007.tif'
b8718a6ae9a8e22dc031cce9c98857a3
b0d1eba15318c1726cf2b35901b1434d2931421f
'2014-05-02T22:24:32-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:17:12-04:00'
virus check
'1472' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file170' 'sip-files00006.txt'
954f42410ad511b6f4d08dfc8ac773fc
6e8a0751bd5375f7cadc907c8ce4235145dd9dd8
'2014-05-02T22:24:38-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'1199' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file171' 'sip-files00015.txt'
b0ad6107c8df08d59f3ae40807041536
53221bf039f3bede335ede910e4549e4f2e95251
'2014-05-02T22:23:16-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'2821' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file172' 'sip-files00016.txt'
2d9a059cc72d7559caf5997b344f765e
a98f2360c6fb057dd92da582d87459a6ab7c0618
'2014-05-02T22:27:17-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5752' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file173' 'sip-files00011.txt'
02be35bcd63856bc610da946797b6dc5
14891e0dfe9d01a2e58a0295998b064737d958ce
'2014-05-02T22:31:05-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-02T22:22:43-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8200' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file174' 'sip-files00012.txt'
16a901ecdd51bc1fc67ad3b2f1fe83cc
4cd9f793e1478c632d56b2a0dd6ad860c499bb84
'2014-05-02T22:24:25-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6100' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file175' 'sip-files00013.txt'
b7faf27894b3cd00be3924013005c9dd
18df0de133444cf4f7694fe631d8b96fc1a150cc
'2014-05-02T22:30:08-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-02T22:22:04-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'11449' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file176' 'sip-files00014.txt'
60f009d3cc3723761d7173ea57eaa90b
9cd950d0694a3fcb3eb4bccb517a858aee49935a
'2014-05-02T22:25:32-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'9434' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file177' 'sip-files00017.txt'
cfa253792261cec07307f4af4068f3e8
10e6119f947fec4434828a82c3b75a2e44bb9631
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'4671' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file178' 'sip-files00018.txt'
82c8ca23641d87d1ab6f202634f1de35
2ffb3496ef3cd1a0d8405f651a5c555130ef632c
'2014-05-02T22:29:36-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-02T22:21:41-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'12814' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file179' 'sip-files00019.txt'
483a8e6a358352fa729ff67ca3d727b5
06b7b8b4ff4a1944d8d4e25fc93d96966b0822ab
'2014-05-02T22:28:40-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file18'
b8718a6ae9a8e22dc031cce9c98857a3
b0d1eba15318c1726cf2b35901b1434d2931421f
'2014-05-02T22:31:15-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:22:49-04:00'
virus check
'4155' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file180' 'sip-files00020.txt'
84bb745362c75f79fb39a7195497d14b
c123377c8cfae658724b3f3c772922fd59d3c8b7
'2014-05-02T22:24:06-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-02T22:16:50-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'321716' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file181' 'sip-files00001.pro'
77d718d4717cba7a6979414075a5a83c
3aebf71545707793368cfbf931b0d34b92777d20
describe
virus check
'269996' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file182' 'sip-files00002.pro'
f827c0f4d0861f6cbfb073c754f7cfd0
9b122fef921c338ce0f452e8cf10ed958f6b7f67
'2014-05-02T22:25:21-04:00'
describe
virus check
'310097' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file183' 'sip-files00003.pro'
639f6240e49181fe2a1ef8abcadcb81d
ca7f7b24f46add85c3d2f20300c7d9606404da5e
describe
virus check
'239964' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file184' 'sip-files00004.pro'
1f3158262790892f1a7c9e1d04376f05
636bda098a2fad7c386886e483c4d038e5865581
'2014-05-02T22:30:03-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:22:00-04:00'
virus check
'196631' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file185' 'sip-files00007.pro'
ded5bb9b0a0a1f9019cd7c380fd8b480
8e6c525148e71f48a5554ff39f593004262fe5cf
'2014-05-02T22:24:53-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:17:36-04:00'
virus check
'222348' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file186' 'sip-files00008.pro'
92307d3888cc2bc13a26a24f2e8b8755
5dd9fe26adf127cae31304b5fa976d566836d638
'2014-05-02T22:31:16-04:00'
describe
virus check
