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THE HAITIAN


Jean-Manre Totissaint, a watch-
man, is in jail today meditating
on the events that led him to
strangle his wife, Clairmelie, and
throw her body behind some ba-
nana trees or.'lhe grounds of the
Summer home of the Elie Dubois
Sister's (Nuns) in Petion-Ville.

Confronted with overwhelming
evidence o': his guilt, 'Toussaint
confessed :o police he killed his
wife in a fit of vicious rage on
the night of May 10. He stated
that he had feared his wife's coi-
tinued jealousy and the ensuing
scenes mn:g!'t cause him to lose
his job as :aretaker at the Sum-
mer home

Toussaint was taken into cus-
tody by the Petion-Ville Police
last Sunday when they descen-
ded on the home of his mistress
in Laboule, where he was hiding
out The ai.est followed by a few
hours the dihrovery of the decom-
posed body of his wife. The body,
Sunier a pile of leaves in grounds
Sof the Si.mmer home, had a


ENGLISH


LANGUAGE
Telephone 2061


grounds wlh D D. T. and other
disinfectants. Mayor Jean Jae-


ques had hastily ordered a coffin
and, after identifying the body
as Mrs. Toi;saint, the remains
were buried in the Petion-Ville
cemetery.
THE CONFESSION-
Showing the effects of the
strain on his nerves, during the
four days lie harbored his terri-
ble secret and flight, Jean-Marie
Jean reenaicteo the crime in the
presence of the police. He decla-
red that on that fatal night he
had had a 'final argument with
Clairmelie. who was insanely jea-
lous of the special care he was
giving the small piece of land he
had leased at Laboule.
He stated that in a sudden
burst of fury he seized a big stick
S(Continued on page 2)

TASCO DAVIS

BACK MONDAY


length of barbed wire twisted U S Ambasador Roy Tasco Da-
around t.he neck and slashed vis is expected here tomorrow,
breasts. May 21st. by Pan American
Flight 435. it was announced
A Public Health Department Thursday.
lumigating brigade, wear i ng In a telephone conversation
masks against the offensive with Mr.'Milton Barrall, Charg6
smell, sprayed the body and the d"Affaires, on Wednesday mor-
ning, the ,Sun-> learned.that the
Ambassador was at present still
ST-LO EXPLAINS under care lhesda Naval Hospital, out of Was-
ROAD PLAN hington. M-'. Barrall stated that
l, ie was greatly improved and al-
]lowedto wtll: fpr' from two to
'Minister of Public Works Raoultree hou each day. and would
,St. Lo explained his department's return to Haiti as soon as his
tree year road building program edotors gave the word.on as hs
Io trie press Monday at his office. doct stiguished diplomatord.
Four hundred of the country's The d shed diplomat
3,000 kilometers of roads have who has represented the Ameri-
already been asphalted under can Government in Haiti for the
this .program. (Continued, on page 20)


The recent internationall Bank
loan of $2,000,000 will enable the
government to repair the coun-
try's roads, re-organize the road
maintenance department and
train personnel in road repair
and upkeep, he added. The Hai-
tian government is putting up
$1,000,000 as its share in the fi-
nancing of Haiti's road construc-
tion.
Minister St. Lo announced that
the road rebuilding program,
which has been the subject of ex-
tensive studies, has been drawn
up for a period of three years
(1956-1957-1958) and will be exe-
cuted in two pha ies. The execu-
'tion of the first phase has been
intrusted to XCompany Tech-
, nint.
Among ilthe roads which will
be rebuilt by the company arc-
those that link Port-au-Prince
to Jacmel, Port-au-Prince tL Ca-
yes and the Hinche and Port-de-
Paix roads. Sixty days after the
rebuilding of these roads the sae

(Continued on page 20)
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Dr. RALEIGH MORGAN

LINGUIST FINDS
TWO LANGUAGE
HAITI POSSIBLE
'Dr. Price Mars made an inter-
esting statement last Sunday at
MorisseauLeroy's 'Literary Goat
on the Green, in P6tionville when
he suggested that both Creole and
French should be the official lan-
guages of Haiti-. said Dr. Raleigh
Morgan. chairman of the Depart-
ment of French of North Carolina
College at Durham, in an exclus-
ive interview with the Sun this
week.
Dr. Raleigh Morgan is lecturing
here in Port au Prince under the
auspices of the Department de IT
education Nationale and the U.S.
State Department's Specialists di-
visidn of the International Educa-
tional Exchange Program, concer-
ned with teaching English as a
foreign language.
'The idea of a nation having
more than one language', he in-
formed the Sun, -has been success
fully proved in Belgium, where
there are two official languages,
and in Switzerland where there
are four official languages,.
(Continued on page 13)


AMERICAN KILLED AT PELIGRE

FLOWN HOME TO OKLAHOMA


The remains of John Dobbin,
first American killed on the 3-
year-old Artibonite Dam building
project at Peligre, was flown to


President Accepts
Panama Invitation
President P.ul E. Magloire has
accepted. in r.rinciple, the invita-
lion of the President of Panama
; P'"-t'Cipate next June 25-26 at
lhe Confe'prnce of Hemisphere
Chif Exc'ti-nti\'c3 in Panama.
The Comnmemorativer Meeting
i. bping hrI.'!l in oJsr'\'ance of the
130th Aiinicrsary of the First
Pan American Congress found-
ed in 1826 by Simon Bolivar.
United Slates President Dwight
Eisenhower has announced his
acceptance of an invitation.


his home town of McAlister, Ok-
lahoma, Thursday afternoon on a
Pan American plane. His wife,
Tillie and 3-yeax-old son Stevie,
accompanied the body home to
the States, -n company with Do-
ris and Phil Fay.
The 30-year-old concrete plac-
ing foreman was killed instantly,
Wednesday, at 3:00 A.M. when
the boom tractor he was driving
fell into a ravine, as the road to
the dam site caved in. The three
Haitians riding the caterpillar
track vehicle jumped to safety
while Dobbin stayed at the wheel,
attempting to maneuver the giant
tractor. It summersaulted twice
and finally stopped against trees
at the edge of the river.
Johnny Dobbin, a favorite with

(Continued on page 20)


NEWSPAPER


SUNDAY, MAY 20th, 1956


No. 35.


STUDENT RAMPAGE MARS


TRADITIONAL FLAG DAY

Police Quell L.yc6ee Louverture' School Disorder

Port au Prince-Friday.-For the first time in many years, :
there were no traditional parades or manifestations to eom-r!
memorate Flag and University Day. President Paul Eugene
Magloire, Cabinet Members, and Government Officials, atten-
ded an 8:00 A.M. Te Deum at the Cathedral, and girls of the
Lycee Centeinquantenaire in uniform marching behind their'1
school flag from the church to Rue Capois, were the sole:
paraders. A Department of Education' decree, published Thurm ,
day evening, called off the student parade reportedly for fear
of possible disorder. "

A short student battle with police, yesterday, at the Lyc6e
Toussaint Louverture, Government Secondary School, rksult-
ed in the shooting of one student, and the injury, it is reported
of at least fourteen others. The wounded student is said to.
be well out of danger, and the others, treated for cuts and
one for a broken arm at the General Hospital have been dis-
.charged. Policemen also injured and treated for head lacer-
ations have been discharged from the hospital.

The disorder is said to have started 'when students of the -
Lyc6e P6tion were given a holiday Thursday to prepare for
today's parade. They did the rounds of the capital's schools
inducing the students to walk out. At the J. B. Damier School, '
the Director is reported to have received cuts about his legs
from stones showered on the school by the Lyc'e P6tfon ins-.,
tigators when the trade school students refused to join .thiem_-;


FISH TOPIC OF.
CIC LUNCHEON

City businessmen listened to
an interesting fish story Wednes-
day by a'dapper young Londoner
who in one year has met every
variety of fish and fisherman on
the coast of Haiti. '

The after lunch talk at Aux
Cossaque v.-as both factual and
educational. In a precise Oxford
accent Martin H. Routh, techni-
cian from the United Nations
Fisheries Office, explained to the
businessmen how he was invited
to Haiti a .year ago by the govern-
ment to help in the development
of a marine fisheries program
and to find the types of fish,
quantity ani distribution in these
waters.
(Continued on page 17)


Charity Ball
On May 30th

The Grand Seminar of the Reha
bilitation of Handicapped children
which begins tomorrow, May 21st
will be closed by the Annual
Charity Ball given by the Hai-
tian Association for the Rehabili-
tation of the Handicapped at
Cabane Choucoune on Wednes-
day evening, May 30th, the eve
of the traditional c Tickets are on sale at the 4Foyer
des Handieapds.., No. 75 Rue de
la Revolution.
Preparations are under way to
n'k'e this aill an even greater
success than in proceeding years..
There will be a fashion show,
folklore show, raffles, and the


The Fathers of College St.
Martial barred their outer
gates to the Lyc6e P6tion stu- :'
dents and 'their pupils remain
ed indifferent to the agitators.

The Lycee Toussamint Louv-
erture students are reported..
to have created disorder whent.'.
their Director refused to dis-
miss classes. When police-
were called in to establish orn
der they were reportedly show .W
ered by furniture hurled from.
the second story. It was' re-
ported thht the first police-,
man to enter the building're-
ceived a chair on his head :and
fired the shot that -wounded
the 17-year-old student. The
-battle of the police wielding
.coco-mac a q u e s and stud-
ents, furniture issaid to have
lasted only a few minutes.

Informed sources stated at.;
the end of the day that the
disorder in the Secondary
Schools was just youth taking
advantage of a political situa-
tion to let off steam. On the
other hand, a number of me-
dical students were reported-
lv involved in political activi-
ties at the'Ecole de M6decine.
Six known. arrests have been
made among whom is the Ed-
itor oft he political weekly
q Haiti Mirror v.
ccLE NATIONALi REPORTS*

-For several days, the Govt.
has known of the scarcely veiled"
naneuver-s of the opposition to
push the youth of our schools to,
a manifestation in the streets:
The opposition propaganda, in'
their articles, .may be considered"


(Continued .on page 2) (Continued on page 20). ..
,..* ., ** -. ...,.. '* ^ S -


VOL. VI Port au Prince Republique d'Haiti


BRUTAL MURDER SHOCKS

PEACEFUL PETIONVILLE ]


No. 35.


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'PAGE 2 HAITI SUN

SBRUrAL MURDER SHOCKS PETIONVILLE CHARITY B

AT CABANA
, WA;,TCHMAN JAILED FOR STRANGLING WIFE fCrnomned fo
ad r(Continued frmn page onc) best-jazz ond mering
;nd rained heavy blows down on mer residence, leaving it unoc- the Sister noticed that he trem- tri on hand for damn
1 -the head of his sparring partner, cupied most of the year. The bled while speaking to her about Proceeds go towards
I* She crumbled to the floor of place was apparently deserted, 1is wife. of bringing elief to H
their room and when he tried to although the watchman and his colony of unfortunate.
.i .revive her. his efforts were to no family had been seen regularly It was alro revealed that the children which tnis o0
Avail. He Faid that he fled the up until Thursday, May 10, Jean Marie Toussaint household has been doing. The er
scene but later returned for the had been in troubled waters for is $2.00.
'-; body and after dragging it into When the shocking news fell some time and violent disputes The Committee in c
Sthe yard, where he applied the on the peaceful mountain resort and fights were common occu- eludes: Mr. Athemas
-:* barbed -wire necklace, he did it of Petionvitle large crowds ga- rences. C:lahimelie had frequent- ------_-;;;t; lUi W'.
..behind a irge green screen for- there at the scene of the crime ly reproached the conduct of her Dear Mr. Diederi
-.Aied b:-' banana leaves. He feared and the police net closed down husband in leaving her alone
That the neighbors might hear around Jean Marie Toussaint last with the baby at all hours of the Because it in
; him if he started digging so late Sunday night. Evidence started night while he visited his mis- ets, I am glad to
Sin the nighlit. Each night he was coming in fiom the spectators tress at Luboule. oneof Prt u
,. tempted to return to the yard that pointed to him aslthe'mur-- Jacqueline Tnria
and bury the corpse but the night deer. Jacquein e h ur a
CUBAN CARAMELS ON FLAG g In her capacity
"y tropical downpour made him
keep putting it off. It was the DAMAGING EVIDENCE DAY L'Association Ha
^, heavy rainfall that greatly aided dicaps, Mine. Ti
-.. eeal thousand Cuban cara-I spoibek w
; the decomposition of'the body Meanwhile, police got their in- several thousand Cuban caral- as possible know
Sand the resulting unearthly odor vestigation underway and came me wer f he p outo Mte c- f et as heata
that put the neighborhood in an up with information that looked dren of e.Fondaon Me Ma f de la Rhablal
Q uproar and led to the discovery bad for the absent husband fglo te onFag Dy as a gi campaign for the
J:: of the body. Suspect number one. First, Clair- from the aCuban Cultural Socie- ; dicapped children
Mrso Dorveuspe res ty of the Friends of Haiti.* These 1 74 Rue de la R&
I:. E SEARCH ele's sisterMr ous boxes of caramels were brought side Port au Pri
Sealed that Jean-Marie Toussaint over by Delta Airlines as a cour- the 3-Rs and the
e lhad brought the couple's baby tesy. St. Vincent's Sch
Residents living near the Ho- for her to watch, saying the mo- e. e h
T Wis year Rehal
tel Capri in Petionville had no- their had left on a trip Thursday, The Mdame Magloire Foun- for the usual p
Sticed a strange and increasingly after the Ascension Day Mass. Te Madam hs oe m poaheU- for the usual pur
offensive odor banging over the She said she was surprised at daLion has won the sympathies terial items as fco
:. quiet residential area. Day by this news as her sister had never of many friendly nations and home but fors
day the .mell grew worse and left on a trip without advising has founded in Haiti several en- good ladies of tl
passersby had to hold their her. Mrs. Dorveus said that the tears of secondary and superior i a workshop to tr
2..oses against the pestilence, child remained in her care until teaching, kindergartens, old B book binding amn
:. in.drn ,, m ,,,Q,, ,,h,, the i. folk's homes, popular canteens, lent way for them


S Finally, on Sunday afternoon
Mayor Hibbert Jean-Jacques was
a. aked to dd something about the
Dead animal that had evidently
been thrown nearby. An exten-
sivn eareh got under way with
police officers, health officials
and residents clambering through
.the ravines and vacant lots.
: The seaiching party was
'brought up short when one of
the officers became interested in
'-..a pile of dried leaves, screened.
.off b'- a specially healthy looking
banana'plant. The body of Clair-
.melie Tous.aint had been found.
,The property was used by the
lhie tJo'S Nuns as their Sum-


their called to take the child
home. He Informed her that the
wife was still away and he had
to hurry back to work, so as td
nat lose his job.

Sister Mar;e Nathalie, of the
Elie Dubois School, stated that
Touissaint, carrying the child
in his arms, bad approached her
and asked for an Advance of five
gourdes. She said that she gave
him only two. When he did iot
attemptt to enter his room, Sister
Marie Nathalie was surprised and
asked him why he remained out-
s!de. He answered that his wife
had gone sway with the key, but


SIHEER

S-T-R-E-T,-C-H

STOCKING

THESE DELIGHI'FULIY NEW, POWDER-DULL,

LONG-WEARING NYLON CREATIONS HAVE

BEEN DEVW'LOPED TO PROVIDE PERFECT

PERSONALIZED FIT AND WONDERFUL

WEARING ,C OMFORT.

YOU'LL THI I..L TO I HE SOFT STRETCH

WHICH MOLDS i [ITS SrOCKING TO YOUR LEG.

HEELS AN!) SEAMS REMAIN STRAIGHT AND

ATTRACTIVE.

WRINKLES BECOME A THING OF THE PAST.

BUY A PAIR TODAY

r AT $2.00 A PAIR ONLY
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social assistance works and
schools of manual arts.

PLANT POINSETTIAS NOW

Our Garden Editor advises us
that this is the time to plant
Poinsettias, which create so much
favorable attention by tourists.

