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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."

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Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00422


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VOL. V Pot-au-Prince, Haiti SUNDAY NOV. 24t.u 1957 No. 9
JVOL. VIII Port-au.Prhlce, Haiti SUNDAY NOV. 24th. 1957 No. 9"


Businessmen



Expert On 1


Hear PAA



ourism


HER POEM IN L-A.

VERSE ANTHOLOGY
Mine Jacqueline Wiener-Sil- Founder-President of the Ligue
vera poet, author-journalist and Pour ]a Protection de l'Enfance.
Madame Jacqueline Mie.
..... ., I er-Silvera has the dis-

tinction of" being the
only Haitia npoet to be
included in the -Ronda
Fe,nina de America,, a
volume of Anthology by
women poets uf the La-
tiOn Aierican, countries.
lMadame Wiener.Silvera's
poem aEnfant auw Yeux
Tristes, Span.ish by the
noted Bolivian poet. Er-.
ma Aling Ballon..de Pal-
fray.
The poemn by Latin
American woanen, poets
were collected and pu.
blished in a volume of
415 pages by Etelvina
Villacueva y Saaveafra,
.in La Paz. Bplivia.
Anong the counties re.
presented-were works of
Vhe women of Bohivia,
Chile. Cuba, Peru, Hon.
duras, Salvador, Nicara-
Sgua, Uruguay. PNerto Ri-
I co. Colombia. Alexrco
Domindcana. Paraguay.
.. .. -itdl Venezitela. Ecuat"
.. dor. Argent7Wif Panana.
Giiatento.7a. Costa-Rica alid Ha'ii.
In her poems entitled Ftles Chansons Aux Lys Blanes), Madame
Silvera, long-time champion of the children of Haiti sings
aNe faites aux enfants
Nulle peine. m6me legere,
Us sont si doux ces innocents
SuspenduS an sein de leurs meres.


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800 ASHORE FROM
2 CRUISE-SHIPS
MORE than 800 cruise-ship visitors were one-day guests of Haiti
this week when the S. S cYaa-mouth Castle, and the Swedish Ame-
rican ,U. .Knnugsholm)) called at Port-au-Prince on Wednesday
and Friday respectively.


Tourist Department officials,
working in their still to be com-
the pleted new machinery, wel-
comed the opportunity of. the
tryout.
In this they hhd the benefit of
the presence of Harmann Deslr.
Director of Haiti's New-York
Tourist Bureau, who is at pre-
sent in- the island.
Tourist shops reported brisk
business especially on Friday
and among the trips arranged
along with Edward G. Borgstom,
Manager of the Agency Depart-
ment of. Swedish American
Lines who was aboard the cKun
gslol-', was an excursion to Le
Perchoir. The with the tempe-


Trature at a welcome 69 degress,
the visitors practiced meringues
to a Haitian band of maximes
and drums in -between taking
i advantage of Free Port Prices
et .The Shop in the Sky and
!admiring the view from the 4,-
000 foot high cHanging Gar-
dens.
*It's a great pity the restau-
rant is not open* observed Mr.

(Continued on page 2)


Princess Peeks At
The Haitian Scene

The Countries Von Vesselotott,


former Princess Gabrielle of
Cortot Gives Nod \Liechenstein, spent last week-
:end in -Haiti. She and her party
To Young Haitianj were guests at Hotel 16o Lele
Girl Pianist I and the Countess left again for
New-York on Sunday, enthusias,-


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SHAITIAN businessmen got
some pointers, from an ex-
pert, oi the prospects and
needs of Haiti in her Tourism
drive when JWr. Juan Holms,
Sales Divis.on Manager for
the Latin-American Division
of Pan American Airways, ad-
dressed members of the Inter-
national Club of Commerce at
their weekly luncheon at the
Ibo Lele on Wednesday.

Guest of honor was the Minister
of Tourism, Mr. Jean Magloire,
while among other distinguished
guests were Mr. Feliks Bochenski,
Representative in Haiti of the In-
ternatio.ial Bankof Reconstruction
and Development, Mr. Fernando
Vera, "Financial Adviser to the
National Bank of Haiti from the
International Monetary Fund, and
(Continued on Page 2)


160,263 Tourists
During Fiscal Year

Some 62,263 tourists visited
the. Republic. between Oc.tvbor
1956 and September 1957, the
Department of Tourism ar.noinn
ced this week.
An estimated 56,678,712,50 was
spent by these visitors to Haiti.


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MINISTER REVEALS PLAN

TO RUSH 600 NEW SCHOOLS

A plan to construct 6,000 Rural schools, at a cost of $1,200,
S000.00 was announced this week by the Minister for National
Education, the Reverend Father Jean-Baptiste Georges.
.. Answering questions in the Sc- For instance, he indicated, in the
.nate, during a debate on the edu- Vieus Bourg d'Aquin district he
i..:.rational problems facing Haiti, the found that only three pens were
.' Minister revealed that an investi- given to each school.
nationn had shown that only 200,000 To alleviate the condition of
'....children attend primary school those unfortunate country school
while one million do not hove the teachers. Minister Georges pro-
3'enefit of instruction. Altogether posed the following
'7382 Rural and Urban schools exist I Repairs of Presbyterian
:..throughout the country, schools,
SThe Minister made an expose of 2 Government subsidy to
-..thei deplorable conditions he found Private schools.
F.in the schools which he visited on 3 Fresh impetus to Prima-
ia inspection tour. ry Education,
;-"Teachers and pupils are crowded 4 Night classes for students
|1f small classrooms, and very who fall in the Baccalau-
Eimall allocations were made for reat Exams,
ihool furniture and equipment.


Members of K L M's recent (demonstration trip to Curacao show shorty before
embarking. They are : Mr. Jean Magloire, Minister for Tourist Development; Mr.
Bertholand Edouard, Chief of Immigration Service; Capt. Jacques Laroche, Poli-
ce Officer in Charge of Inummigration Service; Mr. Kurt Fisher, President of the
Association of Tourist Shops; Mr. Lucien Montas, representing the aNouvemlsteh.
Mr. Frank St. Victor, La Phialange); Mr. Pierre Ayot aHaiti Heralds; Mr. and
Mrs. Georges Heraux Hernux Tours, Mr. Jn-Marie Carrie 6Magic Island Tours*,
Mr. H.T. Burger (Matrtjin and Co.u and Mr. Ricardo Widmaler, Radltio Haiti.
(Story on page 11)


Miss Helene Weil made bril-
lant showing in her exams at the
Ecole Normale de Musique de
Paris, it was learned here recent
ly. The 16-year-old pianist has
been studying- in Paris for the
past year.

At the examination, presided
over by Mr. Alfred Cortot, the
world-famed pianist, Miss Weil
successfully passed from the
first to the third, professional
year.
She is the daughter of -Mrs.
Helene Weil, of Port-au-Prince,
and neice of El Rancho proprie.
tor; Albert Silvera.


tic about her all too short stay.
&I will most certainly return
to see mbre of this lovely coun-
try,.: the royal visitor stated.


Haitien Exporters
Study Coffee
Pact
Coffee exporters here have de-
cided to oppeint a committee charw-
ged with studying the-"posiaBfi" '?
of this, comrtry joatufibat-1 M Mt:-
can pact under which cofee-expbr-
ting nations have agreed to with-
hold part of their supplies from'
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BUSINESSMEN HEAR...
(Continued from page one)


DdaPira 9


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THE FRENCH INSTITUTE'S cycle of cTuesdays, for the university
year 1957-58 will open November 26th, at 8:00 P.M. Prof. Edouard
Francisque, of the National School of Agriculture and of the Normal s
School, will speak on the subject: aParis, its gardens, its monuments'.
IHis lecture will be illustrated with colored photographs.

ir. Michel Gomez, Dr. Louis Mars, and Rev. Father Ducaud-Bourget
are the speakers scheduled for December 3, 10 and 17th, respectively...

UNESCO NATIONAL COMMISSION members will be hosts at a re-
ception-this morning in honor of the Minister of National Education,
the Revereni Father Jean-Baptiste Georges. It is being held at the
UNESCO offices in the Exposition City at 9:30 A.M...

MAX BOLTE, ex-Under Secretary of the Interior who had been im-
prisoned for the past five months in connection with the May 25th
day of civil war, reportedly, escaped on Tuesday evening. Mr. Bolt6
whose poor state of health had caused him to be transferred to the
French Hospital cAsile Franvais for treatment disappeared while
guards waited outside the bathroom while he was supposed to be
taking his shower...

BANQUE NATIONALE D'HAITI'S President, Maurice- T6lemaque,
headed a delegation to Havana and Washington this week to negotiate
on the projected $4,000,000 loan tvhich Congress authorized, recently.
The delegation includes Colonel Maurepas Alcindor and Captain Andre
Farreau.

SENATOR HUGHES BOURJOLLY returned from a week's mission
in Washington and New York where he met with businessmen inte-
rested.in Haiti's industrial and agricultural development...

S AMBASSADOR SERGE LEON DEFLY, and his wife returned here
this week from their post at the Vatican...

DR. LINUS TERREBONNE, head of thle Schaer, Point [V's techni-
cal aid on Haiti's rural education program, left for the U.S. this week,-
accompanied by Mrs. Terrebonne...

ME. SAMUEL DEVIEUX, new Embassy Counselor to Washington,
flew to his post on Monday...

-SENOR FRANCISCO NADAL RINCON, high Dominican Government
S functionary left Port-au-Prince by air, last Saturday...
RADIO CARAIBES listeners heard the debates of the members of the
Lower House of Congress on Monday. This was the first time the pu-
blic had been afforded the opportunity of following the course of
.Haiti's. legislators by radio broadcast. This innovation is the new Go-
vernment's way of assuring that the general public be kept informed
of the trend of law-making...

-FOUR HUNDRED TOURISTS off the "Stockholm, landed in Cap-
Haitien on 'Monday much to the delight of the hotels and shops .of the
northern metropolis, giving them their first visitors for -the past
-several months... '

MONSEIGNEUR FRANCOIS POIRIER, observed his second anniver-
sary to as Arch Bishop of the capital.

