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THE HAITIAN E
tVOIL V1 Port an Prince R0publque d']

'u.~l.GRESS STUDYING FATE OF OUR [SLAND









... h American Committee for the return of Navassa Island In the
ttpubli oX Haiti' is sponsoring a legislation in. the United States Sen-
4Ate and 'House of Representatives for the -return of Navassa Island
I.bas mach greater signiffitarffe than would appear at first ginned for
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t will greatly extend' he ten flrial waters and fishing rights of













uidti. This'is of prime imnportance'in the development of tuna fishing
Sthe building up of shrimp beds.
WTh .e Committee, headed. by Melvin D. Hildreth, member of the De-
gjlncac Natiional Committee from the District of Columbia, has a
~~pdchance. of pushing the bill through th4 United States Congress
ahi-u to te Democratic majority in Ahe Senate and the House of Re-t
||.prese!tave. .
Ac dng to a recent press information, .the bill- concerning the
AiMpott qtfestion of Navassa Island wai introduced before the U-IS.
...S~enate'and House of Representatives. June 27th.. (See -story on D~r.
'~mnzs visit to the island on Page six.)
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JawS.ye STUDYING FATE OF OU ISLAND For 50,00













---or'Faily Of Auth Accident Victim
?. ,American Committee for the return of Navassa Island 10 the

Rpul o( Haiti, is sponsoring a legislation in the United States Sen-
Ht n house of Representatives for the return of Navassa Island
:.a ~h greater signifrcarnce than would appear at first glance' for
iwilgreatly extend' the ter:;litnal waters and fishing rights of







.Ani.Ts uis of prime importancew- in .the development of tunahe froishingt of
..te brar building up of shrimp beds.ra white
'-T' committee, headed, by Melvin D. Hildreth, member of the De-
.tai Nat~ional Committee from the District of Columbia, has a
mzlcace of pushing the bill through the United States Congress
ueothe Democratic majority in ihe Senate ,and the House of Re
resentatives .......... ......... ......... .........
I'".Acc.or-d.ng..to a recent press information, -the bill-eoneerning the
,iportant question of ,Navassa Island was introduced before the ILS.
,$nate ',and House of' Representatives. June 27Uh...fSee .story on Dr'.
.,maa's visit to .the island on Page six.)

||,wyri SeJ. C. Chancy For 50,000
|or;' 'F mnly Of Auto Accident Victim
|g An u .peci fied number of law- 'iu'g the flowers, in-the front of
! .',lir ,l,-,n "laineT injrln, l~lo fhc hfllip'when the e.rfta~inv white*


:;CGhancy -this week for a total Sports Convertible, struck him,
A?-amount, pof ,$50,000.00 on, -behalf
.jof the mother and,.sons of tailqr
iiso .' Gr .ogoirel who died as
""a reut 'of injuries riteived
-,when he- was kn46ckd down by
the Chancy 'cThu nberbird*
which crashed into his home -at
".'Martissnt. Jean-Claude Chancy-
.sma.shcd into the front of the
".small wooden structure -house on
the cornel of-the, main road and
,the small road leading. to the
Q. e1 3artissanit, shortly after THE THUNDER BIRD
", 00 XA. I."Stxnda morigjH TUDRB
.... .S breaking Ittr- legs. He was im-
mediately rjqhed to 'the hospital
.l'rir-D flrcgoire, 40-yea-r-old wheer he expired at 8:30 the
r '3.- >-. was reported water' same evening.


.'MAD HORSEMAN
; HITS THE TRAIL
.,. ,A inmad rider used the road to
.'Grande Rivire du Nord as a
prop for a near-tragedy, Jast
Su.qday. when apparently suffer-
i:.1.i-g ifra.m an overdose of movie
S'thrillers. he overplayed his self-
-. assumed role of the eCavalier of
D. s-ath.:


Jean-Claude %..ho recently re-
.trined from New Yorlk with the
car was driving in from his
home at Thor to a rendIez-vous
with a gro'tp of friends, at the
Rond Point who had made plans
to picnicithat day it Miragoane.
(Continued on page 20)

Engineer Leggett
Talks On Peligre


The Peligre Project was treat-
; IIn ustinien Hospital of Cap- ed in air eloquent address made
Haitien is young Jocelyn Eusta- by Engineer C.D Leggett before
Sche whose face is 'so mangled by a large group of engineers, ar-
.hoof marks 'nd lacerations that chitects and newsmen assembled
he is almost unrecognizeable. on Wednesday evening at the
Hiding-out from the police is Haitian Engineers and Archi-
SHerman Antenor who spurred tects Association clubrooms.
S./his horse forward violently and The meeting was held under
Sunheeding along the highway, the high patronage of Public
: knocking the young victim into Works Minister Raoul Sit-L6, and
unconscious-rrss, and fleeing the U.S. Ambassador Roy Tasco Da-
Sscene 6f the accident, striking vis.
other pedestrians as he made The Pr3sident of the Associa-
:..his.escape. .'.- ner..r-, the speaker, in
SA police drag-net has been set a short speech. stressing the im-
'ip to eaptur ['-,the movi.-struckx. pormance of the subpect of the
s.. horseman \vith manslaughter ten lecture.
"deneies. (Continued on page 20)
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Haiti Telephone


President t

Dominican
A ambassador Says
No Attempt To Bump
Off Ben. Trujillo 4
The Ambassador of .the Domini-
can Republic, Senor Purfill. Ba-
sora handed a note to the Sun,
this we"l Which stoutly denies
any attempt to bump off Ben.
Trujillo, as reported in our edi-
'lion of July 1st, under the head-
'ng: xAttempt To Bump Off Ben.
Trujillo.a
jThe communique stated that
there has been nothing of an ab-
normal nature in political mat-
teys in the Dominican Republic;
and that consequently, the ver-
'don relative to the alleged cri.
nhal attack w"h miscarried
and which *as supposed to have
been perpetrated on the occasion
of. the inauguration of a Catho.
lic Church in the City of Moca,
is entirely unfounded, and that
all information with regard to
any deviation from political nor-
malcy in the Dominican Repu-
blec should be considered as
, false, ridiculous and libellous.
Desouiions Put Chicken oU

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2061 SUNDAY,, JUL 15th 1956 I p ^.."


o be Feted Thursday
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On Occasion of 48th. lBirtMh ... i.' Il
When the .Sunr askedthe Pa- nor mbm44d Xo^.*prQVfl.
lace, Friday morning, for. th ,di say, wpynrc -, e N:.-4: e .-
schedule of the even that will -g.aMwrWpld' J -'. ,Uoeft'*cb:
mark the occasion, of'President that the eplebra"o*s ,.we" -t
Paul E. Magioire's birthday oil begin qi',t.e ,ve-.$fe' 5..
July 19th, a spokesman for the dent's 48th birthd annyira:
% 1I1PP relied t]fat although the 'i'y. .' -"", .. '*"|
program was under-preparation, ; *'' -.'!:.
it had not yet bee n completed COMMERCE TO-PAt HO..AGE%'44
---"-" In keeping .wbthtradition ,the,''
D M G .GA.. +- .. ..^. U E birthday 'ahniversary- of .Prem.ir:
DAMAGE CAUSED dent Mailolre 1W-M. be cltael'
RY OQTAKI' by the Coinercial'-.and .Indus-'-
IN........ N R H trial enterprises of .the countryy'
IN NO UKRTH 1 with a -banquet.. .This. year U:th;e
While Port-au-'Princieiis were., stting- will lp'-Hotel Beau :Ri-:.A
biing roused brusquely from -rage, and' the& i 'n from'. iOO ::
their Eleep shortly before '5:00 *P.M ..l..: .,M;'..B.us%8i0hten'4
.o'clock Monday morning by sha- i"th&?"lrdo'l ..hav'e.ben;.in4t,t
king beds ard rattling windows, ea. to6 p, iitlpte..','. ..'i:
the N&lh-West anti Artibonite O. -thisioccasin.,- tahe.PWOe
regions of the country were ox-- Stae,' will .be pIsentLd.'Wt ffiL. t
-perieicing ',ear disaster1 firn an .if-bof'a.gjldbe"-.b60k.otiuiglk.
earthquake that lastedfor fright- the ,uiog.ps and. siga.ati
fuil seconds, and was felt through- of ia.h'^st. L" I
out' the entire country. TbeCoiitteeb -i
Under-Secretary of-'State. 7 of le.d'pdd'.t'y,: .ia B :fDl, ,
the Interior, Mr. Rbolat.-lLatail- 2jre-sdet':. of the ,H-aitian 'CMhm
"lUd& after a visit to .the effected, q .Ctr.om l., ,.--:....
(Contin.uedl on page 20) -Other mcmnbers of the Ci.B"
New-oo -ng-- njtee are: 0. J. Bran't; ii:.'WI
i New Footing: ". 'bert Neptufie, Dfaniel Herelo
Luc Vale's, 'David E.', si: *c4
IN INDUSTRY Elfe'JoseplAGuy::
1]A T INDUSTRYlfl c a'
P A T ll IAd'gXT914"l'l (Continued -Jon l ..;+ ,


HAITI LEADS" .*
SPOOTBALL ,i:. '
TOURNEY -
LQa4 .Satu'day byeenhta J$?4. i..
7ttih, the Sta-ditm Magloire frb.
in 4a new coat. of 'paiUt4.-.(ange!
for- -the .ecrasion) rnipat&f4'
with flags afd oriflammekcs'k
inedl widerv tt#mf wififtepiqct,^
as ;15,QOO. entbuS'stsic>.%-pec 7rs
watei f iaif a bea''_Sa"vad
2 to '0 lxi'.-the. opening) pane
the .Fotbl .ltrianguar':ou ir
ment 'i. itilohduras-Bt.r.-aT
.'dor6,-. t. ei --,*^ S
The-game, :.Pd' ,ie: lh g
tronageq 'h tb"Prsid4'tflhM'
e~ep'u~blc .started' it' '84,-I[;J4
after' Minister Fr' ." i
mad e. ceoup'se pd d 4 v4t-
flirst ,. ofaTbe : ),, gr
P*ot ac6 Dan Gior ad s,-' ":^
traif our aioirct an; -g
.ter. thit! 'tbe Haitian gave',a.
fourth of what the'ya.eo MYd
wile fh We Silvadoriaiohite rI
'In the- second game,..Titlsdty'
eveningg .Honduras and' -:El-'
vador-'gave a-pine display OffOi.
ball tebnbic airl team workS'...t.'
teams won great applauIes 4efro K.
the public as tbe. match e" h
by 1 to 1. -. :. ;.
According to .the Hai.tiani frp^
Syria n'coach of the Hondurs
teamr, Mr. Victor Bendeck, "lva.1
dor- player a ..better; game thkn
't hack p'ay''d- against ,the IHai?
tiapn son Saturday. Hondurasi ..
declared, could not give its beat'
S(Conthiued on lage );:0 ,: ,.
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The story of mrhodern chicken farm corned and sold as fast as they
ilg in Haln. is the story of a young eduJd be bred. The Desquiron's
Haitian couple who broke away increased their output to 8'00 a
from the routine manner of liv- month and husband Jean .quit-his
ing and turned a wife's hobby into partnership- in the importing'firm
big business. and" devoted full time to chicken
In 1951, Mrs. Jeani Desquiron:. raising. The Governrient became
following the birth of her third interested in teir, project and .the
child, decided to raise chickens. Department of Agriculture spoil-
So they imported a batch of 300 scored Mrs. Desquicon's visit to
day-old Chicks from the U. S. anid the University of Ca'lifornia
built a chicken coop in the back where she studied 'mbde;), me-''"
yard of their Peton-Ville home. thods of chicken- culture.'After
With the increase of tourism and three months the irdustribus pi-"
the sprouting of hotels through- ,eer was back: from .'California:
out- the Capital and the suburbs ,
the broilers, were heartily wel- (Continued on page 2)


'Black-, guardian of the hens in the laying house where 150 dozen
eggq are produced daily, admires new sign along with chicken Indus-
trialist Jean Desquiron.


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.-m.en's .(Government "
*al 'school) hiecken farm
;,he n.ewly-forhed 'Ban
iblf asked her assistance
jig'ite honor student
diass Into a Chicken Coc
':.: )FrESt BARBECI
4ole of 'the most s
Wayr7)ay fairs ever he]
.epubljc barbecue, s
i. -by 'the. c, operative
agh'.llght ofthie Fair. I
'la.-goe.rs, including t
uihif .the. Republic, Pa
Re Lagloire, and Cabir
xe..jnJqyed prime exa
141t1's ffrqt public 1
Ulpmp chiekep turned a
rw4- and basted with,.
i6t sauce. After two '_.
i$esquiuwns left mthe :q.
ilafa._,re foundation
tep, c ,"irst.'eomplet<
an. They moved to
g~n ofres4artl~e
p6(e,'montdiQU5 ate!
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ItJl.,--. U-PL JL S1JIL y UUtJ.
ge 1) ; 'chicken industry, Mrs. Desquiroi
vhich she flew off on a Unlted Nations fe]
dents of lowship for five months of study
agricultu- at G e o r g i a University and the
ing class, great chicken organization of Jes
queAgri- se D. Jewel, Inc., (of Time Ma
e in form- gazine fame). Husband Jean who
s of the was born in the town of poets
operative Jeremie, decided he too could td
JE with a r e f r e.s.h e r.course. The
successful young chicken-farmer who spent
Id in the half of 1942 at Cornell University
stand set before going on to graduate in
was thd Business Admizist4tion from Ro
Hundreds chester Business: Institute, flew
he Presi- to Georgia and brushed up on
aul puge- industrial and marketing aspects
net mom- of the chicken industry, joining
mples of his wife in her last month of her
barbecue- 'back-to-schooL period.
delicious COMPLETE. CYCLE
a savory 'TNiS .inmoith 'the Desquirons
ea.s, the are turning a dream into con-
op&rative create reality. Forty Thousand
for. the, Dollars-:($40.000)_ is. going into
e.'.chicken" a proji'Vt"ot eventually more
he rural than a Hundred Thousand' Dol"
dal 5, ml- lars ($100,000.00). which .will
in, tafor- make the Desquiron Chicken
:- with a Farm 'complete from the incu-
%r1frs1t .bator to the dining table.,
Inditfied 2NTHE FARM
tQWyiehl ; Long,' airy. broiler houses with
.r'i. e i deep bilt-up litter and ,tfra-r'e
Weaned brooding pens, a long 150 x- *j2
i o d e r.n ft.%cage layer 'hpuse, and mowe
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storng.away more than, 0 hour running time. These
o* storitwmng=, cmutonr

i' extremelyy, precic mechanisms are protected'by the most
,.. .elegant of waterproof vases that Switzerland can produce.
; .. Ref. 700.: A handsome mnui's iafch, available in 'inlcss-
's/eel or solid gold.
Rf.. 701: A d4lnry watch of extraordinary arcurtr. available
.". '. -. in stranless 41eel or 'itlh solid-gold bNzel.
':R MT ... "E'R R1 E6A.U X
P "n.i"ce "G"irard-Per'p"

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TODA.VAITLES FOR MEN,.
'*4 ,. < BUY QUALITY AT
: 1., LIOIDATION PRICES
Ti.EsE VAIAJES ARE EXCEPTIONAL
"AN TANl.NQTBE REPEATED AGAIN
.fIJY OW^,.QN.LY -A FEW .
0..IOMEDAYSLEST l
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SUT IIN .PALMBEACH' (2 Aunes) Now$ 7.00
E SU ,'.GG"AEPtDIIE (24, Atmes) Now 8.00
.i.SUQTTI] LNiR ,tN M Aips) .. Now 8.00
iKSUI.. "ASIMIR (A'.Aunes)' ,, Now 15.00
$UTTISFING KA91MIR (2 Aunes) Now 22.50
S:.RT H tpH-RT. $, 2.00 To 5.00
..CRESS SHIRT $2.25 To 5.00
AMA .. 3.50 And 4.00
f....6 0KS'* ~yCI EF
'sSOCKS HANDIKECHIEFS NECKTIES BOWTIES
.'.IBATHGOWN,.- DRESSING iGOWNS SWIMMING
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The range, .where future layers
lfe ii


than a doze'i individual chicken
sheds where the fuLture layers
are strengL-flned fotr their rug-
ged life in, the cage dotthe slop-
ing. hillside behind their small'
ranch home. Across the road
fromm'the farm a new dressing
, plant which will 'have and out-
put of 2,500 broilers per day was
completed this'month.
DRESSINb PLANT
The large cement building is
equipped with Gordon-Johnson
mudenm dressing plant machinery
for timne-saving, dressing opera-
tions and cleanliness. It is a spec
tacular 'sight today to see" the
chickens ga from stage to stage
from a big killing wheel to over-
head shackles, through special
feather remover, automatic
scalding vats to be dressed, pac-
ked and frozen.
LARGEST FREEZER
Downtown ,Port-au-Prince on
Rue des Fronts Foits, the refri-
gerating plant, with a .freezing
capacity for '25.000 poules is
being rushed to completion by
technician Shannon Yarborough.
When finished it will be the, Ca-
pitars Largest freezing 'storage
plant.' "
FEED' MILL
The feed mill also downLown
iPort-auiPri.nce will mix locall ma-
terials with concentrates special-
*ly prepared, by J.T. Gibbons, Inc.,
of New Orlean. The feed mill'
has a daily capacity of 100 sacks
which- are the most unique sacks
ever to hit the local market.
They are gaily colored dress
prints that w',l1 make ideal dres-i
ses. This minill will lower the
chicken, feed price throughout
the country, as the Desquiron
intend to sell to the local consu-
mers. The cost of imported feed
today is $7.00 a sack of 100 lbs.
The Desquiron's Croix Bleue brand
will sell as !ow as $5.50 a sack.
The Desquirons are shooting
for a 20,000 broiler a month out-'
put and 150 dozen eggs per day.
HELP LOCAL FARMERS
The young couple are attempt-
ing an ambitious plan to hake
the local farmer conscious of the
need to raise chickens on a feed-
efficiency program, inot the way
they are bred today, allowed to
struggle through life scratching
frenziedly an.dt often futilely un-

PARAMOUNT
5:00, 7:00 and 9:00 PM. Les
Homes prdferent les Blondes
Monday 6-8:15 P.M. Rocky Mar-
ciano Archie Moore
Tuesday "-8:15 P.M. Les Horn-
mes pr6ferent les Blondes
Wednesday 6-8:15 P.M. La Veuve
Noire
Thursday ;-8:15 P.M. Carnaval
Friday 6-8:15 P.M. Les Hommines
nrwf@rent 1-s Blondes
Saturday 5-7-9:00 P.M. L'Hom'me
h la Cravaebe d'Acier
Sunday 3:00 P.M. L'Homme a
la Cravache d'Acier


NO i Desquirons furnihed E
chicks, the feed, an D
*. know-how. ..
Today Haiti import. approaa
lately 5,000 frozen (75 ckens -a
"i te appon h thmonth although then? appear to-.M
be no existing sta4istik on t he .-.4
-matter as they are elaseified4".1
with other frozen meala The ia-
ported variety is usually a- Gra-
de-B chicken and sells fo-'
Up'cents a pound on the .eog mad ard-
ket. The reEt of the country ea&t
the -muscular local bjid whie c:h
ekes ,out a living around the li'
cal t cajlles while dodgiag:
the Haitian mongoose lamport. .;,.
ed to eat te rats. but which aao. `
.found the rAiitian chibek'ns more
to 'their liking.
U K TheD'xsquirons pla .to lower:..
the price of chicken on the loca
market to 50c a poind. Grade A-.;,
chicken of d -14 libs.a glrea dy
sol s hef dressed for the table winri the'
s re prepared'fr their ulged ost three gourds and severni-
SCages. five. centimes (75c U.S.). This '.2
til the appointed hour. their gladia price.m will, put their pamperedd.
or blood is spilt and .reddish tender, e po rlets ) ona ei.
muscle-bound meat is served.w tialetufs with the local cle-
Up" until now the eatahg.fowklbhas bou n4 iaiv,, which .swilrs
b.een brought up more or lessas binto anainket on -alio7sz and!