With the advent of the rains-
cuttings of Poinsettias root easi-
ly and in our favorable limestone
soih they survive considerable
hardship. Poinsettias will even


Sfor many of thex
Seen happy sell
Ship in the cGirn
U As one means
Sto a good start, t
rehabilitation Wee!
at Cabane Chouc
Choucoune be lib
I night. I'm sure m
Pleasant ways of
Than dancing the
tSincerel:


survive the summers at sea-level Slau htcrl


SUNDAY, M A Y 20th, 1956


)ALL TO BE HELD
SCHOUCOUNE MAY 30
ge one) Mrs. Miche'ine Bayardelle, Miss
ue orches- Martha Cha.ndler, Mrs. Jacque-
ce lovers, line Turian-Cardozo. Mrs. Jean
the work Liautaud, and Mrs. Roger Den-
aiti's large nis. They wish to inform the pu-
e crippled blic that laring the *Crippled
organization Children's Week, members of
entrance fee the Committee will make a house
Sto-house campaign to help out
charge in- in the raising of funds for the
Bellerive, care of the handicapped.

ch,

olves a cause close to my own inter-
* relay to your readers a message from i
Prince's most dynamic citizens, Mine.
n Cardozo.
y as a member of the Committee of I.
itienne pour la Rdhabilitation des Han
urian is anxious that as many people
that she and her fellow members have
week in May as ltion,. This is an annual fund-raising
benefit of the boarding home for han-
n which the Association maintains at ;
evolution. About 3Q children from out- f
nce reside there in order to be near jF
needed physical therapy available at
ool.
ibilitation Week will be held not only
*pose of obtaining funds for such ma- -
'od and clothes for eles petits at the
something new soon to be added! The :
he Association are preparing to open :
ain the youngsters in pottery making, V
Id needlework. What will be an excel- ?
i to occupy their leisure .ow will spell V
mI in future years the difference bet- .
f-sufficiency and unwilling member-
ime five cents. brigade.
of getting the proposed workshop off i
he Committee has decided to end Re-
c on a light note with a benefit ball
coune on Mercredi May 30. May the H
rally dotted with Sun readers that
lost of them agree there are few more U
f helping to underwrite a fine cause N
! meringue! n

Evelyn H. Mades.


house To Be Built


i pnteo in a lle sae. Engineers Felix Bayard and icady arrived and recently spe-
The Haiti Sun rather likes the Durocher have been assigned theI cialists of an American firm
idea of the Poinsettia a les the job of constructing the new $203,- were 1 here studying the location
tional flower of Haiti. There is 000 Municipality of Port-at-Primn- site of the new building. The new
perhaps no single memory that ce slaughte: house. The work, to building will be built on the
perhaps no single meallmore over take from six to eight months, ground adjacent to the site of
the touy ears than the flowers ef will be financed by the edileship the old slaughter house, note the
the yearristmas crimsothan the flowersndingoff Port-au-Prince. Part of the photo, and will be equipped
along the Kensdoff Read for pire-fabricated building, ordered with all the latest slaughtering
mile after mile. from the United States, has al- equipment.

New Modern r

Agriculture Lab


An important modern laborato-
ry of chemistry, veterinary medi-
cine and bacteriology will 'be
built jointly by the Department
of Agriculture and the Interna-
tional Cooperation Administra-
tion. The ICA will finance the
project and the buying of equip-
ment, which will cust $80,000,
within thle framework of .the pro-
gram of tee-linical assistance.

The new building, to be built
in front of the Agriculture De-
nartment's main building in Da-
mien, replaces the present la-
boratory which is too small and
inadequate and will include an
auditorium.


Diplomatic Relations

Established

Diplomatic relations were esta-
blished between Japan and the Re
public of Haiti as of last April 23.
The Ambassador of Japan in Wa-
shington. Mr. Masayuki Tani will
be accredited as Extraordinary
and Plenipotentiary Envoy of his
country in Port au Prince.


Conditions such as above will disappear with the erection
of the new Slaughterhouse.

FRENCH TROUti POSTPONES VISIT
An apparent last minute change authors, poems and songs.
in plans has caused a postponem-
ent of the announced arrival of The news that the artists would
the famous French troop headed not be able to keep their engage-
by Jean Louis Barrault. The 20- meat caused great disappointment
member group of actors were at in local cultural circles, since this
first scheduled to give a three-day wa.; to have been the first appear-
performance in Port au Prince, ance of great French theater play-
beginning May 19th, playing -Le ers in Haiti since the late Jouvet
Misanthrope-, -Reptition ou A- and his troop gave an unforgett-
mour Punik, closing with interpre-! able performance several years
stations of scenes from various ago.


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SUNDAY, MAY 20th, 1956


H4TS
HAITI SUN PAGE 3S.


ASSOCIATION DE NOTABLES DE i-RERES

((OPERATION POULE, GOOD NEIGHBOR POLICY
The Goon Neighbor Policy has
been put inin action in the once
ever-green Valley of Frere. The
small farmers, whose irrigated
fields suffered when their spring


water was commandeered for the
Cite de l'Exoosition in 1949, are
now being 'led in a community
effort by an energetic school
teacher who believes that, toge-
ther they can solve many of their
problems ..nrl build a better way
of life.
Young Port LI Princian Fritz Mo
risset took ever as rector of the
rural school of Freres, a short
distance from Petionville, three
years ago aid let his initiative
run wild. For'tihe 150 primary pu-
pils, who also receive practical
courses in agriculture, he soon
added home economics. He ar-
ranged night courses for adults
in the airy schoolhouse and be-
gan to schFme.
A year later he decided to
band most of the parents of the
pupils together in a community
'effort that wduld help to raise
the standard of living in the area.
'The Association de Notable de


New Haitian style poultry house.


the school. This past week end,
after two w'onths of holiday la-
bor. it was complete. Build as a
giant <.Caille.> for the simple rea-
son that when Association mem-
bers have nmastered the art of
chicken raising they will be able
to build their own chicken house.
Apart from being the-inost eco-
nomic building the thatched roof


,'..,.
,, *'SH. '


1,200 Baby chicks from U. S.


Frere was horn. Teacher Moris-
set stepped over to the chicken
farm of the Desquirons and ask-
ed their advice and cooperation.
In the midst of re-organizing
their Corail Chicken Farm the
.Young couple responded with a
golden proposition for the Asso-
ciation. If the Association was
willing to build a poultry house,
'.,they promised to supply the baby
chicks and i.?ed them until they
were grown at which time th,
would buy them back from the
Association.
The proposition would also of-
fer the small farmer of the area
a chance to learn the modern
technique o0 chicken farming and
assure them of a market for their
produce. Tie Association, spark-
ed by the D)esquirons, went to
work Sundays and .holidays for
two months and built a large, 20
by 50 feet poultry hose behind


The arriva! in Canada of the
*Sunscira-, with a cargo of sisal
from ePlaniation Dauphin of
Fort Liberte, marks the first di-
rect maritime service link bet-'
ween Haiti and Canada. This
monthly service was established
by the Saguenay Terminals at the
request of the Haitian govern-
ment in order to balance the corn


offers a tremendous advantage
in this climate it is cool.
Twelve hundred baby U. S. ci-
tizens arrived by PAA Clipper
Sunday and were given a royal
peasant welcome at Frere. In ten
weeks, when these young Van-
tres (newest breed)- chicks have
reached the tender age the As-
sceiation v.'ill receive the gold
of the proposition, which in Hai-
tian currency will mean a profit
of more than 500 gourides. The
Association, which is managed
by the peasants themselves, has
regular elections and handles
everything in the most democra-
tic manner. The sessions, held at
the school house, are taken very
seriously by the members and
sorpetimes carry on late into the
night and anytime money. is
ree'ded members contribute ac-
cording to thc-it means anJ some-
times beyond. Newest members
of the Association are the Marcel
Maillards who recently moved
to Fr2re from the big city.
With operation pole under
way in not .o many years Frere
will be noted on the mnap of the
Republic as the.chicken raising
area thanks to the Association
de Notables de Frere and t.s.
Desquirons.'


Students of Ecole Normnale Rurale handing baby U. S. chicks to
Rector Morisset and Mrs. Desquiuron


merce between both countries.
Up to now Canadian importa-
':ons of sisal and of other prin-
cipal m;'-od''.et of Haiti, such as
ccrfce. .oroa. sugar and runm,
-."cr? !'3arwjided irom the Repu-
blic to New', York and other, North
American i,--t where they were
in ,. iTroI b:-. raJway to Cana.


LOUIS M. LAM ARRE

ANDRE CHARLMERS
I. AW ERS
OFFICE: I irst Storic (Loripagnie d'Eclairage Electrique
Box 354 Phones: 2167 3591


7 DROWN- IN SINKING
The sail boat *Petite Therese,
was wrecked in the La Tortue
Channel on the morning of May
5. Captain Appoleon Alcime and
his six passengers were drowned.
The bodie"> have not found.
SHADA SELLS $15,000
WORTH OF HAITIAN
RUBBER
During t!i- month of April,
SHADA (Societe Haitienne de De
v'rcloppemcnt Agricole) reported
41.000 pound'. of rubber in leaves
.-old for $12.000 and 14,000 pounds
.if waste for S3,000. The greatest
part of the rubber stock came
from the plantations of Bayeux
and are shipped from Port-au-
Prince, Cap Haitian and St. Marc
to Ciudad Trujillo, Havana and
New York.


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The Minister of Guatemala and Mrs. Roberto H. Valle Calvo enter-
tained at a reception at the Legation on Sunday, April 29th from 12
to 2 P.M in honor of the Guatemalan Delegation to the Southeastern
Chapter of ASTA Convention. It was attended by officials of the Haiti-
an Government, members of the Diplomatic Corps and society leaders
of Port au Prince.
The Delegation attended the Convention in order to invite the ASTA
to Guatemala for its 1957 Convention, and were able to return with
a favorable response and in all probability the Convention will take
place at Guatemala City.
Shown in the picture from left to right are: Mr. Licenciado Fran-
cisco Linares Aranda, Guatemalan Chief of Protocole; Mr. Francisco.
Montenegro Sierra, Guatemalan Director of National Tourism; Dr. Ro-
berto H. Valle Calvo, Guatemalan Minister to Port au Prince, and Mr.
Guy Laraque, Assistant Director of the Haitian National Bureau of
Tourism.



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BY EMILE ROUMER JEREMIE
Oun imbecile J6r6mie qui-croui que position nigriste bal.
oun valeur intellectuelle, t6 ostr6 au possible 16 1' tend moim
d6cdelar6 que dictature pas janm' fait bon commerce ac muses.
Certes, c6 oun loi que m' pas joinde, oun verite que touted.,
moune connin qui flotte ac oun tantinet culture.
Sous rfgne Estimh, lor mulitres-joinc Jeremie t6 trouv6 yo,
chefs negres, oun officer, homme clair rel6m' en apart:
-Mon cher, gen moin connin ou, et gen m'oui president ",
consider loyaut6 ou, averti'l que lan gros negs qui gain en-,:
tree libre lan palais, chaque nuite plusieurs trouver yo Ian
oun certain ambassade... ..
Si'm menti, seul Roussan Camille cab di oun mot parce que
m' tW bal commission a comme Port-au-Prince, ce toujours en'
passant m' fait oun s6jour. Et jusqu'aujourd'huti, e6mxnne ba-J
gaille suivant principle que habitant pas misn la ville.
Si mulftres vie di homes honogtes, h o m m e s indepn-'5
dants, homes courageux, pays que oun ti tUtard sanglant'
command a, c6 negs, mauv niegs qui habit'l parce que on',
mulAitre lan pays va-a, s'il pas en ba te, li lan prison ou en.
exil.
Gain oun 6crivain pangnol qui t e&rit oun livre apsez inte- '
ressant, assez amusant min bate au possible: La agonia de las
Antillas.
These grotesque, la, c'est que pluss'"gain nings lan Iles Ca-
raibes, pluss pays va yo va en arrinre.
0 Luis Araquistain, L'AGONIE ANTILLAISE
fait de -t6te oiz oun tete bourriqde, oun tete nieaise.
Professeurs philosophic toujours parlE de prineipe table;.:
rase. Min Ian question culture, lan question civilisation pays-:
ca a c6 exactement oun savane befs ac bourriques.
Negs pays va-a pi nou6 passe aucun nbg en Haiti parceaue.
depi Guacanagaric yo pas jan m' ou? pareille bestialite.' .,
Bref:
-Moin ride mulitre potE peau i ,
,moin ri nig ac faux-col, '
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EMBASSY

CHANGES
-. A number of U.S. Government
I. employes are being transferred
l' to the States from 'the end of this
.month to the first of July.
Mr. Russel Heater is being
i'tr.ansterred from the Embassy in
:''June after two years in Haiti;
P..'M.rs. Beatriz Spann, who has
i. spent two aud one-half years in
'"Haiti at the? Embassy will leave
.by the endJof May (Mr. Knicker-
.,:'bocker will arrive in June to re-
'. .plachee her); and Mr. Don Hansen,
'U.S.O.M. official, will leave the
counter -in July.
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I Miamians Here
On Goodwill Ship
The Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce s annual Goodwill
Cruise sailed into Port Thursday
on a one day sightseeing tour
before sailing out again enroute
for the Dominican Republic.
On board the S.S. Evangeline
more than 100 Chamber mem-
bers, accompanied by families
and friends, are on a cruise de-
signed to promote-social and bu-
siness relations in the West In-
dies according to committee chair
-man Leon C. McAskill.


HISTORY OF THE FLAG
AND UNIVERSITY DAY
The Red and Blue Haitian Flag
was created in May, 1803, upon
the recommendation of General
Alexandre Petion, during a Con-
gress held at Arcahaie consolidat-
ing the authority of General Jean
Jacques Dessalines and unifying
the general action for the final
and complete liberation of the ter-
ritory from the French.
Dessalines seized the French
flag, ripped from it the white
band which to him represented
the hated colonists, and the 'poss-
ible illusion that the Haitians in-
tended to keep their French citiz-
enship. He joined the blue band
to the red as a symbol of the uiion
of the black with the mulatto and
the two strips were sewn together
by a mulatrice named Katherine
Flon. On that day, May 18th, the
Haitian flag was officially created.
In 1918 the Haitian Government
decided to combine the -Jour de
l'Universit6 with the Flag Day
celebrations. The University is the
guardian of tde Flag, and in the
French signification of the phrase
vla totality des 6coles, the youth
of Haiti hold high the torch of
freedom General Petion and Gen-
eral Dessalines fought for and
won.

Youthful Reportage
This is an appreciation of Ma-
dame Valeinti's French ballet -by
eight-year-old Mark Stokes.
((THE BALLET
The Ballet was given at the
French Institute, on May 9, 1956
at '8:35 P.M. It lasted until 10:15.
It was very good.
At the briet there was two
plays. The first one was the
little girls. The last one a long
story.
It was about a prince that was
in love with a princess. But the
prince fell in love with another
girl, and the princes; got mad.
The prince was taken to some
bad people in a wicked place
The people were-going to kill
him, but he escaped. The prip7
cess wasn't mad at him anymore,
and they were married!r,


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Banque Nationale has added marble plaques, embellishing the tel-
lers' windows no end... Central Dessalines, the sugar factory at Cayes,
will be ready for operations in January, after a kix months face-lifting
and machinery repairs... The Institute Haitiano-American's Director,
Dr. St. John spoke at Institut Frangais' third conference of the third
cycle of 'Tuesdays. this week. His subject was: 'Maurice Donnay,
genie d'un drame de fin de siiecle.... One of HASCO's sugar-cane plan-
tations, near Croix des Missions caught fire last week... Tourist Boss,
Pierre Chauvet piloted several visitors on a trip to Mole St. Nicolas
last week-end in connection with a new project which includes *Le
Mole.... Haiti's Joe Gaetjens is still being lauded in Sport circles
abroad, for his memorial victory with the American team which elimi-
nated England from the World Cup of 1950. It was considered the sen-
sation of the century, and the ball that Joe kicked has a place in an
American Museum... It has been noted that Paraguay is the only Latin-
American Republic who has neither an accredited diplomatic agent
nor an Honorary Consul in Haiti... -Mil Huit Cent Quatre, (1804),
Joseph Renaud's latest poem has just been published, and the poet
has dedicated it to his native town, St. Marc... Cutbana de Aviacion
will soon open its new offices at Rue de la Reunion, the building is
near St. Christophe Tours... Garage Kneer and a short circuit made
the news Thursday night when the vigilant -Fire Brigade of the Pom-
piers' rushed to Rue do Peuple and put out the fire. No important
degAts. have been reported... From Texas came Engineer Jack G.
Ruff of International Processors this week for a few weeks sojourn
i in the Capital... OACO Director Raoul Hector and Engineer Pierre
Nazon witnessed the first 'coup de pioche, in the preliminary work
-on the new Port de Paix Workers' City on Monday...
FETES COMING
May 18 is the 153rd anniversary date of the Haitian flag... May 21
is the 12th anniversary of the Centre d'Art... Next month the 7th Od-
ontological Congress will be held... MOTHER'S DAY is celebrated the
last Sunday in May in Haiti... During this month and the month of
June youngsters will be receiving their -Premiere Communion,...
-Arbor' day comes around in June. Let's plant more banana trees...
The Haitian Boy Scouts are looking ahead to the coming World Jam-
boree... June Bride month coming beware bachelors... St. Louis de
Gonzague's Patron Saint's Day will be observed next month.. Pdtion-
Ville celebrates the *Fete de St. Pierre. on June 29...


