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Haiti sun
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Telephone 206


: MEYER'S PHARMACY RAZED Reynolds Starts


IN 150.000 DOLLAR BLAZE
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.'"Downtown, Port-au-Prince is ching a special depok of exploc
;till under the influence of a sive chemir:als in the r ack yard
strong chemical smell which is of the pharmacy. The explosives
&e aftermath of the worst fire 60 kilos of cdlddine, 60 kilos
Mhis year: of ether, 30 kilos of alcohol and
At 2:45 A.M. Wednesday, the also a quantity of turpentine and
Tharmacie Meyer, located in a ammonia, which were in a spe-
picturesque, olf-fashioned build- cial satet' zone authorized by
gon the corner of the Grand fire regulations, were undamag-
Og on the corn-er of the. Gr~an d.
ed.
Rte and Rue Bonne Foi suffered
extensive damage from a fire that____________
totally destroyed the' stockroom Jul Firs Cos t$200,000
mn the second floor, and buckled J"y Fires Cost $20,00
*e large iron doors on the street lyrPy damage from six


a.lvetigus Charles, a passerby,
in, the three blocks to the fire
nation ai.d gave the alarm when
, saw flames' ahd a. heavy,
lick, black smoke add fumes
suing from the building.
rhrie trur:ks. arrived on. the
ist a alarm and inimtdiately
fowered. the building. wfth tons
:water. A second afarm brought
ik ladder truck and a special
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jmper to tne scene. .
'rom a 40-ft. perch on the end
th- ladder, "fi'reme. using
as masks and' .oxygen masks
nioke into the second floor
rough the glass window of the
4.armacy..office.
Other firemen penetrated to
e second hloor where the fire
id originated,-. '"itgst the lar-
.stock of clemzieals, ,'by break-
:.hrqugh the'pa ally concrete
4i tix.rom ....
taOle- the. fixire'en battled the
ze a special squad was detail-
Rt.1o prevent further catastro-
;e:A spray-nozzle hose acted
a shield against the fire's rea-

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Ps CatLus 'of 1956 at Hotel
Oano. Lovely Jackie Estel
Sbesides the prickly bush
ifig her sojoun, here with he
its. The 16 year old daught-
.r and Mrs.'. Archie heyer
': ravissante *, at-
iwMdiss Temple's School for
, and is a student of the'


major fres whicn nave occur-
red within the. first days of
tis mnth is estimated at op-
prnmately $200,000.00
At 6&30 A.M. the brigade had
the fire under control. At 8:10
it was declared extinguished.
An immediate appraisal of the
damage showed that the groufid
floor had offeredd only from
heat and water damage.
The second floor with its large
stock of chemicals and material
was a total loss; the only section
which remained completely in-
tact and undamageed was the
Pharmacy office through which
the fi.emen penetrated to the
second floor.
The- estimated loss in material
and stock has Been placed at
$150,000.00. Mr. George L Meyer'
the proprietor of the pharmacy,
had material and stock insulir-
ance for a total of $125,000.00.
fromi two' policies one witl the
Roy*l Insurance Company, the
other with the Netherlands In-

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T'ro Produce 400,000 Tons
Bauxite Yearly

Richmond, Va., July 2-Min-
ing Operations in Haiti to supply
bauxite for Reynolds Metals
Company wvl.Il commence during
the latter pirt of July, according
to an announcement made by R.
S. Reynolds, Jr., President. The
operations wilt be carried on by
a newly organized subsidiary cor-
poration, Reynolds Haitian Mi-
nes, Inc. Walter L. Rice, Vice-
President of R.eynolds Metals
Company, has been elected Pre-
side'nt of Reynolds Haitian Mi-
fies, Inc.
I IMr. Rice stated that the Hai-
tian facilities scheduled for final
completionh early in 1957, are de-
signed for a regular production
of 400,000 tons per year, with re-
serve capacity sufficient to pro-
cess 900,000 tons per year and to
ship larger quantities whenever
necessary. Mining operations dur
ihg the last half. of 1956 .will ac-
cumulate a substantial stockpile
in preparation for loading of
ships.
With the commencement of
shipments from Haiti the Compa-
ny will have four primary sour-
ces of bauxite-Arkansasg, Jamai-
ca, Haiti, and British Guiana. The
facilities at all of these locations
are being designed so that the
Company cbn maintain its alumi-
num operations at'100% of capa-
city during periods of interrup-
tion in the flow of bauxite from
one or two of these areas.
In order to provide maximum
(Continted on page 20)


SALVADOR HONDURAS HAITI

FOOTBALL TOURNEY UNDERWAY

As the "Sun. went to press, the pAig a week of intensive theoretical and
years of the big Triangular Tourn- technical training under Greek-
anent were going into action for born Coach Giorgiadis, assisted by
the title championship, as a crowd Haitian coaches Raymond and: AI-
bf 15,000 spectators watched from efte. The boys had..been- allowed
all the vantage points of. Stade a cresting period at the Hotel
'Magloire. Trois Mousquetaires.
Haiti's National Team of 22 se-
lected footballers had been through Two of the Haitian Air Force
planes had been placed at the dis-
Dept posal of the Federation for trans-
U. S. State Dept. portion of the visiting teams of
VIP & Family El Salvador and Honduras:
End Week Visit The opening game between El
n Week VISt Salvadqr and Haiti started with a
heDirtor of the Institute bang and sports lovers were prim-
rrhe Dirctor of the Institute dexie nta
oa Inter-American Affairs of (he. ed, for the thrill and' excitement as
State tepirtment and Mrs. Jack both! teams were thunderously ov-
Davis Neal, and Juniorcontinued ationed by the crowd.
Lheir Latin American tour yes- w b pae
tterday, enditgan active business The games wll be played as
cum-pleasure 'week here.' Tievy follows:
travelled with their son, .to visit Tuesday, July 10-El Salvador
several parts of the island durg vs Honduras;
ihcir sojourn. .. Thursday, July 12-Honduras
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ru-sday the Neal fami1 Saturday, July 14-Haiti vs. El
north to-.Ca1Haitienp-''f fSl ^dr *'.
rsday they trekked to the Tuesday, "July 17-Hbnduras' vs.
sday thVey trekked to the l Savador;
te valley. ,Thursd, July 19-Haiti vs. Hon- ;==k bd
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I 'SUNDAY, J ULY.Sth 1 9 5 6 &No.42 :J
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2 Boys From New Zealand Here'i
On World-Cruise In 28-Foot Yachtd;Ii
Two young men from cdown- 22 year-4ld Tony,who builf.ti bi'
under, Tony Armit and Brian 28-foot world-crusing lFet'frpm:
Loe hoisted the red sails of their a kaurl tree. in his spare tie..
28-foot yac'it MARCO POLO from his accountakicy 1...b .44i
noon Monday and set a course 23-year-old Brian, a' student .fa4U'
for Nassau, the next port of call mer who has'taught him.slf 'Na-'
on their cruise'around the world. vigptioh antid has yet'to*a8,ails.S'
world." island otn t he cruise; le'it.: "e,.|
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'The lMlarco Pojo with a lar.. Zealand withj,$100 cin caa ':e
ge white kiwi, the strange win- little sailing experiencee, .:i.'?t
less bird of their cPatrle, em- with more than ithe -noitrnal. i
broidered on the red main-sail .m'ent of brdains,brawwapd'dets4
along with a giant letters N.Z. mination. *""
which stand for 'New Zealand,. 'tc..
sailed into the Casino pier Fri- Refusing more than :a4' e.IT
day,'thus, bringing the total end, of hospitaity .. in',s
of miles logged Since that Prince, the young.. 1e ad tu$es5
winter's day 18th of July left, stating that it' tatiepf1t
1954, when they ast 6ff from get around t"he wor!d. iW 1
Autkland and headed west ac-'long stay 0 .:'bo"th inAfmi
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._________ SUNDAY, JULY 8th 1956'?
SUNDAY, J U L Y 8th 1 9 5 6<,


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S; Golf and. Tennis Troplhies presented during the evening's festiuit-
v': e.. ,(Above) Arland Smith who won the -Golf Club Championship for.
|r., :1956;' Mrs. Lou Stokes the winner of the ,President's CUp'for Ladies
(Golf) 1955. 'Mrs. Bert Stotoe, President's Cup winner for 1954, Gale
:. t ?f*,. Teniis Champion anil Jack Neat; men'ss Champ.
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Winner of the 1955 President's Cup for Men, Jimmy Urano; Mabel
Ursfo, Women Club Champion for 1956 with winners Stokes and Smitl


M. George Marc, ,. and several
other officials of the education
ministry were present at the ce-
esmony.. Daring the toast, Mr.
George Marc praised Haitian-
American cooperation, of which
the Ecole de la Republique des
Etats-Unis was a living example,
he said.

The text of Amba.ssador Davis'
speech ,in response to the wel-
come by the Directrice of the
school, Mme.' Leroy, follows.

Today in the small toWns.and
great cities all over the United
States, the American people are
celebrating the one hundred
eightieth (186th)' anniversary of
their 'independence.

SFor na't.. and Americans.
alike, the meaning of indepen-
d.nce doesn't require an explan-
ation. Our forefathers in both
countries fought and died that
we might enjoy the fruits of li-
berty today. '"


Our struggle in the United
States to achieve liberty was not
won by ourselves alone. Free-
donm-loving men from many coun-
tries aide,! us. There were
Frenchmen. Polds, and Germans.
And most important. 'the eight
hundred brave Haitians who
fought side by side with the
Americans k'the Battle of Sa-
vannah.
*Haiti and the United States
were the tirst two countries in
the hemisphere to gain indepen-
dence. Since that time, both of
our countries have served as bea-
cons to other nations who were
struggling for th-ir own inde-
pendence.

We have received the precious
gift of freedom from our ancest-
ors. It is our duty today to pre-
s rve it that it might be passed
on to our children and to their
children until the day when all
h. the world will be truly free.


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Canadian Experts .'.
Auditing Servies of :
Auditing Services of'


Jlyl 4th Observed With Noon Reception of friendship, cooperation and. CLERGY LOSES
:.. .. ...mututal understanding..
.. .a undemanding. PROMINENT MEMBER
At American Ambassadors Residence Ambassador Davis then pro- Funeral services for the Re-
;d.- .. posed a toast to President Paul verend Father Max Mondesir,
",;' ,'E. *Magloiri. and to the Govern- young Haitian priest, member
''Witlh Amaricans the world relations with His Excellency, me't and People of Haiti, clos- of the Congregation of Mary,
o4r,0 all. set to commemorate the the President, with his Minist- 'ing his address with a French were held on Monday morning at
anaivprsary of the signing of the ers, and with all Government phrase: @Jc bois & Haiti, le sou- the Cathedral. Among the pre-
ecdlarafcon of Independence oft Officials and Employees., rire de la Mer.o (I drink to Hal- lates present were Monseigneur
17761' the 'Missions representing ti. the gem of the Sea). Poirier, ArchBishop, Monsei-
rnele Sai *n Haiti, and merme- .Mr. Dayis added that he and gneur Rmy Augustin, Auxiliary,
e! of the colony closed shop, on Ms Davis have enjoyed their Minister Charles's repartee was and Monseigneur Guiot, Bishop
:Jury 4th, and set about celebrat- .asi'socijAtion with the Diplomatic prompt and eloquent as he toast- of port-ae-Paix. The bereaved fa-
Vag 180. years of historical glory and Consular Corps, with the ed the people of the United Sta- mlly was joined in mourning by
that'made the United States a Haitin'people; with1the Amer- ts, and 'bf'ered a toast to Presi- 'journalists, students and a host
free nation. ican 'd6616 Ii.Ad with other na- cent Dwight W. Eisenhower. of sympathliing friends.
S.tionals t g Jn this hospita- The death of the ardent mis-
t, the palatial Bourdon resi- bl, coui- Ceremony At School Of sionary who during four years
%dence of the ,American Ambas- / of apostleship had preached in
saor, the occasidh was marked Raising; his glass, the diplo- U.S.A.In Canap Vert almost every town and remote
'byqa sumptuous reception from mat addlressed his next words
'on to 2:00 P:M. with members to Foreign Minister Joseph D. Marks 4th corner of the Republic, came as
a surpri-se, to his many colleagues
of Athe Diplomatic and Qmsular i Charaes.'; qI hope that Your Ex- srp ,ti an o es
,:pp, gaitian. Government t f- cellency also retains pleasant On the occasion of July, 4th, and friends. Father Mondesir
'vfSils an'l leading Natiqnals, memories of our-relations with the 180th anniversary of Amer- suffered an attack of meningitis
: .tj n ~wit, ..the Aee'icdn. my Go,.ernent and people when ican independence, a. commemo- at 4:00 A.M. Sunday .and passed
fiifM'ri 7 ay horly aterardwin tp.
jls0. ver tables "f the *'most- you 4iir'eas Haitian' Ambassa- rative ceremony was held at the wy shortly afterwards in Hpi-
4Slctable ihbotUchbes ver to dor inthe United States where Fcole de la R-publique des Etats tal Saint-Francois de jales. His
ge'aA buffettable'. ,. you nade 'many friends for your Unis d'Amrique. in Canape work of devotion towards the
countryant for.,,,.-.V"r-. young Haitians who are to be
:, i. country an for yourself. Vert. ordained as priests in the differ-
Aba."di.S" bos t Boyg Tasco ,hout the
!Xavi 'Vo1toing, at this fMte wdcbh In referrn'ing to. Haiti and the Un the presence of Ambassador nt dioceses throughout the
^aonpf the. best attendedd: united States, Mr. Davis point- Davis the morning *program cou.qtry in ceremonies taking
i affair of the year, in his. 'ed out that these two countries opened with the raising of the place oday(July 8th)was sadly
tst,' statd that in proposing were the first Republics, to be Haitian and American flags and interruupted by the passing
2 btotfe .did.,so not only fbr'of- established in the Western He- the singing of the Star Spangled away of the fervent 28-year-old
"fihfalmasoi-T, but also for -'p&'-: risphere,. a n d' expressed his Banner and the Dessalinienne by priest. .
n .s9f %reason's. eFor'.near k ee, pleasure that on this day they .the stud-nt.'. Mme. Cuvier Le-
.rasr',bave, had. the r, .of could join in celebrating' the' roy, directrice of the school, wel-
~Wj~~tigmyna dh 80th jan inveebrsdr n
i-' n ....my. nafid. th anniversary .of, his own corned Ambassador Davis with
'%.fildwbe fote tihebGobe'ltn country d uring,'the. 153rd year" a short speech in Engish. ^/
ove t'Ufi t he outr // th
4i~-ofie of Haiti, he began. of the Independence of the Re- i
^ahK.''J.i.ave. enjpydd my official public .of Haiti,.inr an atmosphere ''.A folk-lore show, prepared by .,-_ _
.'*i'-:'itl ITH.(.. I. /B *f'E WT BANG the teachers and students, was --/
TrlE4T LIRF lATED WITH ABANG! the highlight of: the morning.
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:::.' : ",: '' :sek, poetry recitations, and a
t.'Julyt.e 4th~wcs the occasion for fireworks and feasting at the P- ses p recitations a
'. ViWeClsub..The fireworks were spectacular ad oisy and enjoyed film on the American Revoiw
. on y. Cub.yembers, but.by nwny captates. TomMoore did a. The Minister of National -
,,mwOn.dab o I." tnQ the fireworks.assted by Davy J s. tion Mr. ranFek Dvieux the Di-
...' -.,, '..... .rector of National Education


Experts from the Canadian
firm OP.M.M. & Co.v arrived last
Friday to collaborate with offi-
cials of 'the National Bank of the
'Republic of Haiti, in a general
control of the bank's operations."


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The group includes: Paul
Adams, Hugues J. Alexander,
Jean Boisvert, Donald J. Crump,
Stuart Gordon Cooke, Wilfred
James Cole. Claude Dennis,
Pierre David,'William J. Eichen-
berg, Germain G. Gagneron, Ja-
mes Chester Gardner, William
James Glendennlng, Donald
Hall, Michel Jones Hayes, Ro-
bert H. Kennedy, Jean Lacroik,
J. Malo, Mauryce Myrand and
Jean-blIarc Turgeon, Canadian
banking experts, Georges Arms-
trong .and Mary Bailey are En-
glish-born' teehniqians.


The results of the audit which
is expectLed to be completed
shortly, will be submitted in an
official report to the officials of
the Department concerned.