Mr. .Detquirono the Pou J&
to interested. farmers the hby questioning by your Repoer, '
chcks.,and the- f ed, and then,' aid Touch woods,-we are neither.,.
aftar one and a haLf months'will. troubled by pests orthsease, i
buy back the growing .chcke. s regular.vac.cinate dhea .!b

















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from the 'farrnrs. They explain against fowl pox, broneitis an.
for the benefit of chicken-wise Newc'astle e
readers that the, get al'dg on Nwe c'has.ve expeod pes e e
t. emea',per.ientd ebIape .
a 2.70 to 2,85 .feed roiWersion sLoo' afe our an-ival atlFreres...
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Disldy gbL It amongst the :
school has aken the ad...N- b--ll g. a nuanhter o
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Morris Burka, Boss of J. T. Gibbons Feed, (New Orleans) leading
exporters in Latin America of Animal feed stuffs is seen above wit
wife Ann, being shown Haiti frora Furcy by Jean and Ghislaine D-.,
quiron. Mr. Burka was Yere last werk'end to look over the ,Poulet.
situation.


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UQcen01 ONE DOZEN COILS 1




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SUNDAY, J U L Y 15th 1956


MISS BESSON TO GO TO COSTA RICA DR. LUCFEN LECONTE
FROM MISSION IN
AS L.J.C.F.H. QUEEN .JULY 17th SWITZERLAND.
Mademoiselle Raymonde Besson, cashier at the Sabot d'Orhas been
elected Queen of -La Jeune Chambre Economique d'Haiti,. -.. .
The 22-year-old Haitian beauty who was elected at a meeting, July [ .. -.*',
4th, in the salon of the Association's treasurer, Berthony Madhere, in ,
Bourdon. will compete in Costa Rica for the title of aMiss Junior Chain .... .
her of Commerce, for the northern Latin-America zone. 9....
The'delegation to the 11th Congress in San Jose lead by P;resident .' 'fl
Christian R. Germnain will leave Port au Prince July 17th, and carry' .. ',I.
with them souvenirs-of Haiti generously donated by Rhum Baran- b ll^
court, la Belle Creole, Fisher and Georges Deslandes.
Souvenir gifts of Haiti_ will be distributed to members of foreigli -'-i
delegations along with hte hook -- 'Smiling Haiti.. .
The Haitian representatives are going to request'scholarships for B
Haitian students to study. in Central America.


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Dr. Lucien Leconte, young
denil' swrgepn of Port-au-Prjince,
Sretuned.- this w'ek from the In-
S t.crnatonal Dental Federation
Congress in Switzerland where
S he was delegated to rprrent
Haiti. He was accompanied on
S his .njssion by his young 'bride
the former Monjqie Chauvet.
S -lai ti.Jwa one of tbhe forty-eight
countries participating in this
S iwp:.rnatiornl.meet .wlyic0 wa4 at-
tenJcd by 400 delegates repre-
serting the moist eminent .profes-
sionals of each country.
S IThe delegates discussed the
latest technique And accomplish-
mnent, on dental matters.
Dr. and Mps. Leconte spent se-
S veral weeks in the United States
qn their return trip from Euro-'
pe where the Doctor attended
the sumner congress held by
t .et profes-os of the various
dental Fcullties in tihe'U.S.
The young Dentist-is already
back-at work at his recently
copntrucet.'d modAern clinic at
Chemin-des-ilp.alies.
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YA TO TRADE FRANKTE
OR )'RS Z, HOLLY RUMC
NW, rYOXRK (INS) -
lew-So.k Journal-American
" PnieOOnnd's Ava Gard
.'t o ,'wed 'Porfirio Rubiz
%nlnamn Republic play-bo.
idmkma as soon as she ca'ls
rTank ginaira. '
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.e'.5 society column
.7ifts Pombshell was exp
Ue1'.pi.nf'rly one. of Rublir
s.et.:" fI&-ds!. who returned,
jeYqrk.frao Paris 4Moni
R '-kft couple met .l
b1&f4'lN e Wof weeks ago.

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f ..l to ; friends ,that ,
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te ests reads like a tales
t's address book. I
:cMor recently, Ava, who lik
z41, 'tin' I pain on earnings of
rt-million dollars .per p!
has been linked with D
-nnlun, the Micfley Ma:ntle
.'e.Spanish bull ring, this yea
."t eRubi's previous wives ha,
.been Flor Truillo, daughter
theD .Dominican dictator; Dor
S*e... '. the, tobacco heiress, an
AS s, Gottfried Von Crammn, be
'Mer 'known as dime-store heire
Uba hutton.,
CADET PROMOTION
iiit yoeen youg Haitians ar
Done C1oobian have been des
fji'gna{ed to receive their diploma
.4'from the Military Academy
IE. .a.ti on August 1st. The ne
frzelass of Cadets complete the!
I'"studies on July 31st, and wi
"*..'be pronloted to the grade of Sc
.:cond Lieieftant.
t ..:. President of the Republi
wil..wir. dibute the diplomas dui
B'9ting the brilliant aimy parade o
Si"he Champ-de Mlars in celebra
;..tio, of Army Dlay (August 1st
t; The young Colombian- Cade
:17a'sttended the Military 'Acadiem
::Ahere on a scholarship offered b:
.the Haitian Government

DIRECTOR OF: TELEPHONE


L Yvan Michel' was appointed
L.irector of the West Indies Te
i:tclephone Company, during
'Ameeting of the Board of Direc
tors on June 26, 1956. The post
i.ng. oqf a 1i-itian technician al
.4the head of th,. International
.'Telephonric Service, an Ameri-
'ca.n:Companv with no Haitiar
ii al invested, has met with
pI eat approval in local business
aIetors.


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)IRS
The
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shed

EARIHQUAKE TREMORS at the Hotel Riviera when his bed started
the to shake' eatly Monday morning, an artist from Trinidad reports 1le
nist, first looked under the bed and when he'discovered no presence there,.
9o04- he opened the Bible at Psalm 91, conscious that Haiti's .Voodoo was
Wsa's much stronger than Trinidad's obeah.
.to HOTEL CHOUCOUNE moved its famous Thursday evening Candie-
day. -light Dinner featuring ehomard flamb6. and orchestra and floor show
herp to'the'roof garden' this past week.
ad 'THE NEW CADDY with the aluminum tops Reynolds' Haiti Mines'
"' town car.
nti- O0LOFFSON HOTEL MONDAY NIGHT returned to the night club
; "*eft-with a gala opening this week. The quality of the folk,dancing
U N':t ops, and the creole songs sung by sultry Adrienne Dejolie are given
a real amorous lift. Proprietor Roger Coster, world-famed photogra-
Sphe'bhds been a frustrated director all his life, says Psychiatrist friend,
eom I-Iew'York, Dr., Saul and takes great effort and pain to put the
Show over.
'FOSY'LAHAM, proprietor- of our sole jewelry store, is home today
S from jumping the fences of Europe and visiting the watch houses of
%am Switzerland. He's been gone two months and now Joe Rizk can return
i :to Rue des Cdsars, mission well-accomplished.
POUCH, 4-YEAR-OLD German -and American extraction, seeks fem-
ale of same age with. spotless past (guaranteed pedigree) available
any time. See Joe'Rizk, telephone 3252.
SFROM MONDAY, LA BELLE CREOLE's feminine department will
4 have moved to larger quarters in the space occupied for many years
Sby Mrs. El Saiebh. Boss Noustas says this change is to give better ser-
vice and display. The old section below the soda fountain is presently
undergoing transformation into a .chic China, Watch and Danish Sil-
verware Department.
PLAYWRIGHT ARTHIUR MILLER who enjoyed a fortnight's vaca-
tion here four years ago at the Sans Souci, with his wife, has divorced
and wed the shapely Marilyn Monroe.
THE GREAT PORTRAITIST, Louis Fombrun, is taking his brushes
and palette to Mexico bientot.
ENID MOSIER and her Steel Band boys are sharing the honors with
Local Maestro Guy Durosier at the Riviera this week, with th6 super
folk show. by the best Haitian dancers, pulling in a full house nightly
with 41.00 minimum on weekdays.
DOMINICAN EMBASSY has distributed a twenty-page booklet en-
titled -El Case 3alindezs, by Carlo de la Rosa y Duplan with a photo
of the missing Jesus de Galindez on the second page.
A SET OF FIVE SPLENDID Creole songs sung" by Guy Durosier
with Haiti's' No. 1 Issa El Saieh Orchestra providing the music has
'been recorded by La Belle Creole. LBC has been, pioneering the record
industry since 1.949. '
GARY DAVIS, First World Citizen, who enjoyed several months here
at 5th Avenue Bolosse in 1950 sent the cSun'a copy of his publication
at "Values, from Bangalore, India this week. aWorld Citizenship and hu-
manity need its, says Davis, penniless son of the American mulitmil-
es lionaire band leader.
a JACQUELINE AT THE U.S. Ambassador's residence, in a playful
ic-mood, was jumping around when she slipped, landed on her foreknees
o- and turned a somersault, breaking her neck. Tonton, the gardener,
of reports she died instantaneously. Death came to the abourrique, only
a. a day after the -Sun. published a story on the donkeys of Haiti in
ve which she was featured, along with the U.S. Ambassador in a picture.
of With the passing of- Jacqueline, the Ambassador's residence has ae-
is quired her son, aot as democratic mascot, but as a garden pet. Jac-
id queline's son was the property of Jim' Barall who leaves at the end of
et, this month with his parents for Washington.
ss -ANTI-TRUJILLO BOOK which missing Columbia University lectur-
er Jesus D. Galindez wrote for a Doctorate degree has gone on sale
in Santiago de Chile. A first printing of 20,000 copies, in Spanish, has
id been completed by the Pacifico publishing firm. The book is an- at-
S theck on Generalissimo Rafael Trujillo, strong man of the Dominican
as Republic for 25 years.
of De Galindez, a refugee from Spain, lived in the Caribbean island
w republic before coming to the United States.
His friends and anti-Trujillo exiles in the United States have char-
I ged that he was assassinated at Trujillo's order in retaliation for writ-
ing the hn k Trnillo has denied the charge. There has been no trace
Sof De Galindez. since he left a classroom at Columbia University last
March 12th. I
ic. ANDRE MOREAU, the tailor who played the fiddle at Saint Pierre's -
r- Fete on July 1st while-'his shop burned, called in at the office of the
M -Sun- to thank us for our note on the incident, but to also make a
a- precision. Instead of $300 worth of records, Mr. Moreau states that
). his disjuetaire was valued at $3,000. Expressing his confusion at
et being unable to write French well (he speaks Spanish), the modest
y 'sinistre' who collects classical records as a hobby, managed, however,
y to confirm in French that the different of one zero is all that separat-'
ed his actual loss from the true 'chiffre. of his loss.
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Barnes Victim of Hit
And Run Driver

SU.S. Embassy Second Secreta-
ry. Kyle D. Barnes was knocked
down, on Tuesday, by a hit and
run cavalierr du volanti on the
.Petion-Ville road as he walked
towards his parked car. Mr. Bar-
nes suffered lacerations on the
face and right side of his body.
He is recuperating at his home
in Debussy.


Off To Switzerland I
On Hotel Scholarship .s

Scholarships to to Hai
students, graduates of the Hote
School have been gri-nted byth
.United Nations. Chnude .Angeil
ci and Goritran Piereere- y
leave on July 18th for Switzer
land for' six Tnonth;, spcializa.
tion. Travel expenses and tit
lion Lees will be paid jointly by
UN and the Haitian Governe,


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tS NDAY, J U L Y 15th 1956 HAITI SN
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SHAITI SUN -. 1. their and to tlhe fina resting
THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER 75 --place-.the river. That teacher A/
.Community Weekly Published Sunilq, JMoriinfg would explain it all to us in such
EDIT~RPRUBLISHER BERNARD DIEDERICH a. -" & way that we could actually
GERANT-RESPONSABLE PAUL E. NAJAC | hear the river and see the f
,, l .- i r e s t a n d m o u n t a in s -
'It's remarkable how many Vu1
LATIN AMERICA CHALLENGES EUROPE FOR TRAVEL DOLLAR Dear tflaiti Sunm, people don't understand the de vUa
meaning of the various operas. L
How tremendous the flow of travel has become between the United It's time somebody suggested Asked the namine of any opera, Lontra
SStfes and its Good Neighhdrs to the south is reflected in an inter- putting all the airlines in. one students will say Ca.rmen or on
tional survey just released by the federal Department of Commerce. building near .:the Immigration maybe eLa Bb6h&m* and know r malen
In 1954 (the last year for which complete figures were available), office. There is, too much utra- absolutely nothing about these eP t
the number of United States citizens departing for or arriving from cas a for. t o uris t s to find operas or why their -names will
S.the Caribbean and South America, reached 896,102. 1elta on the Rue du QU4, live for countless ages. LL.E1ES
SThis the survey shows, was only 49,343 fewer than the 945,536 U. S. RAA in Rue Pav6, Cubana on Instruction in school is the
"citizens who, during the same 12-month period, traveled between their the Rue delay Revolution and Do- easiest way to teach youngsters LA Mi
?homeland and all of Europe and the entire Mediterranean area-long mipican, Airline on the Rue Dan- the meaning of immortality as AS50C
Sthe' overwhelmingly -favorite attraction for globe-trotting Americans. tesJDestouches. The airlines can achieved by famous composers. police!
"Thee o'd statistics further reveal how closely the lands to the south afford .it with their fat profits. The composers of the past had a d "[s
'are pressing Iose across the North Atlaitic for the attention of the So let's thik about the tourists, feelings like ours, their loves ba. )
..most travel-happy people in the world-citizens of the United States (S): A P1atrolt. were and they enjoyed the light- AIRT/
with their well-filled wallets of highly-prized dollars.. er things in life as well as suf- .,
,,And the figure prove conclusively, too, how the two biggest travel bear dlitor, ed rom the same heart-
i"markets--Europe and Latin America-dominate the picture, as toge- First, I would like to com breaks. And yet their es' .
cr-will live forever because oiL their
tr there ,e account for 1,841,638 of the 2,006,259 American citizens who mewt on the Haitian's appecia- putting to mu sic the f theveryday
, were abroad during 1954. tfon of good music. I have heard putng to mutllsic th h rog IAa
MEXICAN TRAVEL NOT INCLUDED wonderful music on the radio events that follow us through .\
In releasing the survey, the Department of Commerce listed these and classical music in the parks, m ar
countries under the Caribbean heading: In the United States there is too rouh music appredition
I n t e U n t d S a t s t e e s i o c la s s e s in th e 's e h o pIs -a c o u nt r y' i
SBritish West Indies, Bermuda, Canal Zone a.d Fanif t-pm-iib" Cu- much crooning, jazz or cha cha i P.O.BOX
!ba, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Haiti, "idW t chas. culae ite .se.h a gnn *
.Indies, Venezuela 'and other Caribbean A 4- 1.. l wfrath the l yirer generation. ao nn
LI -rec all,. many years ago, in -
Under -Southern South America,, the second category oti Jun ior High School, a teacher schools in 'the States have
i n. o .... Iadopted-, the~e types -of; Clais-.s-- ""
rica, it included: Argentina, Brazil, 9hile, Ecuad.6f- .:P ai who used to play classical music ad'pt tiee types ofclasses-- th
'. -."thern South Aterican, 'areas." ... for her students. On the surface s' Hati? This is certainly the
Bedause-itfeltthito'the term touit doenot a t'o'the that doesn't appear .to be an out- most music coLec out country,
4i "n''. ..'" ." a:.'"" % rp ', I'J" h-' .
persons who.jtav4 aDkwnd fortheaiross the bod Z '.p'. standing accomplishment and trLly high' class music, I have
"wo ..ds,.es~- and iweortion-&e' De Lntdid,,ot yet the way she followed the ever visited. Why is -this so? .
s enough wnu erd it 'who aof b. ploys of th6 operas will always
a ; ;;7A LOVER OF CLASSICAL
.,.,Canada'.,' ... '- utain in the memories of her p-
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-J.U'. b,, .",-' .. t .". ,.CLASSI
.,A.. fi.W'toSt. would take a melodious CLASSIFIED ADVT. '
'.. ed or and"ejbutcmplicated piece of music Large house rent. at MontJoli.
N ~ lfek t4i4& U 0ri~ti fir1 an 'purpoe any 7ian it~~ easce-Fr1norain"al.29
es e1.tzraA in xke it I _my dai- Four bedrooms, all convenien-
year th i eat A O &E
~i~ 1~ j:iti.i3 xd'I6& ditdr ....b ''":"a
(} : f -'. e. lthe 1954 4-door Sedabl, Ford, done
": .cr..a.... ^nrts;haealsn.a p"i '...A.' 7..^ wed only .Q miles with one own;
^1 ges. and..*bhitess (a.5auh-,J. ,. ..s'e..:. t.ea.nria.' .r. L.r. s ie ers, er,.d .,new. condition. Has w
r A-LiXH o "ugh b tih'..j.-jetji vl-.radio. Cotact Haiti Su.. 2LA
htT. SXP," ..,.N ". ":.;TU"R ,'.ES.. RS"I,&.'',". *" ". -.:" -'.'en ,,,' ,LA V


8y .Tt annual e~xqnuies y'i14d States resides on their foreign '
a )-this tune eincl.dink. ,i "t.an.d 2Canada- 1ay.riisen from$378,- ".,
so 'WO i and an 'esima-
10,.o in 19 l to .pproximate V si,3b,000,000 il. and an 'estima-'
S4,o500,000,0o0 last year ite rvey. brows, addingg the figures 're-
t tan up-ward trendd haK;.as been so:evident in the last 4 years.*
':Theaverage United 'States tourist visiting Europe in 1954, for instan-.'
6, sIt 5obething. under $1'500, counting both the cost of transpor-
tation and expfditiures. made' while overseas.'
This compared with a $1,369 average in 1951.
UN STILL THE PEAK MO.I. 1 ..
,And, th report adds, while thi't ravel season, has tended to lengthen
4inarecent years, 'the great burden ofjt is still concentrated in the My- '
ugt period, and 'June is the "peak month, with resultant mgonvei-
e or carriers and tourists, alike. .,
;5.""Much can be done,, it suggests, 'to demonstrate th 'advantages
p'iiid attractions of: the off-season travel. '
': Florida, you may recall. was among'the firs to advoc'te'winter, ear- -
'ly spring and fall' vacatiobhs -- although it' tourist lusiiness now has
;-`ttained the maturity of year-round soundness. f"' "
I.BUT IT WORKS BOTH WAYS ",* 'p
.",&.'To bring, the picture into proper perspective, the Survey explains "
..that internatorial travel, is by no means a one-way movement It in- !
.ildudes travel both' to .and from the UnitRed States.
s.. 'Some two billion dollars -'ere spent on international travel in 1i5 .
_'4,-one and bone-hal billion by U.S. residents traveling abroad,' the
balance,- approximately half a billion dollars by foeigii visitors
,,'.in the United States. '
..MAIN SOURCE 0 TFRAV EL 4
What this all means to foreign countries is summed up as 'follows:.
i?! 'Travel is a major source of dollar exchange for them. In 1954, ira-
Svel expenditures of U.S. residents accounted for'7 per cent of total
foreign dollar receipts through the sale of goods and services to -the
United Stites.
-For Europe. alone, expenditures by U.S. residents traveling abroad
* amounted to $520,000,000 and accounted for over 10 per cent of dollar
earnings from the United States.' By Ned Aitchison, Miami Herald
Travel Editor.