INTERESTING

TRUE.


EDWARD SCOTT


INTEREST IN WHALE-HUNTING at the 23rd Parallel has been in-
tensified to a remarkable degree since Tony Navarro and I discovered
that with a certain type of ice, a remarkable likeness of Moby Dick&
will develop in a highball glass.
Shortly after this revelation was made publicly, a lady visitor to
Havana telephoned Tony and asked him where she could buy a set of
whales. She wanted to take them back with her to the U.S.A. and seem-
ed to be under the impression that we were in the whale-manufactur-
ing business. That is true, to some degree, but we do it with no thought
of financial gain. In fact. we make whales for fun.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a piece about the type of ice which pro-
duces the best whales. That in my opinion is the factory made ice
which has been produced on a spit or as the Gauls would say, ade
la glace en brochette,. Issbe has been taken with me on this point
by Earl Copeland, Editor of Clarente ,PaPppya Moore's intelligence
digest on the oil industry, :who claims that the best whales are made
from ice without hollow core.
The other day I went fishing with Sam and Bernice Stavisky in Bill
Powe's cruiser, 'Uva., and all we caught was a crystal Moby Dick,
in a glass. That, however, is not fishing, since a whale is not what Sir
William Davenant contented in 'Britannia Triumphans' in 1637:
, For angling rod, he took a sturdy oak For line, a cable that in
storm ne'er broke His hook was such as' head the end of pole To
pluck down house ere fire consumes it whole The hook was baited
with a dragon's tail. And then on rock he stood to bob for whale'.


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FASTER BETTER AT LESS COST
lancing Teacher: JERRY THOMAS
'hamp-de-Mars Rue Magloire Ambroise, No. 16
ome in today for a free trial lesson
Hours: Daily 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.=M.'


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AND THIS YEAR
IB 1956
SIS MEMORAMBE IN C[IEVROLET'S HISTORY
AS A YFAR OF ACHIEVEMENT
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SUNDAY. MAY -2Otb, 1956


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

Racket, Vice and a Printers' Devil went on a Roman holi-
day on page 4 of. dur last Sunday's edition with the story
under the heading: cLocal Newspapers Reprint Article on
Casino's Vice)). The dope (Pagesetter) got mixed up when
a line went astray. Here is what Hue, actually said.
NOT ONLY RACKET, BUT VICE...
Massive Production of samples of Simone de Beauvoir
uthlrd sex undertaken by the (Casino International)).
Actually it Is no more the ill-famed shows by peripatetici-
ans expertly disguised as artists which the Casino used to
present in days past or the paying business of plucking un-
scrupulously over-confident ducklings after doping them with
concentrated smoke thus anaesthetizing !their mental fac-
ulties through massive doses of lady nicotines, in this sort
of den pompously christened (night club)), these (Signoresk
have dow undertaken the exploitation of the paederasty con-
fraternity or sorority. Drastic measures had forced these in-
dividuals whose sex cannot be assuredly determined to shift
their meeting-places of immoral activities' Yet, since the re-
opening of the too famous Casino International male. prosti-
tution, as it were, resumed emulously. It is said that expert
(trainers)) have been called on the job with a view to initiat-
ing diffident youngsters and facilitating their j o i n i n g the
*clfentilen of the establishment.
We not only reprove such goings-on but call the public at-
tention to theo, as it is our duty to warm (warn) parents for
the safeguard of their teenagers who, by chance, could be
easy preys..
We call the public attention! and to avoid a scandal we
have passed names over in silence, but we could as well name
a few...
'Is this a new means for making Port au Prince the Iqter-
national Capital .of easy vice which these blusterers of the
Casino International have thought of?...)

Both the Casino and -the Police shrugged it off this week
as just another bit of sensationalism when questioned by the

THE IRRESPONSIBLE CASINO
As for the Casino International, few newspapers of the
country can say a kind word for it, for multiple reasons. The
brusque and ill-mannered Italian who does a great job at
mismanagement' at the ill-famed gambling place, is one of
the chief reasons. The purpose of the Casino, if we" are not
mistaken, was originally to add to Haiti's touristic attractions.
Yet, this gentleman refuses to advertise in local newspapers,
and even in the great publications of the Uinted States. En-
joying exclusive rights to the trade in this country, their
establishment is the only Casino in the Caribbean that is not
air-conditioned. An evening spent in the game rooms of the
Casino is a veritable adventures into Hades, in more ways
than one.
Instead of going ahead with the grandiose, plans they
made when. taking over the gambling, industry: fbur years
ago, and run special airlines from the States and from Vene-.
zuela, as is done bt the .I'ropicaha Night Club in Havana;
to bring' in visitors just to play at their tables, the Italians "of -
the Casino now content themselves with fleecing the wool
off the Ikal lambs. They niake no attempt to give to the Ca-
sino an Attractive and tourist-inviting atmosphere.
Mr. Cesari, the uncrowned king of mismanagement, takes
no part in the various tourist meets in the Capital although
the Casino is sunnnsed to be of aid to the countryVs tourism.
You might as well be looking for a needle in a haystack as to
try to pick out a representative of Casino International among
the groups who are tirelessly working on touristic programs..
In Prince Rainier's principality of Monaco, some of the
world's plushiest game rooms are operated and enough money.
to pay the national budget comes through the well organized
establishments that fly their clients in by special airlines from
European capitals. The .subjects of His Royal Highness enjoy
almost complete immunity from this glamour world where
millionaires may become paupers overnight.
But Casino International. with which we are afflicted here
in Haiti, has abandoned the tourism movement, and is sitt-
ing back of their desks figuring on more ways of takings the
local market.
It's time the Tourist Bureau looked into the activities of
.the mismanaging wizards of the group that have a monopoly
on Haiti's gambling industry. And if there is any truth in the
matter brought to the attention of the public by the xHue*
magazine, the. harm will have been done just the same, and
the responsible parties are the Italians of the Casino.


SFOR COUPLE OR SINGLE, CHILDREN WELCOMED
In beautiful surroundings, swimming pool, .etc.
Reasonable Rates impeccable service.
Apply Mrs. Myirto Mackenzie (Vve. A. Casimir)
Address: Maison.Claude Roy in Canape Vert
(near Liberian Legation)


VILLA 'ITROPICANA

MORNE CALVAIRtE (Close to Place PEiTION-VILLE
Offers the solution for those who prefer the personalized
comforts of a modern guest-house.
REASONABLE RATES
C Proprietor Mrs. Margareth Cameron Phone 7414


'(HAITI SUN)


Dear Sirs.

About one year ago I placed
a subscription with you for the
(-Haiti Sun,. for six months. Al-
though the expiration date ar-
;ived the 'Sun continued to
come. Each issue renewed my
enthusiasm for Haiti and my
great desire to return. However,
I cannot permit you to stand a
loss, hence a check to cover the
additional six months.

I would like you to know I
have thoroughly enjoyed all the
reporting; factual and yet warm
in feeling. The readiig of the
growth in functional and cultur-
al living is P rewarding experien-
ce. The humor and wit tucked in
here apd there is a real pleasure.
Especially interesting are the ar-
ticles written on traditions, folk-
lore, and small but "important
every day activities, of the Hai-
tian people.

I know that in-my next visit
to Haiti I will have'a more intel-
ligent approach to the communi-
ty and all that'I may come in
contact with because of the week-
ly reading of events in the Haiti
Sun.*

May success ride high on your
shoulders for years to come as
you continrc in the field of Jour-
nalism.

Thank you again for bringing
the sun through the cHaiti Sun)


into our home this past year.
MNost sincerely,.


(s) Mrs Nathalie A.
818 Florence Drive
Park Ridge, Illinois


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Editor, Haiti Sun,

Dear Sir;

I would like to congratulate you
on your excellent editorial of
May 13, by Jimmy PlUnton. Mr.
Plinton's Whit, How and why
trio of questions hits the nail on
the head.

The Red Cross organization is
a large one and I feel sure *that
they could invite some of their
Senior Life .Saving instructors


AN EX-RED CROSS
SAVER


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TOURS AND TRAVEL SERVICE

A visit to Haiti is not complete without a trek to the CitAd-

el. We specialize in the Citadel Excursion. Sightseeing $ours.. .


Our Experienced Guides Speak English.


Organizer of Tours in Haiti
Cohata-tickets on Sale at
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To be sure of performance, don't go "shopping" for bargains in spares.
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down here to set.'# training
program for .Haiti's clubs and
schools. That is the answer to
the What and How questions.
The government could assist the ,
Red Cross in this venture.
Jimmy Plinton answered the .
Why question himself: inability .
to help a brother in distress due
to circumstances beyond our owi
control is sad, but is a reason ..
Inability to help a brother in dis-..,
tress due only to unpreparedness
or selfishness is tragic and only ,
an excuse.t

Let's stop the excuses known
as UNPBEPAREDNESS, SEI&
FISHNESS or LAZYNESS and
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6elorws. Lose Race With Death


.Maria Rabouin expired at Ho. have made the tragic decision to
QLpital General last Saturday after- commit suicide. After absorbing
-' noon after doctors had worked the lethal dose, at 9:00 A. M. the
several hours in an attempt to sa- name of which was not revealed,
.'ve her life after she had taken a Maria suffered violent vomiting
.,-strolg dose of poison. Disconso- spells and was rushed to the hos-
Slate after a betrayal in her love pitall, at 2:00 P. M. She lost the
F.. ife, the unfortunate woman who race with time.
: .lives on the Grand'Rue is said to

SWell-known in Parisian and New York social circles, Mine.
-. Nouche Degener, has rented a $6.00 a month summer home
'at Gressier. Here are her feelings for the area. Twelve miles
Itfro Port au Prince.
SBy Nouche DEGENER.


SThere exists, on the road to
t Leogane, a part of paradise call-
Sed cGressier!* First, on the
Left, there is a magnificent eMa-
Spou* as whose feet rest majesti-
cally large black bulls, reminat-
S'ing by the cristal-like river that
bounces gaily
by -and runs
away under
the bridge
s where we are
standing. The
cattle has
come a long
way with
their shep-
herds- miles
and miles
from way out
:i9outh -,walking and sleeping,
so are now very happy and con-
tent with this pause. It' is their
last, I guess, before the Port-au-
SiPrince cabattoir.' But they don't
-: know it. so they are very happy.
p Such a scene.is extraordinarily


goes, avocados, sugar-came, pas-
kets full of bread of all shapes.
By the river the women di-
gnified squat washing the pink
and red garments Talk and
laughter in the shade of the trees
- it is a happy market.
Now we go towards the sea for
a visit to our friend the houngan.
Along the rice paddies of such
fresh, rich. green brown men
work the brown earth shining
in the hot sun. Along the way
you have the musical bells of the
little frogs.
We have fallen in love with-
and immediately renewed a beau-
tiful white ccaille which we will
paint pink -*This ecaillev is
near a big mango tree the
waves com9. to just a few feet
of its door this still nameless
caillet has.one eye on the sea
3nd the other on an immense
ricefield and the mauve moun-
tain.


beautiful and peaceful on the Two beautiful little boys have
background of little hits, big found for us a strip of sandy
shiny green leaves, the blue of beach where they frolic in the
the skies, and all the flowers, translucent waters they swim
Next we stop at our friends, *nd plunge like graceful things o
the Magistrate's little shop full the sea coming up with teeth
of the exciting mixed scents of flaslhing the happy smiles!
spices, dry herring and coffee. We have our romantic lunch
We have a cold cake. and listen in aCalebasses floating on the
to all the latest news of the ((en- softly waving tablecloth of the
vironss and watch the atraf- sea of freshly caught fish -'
fie*! The large red camionettes lobster with a hot sauce red
*ed* full of people of all ages and green peppers, and mnais-
in gay colored shirts and blou- mouluD. Also iced coconut water
Sal swinging this way and with fishermen and their fami-
that c- coming with all possible lies who gather to watch over us,
speed to-Cthe Gressier' market- The fishing boats come over
place. the horizon. Their sails make
They are beautiful. These wild them look like large, graceful
red cchar-A-bancst with their ex- brown butterflies.
travagant hats (could be by'New How can one find anywhere
York's Mr. John) of immense this beauty this dream this
green plantains sticking out, in peace this gentility? And how
all directions. Their necklaces of can one live without it?
live turkeys and chickens-hand As we .lowly fade into sleep,
hg upside down-in the dusty with our little ccaille.- standing
wind. by, and an affectionate hand si-
And charming names like eOk6 lently protecting us from a sud-
n'est nous., The market is den ray of sun or flicking an
full of color and activity. What a ant from our shoulder.
ccoup d'oeii, for a Spainter! All this cdouceurb makes even
the masses of oranges, little our own Paris peem very, very
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POLICE ROUND UP
EBBRRING BICYCLES
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The Traffic Police rounded up
violators among the bicycle ba-
rons all day last Saturday, and
sidewalks in front of the Bureau
du Port were lined with the two-
wheeled vehicles of the riders
who ran afoul of the law. The au-
thorities were generous in hand-
ing out fines and reading the riot
act to the offending cyclists.
They were warned that bicycles
may circulate, as do automobiles,
to the right of the road, and may
not venture into the forbidden
path. They must observe the ru-
les for one-way streets.


Public Relations Associates,
the organization that is in charge
of publicity and public relations
for the Haiian Government in the
United States, did a very com-
mendable job in its coverage of
the recent convention of the
Southeastern Chapter of ASTA.
A team headed 1y Irvy Mandell
consisting of Les Stern of the or-
ganization's Miami office, Mary
Johnson, the local representative
and photographer Ken Laurence
were ably assisted by members
of National Office of Tourism.
Public Relations Associates ha-
ve offices in New York, Chicago


and Miami. They were responsi-
ble for the seven-page story Ho.-
neymoon in Haiti* in the. current
issue of Bride's Magazine.

MINISTER YANCEY
HERE FROM LIBERIA
Mr. Ernest G. Yancey, Minister
of National Education of the Re-
public of Liberia arrived in Port-
au-Prince Monday afternoon. A
joint program will be arranged
between the Liberian and Haitian
Governments for an exchange of
sttldents and the establishment
of scholarships.


