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'Powell Jr., on his annual rest gomery, Alabbina,
trip to Haiti, in an interview sans of indignant
CONGRESSMAN ADAM POWELL SEES

AIA-MeING SITUATION 1]

I;, OVER RACIAl, SEGREGA


'%.. Congressman Adam Clayton-world are earneded 1
,: Powell Jr., on his annual rest gomery, Alabama,
S?" trip to Haiti, in an interview sands of indignant
with the :aSun-, spoke of the in their second mn
Salarming sfnation of his count- ing to and from .h
:ry struggling in the throes of se- (Cqv no ..p 9
t gregation, andt 'the painful si- ,. "
A tuation in certain parts of the
?, United Statis that are faced S Jj l
' .with the problem createdd by the W
Supreme Court's ruling, and the OUT AFT.
d.ifficulties of anti-sgregation RUSSIA '1
', adjustinetl. RUSSIA 1
e oi: Horace Sutton "v
A;'- cStevensoin bas made the 'trn for travel what He
anoderation' Into a dirty word, done for bunting,
Declared Mr. PoweTl, there is no last weekend fres
|strong, clear-ringing voice to wintery steppes o
say: .THIS TS THE LAW ODF St Johns, Virgin I
STH. :.LAND 'ANI) WE MU3ST up lodgings at thi
.- OBEY IT. ie added "tha/ tre Orloffsoa. Horace
Sis no one willing to assume lead- writing -and inform
Sership in the .crucial issue- from the world cer
Shim the most wid
In' referring to ithe Manifesto rican travel writer
of the Dbe States :wlich .are first in 1947 anti-nE
| grouping together to fight the was one of El H
H- Federal Courts' orders for im- first clients as th
i mediate integration in 'public rist boom was 'be
schools, parks, etc., the Congress- As a personal fi
man declared that if the 'vote and Lamra Coster
Swas off:-th-record, a thind of the town, brought
those .who signed it would not the night life and
: rave done so.,They were ander the tourist trade.
pressure when they signed. Near- prefers his "Bah
Sly. all of Tenas refused, only fie five star and will
of them signed. In Florida, two Russia's VodKica be,
Congressmen refused to .ign. ed Haiti by sopil
LT Half of North Carolina refused. guest who was amn
' place again .an r
Point pg out that 4the Negro in note-taking trave
the .south is politically more ma- was rewarded
,' tmare than his white .brother, Can. Weekend almost a
gressman Powell stated that the exciting as Mar1i
; oppressed citizens in Dixie are Ra' bands payix
Sadopting the principles of,.pas- heed on the Kema
Ssive resistance. The eyes of the day.
( Continued m


AT THE OLOFFSON: lone Sylvester, Proprietor Roger Coster, Horace-
Sutton,. Laura Coster, Singer Adenne Dejoe and Horace's mother.'

ADDRESS MkDE IN AU( CAYES FRIDAY

PRESIDENT 'T4LKS IT OVER"


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towards,Moitt-
where thou-
t ftizens are
month Pf walk-
eir jobs;-eerv-
age 2\..


'mAWST
ER
tRIP
who 'has done
emingway ,has,
arrived here
bh from the
T Russia, via.
[lands, to take
e 'Grand Hotel
, whose vivid
med reporting
itiern has made
ejy read Am&-
w, visited Haiti
ext in 1950 and
ancho Hotel's.
e present tou-
ring kindled.
friend of Roger
he was shown
up to date on
expansion of
Horace, who
bancourt Rhum
tell yol it has
at, compliment-
ping off. as a
'ious to see the
not as a. busy,
el writer.' He
with -a Easter
s colorful and
rGras with Ra
g him special
coTf.Road Sun-
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Carib Braces For
Summer Rush
Three things generally have
been Sfauna effective in curing
Spring Fever sulphur and
molasses, a love affair or a trip
to the Caribbean.
The sulpher and sorghum sa-
les are beginning to boom about
as usual, an increasing number
of dazed expressions indicates
Cupid is cutting up again but
the real bull market is hitting
the sugar and spice islands to the
south.
c
Robins were grounded prac-
tically all over the northern part
of the United States on the
first day of Spring this year.
They were socked4 in by as much
as six feet of very cold, very wet
snow. These late-blooming bli-
zards may have provided the
snowflake that broke the bread,
winncecamel's back.
(continued on page 14)


) THE NATION


i _
his powerful discours to :Ad
ministratidn, the President stat-
ed: ',In coming to be among youf
today, my dear fellow-ciizens of
the Department of the South, I
am in no way preoccupied by
matters of a political order.
Those who expected to hear me
speak* of the -electoral campaign
are going Lo be ddceived.cb
MXy first thought was of the
practice of all the past Chiefs
of State to come among his
friends arid to nave what Presi-
dent Vincent used to call udon-
.ner-une 'audience* (talk it over)
Nothing can beat this for clear-
ing. p all misandersandings. 3
The President then explained
the reasons for the slowing up
in the execution of the recens-
truction work that had been un-
(qcontinued on page 2)

WORLD HEALTH
DAY OBSERVED

World Health Day was observ-
ed here yesterday with a full pro-
gram of impressive ceremonies'
and manifestations which began
with a formal session held in the
Salles des Bustes of the Nation-.
a] Palace at 9:00 A.M., with Pre-
sident Paul Magloire delivering
the opening speech. Others who
addressed the meeting were Mr.
Albert Le Bel, Resident Repre-
sentative of thd U.N. Bureau of .
Technical Assistance, and Dr.
Paul Moise, President of the I
Haitian Association of Public
(continued on page 20)


I


IN SPEECH T(
In his speech to the Nation on
'Friday morning from the Lyce
Philippe Guerrier in Aux Cayes
President. Paul E. Magloire
stated that he chose this section
bf the Republic for his address,
because the population of the
South had been the principal vic-
tims of the Hazel Cyclone, and
that he desired to be among them
when he gave an official expla-
nation of the efforts made in
their behalf by the Government.
Confining the greater part of.


Repeal-Good Deal
Increased tourist travel and gre
ater internationally good will is se
en as a result of U.S. Senate ac-
tion to repeal the 10 per cent tax
on travel to tne Caribbean and
Middle America
Now passed by both houses of
congress, the repeal measure will
go to President Eisenhower for
his signature after minor differ
ences in the Senate and House
bills are adjusted.
t
Senator George Smathers of
Florida said he believed it would
go into effect in the latter part
of AISril.
Wilbur L. Morrison. executive
vice president in charge of Pan
American World Airways'. Latin
continuedd on page 20)


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APRIL 8, 1956.


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Eighiy-seven musical good-t
ambassadors from the,U.S. ,riv
today on the first. La.tin e
can tour of a major Nofth Ae..
rican symphony orchestra .'n
tonight, at the Rex Theatre,4 wil
give. the first symphony POA
mance eVer,1eld,1 td A
mission /.t tU;. le
.ing at 9:00,' p.D i. ecial
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The Symphony's tour is underc:
the sponsorship of the Americani
National Theatre and Acadeiiy
in cooperation with tjie TrSi.
State Depaitrient and the ecun-'1
tries visited., Haiatii offieilsMnI
charge of *tidets for .he Port-nw
4erin'ce perforianee'are'e:. lrSa
,get, of the Ministry-of NatiohalI
Education, Mr'. Rogew. Sav.ainof).:
the Department of Foreign. R6a1:
tions,- and LMr. Denys Be'ae:.
of the Palace Press rnfonr.6ot
Service. '" :: .

Port-au-Prince is the.- 'ixth-
tOwn to hear the 'New OrleaSis:;
Philharmonic Symphony Orches-:i
tra .- which will play to audi1in-..
ces in three -other Caribbean' e3:
ties and 12 countries. o Lalbz" a
America. They appear", in Ha
vana, Cuba, on April 3' AnJ
5 in Camaguey, the 6th in' Sa
tiago de Cuba and the 7th .-an,
Kinjston, Jamaica, before com-,'
ing to Haiti.
(continued on page 6)

Canadian Nivy Sails

Into Port Thursday.
A flotilla of seven ships of. the,
'Royal Canadian Navy will saI'
into port at 8:00 axz April 12:on.
a four day courtesy visit. The"
ships, on their annual. Spring
cruise, sailed from Halifa, 1f...
bruary 22 and are presently om
.a 16 day- exercise off the Virgin
Zaand, Their next port of call
Wll be Havanq, Cuba, on WondaW.
the 16th of April.
The flotila wilt be led b thle
18,000 ton aircraft carrier x.
fl icent, flagship of the Can.
dian avy, w% h Commodore Er-
nest Patrick Tisdall DS.C.CD;-
Senior Canadan Officer Afloat
in the Atlantic aboard. The flo-
tilla will include three Tribai'
Class destroyers (named
after indian tribes HMCs
Eaida, the HMCS Micmac, luios
EHuron, one of the first Arctic -
Patrol vessels qo ever venture
.his for south, the HMCS Labra-
dtar; the submarine H/MS Astute;
he aircraft tender Port Dauphi.
reo.
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PRESIDENT ,TALKS IT OVER)
S( Continued ftrm page 1)
dertakbn in the South since Ha- required the signing of obliga-
i Zel, pointing out the difficulties tions to be paid in short terms.
: ekcounmerea by the Government Thus it was not possible to un
S"Idue to mistakes in estimates of dertake simultaneously the deve
costs for the Peligre-Dam that lopment of the road system ir
Share imputed to Brown & Root, the South, but that at no time
.'.;-and Knappen Tippett, Abbett & did the Government consider re
*IMcCarthy as executors and con- nouncing its program of' road
./trollers of" supervision. When. building.
'-.there were no further funds aval- In speaking of the contracts
Slable, a new credit extension was and conditions to which Hait
,. necessary and had to be solicited a small country is submitted
!'P so that the work could be'carried each time that there is a que's
:, out. He'stated that.the respon- tion' of concluding agreements
a.^ sibflity of this complication could with foreign capitalists, the Pre
0a ot be imputed to the Haitian sident-sald Ielf we consider the
Government, and the new credit onerous and oppressive contract!
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passed with foreign capital from provided for the
the time of Boyer to the present cite ouvr:rev in
we will get an idea of the extra- like those of Port
Ordinary efforts which Haitian Gonaives-
Snegociatori must make to obtain The Internationa
"condjtlons decent and compati- construction and
Sble with the national dignity, whose representat
The trouble, for' the south has the Oppenheimer and
Ssane origlnes. z days in Haiti last
The President lashed out. at gned an agreement
i .adversaries who have taken ad- ,mit the financing
vantage ofr the situation to ac- to be undertaken
" vuse the Government of favorit- the President Inf(
d ism in the North and in the The President s
I South to the detriment of the Foreign Office is
- population of the South. thtng posislble to
s ..The Chit of State stated that derway for the c
the affection of.a President for the LycEe generoi
Sany section of the Republic the city of Cayes b
s should not be meuiLred only by lan Government.
Achievements which apart from ed to the recent
Their utility, have *a spectacular which made the U
character slchi as paving of roads ment owner of 21
'of. a town, or building a bridge the 22,500 of the
across a river, but above all Centrale Dessalit
Should be considered the mea- Declaring that
sure btof the factors of evolution, everything to avoi
of civilization itself, in any part ing of the future
whatsoever of the country. President Magloir
The sollicitude of the Govern- speech with the f(
ment for the labor classes can se: to work unrele
be measured by, the erection of prosperity and tk
dispensaries, schools, workers' the country, sayix
cities and the basic work done vent hope :s tha
.in the domain of agriculture to tion will not have
combat empiricism, or that done if his successor
in public hygiene to fight disea- construction of th
se, and this. should be carefully munes so that all
examined before bringing judg- one and the same
neiit against the regeneration ef- morrow have the
forts undertaken by his Govern- a Haiti that has I
meant. Funds have already been'ed through work.


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)rmed. .
tated that the
doing every-
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usly offered to
)y.the Venezue-
He also referr-
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CANADIAN NAVY

(Continued from page 1)

Commodore Tisdall was born
in Newchang, North China, and
educated in England and Cana-
da. He attended the Royal Naval
College of Canada. He wks pro-
moted to his present rank on be-
ing appointed Commodore RCN,
Barracks, Halifax, in March of
1953. Shortly afterwards he was
appointed as Honorary ADC to
the Governor-GeneraL

On August 15, 1955, he became'
Senior Canadla 'Officer Afloat'
(Atlantic) on board the Magnifi-
cent.


0,600 shares of Captain Antony Hubert Glea-
Sugar Factory dow Storrs, D.S.C. and Bar, C.D..
nes.% RCN. was horn in Overtoni, En-
he was doing gland, and received his early na-
id the mortgag- val training as a junior officer
of his country, of the Royal Naval Reserve. He
re. closed his assumed command of the Taa-
ollowing promi- gnificent in January of 1955.
entingly for the Captain Starits' outstanding
ie greatness of service, as senior officer in early
ng that his fer- 1944 of the 31st i fNesweeping
t his contribu- Flotilla at the Normnandy Beach-
e been in vain head, was recognized by award
continues the of the D.S.C., the Bar to the
e mission corn D.S.C the United States Legion
the children of ')f Merit, the Frdneh Croix de la
e family will to-' egion d'Honneur and the Croix
same pride in le OGuerre avec pahms.
been regenerat-


Commander Reginald Amand'
Tebber, D.S.C.,.R.C.N; command
ng officer of the Huron, was
'orn at Smyra, Asia Minor. He
vas living in Ottawa when he
entered the R.C.N. as a cadet in
January of 1930. He took his ear-
'y training in shore establish-
ments and ships of the Royal
Navy, then spent five years in
Canadian destroyers.

Commander Webber was
awarded the Distinguished Ser-
vice Cross, in January of 1945,
for gallantry and outstanding
service in. the face of the enemy
during World War 11. He took
command of the Huron last Au-
gust.
Commander Victor Browne.'
C.D., R.C.N., commanding officer
of the Halda, was born in Seattle,'
Washington, and was living in
Ottawa when he entered the Ro-
yal Canadian Naval Volunteer
Reserve in 1937 as midshipman.
FollUowing a Royal "'Navy staff
course in 1952, Cdr. Browne be-
came the R.C.N. Director of the
Joint R.C.N.-R.C.A.F. "-Welfare
School in Halifax. He took com-
mand of the H-aida in December
of 1954.
Commander Edward Thomas
George Madgwick, D.S.C., C.D;
R.C.N; commanding officer of
the Micmac, a veteran of over
twenty-one years in the Royal
Canadian Navy,, commenced
training in 1934 with the Royal
Navy.

The American government
awarded him the Order of Merit
in recognition'of the feat of sea-
manship displayed by the ships
company during'-, the, rescue of
a U.S. Air Force B-29 forced
down In the Atlantic In 1949. He
was commander of the Haida at
the time. .
As Captain of the destroyer
Huron froin. 1950 to 1951, follow-
ing a tour in the Korean theate,
Commander Madgwick was awar-
ded the Distinguished Service
Cross .and the Order of Merit.
Rank of Commander.
As Commander of the Micmaci
Commander Madgwick has the
distinction to have commanded
all three destroyers, Haida, Hu-
ron and Micmac.
Instructor Lieut. Commander
R.L.M. Picard; of the Rbyal Ca-
nadi.an Navy, is in Port-au-Prin-
ce at* the Canadian Embassy as
flotilla liason officer and prepar-
ing for the arrival of the ships.