'121278' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file187' 'sip-files00009.pro'
9a8fba778eb3f03fe57d14932f200f19
b897ad28f384802043d77056e435044746ac9210
'2014-05-02T22:27:34-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:19:49-04:00'
virus check
'136423' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file188' 'sip-files00010.pro'
462d9f33b45fbd0990f6b01ce2494ef0
79a4833b50c04d9fb082c1626c8a0c9341d4bc35
describe
virus check
'41872' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file189' 'sip-files00005.pro'
64397a32e226f42b9e692b728373a124
20c705f90cb283680bd6f3b8b87931427dc70e8f
'2014-05-02T22:23:34-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file19'
b8718a6ae9a8e22dc031cce9c98857a3
b0d1eba15318c1726cf2b35901b1434d2931421f
'2014-05-02T22:23:37-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:16:35-04:00'
virus check
'36968' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file190' 'sip-files00006.pro'
635082871fb19616bdc70f93114d2622
fafe677ca1db8f08c8c5df82ef824845e7ab1ec3
'2014-05-02T22:29:59-04:00'
describe
virus check
'31646' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file191' 'sip-files00015.pro'
fbdd6dd0fed9750d923bd315f68371bf
ca66062bb21fb9cff2c9b4c963c386fe6e26e0d2
describe
virus check
'63306' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file192' 'sip-files00016.pro'
0d5854d05bf2cf49601577c238c800a0
f4453ea0b827b1d95ec1736f0302cf4c60862c2d
'2014-05-02T22:24:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'134109' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file193' 'sip-files00011.pro'
c3b5c0f25804282de2a8b23856530eba
9ab6f249dd58f1b1b9bb502289d4f6219e2ea3c2
'2014-05-02T22:29:14-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:21:23-04:00'
virus check
'184534' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file194' 'sip-files00012.pro'
0eb20f4a03755d4a1dae903158019b8c
547a05d2a315441ff76c4718faf7c0260230a1e0
describe
virus check
'145242' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file195' 'sip-files00013.pro'
ac289511964d32a94b5ae752c26c49ad
52011190227e04116c955320455c7ea14f94e583
'2014-05-02T22:25:43-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:18:11-04:00'
virus check
'278204' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file196' 'sip-files00014.pro'
8c35f5cf69aa61de8756b3ff66528d63
cb657c5da2cb1d85e18fad5af0a6e5212b9698aa
describe
virus check
'218082' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file197' 'sip-files00017.pro'
c01422412eb1ad47372934a0efb543d5
01d827d4899a868f95f418d895d05dfa52dd3704
describe
'2014-05-02T22:16:07-04:00'
virus check
'108277' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file198' 'sip-files00018.pro'
f8197cd9ee6adab5853aaf8eb72223bb
bfe4768acca08ee84b51c1c85a1976857e55ef52
describe
virus check
'292687' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file199' 'sip-files00019.pro'
4989fa48a4fa7964d82b62a564656c32
73d0a3ab6a1784def9921a07dd77734d7eb0f594
'2014-05-02T22:29:09-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:21:18-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file2'
f21b4f6be7fb51def2a326f24f78d77e
61f78c224ad6381ba146127be99e4a8d5019bd45
'2014-05-02T22:25:55-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:18:18-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file20'
b8718a6ae9a8e22dc031cce9c98857a3
b0d1eba15318c1726cf2b35901b1434d2931421f
'2014-05-02T22:23:59-04:00'
describe
virus check
'94672' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file200' 'sip-files00020.pro'
10a1539ff26fa0a2ad98f5626ad78e7c
d4405628cab7dbaa616bd257160743a26cdeea38
'2014-05-02T22:29:03-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:21:14-04:00'
virus check
'36349' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file201' 'sip-filesAA00015023_00360.mets'
1768e472ac5d0e3161a02c993ddeb81b
2e032cc4d48534cc8d065c39ba614758cd167b7a
describe
virus check
'2014-06-18T12:37:58-04:00'
xml resolution
'52728376' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file21' 'sip-files00008.tif'
37260a1a042e66f2c6614d33baa0b850
b1873133e03b79e999ad94bdeadec887d9797d80
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file22'
37260a1a042e66f2c6614d33baa0b850
b1873133e03b79e999ad94bdeadec887d9797d80
describe
'2014-05-02T22:21:58-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file23'
37260a1a042e66f2c6614d33baa0b850
b1873133e03b79e999ad94bdeadec887d9797d80
'2014-05-02T22:27:51-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:20:07-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file24'
37260a1a042e66f2c6614d33baa0b850
b1873133e03b79e999ad94bdeadec887d9797d80