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arship through the Institute of
International Edueatidn is aL-
'ways a real honor, for the com-
petition is keen. Each year the
competition for the following aca-
demic year is announced in, Oc-
tober. Candidates must fill out,
clearly and honestly in English,
application forms about 25 pa-
ges 'long, must supply a health
certificate rrom a reputable doc-
I tor,' must supply complete trans-
cripts of work done in lycdes or
colleges, \vith grades attained,


Mr. FERNANDEZ
PROMOTED TO PAIS
Mr. William Fernandez, First Se
cretary of the Liberian Embass
will leave shortly for his new pos
in the Embassy at Paris,after fon
years in Haiti. The distinguished d
plomat and his wife, Laura, parent
of 5 lively youngsters were among
the outstanding personalities in th
Capital's D. C. activities. ,Mr Fer


MIAMI UNIVERSITY AWARDS
SCHOLARSHIP TO HAITIAN
he Committee on Study and, plaining in detail his plans an
dining in the United States' his reasons for desirin' t6 st4d1
e in Port-auPrince has just in the United States. Last fal
eived word from the Instit- 28 Haitians made initial" applica
of International Education of tion for these scholarships; Only
v York City, informing them 10 were persistent enough to fil
SM. Jacques Saurel, who 6ut and supply all the require!
rks in the Banque Nationale forms and to write, the compost
la R-nublique .d'Haiti, has !ion. Six of thesz Were selected
n awarded. a -scholarship for -.nJ forwa&;ded 'to New York Ci
academic year, beginning in tv. where a special committee o
member, 1956, and ending at "prominent American scholars
end o; June 1957. Mr. Char- ii conjunciton with interested
St. Joai, Jr., chairman of the unJversitij3., makes the final de
nimittec on Study and Train- Vi:rins. Thus the scholarship
and director of the Haitian- are awarded purely'on the basic
ericdn Institute, informs us of personal merit and disting
Sthe scholarship, which coy- uished scholarship. The Commit
full tuition and part of the tee in New York declared tha
ideht's maintenance, was Al. Sam-urel is definitely the'mos
rded by- Miami University, distinguished Haitiai candidate
ord, Ohio. Mr. Saurel will However. the letter stated, theirr
ly' advanced accounting at is a possibility that one mor
ord. scholarship ,\ijl] be awarded to
nrning a U.S. university schol- a Haitian at the end of a month.


fl'=SUNDAY, J U L Y 8th 1956


WORLD FAMED -SCIENTIST HI

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The plan s of the project
drafted by the. public Wor
apartment's Service ,of Urt
*and spacious grounds fo
buildings have already
made available.
F7jth the realization of ti
modern equipped Labo
Haiti's teachers and st
will benefit from a well
Sped, scientific center -whe
monstrations and'practice
conducted on'a large scable


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The services of Dr. Eugene
Scott, world reputed, scientist,
were obtained by the Depart-
ment of National Education in
connection with the new Govern-
ment project of a Central Labo-
.At3ry and Scientific Study and'
Research projects A member of
the National Office of Science 'of
the State Department, -the .per-
sonality whose name is closely,
associated with the major disco-
veri.s in nuclear energy, arrived
at Port-au-Prince last' Friday.
The Mixed Council of Economic
Aid served as intermediary in
sending Dr. Scott to aid in the
program" of technical assistance'.,


On Saturday morning, accom-
-e
e panied by Mr. John P. Hoover,
Director of Point IV, and Cap-
tain Robert Bazile, the famed"
scientist was received by Minist-
er of National Education Franck
Devieux. On Saturday morninnr,
h? worked wth .officials of thee
University, including 'the Dean of
e- the Medical Faculty.. the Direct:'
sy or of the School of Science, and
st the Principal of Ecole Normale
ir Sup:!rieure. ,HX also met with
.i-. the Education's Special Cdmns-'
ts sion in charge of the Laboratofr.
ig 'Project, -' "
r- Dr. -Scott's mission in ,l"aiti .


, must have completed the Bacca- nanldez who became a citizen of Li- consists of examining1 and coJr- ,'. .. ....... .
laureate degree, written and oral, beria by naturalization, handles the dinating ,the laboratory needs f K'..R' ayu' oino', fore h icro in Naples (Italy),
second part, and must supply at French verb majestically and Haiti's schools of higher ed.utIa driesqed .th, delegates'; of the 2nd Congress of .the'.WorldAsl cia o
least -three letters bf recommen- counts many friends here who at tion, counselling the Enkineers.' -o'f r.'ilti. ad ISteiility 'His subject jointly eprepq.edo f: ,. LtO
nation from reputable citizens. the same time expressing regrets in charge of instellations-alideto .omne SV'lvam was: 'The CiystaWlizati of".'the Cervix MUcu'. i*the"i,
The candidate must then write for his coming departure, are hap- assist with the choice. ofscienti- Di nosi e of F zncaL Troubles of the Ovariesa. :.r .*. .
an 'original :composition. in En- py to congratulate him on his pro- fic material ftnd equipment need-. T,. :doctov who returned recently to Port a Prince t wfth ahis;'. i
....h ,i .r ~ ,bad ,'G~ ,sqeU his prcie A ,.
gUsh, under supervision, ex- motion. ed from abroad. .. hoe ".swn..U ihs priwtice. .- ... -' .. ,.,' .. ,,
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^RE D oeback after 6 years in Mo :
After six years at the Homer ,
Philips Hospital in St Louis, M .,
ECT Dr. Decatrel Wirville is back as a ;
Urology Specialist. The distibisuW ;
t were ed young medic expressed his hap"-.,,
rks De- piness at returning to the fold, di-;.1
,anism, ring a courtesy visit tothe offie*. *
r th of the *Suni ..


T.B. Center Gets Don'., '
From President .'' 'A-t
SThe :Ahti-Tuberculosis League ..t'
Cayes was favored by a gktfrl- .,J
$300.00, last- week as'a .perdo&.f-l
contribution of President rMagore-:.
The:riew. hospital is to b'ded-ca't
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r;: 6 Government Employees
,.injured Near Sarthe
r v.. .
*" *. --. ,
%Q..; ix persons were seriously jin-
"j.qred on Tuesday morning, on
:. the highway near Sarthe when
., a station wagon of the Labor De-
,.'partmeit collided with one of the
i"-ttlectric Comfpany's, trucks. Rush-
'ed.- to the hospital at Port-au-
-.Prince for emergency treatment
-, were. Mrs. Bertholand Edouard,
:: '< the Department of the. Inter-
.i6r, Mr, GWrard Nau. of the Fo-L
K reign Relations Office,'Mr. 'Enli-
le Legros, Dieudonnd Pierre,
i Carl Herardi, and Bertlholand
V- Edouard of theDepartment of
.Tbor.
n"j bo. "" .
-" :The party Nwas enroute to. the
'-'Village of Malpassei near the-
.Arider where the six Govern-
nient functionaries were delegat-
e to '.fulfill formalities in con-
sectionn with the *return of Hai-
,.tiad laborers under contract with
V..Jthe Dominican Sugar',manufac-
":. iyrers at the endqa the sugar-
.,cane.season. .

Charbona Disease
0Reported In Artibonitbe

The- dreaded Anthra x disease,
1,'kriown ila, Haiti as. '.CharbiOn
Swh.c..ips out animals of. the
:bovine .ria62 and is. contagious
t-and dapigetous to h'umotn is, re-
?'NpO6 .tthtavt di bkeino :iM n the
."lower Artibonite Plai.. Eight
p. victtz'.swe b'/r'ush'ed to the hos-
;i.:'it'ai"'ald" plcpd:.in quaraaitine at
Ij:'St ;,M '.. *The: Public Health, au-
'thoriie. are 'in'Istigating the
Sdrigin of the epidemic and' plan-
rung'defens- against the' further
7 ;spread of ithe disease which -had
;!otten as far -as the rural .sec-
4/.tions near tWe town of St. Marc.
;TIhe echarbon. is described as
Sa sickness. which begins with a
....boil or carbuncle on the body of
.' acow, pig ur other farm animal
Sand'rapidly extends finally' co-
t'..:Vermg the entire surface of the
body,. and [he victim, dies short-
..,ly 'afterwards in great anguish.
.:'The bod'i incinerated and even
:th ashes must be buried deep
:'beneath the ground. for the soil
'A infected for years. The epide-
S.mic-is hard to eradicate because
Sthe spores of the disease infect
the ground where the afflicted
animal is kept, and the gerims
Slive in the ground.
Humans who eat the meat of
such animals will have the same
P. symptoms of the malady and
r: ia in great danger of death. In
*.t'he United States it was found
,' thatt birshes made from the hair
,.,of pigs or other animals with
..thy disease infected the users
of the brushes 'by contagion and
Severe measures were taken to
Soblige manufacturers to submit
Sthe raw products to Government
agencies for tests before making
them into brushes. Control of the
'disease is possible only by means
of ipnoeulating. the animals
against attack.

"To Appear ,BIENTOT,

eLe Vaudou Vu Par Un M6de-
cinm. a Magistral study by Dr.
Rulx Ldon, veteran Haitian phy-
siciau and Sociologist, is being
translated from the French for
publication in the Haiti Sun.
Haiti, the Magic Isle of tourists
will appear in a new light which,
without ceasing to be attractive,
will be given a more realistic
" .touch.


aCHEZ ANNA*


.Chez Anna, is the name of the
new 'bistrot. which opened last
week at Rue des Casernes. It is


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PARAMOUNT MOVIE house proprietor and Mrs.'Daniel Lafontant
returned to town from 3. months in Europe, Friday. A flow of Europe-
an movies follows in their wake.
ALVARO SOLORZANO, Vice-President of the Junior Chamber of Com-
merce of, Costa Rica, dined at El Rancho Friday evening with local
Jaycees and talked of .the Eleventh Congress of Jaycees of the North-
ern Latin American zone to b'e held in San Jbse next month.
STANLEY (ATOM BOMB) GRAYSON arrived in the Capital at 7:00
A.M. Monday with a bang. When the Panama liner docked romrn New
York, Port aut Priince. Police were called in to 'find $5,000.00 worth of
missing .jewels that disappeared -from Mrs. Grayson's handbag on the
high Seas. .Tlie jewejss,- bracelets, earrings and broches, were in a
blac&c bag which, the Graysons said they took to the movies, Sunday
night as the -ship was steaming past Mole St. Nic. Mrs. ,Atom, for-
got her bag at ,the movies and the Steward gave it to a barman who
gave it to the Purser.-In-the dawn;. Stanley -G. claimed the handbag,
but alasl No Jewels. After a 2-hour investigation by lochl sleuths,
New 'ydrk was ,.nis au courant. '- advised of the catastrophe. But
with the-.explosion over, the smoke cleared. Tuesday Dapper -Atom
Bomb: drove down frbm his residence at tile Beau Site Hotel in a
pale blue'. Firedom Studebakei-.and reported 'to police he had found
the missing; jewels- whilerunpacking his grip.
HOWARD BRSdOISit'.the man. to Tbe feared if you are planning to tamp
er with the mairaboar-d PAA Clippers. Mr. Brooks who was here with
'Mrm Broolks, at the El Rancho, this past week, is PAA's Airmail Ser-:
vice Supetintendest. Before joining the airline mail carriers,; he was
with'the U.S. Post, Office, and during the War, with the Marine Post
Office Service arranging for the boys to read their mail in' the front
lines. Mail Inspectors have', a reputation for 'getting their man. that
overshadows 'evefn te-exploits of the FBI and the Mounted Police.
EVELYN EISEN, the lovely and vivacious New -Yorker, has taken
a house here for-two, months 'during"'Which time it is suspected she
will write a book.
THE RUDY .TIPPENHAUERS have a girl, not a boy. She answers
to the name -Terry..
JACQUESI LARGE signed his Best Seller &Choses et Gems Vus, at
the, Pierre Roy Kenscoff villa, Sunday. Ernst Liautaud presented the
young novelist, and the signing developed into a full-scale ,bambo-
che,. A 'critique, of the book will appear in our next issue.
ATTORNEY GEORGES N. LEGER, Jr. (Ti George7 -returned last
week from Geneva, Switzerland after acting as Technical Counsellor
to Haiti's Delegation to the International Labor Organization Congress.
CAPTAIN 'AND 'MRS. VIC BLANCHET established themselves as
the -perfect hosts, last Sunday with their sumptuous reception honor-
.ing the President .and the First Lady, with the Morne Hercule villa
overflowing with guests"and friends on the occasion of 'Fete Saint
'Pierre de PNtion Villew.
SMAGISTRAT COMMUNAL- and Mrs. Hibbert Jean-Jacques person-
ally visited each counter and attraction during the Kermesse on Place
St9rno Vincent at Petion Vilje last Sunday. The lucky numbers on
Bulova Watihes. Thermos -us .nd *hat have-you left a substantial
hole in the youne M r/Iaypr"s money sack.
'PAUL WEESNER, owner of Haiti's largest hotel (The Riviera) came
to town, Thursday, and plunged immediately into -plans to work up
a first-class' -0'lw of 'local talent., 'combined with that of Enid Mo-
sier and her Trinidadian g group, direct from New York's Swank 'Blue
Angel Club'. Herbert Ross, famed New York Choreographer who dir-
ected the Martha Ray show,'et al, is here to help put the show on the
road.
1IRVY MENDALL who handles Haiti's publicity in the United States
showed the town this -week to New York associate Jay Weston of
Weston & Cochrane Associates, Ltd.
ANTHONY MEROVEE PIERRE is back from attending graduation
exercises at Nicolas College where he saw son Philinne receive his
Accountant's diploma last month, after two years study. The new
figure master-will do post graduate work in Dudley, Mass., and is ex-
pected home from the U.S. in December.
MORRIS BURKA President of Gibbons Feed arrived at the Ibo Lele
from New Orleans yesterdayy afternoon. He is interested in the local
chickens the feathered kind. Mr. Burka is accompanied by his wife
Anne.
JACK FLANNIGAN, definitely no reiatipn to the Flannigan 'that
made hotel news in Switzerland, a year ago, received with Madame
at cocktails at their Bourdon home on Saturday night.


SPENDING SUMMER IN JAMAICA
Mr. Roger Cajuste, a Haitian manufacturer of Port au Prince has
sent his young son Roger Alexis to spend the summer in Jamaica in
order to improve his knowledge of English.
Rdger, junior who is staying at the Y.M.C.A., is being personally
looked after by Mr. Conrad Ball, the acting General Secretary, who has
arranged for him to attend the Sunmmer Day Camp at Doncaster and
the Jamaica Youth Clubs Council's residential camp at Orange Bay
in Portland; and, in addition to visit schools, colleges, youth welfare
organizations, industrial concerns and stay with Jamaican families.


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F HAITI SUN
THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Community Weekly Published Sundas Morning
EDITOR-PUBLISHER BERNARD DIEDERICH
I GERANT-RESPONSABLE PAUL E. NAJAC


INTAKE FARMING COULD BE BIG BUSINESS
SConcerning the guinea-hen, mongoose questions reviewed
in our editorial of June 24th our staff economist and biologist
.! from Chatelet des Fleurs contributes:
Guinea fowl bring fine market prices, as good or better
: than any poultry product, about 30 to 50 cents U.S. per pound
.wholesale in New York, if memory is correct. The best en-
I?; vironment for guinea fowl is a dry, even arid, climate, and
.,they can endure heat. Some of the dry areas of northwest
1. Haiti are unusually well adapted to commercial confined pro-
: duction of guinea fowl.
There is one producer in south Florida who markets 8000
Confined guinea fowl per year as a profitable hobby.
: The U.S. import tax on dressed guinea fowl has recently
been reduced to only 3 cents U.S. per pound.
Such an undertaking as production of guinea fowl has an
Advantage that it will not be attempting competition with big
I: established foreign industry, backed with extensive research,
lobbies and big accumulated capital.
SHowever, -let no-one anticipate a fast buck in such business;
Sit would take 5 or 6 years to get such a business on a profit-
Sable basis, but then could become highly remunerative. Tt
Should logically be private enterprise fostered by the Govern-
I:: ment in every feasible way, with technical aid and tangible
long-term tax inducements.
,MONGOOSE OK: RAT NOT
SConcerning the mongoose, actual quantitative data are more
: significant than philosophical discussion. In Hawaii extensive
IV counts were made of the stomach contents of mongoose. The
counts showed less than 5 percent of the mongoose-stomachs
I.-with chicken remnants, more than 95 percent with fur and
Remnants of rats. Of course these counts could vary with the
sites where the mongoose were tallied.
The rat is one of the worst if not the worst enemy of hum-
ans in Haiti, taking its heavy tax from every small producer
2 of corn other grains, sugar-cane and stored-food items. Ac-
tuallv. Chatelet des Fleurs has been considering studies to
foster increased population of the mongoose and the small
7 harmless snakes of the country-side to minimize the over-rid-
ing rat population. --
We look on the mongoose as one of our allies; on rats as
formidable relentless enemies. The problems merit thorough
Detailed evaluation. Oq'
V SITING ON YOUR TOMB-STONE
,:. Have you ever pondered the fact that as you entered one
Q if our principal movie-houses here in the Capital you might
.: be entering your tomb? Next time you're seated in the middle
;' of a.'crowded csdance*, think about what you would do if the
;. salle suddenly burst into flame. See if you can spot an
'. emergency exit. Judge how long it takes to empty a full
House. Then add cpaniqueh to this slbw-moving centipede of
theater-goers and visualize bow they'd all be squeezing thro-
Sugh the entrance, down the stairways and through to the
S. street.
As a crowd surged into a Sunday cinemascope production,
, recently, a movie goer was asked what he would do if called
on to make a hurried exit. m'ta blig6 fouill6 oun trou nan
mu-a pou'm mette corp-m deho-a et puis jamb6 sou tete caille
sou cot4-a.s (I would dig a hole in the concrete wall and climb.
through to the roof of the house next door), was the reply.
The U.S. was a little careless about this sort of thing until
the disastrous Coconut Grove nightclub fire in Boston; where
hundreds were killed in the panic to get out of the blazing
-inferno; made them learn their lesson the hard way. I
The fire chiefs in cities all over the United States went tb
work and closed down those clubs and theaters that couldn't
provide their patrons with quick exits to safety. .


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Care Mission
Saigon, Viet-Nam
June 26th 1956
Dear Haiti Sun:
Yesterday I received the Fe-
bruary 26th and March 4th num-
bers of the Haiti most welcome,
both for providing me with love-
ly bits of news and for hourish-
ing the bittersweet nostalgia
that takes possession of me when-
ever I thing or talk about Haiti.
For these Suns, mille remer-
elements. f
I think that I wrote you three
or four weeks after my arrival
in Laos. A lot has happened
since then, some of it quite in-
teresting. I traveled a good deal
in Laos, seeing a most primitive
type of country and a civilization
much different from anything
that I had seen before. Working
conditions were extremely diffi-
cult and made those in Haiti al-
most seem like child's play in
comparison. But I found the Lao
people altogether -charming and
was grateful to have the oppor-
tunity to get to know them.

I have also been able to do
quite a bit of travelling in South-f
east Asia. I have been to Bang-
kok many times. I have visited
the fabulous ruins of Angkor in
Northern Cambodia as well as
'Phnom-Penh to Bangk6k,' a
great adventure).' I was in the
most exciting and beautLful city
of Hong-Kong, a truly great city.
And 'I visited Saigon, the oParis
of tIe East,a where I am cur-
rently living.


I came down to Saigon from
Vientiane three Weeks ago. A.
combination of impossible living
quartets and a slackening of coo-
peration on the part of my Lao
colleagues made CARE decide
to send me down to Saigon to
work with our mission chief here
and run the. activities of the Laos
mission, for the time being, by
correspondence with my Chinese
assistant whom I left in the of-
fice. This far. from being an
ideal arrangenment,- but it gives
me a good chance to get ac-
quainted with Saigon and South
Vietnam.

I am enjoying Saigon. It is a
lovely city, with broad tree-lined
boulevards P.d beautiful homes
and buildings. It is no longer the
city of sin* that it used to be,
with magnificent brothels, gam-
bling halls, Dnd opium dens. But
it is pleasant to live in. Cholon,
sister-city of Saigon. with a po-
pulation that is ninety percent
Chinese, is fascinating'.

