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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00376


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THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER


Port au Prince R6publique d'Haiti


Telephone 2061


SUNDAY, JULY


phptogirapli W a mod&el'but the eree thing.. The.Peligre Da
4,J .. '. 'as it looks today. ..

latest Uilding Feat Attempted
e Peligre Dam, has been complete
S '..,. *;!" .'.-:. 'J? ;'. -. n' "t .
l. month, the greatest engineering, feat ever executed in tV
.epnbc. reacies completion. Millions' of dollars, thousand
:.t6n bf ceqiment with. a great deal of sweat and even bloi
H i:gpe, into. theq -costruction of the largest head-buttre
.i 'ift he world .',.:pjeligre Dam and: the Artibonite Ir
tioii Works'are. n.w being turned Over to the ODVA by
Yes BrowHandmRout and.the -engineeiing firm of Tippe1
-Mc artey-Stratton who planned and supervised tl
4uoly 1th, Mr; CharlesD. Leggett, project manager,
S" :thb largpt..eineering company working inT 'freij
g ,today po1e in'detail about the prject as guest speak
te ,,ipeetg f t'e .Association of Architects and Enigineer
=."' eI -gd 'vl
Mr. aeggt ,.. Fveloppement de la Valle de ]'
jhcorifing.to *historical re'cbrds' tihonitea was' set, up as an,-ind
h" first propect4 .4the irriga- pendent entity -of" the Haiti
pi:of :a.Iarge,p6ti6on of'the'"Ar-' Government for the purpose
dcire tPtana 'd wad.. h alco tie'd ping the Axrtbonite, Valli
re.:.th.a"a .fc. .and a 'half A preliminaryy report by my. cc
igo. However; tMe project 'was pany was submitted to the ODV
mtW built, and ,small portions of in JuAe of 1950 which.. recoil
|.plain continued .to be.irrigat- mendei the construction of P
.jy the dive-sion of water into ligre Dam and the construction
aihy. small bottom intakes. In of an irrigation system'for t]
gm"anner the lands could only Artibonite' PIa'in: 'Except for
irrigated during the season, chanreejn the type of dam nece
flotbd flows, stated by foundation condition
.At a' later date,' I. believe, some at the site, tbep. reject is es'en'ti
lminry' sttU4ses,.were made ly the same as that recommend
gelgre: Canydon, having in ed in the preliminary report.
td'the construction of' a dam, Location of Site
lt.'i my knowledge,.:the ,first (Continued on age' 2)
...nti .on'.'paje )
relinary plans for a' dinam lo-______
te" 'in Peligre Canyon were
'ae'in 1925. The purpose of Haiti Walks Off
es dam howeverwasw o to' store With Cator Cup
ter io6r diversion through l a Trounces Salvador
U g canal and tunnel ito the Arround es Salvadors
.de Sc Plain. TAnd Honduras.
.1h 194.9 the cOrganisneide;.P&-, Tfy..,e nig;
l. 1949t ..ns d D .19th, 0His Exe the Presidenta
..... the Republic winding up hi
Urvvors of aDevant Die. birthday celebrations and 20,00
av..d by Attend Dieu.' footballl fans 'saw the vvlsitink
,.... .i "Honduran team hold the Hatia,
' little after noon on Sunday combination to a nil-all draw ii
:rtn-ig wind sank the Safling- the Magloire Stadium in the lasi
lit eDevant Dieut (Before G0d) match of the Triangular: Tour
.. + _j T -- -_ -" .


, rrTaversee Boucasslnl, drow-
g. Docelian Cesar, Germaine
Ysse and one Loremise.
is' Moneus Morelus,, Amiie
!'r,'FelismaJaslin and Deceus
1tS were fortunately rescued
5:9tther sailing-boat Attend
iS(Waft for God). When the
4ln of the sunkep boat rea.
4& Port-au-Prince at about
*:l., to report the incident
"tlhe police, he was detained
r .'questioning.


na-meni. naitj. flas emerged vie
tcrs with El Salvador second
iAd Honduras last. The Haitiar
team seemed to haverelaxed for
this match'after the relatively
Pod" perl'ordiance -o the"'Hondu
ran team on Tuesday against El
'Salvador.
,Minister Franck Devieux pre-
crilerd the Captain of the Nation-
al Selection of Haitj with the
Sylvia Cator Cup.
(Continued on page 17)


....* r ) 1 r 1 S Tfl'


tresidentYlgtre r-`an
efit W11 : ii .b '.W-k
?ai E.*President Paul E.Magloire 'inPm a ts.... ..
13 U.S. GENERALS the stage is set for the;big reunito.tth Presidents ogU
ARRIVE, TODAY Americas. Eighteen visiting Chiefspf Stte.k:bf the. N
hemisphere re e L ct'd.t^teid.hb*!'Ug i ^^mb "
A Total of 25 Stars heipeeaee%7e oatek~btoa'setfEtz
PA Total of 25 Stars resident Ricardo'Aas; of Panata,' as.their official h. S
Of BRASS : .Psidet 'senhswerot
13 U.S.. Generals Carl den esstom, 'a
Apntv1. Carl Behrmanp
fro .the .Senior Nationhi State lebiafohs scheduled or V,
Guard arrive ,here today, enroute a uka he l...
to Puerto Rico where they will ih Hospital .. g eiae&w i
observe summer training of the : -, ...n'.4
rate 'th 3isolrapA eiaVt4 t'
Puerto 'ic3n Army andNational After Auto Crash First Pan .AmricaC' onfl*.
"i., =Gt ,.d. *_ *. .- First Pbh-Eana.tn'A 26~.tfc
Car Beirm .i 'held-inFnmait2*-C
j-N iq of the officers are Ad- Behrma is recovering at2 convpcatp.lba of',imong.1A
ju tat.Generals of Southern he .Asile Francais Hospital. from .EL- Libert44 ".. ..
States. Gen;Talsietelv.rther .I
th* eeie te r te Mie Facais wh6-Ho -cab- Br~n"7
tra at aUS.iirUi.es received wheti he.crash-. aUe .i...t
ibng .at the,. U S. ,Fb nt. 'ed'his 1956 Mercury cPheatonx, soreid- ,bte wi4Sres&.s..
Air. Force Base in Robins AFB, Wednesday at 3:00 P ., on the pidl.lmex".be'took!.I"o"'
1Georgia, and ae" appointed, to Ption le Road 200 meters Jly th d ith i
off-ice by?-the State G'ovrnors. Potio Ville, Road 200. meters .d eri 6 ;
office by"edn the. S tae G nors. ddwn from, the El Rancho tuflt tion of !the" i.r, o
k Heading the. group Is. Major- off d
General Morris. R, .Nelson, Vice- .. AmeicaH e u ie ^
Anerican.R Re1
Comanrer of the Continental He crashed into' the left ,fend-. !nof J'. "e' 4?0r
he Air. Command, Major-General "er of the on-coiing eCitroen.". '. J .
ds 'George G. Finch4 Commander of of Dentist Antoine Gabriel as'it l-- .1e s.
d tithe-Fourteenth Air Force 'Base, doubled a ceamion. The shook te l coltos.
S.S 'lMajor-General Winston P. N1- sent the'Mercury, out of .ontrol,. tg"eee, toh as#" l'?
- -son, Deputy Chief of the 'Natibn- The. luxurious auto .0nde a ..Z, meen eail b
le 'al Guard B1ureau of Nashvill, ,into a ditch aid lh'eh back across ... tediwn...,o *oa !w..Wk
Temnn, and Brigadier General Ro- the rad into a Flamboyant tree_..-szs'wok 6
he yal Hatc, Jr'., Deputy Command- '. Ford dealer'' Behr'ahn "was-in` W9.ew p tw al 1'
Ford deo ei. ,]hoahn"I -bs'
o er for National Guard Affairs, rushed to:.' hospital 'by : yowun dhtw -' t'tyher si'wj,' tu'
Mristwh1etherawi1who was9
Of Continental Ai .Command. motorist Sabalat'who was near oppo-t. f' twA..t.r.' tttj,
g :The State Adjutant Generals the scene 'df the accident. Mr. &.,- .the Q f$e"
er are: Majors 'Gneral William D. Behrmanri has sufferedn' se"- *i7." on-nt'-.'<
Mu 4vtophnent
rs Part ow, Jr.. 'TAG, Alabama, veral iui uries; a key..."heP.esh.iia..
de Louisian; whiem P. Wilson, made. a gash .in his. right leg. '.sesio.. I
de- TAG, 'Mississippi; John H. Man-' While 'the knob of the tentilatleI.n tei1 I h e'. uA a*E^ 4
an,, nint,' TAG,. north Carolina; opened his left nee, Te steer t.e Pa ia9:
oil' James C. Dozie, TAG, South tag-wheel. split his. u4per oand ec' n'o'lol. d ..h!..,
ey. Carolina, and Joe W. Heztry, Jr:, lower. lips and broke ftiu-ofhis. meetihg..in the .8.o.r.X,,t
,m TAG, Tennessee. ribs.. He aJso suffered bruises! front President.iPlaca 41
. The Assistant State A4jutant especially on his right ankle.. 00A'" T.yUstdneds
m- General, is: Brigadier General -o thePresidett.of..ta
>e- Homer Flynn, Assistant Adja- 'Pastor Wallace, Turnbull who .Pn.ti'ina.sie.o@.th1' t a .
on. tant Geperal of Georgia. played an important role in res dent of'e o Counci] A,:,
e. The distingushed Air Force cue work, following Hazel, will!afternoon; .4gama re"eption i
, officers who, arrive at noon 'to- speak 'this Wednesday, before union Club .at 'l :00"P, .M.
es day will ,stay oyer nighC at' the the Club International de Corn the first tda.'. '.
ns Hotel Riviera, And depart' on meree on: The "MOuntain Today, Sunday, '1et j
at Monday, for Pue4o-Rico. Around Us x.. HotqEl .,,Pknin".eg3 tpS5
- On The Slope s Of Morne La Selle .M.; ,and:vas loW 4d hr a

4-DAY FOREST FIRE DESTROYS' t
500 ACRES OF VIRGIN TIMBER ,phar a faral essbya
The most devastating, timber The. greatest timberland fire. .nama's Ctsiet.e .a-
land fire recorded in Haiti in two in the history of Haiti consum dents y.--m als. addreSs's :the
years, consumed 500 acres of vir- 700 ars of timbr n the Marie- g p, O ind e4 Couhi` me-l.
gin forest on the Pie LaSelle, in Clair region of the Pine Forest ers are' to be. in attendance. :.'.
a SndaytoWed day blaze two years ago. The monument of the. t'-
L ib e ra to r .-is fo b e th e :
y that, was fought by 60 forest L i setting, while s. th be Pn.* "
' guards equipped with firehoses. .P
Is A shower of rain put the fire pl fo altering, i b 'A '
out Wednesday. to T .S0mo .oU-ar.
g, The fire which burned over '. ..The day.cloe0.Y..-i.:h:'M
SHaiti's highest mountain, Pic La seskpin held by. the Orkaniza-tiod
n Hait's hghese3eS
n Selle, elevation S,793 feet, caus.- ,f, erl Stateh Council m
It ed considerable damage to' 'the bq.. honoflng:th,. letving-.'Proe-.:."
- timber and water ihed of the aldents, in tle Salon 'Bella .Vista "
- region. The tesident.t. the Council.
SHAWDA officials in cbgrge of wAB deliver and. address, "ollo- ,.
Sthe Pine Forest are investigating B eed 4 s a speech by Presideto,"
rthe cause of the fire, and In an .. :";.":.
interview with the Sunt on Mr i Haiti's President, Paul E. Ma. ,
L' .day morning,' Director Durand gloire accompanied.. by .the. First .;.
L stated that no conelusins h adLady a a22-m er suieIfiv.
as yet been reached.,Cat'bfi&:'to, :a,:
The timber of the area affect- City on a Pan American Sup.r-
ed by the flames was not being The Gordon Cup .presented to 8 Cliplier, -The.MIohaWk PAA .':..
Smiled as it bad been set aside the winners of the Tennis don. Steward, Chuck Resor who .a,;a
as a reserve, for the next gener..b ties at Turg-eau Tenni.s Club. :
action. (See page 3) (Contined'o page 20):: :,
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boxing down on the intricate Caneau intake diversion structure.


g1 Ghtatest Biuildingf
ra PeIligre IaMn, 1i
FT a


1;rn tzlgre Dam is locatea ar te
ta.'n at. vantageous sie,. .in. e Pe -
ji':gre '.Cayon. .This canyon is ap-
probxlntely 2 kilometers long
3i-itnd offers the only practical dam
Sfor storing latge quantil-s
JI, water along the entire river.
pf fai*, sites studied two were
..urveyed and, investigated in
'4i$a'z. FoundationI investigations
cwmpv.sed the drilling of 85
-Jikoles.Sdome over 150 feet, in
'i'depth, l) obtain rock .cores, and
.,'ildo the' driving of, tunnels into
.,. S..roc abutments. At the final"
.:te*, .Uth6 foundation was investi-
Kt .906d'further by- -pumping ce-
Aint :t*tit undeSr, pressure into
t The 'istbtertanean fractures.'
tlia grOiflgatist vpsearried out
P... eterine the 1fsibilty of for-
"ig ,. watertight' cutoff under
mf.thedn and to es-
.,Of construe-
'' q suiAble for
LV,*zi.Pe foundationn
oat Peligre
30 op.'f di oorest upon which
E ,nsL -.been built to date
SA c6nsequently, presented
i; ...nv. difficult design and cons-
Sti on'. problems. Due to this
it'cial foundation,' condition a
', masdve lieid buttress dam was
eUdon[ceived sitce the loading on
tbe foundation isless thai 'for
Wih types :of dhms 'and uplift
fores ,trom high water pressures
may be ..neglected.
I*...lqt e Damrn has a total, length
.% .37 .- meters, a'maximum width
d !tfap'ifation of 8b meters, and
bwtht' above foundation rock
0 i nbters.. It is'. the highest
'tite bead buttress dam 'in
.,world
;, ,. .. ..
S"The purpose .Of ...ige Dam
-is threefOld: 1) to store water
duting.. the'flood flow season for
dishiarLe. down the river during
f.' e dry' .season fo irrigation; 2)
Sto.protect tIe valley downstream
.from' devastating flbods. 3) to
::-.store water 'for releasing for'the
Ut.f(re produttipn of electric
-.power. The 'reservoir behind Pc-
b:...ligrt'Dam has-a capaCity of 400,
000,000 cubic metert of storage
,'..witi" the' aiei'-'sLrface ,at eleva-
S:tid 1 ei ci" i 'tihe top of
.."i. the '6piivay.crest. Four sluice
,.,' gates are' provided jgear, the hot-
.- "'-.tom 6f th e dam, at Elevation 123,
Duriiig the flood season, roughly
-from May 1 to November 1,
|y.: -these 'gates 'should be operated
i. in sucb a way as to pass flood
-flows, but at the same time wat
.er should be. stored during this
:.. :eaEon *so that on approximate
ly November 1 the water surface
S will be at Elevatibn 167 corres
Spondlng to' a full reservoir. Of
K course, when the Peligre Dan
-" power,plaiTt is installed a portion
; of the flow will be discharged
: c ontiituously through Sthe. pens
.: tocks. Inflow to the reservoir
Which exceeds the capacity o


Feat Attempted

as been completed
,tefal*e 1)
the sluices will pass over the
spillway. The spillway is design-
ed for a maximum discharge of
1,500 cubic meters per second.
However, Peligre reservoir pro-
vides a dfood storage pool with
a volume of 180,000.000 cubic
meters above elevation 159 so
that with proper control of the
water level by operation of the
sluice,- gates during the wet sea-
SortAhis amount of storage should
be available for control pf floods.
Except "for rare occurenees of ex-
treme flood flow conditions the
outflow from the dam during the
rainy season should not exceed
350 'cubic meters per second,
whereas heretofore' flood flows
of 1,000 cubic'meters per second
bould be expected at about' 2
year intervals.

i During the dry season, rough-
ly from November 1 to May 1,
the. outflow from Peligre Dam
should be maintained by opera-


be -highly desirous that this work
of reforestration be continued on
an expanded scale.
Construction.