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Dr :EKMAN'S VISIT TO NAVASSA

but" 50 km. west of Cap des Ir6is, the western extremity of the
ew ieemnsula of Hispaniola, there lies in the Caribbean Sea
s -mai islandby'the name of Navassa. Seldom visited, and apparently
'0l[U value whatsoever, it was p-actically a no man's land, although
~biC o cwsidered to form a paft of the Republic of Haiti In 1857,
?l'6eer; a certain Peter Duncairn discovered deposits of guano on the
2 l~ad," and- formed a company to; work these, taking, by the way, the
jilaud in possession for the United States- of America. Haiti protested
Sthis,-as she considered, flagrant defiance pf her rights, but
avail1; add so the United States became as a matter of fact if not
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N'l'4.Nvassa' Island (Spanish 'exported as guano. The vegeta-
.as aFrench lie La Navase) ion varies accordingly.. Toward
'tApproximatively -the fo.a the margin of the table-land fo-
". :Ia'rightangled triangle, with rest prevails; in the centre it is
#Af'rpo, use toward .south- replaced by grassy fields form-
t. It.'s.skjj art about 4-; 35; ing small savannas. The forest
''w2.loAn. resp., which wotd is low, the trees are stunted,
r 'g;: ace area..'of..3;5 bq. though qften with thick trunks.
.Apccordpng to -the 'sea-cart Characteristic. of Navassa is the
A\tpe-1lid is 75 n. above small -number of species involv-
.I...'*el. Although exactly om ed..Only four species of trees
irolongation of'the La Hot.e could be 'labelled as common, to
,in southwestern/ Hispanjo- wit, Ficus Populnea var., Side-
2tavassa is not coripeeted with roxylon foetidlsslmum. Coecolo-
1..by; any sublitoral platform, ba laurifolia, and Metophn Brow-
j.of the sea beyond the nel. Scattered occur: Pseudopho.
[ I ):2blatform reaches at eni Navassana, Bumella navassa-
vs'&fathoms '(915; m.), and ma, while Fagaka martinieensis
'.. Mtle.to the south-even 1900 aid Colubrina feruginosa are
%tdiins (3475 m.) Further west rare. Shrubs are few. e. g; Piso..
%:""i' bttom slopes geitiy'upward ni discolor var;. Sehoepflia obo-
assaLwhk ...^i-~r~~',Prms vata, and Duranta erect, while
4. ii.: dla 1'a.L." ...i.- vines .and epiphytes are nearly
'urf oeo-'.- "tavassa absent. Here and there in the.
..i.;';pst,:. Qi t marjy age.+ roresA one comes upon small
2are Inot au'"unta Ml- flats, with reddish soil, apparent-
asoMe,.eor0.1aL wr' seen. ly old sink holes filled detritus.
W ^ .he'Mipd .:*ay be In such places' one finds Cype-
.1JS.', .'ita ."Hotte. r.us Planifolius var., C. tenuis,
t."! e. ,limestone and Paspalim glabrmn, mostly
-Ia'riddisb-bown. accompaii&d with some of the
jj fWls s be'a petri- ver present weeds.
All i W"oif' alian nature. Toward the'centre "#6,f..t'e. is-
h i..re.sioii of.this rock be 'and the forest changes' .it cha-
I .. Navassa 'mus-ut have racter,or ,ls replaced b34jr afo-
ebmparatively nearly in rementionod savannas. Trhe Me-
'Quaternary age., opium dominated, with Thrinax
"t'. d" ateL. tt; island ... h.4.landinah Schoepfia,- Euge,
limiti : ;,aIh Wan at 4 .
tio, 'judgb- by' A64? 'i uiltlaik anid'Psychotria.spi
oks of the vegetation, andge by w fa that cacti a farly was carried on, not without dif-
5!. litA- Jn.%,any caltse there A W ^a sloe> nl-
I >,' a he 18W ,"Eheh the company failed'.
4aprolonged dry season. The a Navassa had, however, been put
al rainfall probablyy does riot n ap o S, n t
gz':eVteed 800 mm. This seems low,' on the map, so to say, and stay-
asm h a, the adjoining there. In connection with the
ip.rasnvuch aq the adjoining re-
gins of Haiti, e. g. Dame-Marie building of the Panama Canal a
,,lns of Haii, e. g. D M lendid lijht4ouse was erected
\.ai.d Anse-d'Hainault, have .abun-
:,an.t .ainfal, probably about there; no doubt a-costly under-
,,, mm. nurig a hmith'; so taking, since all necessary build-
l&.iin" Dame-Marie, however, be brought fro afar.
0-g.Ould observe, how the terrific
R0OWrpoirs which drench this The 'lighthouse was compileet-
-town every afternoon. regularly ed Oct. '21, 1917, axd since then
Vie wtrn but and disappear over, the two powerful, beams of light

in -the direction of Navassa. sweep the horizon every night,
t.';&: ,me' 6f them reach the island, with the regularity of a pendu-
I i.ler.theless. generally 'late in lum, to quote S:'IIOUZITR, _Dic-
L: the evening. tionnaire Geographique et Ad-
,.o. surface water-course exist ministratif d'Haiti, part III,
.6h NaLvassa. The drainage is ef- p. 308, Port-au-Prince, 1928.
R*':..fectedi by rock fissures. Some During th.e war, a troop of
tsv.:wgter is retained in holes on the U.S. Marines wps detached to
s; urface of the limestone, 'ahil the Island. Now"it is inhabited
"Lmay bery welcome- to the -bnly by the keeliers of the light-
?*'.htruty wanderer. Such as con- house. Witli, the increasing fre-
-. tI'...itois in this respect are today 4uency of steamers passing the
.. ey have evidently been since island& on their way to and from
-. he island emerged witness Panama, Navassa has become
he bsenee of any'ravines what- quite 'well-known, at least to
s;.s0rver. The percolating water seafarers. The watr is deep to
,:inmay cause undergronng exeava, the very edge of the:'rcks, and
P.,:. tonss as proved by the frequent the big liners pass very, close,
.oecurence of. sink holes. There treating their passengers 'to a
S'is only one very tiny spring, in view of this strange shore. No
L .-cave hewn out of the cliffs at friendly beach beoons the visit
.the edge ofh e e sea, east from ors here, stern cliffs rise defiant-
.ba: landing-place., ly out of 3 tumultuous sea,' and
A : .Although the island fror 'the any vessel venturing too close
V...-sea makes the impression of be- would unfailingly come to grief.
lag. level, it is, ini fact. somewhat No doubt this sheer inacces-
plate-shaped; that is 'the margin sibiLity of the island is the reason
;..of the table-land is as a rule a why it has heen so flagrantly ne-
'"little higher than the centre. The glected by bonanists. As far as
4NE rocks differ, too, those of the my knowledge goes, it-may have
,' margin being of the so-called been visite-i only once by a bo-
i..dog-tooth type .(Sp. Diente deA tanist. viz. my celebrated count-
.;.;*: "pe'ro. Creole. Roche-a-Ravets), zy-mani OLaF SWARTZ. on his
*,"': pitted and !acerated into sharp voyage to the West Indies, 1784-
" points and ridges, while those 86. SWARTZ mentions, however,
S 'in the centre of the island are 'only two plants, to wit, Lithophi;
^ :. '.less eroded, mostly covered by la muscoides and Rhachleallis'
I' a thin layer of reddish soil. In americana, as having been obser-
.! passing, it is this soil that was ved there. Both plants can ease-
s,.' **" ...


L ISLAND
y be identified from a boat if
'lose enough, and thus I suspect
hat SWARTZ never went as-
-ore. Or has he perhaps only
*een dried specimens in Herb.
3anks?

* Having the 'poor result of
WA, Zvisit In mind, I was
f' the opinion that 'an excursion
o Navaka wduld' not be worth-
rhile. 'Haitian' fisheiman told
ne;, however, that there really
as' vegetation on the Island.
'hey even mentioned a dAta-
dlern, i.e. somne' sort f-a palm,
s being very abundant there.
.'his stimulated' my curiosity,
.nd I began to/plague th6 bold
ailors of Western Haiti with my
rejects. The idea of sailing
orth into the vast stretches of
pen sea, 'which separates Na-
iassa from the mainland,
ind that in the cyclone season,


was received with a marked lack
of enthusiasm: and I was on the
point of abandoning all hope,
when at last Captain, Henry, of
Anse-du-Clere. succumbedl to
the lure of many American dol-
larsn, and promised to take. me
to Navassa. We left Jeremie at
noon. Oct. 16, 1928, and favoured
by a strong sea wind, raised Na-
vassa early iext morning Oct.
17.

* Seen from the east, the island
resembles nothing so much as a
gigantic battle-ship, with the
lighthouse for a mast.. It rises
abruptly -ouat of the sea, forming
a level table-land. What from a
distance appears to. be a glisten-
ing beach reveals itself on closer
jui'.pcetion to be..a low terrace,
,about 10 meters high, and abso-
lutely inaccessible from the sea.
I kmew from the sea-chart that
tLcre should be some sort of '
la iding-place on the southwest
side, i.e. on the lee shore. ThusF
we steered round the southern


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me to grasp 'the ladder, and, I-.
clrnkted up, eager for my fi.st
glimpse of the Navassa lora.-..
Not very encouraging, to tell the:..
truth. Nothing but common
weeds, i the greatest' profusion!
A narrow-gage railroad In fair-.
ly good repair leads eastward on '.
the terrace from the landing-.,:
place, ascending suddenly t ".
steep slope of the table-land.
Here I had my first oqMwrtmni-.:
ty' to study the cforesta of Na-,
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Dr..KMN VISIT' TO NAVASSA ISLAND

-'(Cqntnsued ..9m page 6) Rhachicallis americana. The ve- twigs and sticks for the
"-'.., : getation of the Iower terrace is The frigate* bird (Fregat
s Aithlelbefore I recognized it to .formed by,4stuhted specimens of <;icews) lilkewise nests
-a-. a ..-'vr peulromo F,..be
'..a 'ery pecuarform.of F. p"- the same :rees as on the table- 'assa, although not in
puihl.ea WILD. S"'" i, land, here reduced to shrubs of- comparable to the i
i..I;n' e mnanwhilYe I had 'ari'v- teni over ope fobt high. Vice ver- (.ula leucogastra, S.
.'d:;at the .Ulghthou'se, where I sa, both Rhachicallis and Litho- and S. coryis Mayna
,wat. kindly made welcome by philw a-may be found high up on last-mentioned accordfn
J '!!BIUSSELL DUNAJA, Badti- 'the sklpe -f the table-land, the for Lonnberg probably only
i reU.S.A., the keeper of 0he ier here attaiing,the. uDnsual phase of piseator), and
jhtSuse,.and by his assistants, size of nearly 2 m. mniuch in the same way,
o ;:.igenteemen' fromin P, ointo Rico. It struck,'me immediately 'that lowing itself to be take
0. HIDUNAJA proved toG'h.. oiot sq many. of the, trees on'.Navassa nest, just like the eboolt
o'nfily.. excellent companion "n have. frufits that' are eaten .by their nesting ltrd is Me
^iiaiy-'itcrsions On the island du birds; to -be precise,"by the pI- na anaetheta recognita.
dlitthB' weeRlt.hat.. 4ltowed'.. geons, Colamba.sqUam, sa and to: speculation in what
:. 1ihis ; asst 1,m .r C. Ibephala tb6fh abundant to what degree these bi
r tnar.m .list of Nbvassa plntst, on the island. .This offers :asug- influenced plant life,.on
5o ulie ;een cosideably gestion as. to ho plant life may They may. by. their d
.1.ih ... !. '. :;ve 'been brought' to Nvassa saturate the soil with
Ki, ..e.' vegetation of the savai- after the emergence of the is- .beyond the toleration ]
Saa'1s'.f.omnnql' arly-exclusivbly- land out of- the Quaternary, sea. ma'y plants; partlculh
vy$'i0*w$6r*olxs .rndicus. At.. ..the Yet .it would evidently be a mis- trees" Vice versa, the w
....f-lw est trsi ma :b take -"to .ty 'to, credit 'the birds tably found of rich soil
.iepa 'ed by vast, coloniess, of for Having brought to Navassa tes;.mayhave'been.fayv
ifeds,.suh.as'Cabns ,llpfn, not introduced there -their development ;b3
i/ .:pOcm ., byma ., Ifact=.ann' atte-pt ato bids, '. .
o ellaneiw, Sili.ch.,. or1 explain h.w eoach and every plant l.had been '.told.tha
n.ip -bee Pancn hitcaut
Th 'gr:0pus bi c. "aiee .that grows on the-island happens excption of a.,Vireo';no
'aheis .of Thrlax occuth '.hre t6 be there is bound-to fail One ire known tonest on
.d ,.'y.e.i 'nd paricuaily'.' could have expected that on an To 'my.surprise I '.fou
4Athe ,westb' panrt .of thetisland, island like. Navaisa, which, must ever, quite a few landbi.
Apt tshi and. tle,i.riou hav'ein'rged-outof the sea, and' Ie
and te s, -.mention, participating
'xL lMoot# doimmnis.' WhietA e' i that' comparqtively recently, no .terminations,' a flycatc]
,idtis to Ihiri to ;aw':' ....s.. otber pl-wts would be found than 'rannus d.-domlancensis);
4 k'o. 'grow "ti 'a t odcl mal
o. grow, Molu: i\-^ uI,. 'uchas jcur on some of the .slUlly small cuckoo .bit
"1 a..p$$4Munddg.' u sl "ampi-icanus);, .O
: flibOstylis C .larger and. c.. zus amican C
|& r Ayeana psila' .i i' sliainds..Yet.this Is y 'no ani; a ground dove (C
'k eedIeeq. to-.tate ,.t 1ihis je.i.s.n-the cAse.'Quite.a- number Ha passerina); and V
.for..al ts'.fsrelness' in' of: Nava-sa plants,; td Wit,, 'Bul- otivaea. 'Some of these s
?|ttte e-q, 6e i e1 si'fed lostylis crasnvla, Peudophoe- seeing, howeverr, to be sl
.p.. ,AMVe.cnenn' the severest '.of.nl .navassana, "lea pefragftis, fereht'froni. .lirds of t
^hdrougbti;,Tl'e root' of .tees like 'Tuph6rbla hepatica,., 0. punUa species, as I have' le
:;rit;.tbeKi.is enetrate into 'the'rdck N ashli Masnmillaria'.-.'Lkman1 know''them in Haiti. ]
fiksh .astphhhing deiths. :Bime navassna;- either do. dare to suggest,. in r
1'0.lth 6ium-'h.eds,. if necesga., no"'ot.ur or-tAhe Grepter Antil- ignorance. of ornitholo
'r, 'all'i's .'aves Fn. winter;. T.hth les a.';air,,,r else, only on some, essess, 'tiaLthere may
.avat.. plants belong g' tq Ijf& i al' keys .off, the mtLinlabds.' ahdescrbed subspecie-
S.\ep ty '.p. .s xeronlbes.'. thld -Thiey'seem to belong to.ca certain atoun&i on .Navassa. As
'aelia 'succulents, the grasses. type;' of plantsi grgving j just- on ed above, t"ie 5en
ait ldges re'y means lslndsiike-Navassa'e.g Curagao, sqa a and .,e
S 'i i, Ve1 m eaaaso -i s t i a d C. : :,, o p
''of thelr6 brought i'4nd:fer.sist Mona, Sa'Qna, the.'lkeys -off Cuba, are .oniumon o4i Naviasi
:ipsl, .. .n..and..t.w.eM .defy. ., lesse"Bhamas etc. With- nest there. A awalldvw
.beA ySason liere in tl :same 'otLsuggestan '-any kind of con- served in". g' eat numb
ay.as teyd 4wit.. -in nectonj tnst .eall the attention' may' have been a. mig
th, dfL. xl.,W; n.te. har en i ... .
t-'C'lorbth rp^t-oxotinate- of the' reader td thg. fact that owl- has'been seen'and
l I "'"ktbea ,et:'k ruals on there are birdsba .vlg more or peatedly by the keeper
,4 .0a, a- 3or Aiuta .33 per liss the same distr'bution, for lighthouse.. At least tw
i. thi .'total ''",niiber of ist., the'. ibooblesav (species of of (booby) nest on tb
"ibars ..mute"witness 1t6 Sula). Tfiese" l*lrds may have, Curiously enough, no'
't~i'efficsiy their means '&dof influened fW" regetatlon of Na- terns were ssen, but M
"'proetio- :' vassa, thoughh 'scarcely by en-- assured me. that some
"' isp..'.ipri...sg ...i, *' rtiching it. Nohing impresses the hest on .Na"assa which
irt.s' sprising, iit'-, how casual visitor to Navassa miore tom the''iland when t:
Spoorly.the halophytes arp repre 'than the. enormous abundance seasp.n is over. .
ae6: edt on.Navassa. I spent many there of the..said birds. -Already North Ametian mig
'i."ldrs .'ow.the"'.low terrace, mak- o01 apprdachlng the' island 'the& had just arrived, whe
ngpaffljpiufl progresss on the knife afr becomes .alive with them. On to Navassa. I shot, or
;sharp' mestones, .in..the glaring closer inspectioni the trees seei the -folowni,:" the
ihn'(Me-1e1_n-byle .a.bon;
'1Iot.al suInlight, .often jumping to be'loaded dowii with', birds,. (Mgaeryle al.yon);
o'&evasses where a misstep the atmosphere reeks with the4 and-white warbler (Mi
i... ,vAss~es Where a misep 'i
t*'14yi 'Mhave meant loss of limb fumes of .their d'rop)pings, the ria); the palni warbler
fi'l.'and all' in vain. I' could ground- belbw. the trees Is white ca p piiaru); the
'"lo te&,np other hmilophytes than from .thir., excrenents, -and day (Seiuru aiuricapillis);
Sthoose mentioned by Swai; to and night filled by. .their raucouS' land yellow-throat' C
. rpet, Lithophila muscoides and calls. They Are forever. carrying, triehas); the red start
.. .. ruticilla); the'peregrii
'' ": Falco peregrinus anati
"' .. '' were others which I c
,; -identify. The. prairie
"" '; ......1 ." "' "' (Dendroiea disooar)
5 "I' .'"-= ,
.,, ;.: ...... ... cuous by its absence.
'. .: -.. '. very -common ii Haiti'