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SUNDAY, APRIL 8th 1956


HAITI SUN


PAGES


DOMINICANS APOLOGIZE FOR
'VILE ILLUMINEE& INCIDENT


Apologies were personally pres-
ented to the Chief of the Haitian
SDelegation by Dominican. For
eign Relations Minister Porfirio
Herrera Baez, it was revealed in
cables from the Syndicate News
Service. 'Agence France Presse>
on Tuesday, as soon as he learned
of the incident which caused the
Haitians to leave the session of
the Inter-American Maritime Con
ference which opened in Culdad
Trujillo, March 19th. The rInci-
dent, of the distribution to for
eign delegations and observers
of the book L'Ile lllunirihev had
been done without the knowledge
of the authorities of his country
declared. Mr. Baez. published in
Ciudad TnUjiA] by Colombian au-
ther J. A. Orsorio Lizarazo in
1953. The incriminating book con-
tained criticism and severe judg-
ments against Haiti. Considering
the book insulting and tarnishing


to the national honor, the Haitian
delegation manifested its displeas
ure by quitting the session, on
Monday, March 26th. Whether or
not they would return for the
full session the next day (Tues
day) during which all the motions
carried during the work of the
past two weeks were to be appro
vcd, or for. the closing session
which was scheduled for Wednes
day,. March 28th. caused much
-peculation.
The Cuban delegation had so
far made no comments on the
attacks made on their country
by the same famous book.
In his interview with Agence
France Presse, the Dominican
Chancellor declared that after
'presenting his excuses to the
Heads of the other Delegations,
they unanimously agreed that
under the circumstance. the. inci
dent should be considered closed,


THE MARSIIALLS WERE HERE


Dr. and Mrs. Victor F. Marshall, the Doctor is head'of Cornell Uni-
versity Medical College's Urology Dept., in N. Y., were here with sons
Fray 11, and Torry, 8, at the Sans Sotci Hotel as guests of the
Georges Hdrauz'. Dr. Marshall saved Robert Hraux' life in November
1951 with a skillful operation. TheY'b"isited the Grant Foundation
Hospitp at Deschapeles,. lunchedti'th the Mellons and Dr. Marshall!
was impressed tihb-tha,.ide.qdate couple's work. They saw theaa. ,a
blossoming throughout the cqu hltiyside and on departure Tuescida. said.
they will return with another' son, 4 year old Philip. -;.
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and they prevailed upon their
Haitian colleagues to reconsider
their decision to abandon the
Conference.
eIt is obvious, Mr. Herrera
Baez stated, that the Dominican
Delegation was doing its best all
during the Conference to safeg
guard and strengthen the spirit
of Panamericanism, and it jvould
not have done anything, on its
part, that would hurt the prin-
ciples of cordiality and cooper
ation among all the nations of
the Continent..

The Foreign Relations Minist
er nevertheless refused to com-
ment on the attitude taken by
Haitian delegates. He also refu
sed to make any declaration on
the difficulties existing between
his country abd Cuba, stating
only-that the affair had been pla
ced before the Inter-American
Commission of Peace for exami
nation.
On March 28th. the Syndicate
cabled that it was learned that
the Haitian Delegation had ma-
de an official protestation to the
Secretariat General of the Mari
ne Coniference before leaving
Ciudad Trujillo, against the pub
location of book considered by
them as being offensive. The
Haitian delegates did not attend
the last session of work on.Mon
day, nor the full session, yestetr-
day following the incident.

The incident does not appear
to be of a nature to have diplo-
atic repercussions, since it occur-
red in the conference organized
by the Organization of American
States.
In Haitian circles of the Domi-
nican capital, it was pointed out
that Ambassador Lascaze Berna-
din left this morning by prane
for Port-au-Prince, but his trip
.is a simple voyage de repos 'on
the occasion of Holy Week. In
the sae circles, it is being com-
Jimnted.tbat the publication of
'the indenhating book provoked
already iJiAi..past several protes-
tations, on'the part of the Haitian
Rlpresen'tation at. Ciudad Tru-
jillo. -


SPIRIT OF COTTON FEATURED
AT HOTEL CHOUCOUNE SHOW

The Memnphis Cotton Makers' 'ing dress of pink rustle-she
Jubilee presentation of the eSpi- embroidered cotton, with mat
rit of Cotton. drew a select au- ing sleeve stole. Her jewelry,
dience to Hotel Choucoune on rhinestone.
Wednesday evening when Miss Mrs. Venson is.a charming A
Maxime Perryman, their choice bassadrice, and the lack of
for the 1956 Queen, modelled ten vance notice of the wonder
stunning creations that won en- display of cotton, was doubtli
thusiastic applause. Mrs. Ethel the reason for the limited atb
SVenson, on her third trip to Hal- dance on Wednesday night M
ti with 'the winner of the Ten- Perryman and Mrs. Venson
nessee organization's annual pri- lea6e their suite at Hotel Ch,
ze, presented the show, once coune next Tuesday to contain
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again proving herSeli an inman- ULIeir usw Umkte n. ^mm
gable master at the micro. Speak-
ing in well-chosen terms, conti-
nuously, fo -More than hour her Esther Franvois
voice never faltered, and she Crushed By Truck
never once repeated herself as .
she conducted her listeners on a Esther Francois met a foitiblei,
tour of the magic of cotton. death Tuesday ,afternoon -at Bbj;
losse when a heavy truck, baektt
The gracious Maxime, a well- ig dw w hehill, crushed, haerk
molded, cultured Miss of 19, did gins the hia wall, crush She evidently hader
wondrs fr te shw a shema-against a waUl. She evidently bad,
wonders for' the show as she mo-;no opportunity to escape befor.h!
delled the unusual collection, t.he truck hitand killed her ls
Her initial appearance was in a antly. The truck driver is :,
white nubbly cotton-suit trimm- police custody.
ed i black velveteen she 'wore M Friancois was walking along:
rhinestone and pearl earrings Roosevelt Avenue, enroute to1
with this suit. The second numb- the Instituit Poujol where she'i
er was a green stripped short was studying typing, when th&.
set of sailcoth and byrd's cloth, truck caught her, at the corner-:
with red sash and red hat. An near the gas station. The judcer'
orange-toned, ensemble Simp- of theg South Stion made out:..e
son's Coordinated stripe and -the official accident report. ":1
plain followed., .. .
A Jensen Original bathing suit ,
was then modelled, featuring PARAMOUNT .
next appearance was in Harem T o ,A.
pants C-ohn and .Halls gold miqe '
5-7-9:00 P.M. L es' Rats du D-:.,
flecked cotton combined- with .
lied soft rose .batiste solid sert "
fONDAY. 6:00 P.M. La Deraib,:--
cum6erban& Next was a yellow MONDAY 6 La Den
drest- with capejacket in Gham- re Fleche
8:15 Le Fakir dana sea numi:.'
bray -, for sun or candelight. nnnne "
SHer brown plaid dress with ros sensationnelsd 8:15 P
brown duste lined in dress ma- TUESDAY 6:00 and 8:15 P, '
teril of1~nni 'nd'Lea Rats du Desert
terialof enand lamourou. WEDNESDAY 6-8:15 P.M. Ban-,4
ginghian was a sensation. This ie d Foyer "
was followed by a beige Cygnet- TH.URSDAY 6.5 P.M. Jesus
te Ptint dress. With the yellow de Nazareth '
cotton lace gown trimmed in red RIDAY, f-:l5 PM. Les Rat
orgaffldy, she wore gold and pearl d DeseA "'
je w ei- y .f' e
jewelry / compiled SATURDXY 5-7-9:00 P.M. a )i
The collection was completed So Atoique, :
n t dl ssuion Atomique I
when' the inodel showed ah even- : M'


ROBUItT NAIDAL,-PRESENTED
RIDDLESBARGER GOLF CUP


BY EMILE ROUMER JEREMiE. I,
/-.. Robert Nadal *as presented
Lan Hti-Jouna, 'iei Paraison vine rdl parole-la que the 1955 Riddlesbarger Golf Tro-
toute moune tap attended. I phy at the Petionvile Club last
toemneta aen e. n '-Sunday night. -A two year oh
Malheureusement, pays a perdu en pile temps lan iduca-. -Suoda n ght. A twonyre ote
tion res n.S qui. ,dns _gnrbres. o lf Mr.Nadal,,upon receiing
tion f-eres nons qul 'daan W'tnebres. the TrQphy, -hatt.red the moral
Ce pas parce que oun analfabete. chronique betise lan fran- of the oldveterans by promising
et-. ou ...... c.ril coun ohua me ateanolpomsm
ee lpen prend Creole nmme elhoul ataiflle. [to keep UD his trophy winning.
Ma repete encore. Ouimdemi-dfuzaine haitiens qum fait ou- Mr George Polley, in a short
verture Ian journal i Pads pas ioud cause que millions con- speech before the presentation,
'ctoyens rete sans con'nii, erL. Oan ministry Education Nai- explained how the Riddlesbar-
tionale doue ouvri ge'l pou ou ca 'oun n'hom valid, oun n'hom ger Golf Trophy came into be-
conscient con Paraison mettd ]an lumi pou ti laubachiens yo ing. He stqtpd that Rufus and
oblige park latin: -Mea culp,. mea maxima culpa!..- Ma- Roberte Riddlesbarger used to
Iheureusement Christian Beaulieiu fine mourL 'winter here, in a home a short
Madame moin gain oun lnbie: fait Agathe, six ans, Maheva distance from the Club, and were.
dit Titane, quatre ans parle france. M'souri, parce que garcon active golfers. When the Club
pas besoinmdiscute ac femme. 1aq lan tete yo pans Ian pied yo. burnt down in 1949, along with
Educateurs, masters of etc. ap ressassE, pEdagogue et tutti
quanti poU ennuyer moune. Allez yo au diable. Moin minme,
m'prend plezi ac pitite moinm comme si m'ted bebe cou yo.
Eh bien, si nous ouC lor'm quimbe Titane sous genou'm gen
audience la douce:
-Titane moin, ti cheri'm, ti coeu'm, ti toute moin, ti guele
guEli'm... -
A chaque calinerie, Titane reponde. Crou&'m si nous vIE, ce 6
li qui invented ti jouete qa-a pou compete Ii. Done, a chaque ca-
linerie, Titane rdponde: -Plait-il papa. plait-il papa. Et m'as-
sur'.nous que ce oun litanie delicieux.
Yo parole me Minou Drouet, oun ti fi Ihuit ans qu'ap boule-
verse Paris, ac parole-li, poemes-li. Ac langue frane, ou pap
janmin joinde qa en Haiti, tandis que ac creole:
Titane tini quatre ans, deux jous.
Quand l'aube ap filtr' lan persienne
li leve'm, ti zongue en .aleue:
-Maiu'm ap chanted Ian figure ou
Ac creole va-a, oun professeur cab amus6'I decouvri Qun
racine mot ac variante lan I'aut langues.
Cote crEole prend mot mimipouche? RapprochE ca de pan- '
gaol qui dit mimipuz et angle, puss, pussy.
Auss, m'mande m'sieu Paraison pou caller dife lan bouche -
tortue poun oue qui tete li tini.
Dear Editor; ..................................... Golfer Nadol receiving


Sthe previous golf trophy,
offered a new kup,with no s
lations attachled, to be prese
under any conditions the
may decide. The winner has
rsame inscribed on the cup, m
remains in the Club house,
receives a small symbolic
tuette. M.
The 18 hcle tournament
usually played in one after.
on Haiti's only golf course a
ged, hilly and relatively a
course. 'In order for-the ladif
compete in the tournament
are permitted to play two ro
of nine holes each, instead c
vering the full 18 holes in


trophy from Keenan.


they
stipu-
*nted
Club
s his
vhich
and


day. .
Tournament- play was made.
under, handicaps set up by theli
special handicap committee.
Winners of the Trophy, since '^
its 1950 inauguration, are: ''id
1950 Mpj. Newton Cox -
1951 Dave Post "
1952 Edward Mitehell .'
1953 Jack Scott t .,TI
1954 Mabel Urano '
1955 Robert Nadal


sta' Musidians, Journalists
t is Invited To Concert i
noon ',-
rug- Sixteen prominent musicianti:
short and journalists, from provinciaL
es to r'it'ri" i Haiti, will be sp&in.
they guests a. the concert to be givezi
unds by the New Orleans Sympholn"
of co orchestra at -the Rex Theat&r.!
one Sunday flight at 9:00 pj.",
through arrangements between .\
the committee irn charge ahd".
the cultural affairs. office of the'.
U.S Embassy.
This project was conceived as 24
a means of giving a national as-.i
pect to the concert which, be- ..
cause of the size of the orches-:A^
tra (including conductor Ale-%:
xander Hilsberg and 87 musiM-
clans) and the brief period of -its.',
one day stay in Port-au-Prince,'
could not be presented outside
the capital.

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D. aPolemistes-, prepare your weapons and watch the Times. Paul
'.K ennedy has bee. to town. The New York Times Correspondent retur-
ned to his office in Mexico, Friday, after a visit to Ciudad"Trujillo,
Virgin Islarnds and Port aqu Prince... John Hoover, Jr. returned to
'..,.Rustin Academy in Havana, Monday, ending Easter vacation with the
Sfamily... Dr. Joseph Silverberg and his gorgeous 'young wife 'spent a
.iAve-dty honeymoon at the Beau Rivage. They spear-fished in the bay,
,Uthrived on Vitamins from the sun and rhum, and were serenaded at
t SInoky Joe's by Jerry Chamier who whistled divine love songs...
i'Major Lou Stokes and Marylin entertained Nita Olsoni and daughter
U. :ay last week-end. A fellow-Chicagoan, Mrs. Olson visited Javanza
\ and had to forego 4i trip to the Isle of Pines because Victor Mature
is tnaking'a movie there. She adored it here, especially the iascinat-
ifinmg Meigue... Sihango has dedicated its eternal light beneath, the
-world replica of the mobster to George Polley of the Electrical Light
Companyy. Freddy Kroll Junior, is back at Yale after a practical
"'visit home checking on the progress of the dam... Guatemalan Am-
.basador Calvo proudly announces that he now has a telephone at his
Residence phone 4263...

!, Emrnest Lamy, one of our top pianists end former orchestra leaders
ihs been appearing these past months on a nightly T.V. program over
'.Voz Dominicana in Ciudad Trujillo... Mrs. Dadlani (Maison Orientale)
c..leaves cbidntht. on a world cruise that will include a visit to. ancest-
m.l India... J. E. Greyer, Jr., Sales and .Service Manager fo. Latin
'-merica of Clinton Machine Company, was in. town visiting with re-
presentatives; SONACO... George Kenn of Choucoune leaves today.lo
k visit Travel Agents in the Miami area and to 'speak' at the. American
; Legion Night on the' 10th whiqh' is beihg.jdedicated to Haiti:.. The
'Raymond., Vitals are enroute to Europe. They will tour the continent
-by auto... Eric Anderson of Procter & Gamible is due at Choucoune
on the 11th with his wife... Haiti's newest'export is the Kmx;, i.
,'colorful paper str6pture varies in size and in.design; tourists are to'
-ing them home along with primitive paintings.'.. Denyse E. Roy writes
.1rom New York that Ernest .artin, talented painter, is cowing to
.:Haiti on a Fulbright Scholarship granted by the International Instit-
Vute of Education of the U.S. Government... The -'Hot Si*'which ,in-
I.luded Guy Durosier and Ti Ro Ro andtHfrby Widmaier returned
from Havana this jast week. They made. r 3 ecordings with Bebo
-Valde' orchestra under the direction of Issa Saleb. The trio as put
i on -:.a- show at the. exclusive Havana Sans Souci... SutdaJ' irs. Frantz
,Siegel, rienkL of old Fuwcy, observed her fete.. L'W. 'ay, Wqffield
.S.port Representativ,. arrived on a third visit to study the promotion
a! the Morris ar* d ith Haiti Motors.,. A Cubana Constellation .passed
-turesday enroute to j 'Con ress in. Ciudad Trujillo. They are'returning
,Ibywau of PortL au Prince on the 13th; the Toerist Offileeshowld ar-

.* ge that they see the)city... .5"


R ecently Gary'D vls, the Wdrld Citizen who took over my 56W Ave.
b.olosse Ti CoaHlle fouryears ago and wfiich is 'now run by the David
u, oungs,,drew'a suspended sentence for having stowed away, on a.ship
to France. Davis' the son of bandleader Meyer Davis, had been foired
to resigh from the Musiciads Union in New York because he, is unmSde
,to have his American citizenship restored. He headed for France to
revive 'bis militant World Citizen movement. The other day the In-
.dian Government granted him a 6-month visa; on .Davis' written as-
surance tha he will leave at the end of that period. He'll be Teavfirg
:or India shortly.
Howard Paine, Brown & Root's project manages on the Peligre Dam, -
Sis e pected back this week from Houston where he was operated on
f: or kidney stones. Mr. Paine was taken ill at the Peligre Dam four
Seeks ago and flown to New Orleans where Mr. Brown's private planed
Smet him and-flew him ,to Houston.