(HAITI SUITN)


SUNDAY, M A Y 20th, 19 5 6




(HAITI SUN)


Dfown oery Rue

MACHANN FRITAILLE early at the market where she To prepare the 'banane pe-
By Frank J. Bailey gets bananas, sweet potatoes, 'sdes, she peals the bananas, curs
,lambis, pork, ripe and peas. On each one oi them in two or
Most of the people here enjoy her wa: home. she stops at Croix three pieces (all depending on the
both seeing the cmachann fritail- des Bossales where she buys different sizes), puts them into
les at work and eating what they small fish and at a grocery salt water for a few minutes,
prepare. where she buys flour by the boils them, flattens the pieces
There ara two different kinds pound and. very now and then, between two small pieces of flat
of cmachann fritailless to be seen .-ouking U.i by- tile gallon. With wood and ruts them to fry. She
here: the er. preparing her stuff, takes it I / / latocs. The amarinades are
to her nunie:ous clients at the j /- made by mixing flour with wat-
various quarters orf the capital (' )" er (a full glass of water. for a
in the day time and the one who r\./1N pound of four). She puts salt and
works in front of her house in / I pepper in the combination to
the evenings and who, beside mpr'ove tho taste and fries them
some exce')tional occasions such :eiM arately (one big full spoon for
as the yearly cfete St. Pierre v 1 r ach emarinadc). cGrillstt is
at Petion-Ville, dfte Mont Cr- po.-k fried in a particular way)
melt in Port-au-Prince, fte IAs very tasty. The epoisson fril
Vierge de Saut d'Eaui at Ville ire the 'small fish which, after
Bonheur and some public mani- being scraped and cleaned out
festations in the capital or else- itrE fried. The 4du riz-ac-pois: is
where where she can make some ,, rice and neas, as it is usually pre-
rapid sales, never moves her mer- armed d at rwrvatc houses.
chandises. To this category be- The cosis of these things are:
longs Lumena at whose place banane pesdev, .patate fril, and
your reporter and a group of a marinades one cent each; agril-
friends were having a pleasant lott, two cents' for a small piece,
evening lait Saturday. opisson fri (fried fish) from two
Owner of a home made stove fit- to five cents each and 'du riz ac
ted out with charcoal and a cou- -- _-- poisa (rice and peas)' from ten
ple a large kettles, in which she cents a plate and up.
cooks, Lairena. is seen in- front the bananas she prepares tbana- Lumena, who your reporter in-
of her house every evening work ne pes6et, with the potatoes aPa- lerviewed last Saturday, was
ing by the eightt of a cttte gridap- tale Fri.and with the pork, she born in- Ville Bonheur in 1898.
pet lamp. She is such a cmachann prepares ;grillotv; the rice and The first ie she came to the
fritaille'. j.peas are cooked together just as capital was in 1908. She 'Hlias a
Every mo-nihg she leaves her it is usually prepared and the daughter wbo just got married
house at seven o'clock so as to be small fish fried, and a son who is studying mecha-
nics. She. is a master of her art
:X-k':,:. and is very active. She -knows
,.. 'l .. .. hein advance that is going on in the
't' ... city and is always among the
OX.;-. first nmarhann fritailles* to be
-. there, especially when it is a
good occasion for her to make
N :sokne rapid sales. Her special at-
.Lra'ctlon is 9t th agaguerress on
'Sanday afternoons where, while
watching ihe cock fights she
1 1 makes good sales.
She says that her progress has
d been quite rewarding because,
from a ,xreqtA avec. she became
4F%. a cook, then a typical member of
V -w~wthe trade which she is actually
AE. PARIS, piacticing and her work is ap-
E r,,"hciated by all those who know
har.
She told Nyour reporter that.
Finte, motivahd by her ambi-
clq/a g.Y oc. a$to tion, arid helped by no one, she
Aot'so far on the social ladder
6&s4 that her hope is to persevere in
..what she is doing and go further
1 ,up hV being sooner or later the
o'.vnerF or later the owner of a
5IJ~.e ds Caseismn,. .bip, restauraut.
Fh*.3888 This .woman .who'ls always seen
n front of her little house sell-
ing he" tasty food believes in the
old French proverb: 'evouloir
C'es- pouvoiri (where there, is a
will, there is a way).


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BELLANDE GIVES HOLIDAY IN DEC.


Seyimours Presented One-Week
'.Free Vacation At Dikini City


SThe gentlemarl with the broad smile on his face is Dr. Seymour
" Meyer, New York surgeon, who is receiving the first certificate issued
? by the .Dikini-Belleville' management, entitling Dr. and Mrs. Sey-
Smour to one-week's free vacation at the $3,500,000 Dikini tourist city,
Supon its completion on or about December 1, 1956. In a ceremony held
Last Saturday at Dikini-Belleville (Mr. C. D. Bellande's residence), Mr.
SBellande presented the certificate to Dr. Seymour in appreciation of
. .his interest and enthusiasm in the resort which will be settled on
:, hundreds of beautifully landscaped acres on the foothills of Morne
SHopital, nine minutes from the capital. Witnesses to the ceremony
are: From left to right, Mr, Louis A. Brun, Adrien Bellande, G. D.
: Bellande,'Mrs. G. D. Bellande, Mrs. Seymour Meyer, Mr. Louis A..
'"Brun, Mr. Meyer, Mrs. Adrien Bellande and Col. Georges Bayard.
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The em.ours, through receipt of the guest certificate, will be one of
'the first to enjoy the many attractive facilities the resort will have
to offer its guests. Among these features will be included more than
a hundred bungcl6ws, an 11-story main apartment building, three large
swimming pools. a golf course, horse and greyhound 'racing, night
lub and restaurant, cock fight stadium and many others. Their bun-
galow will have glass jealousy windows on three sides and contain
Sa combination s:ove-refrigerator and two bedrooms with an adjoining
bathroom. Their roof will have a large sundeck. Twenty-five of these
houses are in the process of completion and 35 more will be open
for guests by, December 1.


CHOSE LT GENS .US
LARGE [HUMOR GRAB-BAG
by Jacques LARGE


Jacqe L.a'irge is a Haitian hu-
, morist, and here we have a large
Sgrab-bag of his short pieces.
These reminiscences are a fas-
cinating study of Jacques' expe-
riences daring hi& travels
through various countries on a
shoe-string. They are all 'done
in a rather sophisticated French
manner, to be sure, but they are
nevertheless very funny indeed.
What Jacques gives us is simply
good, every-day situation come-
dy, coupled with some sharply
original characters and some ter-
rifically funny (and sometimes
sentimental) scenes.
Take the time, for example,
when our hero, with .only $10.
left in I::, pocket, applied for a
cdish-washing job in a large
New York restaurant. He didn't
*quite- last lt.e day out. He did his
best. but it was not quite good
.enouglb, a walking demonstration
,of the general futility of an up-
percla.; Haitian in a servantless
wo-ld
Or t.'e-'. a.ny of his pitiful at-
tempt. to cope with, or simply
comprehend, the unbelievably de-
vinu) and mysterious workings


of the average American land-
lady's mind. One day she would1
ply him with free drinks on the
house and' affectionate glances,-
the next day, he'd come home
to find his radio gone because
he had been one dry late with
the rent.
It must have been Indeed dif-
ficult for a Haitian t. keep his
dignity when he was being dren-
ched by the hot and cold waters
of a dish-washing machine, and
by the cold seas of life In a hos-
tile world but Jacques Is a gentle.
man to the cMre, and he manag-
ed somehow to have lived
through a whole year in the good
old U.S.A. But if he came back
t.i Haiti, who can blame bman,
after all he had been through?
All in al!, this experience with
Jacques is to put it mildly, a plea-
sure, and it adds up to a fascinat-
ing tale.
By Linda Alien
(GCHOSES ET GENS VUS,
has been appearing in chapter
form in OPTIQUS, one of Haiti's
leading and newest literary ma-
gazines.)


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SUNDAY, M A Y 20th, 19 56 (HAITI SUN) PAGE 132".
A.4
LNCGUIST FINDS SAME BASIS IN U.S., HAITI CREOLE rain. of Port au Prin.e. Dr. Morgan is.'6.
S____________,_______________ He had opened the first lecture, faced with the problem of buying
LOUSI ANA CRE L L ER TO FRE H at the Haitian-American Institute, Haitian dolls, drums and colorful, I
LOUISIANA CREOLE CLO SEl TO FRENCH by bringing the greetings of all costumes for the girls and mahog-.'*
S(C3'irinued from page Ii after all that is the way most lan- sent down to lecture at their Se- the colored populations of the U. any products and paintings for his i
guages are measured., he explain- minaire and Dr. Morgan was giv- S. to the Haitian people, whom wife, Virginia Moss Morgan, a.
AJi e:. in Lnijii.una, Dr. Morgan was in- Creole are basically the same al- series of discourses at the Bi-Na- offering three more lectures at This is a far more complieated.j
vited t.r@ attend the 'Literary though the Louisiana Creole has tional Center in Managua. After the Institute on successive Wed- problem for the smiling lingtistics `i
Goat. at Morisseau-Leroy's Thea- become de-creolized and closer to six weeks of lectures on English nesday evenings at'eight, expert than the teaching of Engi- -
tre d'f'aiti and participate in dis- the original French. The prefixes teaching and a second series for As is only natural the learned ish to French speaking pupils '-
eussiouri on how Creole should be used before the verbs are the the general public on linguistics educator is 'anxiously anticipating choosing gifts for the family from
written. He said, 'The Haitians I same, for example.. and the Romance Languages, he the birthdays of his three daught- among the wide assortment of- .
have came -in contact with are of -Haitian Creole retains more al- flew to Haiti to continue a simil- ers, by extensive shopping tours fered in Port au Prince. .
the opinion that Creole should be leged African features due to the ar series. "
written asi close to the original abrupt cutting off of French in the Before, departing from Washing lIJT .T E T r T \
French as possible so that the per- 1800s, while in Louisiana the slav- ton, Dr. Morgan had expressed a WINSTON F I L T E R)P D'
son reading can easily transfer to es stayed closer to their masters desire to visit Haiti and Mr. Gene _
French A writer should stick to and therefore their Creole has Graffis, at the U.S.I.S. Office in
the Frenrch spelling where the more characteristics of French Port au Prince, had been contact- FIlST !N SALES
words approximate the Creole grammar', he said. ed and arrangements made for
pronunciation and phonetically Dr. Morgan considers himself a -him to give a five week series of a
where tlihey do not.. very lucky man. Upon his depart- lectures at the Lyc6e du Cent-Cin I 1an.'.
The handsome educator, who ure from Haiti in three weeks he quantenaire on Wednesday morn-
studied Creole in Louisiana under will return to his home to help ings and at the Haitian American i-
a Carnegie Foundation Fellowship, celebrate the birthdays of his Institute Wednesday evenings. ic aV4
said in e-.tablishing a writing syst- three daughters (Carol 12, Jill 9 The Wednesday morning lect- M
ern for Creole, the letters must and Phyllis 3) who were all born utires, taking place at 10:30 a.m.,
conform to present printing meth- during. the same month June. are especially designed for Haiti-
odis nod letters already set up in After the birthday celebrations an teachers of English and appro- CIGARETTES
type, so -s to keep down the costs are completed, Dr. Morgan, who ximately 60 people have been at- FILTER,
'I
Because of these practical consi- hqlds a Master of Arts and s Ph. tending. Dr. Morgan said, .My
derathorL;. a linguist must often D.- from the University of Michi- main task is to help these people Tuawsc DOETC If
compromise on the adoption of a gan, will begin training in Wash- with their teaching problems. I i
completely : phonetic alphabet. ington to take a post as cultural present to them the problems that F I E- R*'
'There will be a certain amount affairs officer in Bonn, capital of should crop up in teaching Engl- M IN U
of cultural isolation in the use of the Federal Republic of Germany. ish to French speaking peoples 1 9 5 5
Creole', he explained, -and there His joining the Foreign Service and attempt to give them the pos-
is existing today the same type of is quite a coincidence. One day sible answers. It is too early to CIGARETTE OUTPUT BY BRANDS
problems that arose in the Middle list Summer, while attending the iudse as yet but the teachers at- CAMEL R. J. Reynolds 79,900,000,000' "
Agent when the Romance Langu- Linguistic Institute at Georgetown tending my lectures speak English Brand-B 62,700,000,000
ages were sufficiently different University in Washingtob, D. C., quite well and are capable instruc- Brand-C 58,000,000,000
from LatLn tc be called independ- h' decided that he would enjoy tors., Brand-D 54,200,000,000
ent langnuages. The Creole langu- some overseas experience and Under the patronage of Minist- FILTER BRANDS 520,
ages are -egarded as symbolic of went into the office of the United er of Education Franek Devieux WINSTON l. J- Reynolds 23,000,000,000
low css-te exactly as those using States Information Agency to ap- and First Secretary a.i. Milton .Brand-B 20,100,000,000 '
Latin looked down on the Rom- oly for an overseas job. There was Barall of the U.S. Embassy, Dr. Briand-C 12,400,000,000 .
dance veraaculars., nothing immediately available but Morgan's first lecture on Bilin- Brand-D 6,600,000,000
Smilir.n and soft spoken, Dr. within) a short matter of time the gualism in Creolized Languages, 1.-SENSATION BAZAR
Morran LS a strong defender of Bonn appointment came through, with particular reference to Loui- Emile Alaximilien 77 Rue des Miracles
Creole -1i a language in itself. Meanwhile. Nicaragua requested siana Creole, was greeted with 2.-MAGASINS DE L'ETAT
- Creole has its own grammar, and that an expert on Linguistics be great enthusiasm in spite of the 3-ALL GROCERY STORES



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_____________________ (HAITI SUN) ____ SUNDAY, M A Y 20th, 1956


K:ASTA DELEGATES FETED EDITOR FINDS
H PLENTY WRONG
E, fi.YALLY BY HAITIANS IN U.S. PRESS
iI' .: *
y NED.AITCHISON JohnsonWhat's wrong with the U. S.
SH d Ttavel EditorRobert Belchambers.Mai press? With circulation and ad
Herald Trel Editor .R B h b M Ma-
,r:' Mc Dougall and Hill. revenue at a peak few editors and
I. PORT-AU-PINCE Beauti- Publicity was in charge of Mrs. publishers seem to be in any
'fru Haiti sprea& out the red car- Sue Whetl nd Pierre Chauvet; mood for self-criticism. But last
p et for visiting members of the Hal, Hall, Ed Brown and Bad week, in the Saturday Review,
-..Sbutheastern chapter of the A- WheatEy spised edeia Editor Louis B. Shelter of Cleve-
:Merican Society of Travel Agents si Farr- James Ml and land's afternoon Press (cir. 309,-
ad a royal time resulted for Mar. MDougal hospitality, and 685,) one of the country's top
t42.,e viro. Irvin Frankel and Fred Francke,
:the visitors.composed ti e resolutions commit, journalists, found plenty wrong
Sse d the with newspaper.
1.,. Following the convention many, tee. with newspaper.
ofthe delegates and their wives' Seltzer noted a switch in the
deleate andien their wives
flew.o Ciudad Trujillo Monday From President Paul E. Ma- roles of the newspapers, once
'. ^eTueusday and Wednesday to be glore and secretary of Commer primarily concerned with fact
|? guests of the Dominican Repu- ce Franek Devieux on down, go- and opinion, and the magazines,
bic and inspect the Internation- vernmental and civil agencies in- which once dealt mainly in fic-
c al.Fair of Peace aedl chuding hotelmen, restauranters
,%-,,a.Fi of Peace and. Progrss ^ % : ~ r tionsnd features eThe magaz-
.. and tohr managers, placed every tion and features. cThe magazi-
ther.. .i--_,,_ines gradually became the instru-
e." E.facility of the country at disposal nes radunlby became the instra-
4 Here in Portn-Prince, men of original reporting, cru-
[UIU of St. Petersburg, t of the visitors and they liked ments of original reporting, cru-
eHi0pe regonf re i at they saw, including Haiti's sading, investigative reporting.
Wf the rgnal 'grp, preaded breanduof ospity and The newspapers... gradually took
at the chapter sessions, with War. fabled brand of hospitality. and on the former coloration of the
rn Freeman of Miami, chair- its lovely scenery..________ magazines, with their fiction,
'..sznr of the allied section, presi- features, crossword puzzles, pa-
':cdhg at its meetings, held separa- a nels, columnists, comics and
tely from those of the parent or- other entertainments... Newspa-
-Amiztiong te Problems consid- pers, many of them built to great-
SAmong he problems consid- ness on the tradition of fearless
:,ertd by the allied members was repotting, .are only going through
,:' h:at of the no-show situation af- the motions of covering beats or
Infecting both hotels and airline waiting.for the news releases to
carrierss. A>, X 4 be thrown through the transom...
.:Because of the seriousness of
erbe Fre neBecause of the seriousness of It's much easier to hire wire ser-
.:the problem, Freeman named the vices -than to gather; write and
U owingg committee to study it t I print local news... You don't get
Pbndiake reompmendtions for t into arguments with your readers
^bi~nging out improvement: ovelIIV ur it *
'Art Adler, Miami Beach, chair- ll 11)// o licv e in. Rfrrato
1131njore-Nris dwnBi Police in the Refrigerator.
isho, Lloy MoellIr M R Win B- Newspapers are weakest in cove-
i.shop loyl Moeller, M. R West- rage, said Editor Seltzer, just
:'phal, Art Fennan, au- of Miami; C afo
Tony Vaughn, Havana, and Terry where they should be strongest-
,-.onard C -. ^ in their own communities, over-
General chairman of the con- fl at whelmed as they are by tremen-
vention was Gege Oldham ________ dous change, industrial expan-
Go rg sion,- educational inadequacies,
t',.: o m_ _--- --- housing shortages, racial fric-
t.., ions... -Local situations are the
conversation pieces for nine-
SDine rand dance nightly from 7:30 to tenths of the talk among news-
eT'^ H1 fISwr:.j^ I i paper readers. Most papers, bow-
11:00. Our conjunto plays as long as you paper readers. Most papers, how-
Sr ever, give nine-tenths of Page
Swish in the air-conditioned Mardigras Bar One to news from remoter and
R-- ly onc of its kind in Haiti. A gala less controversial -areas. They
n then check with the New York
dinner d a n c e is held Wednesday night Tues to sec if their judgments
ngtTines to see if their judgments
w'itil5 R a o u I Guillaume. Highly trained are'upheld.
ssIt's. easy to cover the annual
i n Serv- meeting of the welfare Federa-
ice with Continental -cuisine. tion, but it's tough to tell about
T't.'l .. AT YOU1R SERVICE the veteran probate judge who
.. S is stealing from 'estates in his
CASTELHAIJI HOTEL trust. It's easy to reprint the po-
r-" -- --. ---- -- "-... u .......- ... lice chief's report on how crime
'W f -has declined each year, but rugg-
r ed when you set out to document
M K'- NG .'j' how policemen are mooching
W E'RE-FLYING from the refrigerators of brot-
TO hels. It's'easy to talk about dese-
L .EP, gregation far away, but not right
K:M 'TO EUR PE at home..
Color in PapersS U. S. paperF
and saving $ have deteriorated in appearance
: over M as we'll as content, says Seltzer
o. v....4, Too many meet the problem of
... higher newsprint costs by c'ut
.:.. ting out white space, narrowinF
,. column ru'es, shortening lines
of type, crowding another co-
;a, lum'n to a page, (resorting to) one
or more f a dozen devices to
.,* 'make the'paper look worse, which
S' 'in turn make it harder. to read
and make the reader mad enough
r:.t > I Eto turn his attention to television