'''iK 'v' "My .birds have been
i controlled by Prof. DY
"- berg (Stockbolnr).
.. '..',, C lPA f OOWWCAIVA" A bat (Otopterusv
.wrw fffrrrna fide E. Lorrberg) was
L"F:' '. f l3' WlLvL LIO CxA a cave in the-norther
t'. i'- '" .. *he island.
A4QJ^1C rJ1tW a 1iAf hA *o Small lizards are
6&'L ._ 4tW. cg It Tm lm recall vaguely that a 1I
D .EP RT de RAuY Pour toutes InfOPmations resembling the rhino
"VaS iaimi... e tReservationsooye#vdli na, of Haitl, is know
M iRMi Maeoie5AMEoi- RfNT DEVO7RGES ou la on Navassa, but I did
imi ves C.Tj. at SmN-JU.N .. -n nor has Air. Dunaja
S' juuoi at DIMRMCnE_ PAVE upon it. Thrpre dSe no
,...'.." '* y Phone.3725.2,391.- Navassa. ,
There is a rumou
". ,- iiri RePUBU-QUE ", that cattle were i,,tro
N ,.. Navassa bv the Span
,.r -; f- f/ ^, .t. ....Y. left there to multiple
:.: .*" --- '\ QJo7 POnTO'.mn as. it may, there are
i @^^J'iii. '-'"^^ 'r'<. j. cattle on Navassa t
were any bones fount
'* -contrary, the goats,


eir nests.
a. magni-
on Na:-
numbers
:boobies"
pis;eator
.rd, the
g to prof..
y a dark
behaves
even al-
en off its,
bies. 'Ano-'
blanoster-
It is Open
ray and
[rds have
Navassa.
roppings,
nitrates
>oint of.
Early the
reeds, no-
l in nitra-
oured in
r. these
wNlth:, the
landbifds'
INavassa.
nd, how-'
rds there.
'exact de-
her (Ty-
; and unu-
rd (CocCy-
tretophaga
;hamaepe-
ireosylvia
sb'. birds
ightly dif'
he same
mined -',to'.
I scarcely
y. gross
)gical fi-.
'be some
s winging:
s mention-
Columba
nco eph~ala
a. and'may
'Was 7o-
ers, but
rant. An
heard re-
ds of the
o species
e island,
gulls or
[r. ,Dunaja
SseabijMs
disappear
he nesting
rant birds
n I came
observed,
kiigfisher
the bWick-
ilotllta va
S(Dendr4i-
oven bird
the Mai'y-
GeOthlypb
l.(SWophaff
ie falCom
aOn). Theie
could not
Swarblez
was, conspi
since it. ii
w may be

named 01o
r. E. Lonn
waterhousi
s taken il
rn part o

common.
arge lizard
ceros igua
n to occuI
not see il
ever comic
o snakes oi
r in Hail
'duced int
iards,- an
t. Be thi
no wit
oday; no
I. On th
once intr


duced, seem to thrive wonder-
'filly well. I have seen herds
of 40-50 .individuals of all colors
and, sizes frolicking among the
rocks. In the dry season they
seen to. be somewhat pressed
for food. They nibble the hard
leaves of the Thrinax, -and split
the succulent 'Melocactus with
their sharp hoofs. Dogs and cats
have-also run wild, through the
former now seem to have disap-
peared. Needless to say that
ther.a are rats on Navassa.
SThe number of vascular plants
observed on, Navassa is 102. Pos-
sibly 44 of these are indigenous
to the island. In the. list given


VILLA (


below those 'are marked fwi .
an asterisk. Seven; or may bl"-
eight, species and two varidlies'!.
are known to occur only on s-
vassa. Unless "otherwise stated;m
the plants listed occur on all the.
surrdinding Greater Antilles'
The identification 'of my herba-
rium material has been kindly'
verified by Prof. Dr. Ign. Urban' ":
in Berlin. Descriptions of theai
new species,will be published .
in another. paper. ..
iPort-au-Prince, Nov. 1928. ',.
Extracted from aPlants of Nj."I-
vassa Island, West Indlem .
by E. L. Ekma.. "i
)Stockolm 1929.)


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Every., Copfort --Utmost Courtesy ,
A jhee where, you can' enjoy yourself. with the '
most puar musical numbers. .
Sttvitgp native dances and shows '.
NeW'.PrograMa Every Night .
It's a thrill to enjoyyourself at the VOODOO CLUB
Take a your friends'with you to VOODOO -CLUB "
Wiile' in Port au Princp, do not fail to '
incli d VOODOO CLUB in your amusements.
OP. EVERY EVENING FROM-9 P.M. TO......
AT ,CARREFOUR (3 Minutes '-ide from City)
telephone 2147 C)
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,,.- TOURS AND TRAVEL SERVICE ._. _.__.-_.__
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,' visit to. Haiti is not complete with.4t a tripj to the Citad-
eAL We specalize In the Citadel Excursion. Sightseeing Tours.
.Or Experienced-Guides Speak English.
Jr'" .P.. BOX 312 & JS^.^^._
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Phone 7761
Organizer .of. Tours In Haiti
SCohata-tiekets on Sale at
PetionViJllq and Cap-Haitian
Offices


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JACQUES LAFLEUB
179.Ave. Magloire Ambroise
Phone 2981


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Phone: 2061
P. 0. Box: 433


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SUGGESTIONS FOR THIS WEEK


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Island.
Haiti Sun (your newspaper) in collaboration with La...
Belle Creole (your shopping center) have put out this
section of the newspaper in order to give you information/
that will help you to make your stay not, only pleasant but
profitable. ..
We are always at your Service, for any information you-
may need.
HAITI SUN
LA BELLE CREOLE



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IN PORT-AU-PRINCE
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NATIONAL PALACE




M Ae'


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

NATIONAL MUSEUM








Champ de Mlars
Open dally except Sundays

PALAIS DES BEAUX ARTS







Aux Palmlstes, Exposition Groundl
Open daily from 9 5
Art Exhibitions

MUSEE DU PEULE HAITIEN






Aux Palmistes, Exposition Grounds
Open dally from 9 5
For further Information
see your Travel Agent


FOYER DES ARTS PLASTIQUES








Aux Palmies, Exposition Grounds
Open d from 9 5
Permanent Art Exhibitions


ART CENTER

Roe de la
RIvolution


Phone: 2055


Open daily except Sunday from u I
Current Art Shows


IRMi MARKET


6I~


Grand'Rue
OP-n daily from 6 4
Special Market days on Saturdays


METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL ,

A BASLIQUE
de Notre-Dame
(Catholic)




Petion Plaza
Open dally from 4 6

COLONIAL CATHEDRAL


SOldest Church
Sin Port an Prince
S For visit hours see
0 Your Travel Agent


Petlon Plaza
Open dally

ESPISCOPAL CATHEDRAL







Rue Payee (Near PAA Offices)
Open dafiy
Famous for its beautlhd HMaitl Mirael


THEATRE DE VERDURE


Aux Palmlstes, Exposition Grounds
Open Tuesdays and Thursdays
Evening for folklore shows


STADIUM PAUL E. MAGLOIRE


Rue Durand
Boxing and Trqck Field evmts.
Football (Soccer) Matcha
Thrice a week at night
For further Information Phme: M

COCK-FIGHT ARENA







Aux PalmlsLes. Exposition Grounds
Eight Saturdays afternoons
and Sundays morning


UNDERSEA GARDENS


Iroquois


Port-au-Prince Bay
Glass bottom boat leaves
Daily Casino Pier 9:306 a.m


La Belle Cr6ole




Rue Rous


The Caribbean's Most
Unique Shopping Center
Open daily from 8 5 Phone: 317T

MUSICAL FOUNTAIN






CitO de I'Exposition, Exposition Grounds
Classical Concerts
all Wednesday and Sunday nights
from 7 10 p. m.

PLACE DES HEROS






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

PETION DESSAIJNXS


Roe G
Mir Guleoux


Open daily except Sunday


VILLA
CREOLE

Buffet Creole Musie
Sepelalities and
Barbecue Dancing


Monday & Thursdays


Bols Verna
Open 24 Hourm


RENDEZ VOUS


Clit de I'Exposttion
Alr-condltioued Bar-dancing
Open from sunset lo sunrlsing


Le Perchoir




Boutillers
S Worldranowned
Mountain-top Reslaurant,
Dancing and Gift Shop
Phone: 2105

CASINO INTERNATIONAL






CIO6 de I'Exposition
Gambling and Dancing
Open every night
Floorshow on Wednesdays Phone: 3076


CABANE CHOUCOUNE



Choueoune




P6tionvlle
Famous Nightclub
Open on Saturday Nights Phnea M -

HOTEL RIVIERA




HOTEL


Phone: 31i1
Martissant
Air-condltioned Bar Dancing
Excellent orchestra, folklore floorshows
I
EL RANCHO HOTEL







Pdtionville
Dinner dances on Mondays, Thursdays
and Fridays
Phone: 788


HOTEL IBO LELE '

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Petlonville
Dinner dances on
Tuesday and Fridays Phone: 7888
SHANGO ROOM

THORLAND CLUB


Carrefour Road
Swim cocktails
Tennis


Phone: 24


NAL. BANK OF THE REPUBLIC


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Geffrard Square .,
Open daily except
Saturday and Sundays from 9 I .
Phone: 22603
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ROYAL BANK OF CANAA D.






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


AM LINES





PAA- Phone: 145
KLM- Phonf: 23
DELTA- Phoae: 32
CUBANA Phone: 2a
AVIATION ADH- Phone: 2618
"'Companla Dominteana de Aviadon...3M


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Trans-Atlantic ................................ 26 .
W astley .....................................' u. 3
Hamburg American:...................221 3486
Alcoa S S.....................................2.. 76
Royal Netherlands Navigation......... 346i
Lykes Bross. S. S Co...................... 3721
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CA'HOLIC SERVICES
Cathedral: 4, 6, 7:30 and 8:30 am.
Sacre-Coeur: 5:30, 7. 8:30 a.m.
St. Anne: 4,"7 and 8 am.
St Gerard: 4, 5:30 and 8:30a.m. :
St. Louis de France! 8 and a.m.
.Slxtine Chapel (Cite de l'Exposlitonj
10 a.mn.
SL Pierre (Pdtionville): 4, 8. 9
and 9:30 a.m.
Ste. Thirise (P6dtlonvifle): 6 am.
EPISCOPAL
Cathedral: French 6 and English 7 a.m. ,.
French 8 a.m.
Baptist Church: 9 and 10 a.m.
Presbyterian: 9 and 10 a.m.
METHODIST
ST. PAUL A.M.E.
4-6 a. m.-9-11 a. m.
11:30 12:30 English
7-9 p m. Evening -
METHODIST CHURCH:
Rue de la Rivolution:
7:00 Engl-sh-9:00 Fren-ch
6:30 Evangelistic service In ere
BUREAU DU TO.IiSME "3 -
Avenue Marie-Jeanne. "
Cite de I'-xposltion '" "
Phone: 2618 :
Office hours: 8-1 p.m.


4 6dfe 4& FRE POjRTSYOPS 0t. 61'N


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On this beautiful day (the days are always beautiful in
Haiti) we wish to extend to you our heartiest welcome.
We, as well as everyone in Haiti, want you to have a very '
pleasant and enjoyable stay in this lovely and hospitable


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"AN UNF*RGWTTAYRLE EXPE*IUNCU


iaytian Rhum:
urn Babancouirt
aytian Music:
b Most Complete
sorhment of the
W iousRytna.
tayta Voodoo Ispired

i.lyf.ian Mahoganyware
Hind ted Tissue
Fnaytian Sculptored Mahogany

^"Hatrtian Turtle-shell Jewelry
SJewelry from all over the
World
IExquisitely Beautiful
-,KBeaded Bags
4 Hand-embroidered Blouses,
.';Skrt, etc.
ifHand-painted, Skirts,
SKerchiefs, Stoles, etc.
SHaytian Paintings
I, Haytian Ceramics
U aytian Postcards
';(we rnmail them for you).





':: Unusual among Gift Shops of
.the world, is the branch of LA
SBJELLE CREOLE located on
Sthe terrace of the -LE PER,
S'CHOIR, the famous restaurant
, on. top of BOUTILLIERS
SMoUNTAIN, overlooking Port
r:. u Prn.

F. Through the wide windows
t f Le Perchoir Gift Shop the
:. shopper's eyes are drawn from
Sthe attractive show cases, to the
5breath-taking beauty or nearly
Stwo. thousand square miles of
*-"i -spiola!s plains, mountains
..and vn, lying 3.300 feet below.
SF tious, and always cooL
Se PNrchoir Gift Shop offers
,the same high quality French
Serfpunes. Haitien jewelry, dan-
-dkcraft, books, paintings and
,i-undreds of other gift items,
'assembled from the far corners
:. of the earth, as in the mother
store. L.a Belle Creole, in town.
Us1,';' .


In Portmau-Primnce
everybody meets at
iThe Fountain in
La Belle Creole for
Fruit and Fruit Juices
Eggs and Omelettes
Waffles and Hot Cakes
Soft Drinks, Beer
Crisp and Cold Salads
Chef's Special
Sandwiches
Ice Creams, Sundaes
Cigars and Cigarettes






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


4qift shop

The prices, the fixed prie 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 snack of sandwiches, ca-
ke, ice cream, while shopping.
The combination of cool com-
fort, spectacular vdew, excel-
lent merchandise, and refresh-
ment, make a shopping trip to
LE PERCHOER G=FT SHOP
a pleasant and profitable ex-
perience a high spot indeed
in vour travels.


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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
tel 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
step at the Dominican border
20 miles away.
Whether it's a thick state-
side steak or an ethereal Ruin
Souffl6, Le Perchoir food is
superbly prepared and elegant-
ly served. F61lix 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 ban dine on
excellent Italian food and 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 rhuin-
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 put
on by the talented National
Folklore Troupe.
Around the curve of the bay
is the newly remodeled Hotel
Riviera with its huge air-con-
ditioned Bamboche Room and
circular bar. The bar's revol-
ving center serves as the stage
vldnel Desgrottes tri-lin-
-'al crooning and a nightly
Inn show The white-faced Ban-
'. dancer is iinsky's in rever-
-. a comedian par excellence.


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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 IboLele on Fri-
day evenings during the Sea-
son. The El Rancho features Ti
Ro Ro, Haiti's number one dru-
mmner, and members of the NA-
tional Folklore Troupe on
Friday evening and other spe-
cial dance nights which vary
according to the season. Hotel
Dambala has a Saturday night
chicken barbeque beside its illu-
minated pool, with and orches-
tra providing music for outdoor
dancing on its marble patio. The
Villa Creole's Big Night is
Thursday evening with a Hai-
tian Buffet served beside its
pool in a gala tropical garden
decor and, of course, dancing.
The roof garden at Hotel Chou-
coune is open for dinner dan-
cing Monday and Wednesday
nights during the season.
On Saturday evening Petion-
rifle's thatched-roofed night"
club, Cabane Choucoune, is the
mecca of the Capital Elite and
visitors. Alternating orchestras
thrdb 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 rbambochesD or non-reli-
gious dances held-in open cton-
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
Rlendez-vous across form tle
International Casino goes strong.
until all hours. And along
about 1 a. m., the joint is usual-
ly hopping with oldtimne AmeL


rican favorites,'such as-Alexan-
der's Ragtime Band.
For dinner munnus 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-iPrince, Aux Cosaques 'is
known for its tasty.. flaming
lobster and other typically HaL
tian dishes. The Savoy, just
off the Champs de Mars, offers
either Haitian or American
foods and if you are really ho-
mesick for southern fried chie-
ken that is just where, you'll
find it a block from the Na-
tional Palace Chanticleer,
tucked away in Bois Verna, is
the latest addition to the swart
eating houses in Port-au-Prince
Open all night.

It's- a LA BELLE CREOLE
AND HAITI SUN
Publicity Creation
Cliches made by Ed. PELOUX
Printed by. Impriimerie de i'Etsat
Copyright and rights reserved
Designed JAilfredo Garcia-Gara-
by -1mendi and Rosario
L Franco de la Rosa


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favorite friendly Newspaper.

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'-.* want to bee-
S 0TOne acquanm-
I ted with Hai-
S ti there are
Many intere-
sting trips
Which afford
-a close-up of
#. ~ Haitian life
Which you cannot gain if you
confine your sight-seeing to the
city.
* Most of these trips can be
.made in conventional automo-
biles, others require the more
versatile jeep to navigate the
rough spots and river crossings.
All of them can be made in sa-
fety.










There is a Hertz-Drive-it
Yourself Agency in town where
you can rent a car or a jeep at
reasonable rate; or you can,
rent ears, with or without
chauffers, eelsewhere. The Hai-
tian Air Force provides safe
and efficient air transport to
most important points in Haiti
at very reasonnalble rates. Aslk
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


app
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For
FRENCH LIQUORS


TflA VEt SUGGESTIONS


(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
conversational 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, unbelie-
eable and unforgettable view
3 u ride 10 miles from Pnrt-aiin-
Prince, through the pretty little

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-nrm of Petinnville, then up. a
winding mountain road, borde-


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
and night club, its Terrn-ace 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 CITADELLE
This trip is .an experience in
history and geography. It is an
adventure and a pilgrimage
which you must not miss.








If you have the time, wve re-
comnend that you take three
days and go to CapfHaT'tien by
car. Its about 170 rnmiles 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-


hour of this trip will be full of
unforgett ible impressions.
If yvn, ,. '-,i i, -e,
you can -0ly to *he Cr.e in 45.
minutes, and can nmke .e- h -n-
tire pilgrimage in a si.rmi, dy.