MME. CELIE DIAQUOI DESLANDES was appointed Chief of
the Bureau at the Department of the Interior and of National
Defense, this week. The distinguished nominee is the
second woman to hold a high Administrative post. Miss Louise
Villard of the Department of Foreign Affairs was ..the first
to hold the feminine banner high'in an Administrative post of the
Foreign Office where she has served competently over the past years.

HUBERT CARRE, journalist and Director of the daily -Le Jour.
has been appointed Minister to the Haitian Legation in Bolivia, a
.confreres reported, this week: .

CLUB INTERNATIONAL DE COMMERCE held its weekly luncheon,
Wednesday, at Hotel Ibo Lele, with Mr. Juan Holms, Manager of the
SPAA Latin-American Division, as guest-of-honor. Mr. Holms, an expert
in touriistic questions spoke to the members on the subject of Tou-
rism...


Ir. lan Gileadi, of Gileadi Travel
Agencies, Miami, who is at pre-
ent editing a Shopping Guide for
'ort-au-Prince.

In a short, straightforward ad-
dress, Mr. Holms told how PAA
elt about Haiti and its tourist
possibilities. Haiti, he said, was
not competitive with the other is-
ands of the Caribbean, in the
sense that it had no widespread
beaches and no big hotels.
But Haiti had its own charm
which is unparalelled anywhere in
:he world. It had its own beauty,
culture, and graciousness a
vieux monde which induced
tranquility. Its scenery, climate
and culture could not be improv-
ed.
There were the man-made faci-
lities which the tourist expected.
Shopping, for instance and here
he paused to congratulate the
merchants on their merchandising
ability as reflected in the shops
here. Shopping in Haiti, Mr.
Holms said; was a double-barrel-
ledgun with its handicrafts and
its imported merchandise.

MANY FACTORS

Haiti should try to capitalize on
its positive features, but success
in doing so depended on many
factors, such as accommodation
facilitating the customer, rounr
tour operations, sports, climate
and shopping.

Climate could not be improved
Mr. Holms said, but shopping cer
tainly could. Shopping should b(
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were also needed in such facili
ties as guide books, price levels
sanitation and language.
It was necessary that the Go
veminent, as a partner in Tou
rism, should encourage citizens ti
realise that Tourism was their -
the citizens' business. It should
sponsor a campaign to bring th
message to every citizen showing
how Tourism helps him. It should
be emphasised that the touri5
who come to Haiti helps brin
a livelihood to the fish vendo
the mechanic, the musician a
well as the perfume 'seller if mn
to say Government employees.
Haiti should have a slogan
its own which, in time, would
identify Haiti in the minds
people abroad.

HOME PARTY WEEj(

Mr. Holms emphasised that a
the promotional work which PA
were doing was at its own expei
se to educate people abroad t
want to come to and enjoy th
charm of Haiti. He rccommende
that during the slow season their
should be some such attraction
a Haitian Home Party We.:
Whereby travel agents and the
employees, as well as the empl
yees of transportation companies
would be offered a week of vac
tion in Haiti at cost price.
During this week everyone


COFFEE PACT...
(Continued from page 1)

the market. The aim of the agree-
ment is to stabilize prices.
The decision followed a visit of
Arturo Morales, director of the
Federation Cafetalera de America.
Meantime, with improved prices
on the world market, Haitan gro-
wers, whose crop is expected to
reach 30,000 tons, have resumed
deliveries, which. had slowed fol-
lowing the price decline of early
October.
Deliveries to Government ware-
houses last month were the high-
est for any October since 1946.
The month's total was 95,185 sacks
of sixty kilos each (about 132
pounds). Exports for the month
were 21,619 sacks, against 17,004
for the similar period last year.


A special session was held at :
the Legislative Palace on Wed-
nesday by the Committee for:
Agriculture and Commerce to
discuss steps that should be ta-_-
ken to protect the small coffee-.
growing farms.
A petition requesting the re-
pair of the Parochial Churcr
was submitted by the dwellers
of Acul du Nord to the Commit-
tee of-Religion and Foreign Af-
faires.
A .plan for some utility pro--
jects such as reforestation of.
the mountainsides and rehabi.ll
station of the irrigation canal of
Madeleine (Miragoane), etc. pie:
sented by Senator' Bonhomme
was criticised by his colleague
from Suint Louis who felt that
loan money should be used for
projects that can bring in early
cash returns.


Special Full Course


:THANKSGIVING DINNE


From 3:00-P.M. to 8:00 P.M.


November 28th.


* CHILDREN' PORTION HALF PR]



S Reservations will be Appreciated




HOTEL SPLENDID

(Phone: 5591
& Phone: 5591


SUNDAY NOV. 24th 1957


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Haiti should be part of a co-ordin- Mr. Elias Noustas, also expres-
ated drive to give these special sed thanks to Mr. Holms. He wish-
visitors the maximum of pleasure, ed however to call the attention
comfort, and values at the lowest of members and guests of the
possible price. That would be one club to the fact that the large
of the best and lowest costing ad- sums undoubtedly spent by PAA
vertisements the country could and the energy devoted to selling
have. Haiti to vacationers abroad, were
Advertising, Mr. Holms went all done as part of a policy of
on, was extremely important but enlightened self-interest. That, o(
it should be done intelligently course, did not detract from its
otherwise it was a waste of mo value nor diminish in any way
ney. their appreciation of the work
PAA, Mr. Holms assured his PAA were doing.
audience, would be very happy to Mr. Noustas said that lie felt
co-operate with Haiti in helping that quite a few people in Haiti
her improve her tourist attrac- were doing the same also as a
tions. matter of enlightened self-intere.t
only on a lesser scale. What
THANKS they needed was more people who
saw the advantages to be gained
Mr. Robert Baussan, President by a similar policy, and who would
of the Hotels Association, thanked pool their efforts locally joining
Mr. Holms for his most interest- with such forces as PAA. They
ing and helpful talk and assured would then get much more effec-
him, in the name of the Associa- tive results.
tion, that all would be done to Iu .... .. ___ ..
*help him help Haiti.
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SUNDAY NOV. 24th 1957 aHAITI SUN,,e 3
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HAND BAGS ARE SPECIAL ,

FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
When time comes to buy that every now and then this bag, is
.special Christmas gift* do you sparked with silver beads among


try to make it something your
lady would like, but never go out
and buy for herself? If you don't,
Syou might give that rule some
thought some of the best gifts
in the world have come out of that
idea. For if it's something she
would really like but doesn't think
she should spend the money on,
then you can know it's just the
right thing to please her the most.
That's often the problem with very
lovely evening bags you know.
Any woman would love to have
them, to be able to look for-
ward to carrying her treasured
bag with her on the most spe-
cial occasions, yet often she
Doesn't feel she ought to put too
S much into something like that
: for herself. So why not decide
right now that is to be your gift
for Christmas 1957!

Actually you'll find a rather
amazing price range which be-
gins around $40.00 and vaults
into $100 and something, so
there's no doubt but that you'll
-have scope eibugh to choose
from. There are beautiful enve-
lope style bags with pastel beau
vais work on them in an espe-
cially graceful floral design, and
they're priced just $49.00.
Notice before you select one,
the collection of beaded bags
-too-- one that comes with either
black or white background has
a small colored bead accent on
both sides of the bag... another
bag, again in either black or white
has an ornate enamel frame
in all different colors.., see too
the lovely gold and white mesh
design... and the black bag with
gold bead work all over it in a
lovely royal looking pattern,


FLASH-FLA


the gold and as you move the
bag about, they seem to be gray
shadows of the main design.
This evening bag has a won-
derful spring clasp too and the
whole top section moves up like
the flap on an envelope, and at
the same time remains flat loo-
king.

ONE OF THE LARGEST

One of the largest evening
bags you've ever encountered is
available too with a huge ena-
mel clasp that's designed to
look like It's dripping color
from it's irregularly shaped,
crystal-lookin crusty top. It co-
mes in black with blue clasp, or
white with p gold, clasp accent.
It's large enough to hold ever'
single thing you could carry


The poems of the noted Haitiea
poet, Pierre Moraviah Morpeau,
'have inspired foreign artists.
A magnificent presentation of
-Ballet Noirs 4t the tmunicipal
Center 'df La Paz, Bolivia en Oc-
tober 17th last was reported a
huge success. The rich program-
me of the Academy of the Dance
and beauty of the ballet and of
the performance won great ac-
claim in the South American Ca-
pital.
The success of the poet was en-
hanced when he was publicly
complimented by the wife of the
President of Bolivia, Senora Siles
Suaz.
In accepting the Senora's con-
gratulations, Mr. Moravia- Mor-
peau proudly thanked her on be-
half of the Republic of Haiti, his
beloved fatherland.
Pierre Moravia Morpeau has for
the past several years been a re-
sident of Bolivia.


with you for the evening, and-
it's a veritable treasure at $135. ,
00. And before you make your
final selection, be suim to see
the white bead bags with cameo- Canadian
top- the clasp section is actual Ambassador
ly one large and two small cam- Presents Credentials
eos.
Certainly the gift 'of a very Mr. Hector Allard, Ambassador
lovely evening bag is one to Extraordina.y and Plenipotentia-
please any woman, especially ry of Canada to Haiti, presented
when she will soon be holiday- his credentials to the President of
celebrating and can carry it the Republic during a ceremony
right away. at Palais National, this week.
You have a month and a day Ambassador Allard has his of-
left use the day to buy your ficial residence in Havana where
special Christmas gift of an ele- he is also at the head of the Ca-
gantJ evening bag from La Belle nadian Embassy there.
Creole's handsome collection on Mr. Fulgencio Charpentier is
display for you now. Then you'll Charge d'Affaiers of Canada in
have a whole month to know Port-au-Prince.
you've done the right thing -
the best thing for making it 7i x xx x
really Merry Christmas this
year! OFFICIAL COMMERCIAL AND
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BULLETIN TO BE
ISH-FLASH PUBLISHED


