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- THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER


Port-au-Prince;


R6publique d'Haiti


Telephone 2061


SUNDAY, AUGUST 12th 1956


Gandhi foliriwer Jaisical nhotcfpremhed before Mbaison O'ientale1
fellow Indian Dardlani. .


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NON-VIOLENT INDIAN CALLS
ON WORLD PUSH BIKE TOUR
When Mishree'Lai Jaiswal step inspireo'by 'an ardent desire to
-ped ashore here Monday from see the glimpses of different
(he deck of a small'Haitian school struggles in the human history,
ner that brought him and his or- 1[ set out from my native town
fdinary-looking bicycle acrossthe of Chas. District Manbhum in
strip ef water that separates Cu- Bihar'State on a vour of India.
ba from Haiti he chalked-up four 4d 'went to Delhi, the Capital
years four months devoted lo his of India anl was encouraged and
cycle journey around the world, blessed by. the great president,
As'Ihissinewy little legs pro- Dr. Rajehdra Prasad, in my mis-
pelted the bike, through the rug- sir.n. 'I theli' decided to embark
ged down-town Port-au-Prince in a greater voyage round 'the
after a visit with President. Ma- the globe to wifetn my ovwnm vi-
gloire Tuesday, the" distinguish- sioii, and i. my l'humble way to
ed Thirty three-year-old Indian convey the most needful mess-
clocked 65.000 miles on an or- Continied on page 16)


diary push bike and 9.000 tra-
vel by sea making a good total
of 71.300 miles of zigzaginfg
around the world.
WORLD HTKE ON PUSH BIKE
'Mr. Jaiswal journey around
the world is being undertaken
in the cause of international pea-
ce, friendship, truth and non-vio-
lence. How he came tQ underta-
ke this mission is best told in'his


own words.
.In the -.ear 1952,
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Effective August
correspondence and


on 4th April,


15. 1956 all
bills for Tip


pelfs Abbett McCarthy Stratton,
Enginep'-rs should be mailed to
the fol'owing address:
Tippet's Abbett VMe Carthy
Stratt on
62 W 47th St
New York 36
New York
SAttenin, F.W. Kroll
TIPPETTS ABBETT McCAR-
THY STRATTON, Engineers


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Boy Saed Fom Md Dog Bite
[Boy Saved From Mad Dog Bite


uWitnessesn
Release
Request
To Bulganin
Soviet Russia was ch
last Monday night to p
sincerity of its boasts o
gious freedom* by 'i
more than 9,000 Jehova
nesses held in Red slave
The resolution, preser
Haiti's special visitor
Frant, was unaniramous:
ed by the 858 persons w
ed the rain to attend a
soniree at Th6&tre de
August 6..
IT IS SAID THAT RE
INFORMATION ON TI
SONER DATA WAS FIt
ED BY NEWS DISP,
AND BY'- FORMER PRIE
The resolution will be
rectly to Mescow, with
of it placed in the fianc
nearest U.S.S.R.. repre
to Haiti. The same re
nearest ASSR represent
Haiti. The same resolution
pent to Russia from dis
ventions the witnesses in
of the waoril. An estimate
solutions representing 64W
gates will be sent to Pr
nister Bulganin by the
January.

Tap Tap Driver
After Hitting
Carrefour Almc
Tree
On Wednesday morning
Aspelti, an autobus driver
tantaneously as the vehicle
driving left the road at C
and crashed against one
almond trees in front of t
son Centrale des Arts et 1
The only other passeng
q"idpmai- wa *s**ivr*iC' ninsiv~


Presiden's Chilren ... "a...w.. s..........
President's ChL ldren. The cise of the accident
Vacation 'in England investigated by the Traff
The son, and two daughters of ice.
President and Madame Paul E.
Magloire who are attending Eij- l C of 'ee
ropean colleges are spending Local 011
their summer vacation in En- I Col mbin
gland this year. Raymond, Elsie n olomian
and Myrtha were accompanied
to Lofrldon by their aunts Mfss Girls, hold on to your
Josephie Magloire and Mrs Er- line and let your natural
zulie Magloire-Prophelte, July ty flourish. Our Sister R
24th to the South, Colombia. i
The group were welcomed at ing a Coffee Festival ney
the airport by Haitian Ambassa- nuary 19th. Queens from
dor at the Court of St. James fee-producing'countries w
and Mrs. Joseph L. Dejean who invited to participate. Ha:
conducted them' to their hotel, urged to send one of its m
rhev were honoured at a dinner vely girls, by Senor Anto
in Grosvenor House by the Am- neros visiting Port this
basador and his wife, later the who gave the message to
same day. President, Christian Germ
Raymond Magloire, 20, who is stu Senor Pineros informed
dIing Economics a.id Political the festival is to last for
Science at the Ecole d'Adminis- week, and that the orgi
ration in Paris is taking ad- committee is prepared t
vantage of his vacation in Lon- sume round trip transport
(Continued on page 20) and all other expenses fori


Tests In Chicago On Dog's Brain
Proved Arcahaie Dog Was Mad
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A ten-year-oldl boy who was and special serum to immuniwm.'
bitten by a mad dog on July 10th him. against rabies. .
alleged and whose life has been in qang- Pierrelchard Merceron, sor"
?rove the er ever s.nee was pronounced of Lietkteuant .and Mrs. Pierre .,
f reli- cbhors de danger last Tuesday 'Merceron .owes his -atrmow es-.
releasing after doctors had administered cape to the prompt aeti6o an4'*$
ah's wit- a series of 24 anti-r'hbic shot .devotion. iDtr.dRicihard Prindll,,-.
e camps. SCISo' dloalConsultatan..*
ited by Captain C rgo Dr. Joseph Chie of the MB-..l
, F. W S ib dical Division, where the boy's"
y adopt- Sailboatmother, .the former Yolinde a..]:
ho bray- Lost Off Abricot rAque, work's on the Secrttaral:.'
- grand A sailboat lthe dErinaa head- staff. .: i
Vegdure ling for aLes Abricotsa from At the close of elassess'f V.lth
Je6remie disappeared undeitthe summer, PierreRichard uiil:v .
,LIABLE wives last week with its CO- at St. LOuiS de Gonzagaej,iw ,
HE PRI- tain, Boneus Azor, and an ini- hastened to join his fathrik..!ei%
JRNISH- portant shipment of hydrgj4c ..t.ant Merce..n at his corandW
wa' posting Arahi' *. h "C'
ATCHES equipment which was b ff in Areahaie "-'
SONERS sent for the Red Cross rebViId- On the first' day of th"hi-" "
Sent di- ing project at Abricot. Thle lfe d a y s, as he played ,ii thtQ
.a. copy of the captain and the ,eatir gardens of tbe"Ibaraeck; '. r,^
Is 'of the cargo was lost. belonging to. a nearby; nebgdjon
sentative IJean. Baptiste, the CaPtain's ran up and sank his fangs intoi,
solutions assistant who knew bhQw to leg.of .the boy. The .dog, dlU
ative to swim it to, the 'coast Is.- Ingt the. same day....0.
as will be detained by the police for flues- When oews of ti'b
trict con- toning. reached "D. Prmndle: ( iMaes-'
re a ed .Prindle ;;
Small parts diately arranged'.to ship .' o .J
Id 100 re- tion of the animals braih'.for'.dfl
1.000 dele Cuban- Ambassador boratory analysif inG- mC -bf
ime Bfi- In f Hospitat a 'eipre s. A reassjjf tarn
end of I ..
end of Senor Francisco de Arce, Cu- was received sqonKi4tj
Mtha the first te~st--w
ban Ambassador to Port-au-Prin- that the tlrst tets :
ce, was admitted to the General tive,?, thereby.: dspeU te
rDie Hospital onu Thursday evening, alarm to the boy's `parent;i'.':; .
ue The condition of the Amb&s- Two weeks later, how. '.
Ssador, 'dean of the Diplomatic seco aile from the' 0,Ya,
.. ........ ,Laboratory advised ta.:h .
iund^ Corps, who has represented his Labortory raised thaT .,
Un Government in Haiti more than sive tests shwed that-thi..0o
.Ladadiea. ofrabeies.The lf
five years, is considered critic- hd died .- .
g Frank al eIyoung, boy (was' n "eh. ieni'
Franek al. I ,danger, and.the wo c1s me
died ins Senora Maio de Arce, wife da the two SCnSpme
e he was of the Arnbassadbr's'son who is. ..u n tena d. cs" a ba tle
:arrefour Charge d'Affaires for Ci.ba in gi. the adds caused b the ,
e uli fewtb uelky-Iin b egmmng ,-yetheraso
Sof the the Dominican Republic flew .tb ginng, the-series of
he -Mai- the bedside of her father-in-Jaw, antirabic 'injections n eated.
The ra nne pr en s'.seire hed...:
metiers'. from Ciudad Trujillo, on Friday. inT've rain pe nts searched
er -the Ambassador de Arce is in his ya. for.the cesary quanti.-
injured. late seventies. Senora de Arce, of vaccine which was. unavailable :
in.;ured, late sev nties. Se oraore-a.ee .. ... .. .. r. ',.!
is being wife of the Ambassador is Dean a ''ort-au-wce..Dr. Prindle
ic Serv- of the Diplomatic women in Hai- and the b'yls father -finally -
tamed enough to assure four
ti.' -'
ti shots, and the doctor cabled fok-.
S additional vaccin "and' serum t "
l n ..... av DPI i be sent by airmail from MIami.:
Queen Mlay RIeign which reached Haiti in time .-
of e Festival Pierre-Richard was given the" '
Coffee Festival serum,'admnlijecb.Yu
Uiserumsabdominal injections ^'
twice daily, and kept under comns- :
* waist- of the queens of the 17 coun- f'ant observation at the Mere".-,*
1 beau- tries invited and their chaperons, ron's Ruelle Riviera home, Ib' '
public To the beauty chosen as Queen Dr. Prindle and Dr. Joseph.Wiith
s hold- of Queens) during the Colom- the last injection, administered
xt Ja- bian festival will go the follow- last Tuesday, the devoted phya.-
17 cof- ing prizes: Two tickets for a clans were satisfied with the re-. ..*
ill be round-the-world tour, (for the suits and pronounced the little
iti was winner and her chaperone), and fellow to be in fine sh"4e
fellw t bein ineshape. ..:
any lo- a beautiful emerald ring valued The youngster, nowyhis s. 'i-
nio Pi- at $5,000.00. ing, usual self, is askfg' to' be
week, allowed to return to Acahai. to
Jaycee The visiting eSud-Americain, continue his vacation with his ?
aain. President of a domestic airline dad, but his mother is trying to
that company 'Lloyd Aerovias Co- make a deal with him to finish
r one lombianasb, stated that a formal the summer at the family lodge
inizing invitation to participate in the at Laboule. In the meantime a
o as- Coffee Festival will be extended grateful Army Officer and his
tatign, to Haiti through the Haitian Am- wife are recuperating from a
r each bassador in Bogota. well-foundedc ease of emotionn.,


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VOL:VI


No. 41


NOTICE


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I'AGE2 HAITI SUN SUNDAY, AUGUST 12th 1S56


29 Junior Red Cross Girls From
Enjoy 15 Days fn Furcy At Tent Camp


The white flag and Red Cross
are flying o''er a ,tent camp und-
er the pine- in cool .Furcy. For
many of the 29 girls between the
ages of 7 and 18 years, it is their
first taste of agreeable tempe-
rature, mountain atmosphere,
and camp Wife. The girls are
&members of the Junior Red
Cross who have come \ from
towns throughout the Republic
for' the two weeks of camp
ered' G. Sigerist.s.
Kept in trim by eight monit-
a.4.ors, the .*benjamines of the
y group of campers s is 7-year-old
i'Eidhieaine Pierte-Louis of Cap-
Haitiqn. Ghlslaine Jean, also a
eCapoiset is the aipe.a
.'..VUp in the brisk nporning air
Sat 6:30 the Caimpers begin their
.. dY ith setting-up exercises,
',Vfotvoe. by a. 'cool wash-up.
.'.Pro., ptly 't 6:45 they clean up
F"aid put the tents in order. The
S.' table .Is laid at 7:00 AM., twenty

minutes before the hoisting of
9%the flag, 'then they Ale: to the
jdiing room,, for a. 7:30 break-
ifas Af hour later they do' the.
dishes and -submit to an Inspec.



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-IN IAN STORE
'TO VISIT THEIR
DEPARTMENT
$4'f! e* LL FIND THE WORLD'S
F 'NDWS FRENCH PERFUMES
A TERS.
J)E CHINE
I'.Sb 'A~iGE/I'RESOR
NS 'APERE MYSIN
N O>S SORTHLEGE, SNOB
Ayh TOUjOU R$ MOT
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=. RAPHaEl. REPLIQUE
SJEAN PATOUS JOY, MOMENT SUPREME
A\IOUR-AMOUrR ,
CA.VEN M.1 AGPFFE, ROBE D'UN SOIR
CARON -- 1.IEURS DE ROCAILLE I
T.E TABAC LOND, NUIT DE NOEL
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tion of the tents. The can
echoes continuously with ryt
mic songs of the Junior R
Cross.
Sewing, drawing, songs *t
a snack take place between 9:
and 11:30. Then it is time to s
the table for lunch which th
take at noon. From 1:00 P.M.
2:00 the girls are allowed to
dulge in a welcome siestaa)
Classes on the care of t
home or on first aid adre atter
ed from 2:00 to ,4:00. They wa
up again at 4:00 o'clock and ha
another snack. At 5:00 P.M., t
campers enjoy- anr- hour-and
half of preparing for the eve
ing vigil. Their supper is serve
them at 7:00 o'clock. At 8:
o'clock it's time for the Car
Fire.
The day closes at 9:00 P.
when the Junior Red Cross ca
pers turn in for the night at t
same time as the Council of V
nitors. The head monitors p
the last'light out' t 9:30, a
by 10:00 PM., at the Can
there is cCouvre Feuz or silen
complete.


SP AN'OR A1M A'n
ROAD-HOUSE DRIVE-IN
Provides refreshments and View at 3,300 Feet on To
The Puillboreau on the Road to Cap-Hhlitien


1 Parts of Ropbli organizationn of the Junior Red
1 P t ofRepublic Cross whose motto is CTO SER-
Fred G. Sigerist VE.. The three points covered
in their motto are:
np The camr.ers and monitors who (I) Hygiene; First Aid. and
th? are at Furcy. under the direc- First to act in the protection of
ed tion of M;ss Liliane Gibosse, as life;
cMonitrice-pn-Chef, are as fol-
nd lows: (2) Mutual Aid. (local, na-
15 From Port-au-Prince. Pauli- tional and international);
set na Paul, Gisile Celestin, Mireille I
ey Heraux, Monique Thanor, Loui- (3) international under-
to se Joseph. Lea Joseph and Mir- standing and friendship.
in- tha Bonny. The Haitian Junior Red Cross
From Can Haitien: Carmelita organizers have taken into ac-
he Alvarez, Jeanine Nelson. Elvire count the economic, and social
nd: Joseph, Ghislaine LagredeUle, particularities of the country.
sh Therese Pinchinat, Claire Marie adapting the three major prin-
ye Senat, Emilienne Pierre-Louis, ciples to the basic needs of chil-
he Junie Bieliard, Ghislaine Jean, dren and adolescents. They are
d-a- and Marie-Mercie Chere Enfant. taught that service in following
en- From Gonaives. Lucine Fer- the simple rules must come of
ed dinand, Marie Mathurin, Marie- their own free will, and not just
:00 Verrn-a Derosier, 'Marie-Claire because they are obliged to do
np Mahotikres. Rita Thermulor, Al so. The young folk are encoura-
tagrace Therus, Edna Jean, Pau- ged to practice the principles at
M. lette St. Pierre, Marie Lyonel home, in school, among friends
m- Morencie, Marie Therese Louis. and in national youth move-
he From St. Marc: Andrde Ro- ftents. They are asked to contri-
lo- se Boucicot, Miliance Auguste. bute toward the material and
put The Monitors are: Miss Adelu- spiritual improvement of their
nd cia Durosi.r and Miss Emilie respective communities.
np Magloire. 'of' Cap4Haitien. Miss
ce Laurette Lekgros and Miss Ade- The girl Juniors are having a
line Th. Moise of Gonaives Miss wonderful time at their Furcy
Yvanne Sergile of St Marc camp, with their wholesome rou-
SMiss Paulette Bonny, and Mrs. tine and discipline, and their
Armide Toulme Lamothe of' evening camp fires and songs.
Port-au-Prince. When their two weeks are ter-
The Juniors had it impressed minated, a group of boy Junior
1 upon them that there are 44 mil- Red Cross members will occupy
lion members of the world-wide the Fred G. Sigerist 'Camp.