JACMEL.-
If you want another trip off-
the-beaten track go to Jacmel,
on Haiti's south coast. Jacmel,
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. Jacmed 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, practifcal-
ly every mile of which has a
river crossing. Near Jacmel is


For
HAND
BEADED
BAGS


one of Haiti's most beautifuU..
beaches, Raymond les Baita.',`
Two hotels there, dean
comfortable. Plan to stay over-E
night at least..!
FORET DES PINS ,|
(Pine Forest) .^||
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In south-east Haiti, a drive'V.l
some 60 miles from Port-av.
Prince is a beautiful pine foe
at an elevation of about 7,0O
feet. To arrive at this 150,00
acre forest, one drives through,
the rich sugar cane lands-.,.:a
the Cul de Sac plain, '.te
through and aid region of ca
tus to the edge of Lake. Eta
Sumnatre, famous' sat lake,-.
fested with crocodiles, lying '
the frontier of the Dominis.
Republic. There the climb.
mences to the cool Pinie For
This trip wil) take alld^'
returning to your hotel ed
cocktails and dinner. Ptayo
through a number r of small
tian towns and villages, it',B^
fords a variety of impressi6.
of Haitian life and geograp
Take a wrap for your,
its cool up there. o 'fLk. i


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.apoleo-sSister Tk -.ibulth There. aNeptunian or ,cPLutonxian. wat- those visitors who find Vihy,.;g
Gc1 Mo er Sistma Sai Nea Gonaives ers. And an the other akid, the Chatelguyon, and Mx4iesiBaIDU
1f 'Gel M'der Th rmal Station Near Gonaives electric reactivity of these wat- far too distant and expensive.
ea. has e d ra'th e is. et.. ers must be established, to find (Taken fm Le `Maf z
.* WIth th exploitation ofthe c- i .atre has endowed, the rating the new Cenbte is furnish. yot if -they possess electrically .
nativeve jrlLneral waters -cbnta.ineg cunry have at last been orga- ed by a powerful. Delco. A pe- 'loaded nations and anoris; also,
, Haiti's' '.Sourbes Chaudes* n--dy.ntp a modren thermal sta- 'ciatist in scientific methods of wh'ather or not -the RH2 coeffi- A
(Hot a ic-ags), four houMs by..car t'ion. ,ywi furnished cabins and the thermal bath head the per- cient element is predominant.tt Unn mw -a
ard 25 miites by helicopter, spedia- bleds, underwater show- *sopi'n.l L charge of thb sto.. He'added that this task should Sa l
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from the Capital, a new'y.rac-'rs, 'bhorizonta] pressure showers, .'oaded. ftjons and anions; also be undertaken by alchemist _._
.tion. is .P io '-'"" .drothenapt: There are also spe- U.it. .' Nevertheless several supris- *._ Tlamb&'
... clal rooms fnr Jight. baths and ngine -er A-rsene wagloire, ing cures have been recorded in .
Tbe iheL~alth-giving spi,'wth n.massage, .Electric energy for ope- brother of the Presidenit, and for- cases of patients who used the
",- .... ner ,ini.steir of Public Works cSources Chaudes waters of ''"""
APOSI0',-"E' NSiw FOR TOURISTS: who' plaed ed' built the Haiti, without any scientific me- h m
A POIT !,'k. S8 "".FO TO RITS Olihe )Mid '~ th'
.BEAI.TIFU KYONA BEACH establishtneui, chose to Icdate thods at all being em.poyed, at
B0the Bath Center near Gonaives all.
"'*.,. exactly et tle same place where There is little doubt as to the
'n"4 101., l the fabulous Pauline oo- bright fWture 'for Haiti with the
nraparte took tpr thermal baths' -addition of a well-orga"nized
during the linver, The rigne thermal, bath itatlon, for the eon- Cheinks(68,
of the pl of.Naoleon' heu- vettenceand'. -hl of local' ..e ,. ,' .. .....
.r7she sater still exist, end. a fig sidearts, -nd s an atsae n. : ....a. ''" :.-to
tree has gro,n and, thrived there-
., -_ -A'abeee .Itcen ,ah .e.ehen-barea ,e ipoa...h. a.paint' "te- e-*ffipl;'.ia taC; : ':'..:'.'^:, i* '' '^^'^

as though /o -, lmark this histo. ,:.,rrn :.......',
thernae.. These Springs ,tow WI S. r"' ,A .
-as Soouraes Chauded 'ar known k..
to baye cnme from several ima- .. ii
portant underground sheets of JIST ..N SALES,'. '-
-water of vs rious tempraiures. "
"., eLa Fontaie's has'.-tem'perar'
,e deo4esiture of 14. degrees' Ce.tig etae. ae .-' .
.Two others '. egistii".40 ard 30D
degrees, respectively. Laborato- .
ry .anallyszs,,reports ajhow --the: :-.,...
tf n waters .to contain, 1n dissolution, "
L important..:and varied, mineral .....
.proprieties. Athodgh the real .W' tWt'1 "4
.-ra octive value is no tyet d- :':, T
temined, their mif.eral, contents ,' ;.:.P.l";tt...n
leave ho dnul. as to the- curatve
if any tourist or lozi ,witoyen' should cry 'We need a Plaeh!u principles, of their, radio-activitye..-4 ,
-then they should be .rushed' -offlimmedlately over 35 miles of 'wel.- against oera- n dease. Afrec-
paved highway through beautiful rutal, Haiti to Hyona 'Beach, ne tion of the liver, .the digestive. Cu,.z.,TE.
nroi t on the route' to the Nortr, -htre besdegwhteaaivade
Montrmts, on e roue to .W North, 'where besides white sa.d and- organs, the kidneys and. rheumW'
clear refreshihg Caribbdan. waterA Pferre..and the Future d'Adesky' tjcyar1nents are among the'maal-a- '' :: .
have built a .anodel. beach r.oirt. .Faqiligies include showbrs, h d... for' wh' i the cSoarc"t
springwaterr., _toilets, sal. Ibtts,..voUey jbil,.:and b'adming on. dbaudes ivatew.a aMMM. CAMEl4 CIGAITTES ....4NKIG
Al, "...ltien.,arefreshment.. bar are at the dispoiu a. pi.t e t., :. a a M
of 'ie'itot v.ib may alke" advant of the gloros Hain su or Hsu of, the c a 'htie; labE Ike Tasef Cames i ,_.-B.st
100f. unr a gy parasol. t- test to her doctor:in..F.ane', the Thw C .ttteo Sm.arte.... 'e Ft a at a.
: q e.d'&deAky.s okldandsmn the,etouristifdusk, opened the beach a .V.i ..' '. i:....'..,
,*-. a uit',gg, a charge only, $hO0adainssibn f6r adults, 50 eta. 'tx ..g. unl,? Abbt, the. physt- pitugIE"
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4T*AOK ON CHAPERONISM
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.1 :wnJ Vt to be frank, so please
4izt tiq .I m egotistical when
am extrmey good-
|gi~~ff~o^;er~~e^But'I
V.- -:...*be BU.
ev 0" Oiig
l;. v "doq liHkeI.can do
hit^ '9 out
redt.'a"eheper. 'In United
I learn ed to take-ae of
IMP no'boy took dVant-
Se;-although plenty tried.
jg's -for a-girl -to -go.
,,like .that .If you go -t, wf-'
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&'. cptain. in stormy sea& You
head for the rocks but fast. 'If a
girl is going to be bad, she is
going to find a way to slip out
df the eagle vision of the often
sadistic chaperonr The purpose
of the chaperon is a real dead
weight on the community. It is
not affective. It stops girls from
develbpping their own character
and families should be able to
raise their, children so as they
can trust them: And anyway sno-
berry creates chappronism and
last, but not least it is a Adrain
n the ,pocket'o.the boy fid des
.pecially nov., that ranst night.
clibs charge,-a q2 entrance, fee
Saturday nights.

(S) Down with ,Chaperons
Dear D w. with Chapions
We ,eanot answer your letter,
because .:you yamself have ans-
.wred it. .We W ..am-ta,- I mfpwte
aeeord with your views.
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DRAMAIN, THE SULPHUR BATH
Chauffeurs travelling the highway to Cap-Haitien as a rule advise
passengers, apologetically, as they pass a section of flat land some 12
miles from the Capital: S'Ul vous plait, quianbez'souff nous, et bouchez
nez nous, (please take a deep breath and hold your noseY. They iden-
tify the harsh. rotten-egg smell in the area as the 'Sources Puantes',
(Foul Odor Springs) "as the sulpher waters assail the nostrils.
SAcvompanied by overseas' visitors, who felt their smelling apparatus
could withstand, a: little .sulphur stench, the 'Sun went out MondayI
'to look the ,lpace over and check the conditions of the bath-houses.
-that can be seen. from .the road.
I ,leaving'.the road aand descending a 'snimall incline to the 2-foot wide
*,petite', riviere that winds pver the saline flats to te two cement
Mlock bath-houses the -smell becomes quite bearable. The.stream with
its crystaleclear water and banks fringed by white sultihur foam empt-
ies directly.into 1 big basin (hole) In the bath-house. As theolittle
group entered the northern side bath which-is separated from the
other by a concrete block wall, voices issued from within.
,The conversation that drifted from over the roofless bath-house, that
had no sign identifying it for the use of male or-fenialeibathers, were,.
-that of a woman and a mdn. Your Reporter's trusty kodak was appar-'
efitly the topic of their conversation. Not meaning to.inlrudd on. a spot
of private bathing, Your Reporter shepherded the group-.away from
the bath-hoimse and was .ab6ut to'd enter the little structure in'the lens
of his kodak when the still afternoon was rocked by a feminine scream
of cSauve-moi, Sauve-moi, Sauvez-moil, Anda woman.with arms stret-
ched upwards and, clad in scanty attire, that ,is usually, associated
with the bedroom, came streaking towarids the visitors.
A man holding his sole piece of wearing apparel, his -trousers, capt-
ured her around the waist before she had gone ten paces. He carried
h'er back into the southern bath-house. Seconds later she popped ab-
ove the'wall and repeated her pleading: 'Save me, save,me, save me
from Andre,, in rich Creole. The visitprs hastily asked their eseprt
to translate what she was saying. He replied, giving a ewv minutes
thought to rape, a husband bathing his wjfe, a;.husbai;d bathing some-
body else's wife, a hougan (voodoo ,piest) ihbaling, a .client.
Discretion is the better part of vdalor. Ceep. yqur nose out of other
'pebple's business. She iq saying: 'Come 'on j.nthe .watter is fines, repli-
ed the interpreter ... ,
No sooner was the translation uttered tanjthe woman reappeared
on thA horizon, 'galloping over the grass -,twards the, little group of
visitors who with noses twitching and ears .burning, -.hurriedly revers-
'ed gear and found themselves ankle-deep :the 'sulphur.. stream, com-
pIetely hypnotized by -the antics of the strange countryi-woman.
Her pursuer, apparently younger in. age, brought her down with a
cNotre Danie, flying tackle, and like dman from the stone age, sway-.
ed off with het across his 'shoulders.
Curiosity was eating into the thick ide of, the guide who was about'
to investigate the waters of the southern bath-house when the lady
and man reappeared fully clothed...
Not caring 'about interfering in the domestic lives of others, the
Suns drove on to Cabaret, convincing the visitors that it was all
a little husband and wife play. After all she had called him by his
first name.
:On the homeward, journey to .the .pIKit4l 'a short distance ;iom
'sSoirJes- Pantes, fthe exploret-s pf the 's-ulper lths noted, with
relieved anrlety, that tie stars of the 'drame de l'aprbs-midiM were
walkingj' am inaarnm i .Co.nain."ai des histoires.. '
'FQR. CQULE OR' SIN.plE, CHILDREN .WELCOMED
S" In neaufiful surroudings, swimming pool, etc.
Reasonable-Rate's Impeccable Service.
S Aply Mrs. Myrto Mackenzie (Vve. A. Casimir)
... "A'Address: Maison Claude Roy in Canap4 Vert


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1HOW CROMWEL
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; 16e Cromwell of Haiti, unlike
'.;g Wwnetime famous Cromwell of
Eglasnd (1599 to 1658) is not a
S' .as oed reformist but a plea-
gamt tubby little conformist who
got abck ir Haiti. between boats.
SCromwell James came to Haiti
.'in. 1925 not as a conquered but
intransit to Aruba. A native of St
SDavidParish of the beautiful little
'Isatnd o Grenada, -Cromwell sailed
rimn home in 1919 to Cuba in a
S cbg shomoner to find his future
and fortune. This week, busily di-
reting the building of his new
models gerieral store in the small
town of. Cabaret, twenty miles
- from tie Capital, on the main
road to the North. He took time
out to recall, for" your Reporter,
the events that brought him to
hi ues'vent -position as a' leading
merchant and progressist in this
community.


SIn aa English highly flavored
by the spicy twang of the British
'Vest Indies, apd a Creole which
-as altered little from his 31
: years associating with Creole-
speaking Haitians, Mr.. James ex.
jplaled that when he left home
for Cba he very nearly landed
in Davry Jones' locker instead
The boat took 30 days to battle its
.-way Co Port through the worst
i.' ,omin years.

;; O. nce secure on dry land he wor
I ked tiEt in -an ice plant, then a
SSugar mill in the State of Oriente.
*.-* Five years later Aruba beckoned
,.as the place to make the big mo-
ia, iy. Ln. those days.the big petrol-
S. an" od ipanies, were building
*their refinery.'Cromiwell booleed
p.: passage on theboat that took him
as far as Haiti Here he: had to
wait th-ee weels for a boat that
. never came.- He recalls it took
I'; : him es than that'time to consu-
h* ane bfv.-honey on the staples of
i e. '. I
i Bok, lie took a job, with Mr.
A .to."'neer who had a contract,
: at iti time, to paint all 'the Go-
veruental buildings. After' s-i
: iM lliO s of patingin and carpentry,
Cma' 'll l met hamaican born Pe-
;.* leeon. Chief Mechanic at the Al-
fred Vicx Distillery at Prince
. who Introduced him to. a fellow
G: reaidan who was working at
i. .thA Rhm factory. The man, Cor-
noeUls Thomas, turned out to be
('4nmweUl's cousin. ..
T4I5' led t.; Cromwell's working
for the Vienx establishment for
e i ye arsas a truck driver. By
ho enains.the wild 'man like his
toflihi !Co'rnlius, 'ivho spent his
Smoney:,-.ou- rn up iand .women and
was finally .snipped .home a sick
,an- by the Britishb'dnsbil. Mean-
while, Cromwell, the d a p p e r
,*truck driver,. spied a spot of land
that- commaanded Tie entrance to
: "thevli"ageof CabareL He closed
Sa deal for :40.00 and with the aid
:,' f friends, built a little store
Wi" ith .a thatched roof on his new
Sprope-ty. As master of all he sur-
veyed from behind the wheel in
the cabin of the big truck, Crom-
S'well caught and held the eye of
Mi-m 'Dor'cila Nelson, and became
:: "her master after a wedding ce-
"eniony in, 1944.
: Fina employment with the
?. Prince Distillery he went to work
with Standard Fruit at Borel for
f ive years. His vehicle was now
a, .. apick-up. Cromwell, with typical
a West India.. mannerisms, drawled
\ that .there wis plenty of 4tracasv
; during tliows years before the
7 'omnpaiy fi-lly folded. He even
L. admits. with a genuine hurt look,
-b.%'hat he was arrested and put in
.K -jail for a conple of days because
'&:onmebody l'eft a hot engine in
"I,'te backyard of the cti boutiques
Sie ,had set up in Borel.
t.' iYBes, mahn,, he says, that's
'."th only time they give me any
[itobhle: the devils would break
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The town is surrounded by
sugarcane and banana fields
and boasts a Cement factory
near at hand, and two brick fac-.
tories, and soon will have a floor
factor but most of the emplo-
yees of these concerns are
Port-au-Princiens.
TI 1954 Oromnwell. after per-


sistent requests by regular let,
ters from his family, yielded to
his desire to return t o the is-
land of his youth. Cromwell
says he spent sik months at
home just enjoying the change,
.marvelling at how different
PvAerything was and how sad it
is to see how aged the folks


I CONQUERED
;LAND
Into my store in Borel and say it
was the Boss that did it. mahn,
when I know darn well the watch-
men were doing the robbing.*
Sadness cnteerea the James fa-
mily with the death of their only
child, a daughter in her sixteenth
year. Without pretence, Cromwell
explains he has another daughter,
but not by this wife.

As the years rolled by bhe con-
oenmtrated more and more time
n the general store shaded by a
a"rge Mapou tree. He increased
Uis stock and at one time ..sold a
lozen bicycles. The building
tad been enlarged and concrete
as added to the structure. On
i little patio at the side of the
tore the Town fathers gather-
d daily to pla$ cards and do-
.inoes, and to refresh them-
;elves.


The savoe, when completed':
next month, wHi stand o ti.e
same spot"whe decades ago,
Cromwell e xqcteh Mi first- th a
ched-roofed hstoare, and t.'vie 'e
hard to inia the giant s gi:-.
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Shaking. the remminsceps
from his head, ,Oromwell point-
ed with pride at his ut. W :
concrete building in the l a st&-
ges of completion that wil be
the Republic's fbi t adrive-Ih
refreshment bar Leslie 'Uradi
and the Gaillards of Traait.C
world Trading Compn'ikhit.
from whom Cromwell has bought,
wholesale merchandse over the,.
years, arranged for agineer..-:
Claude Etheart to supervise the -
job for him, at orny the cost of.
the cmahn'si gasoline. .







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sLarge's Choses et Gens Vus
n The Book Stals

Gens Vus,.* (hipgs tbut sound cfzou citing of his tra-
I've Seen), a new yeqs and .adventures in New
nues Large who has York, Paris, Havana and CuldMd
any of the chapters Tr'ujiio.
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imeles recently. the reviewer to say a great deal
,gives a humnoristie about the subjects treated in
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"r.'thi old Colonia Forts, Veartlres,
'.:a .the beaches of Ducoix
",2 C ormiers, and neighboring
i'ilage, trmin=mting the prome-
hi.ie 'with an excursion to Sanis-
SSouif Palace aidd King Cbrl.to-'.
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SUNDAY, JULY 15th $.

the book the banality such i
and such an acquaLntawl-ejgo t.K
cocktail party, of a conva WUorn.
at a bar may serve to d-raftize ..
the antiigonism of two wwr ".Ld
two concepts of life, two 'hio.',
phies.

Written in a light, mod7en Laj-..
guage style which differs geBtfr-
from most of the usual XIpcl i4
heavy FPrench, eChoses et ..Ge .:
Vus constitutes an attempt to
,*ove t._bea.t-..ewmgeati .
qf .Hitian. men.of letters, ca i
use the off'iael language t6 sue- A
cessfully express their reality to "
the contemporary world of poli-,
ticiauis, artists, exhbitioits,
etc.


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Is there such a thing az haiV A
tian humour? However, it does t
not suffice to.say that Jadques
Large is making fun of the ;- things i
and people he has s-en. 'ut it .
is certain that -he had fun, .a..:
seriously likes it.' I
- The ability to change b'oubles
into literary beauty would not ',
work without the author's pos-
sang genie talentt iWet h *i. h .1
neither entirely.the, Ga'blois spi- ;
rit not fully a new. cont nait at-. ;
'tatude -soniething of a special. ?
62th Centbry y.st Indian laught-.


Me. Bazile who wrotW' .