Of course, I still miss Haiti. 1)
miss the Haiti I gradually made
for myself in getting ,to know it.
Not the Haiti of the big, splashy
hotels and tourist traps, though
I bear them no malice because
of the revenue.that is pouring
into the country), but the Haiti
of .the coast cities, of the moun-
tain villages, of Bassin Zim,
'Saut d'Ean, Jdrnmie, Jaomel, Ile
de la Tortue, etc., and Port-au-
Prince with all my wonderful
friends, and still one of the o1-
viest cities I know. It's hard tb
express the- emotional. reaction
which the thought of Haiti till
produces -in me. Haiti has been
a unique experience for me. I
-still hope to return some day.

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Ei o : n /otinued froni pge 1) tern, unheard of in their own 'on a dru:.- from the whisky .nies
W,&nth Africa has left thein.ith country, must be like sailing smuggled off the wreck. Lord his
ix .." ,year In which t t travel against the wind and the current Hwe's Austraiath artist pitched onna
']~ RcFtt s ~ t' a h aetm., Hwe's Austz-aliah artist thd mm
'j iZEast-c*ast Ge1 Notth'Aiae- at the same time. a ride to .Sydn"y where in pay- one 0o
icakf down thzioiih the Pa- First Island ment for the cruise he painted after
aim.iCanal, and 'across the Pace- The first island the boys call the yacht in, oils. The boys keep rnouth
.ftf island to Island to New ed at when they left New Zealand jn touch with this artist by throw scarre
andw They confessed Uthey was Norfolk where the people ing notes over-board in air tight lanider
., .. ,Ing notes over-board- in -air. tigh ;ahd
-e. a. f'vagabondsz,. that they dlescendaents of the mutineers bottles. They have received no did nf
baie a p'rpooe to circumnavi- of the Bbunty, who were given return mail mance
'gatfe the globe. the island by Queen Victoria, e Marco Palo sailed the chunk
:j:!. :r, te iedadsep pak .ly 3xue fod The 4LMarco Polo" sailed -the ch nki
ortbey 4ined and slept speak. a lazy mixture of old 1400. miles o4 coast from Sydney der-w,
liyore 'and spent saturday'night English and Tahitian and never to Brisbane where they worked 'The
c.cmmenting on the gorgeous killed a horse. farsix months allowing the hur- big 81
Yspetacles&o Cabana Choucoune Arriving at Lord Howe, the ricane to blow itself out. Torrg
'reses on a festival Right (Fete southernimpst tropical isle in the Witcan ias fom .b their laboring Tor
'd"$ .dj~re). Eaimizi.ng the world they discovered a tourist h capital from the laboring
e, iz .ai .fP! s o e e M r D P00V w s
T tbea3u.e .t" uafar,.they 'philoso- ship had-just been wrecked on ashore, the' Marco Polo was n
.P thWtb'tt e *tthaperon sys- tlie reef and the island was still provisioned for the trip around no lo
S;,.. Northern Australia and across cause
'6 l' .AS W tO'ST WHEN BOAT Lh' Indian Ocean to South Afri- Whitt
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Q, kt^ hai '.afeaidy 411entertain- .vA 'b; YK&
1tofisBht not-all '* ""'" "
Sw.ill..m.bet,-iy ac.
f siIItnt6 the Ulittle-.
X" 14dx 4% call off the
Nourt taC Ode" c t.
MM:.m h be dei o 'to tnrm. 4
.' iSles that-flgcycmossBy ian's'
dldt',e4-re the reminder of the
pp'liilogsescape from
0 f.'"q b ps t' -of Africa
.tween .Durban and Port Elsa- .
& bth ^ ..l stNoveimber, they battled
,J.alt seas fre elgint _,days,
..:."as 'thr-, yaclit' turned
,' e r s Ux tim e s -'^ ''' ^^
i:;>". i'^-. ,,- :v,'. ; -
w. :.;.w storfs- 9ne.iright after..' ..J-
'he other, stove in the port holes,
Shld te main boom 'adi
mc'.mtwood of their dinghy, tore Tony and Brian wa
">to Gehreds their storm jib
f' when they tried to set it .
:' and".. gave both boys liige
S, ashes on their head. Tony
.. was washed over-board three
Almns but luckily he had tied a 4
r ope around )his waist and 'mana-
-.'.ged to scramble back on board.
:/; ,
A t..I w as As the ship was thrown,
,.d ,,a tfoot vwaley between I
ei'ars, .that Brian was dashed,.
T.:gl, the Broken port hole thatJ
iwpfg ,Hleg In a series of
;'i.ant gahes from the ankle toI
t..the. I. pDuring the last sixteen
lourni of the storm they were.
c.eon.ined that the neat minute A
.. would be their last. Brian was is go
'-'delirloue? while Tony suffered:
f"rm halinclnations. He kept hav- I
bbg vIsions of ship's masts and
"tj:ights and hearing strange nol-
es, because they hadn't slept Y U
" peroly or eaten for a week:
:' ':their cabin was a mess of
SBrifan's blood, broken glass, eggs
''splt, rice and tea leaves. On the J
eighthh 1da. they finally liped
'into Algoa Bay and nearly tainme'
1:.- "t grief again. It was pitch dark B G N |
. -while flandering around looking
".' .for somewhere to tie up, they
,- missed crashing lino a jetty by
,'inches. I m J U
S OFF TO GERMANY
Standby Frauleins: Horst Von
' Heyer. Sonqco technical adviser
Is Germanv bound. The young
technician will revisit his home
in Hambourg, see his mother
S and tour As much of Europe as Z 5
is possible in an pOpelt car in
three months. '
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by.p,
were
IO0-d,
gave
their
* cdnti
pillarf
food.


rhey Built
of Great Barrier Reef to
day Island they made cla
issuance) of a pearl diver,
f ,the. few humans, to live
having his head inside the
i of a shark..Exhlbiting-his
ed .head,, the Thursday Is
r explained that .the shark
ot live to repeat its perfo-
e, he stabbed it into large
ks in a Hollywood style un-
ater battle.
.y left the company of the
)-foot ketches 'run by the -
es Strait Islanders who
ive for pearl and trochus
in an uncompetitive man-
now that the Japanese are
ng:!r working this area be-
of the Australian All
e Policy.
!lng in Dili, capital of Portu-
Thmor they were welcomed
elite bowing officials who
'extremely courteous in the
agree 'steaming heat., They"
to the courteous officials
month old monkey that
nually .cried like a baby. nd
ged their deck-load of fresh


As amateur anthropologist
r.thdy sv. e interested in visiting
some of .the Islands Qf .the great
e ine oesia 'Republic, ..bt
the aep ort of the last New Zea.
Iander to the hot spot was not
favorablee. A Major. on, his way
h-Qme from England, alone .-on
ayachtf, wvag captured and detgin.
ed on an island by a tribe of-pri-
mitive Indonesians.
cbckfiglft at.Le Perchoir. They stripped his vessel
of bfOI. all were escorting
himh to another island
_________________then he made hbis escak~e under
the cdg'er ao d tk ness. He arrived
xi 3JarwiA (Australia) in poor
09hn.1:k.'.injg the barnacles and
1hb grass from the bottom of his


U.S. Island of the same nifie';
the Pacific). The bigadventon'.
Island which resembles a weddijgj
cake and ip entirely phospha....
formed byl the meeting of twV l
currents, volcanic upheaval or th_.
visit of birds over the centuries,!
is going to the movies. To atten& 'I
the Chinese-English movies, you-!J
sit in a jeep (main transportati2-I,
on) and watch a projector reflect f
across a road on the side of .ai
building. Cars, people, dogs, a .ii
large land-crabs continually cut lin':
on the movie as they wander down'iW
the road. Here Chinese labonrerii
work the phosphate and build i
tie altars and burn Jose sticks''to
keep away evil spirits. ';'
Cocos Island ...
Brian was complimented by fel--H
low-voyageu-T Tony on making an
exact landfall on 'the Low-Lying
Cocos Islands'. (Keeling Ismid)"
where 350 people live in a Ut"pia'
Kingdom run, by the Chinese Ross..
family. Thle islands were graited.
in perpetuity in ibA86 to the Scot-.t
tish Ross family that had".'
first settled there in' 1827 "byI
-Queen Victoria. The boys disco-..
vered, Charles Darwin based "hisi
coral-reef formation theory on obsf- r
ervations made there in 1836. Here
the 4th generation of the Chinese
Ross family build the natives mod-. |
ern fluorescent-lit home and keeps'
the prices of goods at the levelthey"
were a hundred years ago. Life is.!
simple and happy. Th'e main island,,
Horse Isle is almost. self-sufficient
.with a boat frOm Singapore calling'
every six months. Not so long ago,-.k
Chinese Rosi was sailing back frm&n
an off-lying island when out of the,.
Horseshoe a storm blew up and'he-'e'
was saved on his door-sep by an- '
other ship which took him all the
way to Australia from where he l
bad to charter a plane to fly home,!
Rodriguez Isle
SThe. -round-the-wprlders covered:::
the 2'b00 miles of Indian Ocean to0-
Rodriguezi without.iany meaty ine'l
dent. tIn.Rod'iguez, one of theeMas-|':
carene Islands that .were colonized .
b& the French and fell to'the 'BEr--'
tish during the Napoleonic wars,'.
the people, Hindus and French'
and Creole speaking descendaents ,
of European immigrants and Afric-'.'
an slaves'were unbelievably fen-.:'
dly. When the 'Marco 0Plo' lost.
its old anchor it became the cona-fi
cern of the whole island /
Lost Anchor Found Friends -
While the 'islanders toiled day.
and night searching the Ocean bot -'.
torn for the anchor an Indiandrad"-1
er gave f em a new one a.d:.'!i
another trader drew up a subscrip- .
dtion list and handed .the boys $50(;J,
idth which to .purchase another..'"
anchor in Africa. They said they.
did not wanrit the visitors to.go .i
Saway feeling bad about their lIl- ,6
Sand. The old anchor originally -;
bought for $5, was recovered and .'
when the boys returned the mon...
ey a great celebration rocked tiw'.
island. The ,'Marco Polo,, in rot-
urn carried the mail-bags oni"|
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i.i.O0UDEUR memade buckets, saucepans and the places where he works for
-By Franck J. Bailey the little ct.te gridappez lamps people to comine and buy them or
SThere are men in the streets which ,sam. of the people, alrea- give them to some jobless peo-
o.i:f Haiti whose capacity is of dy described in our previous sto- pie who take them out and sell
.e.great use to poor families. These ries, use at nights. These uten- them then get their commission
S.are the csoudeurs- (solderers ) sils are made by soldering the qn the amount of sale. The
.who.are sometime seen walking 'parts together or by twisting the prices sondeurs) charge for the
"n the st, -'ls-Is but most of them ends of the Ltwo parts and flat- %voiks they no start at four cents
;u..ually 'it near -markets and a te:iing th 'n between a hammer a small goblet and go right up,
"ffew other nlaces where they 'it all depends 6:1 the sizes of the
Sk;eep their ittle shops. I / recipients they make and the
owner of a wood or metal box mountt of work they have to do
'in which li carries his materials, for repairing the deteriorated
iF a home m;ide stove fitted out ones.
I 'tbLth charcoal and a little iron / I "' These solderers dop't only pre-
' kcttle which hlie uses for liquefy- I pare the things we have men-
,,:ing lead br other metals when S L ioned above, they also repair
necessary, the instantant buyer of empty milk made of camel and aluminium.
Scans, beer cans, lard and butter If any of these things are mash-
ikeans ad also tin-plate p ?"d, give it co the esoudeurn and,
flAT USOUDEURS DO in a short time he'll give it back
I'.- L several ways, these men to you in its original shape. If
i'ust dhiYnish people's expenses, 3; should happen to have one of
: 'especially people who have chil- t h e m holes, give 'it to
I .Aren and careless people at their h i m and, by the aid of
h.houses. They also buy' empty : piece of the metal of .which
c.:ans from children or from job- t the recipient was made, he'll
iss men, ikc the 4machann bou- L give it to you looking almost as
.'tellesv The esoudeurs remove it was looking at first and consi-
the top of the empty cans put during the smart way these men
'The-upper parts on a piece of work and seeing them at tork is
'- Ion and beat them with a ham- a real fun., The west side of .the
j' jner in order to prevent those and a piece of iron with flat iron market of Port-au-Prince is
-who are going to use them from surface; sealing wax is usually one of the places where 4 sou-
I etting their lips. Then he sol- passed over the places where deurs are mostly seen.
|I'.rs to the tins, handles of the the parts are joined in order to Leon is the active oss sou-
.'.'siame metal, and the results are prevent the recipient from hay- deurn who your reporter inter-
Sigoblets whLch children'are often ing spaces through which any viewed a week ago. Instead of
. given to us' instead of breakable liquid thing can-+lak. When csou- acting like some other 'sou-
1glasses. deur's work has been prepared deursD who. instead of sitting
I'frhe csoudeurs, also make hq- hA either puts them in front of in front of markets, go all about
S. looking foe work or like some
-;-.,,,.v- : ...... +--,' P^ others who, instead of walking
4^g< t|; iall about, sit in front of markets
and wuit for people who teed
*their help, hee does both; when
..there is work for him near mar-
kets he sits there and do the
work ahd when tb6re is no work
for him there he goes all about
and look- fnr work.'
.. ....The reason for which he is
_'14. :":; ":" + 15 proud of himself is that, instead
S of baying new recipients very
V often, people can depend on hik
to give new life to the old ones.


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W isl Otherwise,
,,,,,,, I .,
:By T. J. Grant. He appeared puzzled. Dreams?: a
:". he asked.. e
h'.atier Smith and the Infralap- I explained. eYou see, Father, e
..:asa for some months past I have
:,;,:' The Second of Two Parts had terrible dreams of being t
?n'.,'..When I saw Father Smith en- chased all over the Champ de t
":iloaed in the cassock framed in Mars by a great- white bear,
..he doorway, my blood pressure what the Spanish call an Oso t
i;'tns.ta6tly fell twenty points. A Blanco, and an enormous Boeuf n
iomeno t before I hAd been high Couronnd, you know, a great
Sotni a pedestal, in a burst of cre- bull with a crown on its head. n
. 'alive frenzy, (see past week's Just imagine that, Father. f
.-',.aitf Sun) now I had a sense of He nodded his head, but said t
.h .iazand, almost of'dlead.. I knew nothing.
'r;ie- .visit boied me no good. Un- Well, every night I used to a
t'14or. nately I am not easily daunt- wake up screaming with terror,
imy face into a sin- soaked .with sweat, and trembl- t
.;?Frcing my face into a simu- -n eeY limb.Iwaklin 1
i oa i, re lng in every limb. It was killing
1vlcnn of xea smile, I rooe and me, Father, ruining my health.
Fathe.oied .im. wGrod morning c Why didn't you see a doc-
:ther .d w and c r- tr,"hfie asked.
teojlsly, just as if I had been. did, Father, I went to see
-.4eal.y glad to see him. Won't my friend Dr. Louis Roy. He
y..,corme in and .sit doWn. for a said it was purely symbolic -
J olnhf ? He. did, saying, cgobd just my imagination, and told
'imorimg, Tommy. Nice little me that if I thought pleasant
-plaee you .aii;,er., '" I- thoughts before going to sleep I
i'..t.ist unpretentious, Father, would have peasant dreams.-)
;SUiijiablW for .a man of simple Father Smith just sat and star-
.i' taates and limited icome such ed as I went on, aSo I thought
i-. s.t, was my reply. My neigh- every'night about beautiful movie
:. ;also, Father, are unpreten- actresses, pretending that they
|l..t.us, humble folk, poor but were'in love with me, and that
J' :"'proud. Like myself, they are we' held hands and kissed each
gehonest and cuiet, whidh is mope other. .'I thought so intensely that
ltha'.I can Say for some of ,'the "; ,eined'a.most real, Father.-'
,fryfto0us qften dissolute 'toci.ety. His stare softened to a smile
p.i.ple; in Turgead: ahd: Bourdon. a .he. asked, ;Did that help you?"
iwlere *I used to lve.;" *,. dt'.cu'red i co completely:,, I
F".*ather Smith agreed with me. replied. .rNow' every night I
nQuiue'.right,' Tommy,) he .aid. dream about diesel engines.'
' L41ft belQng in 'Bologse.. There 'The smile faded from his face.
qu. are among your ow, kind Enough of that nonsense, Tom-
.:"Opf. people.' my the said. 4I didn't come here
r".'i- was, a wonderful morning, to Usliten to foolishness. I came
iFhe. air wls., balmy. the birds. to find out why yyou were so
ere's' singing sweet melodies:' cblrspicious by your absence from
., All "around flowers, were blO t' he Qtleen's birthday party: why
'.ing, drinking the morning sun. T&mm'y; why?"
'I wanted enjoy it and get ej will tell you,. Father, eI ans-
I.t'iher {mitlh's visit ovde with. were. 'lt was because of the
.So, I said, eDid you want. to- engines I decided. They are so
s. ee. me about something, Father? symbolic.'
tl I know you are a busy man and 1tDecided what, for heaven's
-1I.. don't want to take too nuch sake?, he asked, scowling.
of' your time.* To become: a Dominican
i '-He stared at me an instant be- Friar, Father, Once I was a De-
.'. fore replying. 4I came, Tmnmy, terminist, but later I fell under
;" 'to see if everything is all right '.e influence of Siddhartha tau-
with you. Your friends are wqr- tama, the illumined one, the
kI'.ed They never see you these Compassionate Buddha. and
da# '.ys. 'For the first time in forty ought truth, love, serenity and
..years you failed, to show upo at gentleness, through liberation
t'li.'he Queen's birthday party at from selfish craving, in order to
...the Embassy. Were you ill?:, attain Nirvana..,
",',No Father,t I said with a As I. stopped to catch my
S us.:pe. .i was not ill. It was Amy breath Father Smith leaned to-
.,dreams.' wards me and.asked in a harsh
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roice,. .Are you crazy?z'
*iNo, Father,. I answered gent-
y. &I strove to become a bodhi-
sattva, but proved unworthy
and Marva. the Evil One, fetter-
'd me to the wheel of worldly
existence until Yama calls.
So now I have decided to join'
he Dominican Order, in order
ta progress.)
'cYou' have already progressed
too far,:' hd snapped. dInto so--
nile dementia."
(I was hurt by his words, but
nlot abashed. Father Smith is my
friend, but he does not unders-
tand me. Few can understand a
mind as obstruse and complex
as mine.)
cI'm tired of listening to all
this rubbish., he went on. cWhat
I want to hear is the reason,' for
your failure to attend -the
QUeen's birthday party.:'
I saw he was becoming angry. So
I said, cI will .give you a reason.
,Father, if you insist. My broth-
er 'called me from Nqw York on
the :International Telephone. 'te


day before the party at three
o'clock in the )morning. The'qpe-
rator had told me who was call-
ing, so when the connection was
made I said, cHello,, Hunter.
What do you want?
c-Nothipn,' Tommy,. he re-
plied. So I asked him why he
had called, getting me out of
bed in the middle of the night.
cBecause the night rates ate
cheaperr, he said, and he then
broke the connection.
If. 1 were not dauntless the ex-
pression on Father, Smith's face
and growl in his voice would
have intimidated me. eImbeci-
les, he almost spat the word.
eYou and your brother!"
I rose from my chair and wal-
ked towards him. ePlease, Fa-
ther," I said. eDon't be angry
with me. I was only trying to
explain something. My 'brother
gave me a reason for his night
call- cheaper rates but left
me worried as to his motive."
.Father Smit, tensed in his
chair and for an. instant I
thought he was going to spring
at me.
Then, suddenly, he relaxed,
laughed and stood up to place
his hands on my shoulders.
Forgive me, Tommy, you poor
devil,* he said. eFor a moment
I was angry with you. I should
'nbw better. You need care and
medical attention. I wish I
oould help you.: i
Now that he was in a; 'good
-humor I saw my change and
showed him the manuscript of.
the piece you read in last week's
SUN. tRead this, 'Father,' I said.
As he 'at cfdornm he read the
title 'out louD1, then said (cWell,
,'ell! It's about me.:
As he started to read I started
to enjoy the wonderful morning.
The air had become balmier.
The birds were now flSing around
in. a double V formation, singing
in harmony like the Dejean
Choir. Something from Schubert,
I think. Thie hlwers, now drunk
from the sunlight had.bloomed
to enormous proportions and
from them, shimmering and iri-
descent, rose clouds of opales-
cent fragrance.
*If this be senile dernentiaz,
I thought, give me more of it.
From a million miles away in
space came' the ghostly voice of
Father Smith. &Why the title,
Tommy? It's all about you and
Morisseau-Lc-royz. I paid no at-
tention.


