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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00394


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' THE


Port-au-Prince;


HAITIAN


ENGLISH


' RepublUque d'Haiti


LANGUAGE


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NEWSPAPER


- --- --- --- VA


Telephone 2061


Sunday, November 25tin IbO


NqwPDlc NoAI'eign Sip Opens


Cruise Seasn


The.' cw Flagship of the N6rweigian American Line, the 18,500-
ton motor-ship Bergeilsfjord sailed into Port Tuesday morning on her
Maiden cruise.
The beautiful liner which brought 475 tourists to Porq for the day
Was well fitted to open the winter cruise ship season which is ex-
pected to surpass all previous years
Th2 Bergenfjord in all her ultra-modern streamline beauty sailed
off Tuesday evening at 6:00 p. nm. or Cu.iao, Colombia, Panama, Cu-
ba aind Bahamas.
The vessel, one of the most beautifully interior decorated ships
" afloat i's expected to'call again on January 21st.


SOVERTONES
By
I(soleil pas cab levi. Pr6sid
*.": :All, the Sudanese artist, re-
Sturned late last month from the
;U S.- to his studio r caille "at.Pe-
tit-aGove where he seeks steclh.
Ssion while turning out paintings
Sofof the Hjaitian scene, end was
present during 'the 'recent flood.
Stating that old timers of Pe:
t.t-Gor t e callr' it t iz worsl 'in
their 'iae. dir. Ali, in town o))
one bf his rare trips iirof from
his work gave us the following'
eyc-a.t'imevs nccouint of the; disast-
' er)."
"'. It haII been raining at least a
-.-week, and the writers evidcnt:y
Sacumulated up in the. mountains,
Sbat train Monday the rain poAred
Sincessaintly proceeding that' fate-
'ful Thursday October 31st. Natu-
.i'aliy theL people had been advised
;`tp seek shelter in the hills, and
to stock up on charcoal and food
.stuffs, a, it looked like the rain
,.vas not going to let up. The peo-
'.pie began!to sing .the invocation
made famous in Cyclone Hazel:
Soteil pas capab levd' President
A.1L-.iotr'c. ?ouvee-nous.- as Thurs-

;MIRAGE ENDS
:IN POITIERS
/. ,


"ANTOINE SABA
i-WRITES AGAINST WARS
Antoine J. Saba, 20 year old son
"'of the proprietor of the down-
:lawn store qLa Belle Choucoune,
received word 'from a New York
,Publishing Company that they had
,'.accepted to publish his first novel
entitled ..Mirage Ended In Poi-
.tiers,. Words of the publisher
were-. It is undoubtedly a work
of merit and unusual scope -
"The Novel written in a tragic
strain deals with historical roman-
tic and revolutionary facts' against
war in general.


)F TRAGEDY
Jam'l All
Int Wagloire, Sauvez-nous!*)
day was the day when the rain
really descended and the rivers
became swollen. The waters were
ncw carrying away- houses.
The wall of the Catholic Hos-
I Coutiaacd on page 20
Fromer Of Haiti
Dominican Desk
U.S. Dept. Of State
Ends Visit Monday
Mr. Julien Philip Framer who
is 'in charge of the Haitian and
Dominican Desk at the U.S. .De-
partment oi State in WVashington
ends his second brief visit to Port
au-Prince this month and 'clip-
pers back to "the Capitol tomor-
row.
Mr. Fromer, a former rewspa-
perman, paid a courtesy call on
President Paul Mlagloire at the
National Palace with Ambagsador
Davis Friday. The U.S. Foceigp
continuer on page 2)


Feminists


Temporary


Vote In


24 Top Women
Writers Here
From Washington


Members Of Women's
National Press Club In D.C.
24 consceurs a from the U. S.
Capitol arrived by PAA clipper1
yesterday afternoon.
Members of the Women's Natio-
nal press Club of Washington D.C.,
the ladies who represent some of
the best known News-agencies,
magazines and newspapers in the
United States are spending Satur-
day through Tuesday morning at
the Hotel El Rancho.
Headed by Alice Frein Johnson,
Club President and correspondent
for the Seattle Washington, Times,
,he group was entertained last
night at cocktails by the manage-
-nent of the El Rancho:
Continued on page 2
Haitian Hilton Hotel ?
It was rumored here this week
that the worii i famous Hilton Hotel
Combine is contemplating building
a super-luxury Haitian Hilton Ho-
tel here.
The American Hotel Chain
which iha; built giant modern edi-
fices Ihroughout the world is also
rumored to be putting it's own
luxury Cruise Liner on the Carib-
bean and South American run..
Passengers will naturally sthy at
thie Hilton Hotels which are now
eNtablishetl, in San Juan and Ha-
'vana.


Water.-Skiing Sport -Of Tod uy In


j


On the placid Bay of La Gonacave rercy Pon'etl dlem onstratle how tro ski-


SAwait Court Order


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y Right To Register


National Election
N t, 1 El *' t .
Friday morning's session at the Tribunal Civil ded with r;J'
Ligue Feminine d'Action Sociale gaining ground Ldue-
ing their suit against La Commune de Port-aU-P -llwhien .
Judge Gabriel Volcy over-ruled the objectiofis".-0'-oriey -.. -
Carmant, representing' the City, and ordered the T fifilro-
duced at once before his Court.
Jubilantly, the women leaders heard the case' opened as a
the ereaudtev was read by Mrs., Madeleine Sylvain-BobUche-
reau demanding that women be admitted to the'Regisiration .
Pureaux aprovisoirement. .
Me. Charmant declared the women have no right to regist- ..
er '"'
The size of the crowd made it necessary to leave the smal-
ler room and sollcite the principalR room of .;te Civil Court
for the hearing, after which Judge Vblcy declared' that he ,:
would pronounce his judgement in the shortest delay, ,., .. 9'
The roars-of, he lions guarding the Palais de Justice, co4d
almost be heard, Tuesday morning, -as' aCivilCotrt .Mags-'. .
trate rapped his gavel sharply and suspended the hearbigA-in- e'".
troducing Ligue Feminine's action .agaihist..Lada Commune de .,..
Port-au-Princes. As opposing counsel. bellowed- belligerently:..
at each other, spectators who jammed the courtroom lifted ,'
their voices in audible acid comments. By the end of the. 35- ^
minute session the scene had become. one of the stormiest .i
verbal battlefields ever to shake the foundations dof JilUne. ,. ,-
..-''-*' Demandiga reparationo in ehar-n -'i
going the City. of) Port-paz-rinee, -. ,.1
Ambassador Davis with'deliberately excluding them: ..
from voting in the January: natio- :'
Visited 95-Year-Old naf elections, a, group of wo.n..gi.
leaders- constituting themselves in --
Father During Visit a group as plaintiff asked,$20,000", -'
damages., .'
To Oakland Calif. They challenged the constitution x'"'
.ality of the November 5th .Anre- '."
Popular U.S. Ambassador Roy t6' issued by the aCommune de i
Tasco Davis returned last week Port-au-Prince fixing the. period .
frcm.a brief visit to the States. of. registration ard stating .that ,'
During his sejour in Washing- 'Citoyens Mhles, were eligible. y :^
ton Ambassador Davis Look time The women also charged the City '
out to tly to Oakland California with violating the Electoral Law
to Visit with 'his father whomn he nf 1954. '. .l
reports is in robust health at the Attorney Antoine Rigal, veteran.. ,
age of 95. a th ilver-haired lawyer and women's ',.
-.____ champion heading the group's 4- .
t l i 'member legal euisel, rose to pre ";
rt-au-Princus~,riit e:Oe
r -Ut-a I itt sent the women's .r6frM' before ''. '
S Judge Roger Charmant. .
His first phrase was hardly u t- '.
tered when the tall, fiery- .Subs- A
titut du Commisaire du Gouverne
mental Andr6 Chdrilus jupipd to N
his feet to raise an exception. r"he
Prosecuting Attorney told the
court'that' articles 89 and 77 of th ,'
Civil Code required that no case

quetv having been notified within.
aininimum delay of onehalf hour. "
(Continued an page 17) .

Gourgue Opening
Season At Centre d'Art A
The Centre d'Art will open its .
Winter season next Friday with
- even backward with ease


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' PAGE 2


BIRTH OF AN ARTIST'S HAMLET

The 'Premier vernissage' of drawn from the every day auto
'La Galerie Brochettes last Satur- circus- Its setting is strictly pas-
day evening drew. a large group of toral wih a view in the distance
artists and socialists to a little of Port-au-Prince if you climb to
hamlet of artists tucked away be- a little knoll past the home and
hind the village of Carrefour rough studio of Roland and Nicole Dor-
ly six miles from the Capital. cely which is rented to them by
The Galerie, a former bouti- primitive artist St Brice. Working
que, is a tasteful setting for the as they never did before and cre-
modernes, who displayed their dining the solitude of the Hamlet
work to advantage in its three are Lazard, Cedor, Nelemy, Jean
rooms and porcl. Roland and and the Dorcely's who live al-
Nicole Dorcely, Luckner Lazard, most side by side. Antonio Joseph
Max Pinchinat, Elzine Mallebran- oldest citizen of the area lives a
habe, Nelemy Jean, Jacques Ga- short distance IrAm the galerie
briel and Carpi received praise' with which he has no ties.
for their exhibition of 'tableaux,.
The idea of the artist hamlet The Galerie Brochette
and the Galerie sprouted from the promises to be an interesting cor-
dtsire of the young group of mo- ner of Haiti where tourists and
dernes to get away from it all locals alike may find intelligent
and work in peace and tranquili- ert or literary conversation ser-
ty. ved up with Rhum and haitian
liquors from a well stocked cor-
'This little hamlet is their answ- ner-bar which keeps company
er. A short distance from Carre- with an ancient vintage piano in
four proper the village is out of one of the galerie's three rooms,
blaring distance of. the juke box anytime but especially Saturday
filled-naughty night-spots and with night. which is -artist feast night.










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Opening night photo: Artists Nelevny Jean, Roland Dorcely, Luck-
ner Lazard, Max, Pinebinat, D. L. Cedor, Elzire Mallebranche. Nicole
T. Dorcely, Despas and OdiUon Duperrier.


All Good Things Must Come To.

An End...

And This Friday 30th Marks

THE GRAND CLEARANCE SALE


Buy as much as you can now at Prices

that mean dramatic Savings on Every

PURCHASE.

Do not delay if you really want

GREAT SAVINGS ON DRESS

FABRICS,' MENS WEAR, LINGERIE,

GIFT ARTICLES Etc.

HURRY FOR THIS LAST WEEK

FULL OF BARGAINS.


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HAITI SUN


24 WOMEN...
(Continued from page 1)
A schedule of events has been
arranged which will bring the dis-
tingu:-hed visitors into contact
with prominent Haitians and Amer
icans.
Tomorrow, they will be honored
with a 5 to 7 P.M. reception at the
American Embassy residence with
Ambassador and Mrs Roy Tasco
Davis as host and hostess. Bet-
weeni .official calls, the visiting
journalists will tour places of in-
terest in the city and its environ-
nments.
Included in the party besides
Mrs Johnson are:
Lee Knight, Club Secretary
Alice Frein Johnson, President of
Club, Seattle timess
Katherine Johnson, Trip chairman,
Aviation Week
Gladys Montgomery, Business
Week
Elinor Griest, Readers Digest
Helen Thomas, United Press
Betty Pryor, ""
Shirley Scheibla, Magazine writer
Urcel Daniel, Bureau Of National
Affairs
Annette Ward, Fairchild Publica-
tions
Helen-Anne Milker: Us Library of
Congress
Mayo Judge, Dept. Of Army'
Margo Grubb; Free Lance
Beryl Denzer, CBS Radio
Isabel Story: US Park Service
Shirley Spencer: NY Daily News
Mollie Slott: NY Daily News -
Chicago Tribune Syndicate
Dorothy Williams: St. Petersburg
Timer
Marjorie Young: Waim-TV, Bristol
Va. & S. Carolina. papers
Esther Van Wago'er Tufty: Tuf-
fy News Bureau Anl Nec-TV
Dorothy Marks: Democralic Digest
Ann Wheton: Information Officer
Republican National Committee
-Hope Miller: Diplomat Magazine
Dona Clark: Diplohnat Magazine


CAYES PAkPER
REPORTS SLAYING OF
YOUNG MAN

Lying in a field of sugar cane
on the Habitation Madame Com-
be the decomposed body of a
young man was discovered
last week by the peasants of the
region last week, reported a Cay
es newspaper.


Sunday. November 25lh V456


Mr.a nd Mrs. Giorgio Cesari who were married here at the Hotel
Beau Rivage last Sc.urday are seen above at a cocktail party a w.iweh
they entertained Haitian frien':s.
Mrs Cesari is the former Giliola Bartoli of Bologna Itaoly. ir
husband who is the Administrator of the Casino International is cIso
of Bologna.
1 RO MER.ering in the water off La Mer.
F I Frapp6e.
(Continued from page 1) Raymond Flambert, Sydney Caw
Service Officer was in audience ley fished the two dutchmen out
with the President for thirty mi- of the sea some twenty minutes
nuts. after Tie mishap. The first words
At noon Friday Mr Promer was of one of the rescued men is re-
guest of honor at a luncheon ten- ported have been: I Jost my
dered by the Fpreign Office at lunch'.
Aux Cosaques. Id the evening US
Embassy counsel and Mrs. Paul
Barringer entertained the distin- ESQUIRE MAG. PHOTOGRE .PT-
guished visitor with cocktails at, ER SHOOTING HERE
their Canape Vert home. Trop photographer Louis Renault
Mr. Fromer is a guest at the arrived here at the Oloffson Fri-
Embassy residence in Bourdon. day morning with his wife to
__ shoof for Esquire Magazine and
Two Dutchmen Have other national Magazines.
T1 D e av Mr Renault is expected to spend
Close Escape i his time taking, colour shots
Ernst Friderichs and Marinus around the Capital and up on the
Van Blerk of Curacao Trading Co. North Coast. He is reported inte-
were saved from a watery grave rested in the fishing, cockfighting
last Sunday when their sailing and Haitian beauties (for model-
boat capsized and left them floun- ling in the background).



Riviera Hotel

SHOW BEGINS 11 P.M.
DANCING UNTIL 2: A.M.ADMISSION $1.00


PARAMOUNT

Today
3:00 P.M. Don Winslow
5-7-9:00 P.M. La Pensionnaire
Monday
6:00 P.M. Les Neires du Kili-


The body of the young man mahdjaro
could not be identified as his Te
head and his limbs have been cut. Tuesday
been cut. 6-8:15 P.M.
Mystery shrouded this horrible Wde a
crime but the Police jointly Wednesday- P
with the Justice Dept. is investi- 6T:li.M.
.gating the case. T81 .M.
_____________6-8:15 it.M.


La Pensionnaire

Jules Cesar "

Bannie du Foyer


Friday
6-8:15 P.M. La Pensionnaire
Saturday
5-7-9:00 P.M La Femme F
there
Sunday
3:00 P.M. La Femme Panth
5-749:00 P.M Les Incon
dans la Ville
FOR SALE
1954 Packard super-clipper


Ian-


&re
nus


ex-


ructive car in top condition. Has
done 13,000 miles only in US.
Contact Mile Godefroy Cabinet
Lager; Price $2117.