Inrr the above I have attempted
to present a brief outline of the
purpose and operation of Peligre
Dam, and will now present some
data' concerning Its construction.
The preparation of foundations
required the excavation of 413,
570 pubic 'meters of earth and
rock. The total volume of con-
crete placed wds 2i1,3i0 cubic
meters, requiring th use of
1,213,1-10 sacks of Type II ce-
ment, 275,780 sacks of Pozzolan
and approximately 650,00 tons of
fine and coarse aggregate. The
totair reinforcing steel required
amounted to 1,175,550 kilograms.
The concrete was proportionately
mixed, land placed by the most
modern methods employed or.
dam construction ,today. In order
to obtain a low cement coOntent
per cubic yard of concrete the
graduation of both fine and coar-
se aggregate was carefully con-
trolled. The 'average' ceiefit con-
tent per cubic l a'td for the
entire dam, including all rela-
tively thin reinforced walls
was 4.1 sacks per cubic yard,
or 5.3 sacks per cubic meter

In order to prevent any possible
alkali reaction between the ce-
.ment and aggregate, 20% of the
cement was replaced by P6zzo-
lan. The concrete was placed at
an average temperature of 50oF.
in order to eliminate shrinkage
'in Volume and resultant crack-
ing. This temperature was ob-
tained by inundating the coarse
aggregate in water at 34oF., by
the use of' mixing water at 34oF.,
and by the addition of 'flake ice
to make up for the additional
water content required for the
mix. To date there is no evidence
of alkali reaction or cracking. It
is not expected that any will be
'found in the future.


tion of the sluice gates at 40 cu- Jn order to prevent excessive
bic meters per second to supply leakage through the rock frac-
the irrigation system. When the tures around or under the dam,
power plaht is installed this flow a cutoff curtain 'has been instal-
will pass through the penstocks .led. At 'the .right, abutment this
for generation of electric power. curtain was achieved by instal-
h whic Is ling a narrow poured concrete
.The question which is alwaysection'into the rock which was
*asked regarding the Peligre extended by pumping cement
Dam and reservoir is that of the grout into hlesdrilled some 200
rate of sedimentation. An analysis feet farther into the abutment.
of the available records of sedi- Below the foundation of the dam
meant content, 'of the Artibonitethe cutoff curtain was formed
Rivei indicatesfthaureaiinewas...... .
Rivdr indicates that sediment by filUing the rock fractures with
will accumulate in -PdFire rA-" cement group through holes dril-
servoir at an average 'rate of led from the routing gallery.
3,450,000 cubic meters per year Th hol& drilled be'ow the
Theo~etcaiy aout40%of The .........................
Theoretically about 401r% of he' foundation extend to depths va-
capacity, or 172,000,000 cubic me trying from 100.-feet to 150 feet
ters of storage, will be filled and are spaced from 2,& feet
*ith sediment in 50 years. Be-ttoo 0 fbet par t according t6 the
cause of the wide range in ele- fracture ddndition of the rock
nations that result from the re- encountered. To date there.has
commended plan of operntcT. been no noticeable leakage with
this sediment accumulation will, reservoir water levels varying
be thru most the entire lei.gth from Elevation 135 to Elevation
of the rdservoir. However. i T is 149. It may be possible that some
believed that the above me,.tion- leakage may occur with higher
ed rate is'conservatively high anI .heads of water, but it is not ex-
several favorable factors' ,.id:.t erected to be excessive. However,
which act to reduce the sedimen should excessive leakage appear,
accumulation. After the powei additional grouting can be car-
plant is in operation, a consider- tried out from the galleries pro-
able part of 'the sediment which Vided.
is carried by floods occurring at
low. dra%*down of the reservoir As stated previously the mini-
will .pas through the penstocks. In mum flow from Peligre dam will
addition. the 'large range In wat- be maintained at 40 edbic meters
er level in the reservoir aids iP per second. Additional inflow to
Reducing the volume of sediment the river below the dam, prin-
Sby exposing the deposits to the cipally from the Fer A Cheva]
air thus permitting consolidation River. amounts to approximate
SHowever, the average rat" Ot 11 cubic meters pet second in
accumulation of 3,450,000 cubic creasing Li ? discharge available
e meters per year could for irrigation distribution at Ca
- be materially reduced by neau Intake to 51 cubic meters
r erosion control in the per second. This volume of wat
n Artibonite watershed above the er is conservatively high for the
n dam. I understand that certain irrigation of 31,800 hectares.
di steps have- been taken' in a pro- Caneau Project.
5- liminary way to reforestate cer-
r tain parts of the watershed. ir The Caneau Intake diversion
f economically possible, it would struncturc was designed for thi


purpose of diverting water into
two canals, one on either baik
of the river, and for passing
flows. The large flood gate of
the structure, which is 32 met-
ers in length, operates automa-
tically, closing to divert all
flow into the canals and opening
to pass flood flows. It Js design-
ed to pass 600 cubic meters per
second. Discharges in excess of
this knount will pass over the
rockfill weir constructed at* the
right bank. The crest elevation
of this weir is sapt-purposely one
meter below tie structure ele-
vation for the purpose of passing
such flows.
There areas twb manually ope-
rated gates for delivery of water
into the two main canals. The
structure is -located at the leht
bank of the river so "that thie
'Left Bank-Canal takes off direct-
ly from the gate. Water to .the
Right Bank Canal is discharged
through a siphon under the struc-
ture and thence through a con-,
cre'te conduit under the rock fill
to the Right Bank Canal. The
.main flow for *the project passes
through the. Left' Bank Canal
approximately .2 kiloetet 'to
the b- i lpio whnetit ds
catil .e;4 &6:e.l':.rivei to the*
Vifiai&da"`i1'aLwiIch..feeds's the'
Not # t:ition,' of the pro-
jec4*:fglger part. .the. pro-
ject i- located: Northi.:jhbtht
Bank.o t' the" drirer,'. i,o,'te,'
Main -?ana1 was lateh'k.d tn:ie
Sol'baxikfoorrestter f -ood-pro-
jection and also to provide a
9iO,Mter- drop at the Drouet Si-
phon lonatlon for a future small
power plar.t installation.
Except 'fp. sbport sections of si-
phon and covered concrete con-
dus' necessitate&d by the' ter-
'rain, the entire: distribution sys-
,ter is, m,0Rp up of unlined exca-
vated canals.. I. order to mini-
mjze, the Accumulation of' silt i#a
these canals, they have been de-
signed .to .operate with an aver-
lge veoity of .flow of 0t75 iet-
ers p-er second. The minhnim ve-
le.ity o. hflow of 0,75 meters per
second. The minimum velocity of
flow. ii..any canal is A0.40 meters.
per second and the maximum
110 meters per. second. The main
canals .hve been excavated with
side slope of il/2:1 and with a
free board of 1/3 of the water
depth, but in no .case less than
0.30 meters.
The water requirements for
the project are based upon ex-
periments performed at the Bois
Dehbrs farm with various crops,
and upon the condition of the


soil in different sections of tha
plain. For the entire area West.|S|-
of the Fosse Cheval Drain aL t|
area of 20.300 hectares, we haveti
provided ivwater at the rate 4f.
2.0 liters per second per hectare. .
For the balance of the total pro--"
ject, an area of 11,500 hectares, .
we have provided water at rates ,'
varying from 1.0 'litr per second ;
per hectare, to 1.3 liters per se-
cond per hectare depending upon ,
the crops which are proposed to'.
be raised. The former area will ':
be irrigated ,by continuous flow :
of water through the 'lateral sys-
tem whereas the latter'area will -
be irrigated by rotation. .

To'date 520 kilometers of main
canals and main drains have-
been constructed. The construe.-'
tion. of all principal structures A
is complete. -Lateral \systems
have been eomlleted fo ,the ir-
rigation of 8.800 hectares an. a
concTete flume constructed
across the Estere River for the ".
irrigation of an additional 1 .
hectares making a total of 10;iib .
hectares of 'land -ready for m"i-
gatio .

DE$~n STRIKES 'ON THE
.STEfl O Ci .Cioz .

At 8 o'clock ::lSt Saturd y aror-
Dnig, July' ti4i a poor &ttthte
man ( shoe'. .ine) ,dieb. h't, ,
'step* IS ac re Cour(iftledtal
of a *hemorrhage. ,He had gone
there to pray. at the foot of a
crucifix. The public had a good
chance, ot see the corpse as it.
was. left exposed till late. in the
afternoon because, a 'Justice of
,the Peace could not be' located.


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.' Leader Confident Women Will Vote

.' Haiti' women leaders hit the of the steps taken by the Ligue
news this week, when Ligue Fe- Feminine d'Action Sociale re-
Sminine's President, Miss Lydia 0. garding the vote.
'Jeanty, headed a delegation of wo- -The Constituants of 1950,j she
:men lawerMs,' teachers and pro- began, in Paragiaph 2 of Arti-
Sfessionals, and marched into the cle 4 decreed as follows: The
House of Representatives to place Laws shall insure full exercise of
Sa big feminine issue on the car- all political rights for women
.: pet, within a delay not to exceed three,
SFirm, and. determined, the la- years after the next general Muni-
S...dies stated their business. Invok- cipal elections.,
':ing Article 4, Paragraph 2 of the She said that the phrase 'within
"Constitution of 1950, Miss Jeanty, thrme years, has only one logical
Sa teacher by profession, faced the interpretation, and cannot be said
session of Deputies and asked that to mean gat the end' of three
women's rights to participate in years. Haitian women cast their
the National elections coming up votes for the first time in the
:: in 1957 be recognized. history of the country in January,
I -We are basing our demand on 1955. Seven women candidates
:, the interpretation of the Article gained Municipal seats in various
*,by such international organisms localities of the Republic, two
Sas the Commission on the Status of whom rose straight into the
Sof the -Woman, held in Geneva in Mayors' ebains 'of Mount Organis6
S.195Q, and on that of the UNESCO and AircahAe.
i.:; Couriear of November 1955, .
...:Ceurie of November 195, ~Miss Jeanty.stated that it is errone
.she told that auguste body of le- ous to say tbat the Constitution
Sgialators, 'and handed them co- ou o t he o ntfe
would not have women included
Spies for examination, in the nation elections two years
In an interview wihtjih e.SuoS.. atd..Spour motels. after their first
'son Tuesday morning tiss'yJean-:.vate, cause he :delay is fixed
: ty, one of the eleven.c."dz.; of. "Ht exceed thre years, and
the noted composer, dbidtd'- ean ii 6seyidti...wonmhn are legally
: ty. and who studied in Euwope: on teJigible a? 4.957. voters anytime
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On June 26th Brigadier General Antoine Levelt, Chief of Staff of
Sthe Haitian Army was Aiecorate4 as Command&r of the Legion of Merit
: by Geneal Maxwell D. Taylor, Chief/of Staff of the U.. Arty. during
a ceremony .m the latter's office in' the PPentago WVashington D.C.
S Generar Levelt who made a 20 day tour of US: Mlt ary facilities
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'. f Tsakousky's ballet. Nutcracker Suite.'
The chaiming little lady in the.center who is 'La
daughter of Haiti Government Tourist Bureau Directo
7L,.. four Ddstr children. and nico year's ago had reason t
f! ex.prCssion I ItI2 W3e of 5. qgred the world's lea
;4..I grapher Miss Elizabeth M. Wiegman of Holland sub n
prize in the international photo contest of Photograph
lian origin, is a leading New York physician.


SIn Elections


Lgdia 0. JEANTY


The League addressed a letter
to .the President of the Republic,
and to- the Council of Cabinet
Members as well as to the hMinist-
er of. the Interior, claiming appli-
cation of the law in favor of wo-
men in the coming electiOns.
iN
When, we. asked Miss Jeanty if
her group had Treceived responses
to the letters ; she replied: eIf
the answers are not formal, at
least they do not fail to be en-
c6uraging. The matter is being
Studied by A Sp&cial Commission.*


She also stated that the League
hadd 'launched petions throughout
the Republic,. solliciting the ad-
hesion of the citizens. She added
'that she had. already received riu-
iterus: signatures among which,
are .those of important meribers
of'parliament and outstanding'ju-.
iste.


We are pursuing thire 'struggle
with optimism,' the League's Pre.
sident continued, because we
know that President Magloire'p
Government will'respct the Cons
titutioh and 'above all we are con-
vinced that the Government is not
anti-feminist.,
Miss Jeanty grew up vith the
'Ligue Feminine. apd participat-
ed in the organizing of the In-
ternational .Congress on Political
Rights of Women held in Port-au- Th
Prince in 1950. She has served as Jean
*Treasurer, Secretary General and finall
Vice-President of the organization 6-2; :
first decided on law and studied ent,
at the Faculte de Droit at Port- me n
aurPrince, after completing her and:
studies, at Sainte Rose de Lima
her dptii.'sm as to the outcome


and Ecole Normale. d'Institutrioes.
She changed her mid 'to. embrace
a teacher's career, and social ser-
vice work. She represented the
League at the Congress of the In-
ternational Alliance. -of Women
held in Napleps.in 1952. She has
trkvelled:L ifr 'ncp 'Spam, Italy
-. tedltfitefed' States.

A convincing orator, and mast-
er of the French 'verb, Miss Jean-
ty typical of the modern Hitian
woman won great admratioh' dur-
ing her trip to Switzerland,' Bel-
gium and: France where she visit-
ed Child Protection, centers and
studied the 'judicial., and psycho-
pedagogic aspect of the question.


President Honored At Int.

Philatelist Exhibition

The rInternationial philatelist
Exhibition) 'with head' uatels 'inM
New York has awardld'an Hoo0-
rary Diploma to His Exc. the Pre-
sident of the Republic in the oc-
casion of the participation of BHal-
ti at the- 5th. International" Con-
gress of Philatellsts. .
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Arrives Here

Tomorrow

The Cuban frigate e.-F-303.i
Ximo Gomezn Is expected at.-Rtt
au-Prinee. on July 23rd. Th -,i&
is under, the command of Ca.t.Iq4
Humberto Cancio Gonzalez, wilI'
a crew of 14 officers, 4 s.M fl,:
cers, 4 instructors 132 .nav .,l 'ktU
dents and 40 sailors. The Pq.p:
left Cuba last June l thae ori
of Ceritral .America, and wil,-'..
for .Haiti from Guatemai. "'.'-'i.,.
An official program is- being,
prepared by the Cuban. Embtas
jointlY with. the Protocol.. S.ce
-for the three days that ith ..,
xhno Gomezv will be docked!heI-j.
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Claude Armand, and Lietitenant'"Joseph ttienne, w"t
s against Klang and Hirsh, at the Turgeau Tednis Club;S&
3-6; 6-0; and 6-2. -In the abbv9 picture, Turgeau Tennis Cii"
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can Ambassador. From left to right, Hirsh, Armiand,<.i
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Premiere' of the ballet group is Norma Ddsir,
,r and Mrs. Hermann L. Ddsir. She is one of the
to be proud of her small brother Ricky whose wist-'
Wing newspapers and periodicals when the photo-
nitted a picture she snapped. of him and won first
hy Magazine's 1953. Mrs. Ddsir, an American of Ita-

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'ovelist Jacques (Comper.i',
nkral Soeil) Alexis left yes.e.rdat y,
on the Hamburg-America. steari.5
mer *Caona enroute toBaris .i-;!t
Alexis' trip is in connection '"with:
4Td minute arrangements fd..thW ,;
publication of his new book, .Les-.
ArbresMusiciens. .'.':;
The author was honored by.'.
Theatre d'Haiti's actqrs last S.i.-ii.
day with Alois Jean (who played;'"
the role of .Boutei in -Anatole 'i
exemporaneoysly. illustrating t-
points of view 'expressed iy.' .t.;
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i MISS RANDOLPH, a popular member of cafe society at Aut iChan-
tlar returned to New York on Friday rei#retful-t tat her visit m&A.
.bee 4ut aort. She came to Port au Price ,last iioth with: Lo uI
.Qiswpl.d.and had been led to believe th.sbe wo A dlspe.d tle' ei'
of-"r life here. A series of frantic cable4'.ft LouLs' mother in S
'jbset obliged her to return.. She presumed .that the: President, the
American Ambassador and the official pa slgaaire -at the air t
.on:.lday mornig 6ed.to. come to wish her hbon voyage'. Her whis-
l.evs;dropped when they left before she did. At any,rate, Miss Ran-
dolph will be able to tell Scoth Terrier brothers and -sisters that a
CJabbW an tour is quite an adventure. '
JTOE LS RTER for the. N.B.C's Wide Wide World -program spent
,tie':l' here&'gthtrg material for a W.W.W pick-us 'live televi-
sion* that will go direct to the television screen of 30 million Americ-
ns;J loe'LisW.iv#p 'was here in the 30's and wrote a story 'on Toussaint
said that the progranim ivdll capture people in the Cap, Port au Prince,
t$now .established art movement mnd tell of the traditions of the
cbu .%t. WiWi, famous commentator Dave Garroway as' M.C., people
411ti' will be able to speak to people in America. The Executive
oducer.' of the show is Barry Wood, the producer is HKi*rt 'Sussai.
'ERCLE DE DANSE' feature folklore show at El.lancho with Ti-
o j/;ve girls that are not oly tl6enited bht good looking with
gath g-yqouthful figures. The tallest Banda in the business *Iemo6s-
ratep be is also the most agile with his bely-bumps.' '
.'GLORIA SHANE glorious. blonde member of' the; chic 'this Year
Clubii of Hotel-Villa Creole Is back on the ldcal ipistes from 'New'York.
PV:;,WOEIRIb RUBIROSA is recovering from the fracture of a neck
pet.tea .hsuffder in,;a fall from a polo pony. His head struck a goal
nt'a recent match at the Bois de Boulogn ii Paris. ',
S'Dpiklkan playboy aipio'mat -with, his neck held rigid n .a
ste ,aledl tlier- collar--. Ieft his bed Thursday and said he h6pep to
kid rinsfand nallet on tlie polo'field again in a couieu 'of weeks.
xitdtIEG IrICB tAU. 'Eiglish teacher t Lyce Gffrard in Gon-
twiJel g i Wes bo6eknhd for a :year study at the Univeresiy of Mich-
*i-o'nia2 nos MAreF'Conv6ntion 'boarse>.
-'" 'A DAY;"a' elevision show'in the U.S.',,organized by
l^yold. Metal' Comphny. arte-giving an; all expense trip to Haiti, 'as
ties y'e.i first prix.e winner on. August 1st. The Qutieen selected .will
beo a: g.46t sf; the'ElRaniobo,
E -AUD .E.BEIWEIN former owner and Captain of' the Mysterious
4pPaoma~ i sfter yeaxs oM legal 'bttling, and losing his wife to a
nezuehani'itdeveloping his. talent as a window dresder'for L.B.C.
d1'a. .mac.k':of.'signs-'raised letters on ply-wood.
X1 2. .gop4s,.- .a,,e
I CARLbSLECHO(S,j: jolly, pluimpish Diesel Engineer returned to
.Platato-Dau;ohin after :having his broken arm set in port. .
AtBEIfTk' SILVE1A it .was discovered, had been uncoim-
ilaibintel 'supporting a broken- arm most of the Week. It 'is now in

SSENOR'BERTOss 'ERNESTO LORAMATOS is a new member of the
Domin.ican Embassy here, posted as Secretary. ,
.TRAGEDY .S-TRUCK FURCY last week-end 'when Anne-Mari'e, 19-
year-old daughter of Fahfan Ulysses, Commpndanf @f Furcy, passed
avay, and was duly buried -at Thebaud. The 'Priest of Kenscoff sang
the iasi rites for the gil'- who succombed to a heart attack.
BILL. OSMONT AND HORACE ASHTON visited 'the big, caves, 4
kilometers from Peligre.last weekend to gather 10 pounds of cChauve-
"sourh.m (bat) manure for the culture Of their delicate orchids. The
new road'that skirts the big lake-totbe wil open these caves as tourist.
attractions. m : n
i ile Roumer, the Creol6 poet Dr. 'RindaL 'Aad,, President:oif
Srom Grand'Anse in:-'the Sutl of the. Hote Association, and, owner
a Haiti, took in last Sunday's Liter- 'of Ht,'i" Villa Criole,;; returned
Sdty Goat at Theatre d'Haiti, also :Sunday,- with wifo Lina from a
the -world premiere-of 'Rara. at six weeks tour in the United Sta-
the Theatre de Verdure in the Ex- tes and Jamaica .where the couple
position City. Mr. Roumer spent combined vacation, activities with
Sfourtdays in the Capital. business in .1'onnectio :Withl the
tourist in distry a, iti. .