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ras a lac! On a KLM De Luxe.Fliht to PORT-AU-PINLE
Sandy city In Europe a'fainily of four- -., .
L :lather, mother and two children between lfl / fn.
S .i12 and 26:years ot am ave-$1020 on the bar ljW *
;j round tripI Family Travel Season-Nov. OF v Al-lor
i to War. Al-makes tWs big saving pos- OF EXQUISITE
F. j 1h. Why don't you give you, faniiny..a
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magazine .. Nine out of ten pa-
pers are crowded, lack eye-appeal,
crowd too much in too little..
What is ine business doing about
co o,. cr is it going to abandon
that great area of popular appeal
entirely to the magazines and te-
levision?
SOnce the reader came to the
newspaper because he had few
other places to go; now it must
go to him. He can't any longer
be offered a product in a 'take-it-
or-Ieave-it' spirit. He's got to be
coaxed, sold. The newspapers
must be part of his family. He
got to feel.the editor is his friend
and not just a big corporation
trying to rake his money.'
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CONDITIONS WERE BETTER ON THE COAST IN BUCCANEER DAYS


People who are accustomed to travel on de luxe cpaque- tain Orest: P i e r r e, of Ba-
bots or who are not aware of the hardships of life on Haitian raderes, since February of 1941.
sail and motor boats might think that voyaging along the coast The native of the- small town in
is full of poetry and adventure. Indeed it is nice to look at the south of Haiti, which can
these small craft painted in every color imaginable, swinging only be reached by water, is mar-
slowly on the calm waters of the Capital's harbor. There are tried and the father of two girls.
hundreds of them near the ccabotage dock. And, their names Toughened by a life-time of hard-
are taken from voodoo mythology and the Roman Catholic ship at sea, on vessels that have
Saint's calender. Agou6 (God of the Sea) can be seen right changed little, since the Buccane-
near eSt. Peter and Paubl and eDieu Protege, (God the Pro- ers sailed these same waters,
sector) not far from Erzulie, (Goddess of Love). Captain Pierre is today a simple
and frank mnan who is aware of
Their presence in the harbor a speed of seven to eight knots the short-comings of the Haitian
xot oly recalls Haiti's sovereign- and carries 120 passengers, and coastal service. As a boy he went
ty with the ballad of masts and a crew of 19 has been command- off to sea on the cMerci,z the
small Haitian flags clapping in ed by 33 ye a r old Cap- eImmaculeeo and as second cap-


the air, but they represent the
life lia or far away localities,
which owold starve If these boats
ceased b9o market their products
and deliver their necessities of
life.
Jere-mi,. is one of these many
isolated towns which count hea-
vily on the <:cabotage to keep
alive and ,1so to compete with
Les Cayes. its southern neighbor
and rival.

Jeremite boasts thp besti of
Haiti's coastwise vessels, mostly
motor boats. The oldest and the
biggest o.f Jeremie's fleetp is the
70 ton of th.e R-3izier Freres Line. Last
Tht-sday the c4Sirene, with the
whit,'? [a.int peeling off its sun
blistered hull, counted 17 years
of service.
TII:i c,3atal veteran which has


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tain on the Caribe and the
Claris" until he became Captain
of the eSirene. Captain Pierre,
one of the few captains able to
read, studied Navigation and
seamanship by correspondence
courses until he was forced to
stop from lack of funds.

Passengers who pay only a
$2.00 fare for the trip between
Port-au-Prince and Jeremie find
it hard to travel in so much squa-
lor and promiscuity, but i is
still harder for the sailors who
have to spend all their lives on
the sea. There is practically no
shelter to protect passengers
from the rain and cold. There

arc six bedsteads, only that of
the Captain and First Mate have
mattresses, the rest are furnish-
ede with enattee' (mat beds) for
the two mechanics, the steermanI
and the sailors.

Like others in the trade, the
Sirenev carries coffee, cocoa,
salt, corn, charcoal wood, cows
and goats to the Capital and re-
turns to Jeremie. Cayes, Jacmel
and other nut-ports with gasoline,
flour, cloth, cement, codfish and
herring. Freight costs on these
ships vary-the freight is analyz-
ed and the rates are discussed.
A ship of this type can average
anywhere from $200 to $600 a
trip.


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A DANGEROUS SITUATION
The deplorable situation which
most of Haiti's coastwise shipp-
ing finds itself today is exempli-
fied on the queen of the fleet.
No safety devices are to be found
aboard the 4Sirene> no fire
extinguishers, no'life-belt-vary
little water aqd not even a bottle
of alcohol for medicinal purpo.
ses. There is a small life boat
that has space for six persons
and in case of a sinking would
be the first to reach Davy Jones
(bottom of the sea) locker be-'
cause a total of 139 passengers
and crew members would be
fighting for the six places on the
small dingy.
Once, in September of 1955,
the weather was so bad that Cap- -
tain Pierre had to seek shelter
at Grand-Boucan and wait until
the storm subsided. A woman,
who was expecting a child, was
so frightened by the high seas
that she gave' birth to a small
girl on board the ship. Captain.
Pierre put two sailors ashore to
search the locality for a midwife
to take care of the mother and
the baby. They were successful.
and the eSirenez chalked up a
second girl to be born aboard.
A sailor's salary is,$20 a-month
but, to implement their, wage,
some steal soap, clothes and.:
other items from the cargo. In .
numerous cases they are fired
and sent to jail. Captain Pierre,,;..
who is responsible for building .
up their morale, likes courageous
and honest men. To keep them.,
from pillaging he says he eats
his meals with them and gives,
them money from his own purse. .
,Indeed something must be
done for the seamen,, said Cap-
tain Pierre, awe need better pay,
medical care, schooling and theo.
ric and practical training.. The
veteran seaman said, gWe hope
that our voice will be heard be-, :
cause -our claims are just. Other
labor groups are organized and
we don't see why we are treat-,
ed like poor brothers. We were
net invited to the May Day pa-,'-
rade, although we were expect-
ing to participate in this joyful
celebration.u .
(Readers of the column. uCyo :_
nique Creole, will recall Emile.:'
Roumer's fine description of his'
voyage on the Sirene to his..
home town-Jeremie.)
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(HAITI SUN)


_________________SUNDAY, MAY 20th, 195 ;.


AtILN nr


: 'Since Lord and Lady Tuck sailed into port on the good ship aTe-
coma* and found that the best snails in the Caribbean were served
upi: with a ffine garlic sauce at the Picardie in Ptionvifle numerous
,- acqmainahces have delved into the life and habits of the commonly
saiiL


N ALL ABOUT SNAILS

In France," although the snail
SIs an item on all good menus,
Jean Cadart, snail lover and one-
Stime snail merchant, discovered
- a serious lack: there was no up-
S' to-date book on edible snails. The
Sgap has now been filled by a book
:' 'by Cidart himself. Les Escargots
:(Paoul LechevalHer 750 francs)
c- overs the subject with airtight
completeness.

., Though Author Cadart is con-
corned professionally with snails
'- as food, he seems to regard them,
even uncooked, with affection.
SHis first chapter describes their
slow,.idyllic lives: how they emer-
v.je from the soil in spring after
..'a few days of sunshine; how they
k. cruise through the dewy dawn,
il.aying down roads of silvery sli-
EE^Te, in search of tender herbage;
'how they. explore the nearby
I-. world with their sensitive tent.
Scles; how they glide over obsta-
'. cles; how they retire into their
K' shells whe.:wind or heavy rain
.strikes their tender skins. cThe
snail is a peaceable creature,,
!. says Cadart. 'Excesses of nature
Sdo not please him.i Patiently in
Shis shell he waits until trouble
is over. cWhat animal seems
I..niore free and happy than the
escargot?
SBut Alas! says Cadart, life is
'-" not so easy. The peaceable snail
.has a hostof enemies: the wea-
Sther, rats; turtles, crows, foxes,
u ducs, parasitic insects that lay
-'eggs in its flesh, aind picnickers
who abandon.bits of canned heat,
which is death to nails.When
Cadart has described all the troun-
,b"ies of les escargots, he is close
,t6 tears.

) FOR DESSERT AND LENT.

: The mail, surviving all attacks,
,has interested man since earliest
Times. Cadart tells of Stone Age
people who lived ahnlmost exchiusi-
. vely ot snails. The Greeks loved
, snails both gastonomically and
Scientifically. Aristotle described
t hem in detail; Pliny told how
the omans cultvated them for
Food. In Roman Gaul, snails were
served as dessertand 4In medie.
val Europe they were raised
: by convents and monasteries as
Scanonical food for Lent.
Having established snalls'in cul-
tural perspective, Cadart goes
Into more detail about their ana-
"tomy and their slippery lives. As
mollusks risen from the sea and
hardly adapted to the land, they
are dependent on humidity. They
prefer to travel and graze only
r when light'prain is falling or when
the ground is wet with dew. The
rest of the :imre they sleep safe-
,ly shut in their shells, sometimes
sealed into them with a mem-
brane of driede mucus. Their
senses of touch and smell are
areute, but jhe little eyes on the
ends of their tentacles are not ef-
ficient; they must be moved very
.'-close .to an object before the
snail- really, sees it.
The locnomotion of the snail is
explained in detail. The long flat
-cfo@.,'lays 'down a roadway of
:sticky mucus; then parts of the
fobt grip the ground while other
parts move forward. Whenii the
snail is crawling on glass, the ae-
tion of its foot can be seen as a


series of slow waves. The speed
averages 2 1/2 in. per minute,
and the snail makes about 35
foot-waves to cover this distance.
The attractive force is consider-
able. A snail can lift five times
its weight up a vertical surface,
and on the horizontal it can pull
a toy wagon loaded with 200
times its weight up a vertical sur-
face, and on the horizontal it can
pull a toy wagon loaded with 200
times its weight. If 25 snails
could be induced to crawl in the
same direction at the same time,
they could pull the weight of a
good-sized man.
When snails mate. the; '.t'r'*
blue in the'mace, and the opera-
tion takes so long that if it starts
when rain is falling it may .not
be completed until hot sunshine
endangers the lives of both
snails. But the effort is notably
productive. Since snails are her-
maphroditRs. each of the partici-
pants becomes both a fatherland
a mother. They lay their eggs"
(more than one-tHird of their to-
tal weight ) :n small hollows dug
in loose soil. This slow-motion ac-
tion may take about two days.
A DOOR OF LIME. Snails may
live five years, but they reach
maturity in a year. When au-
tumn come's. it brings the crisis
of their lives: they must prepare
for the winter by burying them-
selves in the soil and secreting a
door of lime to cover the open-
ing of their 'shell. Only strong
and healthy snails completely ac-
complish this process.. Those that
omit any dftail die during the
winter.
The subject of the snail's bou-
ehage stompingg up) is dear to the
professional heart of Author Ca-
dart. Befor.4 snails hibernate,
their flesh is full of small, hard
particles oZ lime that.make them
less desirable in the eyes of gour-
mets. The lime is a reserve for
buildhig the winter door, so when
a snail is dug from his refuge,
his flesh is in top condition, free
of shelly sand.
On this central fact is built the
snail merchandlsing.-profedsion.
Cadart tell how snails are col-
lected in the wild or raised In
breeding establishments, in sum-
mer they are placed in sparks
(which date back to Rofiman
times) and provided with shade
and moisture. They are fed cab-
bage or other nourishing food
and given loose soil to dig In.
The idea is to bring them to bou-
chage in top condition. Fat and
healthy, they dig their nests and
seal themselves in for the winter.
Then the snail breeders dig them
up and ship them to buyers.
When snails are broiled, the mu-
cus in which they are sealed rea-
ches the boiling point. Then the
snails( sing,) says Cadart;.
Enough snails sang their death
songs in France during 1I52 to
reach in a slowly crawling line
all the way around the earth.


CUBA FETE


The Cuban Ambassador and
MAirs. Francisco de Arce, is enter-
taining today at a reception from
11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. on the
occasion of the 54th anniversary
of the Independahce of the Re-
public of Cuoa, at their residence
on Avenue du Chili.


| oogoode.y ^

Dear Miss Doogoode.
I have a problem which I hope
you can help me solve. I went
out with my boy friend Tuesday
night for an innocent ride along
the Bizoton Road. My parents
thought I must have been at the
Cinema or' the Match because
they were terribly Fache with
me because instead of returning
at the hour of bed, which in my
home is nine o'clock I arrived at
12:30. They were very much wor-
ried about my whereabouts and
say that I bring disgrace and now
misery to them. I was taking the
air with my friend when an act
of God threw water and rocks
all over the road and there we
were like many others jammed
on the road a few minutes from
the Exposition. I was not upset
because I love my boy friend. He
was very upset Do you think he
docs not love me dr because he
is afraid for my reputation, and
that my parents will force him
to ask for my hand. I don't want
a funny anh-weer please help me
in my moment of need.

Signed, Fate
Dear 'Fate,
S I-think it is-time you had a
frank talk 'with your boyfriend
and ask him what his intentions
are and remember in .the future
not to use this road for it is al-
ways blocked in the rain.
Mary.


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Father Rioux, -King of the Island of Tortuga,, is shown receiving
a $250 donation from the International Club de Commerce Committet
on the occasion of the Club luncheon last May 9. His 40-minute talk
on the Ile de ]a Tortue, its trials and tribulations, was so successful
that city businessmen jumpedoup and made an on-the-spot collection
and the Commerce Club gave the check to enable this Father of the
Roman Catholic Church and Doctor of Medicine to continue his huma-
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SUJNDAY,,IVIAY 20th, 1956 (HAITI ~,UNj PAGE 17


,CABRIT LITTERAIRE, DEBATES ON CREOLE'S

ORTHOGRAPHY AND LINGUISTIC INFLUENCES


The ,.cCabrite Litteraire" at
Theatre d'Haiti, Morne Hercule,
attracted a large number of ip-
portar.' writers and scientists,
last Sunday morning, who gathe-
red tc, discuss the problem of
Creaie Orthography.
Creole Literature Protagonist
Morisseau-Leroy opened the dis-
russian. stating to have come for codifying the
orthography of creole, since so
many writers are using -the creole
language in nine different ortho-
graphic systems
Mo-risseau-Leroy is not concer-
ned w-ithl the pedagogic aspect of
the problem; and says that he
does not write for those who do-
not know how to read. Mostly, he
is concerned with trying to con-
vince thosq who can read and
who are cnitstomed to the phy-
sical aspect of the French page.
He therefore writes every creole
word the 3ame as it is written in
French. that .is every word of
Frencih origin he writes accord-
ing to. the French root. Other
words are '% written arbitrarily, but
according tC the phonetics of
French.
Emmanuel Ambroise immedia-
tely arose to the attack, and held
that, in his opinion, the writer
should concern himself with the
millions of peoples who speak
creole only.
The Departments of Education
and Labor in a joint program
adopted the Pressoir Faublas
System, contended Morisseau-Le-
roy who while he did not make
any criticism did not however


find the system to his personal
satisfaction.
Dr. Price-Mars, famed Ethnolo-
gist, then expressed his point of
view, emphasizing the co-existen-
ce of Frent-. and Creole in'laiti.
He declared that although he
found it no problem to read the
works of Morisseau-Leroy, others
made creo'e very difficult read-
ing for people accustomed to the
Freuch page.
Dr. Morgan, visiting linguist of
the Haitian-American Institute,
and Odnell David, author of the
famous thesis in defense of creole
both insisted that the science of
linguistics s.nould be the only one
to determin4- how creole should
"be written.
Mr. Parnison of the Office of
Adult Education remarked that
the phonetic system has not
given the expected results and
should, in his opinion, be reject-
ed.
It was concluded by most of
those participating ir the session
that the matter of creole ortho-
graphy should now be the con-
cern of both Government offi-
cials and the men of letters of
Haiti.