0 0 B L A N Publication of an official bulle-
'0 S 0 B L A N C O 1tin. of commercial and industrial
.information. in-French and English
On the occasion of its third anniversary, 0 S 0 will begin soon, it was made
B L A N C 0 is offering to its kind customers TWO 1 known' by the Department',.of Na-..
1ROUND-TRIP TICKETS FOR A TRIP TO CUBA via tional 'Economy, this week.
the Compagnie ,CUBANA DE AVIACION,,. .-Th.e.ppject. was presented and
A nu ber d .1 debated at a meeting held in the
A numbered Sales Slip will be given to each 'offices of the Department lat
customer on purchases from one pound of meat ($.30) up. I week Among those participating
The winning nuhnbers will be those corresponding in the discussions were Mr. Lionel
to the first two winning numbers of the Extraordinary I Lavelanet, Director of the- Indus-
Drawing of tire Loterie National for the month of De- I trial Department. Messieurs Max
ceminber 1957. Daniel, Chief of the Service of
Claim Your Tickets beginning November llth. Cooperatives. Fritz Maximilien,
Chief of the Service of Artisanry,

GOOD LUCK TO THE HAPP" WINNERS I ...,
OSO BLANCO *
Telephone:_3963

BEFORE BUILDING SEE /
SIMACO, S.A. X

i Socidte Industrielle de Mate- Y'. y -"O-
riaux de Construction .l -i *.
,P. 0. Box 1273 Rue du Magasin //',
de l'Etat WI/44I
Portal de Leogane Zone
t behind Union School
Balusters of varied designs
': Locals materials ,
i-;.'~ ~Cjmdnt Blocks : ['
30 x 20 x 40
... 20 x 20 x 40
S15 x 20 x 40 7 s ga
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Wiener Charles, thief of Indus-
trial Control, and Alexandre C.
Bayard, Chief of the Section of
Industry.
The Bulletin will 'be published
quarterly, and will'be-distributed
to the various Embassies, Lega-
tions, Consulates and commercial
firms abroad with which the coun-
try has business relations.
Local businessman and indus-
trialists will be invited to the
next meeting of the organizers
and asked for their suggestions
and help in the realization of the
projected bulletin.
News of the new commercial
and industrial information bulletin
received favorable comments here
and will give a new impetus to
Haitian economical add commer-
cial activities in the foreign mar-
kets. -


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PO.BOX.462


Sports Activities

Being Pushed

In view of the various champion-
ship tournaments scheduled for
the year 1957-58 a Committee has
been formed by the Bureau of,
Sports, following a consultation
with the Directors of high schools
and colleges, -

Mr. Clovis Bonhommne, Lycee
Antenor Firmin Director, was
named President. Members Inclu-
de Mr. Emmanuel Cazeau of -the-
Port-au-Prince College, Secretary,'
Brother Gabrielli of St. t Louls de
Gonzague, Treasurer, Mrs. Rend
Michel, of the Normal School,
Counselor, and Mrs. Antoine Bois,
of the School of the Republic of
Chili, Counselor.


RuelleBERNE&LALUE.

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TOURISM: THE BIG PICTURE-XI


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yiVacation B
(,(SUN) Special Corres

On averages, in the past eight reign colony can be said to be the Cita
years it is estimated that over. a true resort area. For all our do we
night stopover visitors spent, vaunted Haitian hospitality, it .
through the intermediaries of seems strange that when ove.- For
the hotels, between $2 and $2.5 5 0 0 0 0 0 Americans have will pul
milloios of dollars locally for visited Haiti in the past ten years, page ou
- the above items. This does no* ;heir curiosity has not -fallen lendar


reflect the much larger sums-
estimated at about $8 millions-
involved in the -construction la.
bor and materials and other ser-
Svices.
Provided Haiti will really
open her doors to the resort-va-
Scation business, the base of 10o-
Scal expenditures will widen even
more.
- -.. Jamaica, Bermuda, the Virgin
I- islands the true resort areas
S -',all have large winter colonies
S of Americans and others, who
buy, build .or rent houses, own
cars, buy food and liquor, plus
many other commidities, hire.
servants, set up and maintain a
S.social life of their own, and
form the magnetic core of at-
atraction which is self-advertis-
ing. No area which does not pos-
ess such a semi-permanent eo.


on fertile ground.


I The truth is that the entire
tourist drive has ignored the
truth. Tourist money has been
easy to come by, in the old com-
fortable way; why make any
more effort than necessary?

The Minister, representing all
Haiti, must expand tourism not
just'in one narrow direction, but
in all directions. Telling the
three-day Tour resolves istelf
into a matter of simply selling
more Tours. This is an extreme
ly narrow concept, however, and
a good case could be made for
the proposition that it is ex-
tremely shallow business. The
time will surely come when all
of the middleaged ladies in ,the
United States who have read
Lydia Baileyo will have seen


'HAITI SUN,


Resort


business
spondent)
adelle- and then where HIGH.LIGHTING and


go from there?

example, the Haiti Sun
blish next week a full-
utline of a seven-day ca-
for vacationers in Haiti.


It will surprise one and all, doubt
less, that there are enough
events so that any visitor has
different and interesting events
to attend, or activity in 'which
to engage, for TWO full weeks
without repeating himself once.
The whole stress of any new ad
vertising must be upon this
basis : that the visitor to Haiti
will find here a great variety
of specially-arranged attractions
designed to interest everyone.
And I should like -to point out
that this program is available
now; nothing new has to be
constructed. All that is required
is a certain amount of organiza-
tion. based upon a genuine and
sincere desire upon the part of
the new Minister to put the vi-
sitor and his wishes ahead of


the special interests
wishes.


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CONCENTRATION
During this coming winter
season it will be most important
to insure a certain amount of
grouping of visitors; there will
be occasions when there will be
"hardly a handful of visitor.; in
Haiti. The last thing in the
world we want is that they re-
main isolated from one another
and kept corralled in a large
number of small disgruntled
groups.
Again, I must point out that.
from a competitive point of
view, there are a rather large
number of hotels in the world
with many more rooms than di'e
available in the hotels and pen-
sions in Haiti.
Leaving qut the pensions,
there are many hotels in Mianmi
Beach with more rooms than the
remainder. Faced with these facts,
the Minister has somehow to ache-
i%'e the task of opening, all his,
hotels as if they were one, tak
ing advantage of the special fea


and their tw'es of each and so HIGH-LIG!
'rING these attractions that the3
stand out, and are sufficiently
Tempting to the prospective visi-
tor so that he will be impelled
to arrange his vacation so th2
he does not miss any of thenim.
Roger Coster, of the Oloffson,
has perfectly demonstrated v"wat
Scan be accomplished by the cji--
rect use of the principle of con-


SUNDAY NOV. 24th 1957 ..

*ly original and appealing attract
tions..
The other hotel-keepers, some.'
of them, have tried and are try-'.
ing to concentrate their efforts,."
upon one special night a week,
to the end of presenting some-i:11
thing really unusual and note- 'i
worthy. The trouble is that these.
efforts are not only not recei-
ving any recognition as positive- -.
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aIIAITI SUN' Pate 5


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


NATIONAL EDUCATIONDear
It is
INDICATIONS that the problem of National Education are t i
to be given priority by Congress will come as welcome news these
to all Haitians. The Minister for Education this week revealed tically
to the Senate the unfortunate conditions among our rural tant
schools. He also suggested remedies, the most interesting of which
which is a crash plan to build 6,00 schools at an approximate ble st,
-ost of $ 2,000 each. I th
IF no nation can exist half slave and half free certainly no motor'
actionn can play its full part if the great majority of its youth rectly
are barred from attaining even a primary education. The pro- ashore
'lem of production of new wealth and the beneficial exploi- should
nation of the natural resources of the country, thus contribu- city.
ting to a higher standard of life for all, is intimately bound Breei
up with the opportunities of Haitian boys and girls to obtain ed sec
adequate educational preparation for the tasks before them. lane v
THE TASK is no easy one but in other spheres in their ing to
history Haitians have proved themselves equal to any sacri- the he
fice demanded of them provided the objective is clear and We
the leadership sound.'There should be no doubting that Hai- grass;,
tians, facing a task as onerous but as rewarding in the social used I
and economic fields of today, can prove themselves worthy Cite
of the example of their forebears in the political field of and u
yesterday. and f]
PERHAPS it may be of interest at this stage to quote from to Po
the recommendations of the United Nations Mission Report butior
of 1949 on the subject : task to be accomplished with the limited resources of Haiti your
,,and the teachers need adequate pay and security of tenure,
< independent of the vagaries of political change, which must Noven
,system or to block its improvement. The curricula of aUll the Mr. l
,(schools primary, secondary, pre-vocational, vocational, Editoi
<,with the life and economic realities of Haiti...... Progress in
. <.depend upon the efficient service of public education.
,(The Government's task is to make the masses of the popu -
dlation more effective participating and producing members
<,of society. This is a world- wide trend. For its advancement
'Haiti no less than any other country in a comparable si-
tuation needs the continuous stimulation of cultural im-
,pulses from outside. It cannot afford not to utilize to the '
fullest extent any competent educators from among its na-
ctionals who have been trained abroad with Haitian or for
,,eign scholarships. Whatever is good in other countries
<-should be examined objectively for its value to the improve-
..inent of the organization of Haitian education and its effi-
,,cient operation in urban and rural areas alike;,.
With these principles none could disagree. ,,













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Marcel DESIR, Hamitna puiit er and sculptor as stated an the -SUN, .
Marcel Dksir, Haitian painter and sculptor who. as vtare! in lthe SUN
some of te' 50 paintings e hopes to exhibit. r


KLM AWARDED AN (OSCAR)


The 1956 Annual report of
K L M. has won a prize in the an-
nual contest organized by the
New York financial paper. -Fi-
nancial World'. for the best pro-
,duced annual report. This prize


:i bronze Oscar, has been award-
ed in the international airlines
category. and it was presented to
the General Manager of K.L.M in
the United States, on October
28th.