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A simple but impressive cerem-
ony was .held Monday morning at
10:00 o'clock in the Chancellor's
Office on the occasion of the ins-
tallation of five members of the
Department of Foreign Affairs
who were promoted to higher
posts. They were Messrs. Yvon
Pierier recently named 'Introducer
of Ambadsadors and Minister, G4-
rard Nau, Attache to the Protocol,
Gdrard Kerby, Caribbean Affairs
Assistant, Terlonge and Hynes,
employees of the General Secreta-
riat
Mr. Yvon Perrier on behalf of
his colleaguess and himself made a
short speech, thanking the Presi-
dent of the Republic and Chancel-
lor Joseph D. Charles.
Ambassador Clermont, the chief
of the Protocol, Mr. Daniel Th6ard,
several employees and civil serv-
aets from the Chancellor's. Office
Were present at the ceremony.


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in their l.Caribbean tour of :25 dhy
were Miss Clara Burke of the Chi-:.
cago Tribune Editorial W Depart-:
ment, and Mrs. Catherine Wing of .I
the Chicago Public Education De- '
partment.L They arrived last Friday'.
from Jamaica, and after taking in,,
the sights in the Capital motored m'
to Cap Haitien for the horse ride .-
up the slope to King Henry's Ci-
tadelle. They said this was an ex-'
pioratory trip, and thefi have al-
ready. made plans to return to the
islands which they like tle best,'
among which Haiti is a mustt'
On Friday morning, July. 13th,
the Secretary of State for Commer,!
ce, Mr. Franck DNvieux, presented.
to the House .of Deputies a legal
contract containing the agreement
signed by the Government and the;.
National Sugar Refining Company.-
.Ltd. This contract deals with the
establishment in Haiti of. one or
several factories for the manufac-i'
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HAITI SUN
' THE IHAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Community Weekly Published SundayMouipg
EDITOR-PUBLISHER BEUNARD DIEDERICH
S GERANT-RESPONSABLE PAUL E. NAJAC

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MR. PRESIDENT
%cHaiti Sun cheerfully joins the chorus of the Press, radio
and general public in wishing happy birthday to the man who
guides the destiny of the Nation.
We wish His Excellency Paul Eugene Magloire on his 48th
birthday exactly what the people have wished him through
Sthe other media. Since the life of the President is dedicated f
to the well-being of the Nation, it is fitting to say that the t
success of the country depends upon the good health of her
leader. We therefore wish His Excellency good health and
prosperity. f
The ccSun also wishes the- President God's speed on his
voyage) to the meeting of the Presidents of the Americas
in Panama.
C: TOURIST GOLF-COURSE TO THE OPENED SOON
S We are happy to record that our editorial in the Sun on
Sunday Sept. 25th 1955 about the need for a tourist golf
course had borne fruit. On Monday the International Country
SClub announced plans to open a first-phase nine-hole pitch- t
and-putt golf course for the coming winter season. The course
-ihas been laid out and tested, and preliminary work started
this week. Completion phases will commence on the return
o f the Owner-Manager, Mr. Bill Vrooman, from the Stateb in
mid-August. t
Provided the Club located at Thor receives full support t
'from all sections of the tourist industry, and-paiticulatly from
Sthe hotels, Mr. Vrooman will.extend the, course, a few holes
: at a time until a standard nine-hole course is realized. How
Soon this, will be achieved will, naturally 'depend upon finan-
Scial support, but the Halti Sun .believes that it is so de-
serving, and so badly-needed a project that full cooperation
will,be forth-coming.
S Mr. Vrooman informs us that a system of giuest-member-
ship will be set up,'whereby hotels will give their guests cour-
Stesy cards to the Club and the guests, on arrival, will pay a
Sfee to_.use thq greens. Clubs will be available on a modest
rental basis. -: '
The .Sun believes that this project-should be given the ,
Swidest possible publicity 'in the States, not .-oinly through tray-
el agents but directly through'the press. -
It will help our-'cause tremendously if these new facilities
: are advertised befotre'.:t iio.i.Winter Tourist Seisn. This
i: project will; demOn6iti f t:j ;i.aitk is provding and intends
to keep, on .oviding, etter resort failti for visitors.
Haiti cannot,. of course, affod t'igow J keen compete.
'tion of our sister Islandt ifin the business of the tours dol- -
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Fourth Annual. ;
Summer Seminar
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Institute
The Fourth Annual Summer
Seminar for Haitian Teachers of
English, offered under the auspi-
ces of; the Ministry of National
Education, will begin at the Hai-
tian-American Institute tomorrow
morning, July 23. Morning and
afternoon sessions will be held
ivd days a week, Monday
through Friday, for two weeks.
The Seminar will end on Friday,
August 3. There are no charges
for the Seminar and all textural
and illustrative materials will
be free.
A broadened and enriched pro-
gram has been planned to meet
the practical needs of the tea-
chers this year. For the first
time advanced work on the
fourth year level will be offer-
ed.
'There will be a larger faculty
this year: Emile Brmn, a Hal-
Ian professor who has done1ad-
vanced 'work in the English Lan.
guage Institute of the University
0 Michigan: Raymond E. OCham-
hers, Jr., Diredtor ofi Courses,
HarlieL. Smith, Jr., who holds
the Pb. D. degree from Texas;'
Max Wilson, a Haitian professor
who has done advanced work in
English and .philosophy at Yale.
University and the University of
Pennsylvania; and Charles N.
St. John, Jr; Director of the In-
itute. Mrs. ;t. John atsist at the
piano at the afternoon Coca-Co-
la and song sessions. The regul-
ar Institute library and office,
staff will be duty during the Se-
minar.
(a
The Idstkiute has received va-
luable recommendations from
the Ministry of Educatiqn regar-


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hes to express its gratitude fbr
this. interest and cooperation. -'
Registration will take plaCt
between 8 and 11 a.n. tomorrow,
afd Opening Exercies will be
held between 11 and 12 am. 35
teachers have already sent in ad-
vance registration forms, a. con-
siderable increase over last year.
Each morning course work
will be offered in practical pho-
netics, grammar and -usage, elo-
cution, and American culture
and civilization. In the after-
noon between'four and five there
will daily laboratory periods for
courses in phonetics and elocu-
tion. Every student will register
his voice on the tape recorder
and will have an opportunity to
see how much he can improve
in two weeks. The toke and
song sessions will be held bet-
ween 5 and 5:30. Three jimes
Weekly there will be evening
programs of lectures or 'movies.
On Friday evening August trd
at 8 p. m., Closing Exercises and
the Award of Certificates will
be 'held. The public is cordially
invited to attend this event in,
the Institute Auditorium.
A mimeographed program of
course descriptions has been dis-
tributed to all schools where
English. is taught. '
Instead of going into advanc--
ed phases of *literature, the pro-
gram this' year 'will emphasize
'the practical aspects of the ;pro-
nunciation and the formation of
the sounds of English. The pho-
netics and elocution courses and
the laboratory periods will pro-
vide the teacher wi,th'-an invalua-
ble aid. in tl'he classroom ,presen-
tation'of the English hlagage.r
There will p ama' ia
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S'Handicap For 28 Year Old Jean Solrel
.te coptd1r Evening Announcer For Radio Haiti
,,Lieaes wtU nmiss.. 3 e^ lit wa" Herbie Widmaler, thii er and lying in ambush. man, Ithan, Spanish and En-
Sas voice of Sadieo Haiti's even' technical director of Radio Haiti Jean Sorel is truly .a versatile glish. He has travelled alone" in
p iro-ram' a n erfor the who discovered Jean Sorgl's. man. Indeed he is perhaps one. several large cities in -the UfS.
0. ^ tw w0::thfs. Fo.r their fa'- grpat ability and realized that of the busiest men Jn this coun- and in Eilru-ooe. Blindness does
rite 'Jean 'Sore? will be hbolidy he was the ,best man for the job. try. He Is head of the Work-Shop not, seem, i- fact, to hamper our
Ug ln^ hh1"home [tpi' (Jhcm e) Be spent two years with Radio for the Blind In the Pare des Pal- young annnuncer. He can dial
a.d eneyihtthe beauty of fty. Haiti. But then -personal matters. mistes, he teaches English and a number on the telephone, he
Smond-SW-Bains' white sandbea] occupied his attention for some Spanish In the mixed Secondary can now ue standard- typewrit-
Ut-, with his c.es becaus..e time and he could not return to Classes at Turgeap as well as ers, he enjoys his music and
i,.il.b- d but with:. an intee the station until last April.', giving private classes in Modren theater, he can even climb the
'BQ1ian, being, as he is, one Tins talented young man who Languages to adults. In 1951, he stairs of the Canape Vert Build-
WPA'UMm4 ;'itt(ATAP 'stea us. has ieen blind from birth is the founded a School for the Bnd ing to get into Radio Haiti's stu-
'' ...... son of Mr end Mrs Maurice So- in his native Jacmel in collabo- dioa This youngman, has, as one
"ior' ''F three years how thie 28- rel. His interesting life-story ration with Mr. Albert Goisee would except such a gifted man
yer-o.lc annoulncer has 'been per- reads .-like 'a novel. He first and another In Cap Haltien joint- to have, many female admirers.
f.6aning.the tifficulb, tisi, of gh learnt.toread under the guidance ly with Mrs Montreuil.' He has
t;... o, l .ru ... d wie guidance
ihlgife to,the .words of advrti- o thie late Dr Justin Castera Sr helped to put the St. Vincent Our readers would be inter-
zeirents lwhibh he fnfers outo' ikho in'identilly went blind School' for the Disabled In fuZll ested to know the Work-Shop for
. iirai le.set: Tndeed, he as been in is late 50)s (fifties). Then he nwing- He attended, a World Con- the Blind which we mentioned
-'a srt of Wiin exhibit 'for c- did a course with. the Hadley tres for Disabled Persons in bove is a $arlty organization
passer' as .they b po p mm rrsPpudance School for the 3- olland, in 1952. which welcomes contributions
s" s.. s,' 1 .= ,..oe. s o nepgdance School for the
Ai ,tl'g .vw f'.iWs B'lidand finally, went to the It v(ilt be surprising for those fom those ]terested in helping
man isg iflatiin (-9 ov
.icmg hm. e, .proa 'yS. 'onak teher's training couse who think that a blind man is the b.ind. (W.O Box:555). There
S his jspi l"sulkey *- ";a'Aifrd :Uhiversity and the an unhappy person. Jean Sorel is 4ae abo i 6.000 -blind persons in
SJein aSrel';-iai h i erins Instiitut. On his return very cheerful' and affable and Haiti and thRreore there is
er neofOacasti- 19, he did-further studies is fluent in. Creole, trench, Ger- need fodr a great .eal of help.
4.J id he ?-id a seriqsf bro -' aar tgradtated -frrom the ILaw I --
as; :or Friayvs, l6ve'tie 4' VH:5 .ooq.. In Novemberr of the i ..
i ~ausationl. ..on eThe, Dtveldp-i *0ag :year-he won an extremely
xte..9 Wok fr, the eBliI dtioict zase involving a,. man
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BOLIVAR FILM i
Announcement was made .t ..
Washington on July 11th that.'4
the Organization of American0'1,.
States (OAS) will cooperate in
the filming eThe Life' of SimowiI
Bolivar, which will be produced..
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Picture Company. Producer Les.-':
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'lombia, Panama, Peru and Ve-ii
nezuela,; and actors from North
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American Legion Auxiliaries Donate CARE Carpentry
SKits To Haitian Students


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In order to better their under- dating' student -in carpentry make known their friendly feel-
Landing of their Latin-American' throughout is slated' to receive ings towards Haiti received add- PIM]ONVB
neighbors, each year the Auxilia- a kit containing the tools of his -ed incentive from their national
ies of the American kLegion se- trade, president, Mrs. Bowden D. (Ru-
ect a country for study. This Presentation of kits to vocat'io- by) Ward. On a trip here last
'ear they chose Haiti. Because ial schools in the Port-au-Prince February, Mrs. Wapd visited se-
heir interest in this Republic area has already taken place. At veral vocational schools and was .
has been particularly high, the one school a recipient attested favorably impressed by the earn- T
women who comprise the Auxi- to the completeness of the kits estn'ess of the students.
diaries have sought a means of when he exclaimed in astonishment, Ne'cessary funds to carry out
expressing 4i in a concrete way. *All those tools in one package!D the Auxiliaries' good-wiU inten- One "an de l
As a result every current gra- The Auxiliaries' desire to tion were donated to CARE, as
_the project 'fitted in well with
'tha organization's world-wide
esS-lf-Help.s program. Leonard
..... Mades,-CARE's local represen- an ilagcdu
l:'tative, has presented several a dhsm gcd u
kits to carpentry grad Gates at J.
B. Damier School, the Centre de MONDAY & THUISDAY .fUFFET-DA N...cl .
Rikducation de Carrefour and, ,.
three others schools in Port au THAT
-~~Prince,..P7 in T rlnCOKL7~1
SCries of -Bon bagaUle!. (Good S THE FILTER THAT C UN
It thing!) accompanied opening Qf
o,F-. f'liffl "-'. .... 'M- ."'" '# ?t the gifts. A graduate exclaimed, L &'M IAIA THE BEST. .: c
.,- :~., s '. .. "' r vJe suis sauveb (I am saved !'."M H T H ."' ....
"'.Others expressed their enthusiasm fib
...e. a' tl "~ d s less dramatically, but, Mr. Mades ,I!
...;-e.ns reports, hTheir eyes lit up and l ..
'A, ^ ^ they beamed as only Haitians canR .
', '." .-'. *- Mr. Matdes has received sever- '' *", );
fal 'letters to srme on to the Au- : '"
-. xili-aries. hI one of the-m a stu--lt H
.dent sa ys, <,If I had to buy these .. .. ;" : i:-. .
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.much I would not be able to E F... F..- :' '- :. ::',L:T.AT.41
Nowv I can begin working, Fa- .- .- ...... ... .. *. .
Sther Diebels of the Eole Pro- 7 1, !.,;,.i''
-- ------- *fessio.inelle des Arts -et M 6tiers 1- DA "S _. 'S_ ': '
1e des PCres Saldsiens writes. *ItC z-. 1' .. :1 r
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Students t Kecoe~s rof essioi te d, es.Arts et Mt. iers des P~resSaid- is the lbest gift one can imagine.,
tde'ns atec', Tols rofesseonnte~edes ARt et Mdtiers desnCh e sL. ales. The tools will enabled our Hal-
siens ex..ming'Toolk sd Al tan youth to' earn a better liv- E
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r'a .-sentations spoke for many 61 his .'.. ....
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fellow craftsmen when he re- *,,--4t
marked, elf Ilhad.hid such tools _T T .7. "#" .
-. when I left school, 1I wbuld have '- r .- "
A a d e I UidRAed half my battle won...
A1:''.- A blang completed for '" ,"':; "": ,
2i ns are being
EPER 'NJR jfrlJ THIS:, IS ,IT!.-'4MER'ICAS. "
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-- Cayes Jacmel FILTER CIGARETTE'- -MCH MORE
naives and other towns, Mr. Ma-
SPECIRIIN N 'EN des is sei- that -Mrs. Ward can FL V R -M CH LESS NWOTNE
WME cN'l and CIL tEN"S WEAR. not be here to 'see the boys open- I .L....Q'#fl
h..ruits, sportswear lug their k:'ts. dShe would fbid V... -....A.......""SW
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I it fun and excitement and "a jolly good 'time you are in sea
:ia,,this weekend, then your. are Santiago-bound.
' he X..Car.nval, .beginning today, and continuing to the 28th, fills
i ,bilL-Cubana has two special flights today, regular flight Monday, a
S. VA. Tuesday. T"lie r6undttip is only $45.00, and hotels," meals a
,;n1ertainnt is fst 'about right for your .pocketbook.
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( i o'l tralsittor of tm-dgZI for the Swie Broadcstiog Service)


HAS SO FAR WON A TOTAL OF

673 FIRST PRIZES
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THE EXTRAORDINARY ACCURACY OF ITS WATCHES

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Sole Architect I
Graduaite Presents
Interesting Beach ,
JHotel Plan
It was a very stimulating expert-
ence to see the plan for.a 400 room
'hobtel;submitted by the sole gradu-
.. ate of this year's class of archit-
Sectkhre at the Polytechnic Institute.
Indeed young Jean Claude Forta-
ney has shown tremendous skill,
insight and imagination in draft-
ing this very detailed and cempre-
hensive' ,"plan. This graduation 1
thesee, as a bit of architectural R
planning reveals deep' thought and
study, and compares very favour-
I ably witbh 'the best dMafts anywhere.
SPerhaps, the most interesting
thing.about this project is its com-
"* p.'hensiveness. The site is Lamen
n (Cbtes Plages); about, 16 knrs
SPort-au-Prince. The hotel
'thirteen storeys high: (excluding
': tihe grandad floor of course) with
.eyvral. elevatot. This hotel Cone
must always bear in mind that it
a.'a!ts only in plan) seems to have
J' iust, 6evrything. For example the
ground floor ((rez-de-chausse)
has 'an entrance hall, a typing of-'
Aice ,a. secretariat, an 'information
office, several telephone booths, a
1e, bar, a cocktail lounge, a lobby, a'
ae dinnig room, two 'cold" storage
1U- fopms;' here are 'machine, rooms,
aIn 'a-bakey,' a ,telephone switch-bo-
i rd., a barber ,shop, several ladies.
t yoom men'&. rooms, a dry-clean-
lag gepartmUent,
i Jan., Claud Fortun'ey 'does not
seem to forget anybody, for there.
t re' -exte!nsive personnel .quarters
in plan, therm are covered
UK tera.cee; on the grounds there is-
Le a very .lJevqr 'parking lot for 200'.
'ars, .there aiL-e golf courses and
LU tennis-courts, there is a swimming '
iS The .young architect on "his 17
eadris- demonstrated a mag ifi-
*entbitbtof work. It i evident that
She has benefited 'a great deal from
his studies and he is indeed an.
Sasset to -Iaifi. For those'who 'are
technically equiplied 'the accurate
caIculationa s of fis plan drawingg
S ore particularly pleasing and the
S deftness-with which he.paihts the
different sfaiades, is a real joy
tbo the eye. This young man shows
tremendous, promise and it would
be perhaps be a good thing if
these drawing eodld lbe put up for
public view in qte Biblioth que
Nationale or some other adequate'
jilace. 'Of course if Haidti could ev-
er bull such an Wotel -it would.
costs about $15,( millitp dollars-
we would hve. something, to be
'duly: proud of. '
This ttiese isjaJ lasting tribute'T
to the Polytechnic Institute, and
vwe congratulate Jeanl'Claude For-
tney on a wondet.u. "pefOrm-
'ance. .. "
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Efiglish-speakibg .y,o.u n g man,
graduate pharmaist or at least
High School Graduate (Baeca1au-
rch reat lIe Partie). High salary;
Write P. 0. Box A-147, Port au
the Prince, giving detailed informat-
and ion. on educational background, ex
and perience, etc.