XXX

Today's :Literary Goatr will
continue the subject of creole
orthography and the actors and
authors who are the usual'guests
of Theatre d'Haiti will read some
poems.

XXX


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(Continued from page one)
ANOTHER BOAT COMING outboard motors, lamps, hooks,
The businessmen were told lines, better traps, better mate-
the United Nations is sending a rials; which can be operated by,
30 foot boat this week to aid the small fishermen without a very
Santona, Cuban boat leased by great deal of capital expenditure.
the government from the Marls- .2) Introduce something compa-
cos del Caribe Company of Ha- ratively bigger than the present
vana, in its survey of Haiti's fishing conditions. Since the
coastal waters. Within a very waters of Haiti are comparative-
short time they are expecting a ly poor and a larger stock of
great deal of gear-hooks and fish must be drawn from other
nets-from the U.N., Mr. Routh sources to supply a highly capi-
added. talized unit. The migratory lfi
The man who has trailed the which have been nourished else-
fish from the sea to the pot of where can be drawn from their
the small Haitian family, from course while passing Haiti. The
Anse A Pitre to Fort Liberte, bonito, albacore and yellow fin
compiling statistics on the fis- tuna are fast oceanic predators
hermen and the types of equip- and are the most important sour-,
ment, informed the luncheon that ce on which to base an industry.
one of the things he has been do-
ing is building up new methods FISH ARE HERE
of hooks and long lines and slight Between 1936 and 1956 the Cu-
ly motorizing some of the 6,000 ban bonito industry hasdevei4p-
fishermen. These fishermen go ed very well and last year land-
down to the sea in small, very ed 11,000,000 pounds of this fish.
inefficient boats and catch what If Haiti were able to establish an
is useful to themselves, their industry, he added, and were able
friends and local residents, to land even a small fraction bf
Mr. Routh who has done a spot this figure the protein diet of the-
of whaling in the Ant-Arctic and Haitian people would vary con-
tuna fishing in West Africa for siderably. At present the average
research reasons, revealed that consumption is about two pounds
the waters here, like everywhere a head a year which is extre-
in tropical waters, are not rich mely low. It was not a matter of
in fish in quantity, but in num. replacing the existing local fish
her of different species. They do import as much as supplementing.
not compare with the great scho- what already exists with- local'
als of cod and herring in the pale caught fish.
arctic regions. The fisheries ex- He told the businessmen that
pert said that the waters sur- by using a rather special method
rounding Haiti have made a long of fishing, depending on the use.
trajectory and therefore are of live bait, the first fish were
poor in nutriant salts. The waters taken in the Caribbean with poles
originating in the North Atlantic and lines and introduced into
pass near the North coast of Haiti Cuba in 1939 by a group of Ja-
and thosq originating in the pqese fishermen. In Japan this
South Atlantic pass near the method of fishing has been cur-
southern coast, in the Carribbean. rent for many centuries and well-
So you may get different fishing known everywhere in the world..
conditions in the North and South The City businessmen were 'i -.
coasts of Haiti-, he added, formed that the question of con-
Mr. Routh illustrated this with servation and distribution by salt,
a series of color slides and pho- acts as a flavoring agent with the
tographs of the different types dishes of rice. Bvt, Mr. Routh ad-,
of fish which occur in Haiti's ded, *as 'to building up a bonito,
of ishwhih ocurin ait'sfishery, with a quick freezing
water, stressing the rich varie. fiser, with a quick freezei.
ties to be found: I plant, it remains for the distant
BUILDING UP FISHERIES future because of the required
On the whole, the U.N. repre. trained personnel and money...
sentative said, awe found that I April through August is the:
the methods of fishing were very height of the fishing season and,
primitive in Haiti. The equip- according to the U.N. Fisbeg..
ment includes rongh-non-motoriz- Expert, in certain regions the,
ed boats, uifech derives from in- Santona fishing boat has omz
dian origin, and nets.) across encouraging evidence -A
He informed the gathering that the presence of Bonito. On th*
the line of attack is twofold: last catch they pulled in an equi;'
1) Improvement of indigenous valant amount of fish as cou
fisheries, introduce fishing nets, be expected in Cuba.
A POSSIBLE EPITAPH
Now all Oxford and all Haiti
Grieve for Martin Routh, of late he, .
Goggle-diving, had his wish ..
To find a bigger, better fish.
Such a splendid Albacore
No human eye had seen .before. :
Twenty feet from nose to tail, '
Shining like the Holy Grail. .;
Martin, breathing thanks to Mammon, .,
Thought in terms of And-how many two pound tins A.
This fish would fill (without the fins). .
'But, alas! Large tropic fishes
Are also, apt to try new dishes.
The Albacore, with open mouth, i
Shot forward: Exit Martin Routh! ;


RECEPTION HELD FOR TITTMAM
U.S. Charge ri'Affaires and Bellegarde, Senator Charles Fore
MTS.' Milton Barall were hosts brun and Ambassador SpalazzhI
at a reception at their Pa-
cot residence, last Sunday even- Among the personalities. pre'
ing, in honor of Mr. Harold Titt- sent at the Barall reception were,
men, former Ambassador, and Foreign Milister Joseph D Cbar1
actual President of the Interna- IPs, Minister of the Presidency
tional Commission of European Jacques Francois, General AntolS
Refuges. The diplomat who ar- ne Lcvelt. Ex-Ambassador and
rived here prom Caracas, is on Foreign Relations Secretary Ge-'
a tour of the under-populated neral Maurice Clermont, Prine&)
countries of South America. He Jean W. Wiasemsky, Doctor Gm-i
has visited Argentina. Paraguay vanni F. Lorchi, Italian diploma"
and Venezuela. The purpose of tes and members oahe 1
his visit to Haiti was to greet his tional Commission of whi4 :H
old friends here among whom Tittman is president.. .'?. *' ,.;?
are Monseigneur Luis Reymondi, Th "d'stinuuishi xkisitor leftf
Dr. Jean P,-ice-Mars, Dr Dantes enchanted with progress seen..;
,:1- "* *,
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Monday, Mrs. Clemence Mullery Victor and Jacqueline Boucard FOUR HAITIAN SISTERS
will fly to Havana to meet her son are in New York. IA C
*Loulou. Mullery there. Ambassador Jules Domond and I FRAN
Willy Kohler of B.N.R.H. is in'wife Clara flew off to their duties TO STUDY TWO YEARS
Cayes on Inspection for 15 days. in Mexico on the 16th.
Motoring to Ciudad Trujillo to' Herve Lochard is back from r!.... u ,;FHt, c;i .n.. n, the -


attend the Carnival are Nellie Ab- duty with the U. S. Army and vi-
raham, Jamil Abraham, Marie- siting with mother Anita, brother
Claire Abraham, Jean Claude Ab- ISerge and Captain Ace.
raham, George Rizk, Ketty Rizk,
Johny Kouri, Jamil Richard and Her Britannic Majesty's Ambas-
Betty George. sador and Mrs. Sydney Simmons
Rafael S. Tovar, of the export will entertain at a reception on
department of the Banco Cubano Thursday, May 31st from 11:30
del Comercio Exterior, was in A.M. to 1:00 P.M. on the occasion
town on business, of the birthday of Her Majesty
Queen Elisabeth the Second.
Dentist Claude Stephen, memb- Raymond Mews is installing- a
er of the Bar Assoc. of Port au machine that will give the Capital
Prince, returned after 7 months in a health drink natural sugar-cane
Puerto Rico. During his sojourn juice, untouched by human hands.
in Puerto Rico he spoke at the Edouard Khawly returned Thurs
Rotary Club on the history of day from attending a Rice Con-
Haiti, on Haitian culture and on vention 'at the Roosevelt Hotel in
government projects. New Orleans. The importer also
Staying at the Riviera Hotel is visited Cuba and Texas.
Mr. Roy L. Baughman, represent- Jean Gaillard returned from 2
ative of -Sterling Products Inter- years in the U.S. last week, with
national Incorporated of New wife Lucienne, son John, Jr. and
York in Kingston, Jamaica, arrived two-month-old Reginald. Jean, Sr.
here on May 7 for a few weeks is going to open his own photo
visit, studio bientot. He studied the art
Ambassador Love Lger return- in the United States.
ed to his post in Washington, yes-1
terday. Ruth Bermnnan, here last May, has
Sister Agnes de la Providence, returned as a good-will Ambassad-
teacher for ten years at the .Fil- or of Brooklyn, across the river
les de La Sagesse, School of Port from New York. A meringue per-
Margot, was named director of the fectionist. Ruth is prolonging her
school by the Provincial Sister An- dancing vacation indefinitely.
gele de Rosaire. She is the first St Louis de Gonzague Alma Ma-
Haitian to ever held the position ter class 1938-39 had a grand din-
of director of a Congregational ner, Thursday evening, from 6 to
school in this country. 10:30. Notary Raymond Metellus
made (read) a wonderful speech
Sister Agnes is assisted by two and Robert Denis read Brother
other compatriots at the school, Raphael's rt-rouge) b e I a t e d
founded in Haiti in 1875. The two speech.
assistants are Sister Elisabeth- Saturday, Mr. Midouin Turnier,
Franqoise and Germalne de l'Im- of Jacmel, flew to New York and
maculee. I Montreal on a vacation trip.


kLJ u L .aZLXCL1CIL1 .JrL s C L L. e L ;O UU-
gregation of the Daughters of
Wisdom went to France last week
via San Juan where they caught
the SS Antilles. They will spend
two years in the Mother House of
Saint-Laurent-Str-Sevjres studytiing
nursing and new teaching meth-
ods. The four Nuns are: Sister Ja-
nien Emeran of St. Marc, Sister
MaiJp; r. IDqIM nff rirniy ds^c Ttnvy-


man.c i1. j.ajaJotL UL JLUiL UA Co fUU-
quets, Sister Marie P. Maignan of
Anse A Veau and Sister Marie A.
Millard of Jacmel.
This Congregation, which was
represented in Haiti in 1912 by
225 Sisters, has 182 Nuns in the
country at the present time. Of'
the 182 Nuns, more than 60 are
Haitians. The dean of the Sisters
in Haiti is Sister Virginie de la
Croix (Miss Caze of Corail), the
assistant director of the Dr. An-
noual Asylum in Port au Prince.

SUGAR MILL-
CLEARING BOOKS

Mr. Max Vieux, general direc-
tar. of the oCentrale -Dessalines,
sugar mill in Aux Cayes, announ-
cod the week that the commission
has *already paid more than
60% of its debts and plans to
make an inventory of all its su-
gar plantations in order to eva-
luate approximately the next har-
vest and to plan the rehabilita-
tion of the factory.v
Mr. Vieux said that by Janua-
ry 3, 1957 the mill would be in
full production. He added that
three Puerto Rican engineers are
working on the machinery in or-
der to increase production.


(HAITI SUN)


PAG 13(HATI UN)SUNDAY, MAY 20th, 1956


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Mr. Guy Laraque returned to Marie-Therise Boucard
Poart-au-Prince Tuesday from re-
presenting Haiti at the annual Weds Edgar Danies
convention of t he Caribbean Miss Marie-Therese Boucard
Tourist Association to see for the became the bride of Edgar Da-
first time his baby son Philippe, nies last Saturday evening in a
born May 11. 16:00 o'clock ceremony at Eglise
Mrs. Guy Laraque, former Elza du Sacre-Cceur de Turgeau. Many
Cnarles, is doing fine and elder relatives and friends who travel-
..on Ronald and father, assistant led from .Iacmel mingled with
director of Ihe Tourist Office, Port-au-Princiens in the crowded
are very happy with the new ad- church. A reception followed the
edition to the family, religious ceremony at the home of
x x x Mr. Gerard Boucard.
Prince Dimitri Djordjadzi, assis-
tant general manager of the Am- The distinguished couple was
bassador Hotel Cha in, visited accompanied to the altar by Mrs.
Haiti last Saturday and Sunday Edmiond Villaire, the groom's sis-
and lunched with Horace Ashton ter, and the bride was given in
at Ibo Lele. During the luncheon marriage by her brother. Gerard
they discussed a very important Boucard who acted as Best Man.


plan for possible participation of
his Boule Fandin organization in
the future development of' Haiti
ai, a tourist resort.
xxx
Madame Stella Raymond Vought,
world famous Soprano of the 20's
and 30's, stopped off at the Dam-
haI2nlast*,n knnlnn a:,,,.r-nr


The bride was lovely in a gown
of lace and pleated nylon, a crea-
tion of Mrs. Edith Bertony-Wool-
ley, of La Haute Couture de
Port-au-Prince. She wore a long
veil of illusion lace, and carried
a Dalu bridal bouquet.


.ri at, wCf.lJu. OLC wa sLc,1r- Shades of white and blue or-
ing credentials from Governor gandy were worn by the pretty
{iight of California and the mayor brides maids.
of San Francisco naming. her an Both the bride and gropom are
Ambassador of Goodwill from Ca- members of native Jacmelian so-
lifornia. She enjoyed herself and cialite families, and the bride is
Port au Prince hospitality during the <,arriere petite f!ilU> of for-
her stay. mer President Legitlme.
xxx
The Paul Najac's finally picked The newlyweds are honeymoon-
a name for their new son-and-heir ing at the Laboule country house
who is known as 'Clark Eric-. of the bride's godmother. Mrs.
Micou Roumain, daughter of Dr. Maria Franckel. owner of Hotel
G&rald Roumain will wed Dentist Splendid.
CGrard Menos, July 7th.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Flambert
have a baby boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Chancy bap-
tized their son-and-heir Sunday at
St. Pierre's in Petion-Ville. aBer-
nard. had his aunt, Nicole Ma-
gloire, as godmother.
xxx
Friday, Rudolphe Tippenhauer,
-Rudy. to his friends, flew via
Havana to Chicago where he will a..r''#
meet his wife and the new addit-

Dr. Paul Chenet returned to N. "'' '
Y., Friday, to resume his work at 1 ." ""
the Harlem Hospital. "
Reginald Peters (Usine A Man- .
t-que) accompanied by Jacqueline .
Regeline, left this week for 'An- IR "-
gleterre..
X XX t. ,N
Senator Louis D6joie didn't fly -,
V) the U.S. this week. ",''' .
Helen MeCord who has become '
a regular social worker hereabouts, H :'
Clew to the States this past week. [ "
Dick and Betty Forgham are '.
spending.the week-end at Ciudad '''''
rTajillo. \'V .'


Sunday, Mrs. Ducasse Jumelle
flew with her sister Altagrace
Cesar to New York. They will
spend about one month there.
xxx

Thursday, Bob Roy and wife,
and Mrs Claude Fabius went to
-Ile de la Gonave*.
xxx

Angus B. Morse of Cold Mil-
waukee a great friend of Haiti is
planning to come spend a week
over here to defrost his body.
x xx

Today the 'charmante, Alour-
des Souriac goes to New York.
Alourdes will spend a month va-
cation there.

Two weeks ago Mr. and Mrs G&-
rard Charles went to New York
via Panama. During this time Pa-
trirk the first son of Charles will
bl spoiled by her grand mother.
xxx

Mrs. Beatrice Spann will be
guest of honor at a cocktail party
given at by the Misses Engler,
Follmer, Prouty and Mr. Joseph
Gross. It will be held at Hotel Sans


Souci Saturday, May 26th at 6:00 arrived Sunday from Ciudad Tru
P.M. Jillo. They were met at the air-


The Minister of Sweden and
Mrs. C. H. de Borgenstierna cor-
dially invited the public to attend
the Exposition of Modern Swedish
Graphipal Art which was held on
Wednesday evening at the Musee
dez Beaux Arts at the Cit6 de It'Ex
position. The exhibition which was
largely attended and admired by
art lovers, took place under the
high patronage of the Ministdr of
National Education, Mr. Franck
Dcvieux.

The -dynamics G6rard Meck-
lembourg left Tuesday for Miami
on a one week business trip.

Mr. Eric Tippenhauer, the well
knowut Haitian businessman flew
to San Juan last week. Mr. Tippen
hauer is planning to open a cane
!factory in the Cul de. Sac.