'Crop Representative
Visits Haiti
The Reverend Ellis Todd, a-
Methodist Minister, arrived here
yesterday as a representative of
Christian Rural Overseas Pro-
gram (CROP), a Protestant Or-
ganisation which senkj.j.2 'large
quantity of seeds as a.gift to be
distributed in Haiti tp',help the
peasants recover from. the blow
of Hurricane Hazel. The seeds
were distributed to thousands of
peasants in Nouvelle Touraine,
Furcv and Kenscoff areas as well
as in Petit Goave and J6remie.
WVith the help of the Haitian'
Red Cross an itinerary has been
arranged !or Mr. Todd, 'which
will take him to the areas where
the seeds were distributed
P of Reverend Todd is an expe-
S rienced farmer as well as an ex-
pert photographer.


FrE CAR (OF THE YEAR


"PAGE 2


SUNDAY, AUGUST 12th 1956


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HAMT SUN


Latest OptiqueD '
Bubbling Over

Fresh off the press is one of
the most interesting and varied
issues of ;he literary, scientific
al-d artistic review Optique D.
Special feature is Aline Belan-
ce's Parfums Incroyables (Un.
beleivable Perfumes) with illus-
trations by young poet Georges
Castera Fi!s. Senator Ernijle St
Lot's sImDasse of the Declara-
tion of the Right of Man) is an
important exposedb showing how
this document was a cold war
victim. Morisseau-Leroy is up in
arms against the linguists and
their Creole orthography while
Frank Fouche describes the
,Anxieties end Delights of the
Haitian Playwright,. Jean Fou-
chard tells us about the love-
life of St. Domingue actress MTag-
deleine. Fortune Bogat deals
deals with a Salesman,. and Mi-
lo Marcelin continues his, long
series On Va.odoo. a popular
religion) with a billant des-
cription of cbouli-Zinc. He also
presents a folklore narrative
cLa Poule Frisdee (Frizzle-Fowl).
This issue of cOptiqua has a
rich poetry section. itheie s Jac-
ques Le Noir's beatitfiut poem
cL'Arc-en-CieIl (The Rainbow).
There are several poems by Be-
lance, Ariel, and Franck Fouche,
and a short-story by Robert
Theard Lie'utenant K and a
list of historical narrative shows
a fisherman having-a discussion
with Preside!it HYppolite. Jac.
ques Alexis's Codmp&re Gdndral
Soleili is reviewed by ,Magloire
St. Aude.' OPTIQUEV. concludes
with the full programme of the
Congress of .Negro Intellectuals
to be held in- Paris in Septemb-
er.


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'SIJNQAYT AUGUST 12th 1956. _____._


HAITI SUN


FRIENDSHIP AN]

BREAK LANGULA


In the last five years there has
been quite a noticeable intier-
change het'veen young HaitdAns
and Jainaicans an interchange
between young Haitians and Ja-
maicans-- an interchange which
seems to be steadily increasing.
Actually, people 'travel for sever-
al reasons, but this traffic has
been essentially a student one
Haitian students go to do com-
mercial studiess typing, book-
keeping. short-hand-in English,
in mosc of the bigger commer-
cial schools in Kingston '(Dur-
ham, Jamaica School of Com-
merce) in Port Antonio (St An-
thony'. Academy) and in Mande-
ville. Since the opening of the
University College of the West
Indies called because it is
regarded at the moment as part
of the University of London -
many students of the Modern
Lkianuages Department of the
Arts Faculty have come to Haiti
to gel: practice at oral French.
But despite the obvious se-
rious mission these youngsters
have beto6dn, they have all had
time to see,;,Inough of- the res-
pective co6l6 ies to love them.
UWT students fihd' that the
frilndship, courtesy aid, hospita-
litk If Hqitians is -impl capti-
vatf an iid.'sSm.e of them 'have
been so adtie'd tb iH-Aiti Che-
rie? that they hWave made two
or more trips. For example
(Thelma ,Lawrence of British
Guiana, Jbin -'JRoliton bf Tltii-
dad, Mriel. George ,of Antigua,
Harr. i 'jdr of Trinidad, Lloyd
Stanrford of Jamaica.) Haitians
too, have been well received. iv
Jamaica and there has been talk
amohg then' .A rettrng.. Now
that Haiti's prdgressiie youner-
generation is becoming hi-lingual
(creole, apart) Ad in some' eases
tri-lidigual there will be even
closer association in the future
for th'ire is a great similarity
between both ways of life.
It was i, 1951 that an ixAport-
ant chance meeting took place
in N6.wYo...rk. Young Miss Desva-
rieux: (now Mrs Cardozo) daught-
er of Mr1,and .. Mrs, Dbevarieux
(Chemin des Dalles) met Miss
Norma Woo Ming of the UCWI
in the big city. They became
friends and Norma soon came to
"Haiti as the first U. C. W. I.
girl to stay at the Desvarieux's.
Since that time Mine Maud (nam-
ed after an English friend of her
mother's) Desvarieux has been]
boarding students from Jamaica
especially during the summer
vacations. She has a very im-
pressive list for the last five
years and although this pear's
summer vacation has just start-
ed she hias already got four with
a possible three or four more to
come. ft has been like that all
these years. Because you, see
Mrs .Desvarleux's prices like
that of Mrs de Catalogne at Rue
CapoiLs are cheaper than hdtel
rates and she is a very nice wo-
man. She changes $60 per month
and if two girls share a room
$50. She lakes good care of her
boarders and one,; in addition she often ad-
vertises iri Jamaica's Daily
Gleaner,.
But her boarders are not con-
fined to students. She has had
women and girls from the
YWCA. in Kingston, from Mon-
tego B5e., ad.d she has even board-
ed bo.:, the Jamaica College
group "z",t came on a three weel:
tour ilL 19 tinde'"' Mr Har\'ey
Ennevar Mrs Desvarieux's
'pension. is however essential-
ly a fern"' .'e She does for
the girls what lMrs de Catalogne
'has been doing for the boys.


D HOSPITALITY


GE BARRIER


sive list oi UCWI students and
others from Jamaica and has
been equally hospitable to her
boarders. She advertizes espe-
cially in the UCWJ itself and
her rates are extremely reason-
able. Mr. Hall (of Librairie Hall
fame) has also been very reason-
able and kind to at least one
UCWI a Grana'ian-known to
the writer. (It must be remem-
bered that UCWI students come
from all over the British West
Indies, from Canada and Africa,
although principally from Ja-
maica, Trinidad and Barbados.)
-It would be wrong, however,
to think that in Haiti and Jamai-
ca students are only received in
epensions- (boarding houses ),
In Jamaica many Raitians board
.ingly (or in small groups) with
families like the Naylor's, the
Dawson's, the Bernard's, the Ful-
ler's the Boyd's and several
others. At least one Haitian -
Serge Brierre has been to Ja-
maica in an exchange with the
Shares' family in Cross Roads.
(Young Marion, now a graduate
of the UCWI). But Haitians have
gone a st'ep aie'A.d. Apart from
the warmi welcome and .good
enterfiaiinment they provide for
UCWI stddents,and others from
Jdaica whlos'e acquaintance
they happen to make, families
like the D'speignes and thbk Ro-
main's .'(Mzichel) have actually
invited friends from Jimiica to
live in their homes -free of cost.
.Such frieAdds get a chafiee to ao-
preciate the country frbm -in-
sid-d and get a far better' ;Un-
[riAfn"ig'of it than- tourists
hiadffeT up in plushrioteis. huch
r t. .ib bie hospitality and fri-
.eadship;.- might not be senSation-
al but go a; long way'. fostering
g'oa 'relation-, between two
West Indian countries that have
much to teach each other.
Ed. Note: names -of students
and other visiirs have hardly
be5n mentioned so as not to
cause offense to anybody whose
name might be left oat of an ap
parenitly rxzhAUsbive list.: Simi-
tarly the names ok families in
Haiti and Jamaica mentioned
shob4ld be taken as representat-
ive rather than exhaustive.



Nicole and Roland
Dorcely Exhibition
At Ibo Lele


Nicole Dorcely has made a ve-
ry impressive debut in her 1st
exhibitici despite the competi-
tion of her celebrated husband's
canvasses The exhibition hes at-
tracted a large number of art-lo-
vers to the Ibo Lele Hotel for
more than a week now. It is a
team effort End it is difficult to
pin point the particular contribu-
tion of Nicole or Roland. Nicole's
hand seems discernible i Fu-
ineuse,, cUn Voisimn. Les Frieu-
sess and (tomperev reveal Ro-
land Dorcely's'style with their co
lour rhythm and expressiveness
These two artists move in a
world of physical forms-not as
biologists but as poets. 'Ingenue).
,Pensivex, Solitude>,, cAurorev
and cSauvageo are titles of poems
-pa'.ited poems. Would it be ask
iig too much to see Nicole expo-
-e the colored vision of her artis-
tic u 'niVcrs' .|
Several vi.sti'g artists inclul
inc Norma Sandelic.--Canadia:.
.i:ict visiting Haiti with her Nor-
wegian husband Kim Sandelien-
Miss Jemnne Bundas and Gilda
Dlenkov have been very impre3.


The latter has an equally impressed by this exhibition.


Cap-Haitien Tourist Office Director Gives
Diploma To Tourist on the Trip to Citadelle


WALTER AND PEGGY CARRUTH, 'ideal Texas couple, made their
seventh excursion to La Citadelle. They were awarded the diploma of
tourist Director Eric F. Etienne. The presentation took place at the
aChevalier de la Citadelle du Rot Henry I, presented by the Cap's
Bar at the Cap Haitien Airport, and was dulj witnessed 'by ,Hostelle-
rie du Roi Christophe- owners, Gdeard de Catalogue and Madame.


import -Export Bank Officials
Rave Talks With G6verftnieint


Mr Frank Kimball, Import
Export Bank financial expert .r-
rived .i Port-au-Prince last Sun
day morning to negotiate with
government officials. T a I k s
got under way on Monday morn-,
ing in the Chancellery where Se-
cretary of State for Finance Cle-
Mflent Jumelie and ODVA presi-
dent Alcide Duviella represented.
Haitian interest. U. S. Ambassa-
dor Tasco Davis was 'present at
the discussions which were re-
sumed on 'Thursday morning in
the same office.
The Haitian Government rea-


lises that after harnessing the
water of the Artibc.nute River full
benefit should be extracted from
the area. That is why it plans to
set up-parallel with the agricul-
tural development scheme-a hy-
dro-electric power plant with the
technalegi assistance of Westing-
house experts. The JImport-Ex-,
port Brlk financed the Peligre
Dam-Reservoir, the Caneau prJi-.
seb, the syphon of Drouet and
the secondary irrigation' canals..
It is likely that they will finance
the hydro-electric plant.
i


There is on-ly one Cnurse To Take Wikne'in Sea-ch
of exctellert FOOD in Fine Surroundings


CASTELHAITI HOTEL

OVERLOOKING THE CAPITAL


17 Injured As House
Collapse During
Wedding Ini Jremie

Tragedy loomed over the wedd
'ig reception of Mr and Mrs Rot-
child Jean-Charles is the balcony
of Mrs Melanie Fils-Aime's Jere-
mie residence gave way under
the weight of numerous guests.
Seventeen wounded guests were
immediately rushed to St. Antoine
Hospital and some are reported
to be in a critical condition. Amid
the excitement caused in 'the
equartier, the Justice of Peace
arrived with the Police to make
the legal cconstat.


La Gonavre To Get
Medical Center

The establishment of a Medical
Center at La GoMive is asdeciat-
ed with Public Healthl Minister,
Elie Villard's visit cross the
gulf last week. '"The village of
Anse-A-Galet is the kite selected
and the group of buildings built
at a cost of $60,000.00 to house
the former Penitentiary Colony
of La Gonave will be. used for
h6spltaixation and treatment of.
the sick.
The project of the Department
qf Public ,Health cqlls for stafff- "
ing the clinic with a group 0f ':
doctors, and installing modren. -'
I.
equipment and furniture.. ...-
Minister Villard made a full'
report ,to .he Chief Ot.. thtae,.
during a special interview in con-
nection,.with the result' of hisini.
vestigations at La Gonave.
'The Sa to Center., pjet
miust be approved by the' 3ge.t- '-t
iye Cduncil before work canl beain-.;
.. .. .'-

Haiti tb have exhbitit
At AStA. :
Chicago Meet '
,. ,'! i c .!
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An exhibit of Haitian' .Handi5r4
at the coming ASTA convehtig ,
in Chicago scheduled to take .p1I'
from -November 3rd to 7th3 ii,
I:ng planned by a group.4hea4ed`.,-_
by Tourist Director. Pierrie Chiau--'
vet. Last year's Convention. took 0
place in Lausanne, Switzerlad:.-'!
At last -hurday's,;
council meeting called by Sw!:'
Chauvet, the following were pre-':,.
sent: G.uy Laraqiie, Assistant *.'.
Tourist. Director, R-,bert Baus-c '
san, Ibo Lele 'Hotel. Irdprietour,',
Georges Hcraux, .,of 'AHerauxti,
Tours, and' ,Louis Moraa. .
The group. ,is arrangin'g for..,
Haiti'i partficlpation in response
to the invitation made by the .:,
ASTA organization for the Chi-
cago- exhibit. .
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?AGE4 HAITI SUNST


20"new Vehicles
for Police Dept.

PORT-AU-PRINCE POLICE,
der the competent directorship
Colonel Marcaisse Prosper, has
veloped rapidly into one of t
.host important centers of Poli
nd Administration in the cou
try. Stepping up the standard
peace and order in the communi
the Police Department has just
quired twenty new 'Black-Ma
as*. The white and black Chevi
lets, equipped with sirens, etc. a
S being used by the Investigati
Section, the Traffic Departme
and the regular Police routine si
vice. The new fleet of modem p
lice cars and camions' staged
round-the-city .parade last .Wed
e-dat moninjg.