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SUGGESTIONS FOR THIS WEEK IN PORT-AU-PRINCE


NATIONAL PALACE






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

NATIONAL MUSEUM








Champ de Mars
Open dally except Sundays
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PALAIS DES BEAUX ARTS







Aux Palmistes. Exposition Grounds
Open daily from 9 5
Art Exhibitions

MUSEE DUI PEOPLE HATMEN






Aux Palmlstes, Expositlon Grounds
Open dally from 9 S
For further information
see your Travel Agent

FOYER DES ARTS PLASTIQUES


Aux Palmlstes, Expomsition Grounds
Open daily from 9-5
Permanent Art Exhlbltlons


ART CENTER'


Rue de Ia
SRevolution

Phone: 2055


Open daily except Sunday from 5
Current Art Shows


IRON MARKET


METROPOLITAN


CATHEDRAL


BASIQUE
de Notre-Dame
(Catholic)


Petlion Plaza
Open daily from 4-6

COLONIAL CATHEDRAL

,Oldest Church
In Port au Prince
^g ^jr ~ For visit hours see
Your Travel Agent


Petion Plaza
Open daily

ESPISCOPAL CATHEDRAL






Rue Pav'e (Near PAA Offices)
Open daly -
Famous for Its beautul d Haltian MUrml


THEATRE DE VERDURE


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

STADIUM PAUL E. MAGLOIRE
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Rue Durand
Boxing and Track Field evots.
Football (Soccer) Matche
Thrice a week at night
For further Information Phas: 3

COCK-FIGHT ARENA






Aux Palmistes, Exposition Grounds
Eight Saturdays afternoons
and Sundays morning

UNDERSEA GARDENS


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La Belle Cr6ole




IRue Roux

The Caribbean's Most
Unique Shopping Center
Open dally from 8 5 Phone: 3177

MUSICAL FOUNTAIN






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

PLACE DES HEROS





Champ de Mars
Open Auditorium
Sunday Concerts tram 7-9 pjn.m.
For further information
see your Travel Agent

PETION DESSALUNES


Rue
Mgr. Guillouz


Open daily except Sunday


H"TL
VILLA
CRgolf

Buffet Creole Musie
Sepclalldes and
Barbecue Dancing'

Monday & Thursdays


RENDEZ VOUS


Le Perchoir


HH Boutiliers
World-renowned
Mountain-top Restaurant,
Dancing and Gift Shop
Phone: 2105

CASINO INTERNATIONAL.





Cite de i'Exposltion
Gambling and Dancing
Open every night
Floorshow on Wednesdays Phone: 3076

CABANE CHOUCOUNE


Choueoune



Pdtionvile
Famous Nightclub
Open on Saturday Nights Phone: 789

HOTEL RIVIERA



1IHOTEL


Phone: 3151
Martissant
Air-conditioned Bar Dancing
Excellent orchestra, folklore floorshows

EL RANCHO HOTEL






Pdlionvllle
Dinner dances on Mondays, Thursdays
and Fridays
Phone: 7888

HOTEL IBO LELE.

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Pdtflonvtfle
Dinner dances on
Tuesday and Fridays Phone: 788B
SHANGO ROOM
THORLAN1D CLUB


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pen dally except '"
aturdays and Sundays'trum 0 1 ..
Phone: 2283 .::


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Geffrard Square :
OGen daily except ..
Saturday and Sundays ''
from 9 I Phone: 2263
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PAA- hafU
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DELTA Phone: 3'sl
CUBANA Phone: 134
AVIATION ADi- Phone:
Compania Dominicans de Aviatlon...A

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Panama ......................... Ulphone: 2i|
Colnmar ....................I.....'...... .. 2
Trans-Atlantic .............................. 2
W astley ......................................
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Royal Netherlands Navigation.........34
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CATHOLIC SERVICE
Cathedral: 4, 6, 7:30 and 8:30 a.
Sacre-Cmour: 5:30, 7. 8:30 am. ..
St. Anne: 4, 7 and 8 an. "'
St. Gdrard:4, 5:30and 8:30 am. )
St. Louis de France: 8 and S .
Sixflne Chapel (Cli/ de I'Expoestiona "
10 a.m.
St. Pierre (Petionvilel): 4, 6, 8 ,.|
and 9!30 a.m. .
Ste. Thirdse (Pitionvlle): 6 am. "j%
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
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4-6 a. m--9-1 a. m. .".
11:30 12:30 English
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:00 English-9:00 French
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A. -BUREAU DU TOIRISMBE
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Citti de l']Ecposition "'
Grand'Rue Port-au-Prince Bay Clt6 de ]'Expositilon Carrefour Road Phone: MI S6 -'
Open daily from 6-4 Glass bottom boat leaves Alr-condltioned Bar-dancing Swim cocktails Ofce hours: 8-1 p.m. i
Special Market days on Saturdays Dally Casino Pier 9:30 a.m. Open from sunset to sunrisiag Tennis Phone: SU ___________..':



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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
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 K
that will help you to make your stay not only pleasant but ,.:
profitable.
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'CHOIR, the famous restaurant
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pUNTAIN, overlooking Port
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'AM UNFOGWTTARLE EXPURIUCN


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
word can offer a more enticing
blend of these two elements
than Le Perchoir, Haiti's smart-
est restaurant that hovers 3,000


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

Whether it's a thick state-
side steak or an ethereal'Rum
Souffl6, Le Perchoir food is
superbly prepared and elegant-
ly served. F6Mix Guignard and
his orchestra provides music for
dancing.
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The International Casino, a
swank establishment run by a
staff imported from Monte-
Carlo, is one of the major
points of interest during the
summer and winter tourist sea
sons. There one can dine on
excellent Italian food 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 rhum-
bas, mamlbos 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
Michel Desgrottes tri-lin-
,ual crooning and a nightly
loo show The white4fAced Ban-
la dancer is Minsky's ha rever-
ce. a comedian par excellence.


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


Other leading hotels have
special dinner dansants once or
twice a week. Visitors should
not miss an opportunity to hear
Haiti's internationally known
male Dejean Choir which per-
forms at Hotel Ibo Lele on Fri-
day evenings during the Sea-
son. The El Rancho features Ti
Ro Ro, Haiti's number one dru-
mmer, and -members of the Na-
tional Folklore Troupe on
Friday evening and other spe-
cial dance nights which vary
according to the season. Hotel
Dambala has a Saturday night
chicken barbeque beside its illu-
minated pool, with and orches-
tra providing music fodr 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-
ville's thatched-roofed, night
club, Cabane Choucoune, is the
mecca of the Capital Elite and
visitors. Alternating orchestras
throb with the rhythm of the
Haitian Meringue, a dance so
simple that visitors need spend
no time on the side lines just
looking on. Though this has
long been the society gathering
spot of the Haitian Capital,
rum and sodas are still served
for .20 a glass. There is an en-
trance fee which varies depen-
ding upon the entertainment
for the evening. The Cabane
Choucoune often features lea-
ding foreign entertainers.
Saturday night is also the
night for taking trips into the
nearby hills to attend the pea-
sant cbamboches* or non-reli-
giorus dances held in open dton-
nelles, to the pulsing beat of
the vo64oo drums. It's an UN-
FORGETTABLE experience.
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rican favorites, such as Alexan-
der's Ragtime Band.
For dinner nijnus dancing,
there is Petionville's Le Picar-
-di -' a French-run Pensiop fea-
turing Esoargot, pepper steak
and the sort of food rarely seen
or'tasted off the Midi. In Port-
au-tPrince, Aux Cosaques is
known for its tasty flaming,
lobster and other typically Hai-
tian dishes. Thq Savoy, just
o6f the Ohamps ded Mars, offers
either Haitian or American,.
foods and if you are really ho-
mesick for southern fried chic-
ken that is just where you'll
find it a block from the Na-
tional Palace XChanticleqr,*i
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
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Printed by Imhnprimerie de I'Etat
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U: I you realty
want to bee.
orne acquain-
S', ted with Hai-
ti there are
many intere-
sting t r i'ps
which afford
S 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 ia 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 jpep at
reasonable rate; or you can
rent ears, with or without
chauffers, elsewhere. The Hai-
tian Air Force provides safe
and efficient air transport to
most important points in Haiti
at very reasonnalble rates. Ask
your hotel manager or your
travel agent for details.
Each of these trips has its
special attraction. From the
longer trips you will return
with a grand thiJrst, a hearty
appetite, a delicious fatigue,
quickly banished by a hot bath


TRAVEi 3"fS EhTION$


(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
conversal ional ammunition to
last you for many months.-
So, starting with the shortest
t ips 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 colot, 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, urrbelie-
eable and unforgettable view
D u ride 10 miles from Port-au-
Prince, through the pretty little



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


roof habitations of peasants and
arrive in rural Haiti, where life
goes on as it has for centuries
as if the city below did not
exist. LE PERCHOIR, modern
oasis on the mountain, offers
the farilities of its restaurant
and night club, its Terrace Bar,
and its branch of La Belle Cre-
ole Gift Shop to make the trip
Pvcn more enjoyable and profi-
table. After sundown light
wraps advisable, and gentlemen
are asked to wear coats in the
restaurant after 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 amd a pilgrimage
which you must not miss.




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


hour of this trip will be full of
unforgettable impressions.
If yon1 '? i" "s..ord for time,
you can fly to the Cape in 45
minutes, and can make !he en--
tire pilgrimage in a single 'i-I:.


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







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


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m- of Haiti's most. beautifdhi
beaches, Raymond les Ba i
Two hotels there, clean ei&;
comfortable. Plan to stay ovr
night at least. t
FORET DES PINS .
(Pine Forest)
In south-east Haiti, a drive 1
some 60 miles from Port-auv.
Prince is a beautiful pine foras.
at an elevation of about 7,00.
feet. To arrive at this 150,pV
acre forest, onq drives thirougj
the rich sugar cane lands oV
the Cul de Sacplain, t
throub and arid region of osB
tua to the edgq',of Lake Etang-
Sumatme, famsns, salt lake, ",;
testedd with crocodiles, lying 9.
the frontier of the Dmini
Republic. TIere the cu...'Qp.-1
mences to the cool Pine Fortt. I
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returning tg your hotel'$rd
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A'STUDY OF CHAPERONING
OR WHERE THOU GOEST THERE I GO ALSO... (RUTH)
If Latin American girls are more desirable and more liable to awak-
ten one of Man's two primitive impulses than the female of -the spe-
cies in any other'-part of the world, their parents have developed cor-
; ttponding prowess at combating the natural intemperance of the
Male, and, in fact, using it as: a weapon for his own undoing.
After an exhaustive' and, it is to be feared, exhausting survey of
the local situation, a group of learned sociologists have traced the
* -gecret of parental supremacy to the Law of the Chaperone.
Mr. Bing Crosby, an extremely popular American singer, recorded
*an equally popular ditty decrying the ancient art of chaperoning.
The words, delivered -in h'egvily accented English were'"somethlng
like this: .1 hate you, you old chaperone You crone... I hate you,
you old chaperone'.
This is a fairly accurate, though deplorably, oyer-simplified summit-
ion of the Male,reaction to the tyranny of the Chaperone. But it offers


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MINISTER JUMELLE PRESENTS LAW blem- Indeed ti: ; i&
-of foreign breJca~n B
AIMED TO HELP LOCAL PRODUCERS activities ie nowts
ly of small producers who do nop industry despite the fact :
Minister Jumeile has present- possess powerful financial re- the latter has a sufficiently .
ed, for the approval of the sources and. who face great tech- and varied production to s t .
Hus of Deputies, a bil md- nical difficulties. its customers with both quan
lying in the interest of the coun- Bakeries face the same pro- and quality.
try's production, import duty as .r '
fixed by the Zaw passed in July r '.
26th 1926 and subsequent modi-.
fications of this law.
rhis bill does not aim In fact '.
at prohibiting the entry of' chic- '..he ,l
kgns and bread of foreign origin,
but merely at establishing equal-
ity between small ,Hatfian pro- IKS in SAE S fo wec
ducers and their foreign rivals
by mean of appropriate protec-
tive custom duties.
Here is a sUmmary of its aims:
In order to develop a sound and.A.,
stable economy a country Mnust ne-,... .
cessaryly increase its -activity by RK-t-.. .- --.--.
drawing on id4tiuman resources, '
Variety of activity is not merely a
prerequisitee for obtaining 'the woNF..T EB.R.)
best out of available2 resouices.,S'
but Also for avoiding too great
specialization and absolute de-
pendence oi foreign markets. FIRST IN SALES
S'bsequently the production%
of 'any country deserves to be -
pVrotectedt against the. oqMPUip-
tlon 6f foreign articles, qa 'the '
local market'. It is besides, one ,'..I
of tbe tnd.,'eatalla -e f .f e .L,. "atJ
the law of August' 8th. 1955 (ar-
ticle 21) dealing wlth' new ind us- ,
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no clear-cut method of solving the problem. Our industries are just being
Obviously, our researchers concluded, tifere have been methods .of developed and cannot therefore
evading the omnipresent, omniscient shadow ot ap older party, as the 9mpete with long establishea
S increase in trans-Oceanic traffic frbm Haiti anh the' well nourished and well-organized foreign con-'
Sgrapevine of the itelediol, testify. Thenredore, it is hoped 'cerns.. .
that this report will be, of some assistance to the young met stug- Our, podultry Industry., for ex-
Sgling year after year against the system, and year after year marchin. ample, is now fang a, crisi d'ixe
Sto the altar with resigned and4' almost happy, faces ,-glad to retire' to compettio. in'athe' Haitlie
from the uneven coflict.' ,' '. market offered' by imported pro-
KNOW YOUR ENMiY ducts.
To this end, it is necessary first to know 'the .iemy and the history Foreign concerns, backed by
behind her (spnetimes very rarely it's a mtarrildeuple). 'powerful capital resources .'and
Thebere:. n6jiy. type Qf chaperone. ikt, the'te is '"the" 3 I TIME' by latge ,lodil markets,, produce
, GAL who is going to'see to it timyou nyokm people -have such a wtb- in decidedly betterr conditions, of-
Sdeaul time in a clean, healthy way that Mephistopholes will. n9t be- teii cehnl The They are
afgqided an opportunity of *iisperihk nudghty suggestions in your: the calue of their present ridmn of
tender eMars. .. : 14 ) our "iaf'ant poltiy-ipsty
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a' Msy Doogoode, *
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0% gp. ot.ot of her, groove that
3' l1 di Ac d for herself over