Elogy In aSun Last Monte at
Passes Away '

Less than three months ago, At ".1
torney WMaurice Bazile, wr te and:
. published in our columns a mov- ';
ing elogy in memory of Brother
Gamalil1 of de St. Louis de Gon.a:<
zague establishmesnt who died
leaving deep regrets and an sef- e
fz-nable souvenir in the hearts I
of students, teachers and oolea-' .-.
gues.
Last Sunday. night, the well-
known lawyer and fonner Assis-..,
tant Attorney GeieraL passed.
away in his Ayvemue Cbristophe
residence. The ne'ws 4the death ,.
of the relatively yqung 'aittaSney,
who was highly esteemed by all
who knew him, came as a shock 5
to Port-au-Princieis. ..
'Funeral services were. hel*,.
on Tuesday afternoon, at the Sa- '
cred-Heart Chrc-h in Turgeau. AI
The defunct .is survived by Dr.
'and Mrs. Frank Bazile, ad Mrs :4.
Laura Bazile-Rosemond to whom TJ
Haiti Sun takes this occasion of i
presenting its deepest sympathy.' .

Mr. Joseph D. Charles i
Honored At Banquet ]
By Guatemalan
Minister

In token of the friendship and- t
closer relations between Guatte-, .
mala and Haiti the Minister of
Guatemala and Senora Pvoberto -j
H.' Valle were hosts ,at-a supnp- "*
'uous banquet and reoiption,,
la'-. Saturday evening, i-t honor
of t a Secretary of State- for :,%
Foreign Relations and Madame
Joseph D. Oharles. it was held .
at the Guatemala Legation, si- :.
tuated at Musseau., Minister Cal- '
vo offered a toast to the Haitian
-people, President Magloire and
wishes for the health of Mdnist-'
er and Mrs. Charles. The Fo-
reign Minister toasted the peo- -1
ple of Guatemala, President Car
los Castillo Armas, and his
hosts. "
Among the distinguished gestsW
attending the banquet were M .,
seigneur Luigi Raimondi, the '.
Nonce Apostolique to Haiti, (6,
Venemuelan Ambassador -..
Senora Arroyo Parejo, the MI5"
xican Ambassador and Senlab, .
Cesar Garizurieta, .the Speinb'
Ambassador and Senora Jorg:''s
Spottorno, and Mr. Daniel 1We;t
ad. Chief of Protocol of 0he D':l
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The recreative -matinee. last Sunday morning at tke Rex for the
benefit of the construction of the new building to house Mrs. Cyril
Walker's .Orphelinat de I'Enf'ant Jesusl was a great success. The
devoted social service worker expressed her thanks to Mr. Charlier,
owner of the Rex Theatre, Mr. Pierre Bousto and all the friends for
-' their generous assistance. She also expressed appreciation for the help
/ received forn the Press and the various broadcasting stations.
There were three agreable surprises for the holders of Numbers 92,
108 end 569. The lucky winnerss wire Jacques Abraham, young Patrick
Castera and Mrs. Alphone Menelas, respectively.
The darling of the orphanage directed by Mrs. Walker is three-
year-old Vivia Toussaint. It was her tiny hands that drew the numbers
From the box. Vivia is one of the -regcapee -of hurricane Hazel who
enjoyed the special paternal- attention of Lieutenant-Commander Scott
of the HMS VIDAL when 100 little orphans were treated to a trip to
wonderland aboard the vessel here on June 6th.
The -Orphelinat de l'Enfant Jesus, founded in October 25, 1944 by
Mrs. Walker, and which tqok in several of the children after Hazel,
was among the children attending the big party on the Vidal, on the
..invitation of Dr. Louis Roy, President'of the Red Cross.


HAITI HELPS,
WITH P.A. ROAD BUILDING

Through its diplomatic rei
senta-tive in Caracas, the Re
blic of Haiti sent a check
$1,000.00 to the Pan Amerli
Committee of Roads, as its c
tribution to the building of
Pan American Road. The wo
at present, is being carried
between Colombia and Panan
on the territory of the Dar
Penfnsula.
iSAVAIN OFF
TO LONDON POST
Haiti Sun had the pleasure
a courtesy visit, Thursday mo
Ing, from the former Introdu
c.f Ambassadors, Mr. RogerI
vin, who leaves Wednesday w
his family to take up his
post in the Emnbassy at Lond
as First Secretary.


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MONEY FOB UN FLOUR MILL :
The Republic of Haiti has CONSTRUCTION
pre- made its contribution to the UNDERWAY
ipu- United Nations funds for the
of 1956-57 exercise in the amount 'ln spite' the q2ait-ty :,
can of $16,223.00. For. the same peters in that flowed. ,Ar
con- ribd, the Government has also 'the loca I' -rss OM Cros -a I n
the 'made the following contributionsd ocai gt early SprsingQ e
Drk, for the same period: World Or- tionalg lotrh Millehas
out ganization of Meteorology $698. 'reality. Coslsrdction 'work sat..
ma, 00; UN'SCO $4,203.00:; UNICEF ed last week in Lafiteau, e*.:
la $10,000.00, FAO $2,584.00; Uni- Caret with E'ngineer .
versal Postal Union $5,733.00 and Ought of the Teacking "n
the. World Health Organization-spervising. He is assist. b
$4,310.00. Engineer Moore and sevel '".'
Besides the above, the Haitian Other g.1
of Government has made a budget a labor gang of 1,000 Haa '
Drn- provision for $14,400.00 for the fected to the various
cer carryingout of,the technical as- Materials shipped from the'A1 |
Sa- sistance program. Chalm-ers firm are expected*,.-.
vilth arrive here shortly. ,
iew ..
don
on FAINES CREOLE BOOK DUE, The victory brings to a ,e1e.
t j ,the controversy over the avie
SMr. Jules Faine, leading au- bility of manufacturing 'floiB
thority qn Creole; will shortly locally; systematic oppdsitdb 'a
releasee his French-Creole die- and bitter criticisms of. eeiu:
.t6nary, with -articles pertaining of.our leading businessirien w "eI
to. Voodoo and folk lore,- Mr. finally over-ruled when -the- G
]Fane has beei working on ,this vernment granted a contract to
6uvrage for the past six years, the Flour Mill company. .















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ndLucie Maignan ate company business stopping at El
410*M bpuid today.Rancho.
,'*'*'**x. X. x x x "x x x -'
.,tPee .Jacobsoni-s returning Shaely M-arguaref: Sturge is
esiie, Mia.mil this week after v.a-' o.er from- Univrslty Cdolleg of
-jaO[ping with Bebou Desrues J] -ite' West Indies: to improve at
2"fieas and the Pierire' Bornqs Iast' racti:e i6r French, A -TUtl
in'Petionville. .V d 'idadia.n, 'Miss. Sturge is ,staying
,K .. *.- x x x t.,iadi1,e-evarieqx's....
le. tw.o l'ational team has- A, y,'x
UWVere :.helping to wiul.t.e *iondgrt ,Coa6h. Victor' BeiV
d y' night match from the deck.wa' boirn in Qrps-Mop4
ans, their wives were sco4 F4arly in'As youth he Ve t
6'a Hopital General. Pin-'1 iS Eather.,Bichara Beoepek
Nk'ssJoseph Beaulieu -and Clausel w 0o movpd his activities ,to -Hon-
,A'rodare proud -fathers of two 4waM. Mr.'-yicfor Bendeck, who
rapping.,future footballers s.tUl keeps his Haitian" citizen
*'" x x ship studied- Dentistry and taw.
'tt;. t0xGadere'. r ,at -.thET rsiw of tyf.-G le .played
YorkFriday with ds ea for' teh years on tWje Hbnduran
York Fda ihhs'ei-' e~ Espana and Montague.
'daughter Rose-Marie Who ea Espana ad Montagu
^'~been studying these pasi two .. x x x
iirtiitFranee. V, .Qedrges Roy accompanied
Xi' .xxx ,his ,soRevi I .to school in Ja-
l ... '" '. ... m a ,*^ s w e e fc e n d -' .
.-lc1 '.W'dmaier returned tod a- ', j" *'.,x x .w
h. :U. S.' Airforce in"IEn-. rs.i.D' ;etjsen is flying home
'lnWed..nc1sday. t hlca.g6'aromiorrow with 1r
.:- -k u e- ;e, l cthlW eo'.. ? '""rthe a ',uinmer
JWfiu0obvie-cameramen (C4adel vacation .apa Jrnsei, will follow
i;i :Edouard Guilbaud is off the'6tb..' oAtiuistU '
s-.i-& is'luck. apd fortune i'i the'" x;c x ;,.
W --d;thtes. T..*.'-'j.*..-: 'MrsG.-'Gpsset, is over from Mi-
x,- x x 'an m. speihdingqthree weeks..with
SiteIneth B t Cook Pnlbli"Rela: ,g..ai4tz a'd family at D.iqui-
Moltboss for Esso St~afd.grd 'Q "' -. '
'i'k^avhna is here- fora/a w eek d: .: f ,". x x x .
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Claude Deschamps is expecting
a big birthday party on the 25th.
Shirley Drnmald of Delta Air-
line*, of Houston Texas'loved her
week-,,d vacation at the Villa
Creole.
xxx
Dr. Gure'itz Saul of New York
has been v'acationning with his
friends Costers at Oloffson.
'gayrnonae Leveque returned
Vqme from New York on the llth
'A ,- x x .x
.The Joseph Valnes returned
froth Cuba this past w:ek
X xxx
.-.jiliaiie Dpthiers is back from
m." u;
".MaitEelle' Miriarlbeau has re-
tu'rntd fromni U. S.
. '. ;, x x .
Aton!o t"arrieuttk. is back from
Tlihe United States.
_x.x ,
xxx
SLawyer Georges Baussan and
'Wis tviff.. the former Micheline
,'SaigAdb ha. a. :lovely baby-girl.
:.'.ey. will ''Chfisteh their daugh-
ter'bori Tuesday:'Cinette.
.x X .
:'Jacqui ..Xin,..i 's.back at Ibo
'LeWe .or a sixteen day vacation.
;. .;x' ..x ,
The. .boV.,s" Dowd family of
,npiki'T2V lef[For Iran yesterday.


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moijd! -anid ;joise~tt Flamberts. new
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Cdhairge -'Affaires of Canada,
Mr. Ed. Bellcmar is going N.obth.
today. ; '
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a -special science Vstol-e. a large
,quantity of books from the music
professor's .4braryj and sold them
at a gre$At 'los. He was caught.


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Philippe Cantave and his fami- New Yar.k
ly are flying-to Mlexico this week Josette L eys
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Miss Ghislaine Fortuney is
back frm an leading colleg 2 in
Kingston, Jamaica, with a di-
ploma as Steno-Dactylo Anglais-
Franvais, in addition to that of
SAccountancy.

xxx

Robert Zentuer, a .teacher of
,'.I.Milwaukee, arrived on July 8th
Sfor 8 days at Dambala.

iMrs.'tucile Lyn, herm for the
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maica, has ittst about decided to
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.party at their Desprez i'esidenee,
in honor of U.S Embassyr official
and Mrs. Milton Bkarall on Tte-
Sday evening, July 24th..
x '
i-' William Mac-Intoish is going
S'along for the ride with his pa
Ti-son today, to deliver 10-year-
old Elise to Caracas for t vaca-
'tion with the Hudicoats.


% .A cien.'
; Jean Abujabei (La'Bele Cre- S
ole) leaves today for *vie weeks In Aux Cayes it was a big
' ..-in Puerto'Ricow and the. Virgin weekend. The cause of the gran-
.Islands. '-" ..'. diose celebration was the double
x -,' engagement announcement of
"'Mr. Edward Goodn one of 'Misses Gladys and Maryse Scutt,
->9 most famous nafnes en Brod- daughters of Mr and Mrs. Albert
y,-now retired fr.m a career' Siutt, Texace Representative in
't made im 'dne of -the greats Les Cayes.. The two lucky men,
t theater producers arrived on both. good pals, are Frederick
onday fora..,secbnd visit and Bouchereau and Didier Maison-
cation-.',n Huf', His first -trip ieuve,- employeess at Maison
was in 1954. He s.staying at Ho- Gilg.
e.OGloifson. "- X X
8^ .', X ,^C'

P1 Franck (Dynamic) Wilson, Pre- Carmen f'Diseau) Mallebran-
!tdent of lJniversal. Sales 'Corpo- ch'e 'is back home from. New
fltion -flew to Miami, on busi- Yorkjor a visit with her mother
ets, Friiay. of Avenue Sacre-Coeur. Last
sF ; i. Sunday wa's a big day at the Bel-
', Li.euitenant Appollon Thomas levue villa of Mr: and Mrs. Per-
si.back from. four weeks State- ceval Thoby who hosted a sump-
4sdes. tuous family reunion and dinner.
I IC X Mr. Cinna Leconte. New York
,!A Kellog 'Foundation scholar- Consul General- and his wife and
.i .ip was granted to Dr. Anir4 two small children arrived this
.Fethiere, surgeon, graduate of week for hteir annual vacation,
UlFEcole de, Medecine' at Port-au- and are the houset guests of the
Ince.. He left on July 8th for Pierre Borno family.
i.e U.S.' to specialize in Ortho-
ipdy in one of, the great Ameri-_ Jean-Pierre Hudicourt is off to
firn medical centers. Caracas- to join the family en
S.. x x result of the Baccalaureat,
fi'r&. .Jacqueline Rouzier Baker
M:'her .to' youngsters are over Eddie Srines, of the Knappen-
,fto Ciudad Trujillo for a visit Tippett clai,, with a birthday
with her mother, Mrs. Emile coming up tomorrow, July 16th
.uzier. will be the center of. a birth-day
x xx eve party tonight at the Riviera
i-Mrs. Leone Prosper, wife of where the Staff and Personnel
c'i Capital's Police Chief, re- from KTA expects to establish
burned hmne Wednesday. a new record in bamboche tech-
'.= nique as they help the popular
Young Engineer to herald-in a
--2w pr"iet2 ps
'\ '' I / \ Chaiming Genieve Attide will
S' ?' b one jea: more charming to-
"N /,' / morrow, July 16th.
x X :
M ?rs. Solange Bonhomme, wife
i3 ol z'!e dirj'cto" of \,Les Debats,
i was bound fnr Havana last week.







REG. TRADE MARK T'amous sir
Ci L E -


Wedding bells will ring at
6:30 P.M. nn Saturday, July 28th
for lovely Mathilde Beauvoir and
Jean Claude Rigaud. The cere-
mony will take place at Eglise
St. Pierre de Petion-Vilile, unit-
ing the families of the Dean of
the Law School Faculty, Mr.
Vilfort Beanvoir and Mr. Edouard
Rigaud.
xxx
Wednesday July 11, Mr Geor-
ges Salomour. recently named
First Secretary of Haiti's Perma-
nent Mlissinn at the United Na-
tions took off for his new post
in New York.
,X \ .
Mr. Remy Bastien who will
replace Mr. G. Salomon of In-
ternational Affairs at the Depart-
ment of T'oreign Relations will
arrive here soon.
x.x x
Mr. Goytom Petros, Ethiopian
Charge d'Affaires in Mexico was
-here last week on an official vi-
sit.


X X X
xx x-
The two charming Craan girls,
Ilaphaela. and Claudette are
home f.-omn studies ip Jamaica,
While Claude will e- urn to the
1ighborhing isle ip September
to continue her bookkeeping and
commercial studies, Raphaela
who has completed her two
years of commercial English,
Typing and short- hand at the
.Alpha Acadeaiy..wIll remain at
home and enter the' ranks of
Haiti's. ever-increasing., number
of care;-r women. The girls are
the daughters of Mr. 'and Mrs.
Edward Craan, parent o0 17 chil-
dreu '. .
X X'X-
Club Camaraderie's dynamic
Doudo. Graan announces that
activities, are closed for the sum-
mer, but the club will reopen
with a bang on September 1st

Miss Marie-Florence Roy is
back from school in Philadelphia
XXX' ,
*~ xli -,
On the 20th, the Association of
University Women, are holding
a reception at the Port-au-Prin-


Villedrouin
York last


x x-x
Mrs Delia de Arroyo Parejo,
wilte of the .Ambassador of Ve-
nezuela in Port-au-Prince -flew
to Caracas last week.
Tall Dr. Gerard Leon stepped
off of a PAA plane this week
into the welcoming arms of his
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Rulx Leon,
for a two weeks vacation from
his specialization studies, in Bel-
levue and Harlem Hospitals in
the big city. The young medic
explored the Schweitzer miracle
in. the Artibonite on a trip to the
Artibon.te, and will have glad
tidings to bear back to his Amer-
ican colleagues on his return
Stateside.
Young Pastor Beerley of tEco-
le Evangeliquev is actively work-
ing out a complete radio pro-
gram to be broadcast in English,
for the coming season to be pre-
sented in addition to- -the inter-
lestin jaCmnment Vivrei sketch
presently charnming listeners
cei" tne air.