describe
'2014-05-02T22:20:13-04:00'
virus check
'52589720' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file25' 'sip-files00009.tif'
83cb0cc5eafebc0f6bf54e7e43f0d274
38a7fae7ea009d08d05cdf66cd718841e2f3966f
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file26'
83cb0cc5eafebc0f6bf54e7e43f0d274
38a7fae7ea009d08d05cdf66cd718841e2f3966f
'2014-05-02T22:28:09-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:20:21-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file27'
83cb0cc5eafebc0f6bf54e7e43f0d274
38a7fae7ea009d08d05cdf66cd718841e2f3966f
'2014-05-02T22:28:13-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:20:24-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file28'
83cb0cc5eafebc0f6bf54e7e43f0d274
38a7fae7ea009d08d05cdf66cd718841e2f3966f
describe
virus check
'53084508' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file29' 'sip-files00010.tif'
d64ebba2b066279b972d28f2246d440c
aaa0fb8214cde1c166e1ebdd0034aa233575e880
'2014-05-02T22:26:15-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file3'
f21b4f6be7fb51def2a326f24f78d77e
61f78c224ad6381ba146127be99e4a8d5019bd45
'2014-05-02T22:25:09-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:17:49-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file30'
d64ebba2b066279b972d28f2246d440c
aaa0fb8214cde1c166e1ebdd0034aa233575e880
'2014-05-02T22:26:02-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:18:30-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file31'
d64ebba2b066279b972d28f2246d440c
aaa0fb8214cde1c166e1ebdd0034aa233575e880
'2014-05-02T22:28:33-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:20:44-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file32'
d64ebba2b066279b972d28f2246d440c
aaa0fb8214cde1c166e1ebdd0034aa233575e880
'2014-05-02T22:27:44-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:19:57-04:00'
virus check
'51354652' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file33' 'sip-files00005.tif'
81b0502240845461b5633d90e57032b4
5473e0d32f8b1e34099787b712af3fcd894b6318
'2014-05-02T22:26:20-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:18:50-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file34'
81b0502240845461b5633d90e57032b4
5473e0d32f8b1e34099787b712af3fcd894b6318
'2014-05-02T22:30:38-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:22:29-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file35'
81b0502240845461b5633d90e57032b4
5473e0d32f8b1e34099787b712af3fcd894b6318
describe
'2014-05-02T22:19:53-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file36'
81b0502240845461b5633d90e57032b4
5473e0d32f8b1e34099787b712af3fcd894b6318
'2014-05-02T22:25:58-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:18:25-04:00'
virus check
'51863356' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file37' 'sip-files00006.tif'
7cf05a8111e079292b33576145c2a643
0d207f3ba5d31a7790eea669414e1b7324c03cd1
'2014-05-02T22:27:22-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:19:42-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file38'
7cf05a8111e079292b33576145c2a643
0d207f3ba5d31a7790eea669414e1b7324c03cd1
'2014-05-02T22:26:38-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:19:05-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file39'
7cf05a8111e079292b33576145c2a643
0d207f3ba5d31a7790eea669414e1b7324c03cd1
'2014-05-02T22:24:41-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:17:20-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file4'
f21b4f6be7fb51def2a326f24f78d77e
61f78c224ad6381ba146127be99e4a8d5019bd45
'2014-05-02T22:28:24-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:20:36-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file40'
7cf05a8111e079292b33576145c2a643
0d207f3ba5d31a7790eea669414e1b7324c03cd1
describe
'2014-05-02T22:21:45-04:00'
virus check
'52340532' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file41' 'sip-files00015.tif'
6d483d0b0bb286b416aec5fd94508040
a3b3fd5f17b9dade8c79bab65ae96a9737004862
'2014-05-02T22:26:51-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:19:19-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file42'
6d483d0b0bb286b416aec5fd94508040
a3b3fd5f17b9dade8c79bab65ae96a9737004862
'2014-05-02T22:26:46-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:19:14-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file43'
6d483d0b0bb286b416aec5fd94508040
a3b3fd5f17b9dade8c79bab65ae96a9737004862
'2014-05-02T22:30:29-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:22:22-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file44'