Several years later he barked
sharply, Did you hear me Tom-
my?:
I came ba-k to reality with a
crash, eYes, Father, I said
qJust after I wrote the title I
fell into a creative frenzy. In
these frenzies I don't know what
I am writing. When I climb out
of them I am often very surpris-
ed at what I wrote.'o
el started out, Father,D I con-
tinued. eto write a scientific fic-


Lion story about you and the In-
fralapsasian.. You know, send
you back a few million years in
time and have you kill the
monsters with your bare hands
and save a beautiful ape girl
from a fate...,.
eJust a moment, Tommy*, Fa-
ther Smith interrupted cWhat do
you thing a Infralapsasian is ?.
One of those prehistoric .sanian
monsters, Father, you know
genus laura,. like those pearly
dactylos they used to have runn-
ing around before they all got
drowned in the flood because


they were too big to get, in. '
Noah's Arx when it started to
rain. '.
Father Smith opened his mouth
to say something but I beat him .
to it dactylos we have nowadays don't
even have -early finger nails. :.
They are aLl painted red.* Father
Smith smiled a smi-le that
grew and grew till he looked
like the Cheshire Cat.
,Tommy, you ignoramnus,'
he ordered, get your dictiona- i
ry'.


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REAR THE FIVE PIECE.


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Jit you realty
S want to bee
S,, ome acquain-
t ted with Hai-
ti there are
}many intere-
-ysting trips
1 which afford
... "" a close-up of
Haitian life
which you cannot gain if you
confine your sight-seeing to the
city.
. Mtt of these trips can be
made in conventional automo-
biles, others require the more
versatile jeep to navigate the
rotgh spots and river crossings.
All of them can be made in sa-
fety.


There is a Hertz-Drive-it
Yourself Agency in town where
you can rent a car or a jeep at
reasonable rate; or you can
rent ears, with or without
chauffers, elsewhere. The Hai-
tian Air Force provides safe
and efficient air transport to
most important points in Haiti
at very reasonable rates. Ask
your hotel manager or your
'travel agent for details.
Each of these trips has its
special attraction. From the
longer trips 'you will return
with a grand thirst, a hearty
appetite, a delicious fatigue,
quickly banished by a hot bath


TRA VEt SUESirIONS


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

BOUTILLIERS MOUNTAIN
AND LE PERCHOIR
(Ler Pershawh) The Perch)
The most spectacular view in
Haiti: 2,000 square miles of
Haiti spread out before you -
a miracle of color, form, sun-
light and shadow! Port-au-Prin-
ce lies at your feet (3.000 feet
below) like a giant map. To get
to this breath-taking, urbelie-
eable and unforgettable view
)u ride 10 miles from Port-au-
Prince, through the pretty little


town of Petionville, then up a
winding mountain road, borde-
red by -flaming giant pointsetta
plants. You pass the tratched


roof habitations of peasants and
arrive in rural Haiti, where life
goes on as it has for centuries
as if the city below did not
exist. LE PERCHOIR, modern
oasis on the mountain, offers
the facilities of its restaurant
end night club, its Terrace Bar,
and its branch of La Belle Cre-
ole Gift Shop to make the trip
even more enjoyable and profi-
table. After sundown light
wraps advisable, and gentlemen
are asked to wear coats in the
restaurant efter 7 p. m. Allow
two hours for this trip plus
time to eat.

CAP-HAITIEN
AND LA CITADELJE
This trip is an experience in
history and geography. It is an
adventure and a pilgrimage
which you must not miss.


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


hour of this trip will be full of
unforgettable impressions..
If you -:e pr,.ssed for time,
you can fly to the Cape in 45
minutes, and can make the en-
tire pilgrimage in a single day.%.








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







Haitian provincial sea-coast
towns waiting for better days
to come., Jacmedl has a flavor
of its own. To get there you
can take the easy way by air,
or the adventurous way by
road, about 60 miles, practical-
ly every mile of which has a
river crossing. Near Jacmel is


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one of Haiti's most beautif
beaches, Raymond les Ba"i
Two hotels there, clean e"
comfortable. Plan to stay OVA
night at least.
FORET DES PINS
(Pine Forest)
In south-east Haiti, a drive.
sone 60 miles from Port-a.
Prince is a beautiful pine fore
at an elevation of about 7,0]
feet. To arrive at this 150,0
acre forest, one drives throul
the rich sugar cane land.:
the Oul de Sac plain, ti
through and arid region of a
tus to the edge of Lake Bta]
Summatre, famous salt lake, I
'ested with crocodiles, lyingi
the frontier of the DomCinic
Republic. There the climb coi
mences to the cool Pine Foes'
This trip will take al .di
returning to your hotel'.:
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through a number of mall H'
t'ian towns and villages, It
fords a variety of impress
of Haitian life and 'geograpti
Take a wrap for your vial
its cool up there. ,


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Haiti) we wish to extend to you our heartiest welcome.
We, as well as everyone in Haiti, want you to have a very i
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profitable.
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SUGGESTIONS FOR THIS WEEK IN PORT-AU-PRINCE


NATIONAL PALACE






Champ de Mars
Open dally except Sunday from 8-2
Raising Lowering of Flag, 8 a. m.-5 p. m.

NATIONAL MUSEUM








Champ de-Mars.
Open daily except.Sundays

PALAIS DES BEAUX ARTS







Aux Palmlstes, Exposition Grounds
Open dallyfrom S
Art Exhibitions

MUSEE DU PEOPLE HAMEN






Aux Palmlstes, Exposition Grounds
Open daly from 9 5
For further Information
see your Travel Agent

FOYER DES ARTS PLASTIQUES







&ux Paiilastes, Exposition Grounds
Open daily from 9 -5
Permanent Art Exhibitions


ART CENTER

Rue de la
VAR Rvolutiflon


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Phone: 2055


Open dally except Sunday from I -
Current Art Shows


IRON MARKET


o> i s


Grand'Rue
Open dally from 6- 4
Special Market days on Saturdays


METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL

ABASILIQUE
de Notre-Dame
(Catholic)




Pelion Plaza
Open daily from 4 -6

COLONIAL CATHEDRAL
6


Oldest Church
in Port au Prince
For visit hours see
Your' Travel Agent


ESPISCOPAL CATHEDRAL


Rue Pav6ee (Near.PAA Offices)
Open daily
Famous for Its beautiful Haltan MmI d


THEATRE DE VERDURE


Anx Palmistes, Exposition Grounds
Open Tuesdays and Thursdays
Evening for folklore shewm

STADIUM PAUL E. MAGLOIRE






Rue Durand
Boxing and Track Field events.
Football (Soccer) Matches
Thrice a Week at night
For further Information Phone: E31

COCK-FIGHT ARENA

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Aux Palmlstes, Exposition Grounds
Eight Saturdays afternoons
and Sundays morning


UNDERSEA GARDENS


Iroquois


Porl-au-Prince Bay
Glass bottom boat leaves
Daily Casino Pier 9:30 a.m


La Belle Creole





A imiJ Rue Roux

The Caribbean's Most
Unique Shopping Center
Open dally from 8.- 5 Phone: 3171

MUSICAL FOUNTAIN






Cite de l'Expositlon, Exposition Grounds
Classical' Concerts
a'J Wednesday and Sunday nights
from 7 10 p. m.

PLACE DES HEROS






Champ de Mars
Open Auditorium
Sunday Concerts from 7-9 p.m.
For further Information
see your Travel Agent

PETION DESSAIZES



Rue
Mrr Guftloux


Open dally except Sunday



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Buffet Creole Music
Sepclalltles and
Barbecue Dancing

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Citi de l'Exposition
Air-conditioned Bar-dancing
Open from sunset to sunrislng


Le Perchoir




MH BoutiUlers
S World-renowned
Mountain-lop Restaurant,
Dancing and Gift Shop
Phone: 2105

CASINO INTERNATIONAL






Clit de I'Exposition
'Gambling and Dancing
Open every night
Floorshow on Wednesdays Phone: 3076

CABANE CHOUCOUNE


ChouAoune
H^ hueoune


Pdtlonville ,
Famous Nightclub
Open on Saturday Nights Phoneo:


1N8


HOTEL RIVIERA


HOTEL


Phone. 3151
Martlssani
Air-conditioned Bar Dancing
Excellent orchestra, folklore flodrahows

EL RANCHO HOTEL






Fitionville
Dinner dances on -Mondays, Thursdays
and Fridays
Phoem: 7m888

HOTEL IBO LELE

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Petonv/Ile
Dinner dances on
Tuesday and FrIdays Phone, 7886
SHANGO ROOM
THORLANJID CLUB


Carrefour Road
Swim cocktails
Tennis


Phone: 2485


NAL. BANK OF THE REPUBIX.I






Geffrard Square
Open daily except .
Saturday and Sundays from 9 I -
Phone: 2263

ROYAL BANK OF:CANA





Geffrard Square ..
Open dally except .:
Saturday and Sundays .:.
from 9 Phone: 2263


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CATHOLIC SBBVICEO
Cathedral: 4, 6, 7:30 and 8:30 a.m. ;
Sacre-Cmur: 5:30, 7. 8:30 a.m. :
SL Anne: 4,7 and 8 am.
St. Gdrard: 4, 5:30 and 8:30 a.m.
St. Louis de France: 8 and 0 a.m.
Sixtine Chapel (Clte de l'Exposttlouj
10 a.m.
SL Pierre (Pdtionvlle): 4, 6, 8
and 9:30 a.m.
Ste. Thdrbse (PItiouville): 6 a.m.
EPISCOPAL
Cathedral: French 6 and English 7 am.
French 8 a.m.
Baptist Church: 9 and 10 am.
Presbyterlan: 9 and 10' am
METHODIST
ST. PAUL A.M E.
,4-6 a:.m.-9-11 a. m.
'11:30 12:30 English
7-9 pim. Evening
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Rue de la Revolutton:
7:00 EngUsh-9:00 French
6:30 Evangellstic service In creoj
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Cit de I'Exposltion
Phone: 2618
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' Haytian Voodoo Inspired
yJiewelry
dayun Mahoganyware
|andpated Tissum
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WEeads,
ibmytian Turtle-shell Jewelry
,$Jewelry from all over the
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IExquiitely Beautiful
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VHand-embroidered Blouses,
ISkirts, etc.
k:land-painted, Skirts,
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|Haytian'Ceramics
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L ."Unusual among Gift Shops of
`,the world, is the branch of LA
.BELLE CREOLE located on
.t'he terrace of the LE PER-'
I:CHOIR, the famous restaurant
ton top of BOUTIMLIERS
%MOUNTAIN, overlooking Port
.m'u Prince.
Through the wide windows
ef Le Perdhoir Gift Shop the
t-'opper's eyes are drawn from
:the attractive show cases, to the
.breath-taking beauty or nearly
two thousand square miles bf
Hispardola's plains, mountains
i and n, lying 3.300 feet below.
Speious, and always cool
Le Pprchoir Gift Shop offers
the same high quality French
perfumes. Haitian jewelry, dan-
dicraft, books, paintings and
hundreds of other gift items,
-assembled from the far corners
'of the earth, as in the mother
tore. Tin Belle Creole, in town.


In Port4au-Prince
everybody meets at
(The Fountain in
La Belle Creole for
fruitt and Fruit Juices
Iggs and Omelettes
' n.ffles and Hot Cakes
Soft Drinks, Beer
"risp and Cold Salads
Chef's Special
sandwiches
Ice Creams, Sundaes
Cigars and Cigarettes




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Spearfishing Equipment
.dihing Trunks
"t,, Polos for Men
Dunhill pipes
Borsalino Hatse
Rolls Razors


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


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


By Mary Johnson


Gaiety is keynote of night
life in Port-au-Prince the
gay sophistication of a New
World Paris underlined by the
hypnotic beat of African tam-
bours.
!
And in keeping with its
French tradition the accent is
on good food in a romantic at-
mosphere. Few places in the
world can offer a more enticing
blend of these two elements
than Le Perchoir, Haiti's smart-
est restaurant that hovers 3,000


feet above Port-au-Prince and
its emerald bay. Guests during
tea and cocktail hour have a
Front row seat at one of the most
bewitching settings -ever pro-
vided for a tropical sunset.
Then the 'lights go on and the
curving bayshore is outlined in
a necklace of shimmering
pearls. On .the breezeswept
terrace, guests can watch cars
stop at the Dominican border
20 miles away.

Whether it's a thick state-
side steak or an ethereal Rum
Souffl6, Le Perchoir food is
superbly prepared and elegant-
ly served. Felix Guignard and
his orchestra provides music for
dancing.
The International Casino, a
swank establishment run by a
staff imported from Monte-
Carlo, is one of the major
points of interest during the
summer and winter'tourist sea
sons. There one can dine on
excellent Italian food end later
visit the gaming tables which
are meticulously run under the
supervision of the Haitian Go-
vernment. On., the bay side,
an orchestra beats out rhum-
bas, mambos and romantic Hai-
tian meringues for dancing un-
der the twinkling stars.

Near the Casino in the bree-
zeswept Exposition Grounds
is the Open Air Theatre de
Verdure where visitors can
attend the bi-weekly shows pul
on by the talented National
Folklore Troupe.

Around the curve of the bay
is the newly remodeled Hotel
Riviera with its huge air-con-
ditioned Bm'boche Room and
circular bar. The bar's revol-
ving center serves as the stage
.Alienel Desgrottes tri-lin-
"al crooning and a nightly
Inn show The white-faced Ban-
1a dancer is Minsky's in rever-
.s, a comedian par excellence.


Other leading hotels have
special dinner dansants once or
twice a week. Visitors should
not miss an opportunity to hear
Haiti's internationally known
male Dejean Choir which per-
forms at Hotel Ibo Lele on Fri-
day evenings during the Sea-
son. The El Rancho features Ti
Ro Ro, Haiti's number one dru-
mmer, and members of the Na-
tional Folklore Troupe on
Friday evening and other spe-
cial dance nights which vary
according to the season. Hotel
Dambala has a Saturday night
chicken barbeque beside its illu-
minated pool, with and orches-
tra providing music for outdoor
dancing on its marble patio. The
Villa Creole's Big Night is
Thursday evening with a Hai-
tian Buffet served beside its
pool 'in a gala tropical garden
'decor and, of course, dancing.
The roof garden at Hotel Chou-
coune is open for dinner dan-
.cing Monday and Wednesday
nights during the season.

On Saturday evening Petipn-
ville's thatched-rqofed night.
club, Cabane Choucoune, is the
mecca of the Capital Elite and
visitors. Alternating orchestras
throb with the rhythm of the
Haitian Meringue, a dance so
simple that visitors need spend
no time on the side lines just
looking on. Though this has
long been the society gathering
spot of the Haitian Capital,
rum and sodas are still served
for .20 a glass. There is an en-
trance fee which varies depen-
ding 'upon the entertainment
for the evening. The Cabane
Choucoune often features lea-
'ding foreign entertainers.

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


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


rican favorites, such as Alexan-
der's Ragtime Band.
For dinner minus dancing,
there is Petionville's Le .Picar-
di a French-run Pension fea-
turing Esoargot, pepper steak
and the sort of food rarely seen
or tasted off the Midi. In Port-
au-iPriince, Auix Cosaques is
known for its tasty flaming
lobster and other typidacly Hai-'
tian dishes. The Savoy, just
off the Champs de Mars, offers
either Haitian or American
foods and if you are really ho-
mesick, for southern fried chic-
ken that is just where you'll
find it a block h-from the Na-
tional Palace (Chanticleer,)
tucked away in Bois Verna, is
the latest addition to the swart
eating houses in Port-au-Prince
Open all night.