S.A, TwO-HOURS MEETING 'of
r6ixed commission studied t1
function- f the French-Haitia
S.Commercil Treaty in the Cha
celery last Thurisday. Secretai
: of .State for Foreign Affairs Jo,
eph,,'D. Charles, Minister of Con
merce Franck Ddvleux, Under-S
eretary for.!Commerce. Alain Tu
Snier, Departimept. of Foreign A
f. airs HervA Boyer and Pierre Be
neit represented Haitian, interest
While French Ambassador Lucie
-Felix:-aid'Commerciil Advisdr RI
OlW Aglioh represented the Frenc
Government. -
.TIPPET-ABBET MacCARTH?
A. ND STRATTON 'a report on th
1ncutivated ateas of the Cul-d4
Sac plain Is a gide to future inr
%tf schemes' as their technic
ants have studied the .drats of tb
ldiere 'Blanhe Dami aril,hav
considered tapping 'the Gt6re an
Malelle spriigs.
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HAITI'A TELEPHONE telegrap
-'ad' radio-cqmmunication system
'w\i .be completely rebuilt by, th
;'.S neferal Electric Co of Covel
: a..' W."now uider contract with th
.SVaitian Government. Work ha
:'Atartea in Port au Prince where
'bihe"'main Telephone central wi
ibe remodeled 'with up to dat
,equipment giving it a capacity o
'.-. four thousand lines, making a tc
'tal capacity ((including the min
or stations of Petit Four, Pdtion
Ville, and Carrefour) of 7500 line
Remodeling is also underway ir
Belladere, Aquin and Cap Haitier


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GEORGE BERNARD SHAW, who has born exactly 100 years ago "v
last Thurday, didn't want to live to be' a centenarian. -I dread its, he 7 Wi
said. cAnd as for my wanting to live my life over again No. It The
would be a confession that I have wasted it., Celebration
RAYMOND MORAILLE, 25, ion of Mrs. Etienne Moraille of 16, Rue Scotch
Roche Grelier, Port-au-:Prince, is completing his Air-Force basic mi- S .
litary training at Lackland Air Force Base, the aGateway to the Air
Force duty assignment. The course includes a scientific evaluation of 9
his aptitude mand inclination for following a particular career field.
Lackland, situated near San Antonio, is the site of Air Force basic
military training for men and women and home. of the USAF Officer
Military School, of which the USAF Officer Candidate School, the mi
USAiF Pre-Fight School and Officers Pre-Flight Group are operating
units. -- m MID

NASSER the creole exp-r/s denied this week had been accepted W U K EO m
into the flexible creole language as meaning 'bacoulou or *sharp
guy'. The experts say -le people, have no way of knowing about Nas-
ser of Egypt and his seizure of the Suez Canal. The only Nassers they 4.^ ( ._,y^ A
know are on the cTextilen and hareng -sel' Avenues and the canals 0
of the Artibonite which are now front yard swimming pools for many.
DAVID THE AITIST (Young) and his slim blonde wife Eve return- '
ed to Washington Square in New York accompanied by their cat. They -
leave behind their red jeepster, and the clientel of Chanteclair and i(
Rehdez-Vous and a year ol souvenirs of living on the 5th Avenue Bo-
losse. i
SPOTLIGHT MAGAZINE polished in Kingston, Jamaica, did a Co-
ver Story on President Magloire in its June issue. The article which %k
ran into three and half pages was well illustrated with photos of the
Chief of State.


. ,JUAN UOROS, Traffic and Sales Manager of Avianca (Columbia's
i- National Airline) and his wife were shown the City by the PAA Gos-
i. setts and received messages' of sympathy ..frqhin Travel Agents here
e whom they visited prior to their departure Thursday. Senior Ucros
'e said the explosion that killed 900 people in beautiful Cali was a tragic
d blow for his country. The Ucros are from Bogota.
TODAY IN FRERES is the fete of Patron Saint Claire.
TODAY IN KENSCOFF (Patron Saint Nicolas) there will be a grand
h kermesse. DRIVE CAREFULLY PLEASE.
M AT CAMPERRIN neai Aux Cayes, the" summer season is in full
ie! swing. Among the.Port au Princiens enjoying the cool watering place
a- are Captain and Mrs. Ti Pouce Elle's children ....
2e OTEL CAPRI in Petion-Ville (formerly -Aux Orchldies,) has been
is picked as a proving ground for Ecole Hoteliere students.
re JACMELIAS, once more have displayed- that the neighborly spirit still
11 prevails in their city, at an amical football party with Jfrtde. The
.e visitors who accompanied the foreign, team received a warm welcome
if from the population. The guests of the city included Deputy Manger,
- Mayoress Paret Cave, Prefect Boncy, Dr. and Mrs. Georges Hudicourt,
i- Drs. Roger Hilaire and Roger Bouchette.
1-
e. PRODUCER-AUTHOR PIERRE BLAIN presents his cSoleil Lev&.
n depicting the peasants struggle with Voodoo; Catholicism and Science,
i. with a cast drawn from the SNAD and the NFT.
Of THIEVES used the cloak of night to make a big raid on Oresto Guttie-
rez's tailor-shop" last week. The Police are investigating the robbery.
Dr. and Mrs. POMINIO PETOIA touched in Haiti last Friday from
Venezuela to spend a one-month vacation with their parents Mr. and
Mrs. B. Peto:a. D. Pctia, a pediatrician of the Medical Faculty of
Rome will proceed to ltaly after his vacation in Haiti.
HAITIAN ARMY sub-lieutenants Yvon Volel and Andre Kernizan
returned from specialised radar studies in the U.S. last Wednesday.
THE USUAL PONTIFICAL MASS will mark this year's August 15th
celebration of the Feast of Our Lady of the Assomption, patroness of
of Port-au-Prince's Cathedral.
PERUVIAN AMBASSADOR and Mrs. Perez Saez- arrived here last
Tuesday from Lima.
SUB. LIEUTENANT ROBERT PLUMMER of the 'Sully Pierrea (,56)
promotion flew to Miami last Tuesday.
HOTEL BEAU SITE proprietor Franck Cardozo has resigned as trea-
surer for Haiti's Hotel Association. The resignation was accepted at
San association meeting last Tuesday.

Mr: Malcolm JENSEN International Cooperation Administration's ex
pert and technical adviser attached to the hydraulic section of the
Public Works Department flew to the States last week for his annual
vacation.
GOLO is onp of the few people happy that YMA Sumac didn't sing
here. It would have interfered with her scheduled singing of Carmen
PERUVIAN AMBASSADOR and Mrs. Perez Saez arrived here with
PEPI LATAILLADE gave birth to ten lovely babies in Fermnathes I
last week. Papa of the young Boxers is *inconnu. Prospective Buyers
mast contact. Prefect Marc Nahoum.
RENE AUDAIN who recently sold out Manbgre sugar lantation at
Cabaret has built an attractive Red Ranch style house on thy Delina
Road.

TI WALLY TURNBULL has left the mountains and his little chabi-
tants' friends regretfully to practice English in the States.
DEMOCRATIC LEAGUE of the Youth of the North's Toussaint Ger-
main is preparing to receive Port au Prince's famous well-trained Si-
midor Choir at the Cap where they will give several concerts.
EQUADOR JOURNALIST Manuel Guzman will soon arrive in Port
au Prince to prepare a special issue for his Caracas monthly magazine
-El Libertador' on Haiti and the achievements of President Magloire's
government.


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new" mechanic of ihese Girard-Perrega-\ Groma,::;:.
storing akayn more than 40 hours running tmne. These
extremely precise mechanisms are pro:cc:ed b6 the r.:
elegant of waterproof cases that Switzerland can prodbcv.
R l. ". A' hcidsocii me ,,-i's watch, available in s'r'e
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Pr'-nounce 'C'rsrd-Pcrgo"
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SUNDAY, AUGUSF 12th 1956

~ HAITI SUN
THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
S Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning ,
Editor-Publisher BERNARD DIEDERXJCH
Girant-Responsable PAUL E. NAJAC


Moral Values Should Parallel
Intellectual Achievements

All the Institutions of higher learning of this country should
be concerned principally with the sound formation of the
Haitian scholar the Haitian of the '20th century who is a
product of history, and who bears upon his shoulders, the
heavy responsibility not only of the community but of an ent-
ire epoch, declared Dr. Price Mars, Rector of the University
of Haiti.
Hle was addressing the staff members and students of the
Faculties of Medicine, Science, Law, Ethnology, Arts, School
of Agriculture, Music Conservatory and the Roman Catholic
Major Seminary, on the occasion of the Graduation Ceremony
of flhe University of Haiti, last-Monilay. .
A building to house our services -temporary or perman-
ent- no matter how beautiful it may be, is only and can only
be an envelope, the outer form of its .c6ntelits,s Dr. Price
Mars said, gbut what is the quintessence of such contents? -
It is tha culture that we provide for the youth who'enter our
portals with confidence, and for whom we are responsible by
,Sate, cpm mission:# ',. ..."." ;.* ...".' ."
'e .Rector pointed ot. that of the two definntibns of cua*
ure (1) advanced i"4ellectual training, (2) the expression of a
collective efagon d'etre* which incorporates knowledge, cust-
oms and beliefs, the latter definition fits what he refers to
as cHaitian Culture*, which is fhe function of the various
faculties of the University, for an increasing number of stud-
ents. asked. 4i dare not say.


He stressed the danger 6f over-specialization on the part of
certain categories of teachers they often forget the prac- E
tical relation between their subject and civic objectives. Teach-
ers, first of all, should exemplify professional probity which a
is as important as the technical information they impart, the S
speaker warned. In support &Has it not been said that Kant t
was so punctual in delivering his lectures at the Koenisberg b
that the day that he arrived a few minutes late, it was surmis-
ed that some serious world -event must have taken'place. In-
deed it had the'"French Revolution had just broken out r
blazing the trail to a new world.. ,
.-The great- German philosopher conformed to his own r
well-known motto: Act in such a manner that, the maxim of
your .action may be erected by your will power into a univer-
sal law;' : '

Appealing to his fellow professors, the learned Rector and
famous historian, ethnologist and educator, pointed out the
gravity of non-moral instruction. He said that if a teacher
were a liar, amoral and corrupted person, his teaching would
be purely negative. It would produce that type of warped in-
tellectual, fond of paradoxes and craving after nihilism -
equally dangerous in private, and public affairs. would not have formed the genuine, moral values which are
the honbr and glory of any community. Dr. Mars contented
Dr. Price Mars exhorted the graduating students totbe de-
voted and patriotic citizens, warning them that they should
be ever on the guard against demagogues who might seek to
deviate them from the straight paith of professional duty.
He counselled the graduating class, < with gradual, patient and personal integration and assimilation
nf ideas based on experience. In the final, analysis it is per-
ceived that the more one knows the'more one sees revealed
before him the intangible mirage of the vast unknown and
perhaps the unknowable. For this reason we should be caut-
ious and humble.>>
In conclusion, Dr. Mars reminded the graduates that they
were now vell prepared to enter the vast and confusing arena
of life, and ready to answer the call of the country which
sooner or later, will entrust them with the reins of command.
oRemember,> be urged, that there is only one maxim of the
honest man Icbien fair tout ce que 1'on fait.

S(Ed. Note The above is a summary of the speech de-
livered by University' Rector, Dr. Prihe Mars, at the Gradu-
ation Ceremony of the Class of 1956 on July 30th. at the Fa-
culty of Medicine of Port au Prince, under the distinguished
patronage of His Excellency, General Paul E. Magloire, Pre-
sident of the Republic and Mr. Franck Divieux, Minister of
National Education).


HAIT SUN


ET 5


Dear Sir:


Es that threaten to interfere
with the delicate telephone wire.
Let us nat unnecessarily blame
the Electric Company, they have
received enough blaming as it is.
(S): Put Blame Where It Belong.


D. 01.-


1 jUul OIL,
As a visitor to Haiti, I have
been wondering if it would not This Sunday is the cfete of
he more helpful to alt concerned St. Clara, the Patroness of Fre-
Haitian intellectuals to leave per- res. The 5 kilometers which se-
sonalities out of their polemics, parate this- hamlet to Petion-Vil.
I have been following with inte- le' is ftll1 of ruts, and holes. &s
rest the discussions on Creole. I several thousand people will go
think it a very worthwhile sub- to the traditional fair and the re-
ject to discuss, but when people ilgious ceremonies, every one is
waste paragraphs a t t a c k i n g expecting the Department-of Pu-
others who hold opposing views, blic Works to make haste to im-
then it ceases to be interesting. prove this road. I hope they do.
May be I am mistaken, but I
have always thought that pole- (S) : Pilgrim.
mics were of necessity objective.
Sentimental outbursts and per-
sonal animosity'reveal a certain
fundamental immaturity and cen- The Editor
fantillagen. People can discuss tHaiti Sun.
this matter of great national, im- Sir,
port without being divided into I have been scandalised at a
veritablee wtr camijis. "-. certain n e w s item which has
I e-admit that discussions about heoon' aivn full mnrnnmihno in


tlie fate of a Ianguage spoken by most ni
eVerkyoqdy in a country must be this pas
of a serious nature, but I insist sue of u
that they have not got to be sen- issue of
timental. The more objectivity, tuSes o.
.the better. i in diffe:


(s) Intere-ted.


Dear .Haiti Suhv,
I wish to bring to your attention
in error in your editorial on the
laughter of .,the eflamboyants.,
rees on the road to Petion-Ville
)y the Electric Company.
The out *4 season pruning was
not done by the Electric Compa-
ny but by the Telegraphes Ter-
restres who. cut down the branqh-


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to 'HIalt
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research, metallurgy, manufacturing
niques and performance.


published in Creole and there-
fore the students will be obliged
to study either in French or In
the instructors language English
(American ?).

At any rate the outmoded Lau-
bach method being used by Mile
-Chariot in the picture published
by cLe National* will not help
Sgt. Launders very much. The
American Embassy has made
another of its patronizing gestu-
res, but ewe are not amused* .
The people involved are admit-
ediL very photogenic but Sgt.
should learn French if doesn't
already know it.
(S) Disgusted.


newspapers of the Capital
st week. The Thursday is.-
,Le Nationai in tlfieoFriday
r &Le Matin, 'all carry pie-
Sa certain Mlle. Charity
rent poses astr ugti g one .
t Launders in the rudl-
If Creole. Sergeant .Laupd
Reported, will be coming
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laiti's Air Force.'
apart from the bWc4 propa.
nvoilved.'ii this mQ0.,thek,.
o the' Haitian Pe.idii
a mile off. RPeopl& W.
dying avlatoiii seC.-
ng have reach' a
eiet grai6ddr
leaehiing ainy." A'pi Ti~~
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Haitima Girl Teaches Creole To


US.A.F. Sergeant


In Washington


In one of the less conspicuous made many friends there. She
rooms of the Foreign Service went to the United States a
Institute in Washington, D.C., a year-aid-a-half ago and has been
pretty twenty-year-old Haitian attending the Americanization
miss is teaching creole to U.S School to learn to speak English.
Air Force Sergeant Edwin B. On Sundays. however, she joins
Saunders. a group who speaks French at
St. John's Church (L'Eglise
She is Myrtha Chariot, for- Francaise de Washington).
merely of Port-au-Prince, now
-employed by the U.S. Depart- From time to time Myrtha
ment of State to teach Sergeant has performed the dances of
Savnders the creole of Haiti. her native land at various' Pan
Satmders will come to Haiti next American Union festivals. She
January to instruct its Air Force loves to dance and teaches the
in mechanics. He is the first merengue to North Americans.
U.S. military man to study cre- Her uncle, Lys D'Artiguenave, is
ole, and he will spend a three- a translator at the Pan American
: year tour of military duty in Union. For these occasions Myr-
Haiti. tha made all her costumes, au-
thentic Haitian reproductions.
The course being taught., by She also sews her own clothes.
Miss Chariot was designed eg- Back in Haiti Myrtha attended
pecially for the State Depart- the Lycde de Jeunes FUles, Port-
ment by Dr. Marvin Weinberger, au-Prince. Since coming to the
scientific linguist asd Instructor United States she has been liv-
-of French at Cornell University. ing with her- aunt and uncle who
.1. have no children of their own.
i Miss Chariot enjoys herwork *Some day, however, I hope to
*.at-the Institute, and has already return to Haiti,z she said.