WA


Editor :
s certainly gratifying to see
nain street being repaired,
days, for traffic had prac
y abandoned this impor-
arteryy of the Capital
had fallen into a deplora-
ate.
ink the Grand' Rue which
ists have to use drive di-
from the sea-board to se
S out Martissant way
d be made the pride of the

i grass planted in the rais
tion that divides the traffic
would be restful and sooth-
those using the street in
?at of the day.
could get some speci"; of
something similar to that
by Wilson to landscape hins
Wilson some years post,
se this natural green girl-
orn the Portail St. Joseph
rtail Leogane.
s would be a great contri-
n to urbanism. What d o
other readers think?
Sincerely,
(s) Urbanite.
x x x x
mber 21, 1957.
GRAND RUE)
lernard Diederich.
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Dear Mr. Diederich : Haiti?
Is there nothing to be done to
encourage young folks entering
into Commercial art on a wide
scale that would bring them luc
ritive recompense ? Cartoonists
and those engaged in commer-
cial art work abroad drawiv in
tidy sums for their work.
Young Haitians have shown in
almost every other branch, and
if some of our industrial and bu-
siness moguls would' promote a
contest, it would bring many. of
the artists into the public focus. -
In this way ,an entire new field
would be created, and newspapers,
magazines and periodicals could
use the services of the artists in
preparing advertisements as
well as in illustrating their ar-
ticles. t -Cu n
Why not start up a contest to


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- Page 6


The Reverend Mildred Nor- ,sionary work, and her contact'
beck, head of the Haiti Inland made directly with the people
- Mission, is shown on horseback she has consecrated her life to
as she starts her climb into the serve, has given-her a keen in.s
hills where she takes the light ight and sympathetic understand
of -the Gospel to the peasant fa- ing of their problems. An Ameri
miles. can, she speaks Frenc.eh and Cre.


the Haitian Hills,) a six-page,
well-illustrated periodical that
describes the work of the Mis-
sion in Haiti.


ole.
Miss Norbeck enjoys her mis- She also publishes xCall of o ___V


PAA OFFICIAL CONFERS

WITH TOURIST INTERESTS

-Mr. Juan Holms, Sales Divi- The PAA official announced
S. sion Manager for the Latin.Ame his plans for bringing 40 Travel
S.rican Division of Pan American Editors to Port-au-Prince as i K U
Wr. .. ld. Aairways spent several part of a vigorous campaign on
days-.here this week conferring behalf 6f the tourist indust_'y.
with members of the tourist in-
d" .f... Tuesday evening, he Jisceosed
: dstry his plans to another grpun 'in- LES PL S BELLI
O.. 'n Tuesday, during a .lunche- eluding Mr. and M'rs. David HAITI
': .on at Hotel- El. Rahcho,. -'Vr., -Gosset, Mri ChrisUjian Germain, S-
.-. ..- ..f--l..
"-Holms talked with Dr. Rindal Mr. Elias Noustas 'owner of La B
:.;Assad, owner of Hotel Vilhai Belle Creole, and Mr. Aublin PLACE
.' "Creole, Mr. 'Hermann Desir, Di- Jolicoeur, journalist. Mr. Silv-?-
: rector of the Haiti Goverunent ra and Mr. Chauvet also sat in,
"" Tourist Bureau at New-York, on this conference, at El Ran-
:.;'."presently -here on official busi- cho. .l-lt
n ess,, Mr. Albert Silvera,-ovner Mr. Holm's visit and plans r -/
..: of Hotel El Rancho, and Mr. have met with great enthus.,' "IsmU
".-ferre Chauvet of the Citadeile among those engaged in the IS
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-LHAITI SUN,,

OFF TOTHE HAITIAN HILLS
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the International boioety ior me
Welfare of Cripples attracted de-
legates from twelve American re-
publics and the Commonwealth of
Puerto Rico.
The people of Guatemala had
ever-y right this past week to be
proud. Five :,Years ago there were


to the rehabilitation center in Gua.
temala City.
Here, in addition to medical and
rehabilitation care, he is provided
with vocational training in tailo-
ring, radio repair, handicraft, shoe
repair, clerical %ork and other


virtually no services of any kind trades.
for the physically handicapped Experience has shown that the
among its population of 3,125,000. best procedure in cost instances is
Today, Guatemala has an out- to train the disabled person in
standing polio center for children, some trade such as tailoring or
a modern school for blind and shoe repair which he can do indc-
deaf children, an excellent work-I pendently in his own Illage. Many


shop for blind adults, a new school
of physical therapy, and a com-
plete physical and vocational re-
habilitation center for disabled
workers.
The polio center provides servi-
aes for an average of 100 in-pa-
tients and 100 out-patients daily.
Its methods are most modern and
a team approach is used with me-
dical specialists in pediatrics, or-
thopedic surgery and physical me-
dicine and rehabilitation, nursing.


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times, such rehabilitated workers
with their own small business.
earn $ 2 a day as compared to the
50 cents to S 1 a day they earned
as laborers prior to their disabi-
lity.
While in the center, patients
receive all services without cost
and two-thirds of their regular
wages.
Leadership- in the development
of rehabilitation services in Gua-
temala has come from two sour-
(es, the United Nations and a
small nucleus of physicians and
paramedical personnel who have
had trainingin the.United States.
Although Guatemala City has a
number of first-rate medical %pe-
cialists trained in the United Sta.
tcs and Europe, the nation as a
whole is very short of doctors. Its
total of 600 physicians give it a
ratio of one physician for- each
5,200 population. The ratio in thle
United States is about one to 800.
Guatemala's one medical school
has forty graduates each year.
NUTRITION IS A PROBLEM
Guatemala's major health pro-
blems are malnutrition and infec-
tious disease, which cause half of
a11 deaths among children u.lder
five. The former is ironic for .,ia.
temala is a land of agricu:.ir.al
plenty. Ali types of food .i: be
easily gro,%vn in its ;eF; r,:l that
extends -.-p, i- h i,.,c I ,,!ds
to the ,i Ilinlt11 "pI, i T,111 TI r II.-
dian popalj.tioli. oan;, .:, d- it
bolderi-, dcvoied thliir nmar..,:.l
producing, ;'"Pus t, :r .v ; r ,:rn
which L,.r.iprisc-; most (f ,!,eir
diet.
Some excellent balanced diets
of locally available fced have
been developed in tHu, outstand.
ing research program of Dr. Nevin
Scrimshawv and associ-ates in the-
(Continued on page 11)


REHABILITATION SHOWCASE

A REVIEW OF THE PROGRESS
In Guatemala as Exhibited at
Interamerican Parley
By Howard A. RUSK, M. D.
Special to The New York Timies.

GUATEMALA CITY. i physical therapy, bracemaking and
For the past two months, Gua- social service.
temala has been beset by the elec-
tion and post-election problems of AN EFFECTIVE PROGRAM
choosing a successor to the late The Guatemalan Institute oi So-
President Carlos Castillo Armas .cial Seturiity operates an unique
who was assassinated in July. and highly effective rehabilitation
These problems were forgotten program. When workers covered
this past week when the Central by social security are disabled
American republic proudly played from accidents, their initial needs
host to the Third Inter-American are met in one of a series of forty
Congress on Rehabilitation. The small trauma centers throughout
meeting which was sponsored by the nations 42,000 square miles.
the Republic of Guatema'a and If the disability is severe, the
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FOREIGN PRESS FEATURES -worthy of which will be the South
Coast sector in the vicinity of
REVEAL STRENGTH OF HAITI'S Cotes-de-Fer, between Jacmel and
TOURIST APPEAL Cayes, ,iUi magnificent white-
a nnd heaches hnrdering on the Ca-


(.SUN. Special
NEI'W YORK.- The increasing
number of feature stories on Hai-
ti's Tourism plans now appearingI
in the foreign press all stres-
sing that the country's appeal to
vacationers is unimpaired is
proof if any were needed of the
strength of the tourist appeal
which Haiti has established. It re-
lects, also, the great fund of goo--
will which has been built up
abroad.
This month's number of the
,.Travel Courier-', for instance,
features on its front page an in-
terview with President Duvalier,
outlining the Government's acce
lerated plan for Tourist Develop-
ment.
Haiti's new Government. says
the trade review, has given top
priority to/measures which will
reestablish the steady flow of tomr.
ists to this Caribbean republic and
stimulate future traffic Wh a level
higher than ever before.
Ready And Eager
President Francois Duvalier, in
an interview with the TRAVEL
COURIER, said his admninistra-
tion's first goal is to convince both
sellers of travel and their clients
that Haiti is ready and eager to
receive visitors in record numbers.
SHe pointed out that hotel im-
proyvements and expansion during
the past two years have provided
Haiti with the greatest number of
deluxe and first class accommoda-
tions in its history. The govern-
ment intends to encourage the in-
vestment of additional capital in
tourist facilities to keep pace with
the upward trend of travel to the
C Caribbean.
An ardent admirer of tihe late
SPresident Dumarsais Estime', Dr.
Duvalier recalled it was during
S the EstimrE regime that Haiti's
S tourist industry was born. The
1949 Exposition was the opening


il Correspondent)
bell. Government support and fi-
nancial assistance brought into
being urgently needed hotels,
among them El Rancho and Ibo
Lele, two of Haiti's most popular
and successful.
Tourist Board
The momentum initiated eight
years ago, which developed an in-
crease of more -than 800 per cent
in six years following the Exposi-
tion, will be carried forward in
the future, Dr. Duvalier said.
The Chief *Executive emphasiz-
ed his conviction that future tour-
ist progress in Haiti must stem
from friendly collaboration be-
tween government and private
tourist interests. To accentuate
this point, Dr. Duvalier proposes
the creation of a new Tourist


nribbean; and preservation and im-
provement of national monuments
and historic sites, including the
Palace of Sans Souci, at the gate-
way to the Citadelle, on the North
Coast.
Plans are also being considered.
to transfer COHATA, Haiti's na-
tional airline, from army opera-
tion to an independent setup man-
aged by civilians.
Far-Reaching Program
President Duvalier expressed
confidence that Haiti's continued
growth as a tourist destination
will spell attractive new profit op-
portunities for foreign investors.
His reported tangible interest in
the Cap Haitien area, for example,
with prospective investors ready
to finance a 200-room hotel, air-
port improvements and related


Board, which will function some-I tourist facilities entailing. an out-I
what along the lines of the statu-. lay of more than $10,000,0000.
story tourist boards in other Carib- Haiti will make every effort, he
bean countries. RIepresentatives oi said, to inspire the confidence
the board will include hotel, trans- which creates a favorable climate
portation, travel agency,,shopping for foreign investment.


' and other private interests, as well
as such government departments
as commerce, finance, foreign re-
lations and public health.
i The President has in mind, also,
giving additional importance to
tourism as a major element in
Haiti's economy by placing the in-
dustry for the first time in the
. top echelon of government activi-
ty, at-cabinet level under a Minis-
ter of Tourism.