It's a LA BELLE CREOLE
AND HAITI SUN
Publicity Creation
Cliches made by Ed. PELOUX
Printed by Imprimerie de 1'Elat
Copyright and rights reserved
Designed Alfredo Garcia-Gata-
by mendi and Rosario
Franco de la Rosa


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r SUIJNDAY, JULY 8th 1956
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Banquet; Oiler A Great Tmnptation For Newspapermen
(The folLiwing appeared in the -Chicago Sun- a number of years
-back and quite frankly shows the temptation, which he may never
yield to, that faces a newspaperman when he must write up an espe-
cially boring banquet most of the readers have faced the same situa
ttion time and time again at a formal banquet they had the profound
'misfortune to attend.)
cFour hundred members of the Do-&othing Club, who had quarreled
with their wives last -night and didn't want to stay home, were guests
at a banquet in honor of the club's retiring president, George Spelvin,
.-who is probably the emptiest windbag in the Northwest Territory.
.. Great quantities of inferior liquor were served before the dinner
(to deade- the taste of the unpalatable food) and each guest was so
spifflicatae 4y speech-making time that the talks were even more sub-
normal than their usual paleolithic level.
The toastmaster, Bert Bloward, was an insufferable bore, with a
burleycue sense of humor and an irritating habit of roaring loudly
at his own. half-witticisms which periodically woke up at least 200
of the post-prandial snoozer.
.Principal speaker of the evening was Judge Joseph -Vestpocket'
Jones, who came out in favor of motherhood, the American flag and
*the inalienable right of every citizen to breathe. He rose to the heights
of eloquent incoherence at on'e point, when'he dramatically stated that
if the Redcoats ever dare to attack Concord again, we will seize our
muskets and repel them as valiantly as oui forefathers at Thermno-
pylae! Ti.s bold challenge was greeted with fervent applause by 116.
grubby wardheelers whom thp judge had packed into the balcony.
,After the speeches, an interminable song' recital' was given'by Miss
Hortense Flab, a 300-pound off pitch basso who possesses the most rau-
cous set of pipes this side of Mars. Miss Flab almost strangled herself
to death while singing the "Valkyrie Song" with gestures. Four Val-
kyries later shot themselves in protest. '"
SThe banquet ended at 6 a.m. when the bartenders were forced'to
call for a rush-order of wheel barrows to cart off the remaining guests.
It was subSequently discovered the .Spelvin had absconded with the
proceeds of the affair, and police have been instructed to sehd .sear-
ching parties after him and three other club officers who were found
to have embezzled charity funds. The club's next meeting has been in-
definitely canceled., -
(A truJy imaginary, situation with several hilarious possibilities.)


For this young woman who
kept away from the beaten path
ir. her choice :-of a vocation; a
brilliant future is looming up
before- her.


FOR RENT


Hotel And Hospital
Get Services Of /
Young Dietitian
Miss Gladys Dominique re-
turned from studies in Canada
and the U.S. last Monday with a
diploma in Dietetics, a virgin
field almost unexplored as a pro-
fession by young Haitian women.
Miss Dominique a graduate of
the Institution du Sacre-Coeur,
class of '53, pushed further on
to the University of Montreal
where she followed 'Nutrition
and Pharmacy courses for a year.
In her spare time she worked
perfecting her English in order
to enter N'azareth College in the
U.S., the 'Following year.
Gladys had hardly touched
the familiar shores of her, own
country before she was offered
a contract by the Manager of
one of our largest hotels. This
will be a new acquisition for our
touristic industry, as visitors at-
tach great importance to their
meals and require Well-balanced
menus to assure good health.
Besides the past at the hotel, -
Miss Dominique will be in char-
ge of the patients' diets atf the
Canape Vert Hospital-which is
expected to open in August and
which will .he the first o'f our
hospitals to use the services of
a dietitian.


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RESPONSE A PIERRE MAYARD
M' li ac plaisi.lettre ou ecri m' ]an journal %Le Nationalb.
M' oui que lan Paris, pays bon iieu cote ouap vive, on pas
blid d'Haiti-Thomas.
C6 pas jodi a seulement oun conspiration silence, oun con-
timblau niaiserie ac trahison ap faite alentour oun personna-
lit qui pitot chbtif.
(Ca amuse m' en pile t6nesse qui empech4 zott ecrit nom' m
parce que gain longtemps litt6rature france pas int6resse m'.
Pobmes d'Haiti et de France, chaque fois m' joinde youne,
m' dechird I'. Cotd bat bless bourrique, ce doue oun attitude
que m' prend oun fois pou toute:
M'emnnique gad6 oun n'homme, negre, blanc ou bien mulfttre
pou oun baton qui6 chien passer len fente jambe li.
Encore oun fois, merci en pile. Icite, ce boul6 n'ap boul6,
n'ap fait ouverture partout lan langue creole. Morisseau-Le-
roy band, Jacques Alexis, Jean Brierre march & la reseous-
se. Seul regret -m', ce Roussan Camille qui rinca, li pas vA6
voy6 corps I' Ian d'leau.
M'connin que nostalgic abatte ou d6 fois. Min sou Boul'
Miche ou dou6 poinde 6tudiants la Guadeloupe qui parld cr6-
ole com moune au Cap. (a ta amusant si ou te vie r6er oun
movement A Paris minmec, lancer peut-6tre oun revue ac' Pai-
de gouvernement haitien qui ta gumin toute interet pou sou-
teni ou.
Lan Economic Politique gain qa yo rdl6 loi substitution. Lor
moune capable d6daign6 oun action, bien ou mal, foe travail
la faite quand meme. Christian Beaulieu mouri, ceuvre 1i pas
doud disparate.
En some, c6 ou qui chef. Genre oun mangnin ereole, guio-
le toute moune could sauce. Gain oun movement action corn-
inimnautaire qui chaud s6rieux Ian arrondissements Granid'An-
se&,ac Tiburon. Si messieurs Port-au-Prince pas decherpilld
enthousiasme habitants (Naturellement, yo son fil la) lan oun
simple ti recensement cote citoyens morne, sans computer la,
ville, m' rdponde que trois mille, paysans va payer cash 6un
exemplaire Poemes Creoles par Oswald Durand.
JEcri franed en Haiti, eS oun jounte, oun luxe, oun mardl-
grature, Oun n'homme pas cab vive ac medtier ecriain lor
gros tirage oun quotidien ed trois mille exemplaires. Uliysse
Pierre-Louis perdu temps 1' lan fignole de contes qul amuse
en passant. Min s'il te ecrit histoire Bouqui ac Malice en cr6-
ole, talent que I1' gaspulel en frane6 ta fai 1' rerer oun chef
d'cuvre con Bai Gagno ou le Livre de Goha le Simple:
M'croue qui ce traductions qu'a mett6 n' Ian couvant litt-
rature international.
Pierre Mayard, lors oun n'homme corn on existeS, toute ba-
gaille poco perdu.


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2 NEW ZEALANDERS... GEORGE LONANT GETS DIPLOA CIVIL
(CLotinupd from page 6) 311 DAYS AT SEA ENGINEERING AT MIT -.
After 31 days out of sight of Mr. and 'lMrs. Georges (Golo) Georges, fils, proud of his suc-
to T1Iuritius the most im- land and averaging good daily Lafontant returned last Monday cess there declared that during
portent island in the group where runs, the -Marco Polo' dropped aboard the SS. cAnconx f9om his hours of discouragement
the voyageurs were made welcome hook in thl snobbish Barbados attending Conmnencemeinet Exer- when the courses were -ttough,'
as guests :f a prosperous French yacht club and received a cool cises of the MIT University at Dr. Shrbc, stood by to advise
sugar oa-nd tea planter. welcome. where their son Georges, Junior
aug as & Reuion Refreshed itn p raiti graduated with a degree in Civil -
Muri.us & Reunion Refreshed In Haiti Engineering.


Til.L -t idJsIAA vyLOta in L
group before heading for the Afri-
can continent was Reunion. The
island scenery with its high pla-
eau' and Piedmont Dumage peak,
green valleys and little villages
dominated 'by small white peaked
chtiehes, they endorsed as wond-
erful..
Durbar-. Afriea
SThte Marco Polo, was made wel-
come to the continent qf Africa in
the Durban yaclt harbor which is
located in the center of this mod-
ern city. Hert the youthful sailors
overhauled their boat and stretched
their legs ashore,' hitch-hiking up
Trausvall to Johannesburg, Preto-
ria and Kuger Park. As they round-
ed Africa they scented the Afric-
an problem and' ound the Boers
were very hospitable 4 one re-
frained from. discussing the Afric-
an question. The boys travelled in
cars with members of the privileg-
ed class -who think nothing of tra-
velling 400 miles to the, coast to
spend a weekend fishing or sight-
seeing, shooting- and climbing in-
land.
The New Zealanders were riled
* by their first glimpse of African
wild life in Kuger Park, It was a
bunmvqMabbit, a four-legged beast
that took over the running of their
homeland half a. century ago.


"st l etea i
L.. .ivL hospitable, Africa with
Sits problem the 'Marco Polo, sail-
ed Ltot.. Helena the island hiI
witn, ed .the end of ,19th century
: Europe's problem child. Today, St.
SHe'ena, is visited by tourist ships'
which allow their passengers to
Sromp ashore and see where Napo-
leon ended his days. The grave in-
to which Bney was placed& after
death carries no inscription. The
i British. and the French had con-
flicting choice of epithaph and it
W; ws finally left without any. The
Tdor..t .Heleniang have little will
1o wo rk beyond obtaining their im
Smediate' 'eeds, inbreeding occurs
and periodicallyy a British naval
ship passes and-the crew are al-,
S16wid shore-leave. to help reme-
. dy matters.
'*scmsna
Their next port of call in mid-
Atlantic was Aseensivn Island. To-
day ti, mass of lava, the result
of some volcanic explosion, is in
news au a guides Missele turn-
1 ing poirt. This was also thle turn/
lIg point for the -Marco Polo..
Brian and Tony decided against
going to England, instead bade
farewell to the lonely cable and
Swireless station and headed up ac-
ross the wide Atlantic to the West
Indies.

INNOCENT SITTER
5 ETS, BULLET
IN THE ARM

L uc Antoine was struck by a
b ullet, Sunday night, as he sat
aiufly in his home in Bel-Air.
.The victim was rushed to the hos-
Pital where the bullet extracted
'" from his right ann. The accident
was caused when three gurd'.,
Satt6inpted to arrest Bigat Baudir
,< dping an argument raised by the
J ater ding celebrations of' the
feast of Our Lady of Perpetuel
j*,Seeours hced at the home of A-
r.lien Beieg'.rde. Baudin tried to
Scpe by running away and one
Sof... .e policemen fired at him
,' Antoit, an. employee. of the
t Uet of the Presidency. got
b UlIet intended for the fugi-
5 ttk' t was able take up his
Kf .esPeby the end of the week.
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island popping fromn ritnsi ant
French Islands to Haiti the aworld-
ly Tourists, stopped long enough
to catch their breath and a shot
of fine Barbancourt rum before
proceeding up to the great Amer-&
ican continent. Willy Rocourt, Ca-
sino Dock-Master refused the dol-
lar a day, pier charge, saying awe
want to 'encourage boys making
world tours to include Haiti.'
A fellow yachtsman who watched
the boys make sail monday said:
aThe amazing fact about these
young chaps is not only the fact
that they are travelling around
the world on a 28-foot yacht but
that one of the boys built the craft
they are sailing'. After all he ad-
ded: %ships are about the' most
wonderful things man has ever


made !v .


Young Georges, is the first
Haitian to obtain a diploma from
this school which is classed
among the world's finest techni-
cal training institutions. Two
world-famous geologists are on
the aefulty Dr.R. R. Schroch,
and Dr."W Whltehead.,BothWere
in Haiti during the war on their
mission of universal research.
Dr. Schroch who is Chairman
of the Geology Division in a con-
versation with Mr. Lafontant,
stated that he would like to see
other Haitians enter MIT for
technical training, and that stu-
dents will be welcomed at the
'University where the 'noted Geo-
'logist is ready to assist them in
every possible way and advise


.them concerning their problems.


Haiti's first MIT gradudke.


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TA" CASINO ORcBHET'RA ON IT
lie casino International dHai- ture will be f.
.av.ig decided to send its of April or M
Lichestra- in Italy fir a tour
Cei'.,a ths in the hotels" The Casino
1 establishment of the Sister young women
t 'n.9 pany, is. organCitzing a as well as of
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ia. ladies not exceeding 28
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ld -fb h 'Winidr, the written:
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5) .a. ,trip with all expenses
rid, including passage andkirst
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v ntoaseasaCao, as salary.
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ALIAN TOUR BALANCE-SHEET ON ACTIVITIES
Lxed for the months
Iay 1957. 1) Opening of the air-condition- 3) Selection of the best Haitian
ed eNight Clubs, with interior Orchestras.
hopes that the dancing pisteo making it possi- 4) The Casino is fostering an
of ,Port-au-Prince ble for our clients to be comfor- extensive publicity, program
the Provinces who table at any season of the year. abroad to contribute towards di-
i a beautiful voice, reacting the touristic current in
hie..pleasure of an- 2) Presentation of regular dei- 'the direction of Haiti, in general,
il, for .the purpose ly spectacles featuring Haitian and towards the Hotel Beau Ri-
itianEblldre bet- and foreign artists at a cost of vage, in particular, which be-
O : -from $4,000 to $6,000 per months longs to the same Company.
,. *. .- Tihe publicity and propaganda
-. is being handled through the in-
termediary of the American
V firm, William P. Wolfe Organi-
*TlZ ',M Ization, and each month advertis-
BAZ ing is inserted in the following
C W publications:
0SCOTC(H WHISKY A ASTA Travel News "Hotel
I- idex
r/eW ,f e ?v Travel Courrier Cue
Hotel Gazette Hotel Tariff
Washington Post -Times
Miami Herald Miami Sun,
etc.'
K The 'The advertising costs for ihe
Celebration ,above is approximately $1,000.00
A Scotch per month.
5) Hotel Beau .Riv.age has also
t participated in a publicity pro-
B gram on television in New York
L by offering free hotel service in
|'8l Haiti as a prize to the' couple
winning the contest organized by
....- the--Television Stationt
ISAUIHK .. 6). Actual.y; the44asino is hay-
"l'liN I-dhWMDIT l.7ng its ,Ni.ghtclubf.pnokated and
60 >u .... W -1 &mar' W M enlarged 'and inst$ing a special'
,- -- --'oair-conditioning ,pparatus which
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Dear Mary, ...
I have a great chagri.sp. I am
a young girl, and ac cording to '
most young naen I'fi easy.on t-he.
-eyes. Like all girls in mycautsk i
my ambition is to: get
and have a-sfamllle ideas i
already have severI brp! '
mind for my future nWi"a '
plans. They all nearly. M "i
requirements. Anq I U.4b* -
girls should look at marAiae
shiess like. But if ny heat bei
comes interested in another-with
the requirements I will 'be more
pleased. The cechagrin: i my
head is I have been told that
. there ig more divorce ing atf .'
than any other country din the
world, making statistics from l
those who get married.
I want to know if this is true, :
b-cause if it Is, it would alter
my plans. '
I refuse to give my youth to .
be worn out by a man who is gb-
ing to leave rwe with the children
later on. .:
(S): J'ai Peur. :
Dear J'ai Pe t',
Frankly, I think you calculate';
too much. Worry not about fto.
affairs of others, but arra
your own life and let it beru ..:
example to Haiti and the world d
Be brave and wincere. WOWr,'
about your own figure and ntt:'
about the numbers of statism. :-
(S): Mary Doogoode.
Dear~. ,'i!er


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will continue to offer ;-,c-.-l and '
variety shows. :,
7) The Casino is at pre-..'nt tor-
ming a Haitian folkloric troupe.
in order to constantly ofier spec-'f
tacles of this kind to the tourist. \
who greatly appreciate this type '
of show.
8) An interesting initiative has
been decided upon by the Board,.,
of Directors of the Company with
regard to sending the Casino Or- ,
chestra to Italy for a sojourn, of
several months in the various.
hotels and establishments of the
organization for the purpose of *
making Haitian art stiLl more
popular abroad and to recompen-
se the efforts of these -L"iBts.
To this end, the Casino plans
to organize, shortly for the
choice of a young HaJti-n '-inger
who will accompany the arches
tra on its tour.




[. SUNDAY. JULY 8th 1956


S CONSERVATORY CLOSES SEASON
W WITH PARIS CONSERVATORY

PRIZE WINNER
V .lusic lovers packed the audito- first prize from the Coiise
Sriumn of the National Music Con- 1y of Pati., he won the
Sservatory Yesterday morning for prize in the International
.. the concrit given by Bernard I test of Prague in 1948. In 1!
:'yFlavigny, rnoted French pianist. took the grand prixp of it0
SThe rich program included works vel Contest in Luxemboun
Sifrom Brahms. Chopin, Claude After studying under ma
:iDebussy, and four of the artist's Galanti Kastler and Ma
own compositions. Magda Tagliaferro in the
Mr. Flavigny, now 30,' is a servatory of Paris, and
Sthree-time winner of first prizes with Alfred Contot, the
,.. in musical contests. Besides the pianist made his debut wit


HAITI SUN


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first
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51 he
he Ra-
rg.
dame
Sadame
Con-
later
gifted
th his


first concert in the Paris Theatre
des Champs Elysees.
-Mr. Flavigny lias played as so-
loist in the major French Sym-
phony Orchestras, and the lead-
ing concert .halls of Europe,
South America and -Japan.
On Friday evening he opened
his concert with Handel's cVa-
riation and figure sur un Thi-
me. The' pianists rendition of
oEstampes, ePagodes, Soiree
dans Grenade,v and eJardin Sous
la Pluie: four of his own com-
positions brought the audience
to its feet in a prolonged ovation
at the close of the concert.