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PAGE 3


iudav, November 25th 1956 HAITI SUN
.. ..Nve b r =__ __ __ __


Wimier Of (Search For Undisco

Leai Andres Of Milwaukee Ss


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Contest winner Lea and husbanrJ Donald with his cameras
nrrim.L last Monday for 2-weeks at the Riviera Hotel


New Shoe Factory Utilizing Local Rubber Producing
Quality Product At Lov Cost, Competes With Imports


The Mevs Brothers have see- a reasonable price.
mingly dedicated their lives to With a smooth-running -oper-
the protection of both ends of action in which rubber from
their four million compatriots. SHADA plantations is utilized
I, the past four years they their *Fabrique Nationale de
have settled some two hundred Souliers.; at Chancerelles pro-
thousand 'hats on local ete.tes,* duces 500 pairs of top-quality
from their local hat factory, lubber shoes' daily. Tennis, bas-
Now after two years of trials ketball and ballerina shoes in
and tribulations their new (four colors of red, white, brown
months old) rubber shoe factory aid blue from Haiti's first rub-
is answering the call of localI ber shoe factory are being re.
feet, namely to be well-shod at tat ed at 100"r less than the im-


Company Director Pres-ident of the .Fabrzque Nc-tzonale de souliers
Fru7z rUevrs- is seen inspecting shoe .ust out of molting machine.


ported variety. They range in
price from $1.80 to $3:00, retail.
The imports of the same quality
start at $4.50 and climb as V1igh
as $6.00.


ered Models)

llHaiti As Prize
Lea Andres, one of the winners
in the contest "Search For Undis-
covered Models* last June, arriv-
ed from Milwaukee, Wis. via PAA
on Monday for two weeks, -part of
her prize. She was accompanied
by her husband, Donald. They
were welcomed at the airport by
Aubelin Jolicceur of the National
Bureau of Tourism.
Sponsored by the new William
A. Lewis Women's Apparel Store
in Southgate, the Fair last Spring
attracted more. than twelve hund-
red contestants, in the three-cate-
gory completion -Teenagers.,
-Working Girls', ,*d SMothers.
The judges, headed by famous
Model Agency Patricia Steven,
and two newspaper publishers pick
ed beautiful Lea Andres, of Po-
lish background, as the .Mother-.
The prizes include a ,vacation in
Haiti, all expenses paid, for Lea
and her husband, a TV DirectorI
and free lance photographer-came"
araman. Also covered are five days
S at Nippersink Manor, in Genoa
S City, Dinner at Chicago's Chez
Paree, and a complete summer
Wardrobe.
The happy couple, parents of a
on their -year-old son Eric, will remain at
Hotel Riviera until December 2nd


Fritz Mevs, President of Fa-
brique Nationale de Souliers,'
S.A. who is also General Mana- The cutter machinee stamps out' quanti.y "of rubberr required for
ger, is seconded by Miss Helen each pair of shoes. From here the rubber soles go upstairs to the
McCord who is Treasurer, and vulganiing mar.hine where they oin the ca-anvas ,tops. To mold
his brother Carlo Mevs as Socie- and merge -the soles with the uppler fabric 8,000 pounds of pressure
tI Secretary. IcaLL heat are applied.
Robust, hard-working,- Fritz'
Mevs, explaining the workings of
his rubber shoe factory to Your -
Re.port~er, oh a visit to t~hance-
relies this week, said that
to get the factory rolling took
almost two years He .ti-avelled"-
extensively ta observe the oper-
ation of U.S. shoe factories and
even did an 8-hour day, stint for
a period in th'3 Welico Shoe'Com
pany in Wentzville, North Caro.
liiia as a factory employee io
lear, the trade througldy. k

With t e thec'hvpical assistance
of experts froni Rorearch hic,,
ot Wenzville who control the'
output of 250,000 pairs of shoes
daily, in 65 factories the world
over, Ills staff of 70 have be-
come proficient at their job and
no longer require the 'superisd i"


of foreign' specialists


Losing 250 pounds of rubber
daily irom trees on SHADA's
plantations at Bayeux in the
"ccrth aid Marfranc in the
South. Fritz explained that they
can increase their output to'
2,000 -pairs of shoes a day as
the market demand increases.
The factory expects to receive
additional machinery shortly
which will enable them to ma-
nufacture rubber heels and so-
les to supply to the local shoe-
making trade.

Fritz who believes shoes are
the most .important item. after
food, purchased by the Haitian
family, explains that a child will
'ot go to school shoeless, or a
person cannol enter the city within
out at least a '.sapate, on his
toe- t.

They canl afford his shoes
which put a spring in theirwalk.
Hlie explained that although they
are guaranteed for six months
they will last much longer.


Twenty-two stitching machines and 35 girl operators are employed
'on sit lrhna caiLats ip'PLrs 'iiid i nn:iching-in eyelets.


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Back-yard of shoe factory. Big chimney at left, and al-iajportant
)oiler and cooling system.! In photo Fritz Mevs and employee.


The $11,000 mixing mill where raw SHADA-grown rubber from .the
north and south oFHaziti is used. Treate: with 13 chemicals- the rub"
ber is forced into this machine. Sixty-pound bcches of rubber are -
waixed in one hour. Forty-eight hours are required to cure it before
it is ready for the cutting machine.I




S PAGE 4 HAITI SUN _________ Sunday. November 25th 1956

SMNew Veiezuelan rtMgr. FRANCOIS POIRIER. and Mgr. LOUIS COLLIGNON celebr-,.
New Ambassador o e r re specv ely on November 20 and 21 the anniversary of their ins.
Ambassauor si rjpos pi tallments as Archbishop of port-au-Prince and Bishop ol Cayes.
-Has Arrived Dr. HARRIETT P. DUSTAN, well-known American cardiologist, and
Dr. Romulo Araujo, the new Ve assistant tI& Dr. Yvonne N. Page, president of the Pan American Con-
nezuelan Ambassador in Haiti a- ~ --- -- ference of Cardiology, pronounced two conferences at the Amphi-
rived In Port au Prince iatb r rin- theater of the Medical School of Port-au-Prince last week.
4ay afternoon.
S He wa- greeted at the airport HENOCK TROUILLOT signed his lIl2st book entilled ..The CoTlE -
.by. a 'representative, of the Proto- ed Intellectual and the Prc.blems of Discrimination, ai special cere-
.- col Service .and the acting Vene- mony in the Muse u Peuple Haitien'last Saturday evening. The
f uelan Charg -d'Affaires and Mia MERCEDES BEND 300 SL is the newest car of Alber.t Silvera. The audny inwas the d a Peup le ctidsen ofla songs from e Sudan, The
'-"" Nicolas Aicanio Buroz. sleek black sports car is the fastest auto on wheels. Congo and Guinea, unregistered on tape recorder by Emmanuel C
Cong and GuineaU eneisee onin tape reore bye Emmuue C.hhiifr
S The 49 year old diplomat is a Dr. HY NORDSTRUM is going back to the blue with his wife Dr. au duringhis sojourn in Paris last September.
S graduate of the School of Politi- Burma Walters. Hy was a commander in the U.S. Navy and one of THE TEL SCHOOL of Port-au-Prince has registration, for a net
cal Scienrice and a,lawyer at the the few flight surgeons to fly jets. Burma was a Captain of an ss allowing the decision of the Board of Director's to increase
Supine Court of the State'of Anaesthesis' before coming to Haiti to work with Dr. Mellon on his the number students ....................
Ti ujillo. Judge at the Tiibunal of 'Schweitzer Hospital ..................... HAITI'S YOUNG CHAMBER OF COMMERCE is making prepara-
'Premiere Instance, Anmbassador Mr. H. SMTH, World Bank official, is scheduled toarrivc herq to- tions for the participation of llaiuan .artists at the Tampa (Florida)
,Araujo counts nearly 23 years-in day on a special mission. It has been reported that the International International Painting Exhibition. A contest has been organised and
the diplomatic career. Bank of Reconstruction and Development has agreed on a loan of the three best paintings selected will be sent to Tampa.
-. : 1,400,000 Gourdes for road construction in the South.
S. KING OF THE CHAMBER POT TRADE who was scuttled by the Mr. THEMISTOCLE PUENTES RIVIERA, President of the Federa-
.. .. te Department Roi of the MCee profession is back on his two legs. The Chamber Pot Lion of Cuban Students presented his sympathy to the Haitian Stud-
KlinOfficialg was picked up and dropped on his face when he led with a right ents at the "Cercle des Etudiants. last Thursday evening. In a fiery
O ica H r. e OnI cross during an incident over a eoacola one night last week on the speech, M'r. Riviera stigmatized the odious act perpetrated at the Hai-
S Special Mission night club circuit. -..........................tian Embassy in Havana and pointed out that this gesture of the Cu-
a: Madame CHEA READ opened a flashy restaurant bar and dan- ban Police was neither that of the University nor that of the Cuban
Mr. Harokld Warrent, top- cing next to the new -Banda Club, on the Bizoton Road last night, people in regard to the Haitian people.
.. ranking functionary of the Depart The name .Mocambo' is in neon lights. L I Io'-.o(, S I >
; meant of State at Washington, D.C.- THE REVEREND AND MRS JOHN D. JESS, of Wheaton, Illinois, !Sm t ig N
arrived here early this week on Radio Evangeli.t of Chapel of the Air who are heard over 28 Sta- l
-, an information tour through the tions daily in 30 States are stopping with the Turnbulls in Ferma- 'S n n r u
"; Antilles. The career diplomat had thes. They have just visited their organisation's Orphanage in Reeife, "
ISomething e.
.- visited Puerto Rico and the Do- Brazil. They have helped with Relief Work in Haiti since Hazel and- *
.- minican Republic prior to coming their latest 'assistance, was in -lrintidg of the New Testament in ,
S' to Port-au-Prince. Creole and the building 'Jes' Rest,, missionary rest home of Ferm- DID
------ -....- athes for missionaries from hotter areas of Haiti. f ttN/5I n
S HOUSE WANTED.-Desire 3 or .THE JACMEL ROAD, seriously damaged by the rains two weeks -
4-bedroom, 2-bath, furnished hou- ago, was re-opened to Traffic on Wednesday November 21st.
se; preferably with large garden Mr. JULIAN P. FROMER, State Department official for Haitian e sa i ,
and attraetive elevated location. Affairs, was entertained by U.S. Embassy Counselor and Mrs John '
Apply.-cHaiti Sun-. Paul Barringer at their Canape Vert residence.
Mr. EMMANUEL.ALMONACY replaces the late Georges Cartright W --
; '. at 'the Cap Haitien City Council. The new Council includes: Louis An- LWAYS ,'ji U ALWAYS
..' dr&, Pr6sident; Louis Durand and Emmanuel Almonancy. '.'
.". "' .. .XHLA BATAILLE DE VERTIERES, 153rd anniversary was ,comme-' $ 'ASK ASK
{i..,. ''^morated in Vertifres on November 18 Mr Joseph Thomas, professor 4
"" at the Cap Faitien Lycee, lectured on the different pliasbs of this histo
r. i'ni.:, ic. battle in the war of Independance. HiFOR b j FOR.
,-. .AT THE CONGRESS ON SUGAR in Geneva, Haiti has been elected
'' member of the Economic and Administrative Committee. The Haitian ,
_.. delegation includes Mr. Gerard Laforest and Mr. Frederic Hasler: 4t YOUR 1 YOUR
.' 'r. ]Mr. JEAN PIERRE LEGRAND, Manager of the Shell Company'will 4 A
tand at the helm of International Club of Commerce in the absence ,STAMPS W NIlE STAMPS
it f President Herard C.L. Roy who left with the Haitian delegation STAMPS STAMPS
'.' ror the U.N. IX General Assembly. ,. 4
[" V Mr. JAMES MARQUEZ, president of thd -Pan American Federation ,
....- f Architects made a brief st6p in town last week. Engineers Ewald, A new system of cooperative discount staihps called
?.:." i iS,*n y "-'aillire, Tipplnhauer, Brun and Godefroy, offered a lunch in his hon- G Coupon d'r is now in existence. The little gold,
r ................................................ .. stamp That saves",you money! That wins you'
"iW ... THE "CHOEIU qUIMIDOR. will give a concert at the auditorium of 4 money!
b0 'he French Institu.' .n December 1st. A You will now receive absolutely free these valuable
S'' THE BIBLIOTHEQUE NATIONALE (National Library) has just Coupons d'Orc with every purchase you make at thec
received 4,000 books, a donation from the late French intellectual rate of one eCoupon d'Or, for every 10 cents purchase a
.. 'rs. Carrere. for cash on payment or not later than 5 days after due ,
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.."." H, Mrs. HENRI BORNO was honored by'the Guatemalan B'oletii In- 4 date. '
*s'. "'- s ,)Wrmativo, which published 'an elogious article on her. The same ma- 4 These Couponsd'Or can be redeemed as Cash for
-'"; "-ss., azin" e congratulated Morisseau Leroy for his -Anatole. and !he '*Ra- 4 merchandise at any of the business firms who are au-
-.. .a'a ... ............................. .......... .... :.. ........ thorized.to distribute Coupons d'Or.
AN EARTHQUAKE was enregistered at 7:00 A.M. last Saturday You will also receive free, a collection book to paste
'i, Gonaives, Gros Mqrne, Plaisance and almost everywhere in the A 1200 eCoupons d'Or which is worth $2.00, plus a lot-
;., =. *". North West Departmdnt. The earthquake lasted only two seconds. tery coupon attached, with which you may win as ma-r
i." ny as 180.000 ((Coupons d'Of, and other prizes such,
N Oas an automobile, frigidaire, radio, and many nation-
I ., ally advertised appliances.
The following merchants are now distributing cCou-



RUSSO FRE ES erard C. L. Roy ed every Friday at t
Firestone (The Only Tire Haiti Motors


Brand Giving Coupons d'Or Daccarett Frres
Au Lincoln La Mondaine
4 ''' "' ^ Boucherie dng Champ de Mar s Pharmacie Centrale
i^ .' Vf iJ' ^3 ^f' JIISISJU^" '^:' H ,[i ,^i'^^ ^ Bar onks. Casr.e- nlsdm pcae

.,, o ,, + ./ FR RE / -\\ h aeso h ti agheso r.Mrian ei a ,i r. L 1-!. Roa,, ed evry i ynanth Ph'r X)
dP SucBession Paul Gauthier Pierre Sada & Fits



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Dunbrik Dintex d'Haiti Librairie Select
: Charles Dejean & Co. MaitsonClaude Jeager
S- .. Raymond Flambert Continental Trading Co.
= ..C ,'Denis & Co. La Boite & Musiqte
The Souvenir Shop -2 stores Club Camaraderie
Usine a Glace Nationale gives Brand Giving -Coupons d'Or'
"1 'Coupon d'Or, for 3 caIp of 'Alpha' (The Nylon Tooth
4. "F .,' Citadelle Kola and Canada brush that -Coupons d'Or,
:." < 'i. ..-wu' :d' $ }Si [ 4t: Dry soft drinks. Caps rde-enclosed in package) 4

-- The names of th~e .twin daughters of Mrs. Marcianne Regis was edfo te0.000loano "Coupons d'Or vfh$O. wl eaad
It S PLUS BELLE, MOSAIQUES drawn in the weekly birthday bottle of Grant Scotch Whisky" 'Ti- ec o he'etsogno Cupn 'r
H IA ITIENNE rage' at the 'Sun. office this week. The pretty demoiselless. pre-a [ Not e'.ceding 50 words. Contest closes Dec. 25, '56
SB[I sented themselves at the 'Sun' office and it was discovered by some[
OO iccident their names appeared ip this last 'tirage' when their birth-[ Cie Pmtblicitaire d'THaiti, S.A. toill be the sole judge in select-
.' "days are not until January. Too late to make a rectification, the[ ing the lWinner.
: L c. PLACE G EFFR AR ,D twins will not be eligible next year. ,, ..,, _,
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Sunday, November 25th 1956 HAITI -SUN


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

BUY HAITIAN MADE GOODS

It is time that loyal manufacturers started to use the pa-
triotic slogan ((Buy Goods Well Made in Haiti,. It is time the
purchaser studied the fact that some goods can be as well
if not better made in their own country than abroad.
The list of articles manufactured 'in Haiti today is becom-
ing longer-afinually and they are attaining a higher standard
of quality and are retailing at better prices than most fbr-
eign imports. Snobism is responsible in most cases for the
purchaser's preference for foreign goods.

DISCOVER THE BEAUTIFUL BAY IN YOUR BACKYARD
*Port-au-Princiens have one of the world's most ideal bays
as a play ground but few play in it. Protected from hurrica-
,nes and blessed with an on and off shore breeze that normal-
ly changes at mid-day its waters have next to no beasties
roaming its depth.
With an unbreakable record of no deaths or injured by
sharks or barracudas the bay is ideal for all types of water
sports.
Captain Ace Coben, veteran of the skies and the seas who
is contemplating building up a new yacht club is firmly con-
vinced that the future of Haiti's tourism lies in the exploita-
tion of its natural bay. eGreat strides have already beer
made, said Capt. Ace this week, and he pointed out that what
man here would invest a $1,000 dollars in a boat and outboard
motor six years ago., Although they are numerous today,
there is room for hundreds more and if there are no Haiti-
ans enjoying the beautiful bay, how can the tourists be enti-
ced away from ,terra ferman, reasons Captain, Ace.


AVPLEflhiV


HELP FOLLOW
STUDENT


HUNGARIAN


Dear Editor,
I.just received a letter from'
a friend in Kingston, Jamaica
and was surprised to learn that
the students of the University
College of the West Indies have
opened a fund for Hungarian stu
dents.

I think that the Haitian Univer
sity students should imitate
their fellow Jamaican students.
It is not a question of money but
it is the gesture that counts.
In this troubled time of ours,
when millions of human beings
are fighting fo the right to li-
berty and happiness, it is an
imperious duty for those who
still believe in human dignity
and are more or less enjoying
it, to show that they deserve
to be free and that the suiffer-)
ings of others are also their
sufferings.
(S). I Beleive.


WHY NO ZOO


TRADITIONAL PAINTING OF HOUSE FOR CHRISTMAS Dear Editor.


The tradition of painting the homes and shops before X-
mas is one-of the most commendable traditions that is prac-
ticedby the shop keepers, the owners of large villas down
to the inhabitants of ti-caillesv.
The painting of homes which adds a touch of color to the
city comes at a time when a new and bigger tourist season
is about to opening and does much to heighten the tourist's
estimation of this country.
The City Hall would be well advised to offer an annual
prize for the best re-painted home and store iq the Capital
to stimulate this practice.