Gerry Wolley of TEXACO 'et sail for England, Monday, to pick up
-.his wife and son and yisit Europe. Friends were mad at Gerry for
' not giving them advance notice time for farewell "bamboches... A
'6"0rist reports that a Haitian, Andk6 Toussaint, was a top 'singer in
Sassau last winter... Jeannette McDonald (June Forrest) of Miami sang
Sold favorites "Make Believe, etc., at Smoky Joe's Casino Night Club.
-:The exhaust was working -and the atmosphere was more congenial..
r. F -die-hard night-clubbers, who stuek it'out til 3:00 AM., Emcee
Roger Bob.Hope Burns handed out Pizza .Pies.of the Neapolitaine va-
,.riety... Namor Curzan who teaches the first grade in New York was
at the Beau Rivage. this week with friend.-Zoe Chuman who teaches
Junior High in Manhattan. Namor is hqppy that she had at last seen
. coconut trees in the raw. Zoe says that she has a future pupil in Wally
STalamas... Joy and Jean Kelly 'Flour Mill Kelly. returned to Wash-
ington Tuesday with eleven-yearlold son Patrick... Dr. Grier Monroe
. of Boston who is terribly interested in -Haiti, returned to the Oloffson
from the Citadel pilgrimage. He brought with him from the dungeons
of Christophe's Citadel, a limping reporter from Life, Magazine, Mar-
gery Byers who in her energetic -climbing to the fortress sprained her
ankle.. .................................p

Those to catch -a close glimpse of-the Guided Missle Cruiser "Bos-
ton. during its weekend in' Port -at anchor two miles of shore-
were bumboats selling mahogany. The Secretary of the Navy Thomas
has told us we might have a chance to visit the ship with all the new
angled means of making war... In. "Time this week ran the'follow-
.ing item: "Haitian' delegates in Ciudad Trujillo for the Inter-American
conference in off-shore boundaries went home in a huff after an anti-
Haiti book was distributed with official documents by the meeting's
Dominican Republic hosts. The-book, -La Isia luminada., written in
1948 and distributed under Dominican auspices, refers to Hlaitians as
'an abject people who are socially inferior and whose'African men-
Stality. makes them impermeable to progress,..
mmlif' f' i m: .mm m m m m m m J Lmm..m"m'm '. m ..': m


Meringuing Students
Leave Port au Prince

The St. Petersburg Senior High
School good will mission clipper-
ed away to Jamaica on Thurs-
day after a two day visit--during
which time the 46 teachers and
students presented letters of good
-will from Samuel G. Johnson,
Mayor of St. Petersburg, and
William F. Davenport, Manager
of the Chamber of Commerce, to
Pierre Chauvet, Director of the
Haitian Tourist Office, and learn
ed to dance the Meringue.

The tour -is sponsored by the
Language Department of the St.
Petersburg Senior High School
and each year visits a different
section of the wocld. Last year
they visited Europe and before
that Mexico. The trip costs $326
per person. Jack Francis, Travel
Consultant from St. Petersburg,
came with the students and .made
all. the arrangementss.
, *
SMost of the young goodwill
ambassadors, and they were truly
ambassadors, were Spanish stud-
lnts and some could even Handle
t:emsel.e. in the French depart-
-xent. The group stayed at the
Simbie and spent'a wonderful ti-
me learning the local dances with-
Haitlar partners. They were well
chaperoned. SL Petersburg High
School will uow have to put up
with a wave of Meringue dancers
at the Junior-Senior Proms.

From Port-au-Prince the hands-
ome young charmers continue to
Jamaica,, Havana, Cuba and then
to -Miami on their special Pan
American flight. They were in
San Juan on March 30 and Ciudade
-- --- - - -


Trujillo on April 2.


Those touring the Caribbean
from St. Petersburg were: Travel
Agent Jack Francis; Mr. Gregory
J. Gould and Miss Nadi Lane,
students in charge of presenting
the letters to Pierre Chauvet;
Mrs. Sally Gould, head of the
High School French Department-,
Mrs. Claire Love, head of the
High School Spanish Department;
Miss Charlene Allison, Miss Tam
sen E. Anderson, Mr. Paul Beach,
Miss Nancy L. Brown, Miss Carl
ene Dever, Miss Mary E. Fogarty,
Miss Sherry Glendinning, 'Miss
Miss Linda Greene, Miss Susan'
A. Gregory, Mr. William Henry,
Mr. Harry Howard, Miss Natalie


Kenny, Miss Marilyn Kleinfeld,
Miss Donna Y. Lasker, Miss Alice
G. Lipthrott, Miss Sue Ann
Little, Mr. Charles Ldwe, Mr.
Eugene Lowe, Miss Florence M.
Maner, Miss Betty A. Martin, Mr.
Donald Mastry, Mr. Robert C.
McCurdy, Mr. William McDOnald,
Mr. Frank L. McKinley, Miss
Gayle A. Moorefield, Miss Patri
cia Nine, Miss Sylvia R. Palmer,
Mr. Fred S. Parrish, Miss-Martha
Playford, Miss Barbara A. Qeen,
Miss Barbara C. Rebel, Mr. Har
ry L. Sauers, Miss Mona L. Shir
ley, Miss Sally Stephenson, Miss
3o Ann Stetler, Miss Darlene
Stetson, Mr. Kenneth H. Vail, Mr.
Richard W. Warner, Miss-Linda
Wilson, Miss Barbara L. Woodfill
and Miss Worth Woody.


4.-.' -' 'J -
GRANT ,WHISKEY AWARD.-Haiti Trading Company has reeived a
fresh shipment of their line Scotch 'spirits and revived their .sward of
a bottle a week.to' the birthday b6 the week. The winning, bihdai y is
drawn from a hat early each .week under the strict supervision of an
intellectual, an artist,' Pohemuian mid'a abumn, a.i. men off the street.
Lady Luck smiled on, iss RHildegarde Streitwolff this week who is
seen above after rece.m, ;the coveted bottle still it its wrapping.
Durifng the season of iTeiittewt showers, oand weddings, thelrwi is noth-
ing like a bottle of Grnmts Scotch Whiskey to keep one's health on an
even keel. '


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SUNDAY, APRIL 8th 1956______


HAIT SU PAE5


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

DOES HAITI WANT THE SMALL CIVILIAN AIRCRAFT
AND YACHTING TOURISTS

The Tourist Office i now aware of the obstacles that beset
the yachting tourist trade. Due to Haiti's bad name in world
yachting circles many yachts on Caribbean cruises avoid our
Ports. %
A survey shows the main reason is because of the incer?
tainty, of the fees that will be levied on an incoming yacht.
Last week the arrival of Doe Bill Yeaman in a small,
single engine Navion) aircraft from Key West, F 1o r i d a,
pointed up that the small civilian aircraft is in a'worst plight
than the yacht.
Yeaman set his small plane down at Bowen Field, at' 5:35
p.m. Monday, and wvas warmly received by the officials, cust-
oms and immigration, who had been waiting around since
closing time 4:00 p.m. Documents appeared, from all sides,
and the Doe was kept busy signing, until he had to change
hands and dig deep for dollars.
Immigration asked $8:80, customs $19.80 and the following
morning, as the Detroit businessman stepped aboard the plane
to continue to Ciudad Trujillo, the airport doctor came forth
producing a bill for $5.00, $2.00 was the regular fee to check
vaccinations and the $3.00 was overtime although the air-
port doctor had not managed to arrive in time at the airport
the previous evening. Dr. Yeaman completed the morning
by paying out the ual fee to Pan American of $5.60 for the
flight plan.
Recording his entire trip on a small portable tape record-
er, Yeaman said in reference to Haiti, (It's not so much the
money paid out, but we were forewarned by a number of
flying organizations and individuals, that in two countries we
could expect to be taken Haiti and the Dominican Repub-
lic. We met a man in Key West, Florida, who pri-ofessed it
cost him $80 to touch down at Port au Prince and wailed to
us 'there are no standard rates or charges. They charge what
the tral'ffic will bear.'
Yeaman added that the Aircraft Owners and Pilots- Asso-
ciation had charted his flight from Florida to Venezuela and
the two cities they were uncertain about, and advised him to
be ready for anything in the way of airport fees, were-Port au
Prince and Ciudad Trnjillo. 1 ..*, :
By some bizarre coincidence, at 1:13 p.m. on Good Friday,
Max Karant, vice president of thel Aircraft Owners and Pil-
ots Associatton, whiclftads 55,000 members, touched 'down at
Port au Price in i yWelow "Bonanza a"d was charged ,$28.60
in landing fees. iMr! Kiint,'who was enroute to Ciudad Tru-
jillo as a member of the American delegation to the Interna-
tional Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Congress, was fu-
rious and said that something must be done about these ex-
cessive fees at Port au Prince if the country .wants the private
aircraft Tourists. The money he paid o6ut was presumably'
overtime, and yet the' melt had to be at the airport to mebt
'the commerWial airliners. So why the overtime?, He said this
is no way to encourage tourists. -
Karant added, SCuba today is out for the tourist dollar
even if it comes on a small civilian aircraft or on a yacht.
There are many, ways in which thet ourist dollar can enters
a country.*
The tourist by yacht and the private airplane, besides
spending money, do much to publicize the country.' They are
all great diary keepers and there are dozens of, popular ma-
gazines that publish their impressions of visits to far away
places.
The officials at Bowen Field are among the most courteous'
to be found at any airport in the world. The fault does not
lie with them. It lies with the Tourist Office who should cone
vince whoever levies the fees that the cutting of red tape
and reducing of fees .to a nominal charge will pay off in the
long run. They should send a communique to all the civil
aviation organizations and yachting clubs throughout the
world, as well as embassies and., legations advising what to
expect on arrival in Haiti. As the Tourist Shop Association
fights fpr a one-price policy, so. should the airport and harbor
have a one-price policy and publicize It.
In the two cases, this past week,. th4i visitors would not have
complained had they been .advised before leaving the U.S.
as to what fees to expect on arrival in Port au Prince.
Mr. Karant hopes that these problems will be ironed out
at the meeting of the ICAO, a branch of the United Nations,
but our local Tourist Office' could do a great deal towards
solving the problem, beginning as of now.


UITT
to-th-,


Editor of the Haiti Sun,
Here in New York we have hac
probably know. I am enclosing a]
Jacques Baussan, in the snow. I th
an interesting issue for the Sunday
I would appreciate it very much
in which you publish the picture, s
Th.

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Pipe smoking snowman Jacques Baussan.


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1 PAGE _________________

li iNew Orleans Symphony Orchestra

Pefonnes Tonight At Rex
(Continued from page 1)

The gaizers and founders harmonic Orchestra as- conduct-
p'.f-the synim ony, wtIch now in- or.
7udes-u7'" cins md Conduct- During his eight years in of-
gior Alexand'. 'i.isberg,'envislen- fine, Freccia was able to work
0d anprchesra whikh. would do under a gradually increasing bud-
noret:han offer good :liste'ning get. During his tenure the num-
to',papl.9.flb op;they ber of ijusicians in the Sympho-
onvisioned an institution, an tins ny rosp from 60 to 85. He. was
|tructor 'kypony which by de- able to present internationally
onstration would also cultivate famed guest artists such as Fran-
';an appreciation for music, apn or- cescatti and Heifetz.
Wiestra which could perpetuate In 1947 the entire U.S heard
s own existence by educating the young orchestra, the- first
youth to love iAs music, time over a country-wide, radio
*ast tear -music critics through network. JThe same year, with
out be S.attended the opening the sponsorship of the Orleans
.e.j-.ateIne ,.e oe Parish School Board, it began of-
n.. One critic, Howard a fering free -bncts.r 'for sco6bl
.. of the New York Times,, children. -Until t.en .they had
be' -d.tencee e.'1
Pw behie j rl jestrl play- paid a smail Aidmtece ee.
g the real reason for the Syrnm- The youth cd'c'ertS program
lmhp'k r rIN nce tha became fly.as i rt t the
i'-L He wrote: regular concert. .S.i, .," .t.was
-' .symphony orchestra may developed fnrthr i -
K..Pf a phony's -fourth uator, Hils-
Snflh lt ut- .it sh'oild .aaso berg, who replaced 'recia w
be'an integral part of the fife 1952. Now once a week, 13 rad.o,
.tht goes on in the area that it stations in Louisiana were hook-
5 8. 4. good example of .a ed up to.b-ringconcerts dir& ly
*f. W rous policy thWt bas into the school robms"of elemen-
paid quick dividends ef good will tary atd secondary ." schools
k.d support is 'tfik .Nd* Orleans throughout the state. The sym-
tPluharmonic SmgZi y Qv. s- phony holds] the distinction of
^tra.', Mr. (Ale"&4.i playing mdo concerts for *11-
a(conductor) and-hIl,5 ep e dren' thap "'any other orchestra'
expanding the' iiess. lto in the i-
.;W .GJ"te ,." .... ,Tulane 'University faculty .and
e'Ae h'esttTa- egan its gopd students-weie included in the
k^n Mdy 1.8.- 1938. The very concert series in '1954 and., the
0erfonmauce was hee. An same yea Hilsbrg organized a
oe f3,iP persons att5nd- 150 voice chorus f6r his orches-
ar nthe-Syiinyb p ed tra with, which he presented the'
tzstfficient subscripf.iis't finan-" first New Orleans performance
; ice a complete concert sedid". of Verdi's Reqii.'.
. .o.m. e .-first four years, under
P-' th -.drectrship of conductor Ar- HILSBERG'S DREAM COMES
L-J-bur:Zacbh, the Symphony. Was TRUE-
ip'f'. anly concerned with esta-
&'1lt61 g its .wortniby..enderig .Asa ypuug man in.China, Ale-
'foe: "!..`-"..N ~ dr'.lb dreaMt that one
fjune music. However. from the' xandrHilsberg dre t that one
vtery .beginning, though in a mo- d iy he would go. to the 1U.S' and
.iest way, it offered special con- play for the Philadelphia Sym-
,eerts.for.childreh Theni. e. 1940, phony TOrrehestra. ,In'the ensue-
greitb 'eater public support as- ing 30 ye.rs Hilsber fulfilled
; uredt,'tbs Symphony raised its his lIream -nd has even gone
I-'Abudget to $0OO and scheduled beyond it. '
:a second a4ult series of 10 con- Having-the touch of genius
certs in addition to. its regular himself, Hilsberg. seems to.gra-
Sproramvitate towards or attract other
STwo years later, the Sympi- pI-odigies. When 'both were chil-
.ny's nextf conductor Ole Win- dren studying the violin at the
d..-'..ingstad expanded the overall Petrogrdd Conservatory in St.
programrm w.th a third adult se- Petersburg. Russia, Jascha Hei-
ries, presented free to service- fetz used !o visit. Hilsberg and
-men. He also conducted the or- olay for him. Through the years
.:!" chestra on iL,- initial out-of-town Hilsberg worked under the tutel-
: engagement at Baton Rouge, age of the world's, greatest mast-
-- orincluiding To'canini and
-. .Loumana,, and.- increased the s, including Toscanini and
tnAumber of .children~s concerts. Stokowski.
;., The Symnliony received Onation- -in 1925 HLIsberg left St. Pe-
I al acclaim under the baton of. tersburg' for. the Orient, giving,
l .Dr. lassimo Freccia who took Violin .recitals in China and Ja-
;.o..ver .diredtorship in 194? after 1-pan.,Called by the President of
bdOur years with theyHav.na Phif- t t "'hinese 'Republic Sun Yat
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Sen for a'2ommand performance,
Hilsberg was decorated for. be-
nefit concerts he performed, on
-behalf of famine sufferers in
China. It was here he first heard
recordings of the Philadelphia
orchestra and his dream began.
Traveling to Philadelphia he
Joined the famed orchestra.
Fourteen years of hard work,
as violinist and concert master
with the Philadelphia orchestra,
past before he was appointed as-
sociate conductor. Then in 1949
Conductor Eugene Ormandy col-
lapsed before ad Carnegie Hall
concert and Hilsberg took over
the lead of his dream orchestra,
winning great acclaim frdm .the
audience:"
"Many of the key' played who
now form the New Orleans Sym-
phony were formerly musicians
of the. Philadelphia Orchestra.
They followed Hilsbetg when he
agreed to direct the New Orleans'
Symphony.
Although Hilsberg inherited
an advanced Symphony company,
he immediately moved for a
mope aggressive and diversified
program. He assigned his leading
string players, to give a series of
chamber music concerts, placed
the -Symphony's 18 year old mu-.
sic appreciation sees for youth,
on thb radlo and. brought in ma-
ny other innovatio6fs.
- Hlsbtrg conducts without
score or baton. He believes he
can achieve a great rapport with
his musicians in this manner.
The Symphony, under Hils-'
bergs direction, has many other
plans now that it is beginning
with'the .largest budget in its
history 430,000. One of these
is to introduce the famous Bra-
zilian composer Heitor Vila-Lo-
bos, as guest conductor, to help
celebrate its 20tbh anniversary


when the new concert season
opens next month.
Last September Hilsberg spent
three weeks as a gust maes-ro
in Buenos Aires where he had
the opportunity to play ,and be-
come more fully acquainted with
the music of contemporary Latin
American composers. It was on
this occasion that h6 first came
in contact with Villa-Lobos.