PARAMOUNT
Today 3:00 P.M. La Terreur des
Espions
5-7-9:00 P M. La--Vueve Noire
Monday 5:00 P.M. L'Affaire Ci-
ceron
Tuesday 61-:15 P.M La Veuve


Noire
Wednesd.
tour de B

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The Robert Strassburgs Haitian culture enthusiasts, who spent three Noire
:days here flew back to New York via Miami on Tuesday. Mr. Strawss-
. burg, 'a 'talented pianist who studied under Igor Stravinsky and Kalter Fiday 6
. Piston, is-be Condactor of the -Corc.l Gables Symphoniata, which is .Noire
ypatrosized-bj the Florida Chamber of Music Association. A noted corn- Saturday
S.poser, his music is well-known in documentary movies, outstanding of A la 'Cra
. which was the American Government's .Survival in the Pacific.. Strass Sunday :
brng compoitions ore favtored'over NBC, and featured by the. Miami Cravde
,' UIversity Symphony Orchestra, as well as in Carnegie-and Town Hall 5-7-9:00
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ISTOUA GNOU LOT JAKO -
Gingnin anpil moun ki konnin Fanmi St-Aude mnan Port-au-Prince.
Min gnou istoua ke gupu kanmarad rakontd-m ki riv6. msi St-Aude.
Msie St-Aude se chase Ii y6, li rinmin al la chms anpil,\UanpL tNaii l'.
chase, gnou jou li jouinn gnou bkIl ti jako,-li pran-l'tpIliIpot6-l lkkay
li. Depi lI-a Jako ap Atudit, jako, ap aprann viv tahk" tnounila I L
Jako tankou gnou ti moun lkol,-:a Lfos li aprann fi tout sa-Ui.i&Jd,
van-l. Jako riv6 di anpil parl. '
Min, Bon kay msi6 St-Aude pa tk rinmin Jako, pask6 Jako tap'iry6'
tout sa yo tap f6 pou li pale desa 16 msi StAude la. Pou'tht sa, B6n .
yo pa bay Jako manj6. Jako ap ddppri. 6 chl kok6i d6brouyi-1 koM t
z6i Ii komansb poust, Jako vol li rethunin nan bona, pou li sa joniuinn
manje pou li manj'.. .
Depi 16-a msi6l St-Aude ap chech che kokoit san keli ..pa jam jouin ,
li. Gnou apr6 midi, msi6 St-Aude al la chas, li tand brui gnou jAko,, .
minm l-a, msil pran fuzi-li, li brak6-1 anli 6 o moman k6 li m6t6
doubt li sou gachet fuzi-a pou li tire, li tand 6 Jako-a ki d"t P6 8t-Avdu,
pa tire.! Pi St-Aude, pa tir-.n! Msi6 St-Aude rinka, 6pi 1i brakE fzi :
anko; che k6k6t di ank6: P9 St Aude. sad oaidn chi k k6kt, pa t*r 'o.
Msi6 St-Aude gadt, li di sa kap sitM nonm-la-a,' 6pi U ou s6 Jako
pa li-a, &pi li di: Chi' k6k6t sa ouap fi la-a? ChU k6k6t riponn: KM-ap
via isi-a. ........................
Msie St Aude di: ChM k6k6t de ki sa ouap viv isi-a? che. k6k6t r-
ponn: mouin ouvri gnou ti ldkol pmi tout chi k6k6t e go bann mtju..'
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S..Big Chief Adner Riddle of
.s i, babk *from Commanding
fr'ottkalons' in ii" to Rico for a
:bridrriOt efort-checking 'in on
' Vjavana ''an Adoing'a 6poI of toil
-1 in1* v t -'Ab and -wife .Bisa-
*o beth *iUll make -their home' *in
*,<.Petoi4' 'Ville When- their* island
'' ..hoppig is Pomplet.,h
r., ':' ..ddy Hakime 'returned from
,'New York on the fourth.
'3' ".*'' '. X X X'
., : ".=. "-Arlnine Smith arrived' Fri-
.|.. da,#..n-fi*m 'nursi.ng school
Un. the U. S. to' sp e n d two
.m:.eeks. in Petion Ville before
'i&Fifilg her family in Jamaica.
M ri: Arland Smith and family
:will 'leave H-iti this week and
1 spend ,three months in Jamaica,
Wt*:,l en,retur to Washington for re-
':assignment. The Smith] family's
departuretue will be a definite loss
Vto the community.
: ..,- x X ,x
Te '.. T. .roi d'industrie 0. J.
5,-Urandt is flying to New York to-
-a-y. He will be accompanied by
r; .: n t:" v : .: *
: .. 'V, *, x x x .
Dr; Maurice Telemaque, is
back from Cuba. ,
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,.Mai~t George Leger Sr. and
M;acla,. dahe are off to summer in
LN]orh. :America today.
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Frank Martin flies to Miami
this week to rejoin his wife. :
x x x
Sonson Habib finally left for
NeW York. He flew off on Fri-
day's clipper.
xxx
Sitadai, Kanto and Vashileu
Dadlani are over from Kengston
to spend the summer holidays in
SPetion-Ville and the Maison
Orientale*. -
XXX
x x x
Maitre Georges Rigaud flew
to New York Thursday.
xXX-
Shoemaker Julius Thomas in-
ternrupted his New Jersey vaca-
tion to Sheck business here.
xxx
-.Mr.. Joseph Nadal returned
from New york business trip
last week-end.
XXX
David (Canape Vert) Talamas
is back on the town after survi-
ving a leg operation in New
York.
.XXX
In MLianmi on a .petit cinq
jours de vdcances, Lt. Alix NBs-
quet, Daniel MManebranche' and,
Pierre Etheart.
xXX X
Jean Estime returned from
South America July Irst.


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'PAA Cargo supervisor Numa,
Corvjngton left on the New York
clipper Friday to see the big city
and visit with cousins. Numa
was accompanied by his pretty
wife.
xxx
Evelina Seraphin returned from
New York Thursday.
XXX
Mr and Mrs Leon Harary are
flying to the States today.
X X X-,
Auto-tBus tycooh Irene An-
noual is New York bound today
with. Christianne AnnouaL
XXX
Georgette Marchand is off to
the Statek: this afternoon.
., X X X ',
The snazz9-cream-colored' thun
'derbird convertible is the pro-
peity of Jeani..:Claude Chancy
who returned recently from an
active mThnth in the States..
",' X' X. X, -.
-/Heading for Montreal today is
Jean Pjerre Wiener.
xx.,x
Fred and Bernard Etienne are
clippering to New York today.
Ti' (Pasha): Rindal Assad; is fly-
ing -to Kingston_ tomorrow with
.Mrs. Gerard (Odette) Wiener and
son 'Patrick .. '.
'X X X .'
jIda Maignan iW'off to New York
today-.. ," .
TI' 6,uxf of Cite. Magloire
fame are moving to 'Petion-Ville
tlis week .- Maisori Sepe at
Place; Boytr.
XX, X

'The Delivery Service of the
S8unt celebratel -a ne* delivery
by .the stork to the Bernier St.
Jean family, in the tiny -persqn
of eBeth(onyi,. survivor of the
twin 'sons born on June 2nd. Last


Sunday the infant
the BaptismAl Fo
St. Pierre of Peti'
gracious ,Marirai
Gerard Fils-Aimk
Maitre Louis Lain
xx :


SUNDAY, JULY 8th :1 9 51

Swas held at to attend the wedding o" Son Mi-
ot of Eglise chael, and plans to return Khome).i
on-Ville by his to the qcaill~e at .Gressie-r within
ineb Mrs. three weeks. :


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ilarre.
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Pierre Blain, dramatugist and
popular playwright chalked up
another <.prhintemps> on July 3rd.
Miss Alberte Staco and Fritz
Camille will make the trip to
the altar nn July 14th at the
Sacred Hearth Church at 5:30
P.M.
x x x
'Mrs. Nouche Degener flew to
New York Wednesday afternoon


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Andrd Moreau, a tailor on the
Rue Dr. Aubry, with a flair for
classical music, left his home
early Saturday evening and went
up to Petinn-Vile to enjoy the
-Fete St. Pierre. A football fan
returning from Saturday night's
matca. at 9:30, noted smoke
creeping out of the eaves of the
-taijorntIop. He immediately no-
tified the fire brigade. Brawny
firemen shouldered open the
front door of the concrete build-
ing -and quickly extinguished
the fire. They found the back
door was already open, along
with the cnsh box, and business
paper., were scattered on the
floor.
Where. Tailor Moreau returned
home, he s-timated damages at
$3,000.00. He had a high fidelity
set worth Si.600.00, and a $300.
Classical record library. The es-
tablishment was insured for
$7,000.00. -
'xxx
--' X X X
Sohooiteachtr Rende Moravia is
hearing for Fzace and Uix
months 'of- refresher courses
'Sunday. "
xxx"
...Mr.' and- Mrs. Robert Des-
' champs are eLApected home this
' -week-end. Roberb.underwent me-
' -dial treatment in '"Det-roit for
' his injured hack,..and then visi-
;.. t.d I' .aiga Falls, .New York 'and
'. Washingtpn With wife Josette.
*.. XXX
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The S. S.. Evangelihea docked
in p.t, Thur.sday, ,.d seemingly
h undreds- -.of Wun-lovifig,. tourists
Danced; ashore. .
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: ; Josdette Leonard, back' as 'house
gueist o Dir., Ruto and Micky Roy,
yftt.r 2 months study in the U.` S.
-observed her birthday, Thursday
'. evening, with a gala dinner party
,>at 'e Roy's Morne Hercule home.

"' X XX.

t'i.ique Corvington, daughter
ilW,ior and Mrs. Paul Corving-
to:: n observed her birthday anal-
'v. eary in style, Thursday even-
i. ng.'With sister Gladys acting as
: at .at hostess' and the Jazz Ca-
Ssern'e. providing the music, it was
'a Woadetfuf fete. :


.,' Nicol Villedrouln who recent-
y f.rc.twned from Skidmore Col-
; '1ege in the U. S., observed her
birthdayay last night with a get-
Stogether at her home on the
'' 'Champ-de-Mars. '
X x..'. Xxx
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SMrs. Sally Kahn returns today
from a month's trip to visit her
parents in Wiesbaden, Germany.
X. XX
Rev. Joseph Moore, of the E-
piscopal Church and wife Ruth
convaired to Nkw Orleans Sun-
day.
xxx
Gerari .and Generosi Martino
are back from Havana.
xxx
Agronomist Pierre Roumain,
of the Joseph Nadal enterprises
flew off to Mexico oi, business
Friday.
.' X XX
Kay and Helen Henning are,
back from Frisco and Central A-
merica vacation. They will return
to the plantation this week-end.
x x x
Mrs Drdou Sendral returned
home Friday from visiting her mo-
ther in New York.
X* xx
Fritz Boucard is back from
New York. -
xx k
Thie Jaycees are. as. busy as bugs
trying to elect a queen to represent
Haiti at the Jaycee Congres in Costa
Rica. Also representing Haiti will
be: Ch. Germain, Berthony Ma-
dhere, Roger Jean, Ernst Brea,
and'Pieire St. Come.
Xxxx
X XXX
Luis Aldrete, specialist of the
Berkeley Pumps Co of California
is in town at the' Riviera visiting
the distributors Sonaco.
SX XX,
'G.rard Bastien returned .from
the States last week.
'XXX
SBill Boichel, of thpe .KL9 Manage-
ment, inr Curacao spent two days
here this week at Hotel Villa Cre-
ole.
XXX
Jean-Robert Estim6 r'e t u r ned
Sunday from Maiquetia.
xxx
XXX
SMrs: Philippe Chatelain, wife of
the Haitian Consul in San Pedro
de Marcorls left'-f0r. he Donilnican
Republic last Sunday morning.
S XXX .
World Health Organization, offi-
cial. Georges R. Guarcin flew
north Sunday,
;- 'x xXx
Mrs. -Amelia Martinez (nee St.
Cyr) left,Satui'day for a month's
vacation and medical care in the
U.S. She was accompanied by sist-
er, May St. Cyr; -who. will 'assist
Mona. -.(New York resident) in
watching the special diet and pro-
S.gess of their sour aidee.
.x x x
Mr. and Mrs. Arland Smith, of
SCISP, was- honored at a, 6 to 8
P.M. reception at Rond Point, Fri-
day evening as a farewell party to
the distinguished and popular
couple who have been transferred
to neighboring Psle Jamaica. Mr.
Smith was Business -Manager of
the Chancerelles organization for
the past six years.
xxx


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Dancing instructor, Lavinia Wil-
liams. was feted on her birthday
anniversary on July 2nd at El Ran
cho Hotel by owner'Albert Silvera
and Manager Max Nargil. Hubby
Channon was present to complete
Lavinia's happiness.
xxx
Agriculture Depaftment's Jean
Lambert returned Wednesday from
six weeks in Washington studying
the workings of the administration
that makes the city of cherry blos-
soms 'tick.
xxx

K L M's District 'Representative,
for the Caribbean area, J. H. Else-
vier arrived from Jamaica Wedn-
esday. His mission includes a stu-
dy of -advertising media and ex-
pansion for the big airline compa-
ny which may renew its operations
in Haiti within the next year. Mr.;
Elsevier made courtesy visits to
several of our newspaper offices,
and stated that this was his fifth
trip to 'Haiti, l'agrdable!, He was
lodged at' Hotel Villa Creole, leav-
ing for Puerto Rico on Friday.
x x x-

Pierre Ro6uzi'er, former SHADA
official whA since 1946 has held
important functions in the UN Se-
cretariat which took in Cuba, Afri-
ca, Paris and' Rome, was welconied
home last Friday for a vacation
with the family and friends here.
XXX
Marc Verne, Haitian Consul in
Camaguey (Cuba) arrived on June
30th for a well-eatned vacation
with relatives here.
X X X. '
A charming group of. Connecti-
cut Yankees' are ornamenting the
lbo Lele for a week. The visitors,
'eye catchers; (toute bon) are
Mrs. Mary Benedetti, Mrs. Marjo-
*.ie MacMillan, Mrs. Dorothea
Clark -and Miss Elizabeth'Hynes.
X X Xr '
Tony and Gay Kneer are back on
the scene from a vacation in the
U.S.
X X .X
Miss .Marie -Gtimond, lovely lady
from Montreal is on a return visit
to the Sans Souci -Hotel for a
month. '
'" XX X .

Jean Batraville~and lovely MWa-
rie-Mafthe Idart have 'set the
date;-for the morning pf Tuesday,
July 28th to meet at the, altar of
Eglise dua Sacr6-Cteur de Tugeau.
X X X-
Miss Marid-Bose Saieh of St..
Marc and Hugo Thdodule; of the
ODVA offices are to be married- at
'on July 21 st,.1in -a 6:30 AA.L cfre-
niony at the,church in.i'St.Marc.
XX .
Mrs. Baltazar Noel tetui:ed via
Panama Lin'e on -Monday after
spending nine months inviting with
her daigihleir, Mrs. Chinine 'Noel
in N.Y. Mrs. Noel's ari.il-preceed
ed that of'her daught.r'and" grand
daughter, 6-ye-r-old: Mildred Man-
ning who arrived via PAA on
SThursday Friends and relatives
swarmed over the a -port to wel-
come -Chimene home after more
than 8 years residence in thte big
city, aind she plans to vacation in
the patrie for four. months.
SX,
Tuesday evening Victory cald
Pdtion-Ville cbien cal6P in the fin-
als of the '1956 Football Clhanipi-
onship. *- "'


Mrs. Rock Cadet flew off to New
York on July 4th.
xxx'
Thurston Taylor of. the Library
of Worcester, Mass. is here for se-
veral days 'detente,.
XX X
Mrs. Madeleine Sylvain-Bouche-
reau spoke Friday afternoon bef-
ore a large group at the auditori-
um of the Ligue Feminine in the
Exposition. Her subject was 'Les
Droits 'des Femmes,.
xxx
Off for training courses in the
Washington Census Bureau was
Eddie Desert, head of the Tabul-
ation Section of the Institute of
Statistics here.
XXX

The Director of the National
Conservatory of Music presented
the students in an end of the year
concert on Wednesday at 8:00 P.M
at the Auditorium on Rue Capols.
xxx

Mr. and Mrs. William Schnider
of Kansas City, Mo. and daughter
Marilyn, advocate arrived Monday
to spend three days at Ibo Lele.
They were happy over finding old
friends, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M&s-
es of Washington, Georgia in,
town, stopping at El Rancho. Mr.
Schnider promptly labeled Haiti
a country sure of a successful fut-
ure in tourism due to its natural
beauty and the generous hospital-
ity of the Haitian people.

xxx

Parke, Davis & Co., a Detroit
pharmaceutical manafact u r i n g
concern, is, now 'represented loc-
ally by Pharmacists kaymond Ed.
Etienne, as General Rep., and
Guy de Delva and Max .Sdjournd
as' distributors of their products
.in Haiti.
X X x
XXX
SThis morning at 10.0 o'clock.
Everybody to'the Rex Theater to
the benefit performance of .cL'Ai-
gle des Mers., a great adventure
fim, and an Artistic Show '
for the benefit of the Construct-
ion VPun. of' Mrs. Cyril Waiker's
'Orphelinat de l'Enfant Jdsus*. t
An agreable surprise awaiting
you at. the door where. a number
will be presented which may be
'lucky, number making you win-
ner of a prize.
-. X X X
.New glamour will be added to
-the advertising agency business' i-
New York with, the return fromp
Haiti of Miss Linn Kirby, Miss
Betty Chambers apd Mrs. Ann
Martin, after fivd' days ;of prize
meingue-ing while odn a'visit here.

-. With William Martin, ,Ann's
hubby, an International Business
Machine executive, acting as 'ca,
valier for the trio, the girls and
their'Haitfan partners ahilost stole
the show from the Arthur Murray
group during a meringue lest at
El Rancho on Monday evening,
and a repeat at Shango.Night Club
Tuesday- night. Lynn'..anfd Betty
represent the B.B.D.O. Agency
and. tie. National Better Business
'Bureau, and were, guests at the
Oldffson Hotel.


-'X x '
'Marle-Jos4 Ghntil is confined to '
eight days in bed kfter a foot o-- ;
operation. :
x x x .. ..
Gabriel Nicolas Damien Horti-k\i3
cUlturist went to Havana Tue.i 'l
day. -"

SMrs. Adeline' MoravjiA"' Ik
Washington D. C. ona" tea
vacation. .' .:..,. ,..
Xx x x '- '.,+
Highly' rec -4d .o; '
by'Walter White's widow
Cannon), the Reveftnd -Wii,;
James Chase' of St. James i
in. iew 'York, aarivelfoe./
weeks sojorn here. He .i.
companies by Harold i
fil editor of the obert,
Productions, a Ney York ia -
Bernard is preparing an expuIMn"
of. Haitian paintings whek .Jh&etW iiA
back to Man.attan. -'.'-h
x x x
Here for a vacation and a lok-
at the Citadele, Mr.,'n ,:-.'an
George Quimby, ahd their cha9 i,
ing daughter Charlotte are- 0ope-'
ting -out from Hoel' OIoffson "
x x x ;.. '.l ". f.
JaCqueq C. Antoine spent- i.tb. '
weeks- in Port-au-Prince on the'..
way from Puerto Rico, to i
residence in Washington. -.'
x'.-xx .' ;
Dr. Linus 'P. XTerrebonie. -'.of.j
SOAER. i' Panama boun-. -';t
day to attend a Copgr.ss b"etef.
heading for Washingtqn. _.