Mr. and lMrs. Edmond Kouri, she is the former Adeline Richard, are
shown after their wedding a week ago Saturday at their',new home
at Galette TWte de l'Eau. The wedding, one of the season's loveliest,
took place at Eglise St Pierre in PMtionville.


REG.. TRADE MARK


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port by Mr. Charles Blanks, Di-
rector of SCISP, and Mr. C. Hoo-
vr, Director of U. S. Operations
Missions.
XXX
The Republic of Paraguay fe-
ted the anniversary of its Inde-
pendence on April 14th. The oc
casion was marked by a festival
program over MBC organized by
the Bolivarian Society of Haiti of
which Attorney Victor Cauvin is
the active President. Attorney
Gerard Rouzier and Edouard
Blanchard, Jr. were the speakers
xxx
Dr. Claude Nazon and Miss
Maud Wolff are to be wed at E-
glise St-Pierre de Petion-Ville on
thursday, May 17th. at 6:00 P. M.
Happy Grandpa, Charles De-
iean, flew to New York on the
15th with Madame.
xxx
Mr. and Mrs. Adrien Reynolds
and daughter Charlotte stopped
off in Port a couple of days on
business from Reynolds Haitidn
Mining in dM'iragoane. Little
Charlotte had her mind on candy
while the folks worried about the
heat.
XX xx
Thursday was the birthday of
Colbert Bonhomme, director df
Lyc6e Antdnor Firmin. A nice
party was organized by his fam-
ily.


Pretty soon. Marie-Therese Thq-
mas will fly to New York..
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gebara will


Mrs. L. Sinimons, wife of one
of the founders of the American
Society of Travel Agents and a
pioneer in the tour by cruise-
ship, discovered Haiti last week
and had to be coaxed home this
week with threats of severing di-
plomatic relations between Port-
au-Prince and New York. Mil-
dred said she didn't know how
she missed visiting Haiti (Hubby
has L. Simmons Tours of New
York) but she'll never miss the
Island again. She said the coun-
try sells itself.
xxx

Here for a brief sojourn and an
inspection of operations at the
Port-au-Prince branch are four
executives of the Royal Bank of
Canada. The delegation on a tour
of the Caribbean includes En-
glishmen Gunther Dicke, Robert
Cambell Munro, and Loftus -.
Otway: Georges F. Riley is Cana-
dians.
XXX
Deputy Gustave Magloire flew
to New York last Saturday after-
noon.
XXX
ICA Director Ralph Will, ac-
companied by Walter Burleigh


Mr. William Hernandez, Libe-
rian Charge d'Affaires has been
confined to bed during the past
several days, sufferering from a
throat ailment. His doctors re-
port an improvement in his con-
ditionn, this week.
xxx
Mrs. Ducasse Jumelle, wife of
the Senator and former Minister
of the Interior left on a trip to
New York last Sunday
SXXX
Doe Taicher and wife Betty
were in town last weekend. They
left Tuesday for Miami and E-'
rope-a shoe business-air-plea-
sure trip.
xxx


General and Mrs. Antoine Le. -
velt have moved into Shangri La
in La Boute. Their Petiow-Ville
home is undergoing extention :'
work.
xxx .
Miss Jane Eddy, who worked ,:
here for a lew years at the U.S.
Embassy, stopped over for three
days the first of the week enroU- :
te from sheer post in Brazil to.
Washington. She said she hoped
her next assignment would be
in Europe.
xxx

Homer Gayne is now. stationed
in Madrid.
xxx
Sunday, at Sacre Coeur, Made- :,
moisefte Frangolse Decatrel, re-'"
ceived the sacrement of baptsm..
Mademoiselle Freida Thebaud
was godmother, and Carl De-
brosse was parrain. Papa is
Carlo, the National Casl Regist-
er man. '
xxx
Richard (Dick) Godin, a former
student of the Union School has
received his bachelor of Science
Degree (Engineering) at Saint '
Franqois Xavier University, Nova
Scotia, Canada, on May 16.
Dick will enter the Nova Scqtia
Institute of Technology in Sept-
ember for two years of post gra- -
duate work in electrical engineer- .
ing. "':
He is the son of J. W. Godin, ;;
assistantt manager of the Royal -.
Bank of Canada in this city. -
XXX
Tuesday, the wellknown busi-
nessman Joseph Ades flew to N.Y.
Mrs. Olga Lamarre Bury is here -
in Port au Prince to see her son.
She will go back soon to Cavaillon..
Friday May 18 was the birthday
of the 'popular, Andr6 St. Lot,
son of the Senator. He was enter-'
tained at a nice party given by. .:'
his wife and his sisters. '
xxx
x X X ::
Saturday, Nicole Graham ,fle* \i
to Chicago where she will meet-A:-
her parents. .


fly soon to Miami with their kids.
Mr. and Mrs. Rippert Honorat, AVIS '
Golo, and Pepe, for ales zamis, '" ..
will come here on their vacation The Domond and Dominique* '
in June after two years work in families send their sincere'..:L.
Monrovia, Liberia. thanks to their numerous.friends "
Don Lungwitz of Plantation Dau in Port-au-Prince, the province .
phin clippered to Miami, Friday.'and abroad who showed thbair "
Henri Reiher is off to New York sympathy to them on the occasion
today. I of death of 'their beloved son
Amador Mourra, Helen and Ja- Daniel who passed away on Sun-a
mes, Are off to the U.S. Iday 30th. of April.


Are you a working girl or a bachelor? With the urge to entertain
a few friends at home informally but with really exciting food.
You. probably haven't the time, or energy, or equipment, to whip
up one of your ou',n special dishes when you get home from work. V
And your cook looks absolutely blank when you announce -
,I'm having a few people for lunch just make a really good Itaor -
lian Spagetti with garlic bread: or a crab Mornay and. tossed salad.*
Or "Several people arc dropping in for tea and cocktails just
have some superlative sandwiches,,and an old-fashioned date nut bread,
and a few dozen assorted cookies..
Or 'I've invited some friends for dinner. Give uis a good spicy
curry and rice with four or'five relishes or a chicken a la king
with some tomato aspic..
Don't lose you temper don't lose your cook don't lose your...
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Pa~iAG 20(ATSU)SNAMY 0tIg


HAITI'S 3-YEAR

(Continued fi

cond phase of the construction
(asphalting) will begin.
Of the 1,600 kilometers of
roads unpaved, the majority are
covered with gravel following
the heavy rains, floods and the
heavy truck traffic over the past
few years have made a complete
rebuilding necessary Among the
figures mentioned in the Inter-
national -Bank contract for the
upkeep and repair of these roads
are $220,000 for the building of
warehouses and offices, $135,000
to buy machines and tools, $200-
000 for vehicles, $175,000 fo, road
machinery and $128,000 for au-
xiliary machines.
Following the execution of the
first phase a sum of $',000,000
will be needed for the asphalting
of the rebuilt roads in the second
phase.

JACMEL GETS SPECIAL
ATTENTION
Minister St Lo announced that
the road to Jacmel will get spe-
cial attention. A new route will
reduce the distance to Jacmel by
15 kilometers to a- total of 72
kms from the capital. The beau-
tiful new gravel road will pass
Carrefour Dufort, by Carrefour
Trouin and lead to the Carrefour
of the road of Bainet and conti-
nue to follow the old road over
the Gosseline and Riviera Gau-
che bridges. This road, which
winds through the Valle de Bras
Gauche, will pass by the Grand'
Riviere, through the Carrefour
St Antoine to Morne Coq Chan-
te, and then west near the De-
"couze Market.
Minister St. Lo, who was in
Jacmel last week, informed the
newspapermen at the conference


ROAD PROGRAM

rom page one)

that the construction on the
wharf of .Jacmel will begin as
soon as the materials arrive
from the United States. The new
pier will cost $300,000. The Jac-
mel pier LS to measure 200 met-
ers in length and will be able
to'receive the visit of ships un-
der all kinds weather conditions.
The Minister announced that
the Public Works Department is
considering construction of a
road from Jacmel to Saltrou. The
projected route would pass to
the south of Furcy, Morne La
Selle, Marigot and Seguin.


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PINS
The Swiss company 4Cable
Lasso S.A.,-. of which Mr. Sehul-
te is general director, will have
a teleferique set up in the Foret
des Pins by the end of June. This
teleferique will permit the trans-
portation of | lumber and farm
products to market.
The following points will be
served by the teleferique: Bar-
rage, Belle Fontaine. Grand'Sa-
vane, Boucan d'Anjou. Work is
progressing from Bonnet to Mare
Rouge, a distance 9f 25 kms.


TASCO DAVIS...
(Continued from page one)
past six years, had suffered an
accident in the garden of his
Bourdon residence while playing
with his small grandsons Todd
and Roger Lowe. He had suffer-
ed slight fractures of the verte-
brae, and encased in plaster cast
he was. flown to the U.S. on
April 27th fur specialized treat-
ment.


p -w--
RK-225


AGENCIES OTIS WcALLISTER, S.A.

AGENTS DE MANUFACTURES


Student Rampage...

(Continued from page one)

as veritable appeals to revolt.
The pretext was. that the man-
date of the present Chief of State
was at an end, even though the
Constil.iuLion had fixed this term
to May 15, J357. Nothing was ne-
glected to provoke disorder, in
the hope that, pushed against
the. wall, the Government would
be obliged to step down, leaving
the country in a state of anarchy,
as it were, at the mercy of the so
called popular leaders.

cThey have the youthful scho-
lars at the white heat stage, par-
ticularly the students of the.eLy-
cees> or State colleges, who in
'their inexperience, thought that
all they had to do was to go out
into the streets to overthrow the
ordered anI established institu-
tions.


-Positively intoxicated by the
incendiary character of the writ-
ings in thefc opposition journals,
the adolescents of Lycee Petion
,took advantage of the suspending
of classes, on the eve of the tra-
ditional May 18th scholastic pa-
rade on Flag Day and the Day of
the University. As soon as they
reached the street, they -formed
into squads to try to influence
their camarades of other school
establishments to abandon their
classes.

Their first attempt was at the
oSeminaire St. Martial where
they met resistance from the Fa-
thers of the Holy Ghost and the
indifference of the students, too
busy preparing their end of the
year exams. Undiscouraged, they
went to Ecole Professionnelle J.
B. Damier which, as everyone
knows, has just been reorganiz-
ed. There again, they had no luck.
The future technicians were not
disposed to mortgage their future
just to put butter on the spinach
of a few .,energumenes.. The boys
of J.B Damier refused 'to join
the movement and remained at
their tool 'ables.
-From there the hot heads of
Lycee Petion went to Lycee Tous-
saint Louvrnture where, evident-
ly, they had some allies. In spite
of the efforts of the Principal
and the staff of this establish-
ment, the pupils of Place Sainte
Anne, breaking up the furniture:
chairs, desks, closets, teachers'
desks and throwing them out of
the windows. It was anarchy.
SBut the police were summon-
ed and hastily intervened, bring-
ing the little rebellions to an
end..
4

American's Body...

(Continued from page one)

the Americans and Haitians on
the project, didn't get to eat the
birthday cake his wife baked for
him. On the night shift, his birth-
day party was to have been cele-
brated at lunch time Thursday.
Instead, funeral services were
held at 6:00 P.M. Wednesday
night at the Methodist Church.
All the American employees of
the Brown & Root Company in
Haiti and some of the Haitian
employees attendedd the ceremo-
nies and paid their last respects
tot heir popular co-worker. A
brief prayer service was conduct-
ed by Reverend Anderson of the
Unevangelized Mission.
Mrs. Dobbin and Stevie stayed
at the home of the Horace Ash-
tons while awaiting flight home.


FOR EVERY OCCASION


SHOES


(HAITI SUN)


.. i


SUNDAY, M A Y 20th, 19 5 "


I'