TO SEE THE REAL HAITI

IN. LEISURE AND COMFORT
TO DISCOVER THE CHARM
-AND BE.A-UTY OF THE COUNTRY


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After watching the interest
manifested by the Haitians over
the arrival of an elephant, lions,'
bears and monkeys, I think it's
high time that Haiti has a zoo-
logical Garden.
In this Zoological Garden, rare
Haitian birds and animals could
find a sanctuary and animrtals
from all over the world could


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chance with


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be installed in beautiful tropical
setting where tourists and local
people alike could enjoy a heal-
thy stroll on a Sunday afternoon.
As to the expense of the Zoo
a small entrance fee or dona-
tions could keep it going.

I am sure the Ambassador of
Liberia, Mr Davies will be inte-
rested in this project and could
even supply a few animals from
Liberia. Mr. Wildman, recently
on a courtesy visit from Austra-
lia with whom I have discussed
this idea has kindly offered to
send over a kangaroo from his
native' habitatt.
SI think that the Hotel de'Ville
should give a little thought to
that matter and look forward to
its realisation. Ciudad Trujillo
has succeeded' in building up
and maintaining a fairly good
zoological garden.

If,the cEdilltd. takes such a
measure, it will contribute great-
ly to the education of the peo-
ple. Besides, -this will provide
good recreation for them and
will avoid the onerous burden
of calling Pi circus here since the
animals with due respects to the
artists of eCirco BrazilD are the-
most interesting side of such
troupes.
(S): Zoologist.


CIRCUS TIME HE*E
BE LIMITED


SHOULD


Mr Editor,

You don't imagine -how much
joy people find by simply tell-
ing each other these simple
'words that are th same all over
the world aThe Circus Is Com-
ing To Town).
Many a Haitian who have


never seen before an elephant or
a lion were all eager to welcome
enthusiastically the cCirco Bra-
zil- which arrived here last
weekend. There is no doubt that
the people' and especially kid-
dies who usually do not find
enough recreation will have
much fun during the circus visit
here .

Indeed, the iCirco Brzilb
must be congratulated for the
quality of its shows which are
no less beautiful and entertain-
*ing than those of larger groups
In the-U.S. and Europe.
All over the world, circus memr
hers-are- reputed to be very
rough and ill-educated, but I
can say that this is different for
the Circo Brazib whose mem-
bers should be praised for their
behavior in a foreign country..
But, -Mr Editor, I think thit
the sojourn of this 'cirus here
should be limited as it is done
in' every., town' of the United Sta
tes.' This is to avoid too much
waste'of money which is so rare
in this country. ;.'

I want to make it clear, Mr:
Editor, I have nothing against
the Circo. Brazil abd I presume'
that they will understand why 1.
worry so much about the econo-
mic strain that will be left on
many family budgets when they
will fold. 'their tents. And, fur-'
ther-more, where is all this mo-
ney going? Is that visit profita-
ble to us? What will be the re-
sult of all this if the circus is
allowed to stay more than a
week?


These are as ma
that I am asking M
and that 1 bring to
ledge. .' '

Very Truly,'
-' ..'":-"-ghident


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of Finance.


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Ace Percy Powell Demonstrates Progress


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Water-Skiing Now Major Sport
From the Casino pier along the waterfront to the beach ready thrilling sport, Percy does
area of Arcachon and la Mer Frapp6e from Saturday to Sun- away with the towing line and
day and often on weekdays the Port-au-Prince bay echoes the climbs out of the boat while it
' drone of motor-boats and glistens from ,the walls of spray is in motion and skis along hold-
sent up by water-skiers as they carve up the placid harbour ing on to the side of the boat.


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the weekend sport of the healthy
sea loving Port-au-Princiqns. who*
are not afraid of'a .little vitamin
D. Bach week sees new enthu-
siast joining their ranks and old
spearfishermen swapping their
rusty .spear-guns for $50 wooden
or plastic skiis. In four years the
tater.-slding population has
grow2'ito- over a hundred.
S The first group of ski fanatics
were born on 'the bay in .1952
when .'Gerard Wiener borrowed
a zair of water-skiis from a PAA
employee.' Franek Wilson pulled
the, sport-loving Gerard albn'g in
his cris-craft, motor boat: Ge.,
rard who has since laid up his
Ssaliis interested Percy. Powell who
in turn brought Lt. Fritz Ldon,
young Serge Lochard and Major
Paul Corvingtonr uider the in-
Sfluence of the'water-sport. -
The old hands are still leading
as the most proficient and spec-
. taeulia skiers in this region. To
such an extent have they pro-
'gressed that today they no long-
er ski on two skis but dance
about the waves on one .ski behind
an out-board powered boat at a
* speed of 35 miles an hour like
members of scene.
The ntImber 1. team is compos
Sed of 35 year old.' Garage-pro-
Sprietor Percy Powell, Major
Paijl Corvington, director of the
Military Academy, Robert' Lafo-
restrie and Arnolf Dejepn who
in the past four'years'have spent
some 2,596 hours. caressing the
Waves. '
AX&tStar i-.
* The result is' stupendeous.
Last Sunday from a grandstand,
. wooden, plank end of the Casino
Yacht pier; your reporter, watch-
' ed,'Percy' Powell do his regular
Sunday ziorning exercises.
Two young nephews, Robert
Ldiforestrie and Arnolf Dejean


his homemade stubby 15 x 10 inches Ski Percy Powell
trdvets with great ease over the bay.


reclindd that makes the perfor- The only danger'in this is that
mance look as simple but much the skier if he should slip would
more graceful than jumping be chopped up by the propellor
down the siow. of the outboard motor.
Not satisfied with the conven- Ace Thinking of Yacht .Club
tional manner Percy has made The man who ski enthusiasts
himself two little skis which say deserves the -most credit for
measure 15 inches by 10 inches launching this sport here is a le-
with tennis shoes attached. Per- gendary figure who recently re-
cy who admits he found the mo- turned to the local scene- from
del in a Popular Mechanic- book six months of flying over the
gets going on these stubby skis. jungles of Honduras. Capt. Ace
from a flying Saucer, a disc on Coben who won. fame in the
which he sits until the boat hits thirties by building 'his own air-
top speed and then he slips off planes put his talent to good
and carves a heavy trail over the use here and designed and built'
water. the first water skiing boats on
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On the same flying saucer if the
water' isn't too rough (from the
wake of other motor boats) 'he
&an turn completely around at
least six times.
Leaning back on his one-ski,
shooting back. and forth over
the wake of the tow boat and
skimming within inches of the
pier to drench your grippe suf-


Port-au-Prrnce oay. Ace wno
pointed out the wonderful poten-
tials of the unused protected wa-
ters Port-au-Princiens had .. at
their front door also demonstrate
ed how to exploit -it. It is believ-
ed that the veteran airman and
mariner is thinking of building
up a new yacht club.
Tourists Require It.
SAs more and more tourists


Making turns at the tiller of a firing reporter the ace even make water skiing a require-
wooden boat powered by ;a big makes the end graceful by sink- ment on their visit to a Caribth-
25-horse po*er Evinrude did their ing into th6 water like a ballet bean islewthey are only travelU-
bidding of the ace skier who dancer taking a final bow. ing- to the places that can pro-
vas some 45 feet behind holding One of the most spectacular vide this recreation.
)ntd the toggle end of a small acts is performed when two Water Jump
Lowing rope. skiers merged at 35 miles an At an expense of $500 Percy
Percy can do everything but hour, rid themselves of' three built a huge wooden water jump
stand on his .head on two skis skiis and end up together swish- at his Rue des Casernes'Garage
anmd. be towed backward with as ing along on one ski. This dra- and anchored it in the sea in
mwch ease as most pros go for- matic act Percy -and, Robert La- front of Captain Ace's. His wife
ward. fodrestrie have down to perfec- Marie was the first to follow
. His rone-ski 'technique is tion. him over this 8-foot leap into the
Faultless end he jumps over his To add more thrill to the al- air and land safely on the water.
'Before the jump became. ob-
solete two years ago, Elsa and
Ghislaine Scutt, Carol Madsen
anrd Micky Roy whom 'Percy re-
t calls were nore courageous than
,the men received assorted brui
ses in flying off this jump.
Today, Lt. Fritz Leon reflects
many of the assets that are de-
rived from this sport, ripping
muscles hnd' a healthy sun-tan.
Fritz has 'added an acqua-plane
to 'his collection of watef sport
apparatuses. 21 year old Serge
Lochard who was the first of
the group to ski backward' was
'J confined to *terra fermav for
six months because of an opera-
tion but is going back to the sea
again.
Water-skiing is not the sport,
'of the privileged class. It'is the
sport of all. Willy Rocourt dock-
master of the 'Casino pier 'has
,motor boats available alongwith
skis for a nominal fee and ema-
tears will always find a welcome
NO HANDS-:Ace. Skier Powaell holds 'ont th towing Line .at Capt. Ace's the Casino Pier
,Wth his toes while zooming along on one ski. or Paul Anson's


Sunday, November 25th 1956


POWERFUL NEW '57 CHEVVIES
ARE ON THE STREETS


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Chevrolet's 1957 models went on display af SHASA's showrooms lon-
.ger, lower, more powerful and with more variety in style and color than
!veJ before.
Among innovations .offered this year by the U.S.'s biggest-selling mo-
tor maker are the first U.S. fuel injection system for a passenger-car
-optional at extra cost- and a new type torque converter automatic
transmission said to eliminate any trace of gear jerk.
O.yerall length of the cars is increased to 200 inches, although wheel-
base's remain at 115. And the appearance of extra length is added by
low lines and flared rear fenders.
A choice of five basic engines is offered in the 1957 models a
straight six at 140 horsepower and four V8s ranging in power rating
from 162 horses to a high of 283 in the Corvette V-8.
Displacement of the six-cylinder engine and the lowest-cost V-8s
remains at 235 and, 265 cubic inches, respectively, but wider bore on
the bigger V-8s givts an ojer-square engine measured at 283 inches.
Exhaust manifolds, distributors, ignition and clutches are among the
engine and power train items on which Chevrolet engineers claim
1957 improvements. I,
The Turboglide automatic transmission, featuring a single forward
driving position, consists of three turbines and two planetary gearsets
combined with a variable pitch stator and the conventional torque con-
vertor pump.
A total of 460 model-color combinations are offered a third more
than in 1956, and there are 16 solid and 15 two-tone color choices.
Windsshields are bigger and instruments are concentrated under a dash
panel hood. "


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kt must be good to pass the scrutiny of distillers
with over x3 years experience behind them.
JOHNNIE WALKER
L OU 182--S TILL GOING STRONG
,ry it today-you'll agree it's good
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Down Loerri



COFFEE POWDER AND HOI
Not too long ago, housewives a few *domestiques' at her serv-
did not need to set their clock at ice. They all help to prepare the
night in order to get up before powdered coffee.
the church bells rang the 'Ange- How Powder is Prepared
us. at 5 in the morning.Already at Madame Emmanuel is a good
4:30 A.M squads of little girls with friend of a .marchande who sup-
tjeir eyes still full of sleep were plies her with coffee at a special
rambling in the streets yelling: price. The girls' trill it in a large
-Min cafd grill6. or -Min cafe .lailHer' to separate the beans
grill, gros -connete suce (roasted from the waste and eventual small
coffee Here roasted coffee rocks. Then the coffee is washed
with a big cone of sugar), and grilled in a chaudiere, which
Times Have Changed is exclusively used for that oper-
Now times have changed and ation- This is to avoid any other
the little 'domestiques', though Itaste foreign to the genuine taste
they still rise early, no longer sell J
coffee and sugar before sunrise in I
the streets.
Coffee is sold almost exclusively w )
in the 6piceries or grocery sto- r
res. Now some enterprising folk /I "
have been preparing powdered l
coffee with modern equipment to
supply the retailers. And Nest ca-
fe has madeiits appearance on the
Haitian market.
But, in some sectors of the Ca- X i
pital where people cannot afford
to buy a package of Ipan coffee
(Haitian niade) or a box of Nes-
cafe, the #afe grille, trade still i !
exists and has kept its originality. I
Hot Coffee or Pulverized .-,
The "marchande caf6e is the
woman that sells hot coffee, while
the one who roasts the coffee and '
makes it into'powder is given no --
specific title. She may be Mada-- a -' -- -"
me Diehdonn6, Madame Telhom- of 'coffee. When the coffee starts
me o aaeEmne rjs
me orMadame Emmanuel or just to roast, it is mixed up with a
Madams Untel (Madame what- c e is
you-call-it)... the woman who sells Cil ler bs o den pon
'poudre caf6.. and a measure of raw brown sug-
_ar is added to it. As soon as the
Madame Emmanuel is a fat wo- coffee becomes black, it is trans-
man, energetic and is known not erred into a .-pilon' or in a -mou
for her'bad temper, but for the lin cafb" (coffee grinder) for the
quality of her poudre cafe which griinding operation.
produces an excellent beverage. The only thing they have to do
No one knows where she ha'ils then is to fill the screw-bags with
from, but she always claims to the right measure of powdered
have been born in Camperrian, one coffee usually two or. three
of the richst coffee centers oflae spoo
the South. arge spoons
H nci[. s But Maaame Emmanuel is an
Her cails is not different honest woman and that is why in
from those of other middle-class this sector of the Capital' ,ho'r-.
people of the lower class. She has coffee is preferred to that-o (Rt Sjr


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Rose' who puts corn and othrr
grains in the coffee to make it
en pile' (increase the volume) .,. ,
Besides, while one can obtain *. I N9
three cups of black, coffee (caf 6 --
Emmanuel's .boutique*, with a s&
fort) for..'anq cob' (1 .;.at.Mrs





corner of Sor Rose's coffee the
result is .caf d'leau' (American
type coffee).
Solicitude for n Workers
Although Mhdame Emmanuel is
always in bad humour, she treats
well her adomestiques.. When
the girls have grilled the coffee,
they are forbidden to go out at
night for they might catch a are-
froidissement, '(a bad cold). If
they have to go in the courtyard
to do some chore, they must put
on a hat and tie a scarf around
their necks. These girls also know
the secret of preparing hot cof-
fee in the typical Haitian manner,
for Madame Emmanuel has taught'
them well..
Special Diabetic Preparation
Some -marchandes, even sell a
special kind of grain ipois puan-
te' which slightly has the taste
of coffee for diabetic people, and IT'S THE FILTER THAT COUNTS
it is said that Seven-Day Adven-
tists converts who find it hard to L & M HAS THE BESTO
break with the habit of the mor-
ning cup of coffee, drink it at its -
place. I
Insufficient Income -
This trade, however, does not M 5
constitute a source of income for G.
the marchandes.' They have to do
something else in order to survi- H
ve. The few gourdes they realize R E
is just enough ,to keep the busi- A
ness going. The small benefit is FTA1SP
used for the daily domestic needs: C .
br ad oil, soap, etc... KING SZE
Their output is consumed strict-
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customers). They cannot supply E
the marchandes of hot coffee. And I UE U
most families do not buy it, seeing I 11 1\IM A
that it is more profitable to make TA
it themselves. iI i JI L "
On ((All Souls Day I .
SHowever, they do realize a lit. '.
tie hard cash on the eve of MAll ILERS *
Soulls Day. when many people UGET '
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occasionally if someone passes FLAVOR MVUCH LESS NICOTINE,
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Rico and the Azores would be an .instand success-, Pan Anierican
World Airways declares. PAA has asked the Civil Aeronautics Board
fo approval to inaugurate the new service, making four flights week-
ly -two in each direction- from Miami and an identical number
from Tocumen, airport for Panama and the Canal Zone:


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o" J ,I. f .. Wilbur L. Morrison of Miami.
I iGipt'V w 6 ~ n PAA's executiVe vice president
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I ia, 4 etResetwtions Vne3v'Ae route would join both Toc-umen
s Miafa oit S i Woi- r-nT DEVolyAE o5 la Airpojt, serving Panama and
M"RfrAli' vSC-Tj.,tSr-JURI... the Canal Zone. and Miami, gat-
Jeuoi et hDiMRJW.E _CDA eway for the Southeastern Unit-
i c90.ue PAVPSES ed States, with Lisbof, Madrid
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SPORTO.RICO i existing North Atlantic routes,
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Spanish government.
-',Our concept of initial servi-
ce,Y' said Morrison, "calls.' for
a---four flights weekly-two in each
direction between Miami, Ro-
|me and the intermediate capit-
'als, and an identical pattern, of
service from Panama, with
flights stopping at Barranquilla,
Colombia, and Caracas, "Venezue-
la, before reaching the transat-
lantic takeoff point at San Juanb.
An ,extremely conservative
esti-matev of 13,590 passengers
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route the first year with rapid
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Carefully arranged merging
schedules would tie in the new
route with. a wide range of
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Puerto Rico's importance as an
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ly. enhanced, with resultant aid
to the commonwealth's economy.
Cultural and commercial ties
between Southern Europe apd
Latin America, including ready
movement of the most desirable
type of immigrants for these
areas, would be greatly strength-
ened..
Morrison said PAA would use
four-engine, radar-equipped, long
range DC-7B and DC-7C Super
Clippiers cruising at 350 miles
an hour over the 5,027-mile Mia-
mi-Madrid and the 5,402-mile Pa-
nama-Madrid legs.
Known as the San Juan-Madrid
application (PAA already serves
other sections of the new route),
the sunshine airway would- also
tie in closely with schedules to
South Africa at Madrid, and
PAA's around-the-world service at
Rome. Connections to Northern
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lian capital.
Spain dispatched a special
emissary and Puerto Rico an of-
ficial delegation to Washington
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Sunday, November 25th 1956H T NaE