Big Hotel For Cap
Other items on the ambitious
government agenda to encourage
tourism were outNlined by Dr. Du-
Svalier as follows : a' far-reaching
e public works program with em-
I phasis on highways, port facilities
and beach development; creation
of new tourist attractions through
Sthe improvement of areas now re.
; latively inaccessible, most note.


Citing man;, occasions when
Haiti played host to ASTA chap-
ter meetings and to .school-on-
road. groups. President Duvalier
emphasized that his country has
always recognized the key role of
the travel agent in guiding the
travel decisions of millions of all
branches of the trade that visi-
tors tO Haiti cruise passengers
Americans. He gave assurance
that those who stop over for only
a few hours this winter as well
as vacationists who spend several
days will experience in full
measure the gracious hospitality
and joie de vivre which has made
this land one of the most popular
on the Caribbean circuit.


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"HAITI SUN,


Lat:l


NEW U. S. AID PLAN IS OPPOSED AT U. N.

CRITICS HOLD PROPOSAL FOR $100,000,000
FUND IS DIVERSION TACTIC

By DAVID ANDERSON


UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. -
S Opposition- to the new United S.a-
t6s proposal for a $ 100,000,000
development fund for underdeve-
loped countries has fornied quick-
ly.
The eleven nations sponsoring
the larger Special United Nations
Fund for Economic Development
agreed to stand firmly behind
Rieir own plan, which has been
opposed by Washington fdr eight
years.
These nations as well as the
fourteen Latin-American coun -
tries, (called by Chile). held mee-
tings. and decided to support the
larger plan.@
The discussion at both meetings
followed a similar line. It was
learned that the delegations con-
sidered the United Siates picopo-
sal a diversionary tactic designed
to. torpedoda the eleven-nation de-
velopment proposal.


The eleven-nation plan, on the so. to take our minus oft the Spe-
other hand, was conceived as a cial United Nations Fund idea.-
means for accelerating the econo- Debate on this larger plan is
mic development of needy lands scheduled to for this week in the
through the financing of basic G e n er a l Assembly's Economic
non-self-liquidating projects such Committee. Sponsoring the reso-
as road construction, irrigation lution will be the Netherlands,
and educational and health servi- Yugoslavia, India, Indonesia Me-
ces. This plan envisages outlays xico, Venezuela, Arg2ntina, Chile,
of at least $250,000,000. Ceylon, Egypt and Greece.
The-delegate from Latin America
said that financing would not be -New York Tinirsr
on a contributor matching basis, I
United States who had' said that-
the U.S. might have to .bear by far!
the heaviest burden. ,


Supporters of the larger plan,
al their meeting, were reported
to have maintained that the idea
of a United States contribution to
a S 100.000,000 fund was -illuso-
ry. The recipient nations of tech-
nical assistance cannot even now
raise enough cash to "enjoy the
full benefits of Washington's pro-


It was fet that while the Unit- misesk. a delegate commented.
ed States plan, announced last- ,
week by Representative Walter Extra Dissatisfaction


H. Judd, might have merits, the
proposal ought to be debated se
parately as part of the technical
assistance picture, rather than in
jected into a discussion of a ca
pital-improvement program.

Scope Of U.S. Plan
Thie United States has recom
Smended a fund to be financed b$
matching contributions. It would
grow out :of an. existing technical
assistance program for which
$ 30,000,000 has been pledged,
. and calls for surveys, training ins-
titutes and industrial research as
essential preliminaries to' capital
investment by private, national or
international sources.


e Dissatisfaction.over the United
- States proposal was heightened,
- .: was said, by the manner in
- which it was presented. Some de-
- legates complained that Washing-
ton had circulated the plan to
their respective home ministries
before they had an opportunity
- to study. it and report bacd: to
' their governments. -
I We were not consulted here in
- advance, as is. the .custom-, a La-
i tin-American. AmbassadGr said.
a .This was an insult to us, and very
wrong. The fourteen delegations
made it absolutely clea- that they
were against the plan. We think
of it is a little bit 01ot meat tossed
ouft-or us to cat,'ii, and in doing


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fort Beauvoir.

Similar Ideal
Welcoming the guests on be.
half of Mrs. Marshall and hin.
self, the Ambassador spoke of the
cordial diplomatic relations exis
ling between his country and Hal-
ti, emphasizing his joy at hating
the opportunity of representing
Liberia here where th2 same
ideals of progress, peace and lib-
berty are cultivated. He cft'fered
his best wishes for the happiness
of the country and to the new


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ponded on behalf of the President
and the nation returning thanks
for the kind words of the Libe-
rian emissary. He expressed his
wishes for the personal happiness
of the Ambassador and his wife,
and for the material and moral
prosperity of the Liberian people,
and for their Chief of State, Pre-
sident Tubman.

The health of the two nations
and that of the'Presidents of Hai-
ti and of Liberia were then toast-
ed in champagne.
Guests were then invited to
partake of the superb buffet.
Ambassador Marshall and his
g:-acious wife opened the dance.
and were quickly joined by nu-
merous other couples, as the
ChoucoUlne Orchestra took over
'Tth its inimitable merginues and
.iambas.
The diplomatic couple were
ably assisted in making guests
feel chezz soi by" First Embassy
Secretary and Mrs. Benjamin
Freeman, and Mr. Walter Picker-
Lng of the Liberian Embassy.
The Marshall's first reception
was a great success, and establis-
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was Franck St-Victor of -La Pha-
lange:-. Cocktails were served, and
after leaving Ciudad Trujillo, the
passengers partook of champagne
from the Taittinger cellars. This
famous mark is served at lunch
and at dinner on the KLM planes.

Besides fruit, they had a famous
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coffee at the ,Princesse Beatrix-
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Resuming the flight they could
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Rehabilitation Showcase

S(Continued from page 6)


Institute of Nutrition in Central
America and Panama, which is
supported by governments and
United States foundations. It is
difficult, however, to change the
centuries-old eating habits of hle
Indians although a current all-out
education program should produce
resuflls and lower infant mortali-
ty.

The dinbassadois and consuls of
other nations and the foreign
guests al the congress were ini-
press-ed by what has hbeen acc3m-
plished in developing rehabilita-
tion Fcrvices in Guat-mala. Even
more impressive however, v'as
the enthusiasm an.dl interest of
other coitries, such as El Salha.
dor in starting rehabilitation pro.
grains and cf all present for start-
ing regional centers in Lhltin
An.ncri-a to training physical ther-
api-,ts, occul)ational therapy s t s ,
speech and hearing therapists,
brace and limbmakers and other
personnel

The more 'than .300 dt.legalls
who attended the Third Inter-Ame-
rican Congress on RehabiliIation
this past week were -Good Neigh-
bors- in every-sens of the word,
for they were sharing knowledge
to help their own disabled country-
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K. L. M. Manager, Mr. D Breed, whiches is the newest and most
accompanied his guests on the 5- luxurious in Curacao. It was built
day trip to the Dutch West Indies at a cost of 3 million dollars. The
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Color shots for a new brhi
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Coves of Dondon, Coves
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NEW YORK, Nov. 6 (AP).
Human space travel has
already partially begun.
Jet pilots are flying so high
that much of the earth's air is
beneath them. They are alrea-
dy meeting and conquering
some major problems involved
in trips to the moon or Mars.
': .- Human volunteers in special
S experiments are producing ans.
wers as to whether, and how,
F, humans can stand greater and
more severe challenges higher
in the void of space.
But don't believe there will
be bargain-price reserved tic-
kets to the moon by 1960 or
1963.
-It just won't be that easy.
Indeed, there are some scien-
tists and experts who say space
travel is forever out of the ques
tion men couldn't stand it,
or be protected well enough.
There's a middle opinion that
human journeys into space are
a very long way off perhaps
no earlier than the end of this
century.
'But enthusiasts say the first


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space Columbus has already
been born or now is even in
school. They see initial space
journeys within five to 10 years.
Jet pilots are flying in such
thin air that they must carry
their own exygen, use pressuri-
zed cabins and special suits, or
else their blood would boil at
these heights. Their planes are
overcoming problems o f heat
from friction at high speed in
the air they meet. The pilots
Share experiencing sensations of
Cno gravity weightlessness -
at times in their flights.
SSpace flight means more or
Most 'of the same problems, in-
tensified. But with pew problems
added.
Can human life withstand the
radiation men will meet in space
from cosmic rays, and from in-
tensive ultraviolet light and X-
rays from the sun? Our blanket
of atmosphere blocks out most
of these rays which might quick
ly kill or damage the unprotec-
ted body.
Our air also burns up most of
the meteors whizzing in at us
from space. How crowded is


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Space with this cosmic dust, or
with big meteor chunks travel-
ing faster than any cannon shell.
and just as lethal if they barrel-
ed through a pressurized space
cruiser?
I BABY MOONS-
Baby moons-U.S. and Russian
equipped with sensitive tlL-
truments and radios, will report
what these hazards are, or wiia'.
unsuspected dangers may exist.
Under International Geophy-
sical Year 'agreement, both na.
tions are pledged to tell the
world what their baby moon-
learn.
With that knowledge scientists
and engineers might devise ma-
terials and methods to safeguard
human astronauts physically.
Some problems are being an-
ticipated, and the human capa-
bilities tested, though not direc-
tly for space travel.
Rockets taking off from earth
will subject occupants to many
times the normal pull %f gravity.
making bodies fell like l.ad. Ex
periments show that men can
apparently tolerate this.
Weightlessness- in jet planes
or space cruiser can make
some people feel conitused, with
impaired sense of direction.
Aviation medical studies are
spelling out why some indivi-
duals are affected this way and
others not. and how to choose
them.
i Artificial gravity, from centri-
fugal spinning of the space crui
ser, could offset the no-gravity I
trouble. Test with human, can
tell how much spinning is need-
ed out in space.
, Biological effects on co)'irc
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mals such as Laika, are the first
pioneers of space, going up
aboard rockets, then parachut-
ing back to earth. This has been
done with mice and monkeys as
well as dogs, with cameras re-
cording their reactions.
Monkeys have gone up 80 miles
high inside U.S. rockets.
Such animal trials could be
arranged humanely 'to prevent
suffering but the real step
would be human volunteers tcst
ing the practicality of space tra-
vel.
Could people psychologically
withstand the peculiar challen,-
ges of space? Long trips mean
a few persons cooped together
in probably cramped quarters
for days or months, in perhap-I
continuous peril, with quick, deci
sive, cooperative actions.
The picked men manning atom


ic submarines operate und2.- ans
wer is yes.
Women might be the first
choice because, say male psy-
chologists, they can tolerate
boredom and monotonous task%
better. Another suggestion is to
put space crews into suspended
animation on long journey with
special drugs while automatic
controls or signals from earth
control the flight to Mars.
It seems certain that the first
astronauts will be carefully
handpicked maybe one ji n
thousands on considerations
of health, psychology, training
and skills.
Before they go, there are tre-
mendousy difficult practical
problems to be solved. Can we
devise the hardware the rock
ets with sufficient power, with
sufficient and safe controls':





SUNDAY NOV. 24th 1957 ( ,(HAITI SUN,, Page 13-


TOURISM: THE BIG PICTURE...
i(Continued from page 4)

contributions, but are being par life built upon truth, rather
tially blocked by other special than fancy.
- interests.