Louis 'Armstrong. Next
Louis Arinstrong, and his fam-
ed jazz band, and Metropolitan
Opera Stars Robert Merrill and
Mezzo Soprano ,Bianche The-
boom are scheduled to visit Hai-
ti on a tour of Latih America
during the coming year. The
State Department's special Pre-
sidenrftial 'Fupd, to assist cullural
and theatrical groups in the U.S.
to make appearances abroad, is
sponsoring the tour. it was an-
nounced this week.


CARIBBEAN CRUSADE
Presents
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Ronnie Avalon Dramatic
Tenor formerly with the Metro.
politan Opera

Lee Childs Messosoprano
famous for her singing on the
Carnation Contented Hour
Ddrothy Strathern Viola
Eshleman

Paul Hartford nd other musi-
cians in a Sacred Concert
Sun, April 8 at 3:00 p.m
Theatre de Verdure
Admission Free

FOR KEj'T
House for rent, at 11.geam
Source, 3 becdroons, large living-
room, hot and cold water com-
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The Management of the Hotel Ibo Lele takes pleasure In.
presenting to you the program of its Social Activities
for this WINTER.


The Shango Night 'Chiu
EVERY evening except on Fridays, from 9 P.M. to 1:0, A
A FLOOR SHOW at 11:00 P.M.
Cover Charge: $2.00 per person.
Please reserve your tables. Tel: 7287 & 7886. ,
S.Every Friday Gala Night
WITH THE
MICHEL DEJEAN CHORUS.
Dinner Dance from 8:30 P.M. to 1:;0 A.M.
A $2.00 entrance fee will be ehi-ged EXCEPT for Guests,'
having reserved their -tables for DINNER.
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Down Lo cry A

MERTULIA THE MILK SELLER was looking sad that day and du
By Frank Bailey ring the two following years she
Your reporter's former nurse stopped to' see those who were
became a milk seller and is seen good to her as often as she could.
on her donkey's back every day Three years after, we were all
delivering milk to her customers pleased to receive an invitation
in Port au Prince and PdtionviUe. from Mcrtulia, who was 'getting
HER STORY: manied at her home, but, unfort
Mertulia was born at Pernier un2-.ldy, no une at the house
(eight miles from Portrau Prince A
past Freres) in 1926; her mother /
was a milk sellerand hcr father
a cultyator. One of their great
est ambitions was to get their
only child educated, but, hs there / I i
were almost no schools in the a
country at that time, they had to
final a way of sending. her tc
town. By and by, tlier mother gol
in touch with Miss Doris Burke
who brought up your reporter l
Miss Burke wanted i nursb for
him: Mertulia's mother told the '
Jamaican born Miss Burke that
if she would only give her daught
er t.- opportunity of learning to '
read cnd write, she would leaveJ .
her at pr.vae borne in Petion- .
Ville to trdc care of the three-
year-old hNjy. This was agreed.
Mertulia v'as eleven years old
when she started to do thie work- --
and she was such a kind girl that
she wa- soon received into the could attend the wedding and
bosoi'of the family. from that, time (the nine past
When she was sixteen years ears) no one of us saw her.
old, hor mother came to' the hou Last 'week, your reporter was
se and risked to have her back in the street trying to find a few
at hEr .hoqse, perhaps because people to interrogate. On his way
she. thought that .once somebody he heard someone calling: -Mon
can read and Write nothing more sieur Franckv. He turned back
is needed. Everybody was sorry and saw that it was a lady on,
to seq MpftuIlfa go, the girl also a donkey without recognizing-the.


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person. Are you Mr. Franck Bail' I
ey? the lady said. cYes* said your
reporter, sand who are you?v 4I |
am Mertulia, the one who used 0
to look, after you when ypu were
a kid. I am so please to fee you and his nma ic d
Sir, and how is the family.) We
had'a long conversation and she FEATURED BY
wds invited to go and see those W R lWfCHO Hi
who hadn't seen her for several EL K V U1 11
years at As your reporter was invited evry
to call at lher place whenever he. v ry
could, he got on a horse's back M oliday Thursd
last weekend and took a ride to
Pernier to see the people and, at (Dinyer-Dancing
the same time, get some inform
nations about milk sellers. -
Mertulia's family own land,
cows; goats, sheep, chickens, ro IT'S THE FILTEI
posters and donkeys. Their prope
rties are planted with almost all H
kinds of fruits and vegetables to L & M HAS
be found here and the place is .
nice and cool. In the early morn -. ;
ing, the appointed person gets
up and milks the cows and pours
the milk in the one or two galofi, .
homine made milk cans which they
put in 'sac paille, whigh is pla
ced on the donkey's back. 'In- M'-
the esac paille. is also half or
one liter bottles .which are used J .
to measure the milk when ,deliv EFCIEFl
ering it and are used for pouring the milk KING, 6
directly in the bottles. A
The milk seller takes along
with her the quantity ef mil1.0 ; i "
needed by her regular customers i B
aMnrdmetint-a e&w:exte liters E
in case.Hdneo dellmf la befl ni U E
rot or If s esiV called';b, soni l
on6if1lse rho wants milk, but sfe
will !eer "top ad: !sell & bef,' '
ore takipit 'e di., ia tiier .regular .A i ,.
T.ustomerg..Sbe-..i.S.,peents j :,.1 ,,
-fia.litter milk .'ak..ofhdr !US 1i.
cuitpmers pay h. r er-teek -
and some o 'e. 4jermonth. ''' r' ,
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dEentulit'4ther of 'four
goe 0"S1"'. eand is just S.i I T
as' petit eas.. 'He.s i efere. Shle .
6i14 your repoter, w o wus ha FILTEI CI AR T J
rmed with his visit, at her place, : :.
that instead of..midn"g.Water wi1i L TA
-s.., o31 .h f s do rF AVOR -0 -Miu
she act in sc a-rreasonaiP"way_ .-.
that all ter dustor'ers "are pleased '-. ,
with her and that this is the reas D ed -
Direct -Piasea
on for which the numb'trs of buy a ^-...
ers are always increasing. .. T._,' INi
You will never see her in the .
situation one often sees th9se~ ...
milk sellers ini town-therlt',U ONLY. 34'- SsS
running down the gutter-.tl"w :" n.- '.. A&'.
there by inspectors who f,.udAd .-, ..' "- .
their milk contained too -muci. ..
water. .. --. I "a, '


EBN'ESt JEAN-LOUIS :
RETUB la WORK .
Mt'. ErieiJean-Loeis, Director
of the Lyc e de. Petit-Gohve sPe.
t t1ie cSe~haine Saintep at,. (e
Capital, visiting with friends. He
returned to the gr6at coffee-prdd-
ucing center to'get a h6ad-start
for the opening of schIol on April
9th.


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THE PARIS OF AMERICA
i-New. Orleans. as any you can find in France.
...My C her Pierre, oNouvelle=Orleans was at one
vly r erre time a very sinful city, but there
-.'w'm writing to you from Nou- has been change in govern-
"Vyele-Orleans which is called meant and it is not sinful any
tle 'Parls df America, because more. As in France they have
,:everybody, here speaks English. closed up all the brothels. Per-
ti is truly the gastronomic capitol hapt that is another reason why
..of the Unimtd States amd thanks tuey call it the Paris of America.
.to -our own French influence it Tiher& is a rue called Bourdon
.has preserved--such tradi- Street which comes as near as
tions as the two-hour lunch, anything to our Pigalle. You can
"drinking wine within meals, putt,- hear very good jaz America-
:.ing chicory in coffee, and open- in and also'you may see sonie
.Ing bars early in the morning very fine American girls danc-
Hso people can get a drink on ing and- throwing "away their
the way to work. Pierre, we made clothes on the stage. If I hadn't
Ia terrible error when we sold come directly from Paris, Pierre
.-.Louisiana to .the Americans. We Ijthink I would have been shock-
should. ha held. on to it and '6d. The only difference between
sold them, Tunisia instead. Cven -Bourdon'fStreet and our Pigalle
Swe nebded4thenmoney we could .is that on Bourdon Street the
at least hive& kept Nouvelle-OrA bosom, must always 'be covered,
leans. while as you know in Mon-
When we littlee American amntret he bosom must iaever
cismine, my. cheramii. we must be.
'-not include Nouvelle-Orleans. One of the sad things about
i'l have eaten tournedos HaWaiian Nouvelle-Orleans, I have been
.a .Antoine's, barbecued -lake told, ig that there is not gamb-
Si'shrimps at Pascales Monale, crab ling in the city anymore. The
Btneat remoulade at Pontc arrain Comissariat of Police has closed
."Hotel, trout marjorie' at Gala- down all the houses of' chance
'..toire's and crepes suzettes at and many of the city's best citi-
.Brennan's, and believe me Pier- .zens have taken their roulette
.:re, it has been agastrofnomic ex- wheels and cards and moved on
,'perience. Even the smaller bist- *to Havana and other places of
'ros such as Tujagues, Crinne amusement. The taxi drivers are
-flunbar and Maylie' .. i ..,' sun- 'extremely depressed by the si-
|:perlb food, and it 1ay6'7e',a', ttuation. One of them who mis-
zttriotie of me to&say: this,"but took me for'h cajun told me S mn'ny of -the dishes: ar' s' good 1 police are. ruining this fown. Be-
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P launches, Cal ,.W Fed-Ciment, Clous,
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VflJJ T'JROPICANA
V1O :MNE CAIJVAIftE ICdosi to Place) PETlON-VILLE
fer? tPw solution foqrl th6se who prefer the personalized
I".. -"- omforts of a moderkguest-house.
..- ]ASONABLE fcATES
r- ropnetor Ms.M. arpreth Cameron'- -Phone 7414
... Sti Ni its Always CARANE CHOUCOUNE

IiI 4:00 A.V.,SUNDAY -,

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HAITI SUN


fore, we could steer someone to 'force. Tell the French Navy to
a gambling casino and get maybe keep on the alert. They may
$20 or $30 from the house if the have to sail at any time.
guy dropped a pot. But now we Your cher ami,
can hardly make a living. 'We Francois.
steer a guy to a bad restaurant, (Ed. Note: One of our U. S.
we get maybe 50 cents. It's bad Subscribers sent the above interc
for the prosperity of the town. epted column by the famous Art
I can't keep money in circulation Buchwald, with a foot note that
like I used to,b Haiti should publicize its cooking
The people from Noavdlle-Or- more. The Savory cuisinee Hai
leans are very nice to strangers. tienne* is a combination of Fre
They practice something called neh and Creole dishes that do
eSodthern hospitality which is something special to the palate,
a form of American politesse dif and the menus are composed
fereit from Northern hospitali- from vegetables, fruits and staple
ty-that in Nouvelle-Orleans they es fresh from.the gardens of our
don't bring you the check in a peasants. This fact should be wid
restaurant until you ask for it. ely publicized.
They are a hard drinking, soft Visitors- eCbming to Haiti will
spoken people, who have kept be just as delighted with -our
up French tradition and differ exotic cooking as they are with
from us only in that they honk other. surprises awaiting them.
their auto horns in public. t have IwJhy some of the better hotelsgo
tried to explain we don't do this overboard in serving 'canned
in Paris anymore, but no one fruits and vegetables, hot dogs,
here believes me. etc. which are plain, ordinar.v
Thqile I arn here I have taken f 6re for stateside guests is some-
it upbn myself to try to see the thing we. cannot understand. It
Governor ibnut getting Louisia-; would be 'a ,good idea if these hot
na back for France. I will ex- els would do a evolte-face) and
plain it was all a mistake and fall into line with those masters
we really intended to sell only of the culinary art that are help
Martinique. We will compensate ing to make Haiti famous by spec
theni for all their trouble ( we talizing in French and Creole
mpy have to get a loan from the 'cooking, that are to be enjoyed
United States to do it) and even at Hotel Choucoune, Ibo L6I6,
if we hare to give them Cambo- Splendid. Villa Creole and Le
dia and part of the .Riff moun- Picardie Restaurant Orloffson
tains it will be worth it. I hope The meals served guests in these
it doesn't come to this, but if establishments are making them
they won't listen to reason, Pier- world renouneed.
re. we miht have to resort, to M ..


SUNDAY, APRIL 8th 1956


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S ZnDAV APRIl. 8th 1956


Inter-American Law
Gets Big Ford Grant

The Ford Foundation has giv-
en $1,000,000 to four law schools
to aid in Inter-American studies.
Those receiving the grants
were the law schools of New
York University, $375,000; South-
ern Methodist University, $250,-


000: University of Texas, $100,-
000: and Tulane University, $275,-
000.
The announcement said that
new material is being prepared
for the law schools in English,
Portuguese and Spanisl;t to
help lawyers in the western he-
misphere to understand better
the legislative and legal systems
of their neighbors.


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HAITI SUN


Safety Record Wins
Award For GMC
CHICAGO The
National Safety Council annoUlnc-
ed today rhat General Motors


plants operated the entire year
without a !ost-time accident to
one of their employes.
Of the approximately 525,000
hourly-rate and salaried GM em-
ployes in the United States, 99.70


had earned its 'Award of Honors per cent worked last year with-
for outstanding safety perfor- out time because of occupational
mance in 1955. Last year's achie- illness, or injury sustained whilee
cement set in all-time safety re- at work.
cord for, the company. In receiving the award Harry
Presentation of the Council's AV. Anderson. vice president in
highest awards marks the ele-- charge of the personnel staff,
venth timt during the,past 14 said:
years that General Motors has cGeneral Motors erployes
received this recognition for its once more have proved the value
safety pracices, it was announc- of intensive plant-wide safety
ed. programs. The personal interest
The Council's 4-ecords disclos- displayed by our employes and
ed that GM's 1955- safety record their, supervisors in making GM
was better than that of any au- plants safer places to work and
tomobile producer and that 15 their desire to tielp sustain the


Hungarians meet over *Homard Flamb. '.af', HItel Chouco ne. Jolly
Budapest born Ernest Koves. aid wife' Itrene ore. content w.it fir
8-day visit here.-The director of the Kenn.rd Hotelf oDuW.ahp. .
discover Haiti and even a fellow Hun garit-2-ewpe Kni.; .mng.er
of the Hotel Chmwoune. Mr. Koves worked his tway tq the top 'inthe
U.S. via England and India. He met his'wife during the war in the
service. Director Pierre Chauvet of the Tourist Office saw to it that
the visitors inspected all of Haiti's hotels and sawpled the cooking.
They stopped at the Riviera.