fvlje. Fowr examlule, in the
clt, where the towns go to
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Le. life is beginning to churn
Svan.. metropolis, the only
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ing and sewing.
Beside night life, there are
many other things to do in this
interesting country trips to
places in the country even hunt-
ing along side ibe men.
(S) Fed -Up.
Dear Fed Up,
For the second week running
I wholeheartedly agree with the
letter writer and I thank you for
your interest in -your compa-
triots.
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SANS BLAGUE
(A STUDY OF CHAPERONING)
(Continued from page 13)
This type' shows a harked preference for the 'merengue Dominica-
Die, or the 'meringue brouette, and she spends the whole evening
swinging the unfortunate young man's torso from side to side under
the pretext of dancing with him, so that a) the date is complete Put
out (because she has hardly danced) and in no mood for anything but
retiring to her room, there to brdod on the injustice of life; b) the
-cavalier. is limp and exhausted, and so dishevelled that he is an
utterly revolting sight; and c) the chaperone has had a wvqnderful
time, and shows it by making wise-cracks, laughing at them and gener-
ally adding insult to injury.
There is also the dignified type of chaperone whose 'haughty mien
and sneer of cold comnanda chills the heart of all but the most
dauntless Machos. Usually she is so obviously bored and disapproving,
'so adamant in her decision not to dance anything but the three-step
(which the poor young.man has no doubt never learned) and so sternly
opposed to all forms of alcohol for everyone but herself that the even-
ing slowly jells, and it's an early night for all.
There are many, many other types. Some make a special art of it,
others are born with natural talent. Indeed, at the present rate of
progress the profession will soon become as specialised as baby sitting
is today in the United States.
BEWARE OF THE STOOL PIGEON
But the most dangerous of all is the natural chaperone who hias not
yet reached the age of overt practice of the nefarious trade. They look
like ordinary teen-agers to all but the initiated, so they can easily get,
a group together, and off they go into the Wide blue yonder-'sais cha-
perone,'sans souci, pagayen problem.
SCarried away by the exuberance of the unaccustomed liberty a cou-
ple might sit beside each other for a five-minute lull in the daice mu-
sic. Their haids might touch, their eyes may meet -e At this.point the
girl:chaperone will gather up her handbag and whisk the date off'.to a
remote part of the nightclub until the electricity is cleared from 'the
air: Thieboy chaperone will swoop in and"'ask her to dance.
S.THE WAYS OUT
.The average boy starts out as a hopeful teenager,. sure of himself,
happy, caefree. He, goes out on his first date, looking 'gay and debonair.
But by the time his eighteenth birthday creeps around, 'he is'safely
brainwashed. His spirit is broken. All-he-,asks..is t.e blessed relate of
marriage, and two. weeks, in Kenscoff witiohe of the girls'he hos been
in love wi/h during the past two years. -
He is a victim of the Chaperone.-
On the other'hand, th'e' adaptable young spark accepts the chaperone
as a welcome challenge and sets to work to 'ba li maniguettes.
One way is to hold the chaperone's left hand and have the girl hold
her right hand, then some of the current .will be. relayed -through the
chaperone from boy to girl and vice versa. But-for-this,' it is:.neeessary
to choose a.good conductor, as,some chaperones are-so insulated that
the, strongest transmission-is negated. ; :
Another method .dev'ioped"is.,that of dancing-very close to the cha-
perone,. and regarding her with mute adoration. This so disturbs the
elderly lady and brings back such poignant nrfemoties of days gone by
that she (theoretically. of course) spiends the rest',of the evening dreamin
ing about her own' youth.
This method must lie employed with discretion', as it has/been known
to produce unexpected and sometimes catastrophic results.
The most successful means of beating the system so far evolved by
astute-Machosis :hat.of snatarai selection of Chaperoness. PICK YQUI
CHAPERONE WTH'CAIE. -
A. newly-wed 'married '"6uple, or vacationing Aunt fom the States
is ideal. But 1the best .ehaperone'is a young, pretty divorce or widow
who is vaguely related to somebody in either your family, or that of
the .girl. By unwritten, put' much spoken, Law, the girl (jeune fille)
must be taken home (depos6 first (d'abord).
Vollh! The chaperone is left alone in the automobile with the Male
segment of the date. A discreet query about the cold night air and her
decolt6 dress, a gallant effort to combat the chill, an automotive break-
down, and -'Let's chaperone some other girl tomorrow night, oul?,
THE VICIOUS CIRCLE
These methods are all tried and tested. But seldom proven. Because
parents wer&e once chaperoned', and they tried much the same escape
'exists. One day, too, you 'will be a parent (having fallen beneath, the
burden of dread system) and then you will appreciate the viciousness
of the circle. *
Teenagers are chaperoned, try to beat chaperones, become chapero-
nes, succeed in anticipating all tricky moves by teenagers...
You can't win. And,that is the element in Latin American life which
makes it so evilly 'fascinating -the inevitability, and the certain doom
-yet undertoned with. a strange ecstacy. .


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Viti Draws Sciei
Rieseareher Babry Valentine
a.4 his pretty wife Buena ar.iv-
Aa here early this month, to
cw ; b, with a canvas net, the iso-
:. ,cloud forest areas of the
*..W ublic, in search of weevils.
ot.the ordinary common lowly
, household variety but weevils
.-*..tat have not changed in the
eas, since they rooted through
".4 he world iv the company of Di-
-nsCrs.
SBarry, Professor of Biology
and a Specialist in Entomology
at Southern College in Hatties-
bmrg. Mississippi and his wife, a
Sstuheat of Biology and Art .vho
wou her man because of her in-
.terat in insects, are busily
waicklg their way through the
tadergrowtb of Mass de la
-ante. in the'Southwest moun-
tains of Haiti, this weekbendd.
Birry,and Buena during an in-
.terview told Your Reporter,
wUile resting up at the Turn-
ibuls in Fermathes, that Haiti
.-"/is virrtn territory for all biolo-
g Wsts-- that it is a fascinating
place with many primitive spe-
dcies of insects and *betes, such
p s snakes, frogs and lizards.

'Being isolated. from the main-
l n an d net having to compete
with. the modern type of inset
.they have survived the ages.
1They likened',their search for
-weevils here ". an opportunity
given an anthropologist to col-
: lect living, dinpsafirs, but On. a
Smuh&'smaller scale.. How. he dis-
covered Haiti, 'i"B y txplaul
that during the v'inter !of, 19.-'
'5 white working over the inect;
collection at Harvard he init
SDr. Darlin'gton who had visited,
.IShi in thie earlier 30's. Research
*ilrouhh a certain welvjl SIt that
'.,peiitd produced the',paper eThe
dUMtity, of Macrocepaui bidens
Oijvifr, 1795, with a review of
Sthe Iius Tdxoaotu Laiiordalie:
tetI6bitera Anthflbtdae) Dar-,
Hin f hadJ found' on!- at Ennery
&tI his visit, ahd, dnly three
0sp: ments exist in the world
Today. To identity this weevil
I wit* the chic latin name, which
s tiad only in HMAi,. with'the
-.papi*.bf OiJMv&-aof .llS; was no
- 1inkptb teseatch job fo"Barry.

STie. young webiil4oving cou-
pli, W6mne, ing along in a Renault
'at 'a tal is often mistaken for
'-a i by the big ait-cons-

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In search of prehistoric Weevils -, Professor Valenfine
and student wife Buena.


ci6us North Americans, travell-
Md 'Hi Enhery and F lsa.i1e" andl
surround country in quest of
the bug, without so much as fin-

,hey',-peit"-he day tramping
along tAnder trees, thrashing at
thi br$1clic9, leaves and ..iunder-
growth, with the canvas net and
-then inspecting the contents, kee-
ping a '[host of uncommon insects
for excange and gifts for fellow-
scientists. The nights they cami-
ed in a tenv, placing a lantern at
the,door to. attract the little
bugs. .' "

One of 'the reasons they' did
not meet up with their unique
species-in the North Is that the
group tlhat they are particularly
interested in does not go for
modern living. They exist on
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Sqpneth qK .Iebazow' and.
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and Bronville, N.Y., with their
parents, at Hotel Chouconlme, are
proof, that youngsters can also
enjoy the charm of Haiti.

Eleven-year-o4d Mickey' who
won Mrs. Marini over to putting
grass on the hotel menu -wih a-
kiss, hug snd a nmerci beaucoups
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showed the older folk how to
enjoy Haiti's night life. He help-
ed&.out Ti-RoRo by. batting a
tambour from 9:00 to 10:00 at
El Rancho, Monday night' The
boys have befriended the maho.
gany vendors, amarchands & and
shoe shine boys, and are already
getting into the groves of things.
the bargaining spirit, and help-
Sing the vendor- with their tou-
rist sales.:

Haiti could decorate their pr.
rents Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kle-
banow, and Mr. and Mrs. L Glas-
ser with the order of vi.onorable
SHabitant* because of the love
Throwing .wat the title of tourist
wards this country.
throwing away the title of tourist
along with the Northern couple
xion, after their first trip in Ja-
nuary, the Klebanows and the
Glassers havt become edes ha-
bitu6s. Sunday, they were the
only. North American pilgrims
to enjoy the hospitality of tSeut
d'Eaui, (at Ville Bon'heur).
'Mrs. Glasser is writing part dfi
an original musical called cHo-
Uday. Fever,a which is, to be pre-
sented ,in/Westchester from No-
vember 17th to the 24th. She
will do the directing and write
of the Haitian vacation number
while Mrs Klebanow who cites
the help of Lavinia Williams and
the eBon Dieus, is doing the
choreography. "
Husbands, Norman and Al, be-
cause of their business in the


SAVAIN OFF TO

LONDON POST

Mr Savain has been appointed
First Secretary of the Haitian Em-
bassy in London where his'natural
ease and distinction in diploma-
tic circles will once again serve
the interests of his country.

He has fulfilled missions for
the Government on several occa-
sions including the 1949 Congress
of Provincial Offices of Tourism,
held in Quebec, Canada,. and' as
delegate to the Cultural Mission
in Havana in 1951


advertising and printing, and je
welry manufacturing business
will have to do a little commul
ing to new York during the twi
month vacation.
Mrs Klebanow is taking folk
lore and modern ballet lesson
from Lavinia, while the childrdy
learn' the cha-cha-cha, and thi
meringue,
Norman Klebanow whose' com
'pany, the Longacre Press, Ikie.
of New York City, services as
advertising printers, such ac
counts as: The 'American Ex-
press, TWA Airlines, etc., is 'al
ready plugging Haiti for. the
sake of friendship.
NB. If you don't know hou
to enjoy, your, Haitian vacation
just ask the Klebanows, and the
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194Q0 Mr. Savain obtained't.ls
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er attended Fisk University.,
Nashville, Tennessee. .


His first position was withWk
Accounting Division, of thb ati oi
nal Bank-where he remained ..
six years. Then he was caned'.
head the Administratie Sec.io
of the National Tourist OlAce'l.
December 1947, for three yeAn1
Mr. Savain became Tehmke'ia
Counsellor of SIPP in 1953, an.'ai
served only one month before iK|
was promoted to the Director Ge2l
neralship of this section of .thba
Secretariat of the Presidency, andii
occupied the post until July 1953.
Going into the servile of the
Foreign Office in August 1953, a
diplomatic career was begun, and.;'
as Introducer of Ambassadorsi
speaking severaN languages fluent,'
ly, Mr. Savain was greatly adni r.
ed for his devotion to service and,,
the discipline with which he per;;f
formed his duties, -i
He will be replaced,' in the Pira-,
tocol Service, by Mr. Yva Per-w
rier. .


SMr. Savain holds decorations
- from the Haitian Government as.
SOfficer in-the National Olrer oJE|
.Vasco Nunez de BaIbo, and tnt
Venezmwlan Government confer-'
red upon him the title o Offi0r,
Sof the Order of the libertador.
Mr. Yvon Perrier rplaWes Mr: -
Savain at the Protocol Service of.t:
the Foreign Office. "


Zephirin Decorates .*
Ed. Tomlminson
Writer On Latin Ame'.ca
Affairs

Yesterday afternoon thb Am- `
bassador of Haiti and Mine. -:,
phirin entertained at a small'.
cocktail party in their Sheraton-]
Park apartment. The gu-st of A
honor was none other tham ourM'
own Edward Tomlinso', noted'ji
expert on things Latin-American,-
on whom the envoy conferred the.j
decoration of the Haitian Order-
Petion and Bolivar. ,

Ed Tomllnson, who has writ-r:
ten, lectured, and argued Latin.ii
America for years, is a tall fel- :
low with graying hair, a quick -.g
wit, and unfailing perception ..
about things south of the herder .
He spends more than half his
time. among our southern neigh- 4
bors, the rest in Georgia, where .
he owns a charming hbm inca "
little town a which is basi art
made up of'citizens of Scotch an-
cestryrlike Ed himself. He's an :
Edinburgh University chap,
speaks with a faint trace of
Giorgia accent but has a hard-bit-
ten humor which surely is inheri-
ted from his Scottish ancestors.


Mme. Zephirin, a sister-in-law
of FHits President Magloire
who was a visitor here a couple
of years ago, will doubtless de-
part- soon for her homelandd,
which brings us to the subject
of the many diplomatic departu-
res from Washington ere the
summer is ended. When so-
ciety convenes in the Autumn "".
there'll be many a popular envoy
and his wife missing from the :
ranks. Replacements always take
some knowing, but recent months
have geared us to eight chanrv.-
among the foreign cheifs of mic-
sions.

,HOPE IN GOD.
SINKS
acspoir en Dieu (Hope in God)
is the name of the sailboat which
was wrecked off the coats of Ca-
baret recently; its cargo of mari-
ne salt is intact, but the crew dis-
appeared in the waves.


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mjn Congress oi Customs unicials:
ieided over By Minister Jumelle
S.Last week from July,. 16th to lecture on 'The Application of
Uathe first Congress of the Custonis Regulations and the Psy-
Cus Administration was held ecology of the Tax Payer.. The
i i the Capital presided over by delegate, of the Customs of Aux
th. Honorable Secretary of State Cayes, Mr. Yvan, Guerdes, spoke
for.iinaInce. Minister Clement Ju- on aThe Application and the De-
meelp and Lnder the patronage of declaration of Customs Tariffsa.
HisfsC. the President of the Re- During the debates, Mr. Emile
?-'ic *Garescher, announced that train-
,., ing courses will be organized for
." T congress brought together the personnel of our different Cus
cth le's of staff and the inspec- toms Houses.
Store* of the Fiscal Department as Tuesday night Minister Jumelle
i' well as the diretors of the diffe- entertained the delegates at a par-
rent Customs Houses of the Repu- ty held in the Shango night club.
hblic;:to discuss the principal ques- Here is the list of the delegates
tios relatiiw to the transportation who attended the Congress:
.of nmerchandises, the fulfilment of Emile Lancelot (Gonaives; Em-
:..ustnpm. formalities, the applica- manuel Tales (St. Marc); Pericles
-ti.6fp of'the Customs laws and re- Belnard (Ouanamlnthe); Joseph
g:.gulations and the general. probl- Tales (Port de Paix); Yvan Guer-
emis of administration. des/ (.QayEs); PaulI-Edile Charles
The progr..,am ws so ranged '(JrTinie); Raciie LUtnand'(Mira-
Sthat each! 'degkW. could get first- joAq9); Montalu Anglade. (Aquin)
he band k d'kw e of -the mitndks-' Justin PEiuoin. (Cap); Adolphe
i.trative prBms of the different Antoine (Fort Libert6); -LefMvre
*sections oecoiomic activity. ELsi6?isnBsqxni ure): Sen&que
I" Mr. MasiRllon Coicou, chief of lioide..' (Peti' Gohve); Abel Colon
the Legal Claims.. Office gave a (Jacmel).


iReyIokds Advaiir Mdney For
o Cons tsction- Jacmiii Wiarf
Labst week, the Legislktjve Coun- As for the. Finances, there is
..cil, pasa6& the bill dealing, with practically no difficulty for the
'4therfintcrg and the construction Reynold Haitian Mines .has offer-
Sof the JAniel wharf. By this law, ed to advance to the Haitian Gov-
the Secretry of 'State for Finance eminent the sum of 1,000,000 gour
'is authoid to receive thd amount des f"bi mining exprop r i a t i o hi
tiol 1,0l003,b gourdes, repesdnting rights. The State will therefore
,. part of the mining expropriation have a substantial part'of the
rights that the Reynold Haitian fun&s needed for constructing the
[.ines Inc has agreed to pay in'ad- wharf' at Jacmel. This will also
vance to the Haitian Government. permit the Public Works Depart-
".; Here is a summary of the.cliu- ment to do the job ortd procure
.ese: the services of a specialized firm.
,iyAs. it5i known, the' Southern. But if the Departmebt mentioned
2enmzu#a had been seriously hit above engages the services of any.
wy urncaue, HazeL The, govern- such tint, the" Governiment will
Inet' has alre. ady taken, s tep' to have to submit a detailed4report
ine(urage.. production. and tr.de in to'both houi6es at the n'ext session.
drder .help the region regain its' ...-"--.- .
..conatie impbrtiance. ,' .
The. "harf of Jacmel is. covered New Customs warehouses
^ ith sand and c~mnot be.approacb- : At thie .moment twq ne* ware-
a*'d by spa. coming from ;abroad.: %buses are lein. built at the Cus-
Secaustto'0of-tbe economic 'import- toms on. Port au .Prince, for. man-
%Aiie of' -s port, it is:,urgeht that ufactured \goods and' fopd tuffs.
'awha i'b..:biilt, On this matter This "new building which is'inan-
|0wo q *ti fs arse: .that 'of the ced'by t he Natinal-Bank fl the
ISnacel and' that of' 6te execu-. Fiscal Department will be emim
W:ion of' itok.. ,. ted in the next'five.,or'sbw.k.s.
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Publish Report crappy Game
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The Committee of the Gener- h m""s:zo,'he':: "e.ide .t _. t .
al Hospital Benevolent Associa- epubli.c hasd*ptM i! : >
tion published their annual re- On Tuesday night. 17th Julhi S. b *enis,'with .the &
port recently during a General football fans sawaa very poor gatfla;ter o' thedlatlod oaf .'"'
Assembly of the organization at the Maglobre Stad;tutL _l' SI l""ahi' ahd Mu--t-,'" ; 'i'A,'.'
held at the Bourdon residence of vador emerged viwctr's over'-Hun' s, udubtely a .:.
Mrs. Roy Tasco Davis, Honorary durasby one'gda'nL.en gatlL.rTlre ai Captai a tell
VicePresident under the hono- produce d very little' consttctiv 0erts is- one" of the -chief :Vnt
rary Presidence of Madame Paul ,football and was marred by sever- motors f the cavp*i me t
E. Magloirc. al unpleasant incidents. wlc is' deelopin raii -
With the close of business at, Although the El Salvador team. Hia i "k"'i., 1 ; ..
the end of June, the report show- scored the lne afl iii the first r't'ed r at tie .".'. Uo; o :
ed that the Association had de- h1lf, play in this half .was, on the el dk f.. the. $ltary' Act .
livered to the Mdterhnity and whole, dominated by Hunduras OWaptain DDen fforts .d ae
Children' Ward of the General who played fairly well in mid-field tlon contributedigr.optto, !*,'- ;
Hospital, 2051 garments, sheets, bit whose forwards lacked the fi- 'sue'cess .^ the1 firg t pve^ e
towels, and other items for use' nish and shooting power to coi- cises of aih 14ABt.14. '.
by their eproteges.v vert good passes into goaL' Oddlyr ', ,, ..,..
The Committee also reported enough. the Hondn ran' teami had' : il, ,I, .. ,f7li ...,;.. .
the acquisition of a washing ma- the most outstan-dino'pl* n 4 .' .' ". '
chine which was turned over to the field -the goalkeeper whose w ''.,' ""V:-"',
the Sister in charge of the Chil- positional play and saving wasthe o',.
drens' Ward. best feature of thi match; yet
The Receipts showed a total they also hadt tht wo i pi'.ja--r- .,*,,
of $5,313.19, with disbursements a lpnky rigl-wfig w.g.in )e *
of $3,924.11, leaving a balance on and played." like an '
hand as of June 27; 1956, of $1, schoolboy, ".. '
389.08. The El Saltvador' team occasion- "
S' ally demonstritetsoxime .S ive ma '" c. .
This organization which is con- nweuvreo. and'pjiay 4Wp.a.ten cofbs
secrated' to bringing 'moral and tructive on tfiir"'rigl4se.. I '. 'g
material aid to the children aind' dominated tlie'seZond;'nalL.'owt 4 "'-..-,
mothers of the Charity ward of ever, there $pe notn rea.nir .. 4 '
the Hospital is presided-over by spectacular in. tbsBi, aay,.0af e 6:
Mrs. Charles Fomnbrun, wife of would say th -g7 :w;'i. : P"
the' President of the Senate./She even, and quite meocre 'ie t-
is assisted by Mrs. Harry Tip- ten wohiIere 'din og this game, .
penhauer, Mrs. Jacques '-Ed. whether it wa&.t.ie, players w:.veh, ; '
Etienne, Mrs. Nelation Cam.ile, refereed or the :fAef ifefereet :, .... &."".
Mrs. Rqn6 D. Scutt'is Secretairy,' who. se'erl le tifg at ,.A i "
and Mis GinaCelestin is. Trea- the. centre U-i. IIt is a."ity
i..d tei the eemetch :.A
surer. The group expressed their this match seerad mre like a .
gratitude to the generous donors -pitched .battle than 'a -game, as w.. .. .. R .
who supported thei efrts du- therM vas so. much unnecessary U..ID ,M& AL La r-A,-L.-...,
Pn OsupVorreC 14n*elre .oVAn- CW -%m,, Of. 9X. ,'ra -C .4
rinu the, past jiar.. dirtt .iplay,- "' '.--.' !