It. does no good trying to con-
ceal the fact that most consider
it to be in their best interests
to try subly to dissuade their
guests from visiting other ho-
tels. How much better it would
be if they would help each other
and themselves by (1) using the
talents of the other hotels to
keep their own guests amused
six nights in the week, and (2)
thus insuring reciprocal coope-
ration in putting oh a very spe-
cial and most interesting gala
themselves on the other night,
for the benefit of a rally sig-
nificant crowd. -


'cionadas to return to Haiti agin
and agin.
S A visit to the Centre d'Art,


SDAYTIIE ACTIVITIES according to a good many vis:-
As will be seen from niet tors, is normally just plain dull,
week's calendar, this system of unless one is taken around by
concentration and highlighting M. Peters or one of the other
.',as again been used to 4cfeaturem directors. Even then, atmosphn-
*.ertain activities on certain re is far from gay.
lays. This has the additional ad Making the best use of tho
vantage, to the organization Center d'Art as an attraction for
'punsoring the activity,' of ac- Haiti, entails only giving it one.
ting as a -'starter* for future .',day,, of its own, each week,
business, an initial introduction upon which to hold a real c-Opcn
Take Kyona Beach. Th,' Go House-, for visitors. Concentra-
vcrnment has almost allowed tion of the best efforts of M.
this enterprise to die on the Peters and the staff upon a
vine, when truly it should b.? mammoth welcome for every-
strongly featured on the one one, once a week, with a cock-
hand, and supported with spe- tail party at 5 for specially-in-


S cial transportation on the other. vited guests, will insure that it
Look at it from the standpoint Kyona Beach, in the Calen- becomes a real attraction. As
of the customer. Haiti, rightly dar, is listed as holding an all those who know anything
considered, is competing IN ALL Open HouseL, every Wednes- about Art will affirm, you have
DEPARTMIENTS with its neigh-' day during the season. Provided Ito get a large number of people
boring Islands. It cannot possi- the Government insists that the together in a small room or se.-
Sbly compete with such mamoth d'Adeskys are given every pos- ries of rooms to sell paintings.
attractions as the very beautiful sible support for this Open Hou Far from slowing up business
Fountain of Light of the Domi- se, they can plan upon a very the rest of the week, this cOpen
S nican Republic, the foreign' at- special effort for that day. House, will stilnulate repeat
S tractions of the Caribe Hilton, When the visitors arrive, they visits All Mr. Peters and the
:. the Condado Beach and the city can be assured. of finding the other artists could wish for is
of San Juan, the fabulous night place crowded, a most important that every visitor be xexposcd.
life of Havana WITHOUT point pschysologically. T h e to the Center at least once while
TRYING. whole atmosphere will be gay he is here. It is the number of
What this means is that Haiti, and happy. The visitors will get ,exp6sures which governs thi-
the country, loses revenue if it I the idea that Haiti really is in- number of sales, as a general
does not use ALL the {alentU 1terested- in giving them a warmi rule.
at its disposal in the best man- 'welcome and in seeing that they CONCLUSION
n her" possible, to the .encd thli are receiving special attention. One hopes in this way _lto
Night life in Haiti does IN FACT There can be country music and show that our beloved country is
involve a series of special ?e-nts:! dancing. One. may.-be absolute- capable of being presented in a
5,;. which are fully competitive with ly positive that the proprietor.i startlingly wide.-variety of interest.
;-s." the night life of its neighbor.:, will put their very best effort ting aspects, to a far greater num
, It does no good to advertise i-lai into seeing that everyone has a ber of prospects than is now the
tian night life when no one real good time Far _from detracting case.
Sly has any very clear idea it con from business the rest of the The key to such a presentation
sists, beyond Choucoune and thl.- week, thick 'open house.' will act lies in the wroks, -OPEN HOU-
e- Casino. to build it up, as there will be SE, These words convey the spi-
If the prospective customer a certain proportion of the rit of welcome, of opcn-landed-
gets the idea that he can come guests who will like it so ness, of happiness and good cheer,
to Haiti and see a different much that they will return manv of laughter and whliol'.-heartc!d en-
r. show every night for two weeks times. -Moreover, it jis likely joyment. They c,-iv'y also th spe
in a different spot, Haiti will 'that the good time they have ,at cial idea of a gala house-party to
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It must be remembered that different and interesting locales.
there are good solid -easons why [f we are ingenious, we can make
many Americans prfer the ocean t-his sort of shorebased houseparty
cruise for their vacations. Prima- infinitely more appealing.
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whant to meet other Americans. be made to the problem of revi-
The only way in which Haiti -- ving tourism, all along. the line.
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SUNDAY NOV. 24th 1957


Oa. IA ,HAITI SUN),


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IRRIGATION is regarded as HIGHWAY SPURS BUILDING
one of the key problems in Hai- Sonora and other Western
ti's drive for greater agricultu- Mexican states are beginning to
ral production. I realize the economic effect of
From iMexico, this week, ames the WVest Coast highway stretth-
this inspiring story from *New- ing from Nogales along the
York "Timest Correspondent western coast down to the bot-
Paul Kennedy, on the tremdous torn of Nyarit and thience turn-
reward reaped in Mexico from ing inland to connect Mexico
'Water Magic* in arid Sonora City with the western part of
State.' 'the nation.
SThe state of Sonora is bring- The highway has given .ri-
ing to national attention this petus to building in the cities it
month the drive by Mexico's nor serves. Some of these cities such
thwestern states to increase agri as Hermosillo,' Ciudad Obregon.
cultural production.. Guaymas, Los Mochis, Culiacan
An exposition, dedicated to and MazatUlan are suddenly evol
4Sonora on the Mardh,. has ving from steeply little villages
opened here in the state capital to cities.
and will continue through the Sonora ii witnessing a popula-.
early part of December. It--de- tion boom as are all the other
picts the transition of one of the northwestern Mexican states.
country's largest states from I
endless miles of wasteland and COMMON MARKET
.--the -home of the ffierce Yaqui N"NEAR FOR LATINS
Indians to its present status as RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil -
supplier of. most of Mexico's -Latin American economists
wheat' and a leader in mining are working hard to make a
and fishing, dream come .true a common
market of Latin America's 200
S NATIONAL. MORE million prsofis.
The expositionis particularly The market would tear down
timely. The story of Sonora economic baries which have
points up the national struggle held back this area for decades.
to bring more land under-culti- Economists believe they are
nation in the face of a worriso- drawing closer and closer to that
me population increase. The goal.
country's population of approxi- Already, economic field cx-
-mately 30,000,000 is increasing perts are "studyying the pro-
at the rat' of 3 per cent annual blems of the Latin American na-
.ly'. arid agricultural and indus- ..tions with a view toward ecouo-
tiial expansion has failed thus mic unity. The studies were ur
a to keep pace. dered by the UN Economic Corn
.;While' the central part (f the mission f6r Latin American in
.. ation is preoccupied" with the La Paz, Bolivia, last May 'at. J
development of industry, the.ria meeting of 20 American nations.
itional hope for self-sustenance Impetus was given bp'the ap-
i ndfor help in balancing the proval of the common mark,-'t
hationad6 'tjrads ledge. through plan at the Inter-American Eco
% '. .- ..
agJculturaI production lies in nomic Conference in Buenos Ai
:he northern states such as. So- res in September.
;ora, ILtwer Clifonfiia, Sinaloa, .
Shihualua, Cbahuila and Te- TWO YEAR" STUDY '
paulipas. Dr. Jose Carrido Torres, one
of Latin America's top econ-
9a5TER ACTS LIKE MAGIC omists and a leading proponent
J. Vater and work have been of the common'market, says pre"
plarincipal factorsin. Sonora's lIminary common market stu-
.er.gence within-the last eight dies should be completed within
years as the national breadbas- two years.
ket In 1951 the Federal Govern The next step, lie said, would
hierfit completed one of the lar- be the establishment of small
gest dams in Latin America.,'th 'regional markets in South Anic-
ivaro Obregon dam oil the Ya- rica. One such market probably
qui River. Last year the Govern would consist of Brazil, Argen-
mont completed another largo tina, Chilfe and Uruguay OthuL.
irrigation project, the Mozucari regional markets would bIe Cs.
dam south of Navajoa. tablished and eventually hli0\
'Stretches of desert land that far in the future is anybody's
cannot be reached by the canals guess all would merge into I
of these dams are being 3uppli- a Latin American purchasing
ed by a system of deep wells, powers.
The land under cultivation A common market in its Ii
has jumped from 200,000 acrEs nal from would enable cooper
in 1939 to 2,042,040 accres in ating countries to exchailgL
S 1957. In 1939 the state produced goods tariff free, thus elimnating '
78,000 tons of wheat. This past stiff trade restrictions. It wouil
season it produced 612,290 tons. foster major trade expansion. '
In 1949 Sonora produced 4,000 Basic industrial products su:.i
tons of colon. This year the crop as trucks, cellulose, petroclie-
is estimated at 285,935 tons. micals and locomotives probably


Should be the small regional mar
kets at the outset.
The object would be to estib.
lish a broad market for indus-
tries requiring huge capital in-
vestments, both foreign and dom
estic. It's a matter of getting
enough customers for produc-
lon at low costs.
How would a regional market
operate?
For example, in a regional
market consisting of say Brazil,
Argentina, Chile and Uruguay,
a truck manufactured in Brazi!
would be exported to the other
three countries duty free. Thus
the price of a BrazilUan-.made
truck in Chile would be the
same as in Brazil plus transpor-
tation and normal dealer costs.