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ELECTRIC COMPANY EMPLOYEES
FETE NEW DIRECTOR SHREWBURY


HAITI SUN ___________


MADAME VALEAvTI TO REOPEN
FOR MER SILENT MOVIE THEATER


Mrs. Leone Valenti left this
week for a month's vacation in
Mexico. Before her departure
she revealed that upon her re-
turn to Haiti she will open her
new theater, located under the
Tribune on the Champs-de-Mars.
The City Administration of Port-
au-Prince-has leased the former
cHaitianos of silent movie re-
nown to Mrs. Valenti and, besi-
des her own shows, there will be
an opportunity for playwrights,
poets, actors and artists to -use
the 9-meter-deep stage of the
theater .

However, Mrs. Valenti stated
that her principal reason for mak-
ing the acquisition of the premi-
ses was so that the kiddies might
have healthy Sunday amusement,
and there will be special Sunday
shows for boys and girls featur-
ing plays, ?Guignol,. games and
contest.*


This new initiative on the part
of the French ballet teacher, and
child training expert, promises
to be a boon to parents at loose
ends for something for children
to do on Sundays.
MOORE BACK
Mr Ernest Moore returned
her? from Washington on an of-
ficial mission for the Haitian Go-
vernment. The U. N. expert is
working on the re-organisation of
Haitian Finances. He was in Wash
ington. in connection with this
scheme which is almost comple-
ted.
FOR SALE
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P. Evinrube Motor, hanger, Cush
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Miss Doris Burke Of

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Thriving

In Retirement


Miss Doris Burke, fourNder of
*Sunshine Home, is thriving on
the double satisfaction she has
received since her charges were
integrated into the Madame Ma-
gloire Foundation several months
ago. Miss Burke was given a pen
sion of $50.00 monthly andr retired
after more than thirty years of
service, and she is happy over
the fact that the large group of
children she shepherded are re
ceiving every attention and care
in their new home in Cite Magloi
re No. 2 Miss Burke leaves next
week for a month's vacation
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0J Uj-AY, AUGUST 12th 1956 HAITI SUN'-_


WICKED PLOT AGAINST JANE BARBANCOURT -----


S..~.. !_ -::A A A .-.. '


NOTICE

The anonymous article publish-
ed in the July 23rd issue of the
daily qLe NationalD is too grave-
ly discriminatory to Rhum Jane
Barbancourt to be permitted to
go unchallenged. Under the title
'In Our Souvenir Shops,:, the ar-
ticles was as follows:
xCharges have been made, we
have heard, aga!.lst two souvenir
shops in towvn which shipped
Rhum lane Barbancourt to fo-
.reign customers instead of the
delicious R h 'i m Barbancourt
This is a dangerous practice
which can only harm the good
reputation of the c"o u n t r y a-
broad, inasmuch as the Barban-
court is greatly appreciated by
tourists., .
The article which the writer
does not sign in order to escape
punishment by the law, is a con-
tinuation of the defamation cam-
paign which made its first appea
ranee in a previous anonymous
article published by the same
newspaper, qLe National* in its
issue of August 17th of last year,
and which we are .reproducing
for the edification of the public,
as follows:

dRHtJM BARBANCOURT AND
RHUM JANE BARBANCOUWT.i

For seVeral weeks, a brand of
Rhum which had been subjected
to prolonged eclipse, reappeared
on the market It is the Rlnium
Jane Barbancourt which must not
be confused with the Rhum Bar-
bancourt. Of course, -few Hai-
tians can be fooled, but can the
sam& 'thing be said for foreig-
ners?. At any rate, a distinction
should be necessary.*
A'most energetic reply'was gi-
ven this firm from wbhih the a-
bove article originated and was
published in the sam 'columns
of ,Le Nationali under the title:
'The Truth About lmnnn Jane
Barbancourt.D And as the last
word "was said with regard to the
authenticity of Rhum Jqne -Bar-
bancourt. which alone can claim
the true. formula ot l'Abbe
Barbanicourt, it is just since-
th i s establishment pf the
true situation, that a series of
tricks, the one more treacherous
than the other have been put
into practice -and which is expand-
ing'into a crime.


It will be remembered that on I the country is harmed by this de-
the very night of the publication famrnation campaign.
of the article in question, a fire Where is the-traveller who will
broke out in the residence of Ja- not feel ill-at-ease in a country
ne Barbancourt. But the -adver- where they oppose him the pro-
saries thwarted by this answer, ducts of the country itself? This
have reinforced their manoeu- creates a state of mind where
vers by sabotaging the commer- the foreigner wonders if there
cial relations of Jane Barban- is no national pride, being una-
court, by stealing letters from ble to conceive of Haitian pro-
her Post Ofice Box, and by send- ducts bei'g discredited in Haiti
ing her anonymous letters threa- itself
tending the lives of herself and The question then takes on a
her husba,-d, Mr. Rudolf Linge, political character which neces-
ordering them toleave Laboule,' states the intervention of the
and even the country. Suspicious authorities. For, if the Govern-
individuals are spying on the Ja- ment has made enormous sacri-
i Barbancourt clientele in order fices to develop the tourist indus
*o get a line on the activities of try so that its income will increa
her commercial firm; certain in- se, and new industries be favo-
dividuals are paid by the large rized, then no one has the right,
hotels to approach tourists and no matter what his nationality
systematically discredit ti' Ja- might be-whether he is Hai-
ne Barbancourt piodbots. The tian or foreign, to neutralize the
trickery of this competitor goes results of so much effort just to
so far as to bribe the foreign a- create the monopoly for himself
gents aboard the tourist boats by using unjust methods .and de
so that these interested stipen- famration. Tt j, up to the Govern-
diaries discredit the Jane Bar- ment, therefore, to use adequate
bancourt firm in favor of another repression measures on every-
product, thing which might handicap the
The anonymity which is the development of the touristic mo-
weapon used by cowards cannot vement which is, for any coun-
triumph in Haiti. On the contra- try, a source of income not to be
ry, all of these disloyal measures underestimated.
of competition prove that the ex- The Jane Barbancourt fi r m
cellence of our eFruit Brandyp will always triumph over all-cri.
and of our Rhum Special, is minal -machinations because it
*causinrg our competitors to lose can claim better than any other
sleep. Arid our firm, will cofti- firrh, a three:generation-old tra.
nue to keep faith with the fami- edition andi this rhum special is
ly tradition of ever striving to prepared according "tb the true
please its clientele with its exclu formula of- Abbe Barbancourt,
sive Rhum Special and Fruit carefully guarded, in', the family,
Brandy, without resorting to de- and which formula nio one has
famation, sabotage of correspop- ever dared to contest. It will
dance, setting fires, or anony- t-r.iu.m p h chiefly because the
mous letters carrying the 'death cFrnit Brandy a creation of its
threat. firm, and a speciality of Haiti
If this defamation campaign needs. no publicity. Besides, is it
was directed against the Jane not foolish to believe that- there
Barbancourt distillery only, we can. be only. one Rhum that is
would pay no attention to it, for good, just as it is 'hors nature.
the .t.ou r'i.s t who does not yet to believe that there is only. one
know our product is welcome' to dreol'e which is bellUe.
our tastingg room.) where he can (s) Jane Barbancourt Linge.
personally sip our rhum without '(Paid Insertion)
any publicity and determine its
Quality prior -to purchasing -
it .
FOR SALE
But such a campaign has an
anti-national character. It not .. New fibreglass Motorboat corn
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OSEPH NAI)AL iand Cto. Distributors


*-ANP WHAT'S WORSE-HE'S SUDPPN
': I DEATH ON ANY NURSE WHO SHOWS UP
S'INP1ISPOSEP'- WHAT-CAN W, DO
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I COULD, STEVE... BE ABLE TO
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THE ALLE-Y... WITHOUT BEIN,
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FEAIE OF THI-.S .TS AFTER. TOE lHOpe
FOR CHALLENlINfi WELL HAVE ,TO
SHOW IDENTIFICATION BADCES-4ANp
THUM'BS MUST HAVE= LOST HES.,I
BROUGHT HELEN TIEMAN ALON0
JUST IN CASE THIS HAPPEGDN-.
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CAN YOU HANDLE HER FROM THERE2
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SUNDAY, AUGUST 12th 1956


Oliveria Sales Of Hong Kong President Of CJAYCEES)
Warmly Received Here by Jeune Chambre Economique d'Haiti
The c,rinuior Economic Chain- -4Jaycees* in 80 countries around steadfastness
-her of lHaiti- honored Mr. Arnal- the world who was elected to Mr. Germain then recited the
do de Olverfa -Sales of Hong the Presidoncy of the loterna- credo of the organization: eWe
Kong, with a Wtirty-plate dinrfner tional organization; last Novem- believe th:,t the attachment to
at Le .ficar-Iie, on Wednesday ber during the 10th World Con- spiihitual values give a sense to
evening, o.Gi the occasion of his gress in ..dinburgh, Scotland. i v i in g, that fraternity among
visit hlier.- -.r a confab with col- Mr Sales doties include.full time me, has no boundaries, that eco
leagues; of, the JEUNE CHAM- service to Jaycees for 12 months ,omic justice can be realized by
BRE LOI'NOMIIQUE D'HAITI including every race and creed the activity of free men through
(Junior Economic Chamber of on six continents free enterprise, that the action
Haiti) The dinner was organized qSuch an investitute gives suf- of Governments must be based
by Jaycee President Christian ficient cre-lit to the exceptional on the law, not 'solely on the will
Germain and members of the qualities of our colleague A. de of heads of Governments, that the
Managing Committee of the Hai- Olivera Sales,* Mr. Christian Sta- first value on this earth is the
tion organization. ted. eWe would like to seize this human being, that to serve hu-
Amongi !'Ifp guests attending occasion of holding him up as an inanity and one's epatrie> cons-
were Mirniser.of Finance and e x a m p 1 c to the youth of our titutes the most noble work in life.
Mrs Cler,, t Jumelle, Under-Se- country, Darticularly tu the Ju- The guest of honor,-lr. Sa-
cretary o" Commerce and Mrs. niors of Haiti's Junior Chamber les. will travel over 150,00 miles
Alain Tarni-r, Haiti's Tourist Di of Commerce..A We dream of a during his year In office. He laid
rector. Mr. Pierre Chauvet, Chain Haiti where the young Haitian, t h e programming background
ber of Commerce President, Mr. conscious of his responsibility wvich has made Hong Kong one
Dumont Beiar.de, and represen- as a citizen, would break away of the finest Junior Chamber or-
latives of th. Haitian press, from his passive and indifferent ganizations in the world today.
President Germain, in an ap- attitude, so that he might better He was born of Portu-
propriate f.ter dinner speech, study the grave problems of the guese parents in Canton,
spoke of thft- work of the 35-year- country, and work to solve them China, is a graduate of
-old leade.- of a, quarter million with faith,-iove, intelligence and the Semenario in Macao, China,
an accomplished linguist com-
manding E n g l i,s h, Portuguese
Can'toncse, French and Spanish.
He' is married and lives in the
Kowloon section of Hong -Konig.
Mr. Sales ixI replying to the
speech by Mr. Germain, spoke
on the purpose and the 6rganiza-
tion of. this worldwide movement
Healso announced that the Hai-
tian Junior Economic Chamber's
request Yor membership is being.
presently studied and in all pro-
babilities will-be granted.


At ,Le Picardia left to right Christian Germain, Oliveria
Jean Sorel, LUien Mon*s, Minister Clement Jumelle and P.




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situation upon my bands. I have
(two boy friends that call for me
jI i should say call on me, and
4ometimes we go for a ride in
their autos even when it's not
5%ppSsible to find a chaperon to
"iSjoy our company. My. father
&. just, returned from studying
ein .the, States on a bourse> he
hs. learned many things. He has
oiPon seeing my boy frbnds' cars
|t a 'Nash, the other a Peugeot
ao, suddenly refused to let me
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go out with. these boys in their
cars. He says any other car, but
these (a Ford, Chevrolet etc).
What has he learned in the U.S.S
to make him so savage about
these automobiles'? I am mistifi-
ed and my boy friends refused to
trade in their autos because of
my cranky pa.
I (s): Triste.
Dear Triste,
Unless your father knows that
a ouanga* has been put in these
tars, there is only one reason I
can think of. It is possible that
during your father's study time
in the U. S. he was the object of
a practical joker. In both these
cars, after consulting mechanics
on Rue Americaine we fond a
button that when pressed sends
the front seat sliding back and
forms a comfortable bed. This
can be a dangerous .device espe-
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A tourist from Iowa confided to this column, Wednesday,
that one of the most interesting sights he has taken in during
his extensive 24-hour tour of Port-au-Prince was to be found
along the new double-lane boulevard in La Saline.
There he says hef ound he has seen outside of his home State. This rotound-bodied,
short-legged artiodactyl animal of omnivorous habits, with
extra thick skin sprouting fine, short, coarse bristles, has the
longest of mobile snouts, the smallest of tails, and feet with
two functional two non-functional digits. While its matured
relations in other regions of the world have 44 teeth, cLa
Salinien boasts 45. Instead of carrying the head low and
eating, drinking and breathing close to the ground, it proudly
flaunts its ancestry and shows no complex.
What caught the Iowa farmer's, fancy was the manner in
which thcse beasts -sows and boars' ambled across the
highway, unhurried by modern living, unaffected by man and
his contraptions. He even learned that one imprudent motor-
ist who failed to give right-of-way to an ambling sow as big
as a cow, did not live to recount his experiences.
Although the pig in many countries of the world has played
an important part in politics (i.e. The French Senate), in
industry and agriculture, and in domestic life, it has never
made any ambitious attempt to inherit the world outside
of the South Island of New Zealand which is' called Pig Isl-
and.
Haiti's pig population of 50,000, is nothing compared to
China's 84 million, United States' 55 million, and Africa's
small 3 million are still to be reckoned with.
But what is going to happen to the pig of La.Saline? That
proud swine, so enjoyably observed by a tourist, which is so
content to live and let live, is on the verge of being moved
ouf of town.
Gone is one of the greatest piles of decayed Waste that.., for
two centuries, housed the Croix des Bossales, a former slave
market-place, and a piggery's delight. Now a new, clean,' mo-
dern market is rising in its stead. Gone is the muddy. rut-hole
road that provided a slimy retreat from the noonday heat.
Today, the poor pig must traverse a hard pavement boule-
vard toreach the pile of bacteria at the seashore. The asphalts
road is a heat reflector and proves agonizing to the trotters.:
Soon to go will be the seashore piles of rotting cdetkitus.
which have been condemned to make way for the new .Port
au. Prince. Wharf.
The last straw is that now, La Communez is actually on
construction of the new, modern xabaftoin.
How in the world these fine, proud specimens of the bovine
race remain resigned to their fate -fully aware that the old
days of ewaliowing in filth) are over- c'est un mystere.
What is needed is industrial people to provide a home with
all the quiet nostalgic mud conveniences, and provide them
with a poetic knife ending to build up the country's ham in-
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A Haitian Woman Who Has Made He
When the Association of Women University Graduates held
its first annual reception for new graduates, last Saturday
evening, on Cercle Port-au-Princien's large terrace garden,
six outstanding personailites chosen as honorary members by
the club were in attendance. After the opening address deli-
vered by the Association's young President, Mrs. Marie-Lucie
Manigat, the honorary members chose one of their number.
Mrs. Fortuna Guary to respond in behalf of her colleagues Dr.
Price Mars, Dr. Louis Roy, Mrs. Thdrise Hudicourt-Pierre-
Louis, Mr. Pradel Pompilus and Miss Iouise Villard.
Fortuna Augustin Gudry who graduated from ccEcole Nor
male d'Institutrices)) in the days before Haitian women invad-
ed the University and its Faculties is a gifted speaker. She is
recognized for her ease and ability to respond (ca l'impromp-
to."
Recommending the young women to follow in the footsteps
'of their elders who have always been an honor to the country,
Mrs. Guery said: The Haitian woman is a personality to be
reckoned with. Never forget that man has every reason to
utilize the services of our women professionals because of
their intuition, their sagacity and their sense of order and hon-
esty." Mrs. Guery referred to Miss Louise Villard of the For-
eign Office who for fifteen years has held her positions in the
Administrative Division of the Chancellery, and who to day
is being lauded for her competence and devotion. Miss Villard
occupies the highest post held by a woman in the Haitian Gov-
ernment Admniiitration.
Few women have represented was not diamong the delegates
their country in international they returned home, after mis-
conferences ifbroad to better ad- sion accomplished, to bring her
vantage hran the quiet-voiced, mnessages 'of friendship from
unobtrusive-, PortautPrincien those who could not forget the
woman wh( ge 'career in Nation- contributions made by her to the
al education system of Haiti was success of the meetings. Many
crowned wfh'h an official retire- of her suggestions for future
meant, and a'Government decora- activities of the Inter-American
tion in 1950. I Commission of Women have