T were well stabilized, agricultur- was in 1522. There were many to
e hi stl e a d t e wip al countries whose people on the follow. And from the earliest
Sn unrestrained trade in slaves be- some slaves -managed to slip
ceremongan. their bonds and escape into the
VODUN ceremonies in today's world is inherited from the an- were unable to endure heavy la- The religion of these Africans mountains and forests. Historians
Haiti have two distinct forms, cient African rituals. Also, how- bor in the hot lowlands, and ma- was largely animistic. Rhythm, tell us that these fugitive gTer-
the Rada and the PNtro. The Rada ever, Its presence in the peristy- ny died under the rigorous sys- dance and song' played a large rilla 'bands used drums and prac-
ceremonies are the older of the le reminds the Haitian peasant tern. As the Indians were exter- part intheir rituals Drums play- priced their religious rituals as
two, with their origins in Africa. of the Cross of Christ that he minated, West Africans were im- ed a dominant roale in establish- they remembered them, with
They are dedicated to deites that sees today in the Church, as well ported to replace them. In this ing the rhythm of the dances new deities appearing along with
are said to shun violence, as in the village hunfor. change, from work done by in- Ad drums were thought -to in- the older deities who bad come
Petro rites, on The 6ther hand, Just so, the whip of the Petro dividuals within families to mass terpret the voices of deities. The with them from Africa.
were born in the New World. ritual is not only an instrument production on huge plantations,, crack of the whip and the sound It was in the mid-eighteenth
They are Haitian in origin, and which calls the spirits; it is also the slave suffered greatly; any of the whistle were used in ma- century, most authorities agree,
addressed to deities which repre- the whip of the slave days, the possibility of kind treatment di- gic practices and were believed that P6tro rites inade"their first.
sent the forces of violence. Just symbol of, that over which the appeared. to concentrate spiritual power. appearance. By this time, the
as the protective Rada deities Haitians triumphed. The whip is SLAVES were transported to With the arrival of the slave- French ruled the island. At ma-
seem to hawe grown out of the a reminder that the P tro Vo. the western hemisphere from hunters, these patterns of living ny places and at many times
generally stable society of the dun had its pa in rallying the practically all the kingdoms of were brutally broken. Men, wo- they outlawed social or religious
West African a kindom of eDaho rebels to the insurrections that Africa, from what is today men and .children were captured, meetings-of both slaves and
mey, so the aggressive Pkg trodeiwere finally to bring indepen- French Senegal to the area that chained together, herded across freed Negroes. But Vodun per-
mey, so the aggressive Ptr dence to Haiti. ,now comprises Angola .(Portu- deserts and through jungles, un- sisfed,'Openly where possible, se-
ties seem to have made their 'ap-
pearance in direct reaction to the The first shipment of Africans guese Congo). Some of these Ne- der a blistering sun and through cretly when. necessary.
rualitie t the sgro the New Wor ook paen roes were- slaves in African fa- the cold nights. In 1706 the American colonies
brutalities of the slave system, to the New World took plate in rallies, even before they were'
srystee o1 the N oslv e 503, when the slave-trading miles even before they were The drums bad ceased beating declared their independence
responding to the Negro's need hips landed Negroes in St. Do- sold in the ports or the markets for their dances; the whistle and from Britain in the midst of a
to -strike back against the cruel- toipsabndedEurooes,-trad.rs.
ties of exploitation. mingue, as Haiti was then 'call- to Arab or Euopean traders. the whip had become symbols 'of war which ended victoriously
ties of exploitation. d. At that time, Vodun, in va- 'violence and power. From then for them in 1781. In, 1789, the
Serious forms, was practiced in all on, in the,huge African markets French Revolution began. And
In Ptro ceremonies, two ins- f Western Africa, the old home where the ships loaded their on August 14, 1791, the first of
truments unknown to the Rada of the major part of Haiti's pre- human cargp, the harsh crack of the insurrections in St. Domin-
ritual are used: the whip and sent population. The name of the the whip a'd,-the shrill -corn- gue was launched-a spark had
the whistle. The crack of the whip Supreme Being, the namhes of mand of the whistle were ever-pre set off the tinderbox.
calls the Petro -spirits,, concen- the spirits, the ritual, the drum -"e" reminders to the captive Ne At a Vodun ceremony, conduct
rating and releasing the power beat, had varied: but .the overall gSroes t tat their deities had aban- ed by a huntgan named Bouk-
of the active and violent loas. The pattern was the same in all Wpest coned them. mail, held in the middle of a
shrill sound of the whistle ser- Africa. How many reached the coast great storm, the Petro deities
ves to dramatize the ceremonies, Slavery was not. n ew to Africa Of St Domingue? Hundreds died were called, upon. Ali partici-
to underscore and to emphasize, i i the sixteenth century. Fres- Uin their chains on shipboard, pants swore to follow Boukman.
In the Vodun temple, or peris- coes of anclen't Egypt picture the from starvation, thirst and ill A week later, the revolution was
ryle. the whip is tied to the wall use of Negro slaves for agrIcul- treatment. i swing.
or to the central pole, the poteau tural and domestic work in the Then, families broken, nations with thunder rumbling over-
Legbo. which supports the apex days 9f the Pharaohs. The Bible plit apart tribes dided, t head, with the whips cracking
of 'h -achd a Lsplit apart, tribes divided, they Id the shrill sound of the whist-
of the thatched pavilion. This in- itself'gives ample evidence of were sent to the plantations as and
congruous instrument in a sacred the use of slaves; it states that slaves. The division of tribes le, the Petro leas were sunmon-
place of worship is always im. theccendants of Ham, the dark and of families was deliberate, ed. The spirit of war, the spirit
pressive and always moving Like skinned son of Noah, would As the supply of men and w0- to avoid the possibility of orga- of steel, all the spirits of reven-
the cross and the sword which serve the sons of his two broth, men born to slavery diminshed. nized resistance. Frequently, a ge were invoked. The wa for
also have their places in the pe. ers, Shem and Japheth in the early days of the six- slave could-'iot speak the same Haiti's independence -had begun.
ristyle, the whip is a symhnr But forthousan'ds of years, teeiith century, African king-.laguage as the man laboring It lasted thirteen- years. Thou-.
which has more than one mpan- the African slave 'had been inte.- d dms egan to fight each other next to him in the fields. sands .died, but a nation of free
ing. The sword, whose blade grated ilto the family of his own in order to replenish the de- THE only bonds among them men was born.
er. Ths, in spite of a complete mands of the New World's mar- were ancestral practice of magic
thrust into the group nd in l os ,n site of a. kets. Raids by Africans on other cere amonies, the traditiceonal formagic
front of the altar of the hunfor, lossI' St dS- ceremonies, the traditional form hstusee
not differ greatly from that .of Africans wereorganized, cr of their tribal regions, and
is part of a traditional African the free but poor, or from'that were buried, villages destroyed, their longig for 'liberty. They
ritual to halt the spirits, so they of the laboring class as a whole. and whole tribal populations were unable to carry from Afri-
fray o no farther. It is also a In the sixteenth century, how- were captured to be -sold ijkto sla ca tie instruments of-their reti-
reminder to the modern Haitian ever, vast 'numbers of slaves very. Man-hunting became Af.ri. remonies. The arts o
that his freedom was prepared in were needed fof large-scale work ca's most lnta-ative profession. ,wood carvin.g. making symbolic
and that he had to conquer his tons of the Americas. At 'first their viLlages, were uprooted were soon forgotten. -But some.
masters to win his liberty, the slaves of the plantation owl- from civilizations which, in ma- how- the rhythm and the tradi J
The cross, Vodun symbol of ers in the West Indies and in ny cases, approached that of Eu- tion of the drum and tUie dance
the crossroads and of contact Central and South America were rope in the Middle Ages. Many survived- i iI
with the four corners of the Indians. These aboriginal slaves of the kingdoms, like Dahomey- The first slave revolt recorded
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tomime in his new folklore sketches are being lauded. He
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Dear ,Mary, I
I have to air my feelings so
it might as well be in your co-
lumn and wvho knows some good
may come of it.
I am fed up with the boring
existence of my fellow .country-
men. They do the same things
day in day out all thefr lives. No
wonder our country is progress-
ing at snail pace. Nobody is in-
terested in changes. The hai-
tians are becoming as tradition-
al as the English which is no
complimentary. The only people
who go out and discover the real
physical Haiti are the, Tourists
who appreciate it and don't dam
it like a lot. of neighbors I know.
I am throwing my*'boy friend
over because -he is just another
conventional, Sou'1- who would
probably insist on'our children
doing all the same things he did.
Go to bed early-go to the sea (In
season with family) go' to Kens-
coff (In season with family)
If only he would ask ane to go
for a healthy wal e over the hills
or valleys Explore a new or old
part of the country. Move closer
to nature instead of jetting all
dolled up to go to the stuffy mo-
vies or that eshow-off ride (if
ou ,have an a2to) aldng the Bou-
levard.,
I feel like sitting on top of one
of our big mountains widh the
wind in my. hair, just alone
With my thoughts. But my boy
friend and family with their ty-
pically perverted suspicious
minds think I've .got a date' on
the mountain top or am heading
for Pont' Beudet. .
I'm sick of doing the same
same' thing and aistehing to the
same. same conversations
(S) Tired Out.
Dear Tired Out,
As you are airing your feelings
ind have not asked for a, answ-,
"'- I'll just make a recommenida-
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responsibility and blame to other.
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HAITI SUN


Sunday, November 25th 1956


THE IrTI -I l 'TH THE CHIEF- To the question asking
THlE INTERVIEW WIHTECHIEF'^^r~i~
wculdEbe the conditions of
OF POLICE OVER THE general comportment of
F POLI E VER T E members of the Amy' 'du
AIRPORT AFFAIR Ithe electoral ,period, Col
ArX "' Prosper declared that obe
Colonel Marcaisse Prosper, Chief of Police, in an inter- instructions of President Ma
view with the'Director of Le Matin, last Saturday morning re, orders have already .been
was front-paged by the local press following its publication e de to all members of the ae
in the November 18th issue of the daily. itc carry out measures that
Important declarations concerning the role of the Military assure order and public '
Police is called upon by the law to play during the present quality so that all the citi
Electoral campaign,in order to guarantee order and security may freely exercise their ri,
to maintain equity among the candidates were made by the Besides, the President of
distinguished Commander of the Military Department of Po- Republic, himself often in s;
lice. ing to the memberss of the.


whi,
the
the
ring
onel
ying
gloi-
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army
will
tran-
izens
ghts.
the
peak-
Mili-


recently returned to Port-au-
Prince from a medical check-up
and sojourn in the United States,
he ptroinptly granted the inter-
view touching upon the airport in
cident on the occasion of the ma-
nifestations heralding tie retprn
from the 'U.S. of Senator Louis
Dejoie, first to declare his candi-
dacy for'.tle coming presideflti4I
elections.
To the eight pertinent questions
asked by thie journalist, Colonel
Prosper, in swell-known courteous
and cooperative attitude for which
pressmen. hail him, furnished am-
ple and edifying responses. '; .
e1 sincerely regret the trouble
at the airport, although the nature
of the cries uttered- by the Djoie
supporters, was judged by th e
guards as being seditious.,
Stating that persistent rumours
of a colossal demonstration by De
joie's paitishns and, a counter-de-
monstration by his .adversaries
had been circulating since the eve
of Ws arrival, thee p oifee ere
cbliged'to send'oit a htav'y' squad
t* prevent any .trouble. Pointtingt
out that the gendarmes do not
necessarily have the same refle-
xes as Officers, they were evident-
ly expecting to find a seditious Colonel Prosrd er Chief of Police
meeting. When two or three exalt,
me eingWhedln twou othie e I t-henceforth. include special hd ltary Departuent, of the Nation-
ed individuals found nothing bet- adequate instructions to. avoid alt al Palace or the ilitary Depart-
terd t do. thair to manifest their t h anale o t la Depart
crying s to d an t ies thei .r kexces, inutiles., f .e ment if.the Police, that as:keep-.
joy rying roVived sa ibertI h, or The question of whetHer the ir- .ers of the public force, their
another who cried ba thas eugo- der to 'bouscuil6r, th crowd had .uty under all circumstances is
re; vive D6joie that was enough come froii the Prefet' af Po rt-au- to'cofdrm, .heir conduct'to his
to dedlncner the mechanism Prince, Colonel Prosper dpiedowinmaintaiingn eual b
Difficulty eon trolahle. that such an allegation could only 'ance among the candidates no
The C'blonel expressed his personal come from thb personal enemies matter what their personal sym-
satisfacion 'upoin 'learning that of the Prefet, as everyone knows pathies: or personale.atin Osities,
the officers of his Department did that civil authorities are directed ncr matter what the particular
not lose control of themselves and by the law to call on the Army attitudes of the candidates: who
ed s imme diattely reestabl and tb have no contact direct with' dccla're themselves cuffiCigh Q"
ed order at the airport. the guards. Only through the rmembers-of the opposition.
The President of the Republic Chiefs can contact be established colonel Prosper' further' stat-
had not been indifferent concern- with the army. ed:,.xThe Police will in no way,
ing the D6joie' affair, Colonel Colonel Prosper said that he tolerate that any electoral mani-
Prosper continued, stating that as was not aware of Senator De- festation degenerate into a sub-
suon as the~news had been brought joie's partisans being molested by Yersive manifestation against,
to hima, PresidentY Magloire call- members of the Army, but in so the public order. Nor will it be
ed in Major AXdrien alville, the far as he is concerned' le gave tol rated 'that insults 'be addres-
Colonel's replaceinent during his assurance that the Military De. se d to, the person of the Presi-
absence, as well ds Captain JSc- apartment of the Police of Port-au- dent 'of the Republic or' any
ofes 'Etienne, the senior officer Prince has always tried to assure other 'top-ranking functionary
entire security to all citizens, If criticisms must 'be made
President Magloire who is na- without distinction. against their public acts, that
rurally an oldhand when it co- I have even given 'orders-to oan pass,'but irnsWtt, deflamato-
mes. to knowing the workings of the Officers of my Department to ry remarks, such ds ,those flung
the army, immediately interpret- grant particular attention to the about during the meetings, for
ed 'the. situation of the guards candidates who sollicit any kind example at La Saline, or the
in a similar sense to his own of protection either for their per- throwing of rocks against: the
Colonel Prosp r stated, but hbw- son, their residences or, their par cars of candidates on their pas-
ever'issued formal instructions 'to Lisans,v the Colonel affirmed. I sage through the streets like at
the' Army Chief of Staff that the He also shid that officers fand Bel Air, last Tuesday, will not
courseA ordinarily effected in all in fault are regularly *judged aft-' be tolerated by the 'Poltce.-
organizations of the army showing er investigation' and disciplinary Stating that he op'ed the
'them their duty and obligations measures are meted out in punish- Press would collaborate by era-
towards the collectivity should ment if they are found guilty. phasizing these things so that
-tha n,,hlin nwuld h b educated to-


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wards the measures' being taken
to -guarantee public security and
the tranquility of the families,
Colonel Prosper referred to, the
model manner in which the re-
cent elections'were held in the
United States.
Asked his opinion on the ten-
dency that certain groups have
for ressuredting certain thorny
questions such as the question
of color which is likely to di-
vide the Haitian family, anew,
Colonel Prosper made the follow
ing declaration:
I 4I must admit that the reports
from the police which I have
consulted, signal in fact, this ten
dency on the part of several


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groups. Naturally, I estime that his reiteration of his statement
it is more the duty of the Press that he was counting especially
to emphasize the danger. that on the Press to assist in making
all e.aggeralion in this dired-' the citizens understand all .the
tion presents. For my part, I be- advantages that the country can
lieve that if President Paul E. draw from their patriotic comn-
Magloire vwas able to realize so portiment, on the occasion of the
many things during his term, coming elections, and to the can-
it is because he based his policy didates the. moral benefits they
on a true national union in con- can draw to cincllner bien bas
nection with'* which he has al- devant.,le resultat de l'4lection
ways been strict in maintaining and. conduct themselves c en ci,
his policy for the best good of, vili4dsz towards the President
us all. elect of the Nation-no matter
whom he may be, ,as was done
The long interview granted by' by democratic cancdqate Adlai
Colonel Prosper concluded with Stevenson.'