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shfger abroad "is bringing-
jj~tar#-&-ngiratulafiois' to her
parents, bkCaptain'and Mrs.
^$'rire&ej of Por-auPrinee.
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'.Bepub'fb of Spain obser-
'i &'anniversary of the Na-
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Wednesday, for the DipJomatic
,.Corps, Government Officials and
the friends of Spain.
S ., X,X X
A new parish church at Don-
don, is, under construction. The
plans were made by the Reverend
Father Wunderlich, and with the
assistance of the Cure, he under-
took t'he building of the edifice,
after being greatly, encouraged
by .the generosity of the parish-
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e Snts Blaguen took place, located some dozen miles from the
qdpitl,. The two small buildings in the foreground are the Sulphur
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Mrs. Anita' (Tita) Corbin is off
to join hubby, "ehe famous ap
tain Ace who b"is now working in
Honduras. .


I 4
New York Subscriber, Mary
Harrar called at the Sun Tues-
day morning, on her return from
what she termed a a" wonderful
week at the Mont Joli Hotel in
Cap-Haitien' a 'visit to Dondon
Caves, a guest of an all-girls'
school picnic at Bayou and
boy scouts whom she befriended
on a former trip to Haiti. Staying
at the Riviera until the 25th, Ma-
ry says each time she comes
here she stays longer and will
obviously, one day stay here ft
good.
XXX
Horts Von Heyer left yester-
day for 3 months auto -tour of Eu-
rope. He will visit father in Ciu-
dad Trujillo enroute to Germany.
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'Mrs. Lucienne Estimd, wife o,
the :late Dumarsais Estim6, retur
ned JMVonday...on the Panaman Line,
from. a health trip to New Ybrk.
She -joined tlhefamily for'a sum-
mer in Kenscoff.
Sx'x
Haiti's nightingale, Miss Ghis-
laine 'Brierre/,'a former pupil of
Madame Mahy. and Mrs. Jane De-
castro, -was acclaimed by a Pari-
sian audience this month which
crowned her successful entry
0o3am5.'at the Paris Conservatgry
of Musik. '" .
Opening with the works of Mo-
zart, Faure, Schuman, Milhaud,
she concluded her rendition by
singing, Herzuiie Malade,h a Hai-
tian folk song. One of-the jury
members, Madame Jane Batory,
invited Miss Brierre td sing cHer-
zulie: 'in a' broadcast'o6er'Paris-'
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SColonel Marcaisse Prosper, Commergant Moise Chalom is R6dokl1hFlmbe!i L clipperedsa- it
j7f. J -- like Presidant Magloire, cele- looking ovei business in Miami, teside thi wi ek for a look at rg
-brated his birthday on the 19th Barbara Vrooman checked oat Broadway. M
J -- uly. oHaiti Sun joins with Saturday for a shopping tour in \x x .
others in wishing this very effi- Miami. .-Monday July 16th, the newly
d, jt cient Chief of Police many happy founded Institute of Fine" Arts..
returnsn. The Colonel is a model Engineer Max Mangonbs was off held its first art exhibition in .t..
to youngsters who aspire to mi- to his new contract job in Brazil French Institute undek thk dlstn- .
litary honours and a loyal and this weekend. guild patronage of the lA6no-.
Devoted son of the Republic. rablt Franck Deyleuz. Ministe-
S" HCarl Fombrun, Attache at the Farmer Atherton Lee left Fri. of EdUcation and Commerce.
-. Haitian Embasy in Panama, was day for a turn in the Dominican x x X '
~:: ^in town this week. Same dashing Republic. "
self. Mlsst Denise Chenet And'Rbger
-Gerard Leys went to the U. S. European voyager Anne-Marie Car,.E are headed .or the .tari .
e.' on Sunday, accompanied by cousin Armand stepped d6wn frbm a San with the rel'iius rites to tb*r WI
.. :' .* ."Michael Pasquett who Will .pass Juan Clipper,, looking ever so chic h oic at.TIe i.at..,.'
IDOC Rar isvi- MrLucasthe vacation pri-od wi4th mmoia on Friday. eTreuo
Do RBeseri (Strange Altars) is vi- Mr Lucas Bourget returned de th act00 ero wt mmn aau ^ on 'Thuaii"it- 4*'
Sitg with hi(S trange Altars) in Haiti las Bourget from the U. S. Tita Andre in New York. Last Wednesday, Mr. Elie Jan- 26th at-1b:30 P. M. a p
,eAtingwi i sid e n Haiti last absun frC the aptain Yvan Boyer was feted vier, Batomnnier of the Order of x x x .:..
bourne (Florida). at one month vacation three ip.ears by friends at Fermathes on July 'Lawyers and Mr. Fr6ddric Magny -
.Ernst Beaufils, highpowered 18th, on the occasion of his birth- flew to Paris.. They will represent Doctor and Mrs Willo .Ss.*f,'1
day. eav4-Jzped down Paps
Delta Air Lines Sales Represen- x x x day. t Haiti at the International Con- av. ed .down papas
tative is off'on a sixteen-day va-Le Jeannettes (girl scouts) gr of Lawyers. o.tir pound boy. bfa'faSi-. 1"
cation jaunt to Havana, the (J.S. On Sunday morning, July 15th. ire camping this year at Croix Frederic Bouchereau celebrated #ndlhe Is.,ado TQvs,.., i.s..is'::J
Sand Canada. Minister Franck Devieux had a des Bouquets, as guests of Mr. and his fete on July 20th, at home in their second'bi, -., ..
x x.x party at 'cAux Calebasses" in MIrs. Roger Turnier. Turgeau with a gala bamboche. :.*...,.... .... x x.: '".::-:.
An. American woman who had Kenscoff for the Hondurian, Sal Frederic Snare Corporation's Vi- ."',." ....
.her baby in the Schwliier Hos- vadorian and Haitian teams who e-President, Mr. L. E. Stephenson Geiinins Zamor retuined from i ..
'pita' is rumored to hve' Christ- tcik part in the Triangular Foot- arrived Friday for a look-see at the U.S. on Friday. a
th enlsMining construction AneMreBirei akfo
ened her. child Doe Albert Mel- ball Tournament. the ynolds Mining onstr on A e-Mae Brierre,is back from ?.
.ion Grat Schwitzer -Deschapel- x x x activities at Miragoane, 3 sojourn in the American Metro- .lk4 S-'
les. Mrs. Wallace Turnbull was driv- polls. &ttli) .,
xxx MrA. Elie 0.: NMjac returned by en to Cap Haitian by the Pastor o T dy
(Mrs. Fred Rigaud-J' (Odette) Panama Line this week from 22 bn Frday, where she will join the Mexico 5eekoned to Gontran Du
left lfor a month of sightseeing days in New York where she ac- Instruction personnel of the Bapt. richer on, T.ursday. a
.in Washington DC. kapd New companied her son, Doctor Harold 1st Cuh Girls Conferene tak- TLe Powell 'family welcomed
nnngnonioA ti h ere (nfrom nnn20ho grnchlre atle c
Yotk acco- panied by .two young Najac, to begin his post graduate Ing plape there from the 20th to grandchildren Kathleen ad Fir-
'.handsoe men; sons. Fred Jr work at the Brooklyn Jewish Hos- the 26th of this month min Zenni back f Kiigston on t y fl ai
-.and Reginld. pital. Going along for the ride and a Thursday. lea.AH nite '*
look at the Citadel and Caves of '' .. ,, .X ,- j'; ,.
t was the birthLay anniver- .Dondon, are Jack Nicfiold' of Ha- Miss bdette Sassihe .let on Mon Eli.b-thSaba hia inf
S"ar -Capt. Fritz Brierre, Traf- Marie Evelyne Cardichon is lamazo, Michigan, an d Jerry day to v.sit friends in New York. aN ,Yok sojourn iay
ic ss. The author of the new back from Secretarial training Saunders who are ddwn to help t week UN. expert Jules Ke- :' ... z.. : ''
trpfftc code, reportly observe his course in a Jamaica College. with construction work of the new er returned, here from his trip :,of, for a busiesscu. hue :..
hiscors in aJaaiajCllgetlin taam t.1u.aL a'
..fete'ln a mahner fitting to bls G. W, Massey, a teacher at Bible church. building program, to xico. Mr Kefer met the HaM- J -. Mian. is Faba -. a.-?t
"station and cole ,in U.. College in Elsenore, California', Pastor Turnbull will leave his tian students-and specialists who AilKi Jean Liautaud' Oa-l'ai e
xxx .: flew his private plane for a cruise wife in the North,. d drive the being trained at present in h se ,
*' : of the Caribbean, but hkd to leave boys back to visit 'Peligre today, eare nti atpre unt '
gieer'CharlieT.and. iabel it at Santiago de Cuba-to have the dandreturn to Fermascos ashipd Bib- "r He -- *".... :
Leggett gave a farewell'partyfor tomrlining gear repaired. He drop Ie Classes on Monday morning. der UNESCO scholships. He
Freill and Mrs Kroll wliq -off plans to give a new orientation to 4B"t A
and Mrs Kro wliaeoff ped over by commercial plane for and Ms. .Raymod Chamb- ro mme of ourt g

e .ithe onng of an off an Institute wil entrti at a Last- u Wednesday, July 18th, Mr. ,
1i4mWidodfhv same good job Rosalie King a teacher and Lou- 'buffet sipper for the Haitian Paul Cassan, General Director of
n r-um Hess-bz -high ise ;sctt and Accountant arrived teachers attending the Aummer the tedunationa Organz ofou '
.- 4'l Dam renth.h Champs ,E on Friday the 13th by direct flight Seminr, on Saturday evening, ad- Labo r .- Central Am ra ,and 4..4 riA ..
S.. '... .fro,;N York: Miss King is on .ly 28th, from 6 to 8 p.n. The re- Carbbea area aved hre. Nig y
f.om- Non will tMie pacge ir i o
';-:.K ot.. hger fourthh trip, and the purpose Chchtie w tbe ple at the Rue ehis visit, aMr. .Cassan had .. .. I'": ...
.Max.Gauthier returned-'to post of this our was iiii show Miss Scott Chochotf6 home of Director and important discussions with the ex- a'' .
peHautd' ve-ver K John. prtsofthe technical mission ofy 4..
f csy b th Ha itia En as- faiti, 'nd vic-versa. is 'SJohn the Interiational Office of Labor. '7N
i an:e. "' _' T e g a stopping at Hotel Richard A. Long, a teacher at He will 'alo cosn iderl the re-orga- .Best B, ... :
IC 'The -girls aretsoppig atHote
t..here B ni hand daughter 9plenidd;, and brinh best regards moan State CoUege in Baltim-. nintiq of the prlfesional schools ,. ',',,. ,',-.
Slui ne' arrived from Havana from aida King who usually ac- ore arrived for'two months vrcatih of Cab Haitien and Cayes, and the ,. ueN d ,"
a e ... '" companies sister Rosalie but is on, on his second visit to Haiti. applucat ion of the program dp of '" '"
copne siste Roale bu is Ai. X .- ,,. .



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i a Mr Neours 'eUiom nursery shool lsHer plans dramatic reading of Thornton Wil- national Offige of Labor to Haiti. '
t. i.. S e re THatihe nursery stoppinga H oterplans 4%aA.Lg ahrt ew so ie e og-.:
S,.e Se. y of the De- .e fora p o ai bientot.. der's'.novel, Ides of March. iet '. '"'
r sFinan fle* to the Smoh' at'Theatre d'Halti. In the the' s .:. : .,
orfdr health redSOfs. Rioland Montes and Clemard meantime,' he is doing some writ- HO)LFI LELEff4t$
S X Charles a r U.S. today oh Haitian Art, and has invit- i
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<:W'- 1'Wii.. :'p::r forip week of-New York City. ed's eo friends to it Haiti t' o o pg lf...-..tf'.,
.:114r. iofiam. L andezb first during 'his sojourn. THE DEJEAN VHf) J
.. as- Jean' Wayeds Laham *is home .,.
torai.. ...e' ther Dr. and Mrs. Mortimer Harmis
.of alew to t- from an extended -European tour. 'v, ,Tdus o ari ,. $ ,. u.Rin...
e ':y L~lm;IWtS Wavesfor Paris Auguste DesulmnA was welcomed (Ski Maiad& Speqialjst) welcom- .Y..SI1J -7-'N'"
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.. .JoMrs.'Joseph Beaqlieu "3 Juan SaturdayJ! $ 2 0 tenon unless
S dditio to their fami- 'Bertrand and Alfred.o S left on F$t 4 e" .l "
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".S.'x; ..;" "--" ml on Weneda,-"-'- .. the U.S. on Friday. .'' '''.
/ Pierre- and Eugenie Rigaud tra- You might be Aa -cafe'in New Orlan,' a. ^
oni sa Wolley leaves by PAA at vewled to Cleveland, Ohio this When you are tti at one of the .b',..siV O Mbeis
s td"nv 10:30 this morning for New York week. patio at :' .
and a sojourn with brother Dady, AU CHANTECLAIR'
and special studies in Commercial Jean Trouillot flew to% New AU CHANT LAR I
.Correspondence and Seretarial York oq A
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MI'A Meeting Of American Presidents
: ~(Contf-tued from pag 1)


espeCially assigned
because of his kno
ole ahd French, s
thing had been an
. comfort of the I'
'his'.party, even d,
cellency's special 1
..The Presidentiae
ed, Foreign Minis
* Joselih D. Char
Court President Ji
Pierre-Louis, Col

; BIJSY
PROCEEDD


d on this trip Henri Fils-Aime, Protocol Chiel
)wledge of Cre- Daniel Theard, Dr. Anthenoi
aid that every- Miot, Major Francis Etienne, Lt
ranged for the Guillaume Pean, Lt. Henri Per
'resident and pignan, SIPP Director Denys
6wn to H4 Ex- Bellande, rLe National'sD Diree
brand of cigars, tor Sejour Laurent, Official Pho
i party includ- tographer Louis Doret, Mrs. 6nd
ster and Mrs. Mrs. Orelio Guardia, Hermar
-les, Supreme Leconte, Roger St. Albin, Chris
oseph Nemours tophe Mervilus, Miss Jeanine
onel and Mrs. Etienne, Bernard- 'Labissire,

BIRTHDAY ACTIVItIES
PRESIDENTS DEPARTURE


President Magloire's military
tafmina-stood him in good stead,
..on the, occasion .of his birthday
.,anniversary celebrations, and an
inlassable physical constitution
saw. :hiM through. two days of
S..handshaking, inaugurations and
..ofic ia baauee.ts this week.
i -s 48th birthday on July 19th
:as heralded in ..by. ceremoniess
S'inaugurating a new '. Maternity
S 2om!e,. a;'Cavalry. Show and a
A birtdy-eve party at Villa 'Ge-
Sneral Magloire, on Wednesday.
'.) The program of grandiose ma-
nifestationns and.' celebrations
placed'. the President at various
; points of the Cajital as follows:

A(" Chancerelles

^J ,'uly 18th -- 10:00 AM., Cere-
monies'dediPati'ng the. n.w Gy-
d*MlOgy Pavi, on recently an-
.j &xLd.:tothe' Isile'Jeahty Hospi-
a'I in' Chancerelles, in' thbe pre-
sehce of the President, Cabifet
I members and top-randlong Arimy
' Officials- "He' then Jinspected the
Sro6ms and-halls of the building.
At Dozens as
S,.'Shortly before noon,, a motor-
Scycle guard- escorted the Presi-
dential retinue to Damiens where
;'thp'Chief of State laid the corn-
' er stone of the new Damien La-
boratory.. with speeches by
UISOM. Director" John P. Hoover,
followed by a sumptuous recep-
Stion given.'by the. Administration
of theiDepartment of Akricultu-
re. .
IfLe National.*
At mid-day, -the President was
received at a evin d'honneurs by
the Directors and Administrat-
'ors of 'cLe National!, the big
daill newspaper, attended by a
'lr" number of guests and ad-
..nirers. Mr. Richard Constant
hiade the happy birthday*
speech in behalf"of his collea-
-. gues, and the President respond-
ed' by congratulating the staff
for the .great support given his
Government, and thanked them,
closing with: Keep up 'the good
work, becautise you are dn -the
right track,, and toasted the
0,Benj.aminp of the Haitian Press.