The Jacrnel ;branch of the
Banque Nationale of the Repu-
blic o' f Haiti were audited from
Jane 30th to July 4th by three
experts of the Peatjiarwick-
Mitchel & CCompany. The-.visit-
ors, Allan Watson, .Mauric Syo-
tis and Jean Boisvett i.ho were
accompanied by Inspector Sully
Belancourt relaxed ..in .the pictu-
resque 'beauty of Raymondles-
Bains, .-Visited La Valle, .and
itys. -.:

A charming newcomer to the
household.. of .tjhe, lplde Rou-
iierfsis' little "Genevieve, who
made .her. appearance' at 7:00
A.M. on July .6th. cMamani, the
forfnib, GqibeteB.ouhaereai, and
baby are doing fine at Dr. Poux's
Clinic. -
On her,f us-trip outside of the
State pf -.Pennsylvania, beautiful
Sandra Bekwith just turned 18,
arrived on the 10th from Wilkes-
Barre, Pa.,Stopping at Dambala
Hotel, Satidys next destination is
Jamaics.
Ann Walters andti Sylvia Schin-
der are here from Chicago for a
week at Dambalq.
Exploring all the charming cor-
ners of the country are Claire
Schnider and. Dorothy Doulet va-
cationing hers from Miami. They
made a repeat trip to Cap-Haitien
and northern hospitality. .
The Walter Carruth's of Dallas,
Texas arrived this week on their
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Captain Guillaume Peai, Chief of the President's
and Miss Elvire Delinas were maried 'last Saturd 4ornikg if,
St. G6rard, with .Cabinet -Membets, Army officer, 'Governmsn|<..
cials and members of the social' and intellectual secter of.thie",1.
crowding into the church for the doubie-ring etemony t.hih '
the young couple. ., .:. .. ''
Leaving the6 church under the" ovoute d'adier' ,formed by'fellw'.
ficers of ,the groom, the newlyweds were driven to Yilla Oeu. ulM'
gloire at Turgeau "where the President and Mrs. Paid.E, MIt. re"'f
feared a brilliant reception-in their honor. V. ',' '
Lieutenant Henry Perpignan ated as Best iMan, and XMM i "uM.e
Pearn was Matron-of-Honor. .. ,' .....- ..
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CASINO INI'ERNATiONAL D'HAITE,$lA. :

From Saturda i July 141h -To Friday July. '" .." -
,MNIURICA CRESPO0" : .'^ ,,-S
STAR OF THE ARGENTINE SONG .'.,.
i .. ....." ,.'.
Television Star of Several American Cou'ie: ''-
From Saturday uly 21st To Fiday July 271f .
S ,,MERCLEDES Y ALBANO ,' -. I.S
SA COUPLE OF DANCERS, ',' '.i'
Inletpreting Spinrsh Folk Dances-' ,,
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andj -
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Haiti within two 'years. last week. He was joined by wife :.
visited the whole 'isl- Edwige today and the couple will '-'
now more about the motor up the coast to New York .
man the average citizen, on a business-cuipleasure jaunt., '
e for the U.S stres -" :
egretfu-lly. Don Reed and Joe Holbeck and '
zele Bordes and Jo- their wives entertained a't a t gala & ,
were married last party at their Pacot resdklene.
Sacre-Coeur de Tur- The bamboche'lasted from :00' to :.,'
aging vows in a 6:30 11:00 P.M. '.
The groom is Chief '.
ISP Garage and Ve- Attorney and Mrs. Ti-George, -
ice. The bride is the LUger's newest daughter 'ra. '
>f Mr. Marcel Bordes, coise, conducted, herself adia-
laughter of WMime. Vve: bly when the grain of salt. was '
ordes. A wedding re- placed in the tiny mouth on'Sa- !
r the newlyweds fol- turday last as she was held at,.thl6.&
religious rites, at the St. Pierre's (Petion-Ville) baptiz-'..
q parents of the bride. mal font by godmother JessieBo
card and godfather Henri Wiener...
the local teenagers in A'. reception attended bu'-ql% Iv.ig
at Le Perchoir, Wedn- and friends t. papa Ti-George'an_ .
ht, to do justice to a emamana Joujou. followed at.f,' |
buffet and bamboche, Lger villa in Petion-Ville.": .'""":-
stas, daughter of Dep- ,
ore magnate and Mrs. AmbassadOr Roy Tase..::fayj
tas, celebrated her sue- will be the guest spetkeSat' twe
radiate of St. Joseph's Wednesday Luncheon .of
n Brentwood ,N.Y. last Club International de .Coixar
on July 18th, it was. '1i"a
Shaker of Rue Courbt- Thursday..ils isubjegt wndl be's 4
venue) went to Miami mon. Bolivar' and Latip $maiEa


"xxX
Colonel aoger
clippered for New
week.





HAITI SUN _SUNDA,_IULY_15h_1B5


Damage Caused
By Quake
S (Continued from page 1)
area of JeanvRabel, Port-de-Paix,
Plaisance and GTOS Morne said,
in Plaihance, the Catholic Chuch,
the Presbytery, the cEcole des
Soeurss and the Adventist
Church have great cracks run-
- ning up their walls, and it's re-
markable to see .them still stain-
ding. On request of tha Presi-
dent of the Republic the iTra-
vaux PublUess .has despatched
an engineer to inspect the build-
ings and order 'demolishing of
those judged unsafe.
f
f
At Jean-Rabel, the Church,
the Army Barracks andithe Hos-
pital were demolished and a
n- mber oh homes were praCti-
cally uninhabitable. Other con-
crete constructions and several
waLls were levelled to the ground.
An ,eye-witiiess stated that fol-
lowing-the quake, the town was
Plunged into darkness, and
clouds of dust rose skywards.


Further reports established
.that-il the '.mall town of 'iMar-
Schandz,. twenty-one homes were
dismantled. At Dessaiines one
home was completely. destroyed,
and fifteen otbshers damaged. The
Church, Aminy Barracks and the
School Freres de J'Instruction Chr4.tien-
Sne at Gros Morne were badly
- damaged. At Gonaives four
homes were partly destroyed. No
deaths haye been reported.


,No serious consequences of
the sisric ':-hake-up have been
".reported in the Port-au-Prince
region; and residents.were .quit-
tr sauf pour une forte emotion*.
The Seismograph at the Ob-
,.er,'atory .o'f College St Martial
registbrel the first quake at
4:57 and'44 Seconds A.M., show-
irg a .brusq'ie7 beginning follow
ed by ample oscillations. A se-
ccond quake of lesser inteNsity
vwa enregistend at 1:00 P.M.,
the sama iday.


LAWYERS SITE J. C. CHANCY...


(Continued from page 1)
'He stated that when passing the
Tropical Bamboo, a parked car
.he was about to.pass started up
with ex6c.'ssi"e acceleration and
a small boy darting across the
Street made him swerve off the
road in an attempt to avoid
stricking the child.
When the wheels hit the rise
and the HASCO rail tracks it
went out of control, and smash-


ed into the front of the Gregoi-
xe's -home.

C h a n cy and a friend ac-
compbaniEd tne injured man to
the ,hospital and reported the
accident to the Police Depart-
ment. Thle 'egal constat was per-:
formel on thbe spot of the acci-
dent shortly after by Judge Cds-
tagne Toussaint and Lieutenant
-Pierre.


SHAITI LEADS IN FOOTBALL..:
(Continued from page 1)
because it was the first time the ran net. In the second half they
team had played at night and lost the control of the. game, and
a'so just a few. minutes beforthe it was the turn of the visiting .eam
game, -the players had received 'to take the offensive. The Iton-
the sad news of the passing away durans, after great effort made
of Gustavo Albaro, ex-presid&nt the unique' goal of the second
cf thz Honduras Foot-ball, Fede- half of the game. The matcj en-
ration. ded 2 to 1 Haiti's favor.
Thursday evening, the Haitian Saturday, as the eSunz went
team excelled in the first half of to press, El Salvador met Haiti.
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Engineer Leggett...
(Continued from page 1)
Mr. Leggett, of Knappen-Tip-
petts-Abbott-McCarthy was in-
troduced by Committee Chair-
man Harry Tippenhauer who
printed out the technical compe-
tence and assistance as. well as
the loyal collaboration of this
firm with the Haitian authorities
in carrying out the Peligre Pro-
ject. Mr. Tippenhatuer stated
that this was prooi of the good
will of the American Govern-
ment to seco.ld the efforts of the
Government of Ptesident 'Ma-
gloire in a gigantic project to
change the national economical
structure.
Engineer Leggett spoke in En-
glish in an hour 20-minute lecture
which furnished-all the technical
details from the initial survey to
Lhe completion of the project.
using, color' slides to illustrate
-the various phases of the cons-
truction work on this dam, the
'highest of its kind in the world.
(A resume of Mr. Leggett's
speech will appear ii our next
edition.I


President...
(Contimnued from page 1)
ges Sicard. Thomas Desulme,
G6rard Ti6nrd. G. Jodice and
Dsnys Bellande, Director of
SIPiP.
PRESIDENT FLIES TO PANA-
MA AFTER BIRTHDAY i
CELEBRATIONS
President Magloire leaves on
July 20th to attend the meeting
of the American Chiefs of Statel
in Panama City.