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BY EMILE.ROUNIER JEREMI1E
En sept jours, oun jeune Joal, chef etat major Moise Day-
an craze armne gyptien F'en p~nirsule Sinai. 'I'ime Magazine
rapport lors tanks ac artillerie cabest& advance Isra~liens.
Moise Dayan couri l'en bataille la pou 1' di commandant op6-
rations yo: -.Li 1 heure apr~s-midl, a 5 heures foc ou prend
Abu'Aweigila anvant lan nuite tomb... A six heures, farceur
...a t'ap toujours balance en place. Moise Dayan remplacF 1' im-
aS modiatement par oun officer qui t& cab fonc 'en guiole l'en
'fer. Pendant l'heure a nime guerriers israelien emporte po-
blowing getsition ac cute baiornettes.
I ,n.!e | of the an n te Gain oun plaisir pour studiants la Nble tend& toute noms
A ,... ry pl"mbe g.ra el que Hcbreuxte fine illustre depi l'Eaode just 1en temps
na spirit of.... mis u ge Rois. David Ben Gurion que nous mette r'hler David Macha-
^.' A^b e, malgr6 oun la fievre choual quLi tA sou li pas manque
,. '..... .., .- ......^ ....,^. ,. -fait discours 1'en -batterie. haut-parleurs, devant oun people
... .. .. '";" .. ... ,. .enthousiasme:
,"- -Paroles Prophete Isaie yo accompli,. commence di...
As the runners approach the finish line,. a film begins to unwind Haitiens ignorant qu'ap prend francde (m oun' appendice,
inside the Racend Omega Timer (1). The winner crosses the finish oun bande lombrite pas connin plaisi pavoles oun, porte ap
line and -leaves his picture on the film (2). Tfie film moves on stead- roul 1'en bouche li, joie creation.
ily to record the arrivals of-successive runners (3). The time track Angl& a baille- -In that day shall the Egyptliins be like
along the bottom of the film is calibrated into minutes, seconds and yrt women and they shall tremble with fear because of the
1/10th and 1/100th seconds_ [shaking of the hand of the Lord of Hosts, wiirlit 1h shaketh
over them!...
O:,, STORM IN HAITI, Puristes 'qu'ap serr6 musse yo pou deux gnhitif& smvi pas
ST R I HAITI employee mette hablabla parce que grammairiensy constai& lors
po6te.s cr66.
The wind was blowing gently France: En ce jour-la, l'Egypte sera comm Res' femmes:
In the top of the lang-lang tree elle tremblera et s'6pouvantera
A royal palm bent gracefully /a cause de la main de Yahweh des armeey
In a spirit of mischievous glee qu'il agite contre elle.


For the clouds were gathering darkly
In the pine- forest in the north
And the rain would soon be dancing
Acrosg.,the Canape Vert.
In a mighty second of silence
SThe raindrops could be heard &
Rushing thro' the treetops
: Like the. wings of a frightened bird
-The shadows had lengthened darkly
But the palm bent happy and free
Now the drops-were drumming a rythumrn
That marched thro' every tree


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The leaves beat an obligate
The rain came-pouring down
SWhile the tbirdh fl-w thr'rthe arches ,. "
-o.'.'fo tlih pergola: round and round ':;
,-. ". ,. '* .
The sky and' thettrees were-bleinded
In a dance of the ancient rights
: "' ,f the vodoo gods .and 'Godesse, '
and their many satellities
(> The storm left only silence
SThe palm and the lang-lang tree
were happy they paid no penance
' j It had left them tall and free.
A. K. -Dikini Sept 30th, 1956


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Madame Madeleine SylvainBuu- Feminists Await Court Decision...
chereau, noted lawyer and leader, a ie l i ..
Attorneys Cambronne and Franck (Continned from page 1)
Svlvain the other three members
9t the legal team representing the ing reparation for the violation years at'ler they first voted in Mu
women's group answered the Pu- -. tn-',r co.,,itluiuial riglitb by 'nicipal elections, when the de!ay
blic Ministry officer with heated 11C LI.y ut Purt-au-r-rince-. hilin voting national automatically
protests. L.tcia ,,A r.i.n n cLting the 'comes to an end, with or without
The courtroom packed to o'e,'- oiten,., c.au.e o01 Uie Airrte Fpecial legislation.
flowing outinto the halls of the was at tiner heaL whin his voice I
Palace of Justice echoed with the .Uderlinedt the words .Citoyenb The present status of Haitian
unrestrained satisfaction of the males in tine cZ:LaL t... Lng v omen is between that of an ap-
spectators as Attorney Rigal repos lloee beah Dae o it.istra.ziJ,, to prentice and a master with
ted the attack from the Prosecu- vote in the coming ele:tiunis for their first vote casting they sent
tor. ibenatur ut til ilepuo... Tne scien women to municipal seats'
spectators nowiea with delight at With their new political personali-
Judge Charmant rapped threhie the attorney's pronunciation ty, they can actually occupy all
ningly as he informed that this j!nide.> a ic uaLeiitionauy atop-;other non-elective government
was a Court of Justice and no such ped the accent circonflex often posts. A Haitian woman can be
disorder would be tolerated. ;making it zmal. nominated Secretary of State for
Port ait Prince's elegantly-garb-, Prosecuting Attorney Cherilus'any Ministerial Department-sh'-


(,CARACAS I)AILY JOURNAL)) Editor


ed feminists and sympathizers was back on his feet before the ,.an hqld the post of Ambassador, IN
turned out in large numbers atthe last part of the jurists presenta- Charge d'Affaires and other di <.
Court to aid and abet their cou- tien of the case against tLa Corn 'plomatlic functions. A Haitian wo-
rageous sisters of Ligue F6minine mune to protest against the side man can at present be named to Managing Editot of the Caracas Daily Journal and Mrs Horan on
d'Action Sociale who had carried -stepping of regular court proce-jthe bench of the Cour de Cassa- their return to Caracas last week after a five day visit to Haiti, are
a 25-year battle for women's rights dure, as he saw it, virtually throw lion, the highest court in tba! farewelled at Bowen Field by Venezuelan Charge d'Affaires Senor
to partial victory in the elections ing out the case as the lawyers land. Buroz
of January, 1955, when women vo- for the plaintiff came to the fore When she is eligible for pArti The Horans who came to Haiti for restful vacation discovered there
ted for the first time in the Mu- And the spectators thundered o ien she is eligible for parti-.were too many interesting things to do during such a short visit so
jiicipal elections, .t h e i r room-shaking cBOO- cipation in national elections she w ostomed their rest for their return visit next year.
Attorney Andr6 Rousseau re- OOH'S. causing Judge Charmant can become Presidente de la R- have postponed their rest for their return visit next year.
presented -La Commune de Port- to rise from the bepch and quit publique. The veteran journalist and his wife are both native Washington-
an-Prince*. the room. ians. They were lodged at the Hotel Ibo Lele. Both are at home in
During the heated discussions, The session then became Meanwhile Mrs Bouchercau the Spanish and French language.
the volume of the Code of Civil pandemonium as the crowd rush- and her nation-wide Ligue Femi- ,unI :t "duji*I.uu3 --m u--mm r
Procedure passed from the hands ed forward surrounding the mem nine d'Action Sociale oremuent CASIN0 T RDX ATTONAT
of the plaintiff to those of the bers of,the legal counsel. l e cie1 et la terre in their fight U ICijiA l AlJ
defense as the brilliant jurists as Madame Bouchereau, magni- for complete and unrestrained po
both sides turned to its pages to ficent in her flowing '- toge', litical recognition. Q A
read the clauses in defense% of stood receiving encouragement Miss Lydia Jeanty is the Lea- 1D' IT 9, A.
their cause. and handshakes hi her usual dig- gue's President -' .
Dramatic and .eloquent, Attor-Inified, cool mariner. Although T b-1a Froi Saturday 24th To Friday November 30th, 1956.
ney Rigal assailed the Prosecut- the Judge's words had not been The Thoby-Mearcelmnsb
ing Attorney's stand: It is clear heard, she told her protesting Accompanying Million
to all that you are in. league with colleagues that the case would
-*La Comnune. which in spite of automatically come up on the Dollar Art Exhibit
the clauses of the Constitution Court's Agenda in one week to Over South America
of 1950; and the Electoral Law the day -Tuesday, November
of 1954, are bent on ravishing ihe 27th. At least their demand had Mrs. Eva Thoby-Marcelin, U.S.
potilical rights of the most che-,been aired -the passionate sub- Information Agency exhibits offi- .;
rished citizens of the land. Our ject of women's political rights eer and wife of the famous Haiti-
vorlen's rights must be defended which moved into the limelight an author, is aceompaying a emil- c .;.'4%
against this band of travisseurs with the Constitution of 1950 and lion dollar' art exhibit which was 1"tkY '
dg irdits. interpretation of the famous Ar- presented in Havana and Mexico 'V> .-- "
r:Oeplaring that the Prosecutor cle 4:had moved up another rung City to South America for, an 8-
.os.-.using this unprecedented on the ladder to final and-defini- country tour sponsored by the
,manner of blocking the, women's te .stlemet. United States government.
case. Me. Rigal cried: eThe exe- g
cutive cannot command and'.do- Should the'women fall in-this
mina our Courts of Justice!' staring attempt to be considered The masterpieces 'were trans- 3 d
Me. Cherilus, visibly affectedi eUgiblex for registration in the ported by Pan American World
by the plaintiff's vehement acc- ittional elections in Juanary this Airways November 13 to 'Colum- -
sations, defended his position and situation will p-event their parti bia for a showing at Bogota. Later 4 -- 4
his personality stating that he notingg in the April 1957 elec- it will be exhibited.at Caracas, Z -'.-. y '
had used the same tactics in all .I1jns for the Presidency. Venezuela: Quito, Ecuador; Lima,
cases heard before the Courts. Certain interpretationsf of the Peru; Santiago, -Chile; Buenos Ai- ,,'.
'and it was his duty to have the clauses of Article 4 indicate that res and Cordoba, Argentina; Mon ,V .
formalities of procedure obser-,the President could hand the vo tevideo, Uruguay; Rio and Sao RN ',..
ved, during its sessions. His corn- te to tihe women by calling an Paulo, Brazui t: '
petence and oratory was marked Extraordinary session of the pre- ..
by personal affliction at the sent Congress and present the Fifty-seven paintings and six
harshness of th2 plaintiff. ,special legislation project It i sculptures, from' the collection of
YJudge Charmant examining the also said that the necessary dlrgih Mr and Mrs Lawrence A. Fleisch-
angles presented by both sides lation could originate in the Hai- man of Detroit. are in the exhibit
dictated the position of the Court 'tian parliament, but the mandate and comprise what Theodore C.
to the Clerk pronouncing that it 01 the actual Senators finishes Streibert, former head of the U.S. .
would allow the preliminary hear with the Juanary electiodus, in Information Agency, calls -a pil-ARLO
ing. just about six weeks from now ot project to reveal the artistic (KITTY D)E Cx LO
Attorney Cambronne then rose Pe-simistic sources say that heritage of; the United States to
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Place Boyer Kindergarten. Jac-
ques declares he's almost resig-
ned to sonny's 'back-seat. driv-
ing binges.
xx x
Canadian Chargds d'Affaires
Fdouard Bellemare observed his
second anniversary at Port-au-
Prince on November 16th. The
diplomat's *ibilanx, to the service
of Haitiano-Canadian friendship
includes innumerable contribu-
tions towards the closer cultural


place at thlie Cathedral at 6:00 P
M on December 15th.
xxx
Dr. Loubeau, Hopital General
Administrator, is being congra-
tu'ated for the recent improve
ment in tie service. Having reor
ganized t'ice. service? for admis-
sion to the liho.pitil. Dr. Loubeau
ha. assured a prompt and court
ous service for the patients.
Haitian folklore as an art has
been captured in celluloid by


., tvri es -L e ,CLwCII LI two CUnUtrie. two local cineastes. Raymond
Dixie Lee Tate of the National German Charge d'Affaires, enter- x x x ret and Ricardo Widmnaier's f
Airlines of Miami, left Wednesday tainted at a .Kaffeeklatsch. last Haiti has been advised of the is said to be ready for the scr
aiftpr a week at the Riviera Hotel. Wednesday at her residence in Ninth Fair ob Artisans and Trades- shortly.
Lovely Dixie whose post is in the PNtion-Ville. Sixty ladies of the nen tobe held from May 15th to --------
Reservation Department plans to German colony who either by 26the 19 at Munich Germany i. S re
slip off to Haiti again for the Car birth or by marriage have relati- The bLegation of the Federal Re- Pla8ic Surgery
nival and to beat her own record ons-in the old country attended, ubc of Gmany ssued book- Without Scapel
Sas thbk parfaite danseusep of the 'partaking of cakes and. pastry i'nr: of Pie Entire World., Thise Art-
Haitian meringue. prepared from famous German re- intrptia:l Fair k held every s .ot.W
*~~~iti isxcpe''l t~r*itonal Fair r' held every ^ H ^^ M K
e~-Srig oand shows the unceashing
Joanne Gallagher and Frances x x technical and artistic evolution.
J. Wilson clippered -back to 'Fris- Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson who re the research of new forms a nd .
co this morning. The girls who turned recently from six months the multiple possibilities of fa- -"
spent a week at El Rancho are in Europe was high in her praises brication by the artisanry of the '
S with the PAA Sales Department of the comforts and exceUllent food I"
whole world. :
in San Francisco. i she enjoyed crossing over on the w l wor ld wloe
I, AL] countries will be welcomed
x R xX ;12-passenger SS .Wuppertal, of exhibition
El Rancho's charming new host- the, Hamburg Line. Aboard were .Munih either as exhibition-
LtGUU~b Lie- Aoardwer ists or visitors.
ess is Huguette aFrenchie. Thdo- Mrs. Walter Dubber who had vi- visitors. xx
S dore. Frenchie, who received her sited with her mother in Munich;. xx x
formation chez les Sours du Sa- Dr. Alphonse Waag who had visit- AuguFLin Viau, Head Account-
cr6-Cceur de Turgeau attended Ca ed relatives in Bavaria, and Mrs. ant at Imprimerie de I'Etat, and
lifornia U., graduating after four 'Delia Klang who had vacation in F' ntball Federation VIP, obser- '..: .
years. Paris and Germany. ved his birthday anniversary on ,',
xxfINovember 17th.
-Bob and Joy Monihan returned I Mrs. Anderson who had visited x x x W.
to Ocean City; 'N. J. Thursday aft-, Germany, Switzerland and En-j Mr. and Mrs. Raoul Chretie'
er a week at El Rancho Fi-ends gland said that all the residents are the proud parents of a newL
Florence and -Paul Shea accompa- were eagerly returning home' to daughter, born to them ob No- k at this charming nd in
nied them again this.year on the Haiti's heavenly clime gla6 td es- vember 17th at Clinique Dr. telligent lady whose radiant
annual vacation to Haiti The botr cape the -rude hiver. of Europe. Poux. Mrs. Chretien is the for- beauty does not betray her
Some' relutintly returned state- x x x i mer ltarie-Therese Licasale. age.
Side declaring that they've already Eddie Carbonel is La Boule's xX rX
started planning for a lr e ace commuter this year. Jacques The announcement of the corn PLACENTUBEX
journ early next winter o and Margot's pride and joy corn- ing marriage of Miss Denise
ju ea x xx mandeers the family car down Mecklembourg and Arnold Gold-
the mountain daily to join the man was made this week. ,
SMrs. F. Wussow, wile of the yoqng fry at Madame Lemoine's IThe nuptial benediction will take Will Do The Same


Do-
elm
een


AVIS
Le voyage du SS "Panama' ve-
nant de New York et attend A
Port-au-Prince le mardi 27 Novem
bre 1956, a 61d annual. Le navire
ne quitter pas le port de New
York A cause de la greve des de-
bardeurs.
xxx
NOTICE
The call -of the S.S. -Panama.
southbound from New York to
Port-au-Prince scheduled to ar-
rive Tuesday November 27, 1956,
has been cancelled. The vessel
will not leave New York because
of the Longshoremen's Strike.-


In such a way does the press
refer to PLACENTUBEX
Ireatment.
Only Serol DRP permeates
the epidermis with extract of
Iresh placenta. And only PLA
CENTUBEX contains Serol D
RP. You will be surprised at
I he results. PLACENTUBEX
rejuvenates tired skin, does
%.way with lines on the chin
i nd neck, and restores a young
appearancee to the hands. PLA
IIENTUBEX is very easy to an
ply. Just spread a thin coat of
SPLACENTUBEX on the skin.
, then add a coat of your usual
cream. Each tube of PLACEN-
=, TUBEX comes with detailed
; instructions. One tube of PLA-
4 CENTUBEX is sufficient for
several months.
SOLE DISTRIBUTOR
FOR HAITI: G.E. ANDERSEN
Grand'Riue (opposite St Louis
de Gonzaguej)
FOIt SALE AT:
Nobbe & Bondel, Bazar du
Chqmp de Mars, Violette
Beauty Salon. Rue Capois:
Mine. Duehate/liir, Turgeau "
Mme Jean Elie, Cap-Haitien
Mme Jean Etienne. Gonaives -