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earning power of their fellow em-: *i
ployes is reflected in fftis excel-:".:
lent record. ;:
eThe accomplishment is even
more noteworthy in view of the .'
fact that it was attained during .
a year of record production and
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1CARIBBEAN BRACES r cockpit o c
the next few mon
FOR a world fair in'
FRepublic to goat
(Continued from page 1) bago and you've g
:.' All over the country, person- in most places, is made by tra- of a pretty good
; nel managers reported long wait- vel experts of Pan American liday factory.
S ing lines of grim-faced employes, World Airways, the only airline All-time travel
their frostbitten fists clutching serving all of the major resort been set to most o
.. slips of paper. inscribed with ports of call in the Caribbean. ed islands during
.: three alternate vacation prefe- The major advantage of this er. Virtually all of
Srences all beginning practical- onetime pirate's playground is ed visitor figures
'. ly immediately. that it's as handy as a bottle cent ver the sa
S"At any rate, the prediction is opener in a hotel room and as i955
ii being'freely made that some 450,- different as a $3 banknote. cWhen those p
S000 visitors will be taking wing Even* a wage slave with only
this year for the Spanish Main, two weeks freedom from a hot home and start
i. hoping to revive tired blood in typewriter' hs 'plenty of time where they went
peaceful spots where blue wat- to island-hop among the tropic saw, its g(ing to
.., mo.e travel feo- th
Users rinse powdery white beaches, ltnds that are gaily French, ro- moe tavel
...' flame colored trees make 'tun- mantically Spanith, traditionally summer, a PAA
1. nels out of quit country readf British and pin-nat Dutch. The. points out lsla
irt and blue mountains. backdrop closest of them are within an going to be pretty
I -b, P earA
: quiet lagoons..'. hour's flight of Miami byP .. yeard.ti
An estimate that this year's th" frtiet Only about tine "x caddti. to
"* Caribbe4qftravelI will be 10 per hoprs from Tim es a. trip Excursion b
". cent abovd last year, with a rush Add to this ccesslblity, ,the b PAA; travelers
,.. comirfg this spring and summer. fact that attractions in'-tlh hit- summer will bene
,'. ,. .. season hotel rates
S ".i ng about April V
Snerally 10 to 409
SthaA t.he winter pP
I n general, a
St'. ill'range from
a day,. depend11g
1 A traveler wpnts hi
Sinclu e such thin
polo field or ju.
table aecommodal
ple meals end lo.
a palm-shaded be
The average I
will range fromA'$
.LI per vacation, w
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of $20 to $30 a d
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SChoucoune, for U.S. Secretary, of the fl aD Chijles S. "Thomas ,are:
(From left to right) Mrs. Jacques Frungois, 'wfe of the Secretary o
p .tte for. the .Prqsidency; Minister.T~~t 6~'Shijfo~
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quest during "g-ra,iJer wherever he may want -one is rup.iored to wear costu-
ths range from :'I ;-, in ?re Caribbean, includ- 1 mes at night and all during the
the Dominican -.ng n,.t]l. ,--eals, sightseeing and last two ciays of the fiesta, and
races in To- n r',rmal amount of souvenir the carnival jumbies wil get
;ot the makings Shopping. then it' they don't.
day at the ho- Witrever he wants to go can But they'd probably want to.
cc\%er a multitude of islands. Pan wear one anyhow for the pub
records have Americai has a $36 round trip crawling, quadrille dancing, moc-
f the sun-splah- beLween Mia-mi and either Nas- ko jumbi contest, calypso sing-
,the past winter ajau or Havana, both just an hour ing, barber shop quartet ompe-
f them record- away ':n time but completely fo- titlon. coronation ball, roas' a ti-
up 15 to 85 per :reign .n atmosphere, rnes and bamboushays. Steel
.me period in C-- there's the 30-day limit bands and something called fun-
PAA iland-hopper that, for $212. gi band will bring on street
people get back 40. wjill take a sun-seeker from dancing and no wonder!
talking about New York to Puerto Rico, Whe Nearby 'Puerto Rico will cele-
and what they Dominican Republic, Haiti, Ja- brate Fomenjo Week in May,
generate a lot maica, Cuba and back to Miami with industrial and county fairs,
'us spring and c.- around the circle the other parades, contests, street dances
travel expert way. 4 and parties, all honoring the in-
nd-hopping is On April 8, Pan American is dustri1l development of the tro-
.ty" popular this inaugurating a special $50 round- pical island under the, American
trip rate between Miami and flag.
special round- Camague3y, Cub'a, and between Gay. cosmopolitan and specta-
iargains set Up April 15 and Decernber, 15, for cular Haiti is in a dancing mood
this spring and another sample, there will be a all the year round 'and there's
'fit trotn f off iG-day Clipper excursion bet- no reason to suppose she'll slow
i, usually start ween Miami and either Kingston down now. The gay French spirit
15, that are ge- or Montego Bay, Jamaica for on- also pervades Martinique and.
per cent lower ly .SW. Guadeloupe.
eak rates. Conscious of their'chances of Virh'tually as easy to reach as
accommodations hi-fing the junketeers jackpot any of the major resort centers
about $7 to $25 this spring and summer,-the Ca- are a dozen little off-beat Carib-
on wbetiler the ribbean islands are eoncentratr bean hideaways, each ,with its
is ,facilities to' ing on keeping their blandish- own special brand of comehither.
ngs as a private ments bright. There are the black sand bea-
t clean, connfor- The spectacular, mxlti-million c s of Cuba's Isle of Pines, le-
atiorns viti- am- dollar Dominican worIld fair for gendary site of Stevenson's class-
afing sjace 6n peace and prjgressb had beh d:e- ic, .Treasure Island.a The ghost
each. signed. to close this .spring, ,but il obfti *n "Crusoe lurks along
tarff probably Dominican officials have' "dee-0lth tiee-shbded trails. and lonely
$10. to $19 a *y cd to keep Rt open all ya. bb 'h" "f "Tbago::, Barba"d is
ith m s.i. Ta- Carnival tinzie the Virgin .E-, shockika, g lite ending a' slice of
-that a..amet -lands will be gayer *hah :evetstald-YV .ria, rngland in the
ay will take the during its AWilV '28'...R:E_ trqpidq.''...V.e spic-and-span Dutch
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SUNDAY, APRIL 8th 1956


CARACAS BEING
PREPARED FOR
AVIATION STUDY MEET
Preparations are now underwa.,
in Caracas for the opening of
the Tenth General Assembly of
the International Civil Aviation
Organization, to be held from
June 19 to July 17.
With approximately 300 dele-
gates from 67 nations the Assem-
bly will study the overall avia-
tion situation in the Internation-
al field, its progress and its fu-
ture. Different technical, econo-
mic and administrative matters
will be brought out to the mutual
benefit of international aviation
throughout the world.
Work will soon begin
on o&g~aizing the 'diffe-
rent administrative and tech-
nical sections to work within
the machinery of'the conference.
expected to start employing ne-
cessary personnel at once and
this personnel will be increased
as the organization progresses.
i\

Lamothe Commemorated
Oh Radio.Wediesday
SThe cUnion Culturelle'Haitien-
"ne, in conformity with its pro-
gram of magnifying the memory
S' of great citizens who have en-
riched the national patrimony
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radio program dedicated to the OAS Diplomats. Visit
late Ludovic Lamothe over MBC
Wednesday night, commemorat- Port-au-Prince
ing the anniversary of the death
of the great composer. Mr. Ale- Eight diplomats, Latin Ameri-
xandre Verret, well-known pia- can delegates to the Organiza-
nist, spoke of the immortal tion of American States ( OAS
works of Lamothe, and several of arrived as visitors to Port-au-
his recorded compositions were Prince the latter part of' last
played. week: Mr. Jesus Zarate Moreno,
Counsellor of the Colombian De-
Monday Sees Opening legation; Messieurs Georges Al-
Monday Seesvarez Macel, Fernando Lobo and
SMrs. Geiza McDucald, members
Of Legislative Session of the Brazilian Delegation; Mes-
sieurs Mario Valen-uela and Se-
The eldest member of the gio Figueroa, Chillan Delegates,
House of Deputies and the Se- Mr. Alvar Antillon, Delegate
nate will act as Presidents, assist- from Costa-Rica, and Mr. Angel
ed by the two youngest mem- 'Rubio, Delegate from Panama.
bears as secretaries, in the open-
ing session of the Leglslatite Other diplomats who visited
Chambers tomorrow, April 9. the country last week included
In conformity with traditional Mr. Fernando Moralbs Macedo,
parliamentary procedure, Senat- Commercial Attache of. the Co-
or Lorrain Deroux will preside lombian Embassy at Washington,
over the Senate, assisted by Se- Mr. Li Chao, Chinese Ambasss-
nators Ernest Elysee and Emile dor in the Dominican Republic,
Jonassaint as secretaries. The Mr. Rudolf 'Leonard' Miller Pli',
Chamber of Deputies will be card, Lieut'nant-Commander of
headed by President Augustin the Canadian Navy, and Miss Ce-
Prophete, with Deputies Gonza-' leste Nuniz, Secretary of the Uru-
les Jean-Louib and Meresse Wol- guayan Embassy at Havana.
cley serving as Secretaries.
Immediately following the for- Gossett, Heckathorne
rmal opening ceremonies the fiin-
al election of officers for the Le- Attend PA A
gislative Ses.ion will follow in
both Houses. Conference

David E, 'Gossett, PAA. district
traffic and files manager for
o W aa Port-au-Prince, and; Malcolm B.
SHeckathorne, station manager,
Bi j J ~ represented Haiti at Pan Ameri-
can Airways' regional conferoice
at San Juan, Puerto Rico, from
r sat & AApril 3-6.


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Three score officials from 27
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ca and the Caribbeah, served by
PAA's Latin Amnierican. Division,
reviewed their most successful
year in 1955, and planned pro-
motion of even greater tourist
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t;ow ,:t6 nrovide even better
handlin?,-. aloft and on the'
ground, for the growing air traf-
* fie thr'odghout the Americas was
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four day meeting at San Juain's
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anniversary on April 1st. The
daily was wounded in 1907 bythe
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newspaper circles as sJ'Amirab.
Since his death the dell has
been published by his Ison Frrik
and his widow, Mrs. Clement
Magloire. e'Haiti Sun& selzesthis
occasion to present its congratu-
lations' to Le Matins and its
brilliant '.quipage.,


*PAGV 15", 'X

Mme. Georges Leclerc Dies
Funeral services were held & at'
Eglise Sainte Anne on Tuesdpay :
afternoon for Mrs. Georges Le-,,
-clerc. The former Claire ,tn:
g.os, 77 year old mother of he 'th'
well-known businessman, Paiul.!
Anson, passed away Monday,,
night At the General Hospital.
A large number of relatives.'
and friends formed the ccortege'
from the General Hospital" for
the highly esteemed member oif:','
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PETITION

Sir, no man's enemy, forgiving all
4. But *ill his negative inversion, be prodigal:
Send to us power and light, a sovereign touch
;. .Curing the intolerable neutral itch,
'. The exhaustion of weaning, the liar's quinsy.,
; And the distortions of ingrown virginity.
Prohibit sharply the rehearsed response
And gradually correct the coward's stance;
i. *. Cover in time with beams those in retreat
o That, 'spotted they turn., though the reverse were great;
Publish eachfihealer that in city lives
I. Or country house at the end of .di-ives;
Ar:: Hrow the house of, the dead;'look shining at
*w" .New styles of architecture, a change" bf heart.,
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t." The either of this poem, author and the wife of a city
written some years ago, is Brit-, planner have contributed. One
..ish-bomrn and Anglican, W. H Au- nfan, who once stood in the free
.. den, one of America's greatest meal line at thq hostel, turned
1 contemporary poets. This month, in pension checks totaling $98.
M;' Auden did something which in-
'dicates he practicess what he Meanwhile, the judge, having
n.' preaches. conferred with lawyers for Miss
.:.. Day and for the New York De-
The story began many years apartment of Housipg, and learn-
Sago, twenty-two to be exact. For ing that the house was a chari-
it was in the desperate years fol- table institution, set aside the
S.. lqwing .the October, 1929 stock fine, bt-insisted that within the
... market crash those pev.er-to-bei month something has to be
i:. forgotten depression years"when. done to make this building comp-
;, Dorothy Day, a one-time writer ly ..
ii. and later co-founder of'tbt In- l '...:
V.ernational 'Catdli.Worker moa r .Kn iin. that"'to fireproof the
,-. -vement, began her ministry to hostela'4qiould.: oot-$28,000, Miss
:,, the por... In- 9 I.4; a.hem spnedi iDay-decijdthat,We'llgo ahead
P-- -the House of Ho;pitalify in Man- & tl' h 'Af-architect and just pray.a
;:V-;hattan.. where food, comfort and' ..
'.cbnsolatiol for.,Bowery derelicts nsABvH WAS.A GOOD MONTH
: were offered free. Ever' sinee, sFr iATlloICS
200 to 300 poor, ,unfortunate and..
Saged persons have been fed dai- March has been a big month
Ay ,y and 60 lodged each night in for Catlhri aron the world.
.the spotless hostel. In little Ways as m the story
2.. a .bout. the Qet and the missiona-
SMone has never ben ple.int- ry a 'id big ;Ways as. indicated
. '.but0 :somehow they got along. by 'the worid.wide celebration 6f
V:7 At'ieast they got along nitil se- poe rtus XI's 80th birthday
Syeral weeks ago, when the City and by the honoring of the 400th
y olew- York imposed -1 1250 fine anniversary of the death of Igna-
S-on Dorothy -bay's four-story, for. tins Loyola, fonderof the Je-
Smer settlement house hostel for suits, Cathoics have been busy
Snot' meeting fire.regulatlons and and thankful.
ordered her to evict her 60. char-
,..ge s The Pope was celebrated in
Nevertheess, with unflinching many ways and by many people.
;faith and determination, the A commemorative volume, will
morning of the court trial, she' show how probably no other
w:. prayed to St. Joseph, the patron Pope has had so many visitors,
saint of workers. As she left the made so many significant pro-
hostel, the usual group of shoddy, nouncenents on social justice,
'; needy men waited for distribu- peace, International relations and
*; .tion of free clothing. One, no lpd the church through such
Less, no more shoddy than the troubleswne times.
y 'rest, stepped up to. the white-
" haired, bespeekled, 57-year-old T'wo-Tundred and twenty-five
,wo.mpan. ,r cilenro
Woman. children from 25 countries gave
.him birthday cake. A five-year-
c I just read about your trou- old Italian boy, speaking for te
ble, he said. 'I want to help out rest, recited, One Jesus Christ
Sa. little bit ard the fine. said; rLet the little children
Here's two-fifty.v come unto me. We thought- that
S Jubilant with the gift lust as Jesuson His birthday saw
*' .-of $2.50, Miss Day than k. children come to Him with their
S:ed the ma o and hurried flowers; their birthday cake and
on.. to'cIue It wasn't "uutlU their well-wishes, ,so you would
Sshe got onto the subway that he be pleased to receive us, whe
b,, had thne to look at the cheek. come from countries all over the
SIstead of benlag for $2.50, it was world.
for W$250; not a little surprised
S she "oted at the signature W. There were three days of pray-
SH. Anien. afPoets do look a bit er for the intentions of the Pope,
unpessed, don't theq?' she re- in Ireland and Portugal. The Unit
arked later ed States, Brazil, India, Belgium,
Since the day the Pulitzer Switzerland, South Africa, Fran-
Prize winning poet, who many ce, -Lustria, Spain, Germany, Me-
years before had written the xico, Columbia arid Hungary,
poem above which so well ex- among others, had special mass-
presses why he gave so generous- es.
ly to Dorothy Day, contributed
this gift to the hostel for down- Vatican staff members, who
trodden, other gifts have found all got salary increases in honor
their way to Miss Day. Now, of the occassion reported .that
$4,800 has been collected, toward more than 100,000 letters, 14,000
the $28,000 needed to fireproof telegrams and 50,000 letters from
the building. A state senator, a Dutch school children have been
Quaker meeting, students,, an received. One little resident of

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Trieste wrote, Even if you're
a little old, may you continue to
do good.b The Pope has ,seen all
the principal messages hi4nself.

The. Pope appeared before a
crowd of 30,000 well-wishers and
has. welcomed cardinals from all
over the world. Thirty-nine offi-
cial groups from abroad have
gone to Rome.

Cabeled Mayor Robert Wagner,
of New York, ,You have con-
demned the fallacy that might
makes eightt and denounced the
use of force as a means of settl-
ing international disputes. s
Also of significance is the ce-
lebration :'cr St. Ignatius LoVola
who died 400 years ago. He once
said, al must let myself be led
and moved as a lump of wax lets
itself be kneaded.-' The largest
teaching and missionary order
in the Catholic church, the Je-
suits across the U.S., earlier this
month, held .140 special masses
and breakfasts-for alumni of Je-
suit schools.

* Ever s4nce Loyola founded the
order, cFor the Greater Glory of
Gods, it has distinguished itself
by-sending Francis Xavier to
India and countless other mis-
sionaries to Japan and South
America (where hardship and
martydom were typical stories
from survivors), by demonstrat-
inf strength and leadership in
Europe's couzter-reformation
and by establishing universities
and schools throughout the
world. In the past 400 years, 27
Jesuits have been canonized and
143 beatified.
Thus Catholics had much in
which they could rejoice during
the month of March.