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virus check
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virus check
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virus check
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describe
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virus check
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virus check
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virus check
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describe
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virus check
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describe
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virus check
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virus check
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virus check
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virus check
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describe
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virus check
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describe
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virus check
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describe
virus check
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virus check
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virus check
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describe
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virus check
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virus check
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describe
virus check
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describe
'2014-05-16T20:57:59-04:00'
virus check
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describe
virus check
'304471' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile119' 'sip-files00019.pro'
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'2014-05-16T20:59:57-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T20:57:58-04:00'
virus check
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describe
'2014-05-16T20:59:25-04:00'
virus check
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describe
'2014-05-16T20:59:19-04:00'
virus check
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
Invalid character
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
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'2014-05-16T20:59:46-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T20:57:39-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
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'2014-05-16T20:59:50-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T20:57:45-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'9365' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile125' 'sip-files00007.txt'
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8087' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile127' 'sip-files00009.txt'
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describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T20:57:26-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6051' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile128' 'sip-files00010.txt'
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'2014-05-16T20:59:59-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T20:58:00-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'1633' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile129' 'sip-files00015.txt'
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'47603430' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile13' 'sip-files00011.tif'
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describe
virus check
'943' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile130' 'sip-files00016.txt'
5e486bc870cf82279cf1c8a0726b499b
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'216' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile131' 'sip-files00005.txt'
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'2390' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile132' 'sip-files00006.txt'
a9845c81b8699c1df977b9aa500ed582
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10253' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile133' 'sip-files00011.txt'
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'2014-05-16T20:59:37-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'11565' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile134' 'sip-files00012.txt'
ed886b5d563ad83dbd76e88ac6cf07bf
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describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T20:57:32-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7728' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile135' 'sip-files00013.txt'
6758fe6c119d6363a48c7339af5e66b5
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'9176' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile136' 'sip-files00014.txt'
e8439a85ea21e38502dd8ecc82ed9b30
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'11524' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile137' 'sip-files00017.txt'
bcaf6b7398a3199278b8fc7f7b066603
b64869e7fe3baac34a30be33a8d4382adfc645fe
'2014-05-16T21:00:11-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T20:58:27-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5937' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile138' 'sip-files00018.txt'
9ae13776faa3bb92b369c0c6067087b7
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'12787' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile139' 'sip-files00019.txt'
2a87f5693f077f0b0f9afbf36b270f68
afa1bea04e1a12719c2daa4954bc63480c5003de
'2014-05-16T20:59:52-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T20:57:47-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'47774628' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile14' 'sip-files00012.tif'
6e61131e0e6680c4aa74630201ea6e0f
0bfbc1b4167ff9ee1bd1da201afb51cb43b1b5f8
'2014-05-16T20:59:32-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T20:57:15-04:00'
virus check
'6592' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile140' 'sip-files00020.txt'
7b05cb2248bc8d3c29265d6b06f62b85
9320aea0cbf4fd4673079a532cd26f035d8c2eda
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'29240' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile141' 'sip-filesAA00015023_00367.mets'
1ce21e1ca1a5854298c0d3cc7b18f8c4
594897ca47973ca66d7e4a4f11fe6d335a9aaf9a
describe
virus check
xml resolution
'48990330' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile15' 'sip-files00013.tif'
89e5e44c0f08fb93fd6db6922b062e65
85b031d29b81f0691a1ac6afc0b6009492f4c595
'2014-05-16T21:00:34-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T20:59:30-04:00'
virus check
'49329312' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile16' 'sip-files00014.tif'
183dfd20a54f3cc582be6f7e7dea4637
7d5f5fb42d6fad126175c3fb3ed672c5204e8876
'2014-05-16T20:59:54-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T20:57:52-04:00'
virus check
'48690522' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile17' 'sip-files00017.tif'
cfbf1f094e13fcd6c997dd61ed89b939
a24878b820c9285c63381a9625e80b6bdb1605ca
describe
virus check
'48573682' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile18' 'sip-files00018.tif'
9e2d748adc29beeab10a6c7c5a659366
dfbac319e567621230bc0b7ad51170c24a35e3a7
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile19' 'sip-files00019.tif'
aaf86ed6129de27b147560d796ec1a6c
e153ed21b3b46673c6c3eeddedb96dd93b786a46
'2014-05-16T20:59:34-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49952046' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile2' 'sip-files00002.tif'
40bf7b131dcdc12f4c75afbe5651afeb
548750216c8bdf875d81370defb3ce902acfa4be
'2014-05-16T20:59:48-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T20:57:44-04:00'
virus check
'49263582' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile20' 'sip-files00020.tif'
dd24f0438f9eb321867aac903cc92f1a
cb8a64430d0f42d322037bf78400e53dad8f349b
'2014-05-16T20:59:36-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2035507' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile21' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
554ab6813bb9baff0ec95d9796472f8b
89eb29951b420f8f1272bc831132ec1f4ea9adf5
'2014-05-16T20:59:44-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2081394' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile22' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
eea714dd51b0d3d57d80d766da4c3cdc
17cf63bb07c45cefa425b55be27842b2916aff57
describe
'2014-05-16T20:58:38-04:00'
virus check
'2016095' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile23' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
555ce0306d298aff2760d50750f0468d
736a186b8784514bb60b255506a464c4c1dec6ac
describe
virus check
'2024103' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile24' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
dae1cf762736d4c67fbebd1b8b043c38
503833d85e4fc666d267d2b3504f7f2e1f3fa707
'2014-05-16T21:00:02-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T20:58:06-04:00'
virus check
'2043372' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile25' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
eed64084933d6410605a3ca1f765721c
601066da387d5db9549a200c51518763278fae8a
describe
virus check
'2055574' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile26' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
84b99dcc340baeefac4eece1c7ad5014
aaaa8ee1cff74363d7943a5c8b566a930ae923b1
describe
virus check
'1985639' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile27' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
c2ede601ca2b2f9e9e8df3e50a4db5d1
713b54b7ab9973895e78abc418a230cbbf505593
describe
'2014-05-16T20:58:07-04:00'
virus check
'2031348' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile28' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
837ecf146d84cd7e7822b326ca0ad0e7
c7ed27e65affb3fdf39497e9ab8d966001c2d964
describe
virus check
'1955896' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile29' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
93eb28503c5d9105f43db4f7e98455f1
f7c7c9a2c0d22f2bfd4a2b80c4be6fcc8636804c
describe
virus check
'48383874' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile3' 'sip-files00003.tif'
5d26776068426c02ed096f23424a47ec
fc25ce04bad9f589b53ec962e46494ec18293150
describe
virus check
'2051552' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile30' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
4e3fa212f39ace3919e5b1948fe2e7f7
4e8a8ae80596bec4a494bf9d10fdff3b7516ce13
describe
virus check
'1953618' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile31' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
d2c85ae427bdd666e3b2f10ddc1afbbb
8370e37b1fa0eab158f5073b60394ea9eb21773e
'2014-05-16T21:00:05-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T20:58:12-04:00'
virus check
'2017580' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile32' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
28df71fe7562e49817d0242a25a9dd21
353f3c42719b8acee32d86579b7a2b73da4747c9
describe
virus check
'1983572' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile33' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
22d03fb1a07a07f65157f15f2c5f6899
8dbf09f741553607cc7e08a45f6c1c96d5de8e03
describe
virus check
'1990706' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile34' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
9dca6b61fc9acf90b20f90abb923e914
7e54b7810351d83b4ed31c17c374c3adb913a859
describe
virus check
'2041354' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile35' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
19233e9a6413dd6991629f96cda67265
1aa11dccd1e4e49ffa74f9c08cea52d9353a518a
describe
virus check
'2055490' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile36' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
bbd583d276c3f4799bf7b2b1ad8b8e19
694a94fbc716eae30f4dd700124a2a33a25cb18e
describe
virus check
'2028843' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile37' 'sip-files00017.jp2'
ac64b7a76c8eb79a347c8a5e9998c2fa
eb0d3e8ab45349a4b7b64df600808fa70d4a80ab
describe
virus check
'2023983' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile38' 'sip-files00018.jp2'
dd6443e759c8b3a33f090a2415c6343c
3d5faa8b1cea9d12e23b624003ca81fe328ae912
describe
virus check
'2055481' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile39' 'sip-files00019.jp2'
5ee458ddfcd5147d9596a368f6113253
faff57b4f1a7fef90f5858502e3073885cbdaeb2
'2014-05-16T20:59:41-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48576168' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile4' 'sip-files00004.tif'
1a48932d5984e96e07c0ad475b05169c
1d92321e95dbfe40cd1799bcadb53e170e70f436
'2014-05-16T21:00:04-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2052741' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile40' 'sip-files00020.jp2'
395830e54b91f06b2ba5a1348e17cfe4
17095f2caee95bc724bfb2f41cee8fdcf752ad51
describe
virus check
'715190' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile41' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
a2cf99855d70f7738ddaf92c4d93ab68
16ab600b100aba40b97beba319d6e78357f7666a
describe
virus check
'68046' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile42' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
d41a5801ce8320330fa8df3c0509d5a7
99a93968f1454a8a4f3027878d396ddc4008553f
describe
virus check
'724598' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile43' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
053eafc3ba92d925bf4f0690f01ee57f
8a24ca419ffbc04e4332e92fd8b7b9677f0af415
'2014-05-16T21:00:21-04:00'
describe
virus check
'73225' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile44' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
de64f78ef35b3f7cdb70f4ac9d997a7e
2a7653ed7e2087a3e87916c6d0c4d9fbf159d9d8
describe
virus check
'735359' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile45' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
0d90d0add77979b6c42cf28ad81d8ba4
ccc89d4bb6e317afb7006f9bd3b1cad18caa02d0
'2014-05-16T21:00:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'71114' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile46' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
5e71311df95666f5b32583789c788ae3
97bb82b38cd67fcd21de94d74b94972ec2b3a7ee
describe
virus check
'715371' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile47' 'sip-files00004.jpg'
1254313fd61c2add8d8a9131af0e517c
e3e300c71f25fbd20db2d433db11cda15cbbaf94
describe
virus check
'73679' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile48' 'sip-files00004.QC.jpg'
b0e690a9428e8bc5b22c1f80c1eb7eb0
251053e8ee604061e218cefd3b8254c050f5edeb
describe
virus check
'732444' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile49' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
a4fbdb4e505138cf723ec61c1375e7bc
40a0ddfa53592b3c10789aeae02d7cb6ce8edc1a
'2014-05-16T21:00:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49038690' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile5' 'sip-files00007.tif'
df7e17ecaf12b8e43c344019277b1179
82218287228abea36726973e2d05cf2b4e5276d5
'2014-05-16T21:00:10-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T20:58:26-04:00'
virus check
'71773' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile50' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
f5b9b43ab0aade6298612fb01b439074
072b4e101f83f645bf58a51d48f82c730b3037c7
describe
virus check
'675705' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile51' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
84078e65ddf417364900a4fcdf49757b
23188297f0904582076a46a27be0a36d6043dae9
describe
virus check
'70524' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile52' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
ce7fc9088473cfcbb0d4d469bee34b28
15d4cae6df731a7487c484c85301eafd546bc7a6
describe
virus check
'700776' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile53' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
fdb4295997604697e9343946045b8fd6
87d22fb003eecd01d005bceccb3baae62090274d
'2014-05-16T21:00:03-04:00'
describe
virus check
'93738' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile54' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
b30d8198fab42fe9c81a5192004f15fa
58d6bd7fd9073f0624bb6e91edf00eeb6754a8fb
describe
virus check
'700537' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile55' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
ebd1b45dfaf63154b84104b9f0934016
8607f3b780a2a28a9549d66d4345380ca457168e
describe
virus check
'72238' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile56' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
89ac5b8aea8db9598fef81039ad9dcff
7969fd6aaa421025df89e8d9514cbf2af4da72b3
describe
virus check
'721775' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile57' 'sip-files00015.jpg'
b3ac99ac1cf2615200e99b1741e386d3
e88c15fb9e0f8150e7dccd8c0d492363d62d4c56
describe
virus check
'81937' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile58' 'sip-files00015.QC.jpg'
78c05920e6e7a6bf44e921bac9b2fb7b
68bba64fc2a3ed2d264e494e86b9e76f3db04025
describe
virus check
'666655' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile59' 'sip-files00016.jpg'
07d8f4e9aac3132b1076b6c1b06183a0
44c11c3e4eb635de67637259391eb31fd892523b
describe
virus check
'49331706' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile6' 'sip-files00008.tif'
ae86f1c4a4e540989f6a573a22686a11
9d105eaf3d518ead68f8d4a34851d9a98dbbe6d8
'2014-05-16T21:00:15-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T20:58:36-04:00'
virus check
'76438' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile60' 'sip-files00016.QC.jpg'
63e4da034c449c36b94eac3c2d7e9045
2abcdcbc02ff44a1f823d3c348ccb6d10d39f1f2
describe
virus check
'650713' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile61' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
06760792f7dce57929ab174664b88418
d1ce2901e2e043bef6855a534dd75b77e03d03fe
describe
virus check
'67436' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile62' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
3b6f19816695d77935163dc1686e1121
dd3ed6f4732f8095b051625fadbe1b1b2040a818
describe
virus check
'589971' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile63' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
78d8562f8553d307722bc68748577db7
983cc5b017d87b6be73d3bd7c218c75a8817a57c
describe
virus check
'64915' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile64' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
eea2a2206e96321c5c55def65a19227e
cfe153fb9f8c392f645aaab180b10210791ea7c3
describe
virus check
'666565' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile65' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
992451cf4f3b1ee7deed6ae4f5fc7ff2
adee102bcce7b75140a51e4a46395d8574868936
describe
virus check
'67067' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile66' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
18cf5cc6b563c821afda817e909bbf5d
317cd06f9e4b0c94a49061d2e9b2efbd9f328f45
describe
virus check
'752492' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile67' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
1889882f9e426c2464d76b3d7796db63
5cd0cd48e7b937fe091e5672e801049941fa3ca0
describe
virus check
'78256' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile68' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
acde0e77e4a24b03f7baa0adb084f8f8
8fd387bfdc2f0548e56b219186c9660dc267bd4a
describe
virus check
'674234' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile69' 'sip-files00013.jpg'
a3c64b045cce9dfb447ef1ce30ea90fe
d6e3e3c059e14362d790b9f71cbf6adbf4258d0f
describe
virus check
'47676252' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile7' 'sip-files00009.tif'
98bac0a6e6c76ee1528634a4be09c2d4
3224f91c8494f3aedc61eeafdf31f719c70bcfbc
describe
'2014-05-16T20:58:55-04:00'
virus check
'70229' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile70' 'sip-files00013.QC.jpg'
9d1ac8ca56dad94d07097de55d6d8286
774b6aeb1032080585f53ecf7332d4af57453afe
describe
virus check
'741840' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile71' 'sip-files00014.jpg'
d1fa5a44ef864d3e43b32d3028642bd3
18965280e605423b3ab9f32164cd80fe75f8ed11
describe
virus check
'73894' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile72' 'sip-files00014.QC.jpg'
5307226ddff67aa62403964ebbe3459c
a0ff93d2555cd097d586d27f15e6d90e0b4b011b
describe
virus check
'706156' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile73' 'sip-files00017.jpg'
bc6f09a1c64965be295e9c3ae701ed4d
f3c6dd70632935ac93671a6bc778f055a63596b5
describe
virus check
'72389' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile74' 'sip-files00017.QC.jpg'
6e34dfe4756485ee3eab3cede7b423b8
1770017d0eb7ee8c15c2eaf455cbbb1a0f43a123
describe
virus check
'721356' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile75' 'sip-files00018.jpg'
03047473d8381afa4f3bbf4d1a67e53d
518f00a0afeea17fc759268fc899473a678bea61
describe
virus check
'77115' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile76' 'sip-files00018.QC.jpg'
362b10d63b7a531296eaf7c3914143f1
98dfe70d4474dd59d67c0398fdc19abc22eafd9e
describe
virus check
'722062' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile77' 'sip-files00019.jpg'
d67aad67a60a3df899e1b65fcbcce9dc
d9af7f3d8604e6ecfdc2d0e9579c795e4e392abf
describe
virus check
'71396' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile78' 'sip-files00019.QC.jpg'
5608bb16c8465980774a210f595b5ad7
304f7357c796221e895c596238a5ac7e149ab2d6
describe
virus check
'741403' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile79' 'sip-files00020.jpg'
06e2b17ecd2317564b6b4745c20fbd17
1aa7aa3d54bc939c2db2477249e5ff4132602496
describe
virus check
'48750198' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile8' 'sip-files00010.tif'
aee4a0eb67104b3790ddf3f0cda7f7dc
a25c27d2c4fb96a04d61200f80c91618cedb050a
'2014-05-16T21:00:27-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T20:59:07-04:00'
virus check
'74473' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile80' 'sip-files00020.QC.jpg'
1c34ba3ddafeda585fc76e0e2096fb11
ae4f11cabd7de393489875e74e73f0127e2455f8
describe
virus check
'14847' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile81' 'sip-files00001thm.jpg'
09f23d66901e28f48f7fff35a7f35f65
940b6bfff7369b77f9a21a02875716367f3cbfc9
describe
virus check
'15764' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile82' 'sip-files00002thm.jpg'
76f70b4e4274612686dd679ce1a90a8a
9dbbfbe8182dea77998318e3405040906622ce34
describe
virus check
'16228' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile83' 'sip-files00003thm.jpg'
f3c4d4865ca3bd27195b62865ec74f52
235f9426545eb050d27d2a80f3b4a4a3d176e7c4
describe
virus check
'16974' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile84' 'sip-files00004thm.jpg'
b9133d7122cbeeb640d85ac26ece4ff6
e1c8ca798d141773485e64ac19ab8a25de378a66
describe
virus check
'15968' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile85' 'sip-files00007thm.jpg'
30fdc2001c9fbbb7d37996a40e65c8e2
98f996a3768ddb12dc058961212fd99b4bc4314f
describe
virus check
'17061' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile86' 'sip-files00008thm.jpg'
e4298987662fa2460f61d14db52d8ebd
5804fd9c7dc953a2c00ac5290d62de238e8d9e26
describe
virus check
'39720' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile87' 'sip-files00009thm.jpg'
b3dc47a817bb848a55481e2f9e5280d9
61fa2f39659f682bdfad56ea47affdeb5e9e5187
describe
virus check
'16927' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile88' 'sip-files00010thm.jpg'
5eaeca952f920093db42ae294cde09f3
d31a810484769c87f3a8e6251c3b50b474bd569c
describe
virus check
'19475' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile89' 'sip-files00015thm.jpg'
c0969895ed7f62f05c773525e17ab66d
f00f5e4926abe7a94e7e9a9bb9b7abecd502281d
describe
virus check
'46939324' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile9' 'sip-files00015.tif'
b24ed8728ffd179ada1a466f4855cfb2
d22e25d70c719a59ba450c4939de664c00cec197
'2014-05-16T21:00:07-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T20:58:17-04:00'
virus check
'19311' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile90' 'sip-files00016thm.jpg'
d3c953b7631a9ca9c013b368b146051b
86758c293c0f1d64b97b7bade695a24a963d9f12
describe
virus check
'15848' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile91' 'sip-files00005thm.jpg'
5da46d275d6838f5f47a87049c6ef38e
cbfb40fe1363b23704050d54cc2b442331c2aace
describe
virus check
'15667' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile92' 'sip-files00006thm.jpg'
c5ee34a0a2e71f600f7dfd0c69dddfa2
b12d6ffc27ae47d06f2a9fba319460bd2bc5e017
describe
virus check
'15261' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile93' 'sip-files00011thm.jpg'
ecd55f0214fed401502ca512336c03e9
4c1342037034b5917266201390bbc52b69523235
'2014-05-16T21:00:33-04:00'
describe
virus check
'17735' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile94' 'sip-files00012thm.jpg'
7d99bb6fe17ed012474fb6635e8fabd3
113efe8c2d32e5d96bde3fb3ae1d1bef50bad782
describe
virus check
'16197' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile95' 'sip-files00013thm.jpg'
190e02167dac4236e91b0a99ac963aa8
7e6cf07c423e46bebdb6a578201cb6914f82439b
describe
virus check
'17083' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile96' 'sip-files00014thm.jpg'
d236bd8f46699f542993a0288051b552
832d4bba43757b4bf4c3f122b2bc9df623cd1c2d
'2014-05-16T20:59:49-04:00'
describe
virus check
'16614' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile97' 'sip-files00017thm.jpg'
195e3428d55b61a2cdc4a8a9c1786b97
8506e70d6d498f658bbe163406a2b077c8b24719
describe
virus check
'18240' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile98' 'sip-files00018thm.jpg'
bfd7ce50d859fc16164df768e77366bd
57ff74833d06fab590f38e785467d3f6f03741fb
describe
virus check
'16095' 'info:fdaEX86NLQWC_4TP41Tfile99' 'sip-files00019thm.jpg'
4c5edbe6557d871d18b908d385c8b628
96cd78e7a93eef444f72344b0c4745be6d698d46
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