IRRIGATION, KEY PROBLEM IN HAITI'S

DEVELOPMENT MAKES MEXICO'S
DESERT BLOOM


sided over by the Right Reve-
rend C. Alfred Voegeli, Chief of
the Episcopalian Missfon in Hal
ti. Bishop Vobgeli will deliver
the traditional sermon.
The Episcopal Church of Haiti
has invited the public to attend
the services.
It is to be noted that the
Mural paintings at St. Trinity.
attract many-art lovers and vi-
sitors to its doors to admire the
attractive and unusual concep-
tion of religious subjects express
sed by the indigent artists on
the interior front walls of the
edifice.


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Dr. Victor Noel, one of the pro-
moters of the Endocrinologian So-
ciety, made the openinrig spech at
the inaugural session and his par-
ticipation brought most favoura-
ble comments from the Argentine
Press, specially from the papers
cLa Prensai and Nacion.
The Congress took place in the
Medical School at the University
of Buenos Ayres from Nov. 3rd.
to Nov. 9th. The next Congress
will be held in Lima, Peru.

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Thanksgiving Day Haitian Specialist at Endocrino-
Services At St-Trinity logiai Congress
Thursday Morning At the Fourth Pan American
Congress on Endocrinology held
Thanksgiving Day Services will Ayres, Aregntne, at-
in Buenos Ayres, Aregntine, at-
be held again this year at Holy tended by some 400 delegates
Trinity Cathedral, on Thursda.. from the different countries in the
morning, November 28 th. The America, Dr. Victor Noel repre-
8:00 A.M. ceremony will be pre seated Haiti.







SUNDAY NOV. 24th 1957


",,HAITI SUN,,


., Page 15


Charming Jo Champman of
Greenwich, Conn. left Thurday
afternoon, after a brief business
cum-pleasure trip to Haiti. Miss
Champman manages a Commu-
nity and Public Relations busi-
ness in her town. She is also the
Pan American World Airways
Public Relations Officer for the
States of Connecticut.

While here Jo said she enjoy-
ed the Hotel Oloffson hospitali-
ty and atmosphere, and hopes
to return again and again. She
says she certainly can report on
her return to the U.S. that the
country is calm and preaceful,
and that a visitor enjoys every
minute of his stay.

Business tycoon Frank W. Wil
son returned from several
months in Jamaica with his new
ly inaugurated Aluminium facto-
ry, on Monday. Looking well
and in excellent physical form,
he flew with his wife Liliane to
Havana on Wednesday for a
quick business trip there. Mrs.
Wilson will return at the end of
the month, and her husband will
be back at his'Uiiiversales Cor-
poration office here on Decem-
ber 18th.
*


DR. LOUIS ROY RETURNS

FROM DELHI TALKS

The President of the Haitian
Red Cross, Dr. Louis Roy return-
ed last week from New Del-
hi, India, where he represented
Haiti at the general conference
of the International Red Cross As-
sociation.
Haitian Minister in Costa Rica,
Mr. Marc Piere Louis, and Mr. E.
Phillips, diplomat, arrived in
Port last week.
Mrs. Louis Fareau, wife of Hai-
tian Vice-Consul in New York
clippered to New York w i t h
daughter Nicole.
Mr. Jean H. Elie went to Vene-
zuela.




At the Banquet table, tomnior-
row, November 25th, Mrs. Elvi-
re Jones will be surrounded by
three generations of the family '
clan, gathered to celebrate hr.-
birthday anniversary.
Widow of the late Reverend
Henri Jones. of the Episcopal
Church of Haiti, the perenially


Sent of the Republic this week
to the post of Editor in the Ca-
binet Particulier of the Chief of
State.
*


Mrs. ARTHUR HAAS, wife of
President of the Societe Haitien
ne De Minoterie, S.A., leaves for
Dallas, Texas, on Thursday to
spend two weeks with their e'lgh
teen months old daugther, Cyn-
thia. Until the Caribbean Flour
Mill is in full operation and
they can carry out their plan of
establishing a home in Haiti -
dto which we are looking for-
ward Mrs. Haas must divide
her time between daughter and
husband, commuting over a few
thousand miles.
*


Mrs. Claude Robinson, Secre-
tary and partner with her hus-
band in Caribbean Supply Cor-
poration, Export Canners of
Kingston, Jamaica, flew home
last Sunday. Meanwhile, ner
journalist husband is remaining
on in Haiti for a few weeks coin-
pleting data on a planned book.
cHow I like Haiti?... I came for
two eeks and spent nearly
tree months!" Mrs. Robinson
said.
*
*
Mr. Jos6 F. Martin, Honoray
Consul of Haiti at Willemstad, Cu-
racao arrived on KLM Flight No.
977 on Thursday.


CHOUCOUNE CHAMPAGNE WINNER DELTA AIRLINES
MANAGER BACK
FROM VACATION
IN EUROPE
WMr. Sterling Laville, Delta Air.
tlinems affable Manager, returned
from his three weeks vacation ia
n Europe last week via New York.
He appeared at Bowen Field in
excellent fomr, except for a case
of the Msniffles and sneezes., but
laughingly assured the group of
friends on hand to welcome him
that there was nothing 'Asiastic,
about it, just something he picked
up in the air. .
anoAt any rate, Mr. Laville kept
close to the house for the first
few days, going straight home from
the office.
He emerged, minusdthe sniffles,
Wednesday, making his first ap-
pearance in the Cit6 de l'xposi-
tion. He met the kidding of friends
with his usual good humour and

Winner in last Saturday night's Champagne Prize competition at Ca- explained that the lines under
his eves were probably due to hiis
bane Choucoune was Mrs. Jean Deeb centerr). The management of --
the famed night club will offer a bottle of champagne every Saturday
so much to see in so short a time.7:%
night during the season. 3. But Haiti's wonderful shores,
From right to left : Mr. J.C. Kernizan, Master of Ceremonies, he said, would soon erase any lines,
Mr. and Mrs. Jean Sassine, Mrs. Jean Deeb, Mr. and Mrs. Schai- and he was happy to be "home.
ker, Mr. and Mrs. Atti6, Supreme Court Jfistice Colbert Bonhom- and back in the saddle in the
me, and Mr. Fosy Laham.Delta Airlines offices on Rue du
] Quai.
j; Guy Fouchard is home from his.

The S. S. ",Hughlil dropped trip to New York. I
anchor at Port-au-Prince on Thurs- I FOR RENT
siu T. Li'.Facca,~.ljriILJ rnm iil


dlay. inT \ ves-sel,, ,Lc ,II ro I[L
c&tta, via Capetown, is manne
a crew, entirely Hindou.



Dr. Eugenie R. Dorce has
joined the' staff of Dr. Mell
-Albert Scheitzer, Hdspital;,
Deschapelles.
*
*
Engineer Arie Von Krimpen
mitted to surgery at the Cai
Vert Hospital this week. He
member of the S. S. Dalerd
crew.
*
*
Prof. Jacques Dodbout and
wife left this week for Eur


S. After spending their vacation
Mr. Tony Burgers, Dutch Consul Haiti. Mrs. Godbout is the for
to Port-au-Prince arrived from Cu- E. Reiher, of Port-au-Prince.
racao, on Thursday. --
S, 800 Ashore From.
Mrs Ala Guerrero de Valdivia, (Continued from page 1)
Mrs Alina Guerrero de Valdivia, Borgsrom explaining that


wife of the Cuban Military Atta-
che left for Havana this week.
*


Mr. Seide Dorc6, Haiti's new
Ambassador to Lima. Perou is ex-
pected to leave for his new post,
shortly.
A


Miss Caridad Appolon is home
from a there mnionths sojourn in
Europe While abroad, Miss Ap-
polon attended the ASTA Conven-
tion in Madrid, as a member of
the Haitian delegation.


young mother, grandmother and I Ambassador Edmond Sylvain,
great-gradmother whom friends I Chief of Haiti's Permanent Mis-
call i igonne- will he feted by sion to the United Nations, pre-
the Oso Blanco Rodriguez heirs sented his Credentials, on Tues-
and those of daughters Adeline, day, to Mr. Dag Hammarskjoeld,
Lillian and Henriette. Secretary General of U.N. Ambas-
Mr. Frederic Tardleu Duquel. sador Max H. Dorsinville accom-
Is, publicist and journalist here. panied Mr. Sylvain. He returned
was commissioned by the Presid to Port-au-Prince on Thursday.


next visitor of his line woulc
the ,Gripsholm on Chist
* *. ..i .,. f4q n a m aernific


Djay -- <;AIIU wnIC1 a nialn UCL".*-
setting for a Christmas party:,
Luncheon at Choucoune wias
the next stop unfortunately an
accident to the bus on which
they were travelling compelled
the cancellation of a performan-
ce gy the Folkloric Troupe.


Minister Reveals...
(Continued from page 1)
5 Most important of all,
Priority be given by rpon-
gress to the National
Education Department's
Budget.
Furthermore, a project for the
construction of 6,000 rural schools
is being prepared by a Port-au-
Prince businessman.
The estimated cost of this pro-
ject was $1,200,000 placing the
cost of each school at $2,000, Mi-
nister Georges said.


d byi-
A by


Citizen Bonoparte's latest
is entitled "The Suicides
Class.,


work
of a


just Veteran Actor
Ion's Of Stage An Screen
at Vacationning Here
Gabriel Dell, veteran motion
picture star, and TV and stage
actor arrived here this week
sub- from New-York.
nape Mr. Dell who has starred in
is a some 70-odd motion pictures has
dyka played opposite Rita Iayworth,
Ann Sheridan, James Cagney,
the late' Edward G. Robhi'son,
and the late Huminphrey Bogart.
his Some of his biggest roles w;ere
rope in n in Faces,* '.TJhey Made Me A Cri-
'mer minal,' and uEdge of Tomcr-
row,p> etc.
Thle veteran actor is expected
to spend two weeks here, vaca.
tioning and visiting the attra:.
the tions of the country.
I be He is' Herbert J. Mo:-.isoi',-
nas houseguest, at Bourdon, while
,el, here.