6d483d0b0bb286b416aec5fd94508040
a3b3fd5f17b9dade8c79bab65ae96a9737004862
'2014-05-02T22:27:33-04:00'
describe
virus check
'52249472' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file45' 'sip-files00016.tif'
ee503b952d7bca271538e88755fe7c48
4a3c20abf822cd67178d8f6dcdbaa6991d4cc416
'2014-05-02T22:29:46-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:21:50-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file46'
ee503b952d7bca271538e88755fe7c48
4a3c20abf822cd67178d8f6dcdbaa6991d4cc416
'2014-05-02T22:27:07-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:19:32-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file47'
ee503b952d7bca271538e88755fe7c48
4a3c20abf822cd67178d8f6dcdbaa6991d4cc416
'2014-05-02T22:30:06-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file48'
ee503b952d7bca271538e88755fe7c48
4a3c20abf822cd67178d8f6dcdbaa6991d4cc416
'2014-05-02T22:29:49-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:21:52-04:00'
virus check
'51847396' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file49' 'sip-files00011.tif'
9822982651704765b0ff91461a0f9082
377ad7c009e1bb3e2bae1574a6457f67f070da1b
'2014-05-02T22:29:13-04:00'
describe
virus check
'51692552' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file5' 'sip-files00002.tif'
aa6f6502e49038306978dfe5940677f8
25a4347ed3c060faace5fb675c2299fe9ef818f7
'2014-05-02T22:28:48-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:20:58-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file50'
9822982651704765b0ff91461a0f9082
377ad7c009e1bb3e2bae1574a6457f67f070da1b
'2014-05-02T22:25:12-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:17:55-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file51'
9822982651704765b0ff91461a0f9082
377ad7c009e1bb3e2bae1574a6457f67f070da1b
'2014-05-02T22:24:49-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:17:33-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file52'
9822982651704765b0ff91461a0f9082
377ad7c009e1bb3e2bae1574a6457f67f070da1b
'2014-05-02T22:28:05-04:00'
describe
virus check
'52435508' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file53' 'sip-files00012.tif'
f926660f59d2c45d9054a70cc124163c
e0fdf29ea39a937aa1787e3c50015bc66aff5ea3
'2014-05-02T22:28:21-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:20:32-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file54'
f926660f59d2c45d9054a70cc124163c
e0fdf29ea39a937aa1787e3c50015bc66aff5ea3
'2014-05-02T22:24:15-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:16:58-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file55'
f926660f59d2c45d9054a70cc124163c
e0fdf29ea39a937aa1787e3c50015bc66aff5ea3
'2014-05-02T22:24:28-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:17:09-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file56'
f926660f59d2c45d9054a70cc124163c
e0fdf29ea39a937aa1787e3c50015bc66aff5ea3
'2014-05-02T22:28:27-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:20:40-04:00'
virus check
'52836556' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file57' 'sip-files00013.tif'
4d505d8d1bb8c9ef9f88633a0759df23
daabc2883e153fcb9a7bdc39a2efd8228647e5aa
'2014-05-02T22:24:44-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file58'
4d505d8d1bb8c9ef9f88633a0759df23
daabc2883e153fcb9a7bdc39a2efd8228647e5aa
'2014-05-02T22:24:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file59'
4d505d8d1bb8c9ef9f88633a0759df23
daabc2883e153fcb9a7bdc39a2efd8228647e5aa
'2014-05-02T22:28:56-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:21:07-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file6'
aa6f6502e49038306978dfe5940677f8
25a4347ed3c060faace5fb675c2299fe9ef818f7
'2014-05-02T22:29:24-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file60'
4d505d8d1bb8c9ef9f88633a0759df23
daabc2883e153fcb9a7bdc39a2efd8228647e5aa
describe
'2014-05-02T22:22:35-04:00'
virus check
'53577096' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file61' 'sip-files00014.tif'
8b30110a40fd8742d1fcd18c3a90ef14
aeaedec4b6b9abf7a35bf03565e89328f063570f
'2014-05-02T22:28:53-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:21:01-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file62'
8b30110a40fd8742d1fcd18c3a90ef14
aeaedec4b6b9abf7a35bf03565e89328f063570f
'2014-05-02T22:23:41-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file63'
8b30110a40fd8742d1fcd18c3a90ef14
aeaedec4b6b9abf7a35bf03565e89328f063570f
'2014-05-02T22:30:24-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:22:17-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file64'
8b30110a40fd8742d1fcd18c3a90ef14