The traditional pilgmage%4f
Vile Bonheur and $kut d'EfTtt
honor of cOu .lTadt of, ,..M4* A
Carmel .on July lth is'i"
great activity in the
v *'r,, .X '. "".iI.; ." *
Sr Jorge Spottbrnp i,'n&W
norita Maria .del Carm6en;.drd
las k tetk."joi .tiAirJpYsaa|
oridl parents, 'HsE"xcellen&9^(f
Madaaie-of Spain .:'.. :..', .: .- t
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Six Haitian Receive Scholarships For
Years Stu4y At Heidelberg University


-Mr. Fritz Wussow, the West
Germaiy Charge d'Affalres en-
tertained on Wednesday evening
in' his 'Petion-Ville residence, in
honor of the young Haitian scho-
larship winners who are leaving
shortly for Europe, as guests of
the Federal Government of Ger-
many.
The reception was attended by
officials of the Government and
numerous-orofessors and friends,
and thf p.rpnriel 'of the German
Legationi.:' ;
In a shbrt speech, stressing
the significance of the continued
Developmentt. of Haitiano-Ger-
n'af clltuia-f' relations, Mr. Wus-
sow expressed his wishes for the
su.p.e' ."qf the. winners during
th'ei. studies in his country.
-%r'r. GdeorgelMarc, in the name
of the Minister of National Edu-
catiqon, .Mr. Frank Devieux, pre-
senhted'his thanks for the inter-


COOP. Expert
Off To Greece

Mrs. Sophie Coustis, United
Nations -expert in community
questionss leaves at the end of
the.:montf for her 'new post in
Greece. During her two years
in Haiti she worked jointly with
the Departments of Labor and
'National Econormy for the deve-
lopment of cooperaties through-
out the country. "


'."US. State Dept...
(Continued from page 1)

I The tall; distinguished State
official Ias 'made several trips
to Haiti, and was warmly greet-
ed by old acquaintances as he
)stood on the receiving line dur-
ing'th'e Foiurfh of July fete at
the 'esiden&e of the U.S. Am-
bassad&r.

Prior to'his assignment to the
1.1'A A;'-Mr Neal had spent
.many years in Central America'
Among his previous assignments
'.were' Barranqtilla' Bluefields,
Mexico City, .and Tumpico.
Mr. Neal "was received at Pa-
lais National on Wednesday mor-
ning by President Paul E. Ma-
gloire.


est shown by the German Go'
vernment in Haitian youth. He
spoke in elogious terms of the
great scientists and writers that
Germany has given to the world,
and expressed his hope that the
young Haitlans chosen would
gain much during their stay in
Germany, so that the Haitian
community might benefit from
it:
Mr. Max Chancy, also address-
ed the group, thanking the Bonn
Government, in the name of the
students.
'The yofng men benefitting
Srom the scholarships for a year
at the Uniersity of Heidelberg,
the Oscar Von Muller Polytech-
nikdn m and the University of
Hamburg are as follows:
-Max L. Chancy, Max Wilson,
Daniel Pamphile, Engineer Al-
phonse Desuiilm6, Maurice Bour-
geois and Joel Mevs.
D Mfiral____
Dr.O Mral Hits Agricelture
On The H Iad f .
Dr. Paul,;loral of-.the French
Institute was the guest, speaker
at the weekly International Cliub
of Commerce Luncheon held at
,Aux Cosaques, last1 Wednesday.
,'Ini his discourse, on.trural condi-
tions in Haiti Mr. Moral who is
preparing his. t1iesis for his Doc-
torates degree, stated that the
solution of the Agricultural Pro-
blem depends above all on poli-
tics.
He treated the subject in de-
tail, emphasizing the necessity
of, a complete- knowledge of the
situation in Haiti, of the pro-
blems of the small land owners,
that of the demographic pres-
sure and of the rural exodus. Mir
'Moral also stated that- besides
the,.problem of erosion, and the
clearing of the forests, it is of
dire necessity that a revision of
the-. agricultural statues in Hai-
ti be given serious attention.
After reviewing the conditions
of the peasants and the agricul-
tural problems with -which the
countr- is faced; Mr. Moral con-
cluded. aI pray that the Haitian
public authorities succeed in ac-
Icomplishing this revenge on the
past, for it 'has has already had
more than a century and a half
for reconsideration.?


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-A LA MODE. Abner Riddle recently returned from Puerto Rico says
the wearing of short pants is the -thing. in Puerto Rico and neigh-
boring Islands. (Above) Abner in conversation with local pioneer
short-wearer Fred Kroll.


Reynolds Starts
Mining In July
EContinued from page 1)
flexibility in its Haitian opera-
tions, the Company has construc-
ted. a haulage road 14 to 16 me-
ters wide from the principal ore
deposits located 6 to 12 miles
from the oort The roadway has
been designed to accommodate
25-ton Dart diesel trucks capa-
ble of operating at an average
speed of 13 miles per hour on
10% grades.
Mr. Rice stated that the Fre-
derick Snare Corporation has
completed the construction of
the Company's pier at a protec-
ted harbor near Miragoane
where self-unloading ships
with capacities ranging from 13-
000 to 32,001 tons can be loaded.
The storage building is being
constructed with dry storage ca-
pacity of 90,000 tons. Wet stor-
age capacity will be. several
times larger. A system of 48-inch
conveyors from 'the storage build
ing onto a retractable loading to-
wer at the end of the pier will
load the ships at an average. ra-
te-of 1400 tons per hour. Ship
movements will be controlled by
.AlmonT Johnson constant tension
winches.
The pier will be equipped to
receive supplies including Bun-
keTr eC fuel and diesel oil which
will be pumped from the ship
into tanks on the shore while
ore is being loaded.
Mining equipment will inclu-
de a 'Marion 111-M diesel shovel
with a 4-yard capacity.
Two drying kilns with a- capa-
city of 150 tons per hour will be
installed within the- next few
months. Tho port facilities will
include a power plant, laborato-
ry, machine shops, warehouses
and other facilities required for
a self-contained operation.'
'JHousing for conshtuction work-
ers has been completed, arid will
be used by'the operating staff
when construction 'is completed.
The Company's geologists dis-
covered the Haitian bauxite de-
posits in 1943, a year after the bau
xite discovery in Jamaica in
1942. The Company was granted
a 60-year concession by the Hai-
tian Government. The ore is vir-
tually identical in grad6 with the
Jamaica deposits, where the
Company has an operation with
a designed rapacity of 7.50,000
tons per year, but actually pro-
duces currently about one mil-,
lion tons per year.


Meyer's Pharmacy...
(Continued from page 1)
surance Company.
But eye witnesses who braved
the heat and the nauseating the-
mical fumas said the loss was
far greater than .any dollar va-
luation. The loss was written on
the face of Mr. Meyer who was
called td thr scene from his
home near the Sacre-Coeur.. by
neighbors at 4:00'A.M.
Mr. Meyer who came to Haiti
25 years ago from Germany and
started work in Jdremie,' moved
to the present site in 1940, and
as one' onlooker put it, watched
25 years of labor go up in smoke.
The building owned by Salo-
mon' Talamas, was insured for
$10,000,00. Joe Talamas, Salo-
mon's son, watched the dying em
bers 'of the fire on his father's
behalf:
Firemen were congratulated
for the efficiency, devotion to
duty, in keeping :with the tradi-
tion they have already establish-
ed for themselviesby Fire Chief,'
Captain Georges E. Elie, Jr.,
who is building the brigade into
one of the -nost efficient fire-
fighting forces in the world.