For nma Augustin Guery, a
special typy of Haitian fehmifism
advocate, co'nlbines the refine-
ment OT the gentle woman of yes
jturday with a vigorous mind
and strong personality that makes
her the target of attention whet-
her she is dealing 'with the pro-
blems of women in a United Na-
tions Assembly, or spealkng be-i
fore a group of local' intellectuals
in her own country.
The value of her' counsel
in international groups
where she has represent-
ed her country' has so impressed
her colleagues in the past that
even when in later years bshe


been adopted and incorporated
in the organization's corriculum.
Because of Mrs. Guery, the wo-
men of Haiti bhave been glorifi-
ed in nilernationral congresses
from Beyrouth in 19490to Lake
Success Tn M fmland in the 'United
Nation in "New.. "YTor in; 1954
and 1955.
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On the home front, the form:
er pupil of Sainte Rose de Lima,
and graduate of the 1917 Class
of has found little time to enjoy
,'retirement from public,: service
,'after 22 years that began in
1928 and 'ended with an Inspect-
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HAITI SUN ____________________________ 1 .4IS
Back From Internationd-" ,. '
1r lark In The Feminist World Back From intemaL y
-_ _Congress of Lawyers V.2
In Paris
I ^ ,. ..' '' 'The Haitian delegation to thS :'
: I' '1 lr '*'. '.' Internatioal Congress of Law.-'
4 IS I Byers held in Paris from July, th
S P \. :. :'...r. .., to 24th, returned to Haiti last.
S,: ~ ': "Sunday morning. More than thit ,
I I 'c o. ty countries participated in thle,`
Convention.
( .,- .,:' ; .....". Attorney Mlie Janvier, Chair-:
m \' man of the Port-au-Prinee Bari ::
\\ k Association, anid Attorney Frede- .
S. ricMagny represented Haiti.TIey:iS7
had received a hedrtj welcomel-
V i on their arrival in France by M.."-
,. Robert Martin, President of the&..
International Union of Lawyers.:i:.
"'-:. -i Prm -' and Chairman of the Paris Bar
'," -Association. They also were guest:
.Ji... ... -of President ,Reje Coty, at the:
S/ .,-_" military parade on July 14th, and,.
". ... .- tr^'s honoring the delegates at a re-..
...,.., ,..A .:,, ..S.' ". ception at the Elysee, July 19thM .:
... Seno ri.ta-..'"'' '' 'G Mist.alof Iy During the opening ceremony,.
""' "^ '- "' "'; -.. .,) i, ..;. ...f",." ..Durin th.pnigc r. of the Congress, among the speat..,,
.________. ____'__,_ .'_"".",. "_ _" '" .' .. 'kers were M r. Jean Thevenot who':.
Shad .._L. i visited Haiti in 1952 and who
Mrs. Fortuna Augustin Gudry (right) caught by artist during friend- openly praised Haitian hospita-:,
ly chat at United Nations in 1954 with Senorita Gabriele Mistral of lity during his speech on the ge,-'.
Chili, first.woman in Western Hemisphere to receive award of Nobel neral formation of lawyers in the'
Prize. world.::
meant of National Education. tography technique studies The Haitian delegates were'-.
Her great understanding and abroad last year to open his stu- chosen as members of the Social:i
love for Ehe rising generation dio on Rue Capois, is a promin- Security Commission during the..'
which she helped to form keeps ent social service enthusiast. She Congress. ,
hier in touch with scholastic has collaborated with such well- .
youth of today, and her modest known quotidiens as sLe Nouvel- / ae
home on Avenue Ducoste is al- liste. ,Haiti-Journal,3 and local Nuns Learn Child Cae
ways open to those who seek her and foreign magazines including A one-month Pubic Hygieneki
counsel and help with their pro- 'Aya Bombe,b and Cahiers course ;for fourty religious. sfs-,
blefis of education. She also has d'Haiti. She is Secretary of the ters (nuns) was opened in *the.,
instituted a private class of in- General Hospital Maternity Corn Medical Faculty's amphwpheasti'
tellectual and social formation mittee, and a member of the As- last Thursday morning. Based.ou'.
that is attracting students of all sociation of Haitian Artists and maternal and'child Hygiene, the
ages. Writers. She is now preparing course will be run by, several'
her second publication cSix doctors, nurses and sanitary ins-.
Mrs. Guery who is the wife of Heroines of the War of the In- pectors under the patronage of.;
veteran photographer Audre Gu6-. dependence. Her first work Director of Public Health Dr.
ry, .and mother of Jean Guery tTemoignages written in prose Bellerive and Dr. Pierre-Noel,
who returned from special pho- -nn-aard in 1950. dean of the Medical Faculty.,..."
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NON-VIOLENT INDIAN CALLS


ON PUSH-BIKE TOUR OF WORLD

S' (Continued from page 1) cled through Tanganyua, Kenya
'.age of peace, truth, non-violence Uganda, the Sudan and Egypt.
:..-td mutual understanding. The A short sea trip brought him to
imes,.-.ge was not at all a new one Lebanon, from there he cycled
but from ages has been preached through Syria, Turkey, Greece,
3,by the great prophets and sons Bulgaria, Yougoslavia, Hungary,
of God, like Krishna, Jesus, Bud- Austria and Czechosvakia to Po-
I.dha, and Foin, this century by Ma land. From Warsaw he cycled
:'.liatma Gandhi and his followers, to Moscow and Leningrad and
: "cI have toured all over India, then to Finland crossing the Bal-
-'East Africa, the Middle East, Eu- tic he rode through Sweden, Den
i"ope and America: and the hos-. mark, East Germany, West Ger-
;.pitaity of the human beings has many, Switzerland, Italy, France
')never failed me in my long but and England. From South Hamp-
:.hopeful, 'difficult but pleasant ton he went by sea to Halifax,
'. mission Nova Scotia. On the mainland he
i 1.' I could speak to the citizens, toured Canada the United Sta-
,'armers, workers,' students and tes.
."..re'at personalities of all the na Mr. Jasvval was formerly an ins-
:' tons. I could convey messages pector of Primary Hindi: Schools
.jaId have enjoyed their blessings of Chasthana and a Social Work-
:"aid' best wishes and a free. ex- er. In the course of his tour he
change of ileas with them. studies social and educational
1.., His journey has indeed' problems prevailing in the coun-
,'been a very rem a r k- try of his visit. He is a very sim-
,able one, not. only a feat ple man and follows Mahatma
'of human endurance but also as Grandhi's way of life.
.a .li ving proof that in these "days On his cycling tour of Port-
,'bf- a divided world an individual au-Prince's shopping district he
Of sincerity can make his Way. saw the eMaison Orientalew and
'.through all physical and politic- Upon crossing its tresholld was
;.al barriers. welcomed by fellow country-man
: His itinerary speaks for. itself. Mr. Dadlani whose hospitality he
It'took him through India, Nepal, enjoyed up till departure time
b by sea through' the Seychelles Tuesday when he cycled off in
I .to Zanzibar. From thence he cy- the direction of Ciudad Trujillo


to traverse the Ile de St. Domin,
gue'. When he was received by
His Excellency President Magloi
re Tuesday, he got as a souvenir
a stamped photograph of Presi-
dent Magloire
The slim Indian who wears sun
glasses and rolls his r's in spea-
king English explains the mean-
ing of non-violence here as war
clouds gather over his own he-
misphere.
NON-VIOLENCE

Non-violence is'a need of man
in all societies in the world. It
Is so beautiful that it exceeds
everything Non-violence gives
birth to delight. It pushes the
man's heart's delight ahead.
Non-violence to a man is as
fragrance to a flower. The fra-
grance does not stay in a flower;
it always passes in the air. The
love of a man is flower and the
petal of the flower is non-vio-
lence. The bud, when opened,
does not qet closed. The non-vio-
'e'nde comes from the heart.
Wffen the ocean of universal
brotherhood comes to mind, the
waves of that ocean are what
we call inon-violencev.
A man who has developed non
violence or established it ho-
nors it.' He has nothing
better thai non-violence. Non-
'violence is a tool which
does not destroy anybody. ,Non-
violence says that heaven is near.
The man with noh-violence cre-
ates heaven oh earth. This hea-


ven has come to earth for the dispels the bad acts of people;
sake of norn-violence. Not killing it does not kill the person, it o-.
is non-viol.nce. In that case, ly frees us of the act. Wisdom's
stone also will be called non-vio- foundation is truth. The tree
ent. of truth fades away at the bottom
Non-violence will not for one by lies. It ceases to bnar fruits
second be without work. It has and flowers. The experienced
two very important missions: it tell us that the foundation of
causes the mind to think about truth'is green: truth has no lies.
non-violencr; it makes the mouth People have climbed Mount
to talk or act with heart. Se- Everest to see what is there.
condly, it forgives weakness in Whatever is or is got there, what
humans and raises them up. is there cannot be found on lev-
People say that man is a: so- el ground. Whoever climbs the
cial animal and that men live mountain sees more. What is
together. This is true; man is, seen is truth. But truth cannot be
however, pot merely an animal, hidden. Men who are hanged or
He is a human being. He can shot may meet death in private
make non-violence. The animal is always but truth in the open:


does not control nature but man
with non-violence can do all he
wants. Truth is man and his
limbs are nam-violence.
Love and non-violence are not
separate; they are one. They are
not born together but they are
created together. The law of
fire is to burn. Everything in
the world has been governed by
law. That is why the rule of
laws is non-violence. If anybody
wishes to know what bravery is,
it is non-violence.
Non-violence is the best religi-
no in the world.


It is said that were tnere is re-
ligion there is victory; if more is
added, it becomes God. Non-viol-
ence is a narrow path that leads
you to the city of love. Non-viol-
ence is understood by the deaf
and dumb. It is an atom bomb that


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40 Teachers attended
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American Institute

, Forty teachers in all, from pu-
blic and private schools all over
Haiti (lycdes, colleges and sa-
minaires), attended the Fourth
Annual Summer Seminar for
Haitian Teachers of English,
held recently at the Haitian-
American Institute. Thirty-six
registered at the beginning of
the first week, among them Mon
sieur Robert Angelvin, of French
nationality, United Nations ex-
pert on the staff of the Ecole
H6telibre. Four nuns registered
for the second week two Hai-
tians, one Canadian, and one from
England.
A large part of the credit for
the success of the Seminar goes
to Mr. Raymond Chambers, Jr,,
Director of Courses, who organ-
izel it on a very practical 'basis..
Milo Brun, Harlie Smith, Jr.,
Max Wilson, and Charles St.
John, Jr., Director, were also
on the stuff. Classes were held
each morfinjg,' and oral laborato-
ry sessions with the tape record-
er were held each afternoon.
There were three evening ses-
sions each week. Mr. .Soin Fla-
nagan, Assistant Cultural Affairs
of the American Embassy, spoke
the first Friday evening on the
International Student Exchange.:
Program.
Mr. Chambers gave the key-
note speech at the cFete de CI-
tures, on Friday evening, Au-
gust third. The following mem-:;
bers of the Ddpartement de 'E-
ducation Nationale honored the.
Institute with their presence on;i
this occasion: Monsieur Geor-"
ges Marc. Directeur G6neral;
Monsieur Marceau Louis, Direc-
teur-Adjoint; Monsieur Cafmile.
Large, Dirc.-teur de 'Education.
Scondaire: Monsieur Ernest.
Barbot, Inspecteur des LangueS
Modernes, -nrid Monsieur Chat-.
les Auguste.'. Insperteur de l'Edut
cation Eldmentaire. Minister off
Educahon Franck Devieux and 4
Ambassadeur Rov Tarco DaviEl
both sent personal letters exprli
sing their --egrets that theywergi
unable to come. Inspector A11.
guste and Inspector Barbot boft
made eloquent speeches in EH'
glish, expressing Haitian gratiS
tude for the Seminar. There W
a pleasant surprise at the elS
of the program: all staff nwe
bers received beautiful g0
from the Education Departmen
The teachers and other -e.
bers of the audience were iMOf.
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HAITI SUNSUD ,AGS1h19


SUNDAY, AUGUST 12th 1956'


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SUNDAY, AUGUST 12th 1956______


TI JOSEPH
(Continued from page 4)
FOUR BUILDINGS of twelve apartments each will be handed over
to the OACO this week as constiUuction works directed by engineer
architect Marcel Pereira grow apace in the workmen city of Port
de Paix.
HAITIAN INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL
CREDIT's Marcel Dupuy and SHADA's Max Vieux return to Haiti
on the 17th inst. after a one month tour of Central America. They have
visited several credit unions and small enterprises (with the accent
Son agriculture) in Jamaica, Mexico, Honduras etc. and have sought
good markets for Haiti's growing banana industry.
END OF THE YEAR -CARNETS, were give by dance instructor
Lavinia Williams for the "faitian Institute of 'Classic and Folkloric
Dances., The Grand Prize went to Jane and Henry Brignac, The two
Brignac youngsters are studying the Ballet, Tap and Ballroom dancing
and Physical Culture. The First Prize for the Ballet went to Regine
Montrosier, Sandra Gaetjens and Rose Joseph.

FOLKLORIC SHOWS MAY BE SEEN several times a week, accord-
ing to the following schedule: MONDAYS at El Rancho, TUESDAYS
at Shango Club, THURSDAYS at four different places Theatre de
Verdure. Hotel El Rancho. Hotel Choucoune. and Shango Club. SUN-


DAYS the troups dance at Theatre de Verdure and Shango Club.

DONALD 5. REES, over from Miami on a PAAotraining course, has
a bargain to put on' the market. Don is willing to sell his entire spear-
fishing equipment, fins and all, gun included for around P30.00.
It appears Don met a baracuda on his second trip down, and has deci-
ded to find a less adventurous spot. He is stopping at the Riviera.
U
JACQUkLINE DE COPPETT, daughter of the late Andr6 de Coppett
who built the Plantation Dauphin, is to marry cbient6t.. The lucky
groom-elect is a Belgian fellow-student in Madrid.

-COLONEL T1MOTHEE PARET, Haiti's Military Attach6 at Wash-
ington returns this week-end to his post, accompanied by his lovely
young daughter who spent the months of June and July here on va-
cation with the family. r

MAGID DAGFAL announces the last showing of the Arabian film'
,&Divine Justice. featuring the beauteous Hoda Sultan, new actress and
singer, in a drama of suspense hatred -.treachery and love. It goes
on the Paramount Screen at 8:30 P.M. tomorrow (Monday).