Au Palais National
The President received the
various Staff Chiefs of the Cus-
toms Services of the Republic,
during the afternoon.
At Stade Magloire. (Cavalry
Show)
SWednesday evening at 7:10 P.M
in spite of the intermittent show-
ers, the President took his place
in .the official tribune of. the
crowded Magloire Stadium n to
watch 24 Cadets of the Haitian
Military- Academy, give the first
show, of fine .horsemanship 'pre-,
sented in Haiti for. many years.
.The. Cavalry Show-was present-
ed, in honor of the President's'
birthday,. :by Major ,Paul Cor-
vington, Directdr of the Military
Academy, under the leadership
of Saumur graduates, Lieutenant
Philippe Dominique, Lieutenant
Frank Larfque, .and LieuteJnant
Raymond Chassagne.

At (Vuilla( Gpuerai Magloires.
< .
When, the President return from
the. Cavalry Show ;at 9 p. m. Wed-
nesday, evening, he found Haiti's
First Lady, ajnd daughters Yola
and Paule waiting to claim him
for the rest of the evening, with
several hundred select guests
on hand for a, birth-day-ve re-
ception, and. garden party. The
spacious grounds, trees and flow-
ers added a 'fairyland' touch to
the fete, with -. multi-colored
lights and lanterns softening the
scene to cozy intimacyy. A deli-
cious buffet., including creole
specialties, and .griotb,,moisten-
ed. by fine liquers and bever-
ages qdded .to the ,gaiety. of the'
csoirde, while Madame Magloi,
re and the' girls multiplied their'
solicitude rautour de l'honord,
and their guests. The Diplomatic
Corps was present to present
their wishes.'
The daughters of the President
were teady with excellent enter-
tainment, that would make any
Dad proud. Little Yola starred in a
Hula Dance and executed the
Cha-cha-cha with the ability of
a nedette.: A colonial sketch in
the costume of the cAffranchis


Francois Garcon, and Mary Gor- I
don. I
was acted. and danced by four ^
little girls, winning great applau-.
se from the guests. The Magloi-I
re girls found,';n: able and char- .
ming assistant in presenting their.
dances in the .per.son of Colonel
Minozier's small, daughter.
Added entertainment was fur-,
ished by. Trihiiadian. .band
leader, E i'4. whose rendition ogi
a West Indian brogue ballad- folt,
lowed by a torch song -were upf
to her usual standard.
The Presldent appeared relax-I
ed and happy in the heart of his
family on that evening surround-
ed by friends and we1l-wishers;
who responded to the invitation
of Madame Yolette Magldire, and
Misses Yola and Paule Magloire.
Thursday, July 19th I
The President stood smiling a
welcome jand thank you as hun-
dreds of Gpvernment 'functiona-
ries, officials pressmen, syndica-
tes and social groups, calledat
offer their congratulations, as
he pressed the hand offered byi
each, having just been honored
at a WVin d-Horineur, by .the1'
Commander, Officiers and. re-
cruits, of the Casernes Dessali-
At Hotel Beau Bivake
Commerce and Industry Fete I
S. President Magroire 'was ho-
riored at a sumptuous banquet
and reception by the country's
*commercial and .ihdustriall big-'
wigs in honor of his birthday, 'on
Thursday, at Hotel Beau Bivage.
Chamber of Commerce Presi-;
dent, Dumont Bellande and'mem-
bers of the organizing comi't-
tee welcomed. him. After receiv-!
ing -a magnificent bouquet- of''
flowers presentted by Marcel Val-;
brune -on behalf of'-the commer-'
cial.; [wprd;' the President .-was I
conducted to the table of honor,
where more than two hundred'
friends were in attendance. -.A
special menu included: cJainmbon
et Coppa de Parme, Selle et-'
Noix de Veau Renaissance, Pom-
mes nouvelles, Jardini&res- aun
beurre, Haricots verts Paysa1,'
Glbce Vanille Pratinde, ',Gateau i
au Moka, Cafe.:
.The .*Livre d'Or with guests
signatures was presented as a
gift to the President. ,
The President, in spite of, the.
afternoon sun, seemed the cool-
pot- man there, with no show
bf fatigue, and his pleasure was
evident at being the object of.
attention of this large group that
makes Haiti's business and com-
merce tick.
The banquet at the Beau PRiva-
go climaxed 48 hours of mani-
festatios and celebrations, taking
in the unveiling of the Presi-
dent's Bust, in bronze, on a mar-
ble pedestal at Cite Magloire
No. 2, and a full sports card. and
football match at Stade Ma-
gloire.