SUNDAY, APRIL 8th 1956


PROFESSEU TI-RORO
Icite, yo reler touted moune mate. Nan .'Amerique Latine yo reler
toute moune Doctor. A Vienne, yo reler toute moune. professeur. Si
gan oun moune icite qui m6riter routes noms Va yo, c6 Ti Roro.
C'0 oun maite Tamobu. C'e oun Docteu nan Tambou. C'e oun pro-
fesseu. Li baille lemons tambou. Oun quantity Amtricains ac Amnricai-
nes ap pren, lemons tambou nan main Ti Roro. L6 l'camper derrie
tambou'l, Eleves li yo ap gader nan point oun seul professeu sou la
te qu' capab gan plus belle pause pass Ti Roro.
Ous maite di Ca ous vlez, Ti Roro pas manquer pause. Li gan oun
decorum sou-li qui pas pitit, oun dtgagette qui remplact toute pale
france, oun grand lageu blancs yo obliges respecter. M'ap rnander
pou qui c'd amaricains seulement qui ap' pren lemons tambou. Poa
qui Ca ti negs Haitiens pas apprenne batte tambou. Gan oun jou, Jean
Brierre t6 di ca Jkrdmie, toute moune t6 reler. L6 yo fine. rler, yo p6.
Gan oun bagaille qui clai devant zyeux'm- Si oun jeune gaqon qui
fine passer bacalaurtat'l, qui conne paler france, anglt, pangnol, le-
ver, I'apprenne. batte tambou bien. L'agprenne musique tou. Li fai.
tout Ca pou'l fai pou'l oun maite, oun docteu, oun professeu nan battle
tambou. Hin bin, oun ti neg Haitien cpn ca- pas p'janme gan pou avii
tke li nan chercher place rEtat si l'vler alle l'Ecole de Droit con
tcoute moune, li capab fai'l en mm'e 'temps. Si I'vler ecri sou journal
con toute moune,. I capkb fai'l tou en meme temps. Non seulement.
manger'l assure. Si c'6 oun ti cochon qu' gan talent, qui macher co'l,
li dan pou'l riche. Li gan pou toute journal Atranger ap' publier nom'L
Li gan pou'l renne viA ti pays'l 1A plusse service pass oun quantity
'madigras qu' ap raidi co',yo nan oun jaquette nan toutes ambassades
et ltgations nous gangnin A Paris, A Washington, A Honolulu, m' pas
connin enco.
Est-ce qui ous out Ti Roro ac toute coquinne chainne richesse li gan
nan plat main'l Ia, ap' paraite pou'l salanguer ]'Europe ac l'Amerique
en has ]a parole? Gangnin oun seul grand cote qui ta cabpab r-signer
pou'l pas inviter neg-ga?
Est-ce qui ous out oun ti intellectual Haitien qui capab paler ac
Aimt CUsaire, ac Jacques Prtvert, ac Michel Leiris en France, a.
Arthur Miller ac Tenesiee Williams New York, ac Alejo Carpentier,
ac Nicolas Guillen, ac Jorge Mallack, ac Que c6 Djo, Que c6 Quanne
nan l'Amtrique Latirie monter sou tambou pou'l fai oun peau cabritte
paler baille toute mioune ca yo? CotA yo pas'p' inviter Ambassadeurs
ac Minisses, oun ti neg Haitien con Ca, c'6 pou'l t. IA.
L6 m' oue u'ap, bttiser. ac bagaille sdrieux con ca, quand m' out
nous rete-r chita'sou baton queue nous n'apoccuper ranee, n'ap decri
ti poime; n'ap mouri grand gout, n'ap apprenne esteno-dactylo pou'n.
bousquer "mn ti. place nan mninistk, ou bien Point Quatre, pou' a reter
.canni derril oun bureau jouque jou yo casser nous! Va toujou gan
,.moune qui pou coptenter yo fai ti djob con Ca. IMTinz pou oun jeuttne
n'homme qui gan nanme sou i, plein 1'auite bagaille cou apprenne
batte tambou con'Ti Roro. By MORISSEAU-LKROY


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Sutton Thaws part of .a yeir's work'by Travel -having trouble talking turkey
Her Afte R sa Editor Horace Sutton on the far. here in Turkey will get immense
:,'Here After Russia flug travel front during 1955:' help from a rcrewdriver. A screw-
r' (Continued from page 1) Saturday Revlew,'of Literature. driver, hereabouts, is a mixture
es en iJanuary. MIAMI BEACH- We ot' vodka aii, orange jwce which
Tuesday eening.'the Orlof- have been down to the 'white everyone drinks because a viski
son's show night, saw Horace at sands of Mipmi 'Beach to attenrid soda colts $2.86. To say it the
*the head 6" the dinner.. ta& e the 'opening of the Fontain&- local way you call for a skru-
' with invited guests that included bleau, a $14,000,000 hotel that dravr,' which is more or less how
his mother, who came over fr9m seems destined to start a rash of you pronounce it after you-ve
., -Montego Bay' and stopped off at parleyvous where even Berlitz had one.
El Rancho fdr -the '.I oqn g, Wouldn't 'expect it..' it was one Aust BUENOS AIRES
-weekend, Danish damsel Lone 'of ite few pieces in town where Fron all indications i R is the laS
S y lv'es t.er and local talent the guests a md the walls were afternoon o John Sunday. For thelat
t.he shoW, drummers and dan- getting plastered at 'the same the restless legionS of American
eers.were as spectacular as au- time... .. travelers.ho will on, day dis
thentic ritual rites and slngef' May. YUGOSLAVIA: ... Here cover the Argentine, n the dawn
Adrienne Dejoie cuddled up 'to you can watch the capitalstic is barely breaking through the
the mike and made reo~q sdngs, yachts,.bob -in the social demo- dark night of unknown. When
into pert love songs. cratic waters, dance away the the sun is u. it ought to e a
Horace sailed' away on a New communally-owned 'night, drink great come-and-get-it day.
York bbuid Glipper Wednesday the sli.vitz aistillod by commun- oed giIaa
promising to return before he al effort from eotmmunally-grown HORTICULTU.RAL- FAIR
sets sail for Tahiti later this plume.- Should you havb a hang- ON MAY 1ST
year. over 'next morning, however, it's .
Hore ate a few datelines from. all yours.' The .Direction, Gdniral de i'A-
around the. globe that represent July. ISTA.RIBUL: Anybody griculture wishes to advise the
^^ ^, S ^+----.---- gricultare wishes to advise the
-.**r* ,** ""- public of Port-ad-Prinde that on
E$SGUSH LINEN SITJNG i -- the occasion of the Horticultural
,. Exposition on My' lst, prizes
w will be given for the gardens
Colour Right ., judged the most beautiful in
"", Pr..e Righit "+. :*.. V .Port-.au-Prince as folows: 1 Pri-
y .h + ze of $100.00; 3 prizes of $50.00;
Qiitiy 'Rg4 t s prizes of $25.00;.


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Members: Mr. Lugien Cantave,
Mr. &Eranek Jeanton,
Mr. Albert Mangones, Mr. Re-
ne Vlllejpint,, "
Mr.. Joseph, V1ocy, Mr. Ray-
mbnd Doret, .. ....
lMrsi Paul ,Corvingtota, Mrs.
Ernst Liautaud, and-'Miss Mona
Davis. "
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s.on of the Administrltion ComA
,,iual" -of PdOrt-au-Prince. En-
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Haiti s Ambaspa&lor 'in Venezuela Pierre L. Hudicourt and AmbassadorC
Arroho Parej,' Venezuelan Ambdssador in 'Haiti. He was taken to th*e
Foundry at Mgr.' Gialoux Street, whtre he viewed the Statue of'6
Pdtion by, Montagutelli. He told 4m4assakdor Huhcicort',, Haiti can'b.i
proud fto /offer; this statue of Pdtion to Venezutla and of Montaguteit".,
Any scutlitoq.should be happy 'i sign this 'Work.* happily drinking"..
champdg.e to Hait-Venezuela- friendship, see photo abi e, with Da-.
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adldi-,'.g, t fpelf..oaft;'t.. deign the Socle for the statue.. Having.
rett.Presd4nt Mag .reduring'his tour df Caracas two years ..goo the'7!
Venezuelan architt.'told r. .Thearo, *Will. you .Oesent my b:.,.
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'.*' edtse .o"s. ^hy -a yea her prmoin "h ew
:.. b the p
t' he Queen of Sheba became Mrs. Ruth Blaehwpll, represen- on
t" Q e Mther on e 6th and tatlve of thdi Bahai Ullate Faith, sad r
SwKadinl 'imm3t -:Pinton fia d arrived on March 25 on her third their
k," thaseves lteqpaopents t6o ten mission in Haiti. She will be join- is th,
i.. betful tro .ghre 1..ixer ed by her husband, Ellsworth. of Sc



b, elebrtifu hons 'by niigt errrp op rrt re r mN wY r i
pupi ples, FAght "t'oe children They are expected to spdnd a ed NL
neOd foster ..omes..tney may year here promoting the new many
be s'bnat -c-a h Piintoh,, Rue aorld-wide movement. the
t i. th w
"Pan, Ameriane, Petionville. x x last 3e
Mrs. Robert Baussan, wife of coup]
:. s bx x x the owner of Ibo Lele, returned dto
. ,. In -observance at;er ox the S.S. Ancon Monday. Dr.
I .wedding adversary, 6:r. and x X X from
- Mrs. Fdme Anrid will begin Secntor and Mrs. Fernmands
.. .celebrations by fVitig thire- Prosper returned from New York Wit
latives and friends to -attend the .Monday via Panama Lin .a
meSe d'a-tions8 de grace. which xxx rice
':,is being- said fdr them at Eglise ?4hr. and Mrs. L.P. Aggerholma no
du" Sacre Coeur de Turgeau to- sailed on the "cCristoblhb Mon- nager
morrow morning kt 6:30. Mrs day, enroute to Europe. The Rue Dr.
!:: and is the former Louise du Qua! importer still holds the hai
. Baind .,air in contempt and, spn h'pas- wer a
g-X'seeral d X ': tsion for sea travel. -. dayv
i '. %ls Ohilah e -Scutt and D;- XN x s compc
'i: i t, me..] s ...rt .bed o Apri Begin, o Th.rmsda, April and a
:28ithin' a.-030 PM.. ceremony at 12th and until the suriler vacan- An .
Eg f s 'k areCeeur de Tar- atin, Mrs. Davis with the Aisbas- broth
S geau x x sador, will be pleased to. receive have
xx. those who wish to call between Iblo I
!'; Under-Secretary of' Cnimerce the hours of five and seven on- retu.
..and Mrs. Aain Turnier spent Thursdays Gf ech wee]K. Mare
PJ several days .in i'their Jacnel ,. x x-s home
home last week. Egmauga 'ru, maild, clerk i there
] x.I x f4e National, and. MisA Manita price
Frittz Mews..qturnpd from the Simon, of Tbomonde, have eset ..Ad
U.& by Pan American on. Sun- tb,. ".dep fr.....AP.pil 28th' when tune,
day .they willk be wed at .Eglise, a p- term
lx, X tiae. de Tbh'io.nde, at 5:30. P.M. -y *c:
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SUNDAY, APRIL 8th 1956


*s, Lea St. Rome was able
ave the General Hospital on I
day ifter two weeks during
h she submittedd to a success-
operation. She is convalesc-
at her home in-Petion-Ville,
will resume her wdrk at Ma-
i Canez at the end of this
th.
rs. Lelia Carmant spent the
k in town. She returned to
home in Gonaives on Friday
noon.
rs. Louis Hyppolite, wife of
physician, flew to New York
'ueslay, after receiving the
iews of the death of her mo-
on Monday. Mrs. Hyppolite
e former Peggy Daugherty,
*henectady, N.Y., a Register-
urse who has visited Haiti
S times. She became
wife of the P-au-P medic
month in New York. The
le had only recently return-
their villa in ltsey where
Hyppolite is recuperating
surgery ,while in the. U.S.
x x
lh 11 year of service with
American to his credit, Mau-
Duchatellier has been pro-
d to Assisant Traffic Ma-

SDr.' Boreman, 'personal
cian of 'President Eisenho-_
rrived yesterday for a three-
isit at Castelhaiti. He is ac-
anied fy Mrs. Boreman,
Party of three.
ire Roosevelt followed
er Ted to-Miami Monday to
a similar operation. The
oele Manager is expected to
n in 3. weqks. Ted, Hotel, t
bout Manager, is coming
* this week. Apparently, ]
'is a wholesale operation 1
for families. -
niral -and Mrs. Burton -re-
ed,stateside last week end, ;
eating another annual high-,
wial 'Wvinter in Petion-Ville.


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Kurt Fisher is off to Florida on
-business... Fouad Moutrra is New
York bound today..: The Robert.
Nadals- are enroute fo Europe...
lHpwand and Janet Keenman went
to' 'Miami Friday..,. The Noustas
,clan return to school in New York
today... Lou and Michele Belfande
are in New York, ;'. Traffic Chief
Fritz Brierre. is: backd' fro a
health trip.... Mrs. Lucien Novella
and her son Didier lettAu 'Cap,
for six months jn F'rahne .Thurs-
day... Dr. Fred Iigtud olservd
his 21st birthday af: Rond Point
last weekend... Mr.-4 udwvig Koh-
letr was 80 Wednesday. ,
x xx
X X X '
Willy FriSch lubricated his birth
diay in Jacmel last. wee-ebnd with
the. help of the '-Franti 'Brandts,
Max Bolte6s, Aayrond XVilards."
x ,x x. X.
Chasd Whitman, Cruise-jDirector
of the 'SS.' ,Ev.gelintE Is spend-
ing -his ivacatidn ashore at Hotel
Choucoune. Mr. Whtti-an dined
with 9te Minister -of -Education
and C pmmere iand Mrs. Franck
Devieux, Wednesday evening.
x 'X ".' "' ..
Fredereic Boucaher"au returned
from Easter in Aux Cayes, all
smiles. He has made, a big date
with;. Jaqueline Sicutt.,
"xxx' *
Jacky Desehamps recently retur
ned, from' "studying Inca Civiliza-
tiob tj Mexico, celebrates his birh
day on the Ifth ,i -
.X X .
Dentist Lucien LeconRe leaves
bahelirhood behind on-the 28th
*whenzi he exchanges .I dos. with
loely Monique Chauvet. .
X"XX -
Judge, Daniel Fouchard went
this. 'Thursday for a weekend, in
Dominicap by quto.
x x x
Pretty. Kitty and Silent John
Motley, were down from Boston
4if rtered at .lbo Lele. John "com-
plet.d his mission to speak on-
ly:' French even .though it meant
graftfig a lot 1oi -e English words
onto ihe&,old language of 'Voltaire.
-He saw a wonix, wearing Cabane
SChoucoune 6-her 'lel&I, dive into
jtheIbl, Lel, lboI, :He went" duck
Bu ti g- i- ":.,,. ..... *: :
.'.. "+ ".., x' -" ,,A .
LolesetV Mdaeh nLila -re ,Agger
holm are going steady'-. "'A "
,x x ,, ','. o .. ".
."- .xic %
." Sherman Carpes, youhg in
i 'n.*w f Mount' Sinaj Hospitia wh<
S. W ..Bhip dppOtor, on the S.S. .Pa
:jah.ia.on. aA'15lay. trip, enjoyed
the ports of call, inclhtding P-au-P

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April 5th was the birthday an-
niversary of Mrs. Henri Delva.
Sx x X
'Messieurs Abbett, McCarthy, and
'Lovell were in town this week to
view the adegats. at Drouet. Mr.
Abbett was accompanied by Mrs.
Abbett.U
XbXX
D. George and Edith Hiudicourt
left fot a week i Puerto Rico. ,
.The "'physicians will attend the
Oth6-Rhino-Laringology and Opht-
almology Congress-
I .. X X .
Mr. and Mrs. Andre Vales are
the proud parents of a new son,
Alix. orn 'bon March 30th. Mrs.
VslAs is the former Paulette Ker-
nisan.
X X 'X
News has filtered through from
Parjs that Carol Madsen, the love-
ly daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Madsen, presently residing in the
"Citt'de Lumiere. will walk up-
the aisle this year.
X XX"
Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Villard
Alew to Jcmel, Tuesday, to attend
grAndaughter Dominique Vital's
third birthdayy party' on Wednes-
day. ;
-'XX
Arlene Smith is visiting ,here
with. parents (the. SCISP Smiths)
for a month. Arlene graduates in
September from the Union Me-
moral Hospital in Maryland.
Barbira Breier, of Brooklyn,
who is a missionary in Elemen-
tary Education in Long Island,
saw the Capital this week, flank-
ed bby her charming parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis'Breier. They stop-
.ped at El Rancho.
a k x
Ambassador Einar B. Lodrup,
Norvegian Ambaasador at Port-
au-Prince left for Havana las
Friday. -
xx--x
Vivacious Marion Tapman,
New York dress buyer and made
t specialist, arrived this week on
Sheer second vacation trip to Haiti.
Stoppln'g at Hotel Oloffson, she
said simply: el don't-have to give
you my impression of Haiti -
this is my second of a series of.
visits 1.plan as often as I can
get away. Marilon. is flying-home
today.
XXX
Miss Cecile McDerMWott, teA-
- cher of history In the New York
v' Public Sdbool System, arrived
i- Friday .n' her'first visit to Haiti.-
With a full command of French,
. after three years teaching atCha
teaurux, Pards, she Stated that
she was finding HIaiti so delight-
ful she was planning to return
in the" near fu.tdre, and to' be
sure to keep her promise, she
intentionally left several impor-
ta nt things to do for her next
visit: cEt voilh,, she said, 4 ainsi
je serai obligee de revenir dans
ce beau pays.) Miss McDermott
who is a guest at Oloffson Hotel
flies north today.,


['Tcimous since


Second year pupils of Ecole du
Sacred Ceur travelled to the Cap
his past week for a trek to King
Christophe's Citadelle.
*x x x
Mr. Max Bouchereau who recent
y resigned from his post as Hai-
ian Consul to Hamburg, Germany
s enroute to Haiti. Accompanied
by his wife. the former Madeleine
Sylirain. he is expected here on
.he 15th.
xxx
Miss Micheline Laudun, talent-
ed pianist, graduate of the Paris
Conservatory of Music, made a
lovely bride on -Tuesday evening
when she exchanged vows with
Raoul Denis, .ownel- of the -Bolte
de Musique, at Rue Pav6e. Follow
ing the celebration of the civil
marriage in Port. au Prince, the
couple received the nuptial bene-
diction at Eglise St. Pierre de P&-
tion-Ville, at 6:30 P.M., followed
by a reception at the home' of Mr.
and Mrs. Alphonse Denis (P6tion-
Ville), parents of the groom. Mrs
Tiboule Audant was Matron-of-Ho


More than three hundred guests
attended the reception at 'Mahot-
i6re la Fraiche, the vast property
of Mr. Pierr6 Assad who organized
the group of pals into a club,
whose activities center around
weekly meetings in agreeable
coftuntry surroundings.