Treaty Awaits Freedom i
Of Worship Clause AMMENS

The American Senate ForeigunAED |
-~ ~ _"1 W. .-I UDICATEDI


Affairs Committee iS SU stuuy- .-....
ing the Friendship, Commerce and P W E R
Navigation Treaty signed last,
March 3rd, 1955 by .RichardNixon "u m dic fd
and Roy Tasco Davis for the .U.S. v renf fwr miWnor
and Mauelair'Zphirin and Marcel
Fombrun for Haiti. No definite I
measure has been adopted by the WondBwdul for *
American Congress as ,yet owing ab _lfo. A
to the absence of a clause grant- / a
ing freedom of worship to the ci- -g
tizens of both countries. Both par-
ties still await official letters ex-
plaining the absence of this clau- Agency: Otis MeAllis
s. Rue Dantis Destouchb


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HAITI SUN

30 Members Of

NACWC Received

By First Lady

Thirty members of the U. S.
cNational Association of Colored
Women Club) were received in
the President's Labcule reside-
ce by Mrs Magloire last Sunday
morning. They arrived and depar
ted by PAA flight from a conven
tic.i in Miami. They had express
Lcd their desire to see Haiti's
First Lady during 3 day sejourn,
to whom they presented a copy
of the Special Miami Convention
issue of the Association's Review
.-id a Honorary Diploma. Before
leaving on Tuesday, they accep
ted Mrs Magloiia's suggestion
that the next convention should


e nhi 0" i Port-au-T'rince.


Florence Yeoman, from 'Tra-
vel and Fashion magazine is in


((Mademoiselle) Magazine Is Planning To
Tie Haiti Up With Fashion And travel

Haiti will be an ideal back-dr.p are Cuba, Dominican Republic,:
for fashion, Herbert E. Guinan, Porto Rico, Haiti, Jamaica, Barba-
Travel Manager of *Mademoisel- dos, Trinidad and Tobago.
Ies magazine told the 'Sun. in an :
interview at Hotel Choucoune '
Thursday evening. 4
Mr. Guinan explained that his 'Mademoiselle. magazine reach "
magazine's December issue will es 70% of the United States Col-..
will have a section of about 28 pa- lege Women. Most of whom have
ges dedicated to Caribbean island three months or more each year
hopping. Approximately fourteen during which they are free to tra-
to fifteen pages will be devoted to vel. 55% of 'Mademoiselle, read-
fashion spreads both in black and era are unmarried no children
white and color the remainder of to keep them at home. 45% of '.
the space will dwell on travel aug 'Mademoiselle,. readers are mazt1
gestions and advertisements. A ried of these 40. 4% have ma'
tean of photographers and models children, which mean 75% of' i
beaded by (Fashion Editor Edie 'Mademoiselle. readers are ddm.
Raymond) will arrive here later estically free to travel. 51 % of::i
this month to work over Haiti. 'Mademoiselle. readers have care "
Mr. Guinan who was enthusiastic er and vacation with pay.
about the hospitable reception he ..
received here said that the main
islands that will tell the colorful
Caribbean .story to 'Mademoisel- Gisele Danis and aun Reasi ;
le-s special audience in the Craft of Jacmel are U.S. bound ...::
mood and the money for travel, tomorrow. Gisele will' ontIue.':-
her studies in New York.


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6 Richard. Strong) ar-
Wila. Britt is a History Prof. at Jean Soad
^ .W. Horsey. twb Baltimovi ans er's post
^' (friends od. Richard Strong) ar- two wee1
I'{ iried' Thursday for a. week's so- Mr. anm
Sjoiirn of their Caribbean tour. BelgIan
/.JMr. Britt is a History Prof. at dered ad
"the Cherry Hill. High School. Mr Orleans
I...U-rsey.Is Principal of the Dun- here aL
Tbar Evening High School, as,'well Manager
.a teacher at Baltimore' Public tri4g Coi
"chool No., 100. re eting
.: The visitors who are stopping thei1 own
i:',at the Majestic Hotel. in Pdtion- his wife
'Vi'le stated that this visit has and trek
:: -9nly' whetted their appetites for loted abi
:,mere of the Haitian scene, andlos Perel
;.they plan a repeat and longer co an
Morrisso
W oourn.
1 oo .who visil
":. ':x x X
:.'Miss Veta Manderson Jones, The tn
!' young Jamaican student here. to acaud
.practice her French in order to place at
i"'take her B.A. at University Col- ch on V
'..lege of the West Indies, next Yorl Cit
S.June is a house guest at the Ruel A rept
nox Aver
,le Nazon home of Mr. and Mrs. of the hi
SErnst Burkett. The daughter of
:'-'; .Mandersen Jones, b Barrister In donpe Pa
E' Nigeria, Africa, the charming vi- son or'
sttQr, spending six Weeks here, Alphonse
listeningg to the excellent French
of the Haitians, reading French, Joulei
and attending every possible ses. bly happ
..slion of French films, stated that anniversa
9'ahe will take lip teaching .after his. mom
. 'he comnlug graduation. Martinez
,. a x x x arriving

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HAITI SUN SUNDAY, AUGUST 12th 1956


health trip to New York to be on
~ hand for his birthday party when
e, he hosted a party for young
( friendss at the Ave. Christophe fa
'-. ~ mily villa. Mrs Martinez who ad
N4i mits to gaining 10 lbs. while re-
".id cuperating in the big town, ba-
s, ~ ked Jouleau's three-tiered pink
and wnite icing birthday cake to
prove that she is back in eparfai
Xte sante.
Q7.. xxx
Dentist Milton Conrad who spe
cializes in straightening molars,
commcnnted on the fine shap? of
rel is. back at his Speak- teeth here, as he took in the city
with Radio Haiti after from headquarters at Hotel Damn
ks vacation in Jacmel. bala with wife Sybil who is busy
i Mrs. Paul Selley, the satisfying the literary thirst of
couple who are consi- teenagers. She i presently work
opted children of New ing on her third book, The cou
are spending a weekple are from Scarsdale (the *P.'
El Rancho. Mr. Selley, tion'VilIer of) New York.
of the Southand Can- xxx
mpany said they liked Degener who went
thie 'Haitian people on No~uch.e Degener .who went
a territory,and he and home to marry off son Michael
ha, taken in Kenscoff. last montii writes' from New
ked ,to the Citadel. Pi- York that she will be returning
ceutjo the Countrydby. r-_homei at the end of this month.
out the country by Car- Meanwhile, the dashing Notiche
ied to Haiti by Chep is managing- to cover Manhattan,
n, New Orleans Miayor Long Islani and Washington and
ted Haiti last year. IIts flooding 'ne mails with news
marriage of Miss Liliane of goings-oi and social functions
nad Gabriel Cisber took a in the Haitian colony in the U.S.
St Vincent de Paul Chur) This week she announces that
Ves t 23rd Street, New De Wittr Peters (Centre d'Art)
y or. Saturday, July 28th. Gave a luticheon on July 28th in
:ion followed at the Le- his lovely :ew house in Piermont,
inue hqme of the parents New Jersey for the Jules Blan-
id.L, Mr. and Mrs..Dieu- chets (Jules and Lina Mathon),
,cac.d. The groom is the Marjory Byers of LLlfe Magazi-,
Haitian tambour artist, ne* 'and Jimmy Patton, the mura-
aitia liste who visited in Haiti a short
SCimber. while ago, and herself.
x x x e Am off to report the collision
au Martinez was 'dou-. of the two big ships last' night,
py on his 14th birthday she penned from her Madison A-
,ry on August 1st, with venue apartment.
Mrs. Amelia St. Cyr Nouche' also wrote that she
and aunt May St Cyr was dining at Ann Griswold's
the day before from a new sumptuous pent house on


East 89th Street on Saturday and said dhat he was always the
evening. She had a long, charm- hon vivant., full of vim and vi-
ing chat with Chauvet, pereL [our.


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xxx Mr. Glyn Davies who will replay, Dr. Luc Bernard left for the U',
R .-. aoul and Anne Marie Nazon ce Mr. Peter P. ,Caruana as First S. last Sunday. Y' will spend six
are heading for Havana today. Secretary at the Britlsh Embassy year speciallsing in' Urology at
'S" "i Nicole Ambroise of Ruelle Carls arrived to take up his duties on Philadelphia's tbrdy Douglas Hos
S troem who did a year at L'Abeil- August 2nd. pital. .
le flew to Kingston Wednesday The Ambassador of Peru, Senor. Wednesday at the Burt Shrews-
c" morning to study secretarial work. Alberto Perez Siez left last week hurry's house in Pitionville a sur
x x x x x on an official visit to his C-duntry praise party honored Mrs. Gertee
Charming Miss Lise Pierre-Pier- and to pay hoziage...to President- H6raux. It washer birthday.
Ire' flew to the US. via Puerto RI- elect Manuel Prgdo who was index Rony Chenet Jr. tok the direct
^^i~ s^ ''^**^^ 'k^co on a holiday trip last Tuesday.. ted into office tw6 weeks ago. flight to New York Thursday to
Miss. Yplandd Jolicpur peppered jbin wife Nanoy and son Ronald
-,_^. y^ .* SBeautiful Miss Jacqueline Wfl- Stateside last. week'to enter Stat- vacatioi.ng there. N a
,,, .^ liams observed.her birthday. anii- en' Island Hosbital .to continue hier, Mr. 'and Mrs. Marcel Gentil are
--S. ,'yersary on Sunday 5th. 7 edichl-,triining. -. expected home this weekend .fnm
S*'xx "x '.CQ-Manager bf Hotels 'Chioucou- three* months of touring Europe,
Blonde Agnes Sweeney saw the x xx .Mary Ani Motgeau, and Mary T.e ana Montana,.- Gfeoe 'Kenn; froi .Denmark to Italy.
Capital by night in the company Danielle Lemoine clippered to Helef o *it ave a party for, fel- leaves- .e.h.Ih mto"visit'*ravel4. Dr.tlchol,..Y,'s specialist is
low teenagers at Petionville Club Agents 4 Ulited- States. Re- back m Hait after tour bfuty
c'-Velna Prouty and Joe Gros_, New York Friday. oE
.r. Monday. Agnes is en rout xx x last Tuesday. nan .Chandler, fomer Haitian Vi- in .sot East Asia.D. Nil
.-om the U. S. Embassy in San Carmen Bouillo flew PAA to x x: ce-Consul ,in. Mia''mi anfdN ew York, who arrive. : here, st
i-ago deChili to her new post into to New York Friday. Evelyne Salzmann gave a are- i. replacing Mr. Kenn during 'his brought with 'him the sad ntwt of
Toiago via Dee Cee .x r we 'party at home in Place Byer, absence the death of his wife in 'Eegaa;d.
Tokio via Dee Cee. x x X .. ..._d ..
xx.x Giqa CarriN6 went to the States 'Saturday night.. -. xx Jacky Desdhmps J' -0 otrved
Alfred EUe Joseph s back from Friday. xxx Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Blau re- his fete Friday. :
a- six-wee tour abroad that took x x The entire, parish congregation turn to the Empire City tomorrow, Capfain Doddou Deiis -celebra-".,
af six-wee tour abroad theut took -ur -i Paam .ie xf xe huousft.tdy
Li.m to Crciada, the United 'States Jean Mallebranche went to Mia- of Eglise du Sacr Cceur at Tur. via Panama Lne after a Choucou- te his fete today. .
and Cuba. mi yesterday. geau turned out on' Monday morn- ne vacation. Mr-.Blau. dclar**. M- d Mrs., Henri Descih '
xatxtx'e., .' xxb.x .. ing for the .solemn requiem mass that she doesn't relish the pios-' Are speningAtke'weel ed'dinP.ia .'..
Pat Koslow of the.Caribbean heldto observe the passing of the pect of braving to'return to wear- Thep6blisber and hls.:.ten ''
forwarding of New- Yo eaves .Elvea A_ ~~~ celebrated her mother of the Cure, the Reverend, ing of shoe-: South qsntral A ia- .
Wednesday after ra t.v:'-t me hl ila 'Father Nantin. MrsY Nantinwdied, Norman'Klelinow is spending -.4Vlifrd.-e1i b e
months here. Plter4i& iin on,, Morne, Calvaire, in France, on July 28th. from Wednesday. to Sunday with e het.-4te1$X sc*thifrady
to Haiti so ofteathave a we usba. Ni and x the. family at Hotel houcoune. .eking. '" .
{oHatisoofeathif 'lait ve&.: Ruibiau.d, Nadim and 4" 1 ,n.. '
started .calling her' a opimuter their three beautiful" children Ambassador Louis Decatr'el .of Norman commutes between his ,'... ,
Pat.' threw the'partv.- the' Haitian Embassy in Panama .Longaere. Presses in New Yo, 4 inher Ste.itWlf.is.'ba-from
xx, th" Cp a.XlX has been designated by the Gov- and his Xmily of Anthropologists At "tt .'' .
Marc Nahoum, the.,Capital' ." *-. .. ernment tp represent HF-iti.atthe summering at Choucoune. .. :, ,- J'--s--,-,. Ti-.--M-,-.
v,eUlJ.dressed and. p ipuafi.,.reet' It hhas been alleged that%'a Ma Congress of .Municipalities to. be W nesday,. son Kennie, obser.- Coi9,s dat.er Is
chalked up another 'prntemps deleine Orphanage whichstarted ld i Panamafrom August l'2th; ed h 7th birthday with a mein- .maen
c h a l k e d u p a n o1 t h e ir l. 's r t e m p s g uei n pr prn ay w h i c ho l W Y o k ] g .r .
nn August 8th. 'to ,wo'4:, in th e eot& Presi- tn'August 23rd .,- .-, gue pary by' the pool. .N.w ork tec
*.x' x .denti4.' | r'Salomo, will'Ae Miss Simone. Pasquier and. Par- Mrs. Henri Fouchard. celebrate. *Mt. L'xckner 'Mralhau. tII&1 ,
Captain Max J. Bazelais, Ward- closed" n'i.e'to Aihancial. diffi-: ne.lMarc, famous mathemaliician ed her.birthday anniversary with teachi at :9tn, .w e-.W) t'd .C
en ofthe prison Pnitecier culties..cofre itsWednes- were wed last evening at Eglise a ,fte intime, t Laboule on Aug- 1ew t the 5t1.;.n sao.l.p...
,en of 'the prison -1`6Pniteb~ie Autis.A,coff f il ts Wednes-Ih .
't .dl,T I' .. -_ .u U
National, observed hfis birthday Iday -s& .denied' this, news -and St Pierre, of' Ptloni 1le. The.bri- ust 9th. He will Snrt hisstudies in .
b ws 1 '7 Z' ".'.",' '"' ."'."f
Jde is the daughter of Mr.-I nd. Mrs. ... -, _,. _- Shake preat.",....g .....,,,..
'anniversary, August 3rd, two days stated however ,that 't4was mierly de is the daughter of Mr.:nd Mrs. *S p '
after ia Fete de rArm~e. a question-of' entrusting-the mana- 'Ifermann Pasquier. ... ; Attorney Victor Duncan, one of -"daitaini-race. 'beaoir 'ewt.:
xxx gement of. the orphahnage to sisters Canadian Charg4 rd'Affaires E- Haiti's most prominent men of o.. th6 U.S. .n 'We4neday or.
ir elea, returned from law, over the past 30yas -a' lmaltf t~einws'tr''pr4.At
Bill Marker was introduced to ot another religious-.'6rder, douard Belle mare returned from law, over the past 30 years, hashealt eS' '"*t :
this City by Henry (One Hot Bis : is annual vacation in the Domi- taken advantage of the closing of As, we goto .pres, the-We-
tisCt'bHer(OeHtBk x.''3nonlatFrdy. tecurt fo h sumr ando ..,is., .~~nid M.nes ,.-.. t j
tuit) Bermingham, last week Bill ni ast y the courts foF the. summer, and o s, oque M os.d
a Fort Lauderdale Chemist, enjoy- The Haiti'* Federationof Foo.t 'Colonel Lepn. Caitave, oi the listened to the urging of the' fa, gineer '.nntel Maglole waib i,
-e the reaction of Rum mixed ball has ace fl'te'invitatioi of Haitian Militar y" Delegaiio1ii who mily, to take a vwell-eairned vaca& sole d. at the Sait Pieti
h u m& ,i e I I C
i.the rsoda 6:4i b "Centira'..ec and Carib- visited the Aneridah,.,Mlltdry. has- tion. Maitre Duncai "jbw'w to Eu.- s:.itir ,,.i.ti U 'P" o R"lle' Covyi'."
"d&I lii' iol
h.. s xo-xda b ..- .. b's..c..... 'con the in"vtatjd' .'' ope last Thursday op gn extenU d .e.Idn to.P W
: The ...r.vishii"g e v York U eah i t :"at e 8.the .t C8 ihm State' .Depari4eft, ntunn' pleasure tri g and.l., M 1*ikodr'aediz'
''iThe ifrvMshsg kew York ,cWo. Fruday. ,,e ,l 4.'a .* -'' .....
t, -'L = : :... I. e 4 1 ;,: = .. ,. :" ;
Mis nna *,.,. e&J 'dze. -v l'eA l'.,Was ,Ito
r ~~k tp' =f -..t .b.e.. .
Mss Y Marnakis .a-m .p' he. ,eeza.an. to -7 ...... .-, ,m .