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'2014-05-16T14:18:15-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:15:56-04:00'
virus check
'16625' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file111' 'sip-files00007thm.jpg'
10033d5c5b4fd263f7f0c21a73f677e9
be66c6b0dbd2575f75d416e1ee8ecf59db7dc524
'2014-05-16T14:18:47-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:17:06-04:00'
virus check
'16203' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file112' 'sip-files00008thm.jpg'
6725b66390c5d01ba6efb66b130a9a79
04243e7846da40c5df9cb0110f034dec638a293f
'2014-05-16T14:17:53-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:15:26-04:00'
virus check
'16912' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file113' 'sip-files00015thm.jpg'
8587fb0feb6e2f914b0f4f704073dbee
8f56e92bd76e19cd1334356d22351b4deb2f7a83
describe
'2014-05-16T14:15:20-04:00'
virus check
'18110' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file114' 'sip-files00016thm.jpg'
c63fa72f62981265eec6907c17cf8e39
c55cf3f6f7d7f5be96510e7481ba49798f6f986a
'2014-05-16T14:18:50-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:17:15-04:00'
virus check
'17392' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file115' 'sip-files00019thm.jpg'
b714bb944fb286f0c6ffc001839f262c
9761b59b5d70ea2d605154b51174e00c0013ee47
describe
virus check
'16379' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file116' 'sip-files00020thm.jpg'
e10296eeded39a9d20a36a04c9754159
e397d132aa295bf7a7f6fb64d259377dd2ed470c
describe
virus check
'16769' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file117' 'sip-files00021thm.jpg'
2eaa8a022c60dd223e197193fed747a3
a95969f2189ab561e23231cfb593b62847e96367
'2014-05-16T14:18:19-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:16:02-04:00'
virus check
'17912' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file118' 'sip-files00022thm.jpg'
8c0a88c4f621f1d6985f54e00b450d3b
f4b359e05659aa8082433e4669471c81138b8676
describe
virus check
'16612' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file119' 'sip-files00023thm.jpg'
0658ceed4f6f7bc8b75ccd8ceabeaf7a
74553d3ce8b1ba38f0f721797e98012230608f66
'2014-05-16T14:18:18-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:16:01-04:00'
virus check
'51518256' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file12' 'sip-files00012.tif'
119c56f4850a4adc22b7c408b367124d
46ebf1504daeedc07194d2f554fd15014441dc0b
'2014-05-16T14:18:57-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:17:33-04:00'
virus check
'18037' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file120' 'sip-files00024thm.jpg'
9d8cbd294a3995530cce6d6a9d27c53e
34a964bf4359fc305e9b45657da2c34d4c3085a1
describe
'2014-05-16T14:17:26-04:00'
virus check
'315088' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file121' 'sip-files00001.pro'
d4255f1737be4065ebe4f708eafe0b73
fc7b86896066488883eb29980d2b1c13f471e95d
describe
virus check
'353182' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file122' 'sip-files00002.pro'
bb5dd4e1a5f7ca8f1a3c373b083f653c
cd40a31bbcb4d0d805f3b0ff5f5e49f8ece7e066
describe
'2014-05-16T14:17:02-04:00'
virus check
'230630' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file123' 'sip-files00003.pro'
41e631e26b1465d390127cff6a813139
32a9df288dbfc9563cae72beea199304652db75e
'2014-05-16T14:18:05-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:15:43-04:00'
virus check
'209351' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file124' 'sip-files00004.pro'
2e284531b493f30e009c723fb78592f3
4ebf6773b8d9404328996ac5e51e037241e3d87c
'2014-05-16T14:18:08-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:15:48-04:00'
virus check
'210812' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file125' 'sip-files00005.pro'
0bf280973bae67724c0d0f36b1cf500f
5a5c94a015af0f7cd7187b1453a8b704c1b52d65
describe
virus check
'143488' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file126' 'sip-files00006.pro'
b3dbb1496ac569aeb1846948b506c5b2
458198250fd42f42c4b96344926fc992cbc06bef
'2014-05-16T14:17:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'177408' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file127' 'sip-files00009.pro'
2c1e37886714034fa0347f901e7fbbbb
5ed2223419a3dbee21e52561d9d822b12cc9c1fd
'2014-05-16T14:17:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'185436' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file128' 'sip-files00010.pro'
31161df9a90d021b4a4789a53405a025
ffbbab764f6620f7458b32c994810049ea0a89e3
'2014-05-16T14:18:20-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:16:03-04:00'
virus check
'13167' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file129' 'sip-files00017.pro'
225c9cea00c93fa7fcdfe92db881d21b
db2755fe7a969e66a38c39bfdb1c1a6250c14e0c
describe
virus check
'51959722' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file13' 'sip-files00013.tif'
6de18009e15fc7a992e796e59e221f83
afe50fdc5418babd64a9f8e439779906a1000902
'2014-05-16T14:18:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'43691' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file130' 'sip-files00018.pro'
03dd85bc09e2226824cac86f4ed097e9
94a1b03de58c9067b80409bfeabd8402cf7fe225
'2014-05-16T14:18:55-04:00'
describe
virus check
'170743' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file131' 'sip-files00011.pro'
f1a2b730067b3221d6bef9e1487a4edf
28436527c54ca9c2325ea68da6424fa41e5fb2f5
describe
virus check
'236457' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file132' 'sip-files00012.pro'
8f823a19117506fd48f533aac6443742
59e92c6dbbfd921831f1f61494557c8ba1a87d59
describe
virus check
'141788' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file133' 'sip-files00013.pro'
5406e5298ebf138c34f24d25651a6174
f4efc4481921bd76308799a9cc65b7581b17af67
describe
'2014-05-16T14:15:25-04:00'
virus check
'42887' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file134' 'sip-files00014.pro'
0b75dc90a19d2705d6d6ca5cf4e2f5c1
20eca67993740494cf89907773d336ae8a466f8b
'2014-05-16T14:17:58-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:15:32-04:00'
virus check
'48468' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file135' 'sip-files00007.pro'
52f756e029a2b4556571ace63d23c392
debb8fd1885b7c826345d4492360d31b15936b60
describe
virus check
'121537' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file136' 'sip-files00008.pro'
0076f46583b6192c0756d6f390ca4bc2
f2adc250e2d33beffb77631ab2a11041ed71c197
describe
virus check
'171208' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file137' 'sip-files00015.pro'
4d9fca0d03447065b33647857a2e60df
b3f2f3dd4b43df36e914368e48d7d9d2daf334cd
'2014-05-16T14:18:36-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:16:41-04:00'
virus check
'192146' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file138' 'sip-files00016.pro'
8ff8d8d252a425f48f10df3d020ec583
55b228505f7f347a3dcfd82144e8744f9e2848f9
'2014-05-16T14:18:04-04:00'
describe
virus check
'169879' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file139' 'sip-files00019.pro'
bc1ae6c283ef60cd3cd6a684dd0bbc22
55298accfa8bbf84b68935f0f06538664f1bbc64
'2014-05-16T14:18:11-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:15:50-04:00'
virus check
'51709384' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file14' 'sip-files00014.tif'
84c752c0022f946376068479722a5795
d666d1741c8d61e078a944b2bc6c76218467fe6b
'2014-05-16T14:17:46-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:15:15-04:00'
virus check
'214256' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file140' 'sip-files00020.pro'
b59b73d6d9689621a89eb836e69f05bd
ea048d9b74ab74a5de5d22dfa28f78d010e5fe54
describe
'2014-05-16T14:17:16-04:00'
virus check
'241474' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file141' 'sip-files00021.pro'
4cc0cf2fdbae68282de39432bd54a98b
2e48e70fddfda53e781906a649fe9ec29c8ab0a3
describe
'2014-05-16T14:17:14-04:00'
virus check
'100202' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file142' 'sip-files00022.pro'
d191ef0f394dd13b33c054f4bfd805e5
02cac079616a5bfe9e4754ebb088511316f1d4c9
'2014-05-16T14:18:31-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:16:31-04:00'
virus check
'382779' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file143' 'sip-files00023.pro'
725aa0484aa14d954e0a4a03c7f6887c
170dae9e8e5083e1fbe6ef18ad662d595323e980
describe
virus check
'189219' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file144' 'sip-files00024.pro'
86cbeafdff3e8fa18616868476ad2f4c
e246ece24c6f0be53f7bdaa0331e1fda832d9527
'2014-05-16T14:17:41-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:15:11-04:00'
virus check
'12699' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file145' 'sip-files00001.txt'
3ce269972e98f5164e5cf5bc8c1e13fc
d6c9cd5c2f02294e60edda09594bda09aff519e8
'2014-05-16T14:18:40-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T14:16:52-04:00'
virus check
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
Invalid character
'14342' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file146' 'sip-files00002.txt'
1517f06a220045f9d04f40fadc25d53a
0c2dab42ce2bb6de3ff481537ee2e7ef26f55d33
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'9691' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file147' 'sip-files00003.txt'
2e13730ba0ea57d30347bc2e1456128f
81a3a12416cbf8b3399045ee481dc0848ff9c276
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8696' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file148' 'sip-files00004.txt'
50bdfbcf566a983c11588abc2ff1adcc
78cc3ed8d7d4783fa1773f1e6d4fccc2c2dc4a20
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'9963' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file149' 'sip-files00005.txt'
fd589a211d06d089987384af1a9e5013
c8b91e6dd694a26a97376d617eb2eb240874f1a8
'2014-05-16T14:18:26-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T14:16:19-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'47248182' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file15' 'sip-files00007.tif'
440ae3bdb7862223c325599eb2c7dcb2
1c2129d63dfb378c31b6e24731d912a5bffa273b
'2014-05-16T14:18:58-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:17:40-04:00'
virus check
'6149' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file150' 'sip-files00006.txt'
d31843be663fceb8a6114dfdc1aee71d
01f1f76ae6ec94a1d87b18d20d8525daedec4bcf
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'9103' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file151' 'sip-files00009.txt'
a346442d273e0e65b0dcde96ec899c80
4160f84f128a3bcf2e734458cef12fab06cff88a
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T14:16:53-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8033' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file152' 'sip-files00010.txt'
83bc23e762624170770fbde4d3bdddda
8903db865d6bd7c8c7fb977d832df1841b2f206e
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T14:17:07-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'547' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file153' 'sip-files00017.txt'
cb7706f06c409b5e05ca5f83065f3029
bad41414720228b5ee4d665c036f356a88a6756c
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'1810' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file154' 'sip-files00018.txt'
8b521cb5491dda86d955090903a01629
ec01a8dd976b30faa8708729bcd1bb68ee27bc6b
'2014-05-16T14:18:44-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T14:17:01-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8503' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file155' 'sip-files00011.txt'
a5a9484f0795fcd88b0b93f8024cf1b0
a95a111bc78bfeb44131cc0036f01719f5f884f8
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'9809' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file156' 'sip-files00012.txt'
9d76a415f7762058f5ff2632d990ecd7
f7156b20739980b786574bff7503275e58b46789
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6289' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file157' 'sip-files00013.txt'
51fbf09d865ffcabf85c1c687ba666bc
cf5dd1a5b37ba9bacb26c0deef7b1153a481676a
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'1861' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file158' 'sip-files00014.txt'
255a654be0ec2162f2bb8511d6ac5de7
d32ad88310bf25a1f53e0cb8fad5cd4f92296b9b
'2014-05-16T14:18:27-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T14:16:20-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'2443' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file159' 'sip-files00007.txt'
adcdd3fd80cde4a5360494d9a2b856d0
330ca8278beb8319e5c5b04216f499b4eb8a26a2
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'48348498' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file16' 'sip-files00008.tif'
c0d690b96e058e4def45039c1f1da861
81c3001ce4333bae0a303d0dfcba6f20d3c5a509
'2014-05-16T14:18:14-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:15:55-04:00'
virus check
'5578' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file160' 'sip-files00008.txt'
817624e61c5c858e719c2049fc6834ad
73f4e6c198d5bcfd98e3fc4d585f3b4175241555
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7999' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file161' 'sip-files00015.txt'
c6dbee6424d1b8f424cd1893fd730df5
c0fb8ba8ad833b29223165c1680cb96d247da304
'2014-05-16T14:18:12-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8242' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file162' 'sip-files00016.txt'
3acdedcb28d95d382af263fe8a3a9daf
b10e3230226af82c7299180f0e6e2ff957499924
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7499' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file163' 'sip-files00019.txt'
68fafa675618ff6c7e28eff07ec8e1bf
b3d104eb0a4544e2c61b3f45cdcc5c9a64c44ba8
'2014-05-16T14:17:52-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8656' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file164' 'sip-files00020.txt'
bc41a18d145a3cdef29e2828e2d24dd3
3253e60ece4118e51fe43b2d230fdae272ff4616
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10365' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file165' 'sip-files00021.txt'
a674191f4113da63b20b8f74aae6eb00
23f29ae5faf146e7c842e76f0446a1cb9f5a989e
'2014-05-16T14:17:51-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'4623' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file166' 'sip-files00022.txt'
f8d03374203332c7d1a9f883551fa6fb
d7c2e10d5acbb2beca2bd624c7947495bd79d232
'2014-05-16T14:17:48-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T14:15:16-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'16031' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file167' 'sip-files00023.txt'
dbe9ecb39919560cdec17c081c12a640
5f79d16c01df14840357900385d0997654b5f1b3
'2014-05-16T14:18:51-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7849' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file168' 'sip-files00024.txt'
ce539002b5f6c4456cb3e83f5b3fc053
78dcbd8da30d728e3d764b677c8f4dc3d57734d8
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'37919' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file169' 'sip-filesAA00015023_00376.mets'
b4ae58dc92cb6bbf1e65afecdfaf2fc3
ff6c1dac63e8c0c95462c9c70815bc49dbe804a5
describe
virus check
xml resolution
'50330088' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file17' 'sip-files00015.tif'
a3216228f18d9ad8da1a0905d5db492a
29d9ac24f5907ec02c2e6e0ce5917073e80009ff
describe
virus check
'49075452' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file18' 'sip-files00016.tif'
2e9137c3144205e2cfd146b02eaa9a45
8ac8d177d32622c2330b0b81a5a50e128d09d295
describe
'2014-05-16T14:17:25-04:00'
virus check
'50041722' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file19' 'sip-files00019.tif'
fdd803a8d5907fb669932d13f1ae9da8
6180c322db45e0eb01c79114c345d3682aa133f4
'2014-05-16T14:17:49-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49067910' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file2' 'sip-files00002.tif'
d097e0c22ea880379de8b7f8451c8293
f308f7272915e10210f77da98da332a6456d9273
'2014-05-16T14:18:07-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:15:47-04:00'
virus check
'49038282' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file20' 'sip-files00020.tif'
27d5b594237b459b3a7354d335a319d6
75089afc7eedef3c8698697be785309ac931fb81
describe
virus check
'48702138' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file21' 'sip-files00021.tif'
7b4c310d1bbd203f6e3e6e093218b61c
1ca34dd60e8fad01d85456231c0bcadbaaf4f7df
describe
'2014-05-16T14:15:41-04:00'
virus check
'50404890' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file22' 'sip-files00022.tif'
2a06f841158707782097edd5d3e75c6c
cd4214de7c74fc578dc129e81aae2f3942809a0b
describe
virus check
'50247414' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file23' 'sip-files00023.tif'
23596d759045251e56ebfd621ec0c8a6
d874d1b9e54753917dad096c71d4910231d8c9da
'2014-05-16T14:18:24-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:16:14-04:00'
virus check
'49629582' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file24' 'sip-files00024.tif'
f5774749755def2321d846b138c3f07a
5e26a4ac4efee5b6c0118c74779417f964be948a
describe
virus check
'2061583' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file25' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
da7c97aa02f834a0e1621c92e8a93607
ef424c85143c3ff60a187144965c151f9e59547e
describe
virus check
'2044590' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file26' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
72269091219670f268b5e161b1164155
ef4b98eb5f4957b18b2444800a57854901850efe
describe
virus check
'2085680' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file27' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
799f26eb9656987b7b530fb4198176a5
2587ca1a4ea034c05b3bc6eff310620f99545af7
describe
virus check
'2011846' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file28' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
2a2b9467902cec9233a78b31978cdef4
5ae10f92b54618580bb5be4d9d74ccbb05dafc1f
describe
virus check
'2119962' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file29' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
e4b711376156ea0700d223b3ef0d34e4
d454a740f759e7395caabb9a6380e9c4bbfc6cd8
describe
virus check
'50055126' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file3' 'sip-files00003.tif'
b4931d570da5f168d4b6afc56662452b
36ef07206c46ee9e2099a33c4f9e6837fe55c217
'2014-05-16T14:18:01-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:15:37-04:00'
virus check
'2099914' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file30' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
efd50362e2fa1d05c939d2e9b503274d
0071e0d96485768d5cc937ff3fb70547445e10e3
describe
virus check
'2069303' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file31' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
7fe343bd53032b8533930fd66add8b7b
25255069dbdf4d21a9ca1ceee5b4eafde9986423
'2014-05-16T14:18:30-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:16:26-04:00'
virus check
'2036739' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file32' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
37161f4bc1f8125832532029624b30ca
9341865eac4e9a1d1fb5c02f4ce3810f4d79f748
'2014-05-16T14:18:21-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2002536' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file33' 'sip-files00017.jp2'
d1dba4e2dd144a1fd596779c9c79d2e2
941666ad62f0685a249d05d098d04190d86d1e2f
describe
virus check
'2050067' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file34' 'sip-files00018.jp2'
9a368c40a83f26295eb2e3572e1fbe44
50e66aa94041e0d71256017ceb95c1c7ba32b04c
describe
virus check
'2220274' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file35' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
06e25a34397f94021e8641ec71f67e12
20aef2f9f71919e5af5e1f4c211acb68ffb8e541
describe
virus check
'2146694' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file36' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
cc4bad252215eaf8837ab33d65b4a730
8d603e8a3ee10190ceb44b85db6cba309bb754f1
describe
virus check
'2165068' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file37' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
06968ba16ee2958e14d5f15d3d0c18f8
dcf4ab46d71c664abfefcae05aa1679fa36f8e50
describe
virus check
'2154598' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file38' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
ba32d50ba9af79e34962a051357f972a
dbf4a96eddf2e75221bd39e1f01bbf1a245259b0
describe
'2014-05-16T14:15:51-04:00'
virus check
'1968770' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file39' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
c1f7900e7e0fdafd5ae85a9613424379
47490fb1a2f58dfd97526d4836fd201b87fc2a19
describe
virus check
'48282574' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file4' 'sip-files00004.tif'
22bbfb84a8cc256ca4f897cdd542fa18
aba9c32e6c696dfbfa389675a5d701ff1291abc5
'2014-05-16T14:18:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2014563' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file40' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
56898fb93d4a149056a5c0db8d9b0431
07cfee3d3efb458f6b04e6e2885e96f759687304
describe
virus check
'2097181' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file41' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
9c7d46ce5a184a3bfe8b984a0ffdc2db
4c7f5eee46a4fbbe20525235f981c72f7899b2bd
describe
virus check
'2044883' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file42' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
1184a84e981b1195c5948ace2dd983bb
3d24d954540b7a7bd957320ead4be3538f832f14
describe
virus check
'2085174' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file43' 'sip-files00019.jp2'
c7e2593fa375822beccc3592f6b8f38a
71fbc06313c207f21c4ffc8170426f223e251861
describe
virus check
'2043362' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file44' 'sip-files00020.jp2'
fe7b7f8dd321d0095b01f63d5d580b2e
ce2c578597e2bcfbb44c98c6daf159ebd04a189f
describe
virus check
'2029309' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file45' 'sip-files00021.jp2'
2232b99d7fe66d79d2403cfa865d690b
aefcc702a58185a43687b94b90b978b676c13759
'2014-05-16T14:18:42-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:16:55-04:00'
virus check
'2100286' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file46' 'sip-files00022.jp2'
41e1715aa882bdf29c3aa52cd841ec24
43e65b831715348107e778494df03a7ebe909b7f
'2014-05-16T14:18:16-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2093742' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file47' 'sip-files00023.jp2'
6290c500b82ce45aa9210c6907ca2e51
7e297232ab9bb5a875ab0b6db732272a76d06ace
describe
virus check
'2068001' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file48' 'sip-files00024.jp2'
24beb76c1e1caa0b9bddbae1b502a2d6
f2909583863d52b1cf855dd2484e25584a1519c6
describe
virus check
'766115' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file49' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
4ab50a53c96c7b44a5d8419de996a0c8
9df7410c2cc0c9b4c30161d45551f2cc57b07145
describe
'2014-05-16T14:16:43-04:00'
virus check
'50877162' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file5' 'sip-files00005.tif'
638523a185f94d8dcdd70e651763ad3b
921ffd0fbb99fb861b9a87fb60972f638480b23a
'2014-05-16T14:18:35-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:16:40-04:00'
virus check
'72712' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file50' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
d027db075feb75ffbb357b2f47d3d3b1
1b2cacce01fc97750a72f83050abea820773b7bd
describe
virus check
'816946' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file51' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
7461ebb23849fb044df7e249a6a8156c
c9eb406796c67535752768ce3589392101802884
describe
virus check
'75058' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file52' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
ea446d9b9f737f5ba17264a861c43da9
ed78c7a4efe8eb279f3dbaeaa0aae388d69c7f25
describe
virus check
'710174' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file53' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
ea3e3646d592265b904596c26587f46b
3c92f64b9e0d98ca67ab52e098ec0de0e231df41
'2014-05-16T14:18:28-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:16:21-04:00'
virus check
'67176' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file54' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
f0ccf297a86312d6a533dc459d44f92e
d3a824fff8db4feaaaa12fd9ddcefd1f193255d2
describe
virus check
'779717' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file55' 'sip-files00004.jpg'
eeb2598d78deb0ced1e3edc62904f8bf
08f41ff3e20b54161128800a8ce3c890c8096fde
describe
virus check
'76785' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file56' 'sip-files00004.QC.jpg'
1571d9805b7462b9347da30e55f2ef0e
22560b571fd2ad769472d4591daef762ae460996
describe
virus check
'717596' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file57' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
a59dc1eb1fa53b4f298b3bfbebbfb313
5697d1de345e32f43ca9aa8db5ecdb34526c91f4
describe
virus check
'77610' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file58' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
b6aca21bb0556606d9ad0ec23e6e0c89
79453f9311c64b4f533de6d04f05838d6d1cab21
describe
virus check
'726432' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file59' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
e0e0766df355c06ddf84133b687f15e5
834d083eb8c31028e969058042eb0b70c4b40e13
describe
virus check
'50395542' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file6' 'sip-files00006.tif'
c2b40e86c2a463221ae51924c5cfa3f4
a39abb29ff80dc8655ca54e90d118585505864b1
describe
virus check
'75785' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file60' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
4d53b5553a880a4deb782ec245f36870
d0a62ef523080202f88813612e269bae5b3222ec
describe
virus check
'721529' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file61' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
d646d4e94e5fddc3c0ee0ad9fe7fb874
2b5d947105befd1c582d65d694f6329a5b8cd9a0
describe
virus check
'74345' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file62' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
6fe904015f9b55be0d2344432b33a05b
649431ef8c408f49a66a41963363d4b9cf1b4ac2
describe
virus check
'732187' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file63' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
1852538e14b6256cb30a278d0071dadd
8f88a7a757a158155f1f624e62a470dde6df40e8
describe
'2014-05-16T14:17:04-04:00'
virus check
'77784' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file64' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
32d980aabf3365ba072316685a121a76
58cceb37e3d9099afe696d901a454fe018dcfaa1
describe
virus check
'728260' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file65' 'sip-files00017.jpg'
5be2e5fdbafd52a4fb163fc618628e97
0033b399cd6b9dbf0b0721a507d8e8b4362c8d95
describe
virus check
'81684' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file66' 'sip-files00017.QC.jpg'
00da7ea1cbebfcc4bcbf3200567e6799
dd50aef1d8c6bc1bf52a0b3e9478cfd6ccc6fc18
'2014-05-16T14:18:00-04:00'
describe
virus check
'687506' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file67' 'sip-files00018.jpg'
a28b1c9de8b0c13837b563ec21c8d311
5b82aa0f215e99e1c9c16dd43c306113f8fa253b
describe
virus check
'79164' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file68' 'sip-files00018.QC.jpg'
419a26d1ed443f8a6c8497ae429f4c22
cc305a7dff8002a74541956932afd3bf9246968f
describe
virus check
'609731' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file69' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
6ea741d1a7ad90b044da85b5ea50c656
ae266c9616450f571cfdf1658a88bdbee9e51053
describe
virus check
'49661388' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file7' 'sip-files00009.tif'
ded42e7e272ac69f8023618e85d14dc2
1e6b86779f87da0067cd0e06c7c8ebc647b6b94c
'2014-05-16T14:18:49-04:00'
describe
virus check
'65494' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file70' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
0d271db0e0d7ddbe6100a1d139f814d0
e6ff053b05ccbb4806723074e067cd2ff30b0c91
'2014-05-16T14:17:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'744426' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file71' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
bc397e319fe2f9529d2f54daf18dd47c
b22ca52211ee921b2006a698f710759484efb725
describe
virus check
'78449' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file72' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
926f3f40c2f889ea5aacbdcdd47319d9
08464520a801aa89d9399d57770c8eb8fa320372
describe
virus check
'709779' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file73' 'sip-files00013.jpg'
522239e2dfabcc522f4d6876a54907a1
3a5bf6825eede122a5578cea611d469686d3e878
describe
virus check
'80461' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file74' 'sip-files00013.QC.jpg'
67358c68c0d5e1d601a91ce98cf40e10
380f29bab6a240333dee6272ce8ca28e12b29319
describe
virus check
'636267' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file75' 'sip-files00014.jpg'
4cea400f361f6d2ef1048a0a727b90e8
9c382e0a2506e70aaa460237f194e8acba46eec2
describe
virus check
'72879' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file76' 'sip-files00014.QC.jpg'
bcc1159b50166b26a4dccbf663c84b78
a800b61abdbc4323865c1f92698bf9fe36e3942f
describe
virus check
'686130' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file77' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
b749569cc23bf1fba9477a5db815833b
d7134756f61a3663b972ccdced71c1015f849448
describe
virus check
'70528' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file78' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
608894549f8e50cd7080dfbc607c4e5b
1c05489a4fe869ddcff58a1fb16830761d257132
describe
virus check
'633028' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file79' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
cc41e1c91a6d6e1b261637d24ad2dd4e
18ffca72cdbfb5883aa87dfbe6f80f9a9fda1d67
describe
virus check
'48879568' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file8' 'sip-files00010.tif'
2fbd885c8d2e1455d7e629ea60aa153d
97f76998c2702a6bf01b1167ad3f57bf3ffb4723
'2014-05-16T14:18:52-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T14:17:20-04:00'
virus check
'67477' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file80' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
ab9c15545fe0c2ab2f930be1d0702e98
94756bbede17c1857269516a594413085d02ed3c
describe
virus check
'700883' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file81' 'sip-files00015.jpg'
9bf5da731a2df663998faaf7acbe7568
8d2c71b90f89970a3c3e705d6c760ecc2fcddfef
describe
'2014-05-16T14:16:42-04:00'
virus check
'71291' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file82' 'sip-files00015.QC.jpg'
602dd2096eb5242fdc898dc70668d0c4
d26297e77fb8c218e015bbe74ff694b1cd0e0b9d
describe
virus check
'761808' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file83' 'sip-files00016.jpg'
51afba583ab43d29d26ac597e7713f1b
aa2774ca266c06bdec59fe174a9458e7e2421a05
describe
virus check
'78950' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file84' 'sip-files00016.QC.jpg'
e1130d139761546d4a4d5ded89265f48
f065ba0ec930c9c08ffea0c5d1b63278dffca39c
describe
virus check
'740292' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file85' 'sip-files00019.jpg'
fbce6e7c7b6c46037d73b0c5dba647f9
1fd17b6680a8b2abeab473eeffb6e15cebc423b2
describe
virus check
'72765' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file86' 'sip-files00019.QC.jpg'
2a2595d72bf41f589823660d67bfe43c
81ac0f41fd98cd13f9ca7061fb57ab320b8dd6cf
describe
virus check
'707730' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file87' 'sip-files00020.jpg'
d45af645bf0a4acc76e1d4f528e285c3
16721ab7488becbf2555a2cb4ed09c3c16a96b55
describe
virus check
'70676' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file88' 'sip-files00020.QC.jpg'
432297afb3a10fb2b5a10457a26e3f90
5c0b57014fa3f16c5ee9beb387fc10be1234e718
describe
virus check
'722522' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file89' 'sip-files00021.jpg'
eb1a50eac7a8d8f745e2c30f62839986
a925c0def0f8486fb5705bd8df919422f1efd359
describe
virus check
'48060042' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file9' 'sip-files00017.tif'
d6cdd6c649435f23105a5ae639a550fc
9b8c72f618833ad44c89716b59aacbf51df28f0d
describe
virus check
'73473' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file90' 'sip-files00021.QC.jpg'
40104f6fc473f45f900a5edb673d31e1
966e33c61ba640827f707121feeddab3dd668c55
describe
virus check
'723828' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file91' 'sip-files00022.jpg'
c32b7dc5d0fb021394c1c0f3b73ca2f0
e5224bbb8f43a40dd15295af9d7e0d7ac373dd6a
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file92' 'sip-files00022.QC.jpg'
20bba3bcaf25ad7e7d1fbc705bfaca91
d582d662ec81ca5e0a7ca36f98ff99f23cf4db88
describe
virus check
'740804' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file93' 'sip-files00023.jpg'
e669bcb9fbdebdcdb67243ed89226445
4bc5bfe9042a00c12789073606b5e1ddb883f933
describe
'2014-05-16T14:17:34-04:00'
virus check
'73774' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file94' 'sip-files00023.QC.jpg'
2718b4504aa864250371f7ad8b13af01
baa53dca9767af76b0de5b34759f2fe3ebc1afd7
describe
virus check
'800254' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file95' 'sip-files00024.jpg'
e0a25e63ac0817d47ae3471a07de0f8d
b5bff17d5b0dfb150f9965c58c6e779b6bcaaa00
describe
virus check
'76682' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file96' 'sip-files00024.QC.jpg'
b4dcb24f23a21f5c5bab1856d577fb2a
d887c19facb5dbe8305600f0f8a395dba23605ed
describe
virus check
'16229' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file97' 'sip-files00001thm.jpg'
acb66c45069b25f2a5d9345d2d659ad0
2ae424821d340ebf2e224b36f980feda23db7c37
describe
virus check
'15877' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file98' 'sip-files00002thm.jpg'
d837d9a8918bcee1f25b1ab33ddba0ca
f5c04ca42039221bd92af73ec504de287d1fbb69
describe
virus check
'15653' 'info:fdaEB0M2P156_7S76O5file99' 'sip-files00003thm.jpg'
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