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Sunday, November 25th 1956
_ ---- -u --*- -


Mile Greta Meyer, daughter ol At the Casino nightly last week
the Pharmacist returned home at midnight Spring was in the
Wednesday from a year of study- air in the lovely form of vivaci-
in Switzerland and Germany. ous Kitty de Carlo. Kitty is send-
MIlle Meyer was accompanied by ing the local beaus into a trance
Siljie Heini daughter of Vice-Con- with her singing, so is being held
sul of .Switzerland and Manager of over for another week. Her hub-
Comme II Faut Tobacco Company. by (who by the way is a top dan-
Mlle Heini has been studying in cing star himself) is holding Kit-


SUN PAGE .19


Gerard Merceron, son of the Architect and Mrs. Chester Nel Thursday afternoon, Ambassad-
Charg6 d'Affaires at Santiago du son Wentworth returned to town or Jean Coradin, transferred from
Chili arrived this week from New laji week. Alrdhiteow Wentworth Monrovia, Liberia to Lima, Peru,
York 'is in charge of the construction flew to his new post via Miami.
x x x of the new US. Embassy in Port He was accompanied to the airport
Interesting people in town this au-prince, by Mr. Y. Perrier of the Protocol
week from the Auto capital of the I x x and relatives and friends. On the
world are: Sheldon Moyer ex-edi-I Raymond Gerdes forgot all ab- eve of his departure,' Ambassador
tor of Motor News and now in out the week he had spent'fight- Coradin was guest'at a dinner'of-
charge of supervising the placing ing off the grippe just about 4:00 fered in his honor by the Costa
of all Oldsmobile auto ads along A.M., Monday Mhorning November ecan Ambassador in Port-au-Prin
with a number of other General 19th. An interesting newcomer ce and Mrs. Alberto Perez Saez.
Motois accounts is at El Rancho was waiting for him at Clinique Ambassador Coradin made a cour
with his wife Neva who is worn-Dr. Poux. The 7-lb. -garcon has tesy call on the ,Sun.-a few mi-
an's editor of Motor News. Also at been christened 'Ralph., and now nutes before plane time aThus-
El Rancho Joe and Midegew Hain- there are two male members to day. : '
line. Joe was at one time Detroits the Gerdes trio. Morn is the form- x x x
,op News commentator and was in er Caridad Nicolas. "-.
charge of GOP Michigan TV cornm- "November 18 arrived here Mrs
pign for the Governor. His Exe. the Ambassador of Elisabeth Holmqcuist, and daught-
Plastic Tycoon Deputy Thomas Panama in Port au Prince, Mr. fr Angelica. They lodged at the
Desulmd is off to New York today. A,,!,.,i .Gardia. is hack here Oloffson. awaiting husband and


Xxx
Mile Mireille Borno
her fete Dec. 1st.
Mr Horace Mc Lean


observes

(Grindell.


Europe for the past three and one ty's hand during the intermission. n pe or fh R al Bank of
inspector of the Royal Bank of
half years. -Lucky man!, Canada, arrived here on the week
x x x xxx end.
Frantz H6reaux is in the US Ar- Two charming visitt,; to our Mr. Isnard Mathieu Chief of
my. Frantz is doing his boot train-, isle: Miss Dorothy Elford, an Aus- Service (Statistic Section) at the
ing at Fort Dix in New Jersey.. tralian.attached to the New Zeal- Department of Commerce return-
x x x and trade commission jn Washing ed from a study trip to Europe,
Guy Laraque Assistant-director :n, and Miss Winona Grant, se- Friday.
of the Tourist office flew to New aretary in Newv York have been x x
York Friday on office business staying at Hotel Oloffson. Dot and Dr. P. C Desmangles, Public
x x x Winny also visited the Citadelle. Health Department's Chief of
laue MTna and lvely In their pew vernacular they cri- Hygiene and Public Assistants.
udEvelyne Figueroa haveyset ed: 'Man, ibis place is the most- left Monday via Pan Afmerican
young They will return -Ifor Mexico. He s expected t
their wedding date for the 8th of
December at the Sar c a .x x x spend two weeks abroad and Pu
ecemer at te Sct c r. Lovely Nicoie Duvivier, daught-Iblic and will visit several hospi-
Th~Xse xar eceny retur- er of Mr and Mrs Ulrick Duvivier tal centers of Mexico.
Thed from Europe is celen aing her oft Babiole will unite heir destiny Mrs. Adelina Sismondo and Mrs
bied from Europe is cda elevating bar ith Edouard Scott, son of Mr and Liliana Donatti, wives ol the
Mr.; Rcger "V. Scott in the Sacr I TECHINTo's representatives in
Roger Lason and pretty Cccur orf December ]5 at 6:30 in ,Hati, arrived in Port-au-Prince
wie left Friday after a two-day the ev'lning. Is weekend Mrs Sismondo who
wifhoneymoon which later a two-day NsSimone Labrousse will ex- travelled with h2r children Ana
honeymoon which lasted ever aI
week. The Lawson's of Hartford change vows with Edouard Lalon Maria, Piero, Roberto and Vitto
Connecticut spent their time vi- tant on December E in' the Sacre rio was greeted at the airport by
siting Mrs Adrien Laroche "in Cap Coeur de Turgeau. SiLmone is th iher husband who is with the Ita
Haitien and .other old school pals daughter of Mr. and Mrs Philippe lian Construction Combine.
from Bry3an-t College in Providen- Labrousse and Edouard,',the sari IMrt Iariano Baselga, Secretary
ce ILI, 'of Captain and Mrs. F1ix -Lafon- or fhe Spanish Embassy in.Port-
tant. an-Prince, will 'inaugurate the
S.:x- Thanksgiving Day was observed Jibigt -cycle of the --Mlardis' of the
News Irmn Washington announ by the American colony in Port- French Institute on Tuesday Nov-
ces the birfh of a baby 'boy t1 Vic- au-Prince on Thursday November :.ember 27 at 8:00 P.M. Mr Basel-
tor and 'Musson A'ybar. Vie is 22nd. President Magloire and ga will give a lecture on the -SpaE
First Secretary ,of the Dominican members' of his Cabinea and Army 'ni.h JPolk lMusiet_
Embassy and bis wife is Iformerly high ranking officers attended On -the 'Tuesdays of
of Port-au-Prince. This is their the Thanksgiving celebrations in. this semester the following speak
second bey. the Holy Trinity Episcopal Cath-oers will occupy the rostrum ot
1 XS edral. The sermon of the day was the French Institute: Anbassador
Eleanor Harris vaetioning four delivered by the Most Reverend 'Jeah F' Brierjre, Rev. Fr. Ducaud-
-days at Ibo Lele said she has the Bishop Voegli and U. S. Ambassa- Bourget, chaplain of lthe Order of
distinction of being the first dor Roy Tasco Davis read the Ad- Malta, and Mr. Pradel Pompilus,


woman to have a private inter- dress of the president of the Uni-
view with Ike since 'he was re- led States Dwight Eisenhower.
, elected-


XXt
Mr S. S. "Riddle of Bermingham
Alabama, father of the Air Mis-
sion thief, arrives today to spend
the season with the family in -Des
prez.
XXX
Dr Andr6 Roy, President of the
Haitian Federation of" Football,
flew to the States on a pleasure
trip last week.
XXX
Ambassador Pierre L. Rigand
feted his birthday anniversary on
November 23rd. He leaves Ihk
coming week for his post in Li-
beria.
xxx


a.


from two months vacation on the
ismutb.
XxX
Mr. Alexandre Halot, delegate
of the Movie Service at the Bel-
gian Ministry of Education arriv-
ed here last week to make a mov-
ie on the touristic, social and
economic aspects of Haiti.


daddy Goran F. Holmquist whb ar-'
rived November 21 direct from
New York With elder daughter
Lilies. M. Holmquist whose prin-
cipal interest and devotion is his
wonderful family is the President
of Bonniers Inc Mrs Elisabeth
Holnimquist is Vice&President and
Public Relations for Bonniers Inc,
New York. %


X xrx ..
Mrs. Susana Chavez de Echaver B gt'
ria, wife of the First Secretary The Bonniers gather art woredma
of the Guatemalan Legation in de in its name by talented-but
of the Guatemalan Legation sometimes undiscovered artist
Port au prince, arrived here from s t MALISL
Miort Tuesday, afrom all over the world. The qua-
Miami lTuesday. liy and the variety of these arti-
x x x R vn ecles make the fame of Bonnies Inc.
Mr nd Mrs Ribo Laventure M. Holmquist is here to inquire
,ie Elianze Larrieux) received a about the possibility of having
new addition to the family last ao tha s handicrafts made in
wee, aboynamd Jan ichrd.some Haitian handicrafts made in
week, a boy named Jean Richard. his name by some talented artists.
Claude Gentil was down at the The two young and lovely de-
Pier at daybreak yesterday anxi- moiselles. Lilias and Angelic4 are
:ouly awaiting the arrival of fur delighted with Haiti. Lilias is at
riture he purchased on' his recen'.-New York University, she wants
trip to Miami for his new home. to be an elementary school teach-.
The furniture arriAved aboard the er. She is very interested'to Haiti
Coinmar trader, 'because of-its art .-lenaihsaLnc,
xxx Angelica is noVw' at Chapin-
Mina Widmaier was married to 1$chool She will go to Collegebe-
Arthur Henricksen General Ma- fore making up ler mind.on a cal'.
nager of Frederick Snare Corp in ln'g. .. *" -
Haiti, at the home of her brother This .vey nice faiflly wi--soj-.
[ticardo Widmaier Friday evep-' (urn ten,'days in .Haiti;. at the
ing. Matron of honor was Geor- Oloffson. .- .
gette PablQ and'best-man was Ro- x x x
beet G. Gibbs of Frederick Snare. '


XXX'
Messrs. '.Harold Lamar and Ja-
mes Minotto. officials of the Sta-
te Department Foreign Service
ended a two-day visit to Port-au-
Prince Thursday and flew to New
YLrk via Ciudad Trujillo, the last
tcp of their Caribbean informa-
.;on tour.


Director of the Ecole Normale SL.I During their sojourn in Port-au-
perieure. '.'ince. Messrs. Lamar and Minot
--to ha-1 important talks with U.S.
I ni .]ssv Counsellor John Pau
Ba"ringer and were ebtW'taine4
y Ambassador and Mrs. Roy Ta'
a,' Davis in their Bourdon resid
"Ice on the eve of their depart
'~' .. um'


Mr Zin(I rs rlanfs ,jayct !je tl;cy cut the first shce of their magni-
ficef' i'c-idr"' c!i:L' f'catiaremg n rharp design, at reception at home of
bridt' qrenr'U.-n.'i'r. Mrs. le:nIe .',rnes Jollowzng i thef" M eddmm'g late
last ,,'tli T: br ilbtr' i .. tC Ji'e 'tr MAliss Edith Rodriguez. daughter
aJ Us., ilanc-o uI,,Ti.,T.cior ,urd i'r: Antonio Rodriguez.


REG.TRADE MARK
C! r


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"Tcnmous since 6iS


The Haitian Government. has
appointed Mr Marc Pierre-Louis
as Haiti's Enoy Extraordinary
and Minister Plenipotentiary' to
Costa Rica.
Mr. Pierre-Louis has a long and
fruitful diplomatic career. He
started as First Secretary of the
Haitian Embassy in Ciudad Tru-
jillo where he spent three years.-
He has 'been successively Minist-
er Counselo? at the Haitian em;
bassies in Washington and Mexi-
co. .-
From this latter post he.has
been transferred to San Jose. Mi-
nister Pierre-Louis flew to his, new
post Saturday November 24th.


We've been so busy week after week telling you about the wonder-
fill food and drinks (t
AU CHANTECLAIR
"l ,e'e never tc,':en time-to tell you anything about the people
wiho consumi.e it.
And everyone knows that half the fun in any cafe is in the people-
yon meet and the conversations you strike up.
So meet somine of our clients; their range of subject matter is as-
,or'ed as the menu andlunst as spicy!
Want to air your business gripes? We hr.ve big business men.
,.rall business men. and men with no businesss at all. One 'of them
"i.ds solace in scotches and welsh rarebits that might help you.too.
Jokes? One of the best raconteur.s, a particularly un-dour Scot,.
tolh' forth almost nightly over a brr.' of Martinis.
Bullk fighting? If you haven't fought your first bull yet. you- can
find out from our toreador whether i-.uL ever want to. If you decide
igamnst it this gentleman can teach you the gentler art of painting.
Philosophy and Linguistics? Oh la la, we hc.vc Phd.'s galore.
Journalists? Our .Time. gal can discuss the world situation in as
n'erqaiit a way as one can these days.
Does Junl6r flatly refuse to do his homework cad you haven't the
,':r.7tq to spank him? There's a charming laor'y who drops in. with
u,' na'iecnce she has a way with brats. She may help you retain
JO'Ir slnitii.
So stop inland lruarh) crli or bt rf',mk with us.
AIT (CHANTECLAIR
The cafe thlt never closes..


.' Rue RTgaud


Bois Vena


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HAITI





,PAGE 20

S....


HAITI SUN


OVERTONES OF TRAGEDY
(Continued from page 1)


Sunday, November 25ihl 1956


'ital and entrance to Petit Goave
'ere completely wrecked. Sever-
1 of the hospital buildings were
.,recked. Large quantities of me-
licines and instruments were ren
Jler,ed useless by the waters.
No lights, the power plant was
affected, no telephone, no radio.
rhe road was closed which meant
no communication whatever. Pe-
cit-Goave was isolated in its dark
noment. All camions enroute for
cities further South could get no
Further than Petit Goave. -La Di-
'. gra. that nrnecoc tho Tnaninn Mniiun


Schools were closed for 10
days.. Many children's books were
lost as their homes were destroy-
.(I.
SPrices sky-rocketed on food, as
the flood struck just when the
gardens were in full harvest.
Many plople who did acommer-
ce. in their horses found their
stock investment a complete loss.
Transportation, five or six days
after the flood, was re-establish-
ed but the price for passage into
Port-au-Prince jumped from 3
SUUiird LU alraknd lu qpnp


It also said that help offered b.%
the Reynolds Mining Company had
been refused. Another papeil
promptly denied these accusations.
Meanwhile, in my personal opi-I
nion, the morale of th2 Petit-Goa-|
vians is excellent. They seem to
have adopted a fatalistic attitude
about the whole thing. They arel
thankful to be alive, and are im-
bued with the traditional Haitian
determination 'to fight for surviv-
al.'