livede d in Port au Prince Auus 6,.
'She expects to visit 'all the beau-
tiful sites described to her by her
'co-worker famous Miss Napcy
Starr.
i a xxx
Last Saturday, Norwegian engi-
neer Kim Landelien arrived in
Haiti with his beautiful Canadian
,Wife Norma. A painter, she is also
'interested in dancing and has been
very impressed by the Sunday folk
Sbrre shows at the Theatre de Ver-
:.dwre She hopes io acquaint her-
f.eli with local dances during her
tdhe-week stay.
S x x x
Max -' R6uzier is returning to
school ihilew' York after vacati-
.oninh here in. Petionville with his
tncle Milo P',zzeau.
Sxx x
..Denise Rouzier is going back to
Long Island after revisiting the
homeland. Denise who for many
years was with the Haitian Ameri-
can Institute left Friday.
*. XXX
Mrs. Bob Carlstroem (Clara) is
in New York with daughter Sonia.
Papa is home looking after their
model garden on Gros Morre.


held lintN.Y,-i8f5'7, at'Willemstad, iiied by his iwi'""
h.Curalao, .-.,. 't.: :. : eAmbassador Aurelio Guardia bf
.Cura~a ... i.?:.' '- ;' P returnedr to 'Port last Fri-,f
The ConfederAtion includes all Panama returned to Port .as.Fri
t fedelations o'f this ione and day.
mainly: Costi Rica, Criiacao,"Hon- Mr.' Wallace. W'. Atwooa,,U: S,
duras, Guatemala, El Salvador, A- delegate to the Ninth General As-
ruba, Panama, Cuba, etc... ,, sembly, of.-the International Geo-
xxx graphic Unibn..arrived here fait
Talented New York painted Gilda Friday. He was met at the airport
Dlenkov arrived in.Haiti over two by Ambassador Roy Taseo 'Davir,
weeks ago with, her husband to [and ICA Director, Mr. Jbhnr..Hoo#-
spend a month's vacation in Haiti er. ,
on' the recommendation of fellow Colonel and Mrs. Durc6 Armand
artist Vera Cerutti. The charming Haitian Minister to Guatemala left
couple' -hWve, oilready visited Jac- (or his post, after'spending sever-
'mel and intend tW take in the Cap al weeks -vacation with the family
and the' Citadelle. Gilda's brush here. ,
has pot been at 'rest. Lycde Antenor Firmin Director,
S x'x,.....' Profebsor Clovis. Bonhojmme,. left,
Charming Mis- Judy Freucher last Friday for the weeks in .th'e
is paying her second visit to Haiti. U.S. where he was invited by the
The Danish belle has taken time Department of State to visit the
off -from her New 'York Rockefel- American 'Sport Associati6ns;
Icr secretarial post to spend two Hailtian Consul to Camaguey,
weeks here. Cuba, M. M1arc Verne. r6Wrrned
xx'x to his post on August 14th. ,


Andre El Saieh, of' the Textile
Avenue was Salvador bound yest-
erday.
-X X'X
Fred and Marie-Th&r&se Tovar
Rre off to New York today. Fred
has an up-and-coming sisal factory
in'Miragoane.


* XXX
S Victor Boucard, Essential Oil is
due to fly to the SlpLes today.
xxx
\X XXX
Mrs. Max Mangones and. son E-
douard are off to New York today
to join Engineer Pa who is going
to work on a project in. Brazil.


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Mr Jean Pinchinat returned to
Haiti last Friday from "; Paris
where he had spent five years on
Frcnch-Haitian artist. scholarship
After the recent successful] exhi-
bition of some of his canvasses,
lie plans to put on another 'one
so(-T. -
Dr. Lionel Theard and Mis
Aime Marie'.Crian will be joined
in holy matrim',-iy on September
1st in St Joseph' Church.
It is reported that 'engineers
Bonffhomxne' arid Louis Pelissier
will soon go to France or techni-


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aTo bed, to bed,, ,saidtSleep' Head a
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Put on the pot, said .... '
We'll sup. before we go. .
We're willing to wager thc't Slepy. Head / '
Sand Sow-"agreed withinm. Most people do like to eat.
something before they go to bed, especially if theho is late.` T .
We don't know what was.in their pot -- every 'one ha) his ow, ...
about bed time snacks. May be.Vour's is'onion soup, or scramb lfr s "
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SUNDAY, AUGUST 12th 1956


President's Children

Vacationing...

(Continued from page 1)

do to follow special English cour
sesI On the second day after
his arrival, accompanied by Am-
bassador Dejean, he escorted
his aunts and young sisters on
a sight-seeing tour'of the Bri-
tannic Capital, closing the day
with a motor trip to Oxford
University. Raymond will live
with an old English family on.the
Campus of the famous University
during his sojourn.


Mr. Freeman, New Liberian Vice-Consul
Made Courtesy Visit To The Sun


The new Liberian Embas:s'
Secretary and Vice-Consul, Mr.
B. G. Freeman, III arrived on
August 1st from Monrovia to re-
place Mr. W. Fernandez. recent-
ly transferred to Paris. He was
accompanied by his wife.
During a courtesy visit to the
offices of the "Sun- on Tuesday
morning, accompanied by Libe-
rian Ambassador David Wilmot,
the young Embassy official ex-
pressed his pleasure at having
the Repulilic of- Haiti assigned
him in his first diplomatic post.
He stated that during the inau-


guration ceremonies for Pres-
dent Tubman last January it was
he who was dttache to the
Haitfin delegation presided by
Foreign MWnister Joseph D. Char
les. At that time he had no idea.
that'he would shortly travel to
the. country the people and his-
tory of. which have always been
for him a great inspiration.

Mr. and Mrs. Freeman are oc-
cupying the house formerly ser-
ving as residence for the Fer-
nandez, on Avenue des Margue-


A cocktail party, at the Haitian
Embassy afforded the occasion WHAT ISLANDS ON A CARIBBEAN
for the Presidential family to
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colony residing in England, on BARBADOS -British goods china, woolens rum.
the same evening. BONAIRE Free Dutch port.
* '" apFr CURACAO Free Dutch port.
Accompanied by the Ambauia-. GRENADA StraW goods.and AdutmegD dolls.
dor's wife, and their aunts, tlsie GUADELOUPE French wines and perfumes.
and Myrtha visited Eastbourne, HAITI Free port.
one of the most beautiful a-d MARTINIQUE French wines and perfumes.
exclusive beaches of Surrey NEVIS Alexander Hamilton Souvenirs.
County. The girls were ertrust- PUERTO RICO Pottery, straw goods and island fashions
ed to another excellent English for men ahd women.
family with whom they will live ST-CROIX U.S. Free' port.
during their vacation, and they ST. KITTS Alexander Hamilton Soqvenirs.
expect to combine their practice ST. LUCIA Straw goods and pottery.
of Epglish while enjoying the ST. THOMAS U. S..Free port.
sea% before summer's end when ST. MAARTEN Free Dutch port.
they will return to college in SURINAM Bush Negro wood'earvings, Javanese handwork
.Paris. ITRINIDAD -- Gifts from tho e ar East. RBriteih Wonlonc ind


After making all the necessa-
ry arrangements, they bid d
fond eau reyoir* to their aunts
who crossed the Channel to re-
2 sume their respectivities activities
on the Continent.



CAR FOR SALE

Anglia, English Ford has done
8.000 miles. Is In brand new
condition. Buyer Contact
cCHAITI SUN.


china, straw goods and rum.


MARIE WALLINGFORD OF POINT 'IV
RETURNS HOMt TOMORROW
Mrs. Maxie Walllngford, who evening at her Ddsprez residence.
arrived from Washington two Among- the numerous guests
years ago to take up her duties were the Point IV and U.S. Em-
as-Secretary to the Director of bassyy personnel members and
Point IV. is up' for .two months' many of her Haitian friends who
home leave. She will sail on the dseeenm *Mariev for her compe-.
S.S. Solon Turmani, of the Ly- tent and courteous handling of
kes Line for Houston, Texas on company affairs; her devotion to
Monday. Mrs. Wallingford who "charitable causes, and her fine
has gained many friends during sense of csavoir vlvre.a
her sojourn .in Haiti entertained 'Mrs. Wallingford will visit
at a, cocktail-buffet on Friday Washington, D.O after spending


CASINO INTERNATIONAL
D'HAITI, S A.
From Satiidsy. August llth to Friday August 17th.


5.


ccDORIS and ROBERT,
Apaches -- Cuban Acrobates
SATURDAY ADMISSION: $1:00


several weeks with her family
in Texas. She was born of Por-
tuguese' parents in the dty of
Hong Kong and is the widow of
a Texas oil baron, and has many
years of foreign service to her
credit. She will be greatly miss-
ed from the social scene of the
Capital.


6


DOCTORS LOOK
AROUND HERE
Two New York doctors vaca-
t'oning at Hotel Choucoune, Dr.
Cheri A p p e 1, Psychiatrist, at
Flower Hospital Fnd Dr. Benja
mrin Segal. Gynecologist at Muni
cipal Hospital. visited Maternite
Issaie Jeanty were impressed by
the cleanliness that reigns at the
Maternitv. and by the well trai
ned staff...However, they stated
th?y could not say the same for
the equipment at the hospital at
Chancerelles, as even in the new
wing the installation and appara
ti are far below standard.

FOR SALE
Exceptional occasion. Ford,
Fairlane, 1955, never left city,
perfect condition. Bargain -
cash. Call Fritz: 3462 1-3 P.M.
FOR SALE
Cash Bargain. Frigidaire, pia-
no, washing machine, alumnium
chairs, Tape Recorder (Webeor),
Foam Rubber Mattress, Type-
writer, Metal desks, filing cabi-
net, swivel chairs, Air-Condition- '
er and other item. All practical-
ly new. Call Fritz: 3462 1-3
P.M


THE BEST SHOES ARE
,,* **'. ., :..,, :'.. .- : ..= .... ...* ......*. :: -.'.>_',.:'. ':-'-.