aeaedec4b6b9abf7a35bf03565e89328f063570f
'2014-05-02T22:30:42-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:22:32-04:00'
virus check
'52820932' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file65' 'sip-files00017.tif'
68d8e6c37272df35b94bfa654e344ac9
0b66a5f29e6bf405b64b9108eb540175122f084b
'2014-05-02T22:27:57-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:20:11-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file66'
68d8e6c37272df35b94bfa654e344ac9
0b66a5f29e6bf405b64b9108eb540175122f084b
'2014-05-02T22:25:06-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:17:44-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file67'
68d8e6c37272df35b94bfa654e344ac9
0b66a5f29e6bf405b64b9108eb540175122f084b
'2014-05-02T22:29:33-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:21:40-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file68'
68d8e6c37272df35b94bfa654e344ac9
0b66a5f29e6bf405b64b9108eb540175122f084b
'2014-05-02T22:29:29-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:21:36-04:00'
virus check
'53192840' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file69' 'sip-files00018.tif'
ebde665dba72d67cc25ba63892ca36b1
6df94a0a70f0c479f6010d0799e05594c7e9aa63
'2014-05-02T22:26:59-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:19:24-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file7'
aa6f6502e49038306978dfe5940677f8
25a4347ed3c060faace5fb675c2299fe9ef818f7
describe
'2014-05-02T22:22:39-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file70'
ebde665dba72d67cc25ba63892ca36b1
6df94a0a70f0c479f6010d0799e05594c7e9aa63
'2014-05-02T22:23:25-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:16:23-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file71'
ebde665dba72d67cc25ba63892ca36b1
6df94a0a70f0c479f6010d0799e05594c7e9aa63
'2014-05-02T22:25:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file72'
ebde665dba72d67cc25ba63892ca36b1
6df94a0a70f0c479f6010d0799e05594c7e9aa63
'2014-05-02T22:28:17-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:20:28-04:00'
virus check
'52634936' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file73' 'sip-files00019.tif'
fa26b3dd812aeba6b76fcf599e3dea9b
c392d73754650da3f32b236500861d1f73af004e
'2014-05-02T22:23:30-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file74'
fa26b3dd812aeba6b76fcf599e3dea9b
c392d73754650da3f32b236500861d1f73af004e
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file75'
fa26b3dd812aeba6b76fcf599e3dea9b
c392d73754650da3f32b236500861d1f73af004e
'2014-05-02T22:29:02-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file76'
fa26b3dd812aeba6b76fcf599e3dea9b
c392d73754650da3f32b236500861d1f73af004e
'2014-05-02T22:23:53-04:00'
describe
virus check
'53192188' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file77' 'sip-files00020.tif'
9ce7d7952b3896fa5151c5591f5b60ec
1303ac3116d68b3aa4a940e8b913cf9adc71f1cc
'2014-05-02T22:30:19-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:22:13-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file78'
9ce7d7952b3896fa5151c5591f5b60ec
1303ac3116d68b3aa4a940e8b913cf9adc71f1cc
'2014-05-02T22:30:14-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:22:08-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file79'
9ce7d7952b3896fa5151c5591f5b60ec
1303ac3116d68b3aa4a940e8b913cf9adc71f1cc
'2014-05-02T22:26:34-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:19:02-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file8'
aa6f6502e49038306978dfe5940677f8
25a4347ed3c060faace5fb675c2299fe9ef818f7
'2014-05-02T22:31:11-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:22:47-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file80'
9ce7d7952b3896fa5151c5591f5b60ec
1303ac3116d68b3aa4a940e8b913cf9adc71f1cc
'2014-05-02T22:26:11-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:18:40-04:00'
virus check
'2152392' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file81' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
135975cbd27c64ecd3ff1e6d40d0de48
6067d6379c6fdd0e28253a6ab36faabbb9f722d6
'2014-05-02T22:29:05-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:21:16-04:00'
virus check
'2153035' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file82' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
93a89171cd9c69b1eb069d2376c480c3
721ea2ea1cf80a2688e2a69feb3665b46f248e67
'2014-05-02T22:26:12-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:18:41-04:00'
virus check
'2180053' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file83' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