In response to the toasts and
congratulations of his friends, Mi-
nister LataiUade. expressed his
thanks, and with reference to Pre
skdent Magloire stated: lI am ser-
ving only one man, and I will
perve him still when he shall no
longer be there. Even in case of
unpredictable, even unthinkable
circumstances, I shall still stand
at the side of him who is serving
us. all.
The banquet was closed by
well-turned speech by Mr. Richard
Contant, Co-Director -of Le Na-
tional.
Fortune6 Bogat is in Canada.
xxx


nor. and the Best Man was Serge AN EXCELLENT GUIDEBOOK
Laudan, cousin of the bride.
x x x Sood to be available in Port au
Ambassador Pierre Hudicourt's Prince bookstores will be -Mc-
Venbzuelan Tourist Deleg a t i o n, Kay's G'uide to Bermuda, the Ba-
flew ,home, to Caracas, Tuesd.a. hamas and the Caribbean. by
Kr. Boris. Consul of Haiti i6 Ca-..Eleanor Cowles Gellhorn. An iu-
racps, was a -member of the group, teresting section on Haiti deals
x x xS with everything front the proper
Mr. Stenio Vincent, ex-Presi- clothes to wear to cliniate and
den of the Republic, returned water supply and from night life
last Satui'day from a voyage de to places to find peace' and quiet.
santb* in the Cuban metropolis.
On hand to welcome him at Bo-
wen Field were Miss Risia Vin-
cent, his sister, and old friends
Raphael Brouard, Felix Viard,
Leon Alfred and Leon taleau.
xxx
-Mrs. Claude Najac of the. Tou-
rist Office underwent a success- ,
ful operation Tuesday morning -
at St. Franois' de Sales. ..
x x x ^ H iiBB^ ^
Prominent New York Attorney -
Leo Yesilanti and. wife Lelia
were here. two days at the Rivie-
ra. His lovely Grecian wife is
studying niodern dancing and
finds the local art most interest-
ing. _


xxx
A trio from 4Look Magazines
arrived at the 'Oloffson, yester-
day. Picture Editor, Ben Wic-
kersham aid staffers Margery
Richard and Iris Bauer will
spend a week here.
XXX
The Haitian Consul-'at Boston,
Mr. Edward D. Shefman, arrived
here on T hursday, aboard the'
eRAM.S. Mauetania*. He was ac-
companied by Mr. & Mrs. Charles
R. arney, great 'friends and ad-
mirers oY Haiti. Consul Sherman
was host at a brilliant reception
in Boston, in hofibr 'ot President
Magloire during his official visit
to the U.S. ast year.
'" xx
Miss Luciehne Miot flew State-
sides via Pan-American last Sun-
day. '
x x'x
Visibly moved by the warm
.friendship manifested in his b&
half on the occasion of his 47th
birthday anniversary on April 1st,
Under-Secretary - and National Defense, Mr. Roland
Lataillade, proudly received the
gift of a beautiful,'flag of'-Haiti's
tri-colors offered him by the
'Groupe de M.ahotiere, during a
banquet 'last Sunday. Deputy Ge-
rald #oumain who presented the
gift stated that it was sin token
of friendship and also of the fact
that you are well deserving of the
patrie.-


David an4 Jean Herman, and dr
weary, dreary North, Tuesday, e"
Ibo Lele in four years. The youn
as Ponce de Leon to advertise. th
iais will return with their child
next year.


run, Tegfetftaly .plodked home to the'
Riding their second eafjon at thi
ag couple' who'haqiwlte A s-d mucl
Mt area to their fellow, -Mimnci*e-'
ren. Mary '9,. T'm 7, Jo.ti ,4; -


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86/2 .., last weelc, with his wife and fellow shipmates Mr. and Mrs. L. Clarc.
laO s Utley, also of Pontiac.-Michigan. They called at the 'Sun. and CO.- -
.As f fided that they hoped the other ports of call on their Latin America
". cruise would be as interesting as Port an Prince.
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PAGE 20 HAITISUN
'-. -- ^ HAITI SUN


ALARMING SITUATION IN V.S...

(Continued from page 1)


the vitals of the economic 'struc-
-ture with a city-Wide boycott hain
protest against the arrest of their
leaders, the Negroes of Montgo-
mery have resorted to passive re-
sistance where in many casds the
whites are resorting to violence.
Congressman Powell advocat-
ed that a meeting of-the colored
and white leaders of the areas
of racial conflicts should be call-
ed by President" Eisenhower in
view of mediation. Up to the pre-
sent, he added, the President has
been complacently soft-peddling
the big issue. Cautiously under-
lining the words ego slow, of
the pacificists, Representative
PowelleU says that means at least
ego,.> and go temperately, as he
says that Stevenson has robbed
the word moderation Pof Its
true value. He showed contempt
for Stevenson and others who
are dodging the issue, and said
that Senator Kefauver reported-
ly spoke with some conviction on
the matter this past week in Flo-
rida. -
f The tall, handsome Represen-
tative who was sent t6 Congress
in every election since 1937 by
(his fellow Democrats in Harlem
(Manhattan) holds degrees from
Colgate University, Columbia
University, a Doctorate in Divi-
nity from Shaw University and
a Doctor of Laws degree from
.Virginia Union University. He is
the Pastor of the Abysinnian
,Baptist Chui&cb, fo'undd by his


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father, Adam Cltyton Powell Sr.,
one of the largest in New York.
His wife is'the world-famous pia-
nist Hazel Scott.
Back again in Haiti, his spiritu-
al 4ome, with his young son
*Skipper, Cqngressman Powell
is relaxing at Ibo Lele and en-
joying fishing in the Bay of
Port-au-Prince. They caught a
couple of jacks Wednesday after-
noon.
U.S. Ambassador Roy Tasco
Davis, gave a cocktail party in
honor of the distinguished visit-
or, on Thursday evening at the
Ambassadorial residence in
Bourdon. Congressman Powell
sails with Skippern on the re-
turn trips home, Monday via Pa-
nama fine.
TRAVEL TAX REPEAL.
GOOD DEAL

,(Continued from page 1)

American Division, said repeal 9f
the tax will. be bailed by every
government and tourist group in-
the affected area.i
The fax has applied to tavel
from the United States to- the
Caribbean Islands, Mexico% Cent
ral America and Pa!nama.
Morrison said the effect of the
measure is to reduce travel costs
by 10 per cent, thereby encdurag
ing many more tourists to visit
these popular tropical vacationl-
ing the city's bus lines '. empty
and with such a heavy deficit
that the interested parties are on
he point of refusing to take up
the option on their franchises.


"Seeking justice by striking


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-ands. Their dollars wil
throughot the economy
bankers Io bootblacks.


SUNDAY, APRIL 8th 1956 .-

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Typical savings on roundtrip
travel costs irom Miami are $ 3.60
to Havana and Nassau; $ 19.80 to
Panama; $ 10.44 to Merida, Me
xico; $ 13.50 to Port au Prince,
Haiti; $ 28.80 to Port Spain, Trini
dad; $ 13.14 to 'St. Thomas, Vir
gin Islands;, $ 8.60 to Sai Juan,.
Puerto Rico; $ 18.36. to San Sal
vador, -and $.16.20 to Tegucigal
pa, HWoduras .


WORLD HEALTH
DAY OBSERVED I

(Continued from page 1)

Hygiene.
The presentation of the First
,Prize in the Contebt ofEduca-
tional Posters was made by the
President of the Republic; addi-
tional prizes were presented by
the Minister of Pubic Health, '
the Director of ,Public. Health,'
the Dean of the Faculty of Medi-
cine, the Chief of Division -of
Public Hygiene, the Director of
SCISP and the Director of _the
C.C.I. Literary prizes were pre-
sented by the Director General
of the Service oft Pulic Health.
Atl11:00 A.M. the- scene was
switched to the Museum of the
Beaux-Arts at the Exposition Ci
ty, for the inauguration of spe-
cial exhibition ,The Insect, Ac-
complice of Disease,* with' Presi-
dent Magloire opening the qere-
monies.-
" A Recreative Session at the
Theatre de Verdure-, Massillon
Coicou took place at 6:30 P.M.,
under the auspices of the Minist-
er of Public Health,'Mr. EUle Vii-
lard. attended by Goverpment of-
ficials, and" 9 laigge public.