'lain had washed away the road later to $1.00.or 5 gourdes. Success Of Pressoir's
completely. One truck was lost The first few days you couldn't Tax Book In English
attempting the crossing when 'it ,ce a s, a! -l suil-boat on that %a.4 In our last Sunday's edit:on, 'xC
',as overturned and smashed to ::'a The abundant waters cean- 1 blished a review of Charles Fer-'
pi6eces. d all the g..'age habitually 'I
P d a"" the g...'- ase habitually[ nad Pressoir's handbook entitled
SSaturday night and all day Sun- duimpe'l c.i .h ,shore. This was- Your Income Tax and other Bu.e
Jay the ocean produced the high- all washed away, and replaced by inress Taxes In Haiti-
:t seas that local pople, had beautiful white sand turning it y Eglish-speaking business-'
'itneseas ina lover popIe, a Many English-speakn buies
witnessed in over 25 years. One into a natural beach three is ubsquently in
1 en ad dtourist- ub'sequeotly in[
ld fisherman who had lived by h .days later it was its old garbage ouired about th2 book, by calling
he sea all his life said 'he had, dump self again, the Sgu over the phene. W2 know
.ever seen the sea so high. He! As I said, many people are that a first-class, hotel' bought ten'
alone lost his 10 fish traps ori having dffiiulty to get started aies for its guests,
Tiasts.. iaain. Their habit of hiding mo. Haiti his so many ins with
'.I saw household effects, clolth-ney in their mattresses was cost the Anglo-American economic sys
,ring, cows, turkeys, dogs, hogs,':ly for them. A mattress was sal-. tems that a volume in English giv
!arde-mangers floating crazily aged and although the water ing information on the'Haitian tax
lown in the streams as if deter-! had destroyed most of the fabric "structure and tax exemptions was'"
minedly heading for Port-au-Prin- it gave up the amount of 25 bad- a necessity.
e. ly-soaked gourdes. This publication, which, among
F saw two houses undermined, Piople from the island of La other features, contains a tax ca-
nd as the waters raged they col- Gonave cross over frequently to lendar in English and specific in-
apsed wearily like houses made Petit-Goave. This recalls the case formation oq corporations, is a
f mud. of three* young men who were practical handbook not only for
S The people, ib panic attempt- there during' the flood. Two beo- foreigners already in business
ing to grab clothing and articles others and a friend came over min here, but also for possible invest-
from hooks on the walls; saw a canoe to lay out their fishing rs.
-theni;swept away as the walls of nets. They had been my neigh- by iving its sincere opinion
, the houses receded into the wash- bors in a small caile for about n epiod
i ng waves. t ,, a three weeks. Seeing the rain get- on a useful book, the Sun hepd
I The noise was teri'-ile, as the Ling worse that "fateful Thursday, to p-oote foreign investments in
cascades thundered" down. .' they thought it time to sail out this cotalry, then, our emainedglh
very ocean joined in the frig'- and give up their project of try- language newspaper remained of c
'tening roar, even when the rivers fing to'find a profitable eatch., right in its traitionael line o ev-
seemed to pause for breath, As they made their way to tion: Help Haitl asellas her v
I'll never forget the color of -wards tbe- .w.harf to tire canoe stors_________ _'
Athe. ocean, and one day I .shaft they did ffnd1'ome fishingg, two t
'put it in, oils. It -stayed red from trunks, a new, mattreh,' ,a fable Noted Woman. Doctor. fromir
,the clay for at least 10 days after and chair. In breaking, open one 'Ce e l _- r cted rere
the rains had stopped. I of the trunks they found SZ0o:0 Clevelanl dLeCr.Tuf Here
A child's body was fished out cached away. Before' they left ., Staff
if the ocean that Friday. Another they had made a better haul than Dr. Harriett P. Dunsan, a
on Saturday. They couldn't have even a good fishing trip would member o the Cleveland Clinic
been more than 3 or 4 years old. have brought them Research Division and a delegate
1At least 10 families 1saw their! One thing about the flood, at, the recent Pan American Car-
members- swept cut from their there, had hardly been any wind, biological Congress in Havaba
clutching hands into the waters,, though thunder pealed' t.hougti Iended an active short stay in
but' the bodies were never found :the region. PBcrt.au-Prince and' cUppered back
When .a part of my own -cail- Then it was all over The sun Cleveland Friday morning.
le. joined the strange cavalcade came up it's usual-self beautiful The 36 year old medic, who
of floating objects, I could only 'in the Haitian sky. Its greatsmile is a graduate of University of
bemoan the loss of several paint warmed the region as if nothing VerTmont School of Medicine and
ings in process, and my precious unusual had happened. The peo. the author of num" Eous papers
cardboard The pieces left were pie, in their uniquely courageous Oq Hypertension and Kidney Dis.
-oaked and ruined for further manner, turned back t6 their tasks sehse, belongs -to various Amer-
use. I lost some clothing and of reconstruction, un discouraged iaf .scientific organizations, such
other objects to the waves, by the flood that had cc.st themlas: the American Heart Associa-
Although the people were taken so mach-l i on, the Central Sooiety for Cli-
by surprise thinking that the! T r'i Go'ernment came to their, nical Research etc ..
steady rain .-imply meant being resciu, jointly with the Red Cross. Dr. Dunstan, came to Haiti on
prepared against a charcoal short All &'hurch congregations aided the 'the invitation of Dr. Henlmckc, a
iage when the wood got lon wet, "- ered fia nilies. People without former member of the Clevelanr
lIi,':i;y disaster struck during ,the s-el';Ier hin the .Presbytere. Clinic and delivered two lectures
day. The people, naturally, were fnr ec-eral niglhtl, a-d many 'rfl on the -actual treatment of Hy-
not as panicky as they might have shelter in the Hotel de t Ville t pertnsion and ,the aRenal Ai
1 been at night. Many families ma- C:'nmnittees were set up to aid'tery Disease as a cause of lyper-
naged to move up to the hills., Ihe homc and'destitute giving tension-, or the medical corps
icrewarned by Thursday's record cards for food, soap and clothing land students, at the Amphitheat-
rain, where tlley could be safe Schools re-opened and the 'Comi.-er of the Facult& deMedeiine
All streclt.s were turned mitl ri t6 des Sinistrds. set out to get REPUBLICkN PUBLICITY
ers as the waters tore down :.-new books to replace those lost MAN TO VISIT PORT
from the hills in a mniad rush to by the pupils during the flood. Richard Guylay, publicity direct-
the sea. Ru-nours of all kinds are natu. or fcr the Republican National
Fishermen and boatmen from rally circulating .-L'Etendard CoimiLte is expected to vsit
SLa Gonave are said to have found the Petit-Goqve weekly, ih its No- Porl Dccenber 4th on a 16 day
Household effects carried by the member 8th issue, claimed that the'Ic:ir of the Caribbe.an islands witi
Sweaters across the gulf. They also big shots in town were feasting and': his wife. I
Claimed to have fished tip at least rejoicing 'while th? little. people I Mir Guylayk is expected to visit
two bodies clothed in hospital 1 were dying and being displaced : ,ith L S Ambassador Davis dclur.
gowns, evidently sick people and that they had misappropriated ;ing his two stop-oft here. Thc:'j
washed out into the waves. the things sent byv the Red Cross will lodge at El Rancho