rjrn..:.
Vff~fr_


SHOES THE WORLD J
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virus check
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virus check
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virus check
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virus check
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describe
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virus check
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describe
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virus check
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virus check
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describe
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virus check
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describe
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virus check
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describe
'2014-05-16T10:10:53-04:00'
virus check
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describe
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virus check
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describe
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virus check
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virus check
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describe
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virus check
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describe
'2014-05-16T10:10:11-04:00'
virus check
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describe
virus check
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describe
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virus check
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virus check
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describe
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virus check
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describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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virus check
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describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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describe
'2014-05-16T10:11:16-04:00'
virus check
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describe
'2014-05-16T10:11:11-04:00'
virus check
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
Invalid character
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
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describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T10:09:59-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
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describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T10:10:04-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
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'2014-05-16T10:11:41-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
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'2014-05-16T10:11:34-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8835' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file127' 'sip-files00007.txt'
bb29faa7da7bd0e93e8c719717662a4d
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
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'2014-05-16T10:11:52-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T10:10:17-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'1187' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file129' 'sip-files00011.txt'
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
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describe
virus check
'764' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file130' 'sip-files00012.txt'
cc194689ad5fd50a730c746e99a1a379
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describe
virus check
'1878' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file131' 'sip-files00009.txt'
b67b5bb524961a8a912d743eb7ad3c68
ae81a319db2d868ba03517ca375d76287bb3de9b
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'2484' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file132' 'sip-files00010.txt'
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describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T10:09:53-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6612' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file133' 'sip-files00013.txt'
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'2014-05-16T10:11:29-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T10:09:44-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6138' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file134' 'sip-files00014.txt'
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
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describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T10:11:17-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6517' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file137' 'sip-files00017.txt'
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'2014-05-16T10:12:04-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T10:10:43-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6052' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file138' 'sip-files00018.txt'
9ab7648d6ae5c0c517c12844f2557f46
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
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90ba4a16b1a9bb04312876efc95f7d35
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'2014-05-16T10:11:43-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
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a171602b1379873aaa8625a22033ebc4
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'2014-05-16T10:11:24-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T10:09:32-04:00'
virus check
'6092' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file140' 'sip-files00020.txt'
52b007978f4b9a6b79562bdb29558274
ddffabb4fa53f2af64419b9a9c261474dff1b323
'2014-05-16T10:12:16-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
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describe
virus check
xml resolution
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'2014-05-16T10:12:24-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T10:11:22-04:00'
virus check
'48884284' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file16' 'sip-files00016.tif'
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'2014-05-16T10:11:45-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T10:10:10-04:00'
virus check
'50487954' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file17' 'sip-files00017.tif'
49529be60edc584eb50b23f7d73c783c
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describe
virus check
'49692198' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file18' 'sip-files00018.tif'
3a2300b8336d41dc004a3e5e754a81ee
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describe
virus check
'49742352' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file19' 'sip-files00019.tif'
6bcbe2c6f8635ea0350d03dc4a669242
f052f745a8236663154892483276e69cffddd48e
describe
virus check
'49009474' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file2' 'sip-files00002.tif'
360ecb8cf179ddc3778de7558f2acd9a
54a9d359f29687f2744d00e21ff85c5dd264fd5b
'2014-05-16T10:11:40-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T10:10:03-04:00'
virus check
'49866726' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file20' 'sip-files00020.tif'
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'2014-05-16T10:11:28-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T10:09:43-04:00'
virus check
'2080232' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file21' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
63cd0b2c4f5df7fa2955ed6179a07523
925088767949b6977dd1a15cb1328a1f7c04b03a
describe
virus check
'2042148' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file22' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
9810e9311771b591475ccb8eeb511cb4
2d0dd45c769f9536314988436ceb375cea96c436
describe
virus check
'2079874' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file23' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
6b6b0d542833f76d6d3e83ac0700d96f
9461895b934b326063f2503e903c75d52fbca223
describe
virus check
'2066633' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file24' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
5d760aff8649adc11687db9b1edc3e6e
2ace12041dcecf4071f73a458aaad54decfac16b
'2014-05-16T10:11:55-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T10:10:24-04:00'
virus check
'2075728' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file25' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
5b1b10a4d4d3880e2873a0a7e55f6a13
454100f6ba8a6fc8065fb776ab42c9ca92050c9b
describe
virus check
'2030237' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file26' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
bc2ee4bf31b252c2b34796a7e8dd3538
6976d0c9b97d4712fc1a25580c576ada46e06845
describe
virus check
'2051081' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file27' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
4d2825d0b616c91432efd68585653826
8b47992a2905857c543400bda61276857def5be4
describe
virus check
'2055934' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file28' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
2f592771f8f83dfbc9d4a1f8efd77e5e
941cfeab8d02c7e497714b5ad8c67427420e42b4
describe
virus check
'1980733' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file29' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
6e36b47e11f6dd5316ac3cd743d63260
19a602f53c0e9380db9b07bea0e7765cb45f34c3
describe
virus check
'49914678' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file3' 'sip-files00003.tif'
16b3c7180b1c8daf3baf4e7788cc7fb8
fe17340bfd2b73620acab71e6817700f64701e58
describe
virus check
'2060461' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file30' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
1caa071d208736ba01b3ea620cfe3aae
9261e408cedf52eb1d94f6e167ef857535a41b94
describe
virus check
'1990283' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file31' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
aa6bda98ba2f6c36c078ac2c3f33f010
baad7e93b3a27706b041b77a9b15c5047134d03b
'2014-05-16T10:11:58-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T10:10:30-04:00'
virus check
'2045838' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file32' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
a039fde209b7dfcb08befcdff193d5b9
ba0066678844c4ee3aed6828f35f6711d9af3000
describe
virus check
'2078650' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file33' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
a0d26ad6b22ffdd1093a6b1b593b2257
561bd393cf7213acfa84e423d0b467705be42d23
describe
virus check
'2078588' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file34' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
86f2fd3a934d420c1a6edc9ed1f9f0ce
878e79e1af6ae449aa314ee6b9ff14958aedd68e
describe
virus check
'2093824' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file35' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
f006f30bcf576df5404dab8d63969b47
71e81f0714c25ae4b478be1792c6fc6f67443471
describe
virus check
'2036938' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file36' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
5366d070cb99c855f9e8d947d100e6ab
1384446fae722c78bdc48d8a36720e3afc8c4b92
describe
virus check
'2103742' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file37' 'sip-files00017.jp2'
69a3d88317968d378f76f1743f960c9d
b7c8f393e15228163ce29a200a4670a66270914b
describe
virus check
'2070605' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file38' 'sip-files00018.jp2'
c84cd90a8c144e567c4cda8415ec6eb4
86ec38bd89de33471164c8bfefc1f7045894ac65
'2014-05-16T10:11:44-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T10:10:06-04:00'
virus check
'2072698' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file39' 'sip-files00019.jp2'
590f15311d6abd0134d3d19d1979e7f6
36716b0b1c323175dd5dd342659bbfe8543d911e
describe
virus check
'49619220' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file4' 'sip-files00004.tif'
c7a22fc2ef0d0196cf1423140e9b4939
d5bfffa137beef9e589848c59073e3991b47d4c5
describe
'2014-05-16T10:10:29-04:00'
virus check
'2077881' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file40' 'sip-files00020.jp2'
e4555847392b61ef9fe028971f82518f
a8bf5d1c153ac66846fb976eb3e8033015a0cf0e
describe
virus check
'722272' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file41' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
27e40a848498d032467bcdd3f001b8da
c046be165d939fc2f6379ad817190e3dc2b71347
describe
virus check
'68161' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file42' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
bffbb3fad6d5ac89ff5a1b4b87c7a4f5
985e0a9454d43695135c77ee29c60583c699bc86
describe
virus check
'739678' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file43' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
218e0509cc5010ffa6504e70f4423f18
0bfc2d53aae010ffc656043bb005bbf577514bb6
describe
virus check
'78430' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file44' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
775b4f34d4d9252b854598c300f66f74
645ce2d50162202d55bdc3a879b6bb6b5d858462
describe
virus check
'777704' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file45' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
a577835e2df8816a7a92b4107c1724da
9fa340d0c176bfd647c7fa2b66afbaab482e21af
describe
virus check
'76026' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file46' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
f41c4c6cd77a5a9863a8c593740e17e0
736a5561759f7336634b200fd3d42ec7e81fb048
'2014-05-16T10:11:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'716355' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file47' 'sip-files00004.jpg'
e2696934f1140375a5201d966f3ce241
fb27327a21c777bfae94655b41702ac2ced16a94
describe
virus check
'94635' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file48' 'sip-files00004.QC.jpg'
69662592af94e931303f6defca2e9d2a
da9ff2a2b3855e1445f80ae4bf1ee097a2ec8255
describe
virus check
'745525' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file49' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
ef8abfd2f40542222ca513c2e987356d
f188adf698976990d8c09524f673cc897021fbfa
'2014-05-16T10:12:05-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T10:10:44-04:00'
virus check
'49815198' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file5' 'sip-files00005.tif'
dd86390c49ab8240e79349e26da37280
3ab65a2a70731997ad2785a453e419e554f944c5
'2014-05-16T10:12:03-04:00'
describe
virus check
'75101' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file50' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
b77f0360e21a420e8f289ee7d860b6bf
a75f6cd4aa9e73a9e369ebaa46526a3e512ce9d7
describe
virus check
'740434' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file51' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
6dcbfd99ab5128e800be5e2f6341686b
5ea90e6e0efd0ed5c7bcdd9179c5ceaa4a19a38c
describe
virus check
'77648' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file52' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
d4bb2681ee174c0c797e03203e1dd980
8c581a67282d08bfd12e232eb2415c4f2b937b0f
describe
virus check
'721543' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file53' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
51a8c1f94464ff92581a90647ad54fa8
daee92cde2bb6a05f23eb0e3c581e235c316e28f
'2014-05-16T10:11:56-04:00'
describe
virus check
'72761' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file54' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
cfdf20ef7ac04b59345053f33fa86bbc
6c7e1e3db4e244adbe8c8da5aad87d871c08546d
describe
virus check
'705435' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file55' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
5a37985597641df2479822361a453a01
27ab057dc99e0e91f7a6aaad5a306e09f9c82221
'2014-05-16T10:11:31-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T10:09:46-04:00'
virus check
'73753' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file56' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
3b48f147e1e7690e3a6461564e4c46d2
5c32c1284e8bc6c3860057ed166eb28dc493880e
describe
virus check
'726973' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file57' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
ae445b42bea969d6e322d69f0f9dd9da
95e631e89f531d01f778050c3af9199de6824ce7
describe
virus check
'78811' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file58' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
773d49f7c52e839922b0720e29e20cc3
1d63a095d585e893198a9a286c43b7f7f51b3145
describe
virus check
'661933' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file59' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
4046b8fb2efe90ac5e2038ba4bc28fd4
9a1dc973a4dd6112efe29f11b7aa1f5e7bd055e6
describe
virus check
'48723936' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file6' 'sip-files00006.tif'
d5e5c720c4d3b1fae9962d3ee5fe6802
af4de0db80c9b1ec445c0b8054749644f38d2262
'2014-05-16T10:12:08-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T10:10:52-04:00'
virus check
'75779' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file60' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
417ba7f2f8be4e34fee557d62c15bca7
0407efeb8d6824d7d4f462eae2502b6fd824c941
describe
virus check
'675605' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file61' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
819dba4c6153018309975b3c498301d8
c2a1a20f5dfe4ef31e5fe2ed8e4982abb42c58a0
describe
virus check
'71214' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file62' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
4f5ddb44310eb5dd7e4ca791262eafb9
975e130fda18b62b3e7dbf4e9468a1b71dbf7102
describe
virus check
'610724' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file63' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
8a4c6067529299c60672cfe35a506dfc
a87b56a56735761cf960a59c09a33fa6cc317320
describe
virus check
'62088' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file64' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
85e666bb80f88f6bac38a1a235c1dc3d
df953db038d9eb6133b06c9aeeb9a031f0cfaeda
describe
virus check
'666812' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file65' 'sip-files00013.jpg'
db7cf5f0627b1c851d7ab7d07294ce13
1100f542bbe0f6145099814187dd70430c0a6640
describe
virus check
'66841' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file66' 'sip-files00013.QC.jpg'
32298cc38f87eeae272d2f54650429aa
efb2020d4f652b7705a598873fbaaa81cdb2036a
describe
virus check
'703805' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file67' 'sip-files00014.jpg'
6a9888aebb13de06302bec7e4159e1d8
483d505e06ba309d51ca7e41736d8632a282b0d0
describe
virus check
'79679' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file68' 'sip-files00014.QC.jpg'
5a1727eeb23b871dff5842972201e7c3
a938504be4e5783b75a40144d8cd02feeccfc8a1
describe
virus check
'732163' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file69' 'sip-files00015.jpg'
6f43858413aac87c5c26cd1adbb9fdf1
fd01183ad1de741645242717f65af62c7d48a993
describe
virus check
'49223484' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file7' 'sip-files00007.tif'
cee6aa924ef2f9f4ccbfbb8942d4bbf3
c81858ac57e13c41309025a28525a6f794c2028d
'2014-05-16T10:12:14-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T10:11:00-04:00'
virus check
'74532' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file70' 'sip-files00015.QC.jpg'
13e5ed8e5f4f3ae5d6abbae01eed582d
7823ac6fe5e932d61ffc6bd75adcf06f22c86ea1
describe
'2014-05-16T10:09:33-04:00'
virus check
'721418' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file71' 'sip-files00016.jpg'
9ec174203b44865abf8dd936bda5b943
bb871ac7545ef7a08ad31a5b22c91b21bf68fdba
describe
virus check
'69714' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file72' 'sip-files00016.QC.jpg'
d3b5cb53e278fc72e01a531f5a6e897c
4fd7873bb9e7a80a8f3898bdd07479075379604a
describe
virus check
'739724' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file73' 'sip-files00017.jpg'
bf1b9ab0c9550e0c6a1ca15907e90d84
61e6653c43224e7ad4e25c906442e06988ebeab9
describe
virus check
'73750' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file74' 'sip-files00017.QC.jpg'
58c05f4e5de08696d41adeeb9519c09a
a55077824f65a43671f895a11d630f62af327e0f
describe
virus check
'740467' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file75' 'sip-files00018.jpg'
81ff059a92e2e6f5a801774ddc4e2151
64eeb9913a69f2da222bd12f27407a3c7259776d
describe
virus check
'77775' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file76' 'sip-files00018.QC.jpg'
e1c9cb8e83b324ec370c6485d75e9cc1
a744d5eafc5dff9f90bdd74cf9e36b43109bcf1a
'2014-05-16T10:11:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'763354' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file77' 'sip-files00019.jpg'
c4a5b4467c6918f833190694dcedf592
d1bcd957d01c800b2cf199b4925e534da72c2ccf
describe
virus check
'75752' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file78' 'sip-files00019.QC.jpg'
f7b14c7cf6b16c28b6b48dba0bb04581
4a2d8a43fdfc3e6bc1bf80af90e2a8bc782f5c7f
describe
virus check
'717709' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file79' 'sip-files00020.jpg'
0c98043442e927c74284c79f374a0367
28df9ba204eb8e9164ca6b8463cfd0f4d953e82c
describe
virus check
'49339962' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file8' 'sip-files00008.tif'
08d2af025d0bf1a8e95ce0385afb6b1b
60fe23378c07fd327aeebb5450bd2f5fab99997a
'2014-05-16T10:12:17-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T10:11:06-04:00'
virus check
'77809' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file80' 'sip-files00020.QC.jpg'
4ffe9e3bda63a741ce9cb654d168ebef
799dfc17e35a3611372c3a6011cc0c0d41d11389
describe
virus check
'15497' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file81' 'sip-files00001thm.jpg'
8732730cc4d3d45a78ad6ed641b253e7
7cea429abb13603b2a67c954424d13907c4424c5
describe
virus check
'17692' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file82' 'sip-files00002thm.jpg'
dce454f9d2baf0c561078e7f1076c2ed
2f7c3d6fefdd7f308205f0f7a9c2a9c7e344d20a
describe
virus check
'16314' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file83' 'sip-files00003thm.jpg'
0bf297239fdbd1e80ec9c45b40cad09d
7996bb027f1dc04703d55e7f4901bb2d247073a6
describe
virus check
'38552' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file84' 'sip-files00004thm.jpg'
640dca4abb26d84ac7f312bef95cfb7f
bd659cc3338cda0d29b2672e46c23ea50072bdca
describe
virus check
'16837' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file85' 'sip-files00005thm.jpg'
b984201fae49d641526c397d3842cfa1
f3450aaf903dfbf42b77a93e502f7a7b0a59e7c1
describe
virus check
'18270' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file86' 'sip-files00006thm.jpg'
52d119e172c9a3d1c5ab5074ef62458a
adcfabd91e0f97c195e2f1ff91f75bbf4bd2bd83
describe
virus check
'16440' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file87' 'sip-files00007thm.jpg'
1dd27caa26694d346eab718374b5c36b
b741dc7744747d64c58d8040c264c1dcbcb8b7d3
describe
virus check
'17094' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file88' 'sip-files00008thm.jpg'
eaa4dd4a45217e1aa1139efa2d2821b5
18957aaf084b3e2cca7e00956d004520b1937ad1
describe
virus check
'18690' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file89' 'sip-files00011thm.jpg'
6fc4da2eef590c4ef905cc3912f4cc37
5855fe66bccccecda0cd590c460c9861b38fa3ef
describe
virus check
'47541216' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file9' 'sip-files00011.tif'
0d8c3615300399a63a104f75d7254622
c85510e23e94a42f91d0dfa28e734dc9ae299a35
'2014-05-16T10:12:00-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T10:10:34-04:00'
virus check
'18928' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file90' 'sip-files00012thm.jpg'
6457662a0dc51ec141596063924e64fa
889bc5493e8efa5ab53385ca77df17fe86d6df50
describe
virus check
'16378' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file91' 'sip-files00009thm.jpg'
6e29e770d2e082fd5db563b69ec3aae9
21e8cc22f696e81e5f5ed54524e84812870d8448
describe
virus check
'14648' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file92' 'sip-files00010thm.jpg'
6dec2abd238214755fd1e8abdc31095e
72779e995950b38b2a11dca4660558b40191e7e8
describe
virus check
'15977' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file93' 'sip-files00013thm.jpg'
0152cc714b746209e4f4b9bcf6378445
c4548bebc7e96d4e63ad10ca8fd341d823cb49f3
describe
virus check
'18447' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file94' 'sip-files00014thm.jpg'
6adebd0b68f1b3dcad737fb212c17325
b22ab78275cbd76cc8ade4c71648d6233d817bc6
describe
virus check
'16931' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file95' 'sip-files00015thm.jpg'
83a4d03be09b9394b1140ff6bedb4ac6
70dd7c2a0b8e537df0d7e84f16b3f9a62cd43242
describe
virus check
'15222' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file96' 'sip-files00016thm.jpg'
790480ac2bed01cee1d138c15770b63f
a61164fe1a48da8284be9c85959dea2700eac1e0
describe
virus check
'16996' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file97' 'sip-files00017thm.jpg'
7c7d76fb76487e428d7ef376f65572f3
8250ccd8f65680cc3f68a98ed4ecdfacebd3125c
describe
virus check
'17936' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file98' 'sip-files00018thm.jpg'
a63de10895499232845cc04cee614703
eb6f23f101aefab4eea1d9ddb421daa571520fea
describe
virus check
'16592' 'info:fdaEWDFYHSHK_ANTWE3file99' 'sip-files00019thm.jpg'
1168e22f330a4f615c3893d67525734c
0fd38c05f550d616b9a462ad5a0e56a82dc7c082
describe
virus check


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