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Invalid character
'9642' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile126' 'sip-files00008.txt'
cb5627961ae4a72a3c99b07e337b7ed7
485613daf300a7155a7a6361cb53d06c7c568ac5
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T11:02:35-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7566' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile127' 'sip-files00009.txt'
2844dcd97104b961267d925f7ffe9d79
ccf2af38330ce83f83a69b73efb9b9a873c1cac7
'2014-05-16T11:04:55-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T11:02:29-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7234' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile128' 'sip-files00010.txt'
433584982d80d5addaa3d7b2df3de11d
ef72a18977b92c2db2634e0b5305dfd1b1eda272
'2014-05-16T11:05:24-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T11:03:12-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'3292' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile129' 'sip-files00005.txt'
7a9c4c1eb0d2988c264ae44b6e730213
a01575f300a211d8b6f34efca5862bc248f6eb49
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'49512042' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile13' 'sip-files00011.tif'
3ce790222f59a8160747cc94bd42420a
bd76e791df9a77a3c78a9891c3ecbce8e356679b
describe
'2014-05-16T11:03:09-04:00'
virus check
'950' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile130' 'sip-files00006.txt'
d11339145484592e0ea27fcc334f8b39
9267d8e07ad41f8cf464dde69794c2246aabecfb
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T11:04:32-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'374' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile131' 'sip-files00015.txt'
f50f2648f5d1056ec53e46d529daae56
435778c870884ef1e1e6a9c15f4be101ec33a7d2
describe
virus check
'2127' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile132' 'sip-files00016.txt'
f6e782ce79cc11458d7e9944db71f63c
a87271162fe11f88736980b6bd931425795b0edd
'2014-05-16T11:05:01-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'4857' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile133' 'sip-files00011.txt'
7aeed67d7bb439b94acf4b6ea7fb16cd
fa8f8420bf869df6314dd208ed178d8617acabe9
'2014-05-16T11:04:53-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T11:02:27-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10382' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile134' 'sip-files00012.txt'
1b8b966a8d179ebe9bd596c1ed370787
71ba8c20d4441536068ae334c5540f233c00cc77
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T11:02:37-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7508' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile135' 'sip-files00013.txt'
5f5f7a3f2052a95eca09c86e3866c0a6
b5a85a38b3d4c47a3f4b8da1f9619ad9636a193f
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'11817' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile136' 'sip-files00014.txt'
235480532b5533788185245ed34fac48
284a82540e779bf90a69802d32dd6fc0d55ac584
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T11:04:39-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8385' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile137' 'sip-files00017.txt'
4dc5d5290502b83d538d632246623fcb
58e6607070c3080e27c11732cf13b2bbc2e42967
'2014-05-16T11:05:39-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T11:03:44-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6421' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile138' 'sip-files00018.txt'
78e816a9dcc65b3bf27c2ddb64460e59
75bc6670825fdf1ff64567ba94548dba64b42402
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'12752' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile139' 'sip-files00019.txt'
96213f9666a7962d36dd988593f28a51
2f3de0fa86e7aca3c164328b090f261684b8c44e
'2014-05-16T11:05:14-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T11:02:55-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile14' 'sip-files00012.tif'
d8b4314beb0c33b45bc50a87ac51e4c5
1f691222ce6367e1ededc365d87e4655f62c3375
'2014-05-16T11:04:46-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T11:02:14-04:00'
virus check
'5796' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile140' 'sip-files00020.txt'
d27c8a6296fe605268b2213e2ae21bbc
0eb490b0498da3b1d7ebe5ec09cedf2416b5ed36
'2014-05-16T11:06:06-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'30255' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile141' 'sip-filesAA00015023_00361.mets'
cb1a9dde2120c77b78390a5ef64c3df6
c8797f418aed92eeeb868d93ba495cfd9ee8b984
describe
virus check
xml resolution
'49438864' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile15' 'sip-files00013.tif'
dd58ce3858797e88cc58d57a460f77dd
7db059bad3dc8a27180e5a91ec21a1096b1be61e
'2014-05-16T11:06:14-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T11:04:44-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile16' 'sip-files00014.tif'
2cc2d502e4edfc354a1e10e4ef3ce87d
5a0e99b05cc904a19bbc2e458dbc9b2e0a33e757
'2014-05-16T11:05:16-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T11:03:03-04:00'
virus check
'49869636' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile17' 'sip-files00017.tif'
cd98ebda83f99105881c9ea806ca7d77
5de0c7a877a047b7bf4116db33410d890c591d2d
describe
virus check
'49599702' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile18' 'sip-files00018.tif'
434cea58ee5bf54c35d776b2ab04e3f9
510709b099bac23b31728f0575277e946c949db6
describe
virus check
'48965226' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile19' 'sip-files00019.tif'
7787a0b19d65c578ebe5c8d89575a5fd
4e3302896a31df8741ea32acd189bd5d339a1989
'2014-05-16T11:04:48-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile2' 'sip-files00002.tif'
7df1dc30868cd5e117f30b973fa61a48
ccad1816e96f70e6643bc75a5cd7c6498bc278bd
'2014-05-16T11:05:09-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T11:02:51-04:00'
virus check
'51338544' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile20' 'sip-files00020.tif'
2a6ac133d6b0370ea9658398f4d1a67a
953690f22f90f85c76a47c363764c6199d96d01a
describe
virus check
'2064589' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile21' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
547cf6b346fc0c0c1ffcb7d6d4c33a31
f66390e498b49537a75d96d96f7d3ce2b36b6afc
describe
virus check
'2120453' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile22' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
6176321905bc40a8e1b7cb14ddf5e0d3
eb307e5b89f9da17ce673117a4d54a3b3a9baffc
describe
virus check
'2023436' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile23' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
86a19537b0a612919fdda3c6b1d83e72
6840103418da06274f58795ded46d5afe8cb0cd8
describe
virus check
'2046215' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile24' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
4ecfcdd62a5d50cb4349cf8709ff4ae9
8da0a952480573a769e4511bd82ce8570bc96d84
'2014-05-16T11:05:27-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T11:03:18-04:00'
virus check
'2021358' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile25' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
7bebcfca1b99529f79309325d22b748f
97f28b9f9d123625f9761c890925645f62052a54
describe
virus check
'2056003' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile26' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
c33dfbb76c43f26e255242dacf0af7dd
b98498299482db5889a6287cbf739f218f6a957f
describe
virus check
'2032274' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile27' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
a105a6b9660016cd5bd87b92c1eebd67
ab1a3cfcae949743a95adfbfa0fe93ccadc11ae6
describe
'2014-05-16T11:03:19-04:00'
virus check
'2087012' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile28' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
984964c3df81a7f1a172a2620820e9ce
505a58a67b3baf5434a95708bf11df1098d2b383
describe
virus check
'1982482' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile29' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
3e42449495a1cfab4003149984de86bc
cdd72fc19222f6885112717349b4293cb241e22a
'2014-05-16T11:05:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48560094' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile3' 'sip-files00003.tif'
401c05b55423c901f525f1af68d9c1c3
53f6148bd968d0538dd4140cf295afeb2a03eb96
'2014-05-16T11:05:03-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T11:02:44-04:00'
virus check
'2120426' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile30' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
df83c2fbc61483d1da34e47925d7e044
71191c11f15c9b140d64b472288ac0c3e8a6c9b8
describe
virus check
'1914880' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile31' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
0e8f8cd044ff09fcc4ed909e4287b8b5
d00baea86aabdc64694b5c8675f68347fb92083c
'2014-05-16T11:05:31-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T11:03:25-04:00'
virus check
'2039209' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile32' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
465a416cb8567957d81c8afa401dcc75
6f94ef5d035a03f80b918a7caad12d67e591315e
describe
virus check
'2063095' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile33' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
81ae2f20805c888d8b2d5bdbb977d7d7
4cd35ce54e676dfb2741eac0184608779cd15ee4
describe
virus check
'2120422' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile34' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
99c08638d228dd19a3c2a1fac5908bec
55c373cb0a35557973ac02d7665b64c0afb62752
describe
'2014-05-16T11:04:11-04:00'
virus check
'2060044' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile35' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
a7e6f44df69733c87ab0a92b472c105f
878fea57e40c9be08e99c478cfb386abdd61814e
describe
virus check
'2120451' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile36' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
b6a64a4e8432775cb5960aae07c14bf5
ff8fc402dd91c8db9ec8982a927f5088d0755d7c
describe
virus check
'2076930' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile37' 'sip-files00017.jp2'
0ee7790347cdb1ae26677cae86c679d3
78dbb82eebf6a3149aed3882c4b67921b994a71d
describe
virus check
'2066750' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile38' 'sip-files00018.jp2'
26fa7ae90b1bc409a480ad9d3de367ae
af62fb987b74c780729e44c13576e3d8dedde3fd
describe
'2014-05-16T11:02:56-04:00'
virus check
'2040287' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile39' 'sip-files00019.jp2'
d103e19554ddcd2e1996486bd6020fc6
ec88e4d95ddf3932e72a93a88251271a8ee74eea
'2014-05-16T11:04:58-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T11:02:36-04:00'
virus check
'49106772' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile4' 'sip-files00004.tif'
65b285da12d33a5e8fdd871b58d6f34e
ae858b3844e77f067cb2605bcccd17a60dff7857
'2014-05-16T11:05:30-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T11:03:24-04:00'
virus check
'2138050' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile40' 'sip-files00020.jp2'
eb751eebd06cdc5eb8044a5b41b3cf6b
53a22550b9fba69b2b0525f5d51ad73754079e80
'2014-05-16T11:05:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'694704' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile41' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
28395149e84930a9cbcb2dc472aea6a1
f6d6d586d2685064a265bf03845c2ba819febc4b
describe
virus check
'68392' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile42' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
b5a98bcf4f011c592e85ae4388de02c4
701674c2bf94cb2449f853ca547e7450a313079e
describe
virus check
'693390' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile43' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
95b4f4d0ab77a33c611472ba305c1f0a
ae92dfbf442b2d27cae9757035eeaf5896966ef2
describe
'2014-05-16T11:04:09-04:00'
virus check
'69973' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile44' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
7c5c3e717b3962470353a94c5ca8925c
dd8e26ebf54f4d8b8bd8a39e79b69e6860157c03
describe
virus check
'793087' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile45' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
b3e4b5bdbe264409b823bcbb82bd4430
265c442fe1ab1137af93cd80bf516510775285a6
describe
'2014-05-16T11:04:01-04:00'
virus check
'76277' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile46' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
72c630dcfd15bfc81c96d0595d09bcb4
33cf9a0c99c836466f4df21066dfd1959825651a
'2014-05-16T11:05:18-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T11:03:05-04:00'
virus check
'740332' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile47' 'sip-files00004.jpg'
d17b7e08005169de53a052f9654bdc20
d7f2bbaaa0a8530783c815229001e72807c2a567
describe
virus check
'72708' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile48' 'sip-files00004.QC.jpg'
7fa6df7efc61de98245ec56d81788076
ed7a5b7e11625675e507b7838d521e31dcd2c41c
describe
virus check
'719056' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile49' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
8d106b0c665b379492af1343deb0bd39
656a6c599671cb593d73b4e9c4913be53cc71662
describe
'2014-05-16T11:03:45-04:00'
virus check
'48510198' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile5' 'sip-files00007.tif'
d7cda3409dba85f71313330a2e2db621
a28a56891e001761eba4ad04a29e73b42afb33e3
'2014-05-16T11:05:37-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T11:03:42-04:00'
virus check
'74449' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile50' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
5b302e204c34a0d5ca6e8cc8d086d5cc
97704a9f612ea74cedd32ffc929d171e1445f79c
describe
virus check
'714286' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile51' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
b8639561805197963d364022ddb60722
1750c06c95662f87e707403738e9c627b52326a0
describe
virus check
'74528' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile52' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
c0ca91cd30fc899af3bf0da522882cf3
43cd2067b54dc3d938e219c3d3efccc7630ac661
describe
virus check
'730771' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile53' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
afeaaca24b7e14532df361186fc69b2f
2de48302d7dca1321b7ba6d9365caec545fc171d
'2014-05-16T11:05:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'75054' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile54' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
c347dcbc9cee92135fd97cb858eb320f
d469a7433ea08d15193e6270379c7f62487e3bc8
describe
virus check
'704037' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile55' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
1ad1c49991c244ec8560afb7f308541c
c00b40e1796e3a7c315c706b641aa1975333ec32
describe
virus check
'77963' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile56' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
085e16cbfec301bd7fdb98151ab96032
d56ee44883c36a093f7b43d5fde03d9cbf42706f
describe
virus check
'740323' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile57' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
b4a181e3114d6940ee12c927742d68f1
ec586e7378b0f420d9bd0c40ce5242dbbd9a2719
describe
virus check
'83739' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile58' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
0f788d24fbec94181700ff3b24f3335d
3ff3cc46783288354608797d20b01287043c4802
describe
virus check
'680158' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile59' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
0b99b7321381c141bd1a2fc41dac5969
4096a821fa843f57a21de2b1593b1b862e7e60c3
'2014-05-16T11:05:38-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T11:03:43-04:00'
virus check
'49341678' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile6' 'sip-files00008.tif'
e569bdbc28b1a6018201886bb5c635f8
815aea3f0990631d62afc975ab601787cf3a4abd
'2014-05-16T11:05:44-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T11:03:57-04:00'
virus check
'74481' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile60' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
b227d2a330fa1fccd3b65938371591f1
8a36ace0b0f588dabc680a9464cfb5f5c014e0da
'2014-05-16T11:05:59-04:00'
describe
virus check
'660550' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile61' 'sip-files00015.jpg'
d2c56499b104057f9b7d0f1a05374aa8
ff79aa7fe0060cc14f6b9a600df25a521fa7e36e
describe
virus check
'66642' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile62' 'sip-files00015.QC.jpg'
45acc228ad26de0ac453b21543c858a4
cae8cb98b5a2dd11b1803c9c0ffb086bb35cdd59
'2014-05-16T11:04:49-04:00'
describe
virus check
'585111' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile63' 'sip-files00016.jpg'
5c7f738bdb178fa4993641b630c6d16d
13a19c8d1d42c45f1f23684c64a4ef7df38383cf
describe
virus check
'65475' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile64' 'sip-files00016.QC.jpg'
97beb15d0839bd3439c6deef3591e2a1
70eca00150e29e617ad1f8e8981c072ddae327a8
'2014-05-16T11:05:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'628831' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile65' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
b29b76447e22713aebc2778db0cbe510
958076547a2029f2fc08085285148f26dae20910
describe
virus check
'68443' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile66' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
bd715e84887aa94fb0a35a78c65dd21d
b54294906f46f43b2b20c88c1048bafce727c1d0
describe
virus check
'716506' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile67' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
d08fb49e200f2944f3727975a215aa60
095c40577b4b5788ad04d53bead5ce9dd457d7fd
describe
'2014-05-16T11:03:59-04:00'
virus check
'76599' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile68' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
a7a759a1c0e2d6b71704fe18da34555a
d68912c0feecba3b00352051f529c7225b70ebd5
describe
virus check
'745050' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile69' 'sip-files00013.jpg'
9285e349e7712f72445803ba235d1e41
21de14803b90415309c25de6e370ec80179b10f0
describe
virus check
'48772152' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile7' 'sip-files00009.tif'
e26ef788e28dfe119eec55da06fa8a76
75f95006b1ed415edb67cb5265e993a7ae43ff7e
'2014-05-16T11:06:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'76137' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile70' 'sip-files00013.QC.jpg'
9a89476e68d891a038e53ddfcf28fdbb
6d770a60442784b177d870d116f98fce9887dd1d
describe
'2014-05-16T11:02:15-04:00'
virus check
'723635' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile71' 'sip-files00014.jpg'
12f45f45744db1421be36c7076d040ca
4485813b441c1a10edd51555bcb1332324872ebc
describe
virus check
'70774' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile72' 'sip-files00014.QC.jpg'
768239bf67ab00244b7d239d6fa03c59
cc33dbe77673dee2f6729f12fd3a1990e38d7541
describe
virus check
'754987' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile73' 'sip-files00017.jpg'
8b25fad564d1ab4aae2ae0e04cdd2218
b10221e07a2791901c406c60cb36d271de10cafc
'2014-05-16T11:04:47-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T11:02:16-04:00'
virus check
'98164' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile74' 'sip-files00017.QC.jpg'
a4c962719c8e9674de9b05e1a86a6e8f
c75612823c4264edab521f82fdeef3faf70b876f
describe
virus check
'733939' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile75' 'sip-files00018.jpg'
ccb6af71b0f5e5697cc9e9268ef1ff36
2768dcf1dae66184eba718f4688b22280f6a65fa
describe
virus check
'84027' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile76' 'sip-files00018.QC.jpg'
760236ca6dbb12712972ddc1bd9ac9b6
5e8b273a642f6645325dc4226eeed90d5f4e02a1
describe
virus check
'768643' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile77' 'sip-files00019.jpg'
69bd38c1314d8e8a0436eb06bc3fc258
0a66f743f10caf6a044e528174f60dce57611d00
'2014-05-16T11:05:54-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T11:04:08-04:00'
virus check
'74447' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile78' 'sip-files00019.QC.jpg'
b2b645ec29f0cad4cbead005cb4b129d
1f2a15f85b7b90404d805a8cd58001e54dfd728b
describe
'2014-05-16T11:04:06-04:00'
virus check
'753802' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile79' 'sip-files00020.jpg'
030a6309a7a5e3655d590e0c0a38fae5
56fbbdfb7bf3de51b1eaed7632ea0569b5b95bb3
describe
virus check
'50085948' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile8' 'sip-files00010.tif'
9b8aff18ee316be4ce4cb986f2efaf1b
c0f20aa880ff59085e83565a8ed7dc20cae804a2
'2014-05-16T11:06:07-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T11:04:25-04:00'
virus check
'96347' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile80' 'sip-files00020.QC.jpg'
ef2a6bcbe837ba0f382b624dddb8085a
cf352e8e4c6de698c95a34026ee4359f944471d2
'2014-05-16T11:05:11-04:00'
describe
virus check
'15837' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile81' 'sip-files00001thm.jpg'
43512845b89fa3babb8940332d0a9074
9ceb15ed8bf1d4a2f9d560c6dcab3e8cbb8663c8
describe
virus check
'15781' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile82' 'sip-files00002thm.jpg'
b203118f481c7bb7b90987a95a06ef68
aa52cb17085f77d0e8ed121e7401fe32386bbdb5
describe
virus check
'16800' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile83' 'sip-files00003thm.jpg'
2bea8472c7da891bbd4ffea5c0e68ca7
53533907ddecec3bd9903e3dd031afea5a233f56
describe
virus check
'16386' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile84' 'sip-files00004thm.jpg'
82c50be7066f84e06dd271a6edd61495
94e9fde371967242befd74cb4e09a587cfbab93b
describe
'2014-05-16T11:03:58-04:00'
virus check
'17441' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile85' 'sip-files00007thm.jpg'
ab7bdf3b18fb65aa843689666e5d2f17
806b1e18ef3c52f2a947a7f91ac533b683db8c0d
describe
'2014-05-16T11:04:02-04:00'
virus check
'17281' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile86' 'sip-files00008thm.jpg'
b00ea13654d8cd85ce5b7aec782a8266
28bd767ff37bf70179aebefbd29874638cf9aa00
describe
virus check
'17689' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile87' 'sip-files00009thm.jpg'
73d647d795475166c848fe44d01ad5a1
92c31982eb593a815dbdb8c1961ff0ba45bdbe75
describe
virus check
'18471' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile88' 'sip-files00010thm.jpg'
971c4f4b10d59698b256ddda62be1874
e87e5c95691352d58b5c4c375a6acb76e541dfd7
describe
virus check
'19235' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile89' 'sip-files00005thm.jpg'
6db359dcf1db63ecb73ea080511745a4
e6fcd2a075104bdcc998ffacd385dd77f0103e2f
describe
virus check
'47581206' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile9' 'sip-files00005.tif'
32edc96135c846af1cb0c076bb737191
9c8de83c55a0e98dba474cdd25c9ed6dee21a6b1
'2014-05-16T11:05:34-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T11:03:31-04:00'
virus check
'17909' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile90' 'sip-files00006thm.jpg'
dd41df4987726e3b893a87775dc7a0d7
72a80d74959bf0da95c2ea28ba8b8a4df813cb2f
describe
virus check
'15383' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile91' 'sip-files00015thm.jpg'
8f13e7eedfdb0836acabf73c7c493ac4
8a2b7ab79fd87761ef02b4a1cbf08b1c860720de
describe
virus check
'15858' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile92' 'sip-files00016thm.jpg'
401a8fd9412bc89bb81bcb43ea1595c9
a7724e2298f41ee6cce4992a7a99dd1f2030659f
describe
virus check
'16472' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile93' 'sip-files00011thm.jpg'
e0eb3fc9ce58cc58733c1b8072dfe671
369e53ff56f8143e269019aa1c36d541b7a356f4
describe
virus check
'17888' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile94' 'sip-files00012thm.jpg'
eb5ef1afe80790ed911bc9cc6150b924
50dc932a44ead439623b0b38673f8700aa39cd3c
describe
virus check
'17837' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile95' 'sip-files00013thm.jpg'
eef129a3102f432c8da9ec10238a5f49
00d70a143b9f28725403a2223a19d0f22800f6e7
describe
virus check
'16343' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile96' 'sip-files00014thm.jpg'
52c9fc97dd265776b9ea6453777b978f
9b7c003ebbe0f42e630f6e5e23871de666aed65f
describe
virus check
'41801' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile97' 'sip-files00017thm.jpg'
e8c184945827d8a67a11a0cb6b64838b
de7349e3759e151cf8307a28be3f89519c69138e
describe
virus check
'19787' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile98' 'sip-files00018thm.jpg'
e170cf4a5e157a49f00481efe23e0e53
95e1b72bbe78dd3ad47a11e0e600f19e7318c4ec
describe
virus check
'16790' 'info:fdaEFXFQ3263_Q4U2YBfile99' 'sip-files00019thm.jpg'
3b729ebdb203943cc3addaf6bb64485d
1b7b8acfb54a0dd1be798467a96ad02fab514f58
describe
virus check


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