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REQUEST_EVENTS TITLE Disseminate Event
REQUEST_EVENT NAME 'disseminate request placed' TIME '2014-06-18T11:36:16-04:00' NOTE 'request id: 301025; This is a disseminate from Traveler Wendell see CAS-44930-P0B9' AGENT 'Stephen'
finished' '2014-06-18T16:53:47-04:00' '' 'SYSTEM'
FILES
FILE SIZE '48263' DFID 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile0' ORIGIN 'DEPOSITOR' PATH 'sip-filesAA00015023_00394.xml'
MESSAGE_DIGEST ALGORITHM 'MD5' 052a2279b6d437754767e856e516a9e3
'SHA-1' c4ed66c6300180038c55bef45aeb7bd516b9cf69
EVENT '2014-05-16T19:15:13-04:00' OUTCOME 'success'
PROCEDURE describe
'2014-05-16T19:13:24-04:00'
virus check
'2014-06-18T16:49:44-04:00'
xml resolution
'51835302' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile1' 'sip-files00001.tif'
53a2881c00029d0174978566046e7b7e
8ce928a6e07a687b15bded309dd869fc1b0b1003
'2014-05-16T19:14:58-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:13:07-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile10' 'sip-files00010.tif'
4bd138fc6c7c3d0bd6a2dcc2f8d273c9
54ac834cc2059b2392c88582a76c24acabc4eefc
'2014-05-16T19:14:51-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:51-04:00'
virus check
'16310' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile100' 'sip-files00020thm.jpg'
daee0d903d878948a939b4cdad9a1113
94857f63630278925e75bafd86181678cef2cc1a
'2014-05-16T19:14:07-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:17-04:00'
virus check
'223107' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile101' 'sip-files00001.pro'
f1e42a753ed91b9144f6dffa4d9a57fa
5bae38cbf8693022ff4d2e9fa6a4532e52f919e6
'2014-05-16T19:13:56-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:05-04:00'
virus check
'177532' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile102' 'sip-files00002.pro'
dde7bebd75162078071f4e9942a0006c
f2485e8c19d4bb97522c5c26ff17a0e38b1c39cc
'2014-05-16T19:14:24-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:32-04:00'
virus check
'141410' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile103' 'sip-files00003.pro'
32013c2bbfcbb6ead27d270aaa483926
34c3fcfa300188b32b9d3e4f447d03b79b58162b
'2014-05-16T19:15:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'311191' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile104' 'sip-files00004.pro'
67e0ba83479d58e78684cbc63bbc8015
ebc50d615fd1de67b4b1f30bb435dce095dda61c
'2014-05-16T19:14:14-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:24-04:00'
virus check
'233596' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile105' 'sip-files00005.pro'
c49f48de54eeb183b3c69b4798ced073
60ea935860cbd539cf9f09516278fe40e8eed701
'2014-05-16T19:14:08-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:18-04:00'
virus check
'236667' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile106' 'sip-files00006.pro'
832613e65bbdf9c80c75357a603597c2
0e651f48e01a5b49eecd047d133387960e6a7bec
'2014-05-16T19:15:11-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:13:23-04:00'
virus check
'186548' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile107' 'sip-files00007.pro'
7e98a65ef662bf5cf6ca20c7e02a22fe
5caa2ca4d8f2dddd113f7188fed7b4c31c8f79fb
'2014-05-16T19:15:27-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:13:40-04:00'
virus check
'167331' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile108' 'sip-files00008.pro'
84757499831e9e595176ad0582637e02
77d42bb1dfb01ff3ab219fa064a76e886d53e8d0
'2014-05-16T19:15:18-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:13:26-04:00'
virus check
'59596' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile109' 'sip-files00009.pro'
dd92a378ebc15b1adc6cd8e7ab5a6b80
cc793fbbe819c0623efc86e631f1a86a811bfadc
describe
'2014-05-16T19:13:22-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile11' 'sip-files00011.tif'
cb9255c92eff8e7c8a160465b8f86c69
5297a45e3cd9eb71d84a710e929e730dac515ec7
'2014-05-16T19:15:03-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:13:17-04:00'
virus check
'44597' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile110' 'sip-files00010.pro'
b0fe72a4be797f6adacd65982515c5dd
b85c9e10dc4d98d8389f59ebb1715790d2a2cda0
'2014-05-16T19:14:38-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:39-04:00'
virus check
'3088' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile111' 'sip-files00011.pro'
b19d7826a6eb03d35afa49cbcc8ae03b
e60e5a99ad9ccf21fa498c3173e4e5ee8e186019
describe
virus check
'36020' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile112' 'sip-files00012.pro'
b313144bfbb21691c67efc9138652bbf
1cb3d18c88f237b1da98076832f15e5d4017c998
'2014-05-16T19:14:01-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:11-04:00'
virus check
'284592' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile113' 'sip-files00013.pro'
de0a8ae385f60fc89da851b8e9998c47
8db9a7661aa7b243190809c0ee1b98f6b0cf6338
describe
virus check
'129089' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile114' 'sip-files00014.pro'
4e19ed36e889afb798637c9695c1f086
c3062ed3954a098cf9f5fcdcc32c60e2133c8fc6
'2014-05-16T19:15:21-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:13:31-04:00'
virus check
'233003' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile115' 'sip-files00015.pro'
9bca0734e6e08adeae79764f1fa25f92
df001378d2078db9a694fe600f00893db0e1bd7e
describe
virus check
'162359' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile116' 'sip-files00016.pro'
b66675e65ea03c4c363ab788c06f80c0
3ffe0f1beeab3bf41ba653762ed6bbcca09a5d6f
'2014-05-16T19:15:20-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:13:30-04:00'
virus check
'247996' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile117' 'sip-files00017.pro'
1f5c875330f98fcd9dfcba9566ee55c7
61eb1fb18e95775f408a212ccfa1b3542c45f07e
'2014-05-16T19:14:41-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:45-04:00'
virus check
'169009' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile118' 'sip-files00018.pro'
d95e648dd4d5f0d641471c1f70f5bf1e
48cdeac7ed2bff49a39b571da876f670ba4819fe
describe
virus check
'335246' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile119' 'sip-files00019.pro'
05af280fd63ff14e18bf4d332a8cb4ef
93b80adb0ec1ca9137d43f1a2edcdb4b87648963
'2014-05-16T19:14:40-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:44-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile12' 'sip-files00012.tif'
1bc9c2d69f538ad32707217b5b20c8e7
f9de4cc7ef34493f3cca0384ceea84b2a51511a8
'2014-05-16T19:15:32-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:13:44-04:00'
virus check
'266788' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile120' 'sip-files00020.pro'
ba2a0e215768242f107fca92cfb56a91
3d88b247d67d6d7dc60fac1c2c6148ff76b27532
'2014-05-16T19:15:26-04:00'
describe
virus check
'9453' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile121' 'sip-files00001.txt'
b47edd3492945035cee7c4d194ceb000
be68f3c8dc4d93ec2ec68d62072442fd66ff0b4a
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T19:13:25-04:00'
virus check
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
Invalid character
'7344' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile122' 'sip-files00002.txt'
0bf827cf35b271bdec13533b4f7bd7fe
982bad3f38e18d8d80f64b762beeb8aca166c900
'2014-05-16T19:15:12-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6070' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile123' 'sip-files00003.txt'
e19f17ebe28cc1402eac2d3dbaf26670
6191c8639c1adae7e130507424cca26149ffaf79
'2014-05-16T19:14:15-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T19:12:25-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'15253' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile124' 'sip-files00004.txt'
f86b708c3df318173e18bfa8b4ef8dca
1653aa3dc7d2c8c54c12b65144622d08b13a36eb
'2014-05-16T19:14:23-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T19:12:31-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10191' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile125' 'sip-files00005.txt'
153cabe9a3f49f4dd644d1bf2c3c15f7
11f20a7f41f03a9978ae56ee97bab8021079475e
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'11816' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile126' 'sip-files00006.txt'
725c07aeae5936231ed214b092b41945
67264fb3cda56770f01ec01baf205eb608533c18
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8082' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile127' 'sip-files00007.txt'
4b870da08f621027b9d833043550c448
5a814f338c7170eeeab21a377b7b1336358b3541
'2014-05-16T19:14:02-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8047' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile128' 'sip-files00008.txt'
fc65763df25566fee90a6c1a1d7bad47
3162d08dc6a4e590a4d9becc6c17e5cb5d1b5210
'2014-05-16T19:14:49-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T19:12:46-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'2377' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile129' 'sip-files00009.txt'
e5f7a6fcb41ae58391e6c6919dc7a5ab
400d0d6c9d8f9d1eb6aa4a138d7a30df61723f96
'2014-05-16T19:14:45-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile13' 'sip-files00013.tif'
dd6314e11535539b6ae10b0ed8b33928
a1256c2052bedf3d61b4837e86089d49c9ceb19a
describe
virus check
'1890' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile130' 'sip-files00010.txt'
beee483fb9efc0744925170c8e47c11f
7443c43874f8fdaa32ca518baaa972e50e016dc5
'2014-05-16T19:15:30-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'133' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile131' 'sip-files00011.txt'
b4e1f632360771104a4be78f5ee92f3e
78f51d836ba0e7ea63c675059d0ff4ee82584ee3
describe
virus check
'1740' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile132' 'sip-files00012.txt'
a26db94cc6c339a28aa79d3b2e179f13
b70e041bf1378daa2ee404a797f06cbd9e99f440
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'12321' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile133' 'sip-files00013.txt'
7c540b1ce32f8246c2772611b890d2c2
0cb732208818d0a833d42daff991af35ccab7f92
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6060' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile134' 'sip-files00014.txt'
c2326599f19b69214c079d8fc2964947
51195bcd6d7a581e9c8e106eb46e2f5016728317
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'9548' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile135' 'sip-files00015.txt'
585831f89284a99bce5ef26a052460aa
7251cfc7e1f50cab596b399438e2b334bd670e36
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7595' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile136' 'sip-files00016.txt'
4ab95d35e66c04140397b9104ccdb83a
844d224b050505b9346b5b74aa98902e5c1f9815
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T19:13:45-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10230' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile137' 'sip-files00017.txt'
8632a950cb3616e7ccbf3161c61979f8
25d0f958115513f0adacbe287628911a3226fa97
'2014-05-16T19:15:01-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T19:13:12-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7229' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile138' 'sip-files00018.txt'
cdbeda41b566229e2170bd3cfe831a46
aa56b3a3d42b16819e7e0549e3006edc0f6469a7
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'14121' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile139' 'sip-files00019.txt'
b8c674f311746b68e8490240925363e8
ad47f2307cfa95f06874ee0e978e71a5f9be44b1
'2014-05-16T19:14:32-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-16T19:12:33-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile14' 'sip-files00014.tif'
699aaff2d0707f10202225e88971edb1
ee8eb898a4c460226ad2691e0b3a6a7079182e86
'2014-05-16T19:13:51-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:11:59-04:00'
virus check
'10491' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile140' 'sip-files00020.txt'
4b66f1a1a6ad23a4181bb4936f13d377
fa1b18c5da6f5c0e2781c7cedcdd7750dbcd3cf2
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'32670' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile141' 'sip-filesAA00015023_00394.mets'
2fde34806840a894040b19361b8d5c71
eceac8ff1a351d36c9e9a6f4902544bf5ef0f16f
describe
virus check
xml resolution
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile15' 'sip-files00015.tif'
09a091b82f6bc558e23bdf66691bd7a4
fa00e2ae2430e4036ec57a85e3bf7281339637cc
'2014-05-16T19:15:34-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:13:49-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile16' 'sip-files00016.tif'
892dfcdcf982a138e44056bc4293fa65
553ed8d5b4c79e6724d4fac9bee49dde4b812691
'2014-05-16T19:14:34-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:38-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile17' 'sip-files00017.tif'
35ddb0ae8e7e7e20f8b9a02044a12018
2c551acc22a1ca44d8b3ab08d6625dbfdbf99c1a
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:16-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile18' 'sip-files00018.tif'
6df09f6ad3ae6909440029a1c33ce922
71a4bcee6af3d7756ed2aa7e4381a79dd56c2551
'2014-05-16T19:15:24-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile19' 'sip-files00019.tif'
db5361d574a2b7da32cb8965b064e635
ebd47f58565b73172f1b747ef5f9e86517bc8b48
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile2' 'sip-files00002.tif'
95b52b38ca08902bddeff75f940a2024
29bb700a8cd71b94bcfa11b75a2e113b790b95d3
'2014-05-16T19:14:17-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:30-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile20' 'sip-files00020.tif'
cfb21c0d137cbc7feefb21a26816cb11
38d8b80dd474e00933fc68b66db0b50a8fe5183b
'2014-05-16T19:13:58-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:10-04:00'
virus check
'2159883' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile21' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
e788c01c86b26ca32fcb16fe691f3e78
8d84b2241a419caee0cb0750b9add990899866fc
describe
virus check
'2159887' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile22' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
f2acc50c046ef407d302e698c3bfa5fe
d47d3d530cfc9d1cdcfbadbc58431d0ba56e22cd
describe
virus check
'2159907' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile23' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
47f69351ae73872e588117a5a4bdd259
5e10d3a15f31991619998e0b5da8eb0d5d994f27
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:52-04:00'
virus check
'2159870' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile24' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
5330a6f74d6133c255530fafdd3f047c
e18ffda69e79f6e5c98ea303d58c07205ca16539
'2014-05-16T19:14:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2159902' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile25' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
02eae499f1906d51e589df05e5f5a453
fddb18df0d4c316484893539f58bc6bfebcd6f80
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile26' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
48ffccc51e7f9bbdd3d80a4dcd8371e8
33be8f5e05809321473a03e59a1487f478489497
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile27' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
0f2ebec68f6b19957d1c31a27b154519
56842aac19f01aa372460387359540fdaf819fd3
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:53-04:00'
virus check
'2159894' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile28' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
df6c9d17219c4ad555f3397cefe47e61
b84761598b0bc7664f94fc0a4f6693a8619bcf67
describe
virus check
'2159905' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile29' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
ac559b420fbb7419724018d50488632a
232793fd6111889881e0f8e45ff8b879c577ac9a
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile3' 'sip-files00003.tif'
64c039560ab90af02cd8668d9fdb6bac
cca3ed678468fcb7506c7a096fb40310caaf2f4a
'2014-05-16T19:14:10-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2159901' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile30' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
68dababdf5d0b3cf4d9ebc8848ad50b0
f02ac0956f5f5e06d09164fc5e95d4cce81479f9
'2014-05-16T19:14:19-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2159888' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile31' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
ad4506ef9ee8f9701a144858fff01010
8760cf7c547ce67f5246a95fd441c4f554f4cca0
'2014-05-16T19:14:55-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:58-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile32' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
8eb5739bdc7328cfc28bec35a7b2ef48
af55b8f558682f5f5d5881502b1afd7af35cfcec
describe
virus check
'2159896' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile33' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
9a9da275012096bee4d3242dc2a24dd4
2ef81cd0587649ab83c5b3f74b976fe8ce7b3ccd
'2014-05-16T19:14:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile34' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
bfc57006ca15839d6e69819a8a105c74
e7d5e5c84c3b985c120ed6a38577fd5df855edaf
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile35' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
d09dd778ad7db8c81ebcde1317494017
9f29edf1cd3c18452f4dee0b162b6525b4994dc4
'2014-05-16T19:14:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2159906' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile36' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
7eaf6b26e48e1df62879be0a61332eb5
815701205a01d1399eab8fb8f38ef799654bb9ae
describe
virus check
'2159904' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile37' 'sip-files00017.jp2'
4d07d8efc5e713a37c076211ae626ead
973053c281a3e66ce1e0a062e5c10b1cd12e8a81
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile38' 'sip-files00018.jp2'
eb80c47a4c849f0069966c3935060bfd
ec32f1aa5ab699723b9e75ea1e5e492c74822c61
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile39' 'sip-files00019.jp2'
2bc97822e5ec07767c78842ccadc4d5e
af7370ea74d605d571619bf1c448600ce99c2f8e
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile4' 'sip-files00004.tif'
c8a12e8a3e467035d81a4bb8dc054ea1
9bd627bf8fd2c794a78a509be08e49ab6117fdd8
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:57-04:00'
virus check
'2159903' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile40' 'sip-files00020.jp2'
66fa448bcde0ca1cfc4a3b7ec22d3af1
15e103c35164bd5db5b3de715ac97326ad1bb67e
'2014-05-16T19:15:10-04:00'
describe
virus check
'678377' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile41' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
a07b7b6fbd1b1ae48f34eafa30e16709
37262d5d10332baf2fab20feb06afec7f67a0381
describe
virus check
'62226' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile42' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
8dd2da68e9391069f07f428e50f86026
66dc1625b939370a9ad83d4a04e400241188a62d
describe
virus check
'684277' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile43' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
6278fd26fb77afa0d78819ac60258c70
862faeda103f2d4aa3fceadbf7c6ae9cc236ebbb
describe
virus check
'64182' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile44' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
e8955efa268ccc5a48a42c998d0ea6b2
d06d4ccfbf636d74b9183e9b6ef1c3252ca9d7d1
describe
virus check
'661251' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile45' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
a4b5b740ff501c66e7ef3d75dcda241b
a7c26090b8eac001ec8dab831b48e895a8a0ad8e
describe
virus check
'60771' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile46' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
2ccd2df7df4daeb61958ec753ca23251
4055e5b6be0156fe3aeb4e0cff215bc3341341c7
'2014-05-16T19:14:39-04:00'
describe
virus check
'749415' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile47' 'sip-files00004.jpg'
15f0ef525db8c967da2a1a13f0d7c774
4c9c0ea846793c43d8475077d9e7d41481800a5e
describe
virus check
'68835' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile48' 'sip-files00004.QC.jpg'
9c2ad9ef9a42d103bd04cda7b41632da
1baa275ba65279980c721d40ef784d8c38462ec6
describe
virus check
'706944' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile49' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
cb47bc01bbc085a5119c6ab28dc4ecbc
fd0d09978cf0acd3d11964a9d880c3946cf1f46a
describe
'2014-05-16T19:13:13-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile5' 'sip-files00005.tif'
b74f3116e6af081197608790535f6c25
e8e754c875307a704cd62ee080dde1bf26f7aba2
'2014-05-16T19:15:00-04:00'
describe
virus check
'67666' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile50' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
e9d92e29ad1875c8f6472dfcb9b9a60f
78b1862c59d0556ed018b00ed05829812813b6e1
describe
virus check
'734568' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile51' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
c4cf67bd03f07a347ff58eaecd46f189
dc19adbe405f1a64e5853160ca79594201adfaf7
describe
virus check
'67152' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile52' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
68fb1f6be6aafa7ff9cce9d289647267
214147c4cae1a2ff8be9e9eb35dc71c13a4a9abf
describe
virus check
'757791' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile53' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
c3b277bf7b699ad7fa23babeff360efd
7379a04c2f601ba5401d41bc1cbbe29c0688c01a
'2014-05-16T19:14:53-04:00'
describe
virus check
'73972' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile54' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
253e2e72f5b52f805f408392c9bc0a37
e405df247847b2f0891e193ccfd1a9a58f6ef28b
describe
virus check
'661801' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile55' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
ad09b79ce9d7727e0b34a1f7b4abfef9
1d61b395df8b3c1e319161ed4ac7acd4bdf02ca9
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:12-04:00'
virus check
'67352' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile56' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
ae79b4b43aaea2d8ae0ccaad2af1e5e9
12e377fba15580bda322f37cdc7d52b9dbee6312
describe
virus check
'595338' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile57' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
454e2d030a5f68968aa5ab4e3dd0779a
54cbadc95087047bb56ee5e7dac65caa8afb67c1
describe
virus check
'60262' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile58' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
5afe16674373a555eb557d62a67f9ecf
22102559ef3f56e6a7fea2a169393072fb9b1e3f
describe
virus check
'686038' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile59' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
b816ad7d4a672fb47ee8e52ff1890280
ea799c90b6b8a399b07ef4dee4ad46096679ac9e
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile6' 'sip-files00006.tif'
1892af3a4ffe4798120d553bca59a0d1
7d91ea334df10913728d71438537c20e3863ab3c
'2014-05-16T19:15:05-04:00'
describe
virus check
'68281' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile60' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
660b1e5953c07ff1e67e2ff9314e99b2
807127b46d8281c02e47e4527ed3d639e5d840aa
describe
virus check
'645110' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile61' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
b59913e3c3c63d420d3760ed0a4704d8
c00f198e2f7fb2cb6b4555fc8d7bcd3a0618dd4b
describe
virus check
'64466' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile62' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
22d9afe757393b8102299b9d3a3cbbca
ce68a6f9256732a8d52d42b07318d0e1b4ecb2e8
describe
virus check
'577062' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile63' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
e3bf833b646fcafdb03f5064fea9e973
3099fbb007fcfa84995a95e02cf5cbcc2a920ae0
describe
virus check
'59991' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile64' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
7da175ecb5269f32f6ced5f6d71a0d9b
2615b3b478fa535e01b11fe1ea41a33f6243fa45
describe
virus check
'711969' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile65' 'sip-files00013.jpg'
d832de70a97b944e43b68cd2f574556e
1ea00eb3d2b8bc8d33142041ba80b5b4f888029f
describe
virus check
'66225' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile66' 'sip-files00013.QC.jpg'
949e4801ae19465c71513881a0b572b5
fe4a902826ccd114b0e2e52d4daa2cc758def15d
describe
virus check
'733634' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile67' 'sip-files00014.jpg'
5de1e3a821b4d6450033baa700058646
94709caa4c38083b093a606b199b74b96eaed5ea
describe
virus check
'72496' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile68' 'sip-files00014.QC.jpg'
4701a03c23388d1324fd976a6161005f
639d8c5264ba116cb2ff096e7ec82cdd3d4c6fb2
'2014-05-16T19:15:06-04:00'
describe
virus check
'748213' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile69' 'sip-files00015.jpg'
c141bd40347a5fe6b5afa53b5cc71a84
db1e2a311dd1be4803618d672596674e79652bdb
'2014-05-16T19:14:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile7' 'sip-files00007.tif'
2c1ab6d0b0f7e9639fb8bc4b995886b2
ef3f82ef78f32afdce32971154bc985da61f93f8
describe
virus check
'67687' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile70' 'sip-files00015.QC.jpg'
63f2c517c7fa5a7c46a176bca152e4ee
609217d321294e495d8bad85ff1a77ac9ef3c68e
'2014-05-16T19:13:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'709338' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile71' 'sip-files00016.jpg'
fdf1bb884f0987ae4d03fbc907173af1
2c54176746f5af0fc2200d230633885bbc56535e
describe
virus check
'69319' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile72' 'sip-files00016.QC.jpg'
f254de8c036514909c7bd14fc26b2502
82724e21da027f1fc02e60f6031ea1fe938b0cd5
describe
virus check
'717572' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile73' 'sip-files00017.jpg'
528858cb57f6c4693340c23aec68fd57
b82f3a41fd426abc1b7f18d79b2bc3d2c2a6b67b
describe
'2014-05-16T19:12:00-04:00'
virus check
'65025' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile74' 'sip-files00017.QC.jpg'
df3c5504fc5754d4d9884b6f3d01ee20
1092729f93f70d1762d6acd0e4c9ce8fbd4fd58b
describe
virus check
'742772' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile75' 'sip-files00018.jpg'
2274a18fab6862976e051eea9b230588
62a5ae1b29837e0ef0660a287549ea9a4864e52b
describe
virus check
'74671' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile76' 'sip-files00018.QC.jpg'
014feb3c303a5e79e33c19ce0ed5c5a2
d59ed72bdcba1f4f31b684394c7024f815e676c8
describe
virus check
'724233' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile77' 'sip-files00019.jpg'
c2b2c26aae420fd5aefbb071ddc0af8c
79fa2118418010007a1a11ad7b0dd884c70e1bec
describe
virus check
'64896' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile78' 'sip-files00019.QC.jpg'
8a1abdb91a32a3dce67c547cb8f3cfe2
1e36ae1b3a78dc7f1e41e812e27ee88d68691861
describe
virus check
'768006' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile79' 'sip-files00020.jpg'
63490e07441c1c0d1355d5101983883c
382bc9c1f717c8d75cf153b2f2ab4682375e96e6
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile8' 'sip-files00008.tif'
1861aa07ae459be355cafebf0190fbe2
2409268dd94337ad0fb656cb18c403b13b05878a
'2014-05-16T19:15:23-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:13:35-04:00'
virus check
'70024' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile80' 'sip-files00020.QC.jpg'
431d0a10e055757d2d308c4ee17b2b26
32e71f4d6642625da0a1c51f59eb18f71b09f84c
describe
virus check
'14421' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile81' 'sip-files00001thm.jpg'
81acec4148fbf85886b8eebc2883e8b8
e821e3f208d300d93c9f0e741ce1a5554c1f8bcd
describe
virus check
'15254' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile82' 'sip-files00002thm.jpg'
7333925e27246d7c04eced7773ed7a1f
9cff3187463fcf009bae00c94915353d3afc5b20
describe
virus check
'15102' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile83' 'sip-files00003thm.jpg'
223ba8498e1f8a64037e9422680e4694
803ddc5d1d14d6819ae9052f5a4fddd3c32d549a
describe
virus check
'15538' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile84' 'sip-files00004thm.jpg'
c2d90a2701043e14b68afbc731f53081
61e996a3c90e58346cbc2d7481fc9a6c2da1633d
describe
virus check
'15118' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile85' 'sip-files00005thm.jpg'
ba17be63dbaae51fcb94c13b380773fc
fa2705786b3c0ba79ea2150e6f2e12fa34d618c8
describe
virus check
'15256' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile86' 'sip-files00006thm.jpg'
f8a97e5e5b8837b64819f6421510f779
9b9f5278f55e2941a71c8c4f7cdb91c2d372fcde
describe
virus check
'17435' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile87' 'sip-files00007thm.jpg'
b13268e1fd095f0c3ecfc4e0cc2abc55
643e78c4b8c144a3ee716072d353cd02ce3672f8
describe
virus check
'15764' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile88' 'sip-files00008thm.jpg'
b93703942516b429d76fe0024c0b4dea
bc19436b6481493523ed3ce368db126d877bd944
describe
virus check
'14536' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile89' 'sip-files00009thm.jpg'
2b8e0f0a21bae907d7c8a575f2f633a2
d4c4783404691448c9f39b8c02f9cc019c504546
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile9' 'sip-files00009.tif'
53c6bd094959bc414b9145a3496a6b56
13b90382f7d3ccf22ac6c0ef040b5fd4ba02abd1
'2014-05-16T19:14:57-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-16T19:13:02-04:00'
virus check
'16284' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile90' 'sip-files00010thm.jpg'
f23d054b0f58ca55332f07ce945e647a
af8822585fb1798513f76c70f741c52af1ac7751
describe
virus check
'15575' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile91' 'sip-files00011thm.jpg'
6a47372877638c61b9e1cbf9133acbea
92e29d4e9dd39885e8218ad8f5807825127d05e5
describe
virus check
'15202' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile92' 'sip-files00012thm.jpg'
6e2c07ad330347f874aa7f9f77e60765
7fae5bbf84b088610e45056239eb66fd649b7eab
describe
virus check
'14639' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile93' 'sip-files00013thm.jpg'
7ffb696fddfb0194c33f84fe05f74001
0cce5b5f78302eb4a26435284af24109ee7e07cb
describe
virus check
'17368' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile94' 'sip-files00014thm.jpg'
748991314c8e0105ad7b752ccf539a33
ad85393060253974baf3604ff620870fac1052c4
describe
virus check
'15874' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile95' 'sip-files00015thm.jpg'
de4fa07971cc26084b922a9b698eaf37
60b1b64b149e214fd503369d463dfbaa512c9765
describe
virus check
'16373' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile96' 'sip-files00016thm.jpg'
28cbfc2e4c0a94564a3bee1234bf73f6
ce218e1e0b8a4eb2ded81418cb70fb1ce6091bc6
describe
virus check
'14928' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile97' 'sip-files00017thm.jpg'
2bbfdacf2988fab6176258d7e5bc1773
e06a1aec4d114809ff852e5918b26d5db698f63d
describe
virus check
'17640' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile98' 'sip-files00018thm.jpg'
a8670ede63f360bc4b9d4fae91dc93e3
d230693a0051991f63477d17b03d5b3d802eb834
describe
virus check
'14473' 'info:fdaE1S5HKG2P_ZCP16Sfile99' 'sip-files00019thm.jpg'
283c4094638818656aec7f10b3e0d6db
daf72d879a6ecc67a56abceb38ed21b0c05c61f8
describe
virus check


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