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c9285e6ee68ec7f9d5d1e374305aba125d315b01
describe
virus check
'39775' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile112' 'sip-files00016thm.jpg'
ad8fd680a29b3c357d9e76e8cc626c1d
a0001d4f4b43549442bdd3e47b7899fe41398034
'2014-05-16T14:52:55-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:50:41-04:00'
virus check
'16268' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile113' 'sip-files00017thm.jpg'
5168abac99eb8c584cdd1136e80534ab
762c228f4d6eae16dcac903ba44eb0a55f5ec00e
'2014-05-16T14:52:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'18175' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile114' 'sip-files00018thm.jpg'
f9842e05b758b3698e9954cbc134cc06
43a6626bb2daae57b076b1be3f0714f56a53b612
'2014-05-16T14:54:08-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:52:21-04:00'
virus check
'18125' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile115' 'sip-files00019thm.jpg'
57d31caa28e5c29ba242a6a83494d23f
1392a64dc1a962efed4a59949759fdb77ba26db8
describe
'2014-05-16T14:52:13-04:00'
virus check
'16739' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile116' 'sip-files00020thm.jpg'
574da526eef08a9b357794734f643268
66c6656588610820a73394cf21daa1058fc75289
'2014-05-16T14:54:05-04:00'
describe
virus check
'17221' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile117' 'sip-files00021thm.jpg'
878cf6023c5f94d37fa44ae43f6af900
c6329c94e3ca57b96d64fe631113b4274aedd2b9
'2014-05-16T14:53:26-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:18-04:00'
virus check
'17857' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile118' 'sip-files00022thm.jpg'
a63138749763b9317a4858f2f0abe75a
4b69630d80fc3ef65e0a283e9cb351e032c2623b
'2014-05-16T14:52:48-04:00'
describe
virus check
'15635' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile119' 'sip-files00023thm.jpg'
5bb831e4f33e90ec7aa6bbf868b0569b
dac6034dfb8b4e63d3a3ad25c334fb116667c569
'2014-05-16T14:53:25-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:17-04:00'
virus check
'52521576' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile12' 'sip-files00012.tif'
b22a5aa5df28455e1e1ff68eab9b706a
1c08a408ef52079dd046ad60c20772720a8cb3c8
'2014-05-16T14:54:17-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:52:36-04:00'
virus check
'17212' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile120' 'sip-files00024thm.jpg'
a1cc62cd9426a9ea9c938da92095d5bc
67958e1eabcbc1c6cfef9025d39eda81a2532b4e
describe
'2014-05-16T14:52:30-04:00'
virus check
'305155' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile121' 'sip-files00001.pro'
474c44f777370d65ed362baab12575ad
636d4f0d979ce938fa007a1eded7b5c27c87d2a0
describe
virus check
'242848' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile122' 'sip-files00002.pro'
8ea8d2c9b7a323f672c69dcdbf703334
de9cfd0dd7885b335ed34ddfed1cf7f61234da7d
'2014-05-16T14:53:56-04:00'
describe
virus check
'89752' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile123' 'sip-files00003.pro'
f86267e65949ba22d3c6b085e55f599e
6bfbcfad444e563e7a4afec3cf2a06f028d2a6b1
'2014-05-16T14:53:08-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:50:58-04:00'
virus check
'228240' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile124' 'sip-files00004.pro'
84934dafb8d04643005a612a11e16720
aa0c8ba3ff897a0a736bbb526de4f75dec500d90
'2014-05-16T14:53:14-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:03-04:00'
virus check
'261429' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile125' 'sip-files00005.pro'
95aafa5d94d936bf5d58571196f497d6
2cf7866e69dbd2114fabc5d58529e496119941e9
'2014-05-16T14:53:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'268952' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile126' 'sip-files00006.pro'
2df48a9bce29a008c370d1751459414e
ac28d3c9aa68d7951c494991eb2ef7b5882cdbbf
'2014-05-16T14:52:59-04:00'
describe
virus check
'143671' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile127' 'sip-files00007.pro'
3f6488eb8a660a9117b42703d4ce7c2b
04fff9eaaa5f9f812b219fc28d09a19204ba4431
'2014-05-16T14:52:56-04:00'
describe
virus check
'338421' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile128' 'sip-files00008.pro'
85f10c4f923c1ba4b8dd82c378d6985a
cbe3ac2c943a6c448de9b2a9be83dd7f461ee1e1
'2014-05-16T14:53:29-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:19-04:00'
virus check
'38594' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile129' 'sip-files00009.pro'
93cf417d6ca14bee0a7e7c794ffdc121
4e3acbc9c1108c68eed37ba5248ac58e0803f18e
describe
virus check
'52725438' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile13' 'sip-files00013.tif'
e483dc81268ec58ba3c29e247809d3ab
9fc035d36666d16dbdab1ed92046b3aa7cb76845
'2014-05-16T14:53:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'40371' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile130' 'sip-files00010.pro'
dc09b5df09ffcc96fe3459db26adf8cc
7415377510b2786e9e73b9376dd2ee055d269ecd
'2014-05-16T14:54:16-04:00'
describe
virus check
'161519' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile131' 'sip-files00011.pro'
ac36dbad36cd4400ed70d9e7945f875e
1814981f7950586a82b8886cb6434b4cfcfba503
describe
virus check
'199718' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile132' 'sip-files00012.pro'
22140ad48869c600620ed569f14d74c2
a90b5052a09935fa00e345a127cd5344e5b259ca
describe
virus check
'145731' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile133' 'sip-files00013.pro'
358c3911832518a9ce57958ac173d52c
53a730ecae4274bfaf74bdfba1b95e6aef9519be
'2014-05-16T14:52:53-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:50:40-04:00'
virus check
'50424' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile134' 'sip-files00014.pro'
3b5660691909ffacd63c8e0ca9e9542b
6c71a6a52c2f609339187e16e3e8e27c9bbb0c5b
'2014-05-16T14:53:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'31848' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile135' 'sip-files00015.pro'
e19dbdeb2a7ce05f32a35e6e5db9edfd
6c8c6799ae577e51b5e25011531f2172c1c2a285
'2014-05-16T14:54:14-04:00'
describe
virus check
'69708' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile136' 'sip-files00016.pro'
c844a2ba4565be367cc34cf1472ff197
6e186b00a21b1e8d7ce7179b690114e847525a4a
describe
virus check
'226857' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile137' 'sip-files00017.pro'
54565fafdfc8d56fa533fdbcfb7b5d64
54ae9649830bcdb026e997ce197e1010fa945a96
'2014-05-16T14:53:45-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:55-04:00'
virus check
'183068' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile138' 'sip-files00018.pro'
2322d68baef62795e99bb0e1bf52e61d
34a49c66c48e508c8d7f20b23ab549da1596666c
'2014-05-16T14:53:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'179663' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile139' 'sip-files00019.pro'
cbc6a5d191fd9b403746d1cb4d6fc761
68bccc91176159fc27e0fab3e8860ba6c925e960
'2014-05-16T14:53:16-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:06-04:00'
virus check
'51807798' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile14' 'sip-files00014.tif'
37b55baf3efbd00a5e24ff8ab6aa2cdf
c7eb4c13ed663c950f086987b0f3cee8841e1169
'2014-05-16T14:52:43-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:50:29-04:00'
virus check
'185359' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile140' 'sip-files00020.pro'
f8439199d97e54035a28ad6053c27e1a
30cf7ebb53db044bc826800cf78ad1fe5d7ada74
'2014-05-16T14:54:09-04:00'
describe
virus check
'116411' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile141' 'sip-files00021.pro'
991bdf1fab53a718817e7adcd33af00d
e2a9c78a52442e42957d063d276fd640142ee9be
describe
'2014-05-16T14:52:20-04:00'
virus check
'133570' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile142' 'sip-files00022.pro'
49c855ee90883e7bb4400090bd6e93dc
3863eb58d18c8d5419e43b28cb751aabe6dbf322
'2014-05-16T14:53:41-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:45-04:00'
virus check
'322746' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile143' 'sip-files00023.pro'
ca64fa2974ab2c22cbfbac225b0934f5
d5beb30e84354823ec3c4d6f72394a05c263f79f
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:04-04:00'
virus check
'138070' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile144' 'sip-files00024.pro'
d321e8a97cce551da3fa541df1a8448e
a8a3a3b7e6233261959ef11c11126163e1a77e4e
'2014-05-16T14:52:42-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:50:25-04:00'
virus check
'12818' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile145' 'sip-files00001.txt'
901a781cc09dae77a8fe365e1e52f873
4ec9637ff7aa8cb336167633fa7f494816303121
'2014-05-16T14:53:49-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T14:52:05-04:00'
virus check
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
Invalid character
'11399' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile146' 'sip-files00002.txt'
8e523e58abcdb7ffda691778944c5a00
7d24f62a7fd288ad7c3007840a37821d5ee49446
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'4139' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile147' 'sip-files00003.txt'
c0911f21028f76287141b9a634119840
4b88162a593c1422ad55fd1773cd25a7b9f3e872
'2014-05-16T14:53:06-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'9324' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile148' 'sip-files00004.txt'
8f0f79c01ae25f2de9819fdd753d51c3
fe316fe62af05af200082fd39faeee9e02596756
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'11764' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile149' 'sip-files00005.txt'
c67efb19453a3aa4a625feb669544fe3
83d6b2ac63f95d420369bf8e0ea112b33baa4d61
'2014-05-16T14:53:34-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T14:51:34-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'47922066' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile15' 'sip-files00015.tif'
f80395e5ba247a3a4dd943f91e278ef8
3b143cb33145cc5919c6b490d3a006281a982295
'2014-05-16T14:54:19-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:52:40-04:00'
virus check
'11375' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile150' 'sip-files00006.txt'
ff04d0c44938ca1e0d56959e0316439d
5e3ce84345fd98e9e8dedd8cace9f7399441fca4
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T14:51:33-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6572' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile151' 'sip-files00007.txt'
788e8cebd924cb7b7c2b3ed2735a12c1
d7772c1fcb9ca09ab23daabeba7fdf75cd98ee3b
'2014-05-16T14:53:50-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T14:52:06-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'14811' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile152' 'sip-files00008.txt'
a66b3300c026f3032e40ee9fdf02b817
c2bc15aaf197f625006d6424e9792222f9907528
'2014-05-16T14:54:01-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'1580' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile153' 'sip-files00009.txt'
c38bd05d4d5212d92012bd5e20448187
42d244a6989ee1cc969171aca1c7455177869276
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'1828' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile154' 'sip-files00010.txt'
3a7cd001fe36e2f42baa33bce0e563ed
65b9fe3c81348f3a2bd35c675e55eec44400f923
'2014-05-16T14:53:55-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7551' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile155' 'sip-files00011.txt'
58a04d7e17bd69d7b7a01ff685f13da9
b7d97ab21387c846bc1d554103ff9dde5911ffd7
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7690' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile156' 'sip-files00012.txt'
596ccbac47e880d759b564781e5f45b2
e0e771697e6465ea17a53d23c30ebae5a0af2d5d
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6409' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile157' 'sip-files00013.txt'
c0d39f99e87600e0865d015728b9c803
99466e4d8646d2fced5ed75d9dbfdc22753d50d4
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'2030' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile158' 'sip-files00014.txt'
f171a988c0627219c62f54a6b6f7845f
de418a7b03c57401881f3869ec4e5d10ac814ac4
'2014-05-16T14:53:35-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'1541' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile159' 'sip-files00015.txt'
eaa2de9aec536ca49d2c7c5686dbc488
cab029a0d841997dcea585bb51861701bfd262c1
describe
virus check
'48802836' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile16' 'sip-files00016.tif'
ce65249871d7aa55865504b5f36cfb7b
a4f1b1de047db39b66463b5978cd799a32410e4c
'2014-05-16T14:53:18-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:11-04:00'
virus check
'3713' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile160' 'sip-files00016.txt'
c1721b3884184760a8674f7921241910
55ccb08282e41b598f4c1b466fa861695d5a66b8
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10726' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile161' 'sip-files00017.txt'
68c82c50b51270d29afffe83964f6d80
ae97471269bf822c43e39d912560ee4ab318547a
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7712' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile162' 'sip-files00018.txt'
04a4b587fd9191d5b2021afabf99633f
3eb8153c30cd567698ea83185d3c77452b402405
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'9158' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile163' 'sip-files00019.txt'
a78489770f8fb493bc25fa32e7bcdf03
4cbff23ff63538560cfd1c2a3a81459d5c0c25aa
'2014-05-16T14:52:51-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7528' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile164' 'sip-files00020.txt'
af63c4ad08b46b4171e5c14184f2f0c0
f4d12513ebf807b25d583ec5080be533fefc5885
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5424' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile165' 'sip-files00021.txt'
0a0e26786e65d3aa00aa6c379e1279b0
e9e143d8cd016a1d281bb5979ec07c62fbd48582
'2014-05-16T14:52:50-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T14:50:36-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5720' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile166' 'sip-files00022.txt'
ff7249476286a173bb01ceecea68d965
60dc421e7008dc71090cac35645ec84edad445c8
'2014-05-16T14:52:44-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T14:50:30-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'14624' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile167' 'sip-files00023.txt'
f2db42229593c3291af0b1c0de1983da
74323996ebf43a488684524211d70b85e9935663
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5669' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile168' 'sip-files00024.txt'
c36200dff97e533e028b5e38e1178c19
03824f74abad70a0b16395d9a6cfcedbc76fbaba
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'34504' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile169' 'sip-filesAA00015023_00375.mets'
ae0d00c104c3e5188710c044d8f56167
5fa62293e296b9260482e47b2fc6ff0ea059bfd3
describe
virus check
xml resolution
'50225884' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile17' 'sip-files00017.tif'
5964e0346d0f6956d3612dfb207ba423
7545f729f85d70ac3be639ae5696576b79ebd927
describe
virus check
'49465218' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile18' 'sip-files00018.tif'
bae0aae84bbe5b936f38a34501cdd82d
1c3780a44e031def7741445acd37c7a877578312
describe
virus check
'50104414' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile19' 'sip-files00019.tif'
7db101d7d7dca1e4e0a8da0303cdfe08
64048ef243d2219505be4dbc145102380c3ddba3
'2014-05-16T14:52:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49267386' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile2' 'sip-files00002.tif'
7889bcadbbf6ae7a0165f9be1e8ea3c9
c3b39d2bf58c9ee9af676287f6b38bc100baf9c9
'2014-05-16T14:53:11-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:02-04:00'
virus check
'49548438' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile20' 'sip-files00020.tif'
b76844730de3203d54bbcb5349948e80
c5f9f5faf899a4d8e53fe5da62c0d4590145d8ce
describe
virus check
'50119488' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile21' 'sip-files00021.tif'
be7563701c6d0f8cddc99abf74c88b4a
171213892d458027c7af2bb218059b6574c933fc
describe
virus check
'49960254' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile22' 'sip-files00022.tif'
66903aab244ef453da1aefff0b77a6d0
df8902aa8fec4b0ad2e711b308cf99cd04499dc5
describe
'2014-05-16T14:52:12-04:00'
virus check
'49711882' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile23' 'sip-files00023.tif'
c09a270eb8785290f2178cc58462966f
282922c8053262dc71687b4a1fd58d373bc194e8
'2014-05-16T14:53:32-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:28-04:00'
virus check
'50177988' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile24' 'sip-files00024.tif'
a66f10d55e9b7dbca1937b1a93c067ad
5957f1bff96a6c91825a9e01168855de3a7aee80
describe
virus check
'2061442' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile25' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
1b38017b2123181f726c02f8b1629fb5
0a1ddcad95e1d1732b8608be3ddae7bbe0b51960
describe
virus check
'2052903' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile26' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
e751b9e388f5a1238a9a33dc5b655233
311cc3d3d3929010ff4ee890d37de0c2d79e9112
describe
virus check
'2051323' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile27' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
0bb12a6bf28262fb41ba9645beb98838
88b18efef2cdcedf99a0bc8bc753978a9c09b58f
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:35-04:00'
virus check
'2095832' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile28' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
0526dfeb29389e6e81c636b3951ca03c
80d6daa0b5ec8d66778e38a8ba0faf94ddbcae08
describe
virus check
'2086095' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile29' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
7d9da0877fc93e53cea3253f7f2fe607
194afd5159543c83eb7b6c3343b4c5bc4c83af8d
describe
virus check
'49229466' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile3' 'sip-files00003.tif'
b660aebc22dfa4ab42313c494e679f3e
6467e7569866d06227d5c03e3089e408de7a349e
'2014-05-16T14:53:04-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:50:52-04:00'
virus check
'2098146' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile30' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
98d5f256142af9069515f54d102d4ec5
e29fbd4c16ab1d4bf27319a2014251aadd6a37fa
describe
virus check
'2059529' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile31' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
bcff177d88877d7eddbe198015ba70a6
b44959d1825f2ae35f03148193a87c9c5d4c8dab
'2014-05-16T14:53:39-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:40-04:00'
virus check
'2059228' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile32' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
63644a44c45e1a5361496c07db7d35fe
17610ed292fcc6b31dbae73c367eb7d83bb620a5
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:20-04:00'
virus check
'2030433' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile33' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
a5ce0911d302c94c9291c583d295d2b9
60add6782863d84e74caa6f17b28a55e818ef6e8
describe
virus check
'2083451' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile34' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
1634f834beca99ca0683750ea362dbe5
31f7e3d60d85112c71b635516faaa6f597b910fb
describe
virus check
'2144759' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile35' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
36711316009370926d0b5c2d66982a01
12469e0dcea6677d19f443db54b045859a963235
'2014-05-16T14:53:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2188501' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile36' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
648e277cf3f4f7ccd4119abe261781b8
7a08082324e7b52a335870a0c8ebb9354d20ee48
describe
virus check
'2196973' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile37' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
43c46caec7d22b72f1efde34bbc18dce
edbfd5a55dbb57e195289f1ad1ac4919b5fb6f85
describe
virus check
'2158751' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile38' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
a06501d696f2d008b4c5f596f03cf7fc
6aa974f77e3bef72c3532a7a0a602e3dc042604e
describe
virus check
'1996852' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile39' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
426d3153bc13ad4877f2494af0a6eb94
964957a45ea2f9e3e463e4c91e7da77611089e70
describe
virus check
'50298282' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile4' 'sip-files00004.tif'
f54263e8737b301349ddd099c2bba0bd
13621aeea6758a7aa1706b53faa39796cd446d75
'2014-05-16T14:53:38-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:39-04:00'
virus check
'2032534' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile40' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
bfb73d141d84f123ca7fc136dea11314
39e7f2d23ea81009fefdcee53699ca337ee7917e
describe
virus check
'2092844' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile41' 'sip-files00017.jp2'
894f76729998a193ef9f5966df41248a
bbbe58827383dd6e841b551cd043272efc6320fd
'2014-05-16T14:53:19-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2061145' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile42' 'sip-files00018.jp2'
8e87bcdc68deb57839e7b8fb311ae2c4
1f8d773e26215bfb921017ed22a1c710495cdd64
describe
virus check
'2087778' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile43' 'sip-files00019.jp2'
7a264d62bdcec599897e1058c2b4ff58
7a0919296796791ddf315ac41c01a0c7cbd4a313
describe
virus check
'2064616' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile44' 'sip-files00020.jp2'
51a1ae9285c14e5291a161605506f607
c3d2182f25c428900fdb1b9b02162c586a7641b9
describe
virus check
'2088414' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile45' 'sip-files00021.jp2'
59c94722f106572ca2d4ff8407f6c225
7bccaffacaa654272928f74e718e85d3430aefad
describe
virus check
'2081772' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile46' 'sip-files00022.jp2'
8304969ae2c143a39cd438ca282c7756
78d44d0f1dd2fcb9125bb3629b1dbc5aff0e6ced
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:13-04:00'
virus check
'2071431' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile47' 'sip-files00023.jp2'
173b7e0a8dc78c872a0b34035257df08
0c5fcd6527c5c1702fec66d56e07acdfb417053c
describe
virus check
'2090852' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile48' 'sip-files00024.jp2'
e6df8c884a322297a2b75dc72e28325f
8eee2e37f59cf82024744395ade231df94744fec
describe
virus check
'706055' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile49' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
4e4c9baf29b740a20e8f0b8e6d3a571b
7c26e55e28bc5a0f1c2b9f893819f81be82725c4
'2014-05-16T14:53:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50064934' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile5' 'sip-files00005.tif'
a00751168a626c1d8178a24dd89fe4c0
b359c27787ab06d0609441ceface8e1bc502b7e7
'2014-05-16T14:53:44-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:53-04:00'
virus check
'67219' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile50' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
a450ea4943b1491d3d2ff1855368febb
9942b7a382ec099a0c339aa7cd704142a00b94d1
describe
virus check
'757080' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile51' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
b2ed1d731f2e99eb5b4e697343516b79
09f163b6501b22adc2f50251997f4276b190bd0c
describe
virus check
'71939' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile52' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
b9658ff07b66ff3ae684bb765bd0c44d
d734986c3e302779c64d32a6277977cf0f67ef1a
describe
virus check
'644895' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile53' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
0724af8bd3104bcc52083034b9c92e03
4aa4ba2d7cf641957d5490022548e362fb01d8e9
describe
virus check
'67649' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile54' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
addfc45b63251121b4c7049f913e72db
ff7f2391578a0aeeba197404cafa5b9f41c8ce22
describe
virus check
'761488' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile55' 'sip-files00004.jpg'
4acf3639906d2549648f645154e4778a
a4a2664ef1607efbbefbbd6743b9f990dd69b559
describe
virus check
'75389' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile56' 'sip-files00004.QC.jpg'
86d14979cc86efa0177932471067a048
b19b78bcc293b35ecd4b02f8a1cab9d77213bd22
describe
virus check
'750468' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile57' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
fa16635fcbeba35141fefa96aef1a7b5
0958e4c7d0e04c898b179551dbf79c3631069670
describe
virus check
'74813' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile58' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
6b5cfd5e4b8738f1bf28c578f71aa144
558580bf5308a0670b7c22670369b4d033da1dd4
'2014-05-16T14:53:00-04:00'
describe
virus check
'721351' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile59' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
a9b9bf2f585762e73ad3d5701e8de668
e04de34d5c712c55c22db3fcaa97054bad827101
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:54-04:00'
virus check
'50353324' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile6' 'sip-files00006.tif'
fd435841e15cb2a9fe790ab372f3f131
ade1c081561c9a327ffa939a63fd1bac832dcbe4
describe
virus check
'73270' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile60' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
182927917c1e24dfdd2f46511e15fd61
cd3124fc7ce6dc13051b0786928f16ca9deebf96
describe
virus check
'671613' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile61' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
9d41e4766c05679507e83ca4d4e8180a
7df5977260cda3631eff5690f4b667294472d362
describe
virus check
'73865' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile62' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
d23c458dede2ef0dfc5646a5bea9fc60
792d7bee32ff0b814a76c33b6e0269b3de01aead
describe
virus check
'785691' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile63' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
d065ea3d402bf8fde85a7490857aba54
76352a3f0a6af855df09e8c7e4a51f744f38b8ef
'2014-05-16T14:53:58-04:00'
describe
virus check
'77448' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile64' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
cc038de88a750f29a177b72d801a9b62
899517cb8af701bf1021e9c1646458c6ddbe35b5
describe
virus check
'747576' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile65' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
2667813689cf997a4635f15c73e60c8c
98e4eadd6c7a14b05b7ee005f742e107f507f483
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:29-04:00'
virus check
'81778' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile66' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
c13bb5873caf6f63793262c9d2837b67
909177737ce826a70b0ef227d546430f85f727eb
describe
'2014-05-16T14:50:48-04:00'
virus check
'671278' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile67' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
1ce8a75f67e3e6d005a7eae0529e31a0
e856e14dae36b4e48a11bebf9b389fadd6a84b72
describe
virus check
'79333' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile68' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
c34dc873485ed50e2e56b2dc16dac400
fdcc2bcebd806635342e3e596c08e0667c949224
describe
virus check
'598562' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile69' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
0842eaee5c7b1ccdbe24ef4602e794c0
d749e1b420fb7e708be610a70101539d8251e159
describe
virus check
'49426302' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile7' 'sip-files00007.tif'
9eb121ac7224c0d677517de94036d5d7
45db53a99885fa9c05a7de3b73b4892f8607bae1
describe
virus check
'67605' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile70' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
2e7bad35ed53fa348ba3ffcee9ea92e1
cb33343d37b075792c637f8a616513ef408dde32
describe
virus check
'746796' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile71' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
95650be437e1b938ddbd0ef4e42dbe11
c60a4ea7cc2c92045ed2a92d990b91ee2bec4f0c
describe
virus check
'78864' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile72' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
2d9e280d44fd7b0fb173679b6910872e
bf1ef23d50889f92f9b64fcfca8980d832930900
describe
virus check
'712986' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile73' 'sip-files00013.jpg'
3d420eafef52a54e4318c856de091ca9
088cd645680189dd81ce5426e2a40ba9c906e1e7
describe
virus check
'79978' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile74' 'sip-files00013.QC.jpg'
3d6e371a09b69d7d88d55874dc699302
2cb41c390c13b98cfbc5f70f74c5fb15b537a2b3
describe
virus check
'626414' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile75' 'sip-files00014.jpg'
8a1bd3b0ef36a57c33ca60eb9aa6ac03
bee9938e9bea68487a7db792c2ec5307ad43a407
describe
virus check
'71617' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile76' 'sip-files00014.QC.jpg'
4d12e8e715a4a06c0609e6eb1aa5df77
c6a65f6f6566302350b89277e8d5d59e11ec79c6
describe
virus check
'688437' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile77' 'sip-files00015.jpg'
6f0e96343049c033e16071c46aee1522
5fa122127d0d5fd050d7263e634c296b62cc7e9d
describe
virus check
'74587' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile78' 'sip-files00015.QC.jpg'
08ded84d0571a74dc8d0072e39df7e6c
5a156ddca1a322aa86d5af7f46da6f9b2c03f6aa
describe
virus check
'661885' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile79' 'sip-files00016.jpg'
85f29dba83472756a538ba91a19984d6
c1ceb475470df6133922b5d74e3d4f453c7b7c02
describe
virus check
'49419294' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile8' 'sip-files00008.tif'
662c693caee9d000333d583e5079b0b9
889c6610ced8d678b25a7488c8876f7e71d30056
'2014-05-16T14:54:11-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:52:26-04:00'
virus check
'89195' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile80' 'sip-files00016.QC.jpg'
3c027b1c310497cfb99e858cdde02043
03a54caa8f93a87499a008a0030748e96dc66822
describe
virus check
'694221' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile81' 'sip-files00017.jpg'
1905b272784f01cbaa4ec5141d9efaa0
1a48f35dac408439b87eff8a966bece6b614bb48
describe
virus check
'69573' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile82' 'sip-files00017.QC.jpg'
d40899d7b68e5634ff2ec82cbc7c3a3d
47233ac9d64dd02c5cf3bc5d52413b4ecb66e7c3
describe
virus check
'750972' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile83' 'sip-files00018.jpg'
6ba3eebfcffbc603f46c49980f941de9
356866496e17306c12996ac7d29ac436038d98d7
describe
virus check
'78269' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile84' 'sip-files00018.QC.jpg'
df038b296ac063e2b36095974b2243c0
879f3d9db53d1442d0afb3e044f45318b3a97935
describe
virus check
'666117' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile85' 'sip-files00019.jpg'
b87aa1028c9ba5c9da5d6d3a61b729ef
7fd7bd755efa7156d5f9be76bcac01b845dcc3b1
describe
virus check
'74162' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile86' 'sip-files00019.QC.jpg'
54d1d49630d5d8d4081414fe374b449e
90442cf3f73f1afa911e3cba7d73f60b8c334179
describe
virus check
'701518' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile87' 'sip-files00020.jpg'
5a609942db8f87ffb20da0f1c9f547e5
7406bf962f49825f247161a69dfdef2e9de910f7
describe
virus check
'71683' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile88' 'sip-files00020.QC.jpg'
2ab3077e398c352151c3a954dcbfa3a9
1c7c929f47bc9c243e6d49d3ca9b481da5d87ea8
describe
virus check
'669072' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile89' 'sip-files00021.jpg'
c70b59dd6762306d43ea956195aacad6
e12ee80224009709b3ce7b3533e79b0bb35b40d7
describe
virus check
'48728098' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile9' 'sip-files00009.tif'
45e0c8868627bad399098ab42763cdc2
6f7729ee17116608d14206e55ad64d83d193eb67
'2014-05-16T14:53:40-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:51:44-04:00'
virus check
'71372' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile90' 'sip-files00021.QC.jpg'
795cf5ed155a70edddafa42bca4b79fe
a6b8c86569bc2aa290c4ff2dcbb0d29533fc6909
describe
virus check
'733713' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile91' 'sip-files00022.jpg'
c6dff656b26a2f43dd4cc14bf309d9e7
4c4aecc3e844fbf5d81643367a73f54eced47465
describe
virus check
'75828' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile92' 'sip-files00022.QC.jpg'
e607eb3a3b0cc40c0faa5f8183b71667
b47fd3701e6adcf3017afbd8bdb8bb3db9b50bc3
describe
virus check
'739940' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile93' 'sip-files00023.jpg'
c159f0d175bd780fb5c3cbba115e5c7b
38d790bb7630c0aaa6be1b6ea7ceeccbaee24fef
'2014-05-16T14:54:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'70308' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile94' 'sip-files00023.QC.jpg'
9852a3f5989c01f86eacdaade2994fec
aa8647253659bd6a38ca628d619ff04f5c0ab2ad
describe
virus check
'716522' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile95' 'sip-files00024.jpg'
2e84062d2a0418a57baa46d729c4627d
a2e6318ac340514e7e80047b457623fb576b9554
describe
virus check
'71380' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile96' 'sip-files00024.QC.jpg'
23a4b51df422bb58704b474de0f3a879
69354f1ede1161eab09b0fe62fe73cd65d07f740
describe
virus check
'15259' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile97' 'sip-files00001thm.jpg'
52ac0ce037ba429890a5b44f87ae390f
3792f955003747f51e331bc62d62c8684fc99458
describe
virus check
'16332' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile98' 'sip-files00002thm.jpg'
0c51a2ee26a8d4af9b3fd904bcb92eb0
f0cadbcdbe1517a05c5bd0666e6917ed38b8c870
describe
virus check
'16543' 'info:fdaET9Q5FHXG_J0F8NKfile99' 'sip-files00003thm.jpg'
48d8ab28668d395477799d7722ef4727
454a7da9236aadc2d632380b4c6051f798dde712
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