4f121fc9378b9f6fd848967f56aecb90
a89210ccb55f5dff58b6fa1c560bae88c863254c
'2014-05-02T22:27:23-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:19:43-04:00'
virus check
'2184574' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file84' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
e1d4480804afad9e2cfb179a0c37271c
bad6a7ad4356b5b1e9b0fff1718e33b3434655c4
describe
'2014-05-02T22:21:32-04:00'
virus check
'2169765' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file85' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
e4d1f550d5287a9eec238685278c55e4
2e02975cf6a4407570a6da94cc415d580d2eeab9
'2014-05-02T22:29:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2196156' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file86' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
57c973111af558b82906d1b56ddf0cc3
442614e465d7cc78714e5ca75f147342631163cd
describe
virus check
'2190364' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file87' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
34e2d60791547abfbd18f0ebc3fc5cf9
d5ef95941ce584581cd2a9e646c06615f904ac55
'2014-05-02T22:29:06-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:21:17-04:00'
virus check
'2210958' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file88' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
e6339ecc6890be1bb7f72f2f9f4d8c7c
6ba7a4295a09a30f88bf6289bb3cee48a5f34fac
'2014-05-02T22:23:21-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2138837' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file89' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
af283d4f60c7122524aed77f75eb4b3d
b7f410ca42eecdbb80298aa20cb2fcb55d128c33
'2014-05-02T22:28:57-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:21:08-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file9'
e58aa7a9620791599ee23f7b6f40234a
bad5c1c546ceb276c380fb433696210d8ed47846
'2014-05-02T22:28:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2160066' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file90' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
b34f6dcdaed318647fe7ac010e5de797
6ae74642ad20c81165597f2b9ca027a5f31faa7b
'2014-05-02T22:25:46-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:18:12-04:00'
virus check
'2179961' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file91' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
d27dee9e8d891aa5c32f19d74c5e7c79
9be3dd1b775144957b38ed484d8ef95d46144b44
'2014-05-02T22:27:03-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2176202' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file92' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
56796c6d193059b60f29a5179c8f8989
c22a6556f62356fcb86b16a02c168fdf801628a4
'2014-05-02T22:24:07-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:16:51-04:00'
virus check
'2159464' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file93' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
9f7bda5d97494ece350f4d8ca03203a5
af5e2be474722db5d1fcd6fd8fff13551e9d9198
'2014-05-02T22:31:35-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:23:01-04:00'
virus check
'2183896' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file94' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
cd51f533f1696bea9738ddbb1627f152
e49fcc3172ec049b105a70b6d82d6287aa1e1ad9
'2014-05-02T22:30:25-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:22:18-04:00'
virus check
'2200652' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file95' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
c48ec5f69ac1af39eed56befc8c11597
17c42fbc8c5fafaf75be18223e7f83cbc0acda78
describe
virus check
'2231554' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file96' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
0e45231db96d1094b7703cda6508ec9e
589011054a5c77cc4163a382a24e6ef80e8f0aa2
describe
virus check
'2199998' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file97' 'sip-files00017.jp2'
ab79ef331414401fcdb29558fac0477b
48961b8bcb318ba63bcb0d3847145bb197bf9f61
'2014-05-02T22:30:54-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:22:41-04:00'
virus check
'2215441' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file98' 'sip-files00018.jp2'
564ce4dda479826f1ba86c7a1d148260
618672ff9a6eee8ee32b43a2839a5271ba2a9129
describe
virus check
'2192282' 'info:fdaE7HHMDJBX_VIRBC9file99' 'sip-files00019.jp2'
fa0d4cc1e64b246b542873a7b26ea891
c499c5e34984c72a92c4a69a175eb753406ce7a8
'2014-05-02T22:26:17-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T22:18:46-04:00'
virus check


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