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REQUEST_EVENTS TITLE Disseminate Event
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FILES
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EVENT '2014-05-16T18:25:08-04:00' OUTCOME 'success'
PROCEDURE describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:45-04:00'
virus check
'2014-06-18T13:07:52-04:00'
xml resolution
'49337178' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file1' 'sip-files00001.tif'
5b2835234520bef5f96568f2591cb541
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'2014-05-16T18:24:57-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:27-04:00'
virus check
'52361314' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file10' 'sip-files00010.tif'
35544116a8ee03c6be3402c5cca61b79
473a33b9056f0acb987bb376e01c246dce9fd1a5
'2014-05-16T18:24:48-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:10-04:00'
virus check
'16616' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file100' 'sip-files00020thm.jpg'
a31213c04ff75105c929742055e8e105
7cfdc83e2865c1d10cd43a173e3e317091c6f96e
'2014-05-16T18:24:26-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:22:32-04:00'
virus check
'228072' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file101' 'sip-files00001.pro'
88bcc31a5762c0a0c29b21cc11f9afb8
241e89e607524e4f6d947e51dfa309c7fc8ef50c
'2014-05-16T18:24:17-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:22:20-04:00'
virus check
'264832' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file102' 'sip-files00002.pro'
870dd79b68ed5445cddf42fed715d076
1fd5da0e98c81cb4c19de41c8829c1bf1f6f1896
'2014-05-16T18:24:37-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:22:47-04:00'
virus check
'196277' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file103' 'sip-files00003.pro'
fe6de1ebf98f6324ab9c0ddc144d9176
cdbdd1404957ec6b4c1f74ee29688f856e21df8e
'2014-05-16T18:25:10-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:46-04:00'
virus check
'259977' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file104' 'sip-files00004.pro'
5275823636bd4827648b8d560857beef
82619de0c6db96003eee31c27b4db95d729e76e4
'2014-05-16T18:24:31-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:22:39-04:00'
virus check
'237211' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file105' 'sip-files00005.pro'
80a78dac834727cfbda2e6b149fed5f2
ffb941a92d2755ed7ecfd4630337911c5d691623
'2014-05-16T18:24:28-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:22:33-04:00'
virus check
'271184' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file106' 'sip-files00006.pro'
799065102bbc1df7a81472953cf85af2
2b76a4ed56f384b18e44c816b024cba4e2a635d8
'2014-05-16T18:25:06-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:44-04:00'
virus check
'151065' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file107' 'sip-files00007.pro'
5ce2004f8cf807fa517a4ccd26432d78
eb1d7e6550b605f06546f32d5b2b1751e9a924af
'2014-05-16T18:25:20-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:24:02-04:00'
virus check
'258676' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file108' 'sip-files00008.pro'
e54177511334bd28eedc5d3f272342d9
0cd997537f9f83887a328cdfe83cdfcfcc039362
'2014-05-16T18:25:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'133480' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file109' 'sip-files00009.pro'
c40065294ffee23d7e712855080c3c88
7c301596fcf4c4e5e0c5b965aa128834fdc46cee
'2014-05-16T18:25:05-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:43-04:00'
virus check
'51664474' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file11' 'sip-files00011.tif'
dfbfec34ee230ea82d1bb0208916e264
986d8cf13ce3163f7b718192c28884e53b5dbe0a
'2014-05-16T18:25:02-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:38-04:00'
virus check
'42667' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file110' 'sip-files00010.pro'
1df4aa8a533ac90a515500fbd43430f6
1e568e8c5d27b81e8191eee73dd17653f722419c
'2014-05-16T18:24:41-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:22:57-04:00'
virus check
'176069' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file111' 'sip-files00011.pro'
f77fdf89252aa61b05d6ffa5090dc59c
a8d289e15fb49a5bd61c081b03c49d34b074a571
describe
virus check
'205142' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file112' 'sip-files00012.pro'
4baf3bbf39e0b442607802bfa34a6ddc
20decaa488f6ac231ee924d2de5edd2018bac06d
'2014-05-16T18:24:22-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:22:26-04:00'
virus check
'171180' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file113' 'sip-files00013.pro'
85c4764765e128b123dd87e4696c662e
8408e1ad8ec312603baf3130592c9273bd4c6f96
describe
virus check
'126052' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file114' 'sip-files00014.pro'
91cb2c2d0977cf8a2146ea63533f214b
6e6977b653918ca08b92894c97ca505eb67af257
'2014-05-16T18:25:16-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:52-04:00'
virus check
'180746' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file115' 'sip-files00015.pro'
5a13681594448dc988a593bf6ec1d751
da3202442fd8acdd96286312f1fa2fd54ec4ade3
'2014-05-16T18:25:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'184935' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file116' 'sip-files00016.pro'
88e33cc7d0483a9aaa8769876d5586bc
b9f0e17b6bdffb0350238d913f1e4ba65057fb01
'2014-05-16T18:25:15-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:51-04:00'
virus check
'145691' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file117' 'sip-files00017.pro'
ec87369dbafabfb00bb5a8131889d944
f69b9e6af6efb179056829ca8644cdc2237170b0
'2014-05-16T18:24:46-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:03-04:00'
virus check
'126971' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file118' 'sip-files00018.pro'
14b8078daf20bf626916d78848a22436
4e9b37ed28edbac055f9e67496958ce22f92bd75
describe
virus check
'347493' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file119' 'sip-files00019.pro'
48747b5cabe6587db41915a82f3860fe
592b0aff6ca326873d0cc94b767935284e41f72d
'2014-05-16T18:24:44-04:00'
describe
virus check
'52708518' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file12' 'sip-files00012.tif'
1539f5a5b6e0b28753aba4733f92d8a1
2fd24524086f0108cf29e8c3b0121c8526c818b8
'2014-05-16T18:25:22-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:24:07-04:00'
virus check
'189755' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file120' 'sip-files00020.pro'
a9862fd2959d4108679ad06824dcfd0c
801c94c440d455484327cf74028b64bca0c842a2
describe
'2014-05-16T18:24:01-04:00'
virus check
'9737' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file121' 'sip-files00001.txt'
2148e5ab891032fbb51b11bf1a5c0f11
234d7aa4d3e25f424e8cf8d53223b325077d90b9
describe
Invalid character
virus check
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
Invalid character
'11227' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file122' 'sip-files00002.txt'
aa0a7bddb93120af74a13cfb4bdfbbe6
fcd3aac12ed471f23c74f9010aad3e3ca94d9c78
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8952' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file123' 'sip-files00003.txt'
a3e5c1deb40ef0c801bdd5879e8942f4
a992b998779b3f2d4afbfbe06aeb71d59bce82c4
'2014-05-16T18:24:32-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T18:22:40-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10668' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file124' 'sip-files00004.txt'
6f41d1b81e56125ae7c4c65a46491c47
f8d6eb97f0d848898cc5fae84ad2b68d10264fe9
'2014-05-16T18:24:36-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T18:22:46-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10293' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file125' 'sip-files00005.txt'
25fad9202f386d7fa0a02442c78e9cf1
2c87d30faf62e7ae8c1ff781df1ff043c32789f0
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'12207' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file126' 'sip-files00006.txt'
d0e96ce7fcbd428c1026f0f50d766a22
f73a85ad33f04b3c15c420dfc3dba93fd01ead55
'2014-05-16T18:24:27-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7499' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file127' 'sip-files00007.txt'
947ebaea43598612d98bc2a2a0c4a310
7da3a8b4f29943d44f96c1f267e2da805639abb1
'2014-05-16T18:24:23-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T18:22:27-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10924' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file128' 'sip-files00008.txt'
de5368f8bc96bade8c380ce3536c8f59
7e11f3d4224261eeaf9975d3d95b0a1df5db2b79
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T18:23:04-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5463' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file129' 'sip-files00009.txt'
2b016b277f8849647502fe888e4bbf14
54e5dbe9a3ae755b68a6ba89c8b0aba1ac4dbc3b
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'50211016' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file13' 'sip-files00013.tif'
050427038339fad33672a30af7cd2665
ab07d6a7f488a20a2adb164f7f8025e30dc1a8b8
describe
virus check
'1681' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file130' 'sip-files00010.txt'
08bb6b6799dace479325858a5b5cdf81
d78ad2176d04336c2e93031ac57bff54c8689e2a
'2014-05-16T18:25:21-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8217' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file131' 'sip-files00011.txt'
b50250a51bb9321e0c2d359a0b336ca7
22f2b092c1f08fe3b110484696854229f8620a34
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7846' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file132' 'sip-files00012.txt'
ce89dbc527c17a1cc14844370f7f1a6f
acd837e737eb903b5b7ca3f042eda560e0b7d8d4
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8541' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file133' 'sip-files00013.txt'
f76e330215295d174ed0890b6a921b06
025057bbbf8b5256aee3c475210e923b580a95e5
'2014-05-16T18:24:21-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5161' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file134' 'sip-files00014.txt'
1ff6c0312181eaf86fa9e9adea4bc33d
05033cafa04abab12077847ea03d784a29977f4d
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7939' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file135' 'sip-files00015.txt'
4b4087dcbdfed64e928f9376438b20e9
b9d2b8c509c5a75ef8180f2425733f73e7739f23
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8897' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file136' 'sip-files00016.txt'
2c190cb673ec24e42bc5da49ed7f4f61
c4595954954e89e162041a21a4eef648095f87b9
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6782' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file137' 'sip-files00017.txt'
ba40c3c3d713a5f2ced342497983d8ff
76393229910bd0b495a42b276637c9e13bea3382
'2014-05-16T18:24:59-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T18:23:33-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5747' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file138' 'sip-files00018.txt'
03edfb767a1f47d99578ce45a565dabd
f5c681b3fdb41bae1789c6d926a7cbc29e9ab1d9
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'15143' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file139' 'sip-files00019.txt'
ed6aab7c26a0fe9abc7bb6f633fd4a50
d6750be8e20feb503860eda424bd5c83ba7c643a
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T18:22:48-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'49288504' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file14' 'sip-files00014.tif'
f8efec3fc422198dfe10ea2084b27298
4f89fc05516772690ff2003d7f1373cb52fc520f
'2014-05-16T18:24:14-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:22:14-04:00'
virus check
'7696' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file140' 'sip-files00020.txt'
24b01c69c7ef080c6b4b8f3c2e608ab2
48332be7bae4ffdd11b093130f65a95833a72c9c
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'29240' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file141' 'sip-filesAA00015023_00374.mets'
d785b985d1fd328dea7a14a6829d04c3
514ccfeca3b1d035f19b24ceb96a2facae71e47b
'2014-05-16T18:25:14-04:00'
describe
virus check
xml resolution
'50478994' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file15' 'sip-files00015.tif'
7957e85e298629dbd2a87bb63e2aa241
1a02b114e6050e8f44e0d87f4404f0ee93bb9a92
'2014-05-16T18:25:24-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:24:12-04:00'
virus check
'50828244' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file16' 'sip-files00016.tif'
48f59979e805cf6f3382510872ae86a2
ea456f9bb8190a3446ce90a60df16c4dd0373cff
'2014-05-16T18:24:40-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48798348' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file17' 'sip-files00017.tif'
46005a6d4b328abd3f5bab2f2de68e43
a6de49e23470636a6f57b3be6078d4fd9d88ac5e
describe
virus check
'50686510' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file18' 'sip-files00018.tif'
dabd4eb631c81f9d47f017228a76f593
25329a74d79a0e15f0233654bf3e5be53c66da95
describe
virus check
'49464948' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file19' 'sip-files00019.tif'
e3df4023f4124c430ecf1116af539098
0a577249dbd9f65ab75bc17635b3e50f6f970f09
'2014-05-16T18:24:16-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50334726' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file2' 'sip-files00002.tif'
89ee980cce6bb82727a4b90f5927d3dd
210fcb69444732f8747e0f6984657cc1d1df22d1
'2014-05-16T18:24:34-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:22:45-04:00'
virus check
'51065118' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file20' 'sip-files00020.tif'
be5f0d49bbadc68825a12f8bd20256bb
93e09a963777d8cded226d150bb331de8a2874c0
'2014-05-16T18:24:19-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2055804' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file21' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
733781f423021a9ea60fc1782337a7cc
474ec3945605e63a1dca8803b3aab07d8b808b87
'2014-05-16T18:24:30-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2097381' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file22' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
178dca91fdd5d4561d94879f78fc8b51
ca00939d1bfbaf3af15eeec6a04130b5146bbfc8
describe
virus check
'2109253' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file23' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
e8e4e8300079e5cdf4e1d93674b1d0b9
f5b9f188294c0bd954ac7e4f3e30e32a76540ebf
'2014-05-16T18:24:49-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:11-04:00'
virus check
'2041123' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file24' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
9fa56e17c6529d90c86dad5cbbc3aacc
a4bb72457558ab1d5ef9262508c2c9990675f23c
'2014-05-16T18:24:50-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2072270' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file25' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
173505206c4f31f68760effdd7cf16ea
f1a3061ae0c91b8a831562182d94581b0d19d0a9
describe
virus check
'2093980' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file26' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
e2e9f8de7f137b664c4dbbc585d88090
1be56fa2d4e69e33b3901b67568e39aedf93e4ed
'2014-05-16T18:24:51-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:12-04:00'
virus check
'2062766' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file27' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
2bb5d1f40e7f57570b4c6d46095eca69
cc1cd47d6285c3eb9ac806c47bd4da26db96c4f3
describe
virus check
'2079688' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file28' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
c4584eb330f408853a5748047c642111
56ce7e3340d0a9aa43156abb780c8c5eb5bde66e
describe
virus check
'2172282' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file29' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
fc8a5d50ce58c9e2e9a2aa318e415576
bdd7278af3a90f8ec35910cdae8714459c0616b0
describe
virus check
'50620936' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file3' 'sip-files00003.tif'
44d17681116c2addda64669519e861a3
58237096776f13829d0507723188b3f54ab0fb43
describe
virus check
'2181824' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file30' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
2b3f3eb1ebda8ae7a88f2c2ad2d46563
b468aa9ca662c619cf61eb2567d8616d332ccdaa
'2014-05-16T18:24:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2152776' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file31' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
ac604330e48e0d4447766af3ddf317e1
a5353f7e2a07bd0bc8d2a1d6d3cc3f7ccabac331
'2014-05-16T18:24:53-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:18-04:00'
virus check
'2196287' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file32' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
d8b86636d0f38b03bc3c9575cca5c898
6c2d7373747cbac73004aca14978583655e25042
'2014-05-16T18:24:47-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:05-04:00'
virus check
'2091201' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file33' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
21d570f703186629a65a7bd05a80409f
99fe6fe4a5433a19e4c3a2bff49adcb650fd2fda
describe
virus check
'2053787' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file34' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
e740629e56a87309e4224b0579261508
9f6543b47aedbcd48c2380b581872ad06682eedd
'2014-05-16T18:25:11-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2103394' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file35' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
48c641f8182879a15ec876484edd8df4
a03bc4028c24a39c67fe5663ea0481fdcb03d76c
describe
virus check
'2117932' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file36' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
54322b2db38d1ba7b3bbb157261e2334
cf6848515ef4b98ef0e19d48ae10750ea882fcbb
describe
virus check
'2033113' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file37' 'sip-files00017.jp2'
e8259fa27c68a4f63c1c092bd047cece
32ffbc8daf30dabe2711c4121a373ce90c2b0b70
'2014-05-16T18:24:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2111977' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file38' 'sip-files00018.jp2'
9b28cd411c6ff3147d0dc029572bce35
258b2a963c24531170c44c230ff01f5e137f99bb
'2014-05-16T18:24:38-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2061125' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file39' 'sip-files00019.jp2'
541f6daa5848c04d665ef7e9219687bf
b29c94a3cf6ecfb94a6b3585d559e851036896e5
describe
virus check
'48986718' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file4' 'sip-files00004.tif'
798dbfe8a661741881bf8dc6290c739f
6453858b73c494329f6c29799d38b021cec6be40
describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:17-04:00'
virus check
'2127814' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file40' 'sip-files00020.jp2'
4f869b4aeb4e48e1360eae0105189f36
f64bacf99fb3a9e923ca66d0de13cd75c919e4e1
describe
virus check
'671689' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file41' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
c9e64ebb8805960bc7fa14be2bd0588a
97f754977f110df561d1a3d2eb95eaa10eb04144
describe
virus check
'64360' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file42' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
760a9a96426d966707d9435a21a81635
5ef1a500761a6152291326928685b64c88d98815
describe
virus check
'730862' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file43' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
1f5cf7a93eaafba1d7f0a2b8b6b36fd9
9bcc6376f4fe73f926b997a79cfa0c8ef1aa047f
'2014-05-16T18:25:09-04:00'
describe
virus check
'69964' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file44' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
ed2cda4acf131f44c2532a881a3084e8
eae721f0a1829a43bbd7dfbf668aaf3eff19a2c6
describe
virus check
'696809' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file45' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
379cabb866278bb3d3fd3f860c866c68
bd578afb14a8b806757c73300e401e1b23c4c4e9
describe
virus check
'69209' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file46' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
549f0453ddf31cff811ea3f4b2f081b6
42aa1ccf75819e795ceac63a6d90721bb3383c09
'2014-05-16T18:24:43-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:22:58-04:00'
virus check
'741413' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file47' 'sip-files00004.jpg'
83d26aca40ea4bc12379d187e0c680a6
c0ac02e3d04937aecbece685f6a1eb8f383c31f3
describe
virus check
'74053' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file48' 'sip-files00004.QC.jpg'
7b060303851b08bcc9f401485978971d
8fe0d4185685086b49c7b0e5c10251f942b33880
describe
virus check
'726212' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file49' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
2b8a0935dacfd12ecaac98676d2b1bad
6a512c35e2c1ee7238b43fcc2497e206105d4f3b
'2014-05-16T18:25:00-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49732062' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file5' 'sip-files00005.tif'
36606b53670512a2d4d15146a8a834bf
54ec991d85198ccec08d4c185e7dbad5c9cf01f6
'2014-05-16T18:24:58-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:32-04:00'
virus check
'73638' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file50' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
f13bf396825078b50eaeb9fed2bca9fe
38ca71847e53f994ae6867b625ce91bac50aa097
describe
virus check
'789276' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file51' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
8b58c518b09e0ebd3d122b51dd799702
ad1b8a4e9776923980e037039b2ff3c8114eb50d
describe
virus check
'79351' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file52' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
30b396fec7ce23ec5f202087433de745
2a0f83b6fb69c9171d8314b55365e25bea99b7ec
describe
virus check
'692004' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file53' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
5e6beb8adc54609d493756f260ee65e3
580b40ba46b7cac5669b3f1f1c918824809b5cf9
describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:13-04:00'
virus check
'73399' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file54' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
3da4bdb95916a5ea7556b1b2759c1c74
98ac9550e60ca235b66427fffef1b804d4bb87c2
describe
virus check
'746798' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file55' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
9340dcae235a3680fd0306c0be8deded
9eb46fd4fd0b7550639eb5ec9ac45386c6de5d92
describe
virus check
'72775' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file56' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
f9ce108d58ca8189c71b8da23ef7a298
6d3ff2476fdbc6e8bb619d53ce6ff7f6901dbdf7
describe
virus check
'703072' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file57' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
7f3dff90b85c7d850e4dc0ad93a9e808
3efde9b81ed8cdc94ea877f6b40b4cd729dfd138
describe
virus check
'81401' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file58' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
4da28ccf8784bd56eb1d772589a2d2ce
e6e9359f501ac54d28440df4b34ab3686d0a6963
describe
virus check
'661397' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file59' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
23a24215aa48c73af4ff8116fabfb0cc
0cf9d625e028aacfbfe3293fcc8559eeeed23683
describe
virus check
'50253078' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file6' 'sip-files00006.tif'
658e56e1c8d7d51ecd70dba8f78b8b05
3968bbb4dacd2dcb882390ba01b17dfdf0cb25bf
'2014-05-16T18:25:04-04:00'
describe
virus check
'74637' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file60' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
8bd93539b0e6f1bc738c14039a040bc4
129a41f52cb2f1f7200c75f30ce5c500ac6c9228
describe
virus check
'633279' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file61' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
6d9d106e2cc8d152463032890a3af668
7e2ede9b910bafcbf8b14659fabd9d185cea27b9
describe
virus check
'68791' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file62' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
2642019d3768649af01b08c124689fe3
d9fa64a14680647de58f1e0250cc80629df25204
describe
virus check
'718322' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file63' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
45a98919b91315e55ca1a94f116de24a
bff5be19dfa0054b1f2ae286c74b79f0a8434eb6
describe
virus check
'77578' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file64' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
93f91a684f178a38b808e73698cb1a3e
1364e3c38919f17895c2975e5df354eac91c0aba
describe
virus check
'684768' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file65' 'sip-files00013.jpg'
eb087876390d2fa64bcdc61c84d3c5e2
4245f2a3ad2feb1451e79b9e0c472889bcf85a09
describe
virus check
'89675' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file66' 'sip-files00013.QC.jpg'
23894ca735f63bcb9ef2dfb3dbbeacbb
87df53cc5c8f97bb9d7f43a47a1f4755121bc594
describe
virus check
'694500' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file67' 'sip-files00014.jpg'
dcb36dc38f951fb7be54e5fdd2f7a87c
c8a61a756af9dee060c6f4ca22eb52fcd66ea360
describe
virus check
'76136' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file68' 'sip-files00014.QC.jpg'
680c1bfe54925e63cc678b9afa6ce019
b5155f45fbafb1e5ac6ff1b06b50c66a2d250b09
describe
virus check
'688845' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file69' 'sip-files00015.jpg'
880c9109a9f144f97199228a57198541
23ef45ee28dacdee8a1d9cd9d45030226351dd5e
describe
virus check
'49503960' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file7' 'sip-files00007.tif'
6c562138b5ef2196825d2184b9a3ed50
085a281c06f332765bfcce5b74611b1323984ca9
describe
virus check
'71621' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file70' 'sip-files00015.QC.jpg'
943a87949b380c1a996a285f8615a681
cf26451c14af1796a8ed7dff7bf9a97409c297e5
'2014-05-16T18:24:15-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:22:15-04:00'
virus check
'673277' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file71' 'sip-files00016.jpg'
41e4e5e05ce47d04cd0fce6ac463a4eb
15644a2820ea1b06293dbfd2207bff40465cdba3
describe
virus check
'67125' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file72' 'sip-files00016.QC.jpg'
7ad57f83b1f770fdaff2f3672dbaf52c
d11546691965b55d03728696f9bded59df810514
describe
virus check
'665269' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file73' 'sip-files00017.jpg'
a642768476dfed9bc5ba26ce292d0df0
b6018017b439b0c2b1a7a4d660f7fac38bde7035
describe
virus check
'71291' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file74' 'sip-files00017.QC.jpg'
83822e3c6dc80d9cd137e547f437196c
c145e29f526e755d42e29417ce42fba49441823c
describe
virus check
'760122' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file75' 'sip-files00018.jpg'
40391ba534bc974822f6d033304d6f1c
cb9a96e2d7a92103d281400fbe1f5668663b234a
describe
virus check
'76243' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file76' 'sip-files00018.QC.jpg'
8a565afc5c2143ffa6fde800a7323aa5
94ef98d6c7d33edb2bc5635f971d69d1864e6cc2
'2014-05-16T18:24:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'766568' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file77' 'sip-files00019.jpg'
53a64092a03d6ef7a0131034c189ae4c
67d4dfb17c766d879c5a0cd54e141d339fb88ed4
describe
virus check
'72623' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file78' 'sip-files00019.QC.jpg'
f278a948f38712768ad493c7acb6a50c
56453194e5ccaf17a452b7a4e47c533033bb0c9e
describe
virus check
'751082' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file79' 'sip-files00020.jpg'
a7895bc41c7a8ab441d5ae76b0e579fb
294a766cf06c4286fd6823aad826ce31611a99e5
describe
virus check
'49910176' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file8' 'sip-files00008.tif'
e1bd8082369bd8dc5352e349aa60fb00
4ee68ace96e048de4b5ff64731b3feaaf0ec93b1
'2014-05-16T18:25:18-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:56-04:00'
virus check
'71578' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file80' 'sip-files00020.QC.jpg'
1719d6de8ad0d84da971289d97850fe2
6ca01b05b1815c47fc1fe6f5ab86a7e8b4c59ef8
describe
virus check
'14969' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file81' 'sip-files00001thm.jpg'
c3cbbd02be416924e5ccf65f589adb17
f2684970bf93c34a73f69e07b11730eb13665f64
describe
virus check
'15512' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file82' 'sip-files00002thm.jpg'
cf78f4f1c7f6e07472540071acf45404
84982d02707f8be203f1d2d96d305cf0dc97d26e
describe
virus check
'15740' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file83' 'sip-files00003thm.jpg'
231a0a5d5212ab8a6275fda033a07577
a5a871cb8b61f04b04283227087a88d366313082
describe
virus check
'16454' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file84' 'sip-files00004thm.jpg'
a0ce7fb7fd03e97c535e155b873596fd
a9694cffce6421ba077fe8b5ed10abef1cb3b3c9
describe
virus check
'16548' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file85' 'sip-files00005thm.jpg'
2a50d0736c03389dc3de6c65852275cb
583f6d36396a5e3afdd5b9fedd9544b738e6125c
describe
virus check
'17903' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file86' 'sip-files00006thm.jpg'
a948afe7f74ffbec854f6b2d28fb73b9
593947603fce92742261c429916413a1cab195e3
describe
virus check
'17181' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file87' 'sip-files00007thm.jpg'
542e940921d94a403e5a9d9e55d59296
a6a8b0d11df6a8f1ac424981785497d85fc540db
describe
virus check
'16295' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file88' 'sip-files00008thm.jpg'
620a3ad76b905db7c110406508c16bd3
5e0f41b249e160c44ec322e362573a30dbdbf23a
describe
virus check
'19737' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file89' 'sip-files00009thm.jpg'
2dc630ef914d9f5f7b88b305c3d25330
3e7bfd6741dc1bd44ae0982c16d1cffe6334f38c
describe
virus check
'52133488' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file9' 'sip-files00009.tif'
ee116530f78bbc0604c24e75cd775d3a
378e753ab6ec893b73b1105f85c046d3227c164e
'2014-05-16T18:24:55-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T18:23:23-04:00'
virus check
'18342' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file90' 'sip-files00010thm.jpg'
08b58775d43fe0344e40e1a14b6dc3b0
076e2ef56b1008b95fe089140018e0466fc7bb3f
describe
virus check
'16587' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file91' 'sip-files00011thm.jpg'
94ee1a613306b1aedd39694742fb849e
b1571144285c143913e7132e61706895c7a30af7
describe
virus check
'17997' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file92' 'sip-files00012thm.jpg'
161f5be20025fd1f0d038fa6b24129b3
8903c914574be1e1ce78c03700eb8e0edf86fd00
describe
virus check
'39361' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file93' 'sip-files00013thm.jpg'
2e0d4ccaddd49ae9158c3a690d2bea22
0396754090334841a56e094b2ca85814e8f84766
'2014-05-16T18:25:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'18611' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file94' 'sip-files00014thm.jpg'
945a068ffd3f350aaf28c5cb17889382
352102392c08ca7421fd1e975ca00b7183f582cb
describe
virus check
'17591' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file95' 'sip-files00015thm.jpg'
eb1f55625bf5b4206fe9b36003a68408
68a1a468d9329fb06544fbace9075f6d9a81c177
describe
virus check
'15942' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file96' 'sip-files00016thm.jpg'
b5f491607fb54392fc810d7f3fb90e35
ca51fa373e851599bf84417b571944a94db01a2c
describe
virus check
'17154' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file97' 'sip-files00017thm.jpg'
8bacb1dbb33f05cdeb745e6e9b792520
48f98b28e5e90becc361b949b4a63a244f7f4850
describe
virus check
'17962' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file98' 'sip-files00018thm.jpg'
bbbdd2ff74231065e53d09da7ab71fcb
968572a51e8e2fe57a4ace0721fe917cb125ad0e
describe
virus check
'15950' 'info:fdaEAGHHVAJN_ZS9B26file99' 'sip-files00019thm.jpg'
a402a5e12c72a5326f9ac4b256b264c9
451b9ca3b40e78d6c610475b179aa9b751d13081
describe
virus check


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