SPetion-Ville, at Place Boyer..
Beautifully furnished, moderxm
house for rent. 3 bedrooms, din--
ingjlivingroom, porch, telephone,
garage, hot and cold water, ser-
vants quarters, etc Apply Emile"
Sepe, Rue ud Magasin de l'EtUt.

*



PETION-VILLE Furnished house
3 bedrooms, dining-ligingroom,
heath, hot and cold water, .on
Kenscoff road, No. 5, conveniently
located near park. Apply G. Ewald,
on premises, evenings.


New Haitian' Envoy
At U. N.
UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., Nov.
19 Edmond Sylvain, Haiti's new
permanent representative' to the
United Nations, presented his cre-
dentials to Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold today. M. Sylvain's
previous post was Secretary of
State for National Education.
New York Times


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Salute t
New, right from the road up,-the Victor heralds a new
generation of cars.., lower, swifter, more efficient. The
low roofline of the Victor is only 58 inches high! Though
ouilt so low to the road, headroom is generous and ground
clearance ample. This very modern design pays big
dividends in easy driving. Weight is kept low and there
is a new flat-ride suspension system. So the Victor shows
remarkable reluctance to roll on corners. Sure-footed
safety, is designed right into the Victor.


b.e


Victor


Powered by a new, deep-skirt ,square)) engine, the Victor
is very much a top gear car-with swift, smooth top gear
acceleration from walking pace into the middle seventies.
This top gear flexibility cuts petrol consumption, too.
Because the Victor's ,square,, engine performs so efficient
ly throughout its whole speed range, it puts thle Victor far
ahead of its class for all-round fuel economy.
Once again it's Vauxhall for value with an exciting new
car at an excitingly low price!
There's value in every aspect of the Victor's very advanc-
:.d design: in its new, low-swept good looks and panoramic
vision: in its new flat-ride suspension, and its new petrol-
saving 'square engine.
Yotu must see-and try'- this new Vau.,hall. It's iii our
show-room now awaiting your personal inspection.
There are two versions of the Victor from which to chtwose the Victor
antd the more luxuriously appointed VXctor .TSuper-. This do luxe
model, the "Super*. is distinguished by extra chromuework. a wider
choice of colours, and such refinements as armrest door pidls.


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'275848' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile113' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
ad8e8975ce3b509512e6988ec97e5531
d311ad7d9e84135f99673624805c1ce8da498aec
'2014-05-02T01:59:38-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:53:53-04:00'
virus check
'39746' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile114' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
41346ff2104a27caa33f5c56149cc40c
12c20f1bc5945dcf86d826193989c00d38a56487
'2014-05-02T02:02:07-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:59:04-04:00'
virus check
'721857' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile115' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
e79c40c24c589134b17a8c66e717f30c
c1f21c02701466780103590d416162911b804beb
describe
virus check
'82883' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile116' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
17ab9792dd25f4e7db0b55cdbbfde4ef
2e24dedb1f27271d83194e8d986458fdb6aa9731
describe
'2014-05-02T01:59:03-04:00'
virus check
'748798' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile117' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
df378fe9b987dd23d94b3dcd333d0fed
4156a1e857d197b6b3215d61d110968a3d39c0e0
'2014-05-02T02:00:46-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:56:22-04:00'
virus check
'86471' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile118' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
d4d1d7024425b53ea7333ba055dc305c
177b35d903f9c0cc4c8ad0bfbaeb8c8c904504a2
describe
virus check
'697823' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile119' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
9d5ac7f1d2cc41d3a33ef69306f50ab8
acf56bd429b9b6ae6e813fd66d30c5e54a9cafde
'2014-05-02T02:00:44-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:56:18-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile12'
c9ee0f53f60f51b94d8c70c5c203e3d2
aff7a4335d71336d1a075ff86c20aa2de38bf604
'2014-05-02T02:02:16-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:59:22-04:00'
virus check
'76717' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile120' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
74fb2e1e30b3e0edebf612fc5c2a2dc0
62a8c3d571a649907644a59474047aeb436fb9ce
'2014-05-02T02:02:12-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:59:12-04:00'
virus check
'774848' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile121' 'sip-files00013.jpg'
0cf174d9d15264bacd32f1f6535ca5d1
459d3bd485ace75dbbc4ec8b1f6ff6738c2a800c
describe
virus check
'82025' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile122' 'sip-files00013.QC.jpg'
a05eec5f215290c7bea7034d704eb19f
8c82ba6b6454ecd0ec39504ed16a40da29ea1e84
'2014-05-02T02:01:48-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:58:28-04:00'
virus check
'769888' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile123' 'sip-files00014.jpg'
958e69f8fef72365190eb2ba24304c3c
8cb45148a6010cca3a5f69cb2d064028c9e35867
'2014-05-02T02:00:13-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:55:09-04:00'
virus check
'94511' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile124' 'sip-files00014.QC.jpg'
b37c995d4bd1f832f48f251b94c98e05
3b24e6cca72cf3a778180a4a853793a6a98c4d67
'2014-05-02T02:00:20-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:55:23-04:00'
virus check
'725880' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile125' 'sip-files00015.jpg'
0dd1b90bd35d2e9b91b43da5d74044bd
e1b4d6d2479ec08fb93a01224bea16a0a0d2c96e
'2014-05-02T02:00:19-04:00'
describe
virus check
'78751' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile126' 'sip-files00015.QC.jpg'
e5e4974cf4deb836261e4542a1a75150
4cedd1d21d13feef51a1bbc2422c77c94d5828ab
'2014-05-02T01:59:52-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:54:24-04:00'
virus check
'604914' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile127' 'sip-files00016.jpg'
2e810f127df7a8a7618181460725c65b
38650c7b6b73069a20692419baa0368aec9a1b35
'2014-05-02T01:59:47-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:54:15-04:00'
virus check
'63191' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile128' 'sip-files00016.QC.jpg'
8350a78b6edacf0e4075710b4e3e8f26
4af6be3ea4686ffa5653200ac66139e8cf2b56b5
'2014-05-02T02:00:50-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:56:32-04:00'
virus check
'31820' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile129' 'sip-files00001thm.jpg'
34a8f636f723c4e84acecc5b64089250
c1de8177e873144a197807f7042607647dddd997
'2014-05-02T02:00:47-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:56:23-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile13'
c9ee0f53f60f51b94d8c70c5c203e3d2
aff7a4335d71336d1a075ff86c20aa2de38bf604
'2014-05-02T02:00:43-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:56:17-04:00'
virus check
'37152' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile130' 'sip-files00002thm.jpg'
290ecd744db500bbf58b57127d9683ec
c719f509d588a5fdeac7ee15fbc215600e79fa39
describe
virus check
'39265' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile131' 'sip-files00003thm.jpg'
134c21b7eb4bcc91febb2bb3ad7ab378
3f38ca9610bf7122cbfa7911f7325a9c733fede8
'2014-05-02T02:02:06-04:00'
describe
virus check
'32205' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile132' 'sip-files00004thm.jpg'
cc0bdfda13bcdc7bcc38331e1366da67
451b7d4cb0aa975e7a5c180d1991514edfed929e
'2014-05-02T02:00:02-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:54:45-04:00'
virus check
'30892' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile133' 'sip-files00005thm.jpg'
510412d4d786475e2a26c7de7fb94a0a
fab03baa1714ba70583b120789c679b0c7c6cad7
'2014-05-02T01:59:43-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:54:04-04:00'
virus check
'31625' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile134' 'sip-files00006thm.jpg'
ab1edabac44ca52ad63483f98e6469fb
65512d3431dbc7687a34ea0dd11c3085643c3d8f
describe
virus check
'32772' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile135' 'sip-files00007thm.jpg'
28645c0be501d0a3659948053720fa12
cc3ae5e06a83b4d1721379786d559e5b17a0b084
describe
virus check
'31520' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile136' 'sip-files00008thm.jpg'
55c6b97f505b8bf7c4d6b78f467112dd
988ee69fa7ec9308bd2da8b506925a3b2aa314b6
describe
virus check
'21241' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile137' 'sip-files00009thm.jpg'
f3c4364cd31e813dcc9790b2e18e1172
6d7e6496ab10d9689d8fcc80c1546679031e369b
'2014-05-02T02:01:27-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:57:46-04:00'
virus check
'31266' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile138' 'sip-files00010thm.jpg'
e7791e65c793bc04e51974badd10673b
d3320888165ca33fcee34fff36e3b944885b83f7
'2014-05-02T02:00:12-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:55:08-04:00'
virus check
'37661' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile139' 'sip-files00011thm.jpg'
be5d99b4fad958a7e44ef95f5473b62f
e8af7a7d6d6f47e17fbc07557c39abbf22436398
'2014-05-02T02:00:28-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:55:45-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile14'
c9ee0f53f60f51b94d8c70c5c203e3d2
aff7a4335d71336d1a075ff86c20aa2de38bf604
'2014-05-02T01:59:31-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:53:27-04:00'
virus check
'29488' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile140' 'sip-files00012thm.jpg'
de30da2c3c3fe7e332aa2ed1703c8539
d6a961abf4c9659e7948d4080c40790359123882
describe
virus check
'30303' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile141' 'sip-files00013thm.jpg'
55beaf0e7f48c9bfb11b732768fd00b4
94a161bb3f192c713d1150a5126dcfd7da6f708e
describe
virus check
'39510' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile142' 'sip-files00014thm.jpg'
ec3fd81488b985d4355d65286dc19b68
989aaeb07d76630d83ec97bb827610f804b38ef4
'2014-05-02T02:01:18-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:57:25-04:00'
virus check
'29375' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile143' 'sip-files00015thm.jpg'
5290e77d8456ffe0d024360760542106
622b507e77d1501bc55b4d974d57757ad443b5db
describe
virus check
'26509' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile144' 'sip-files00016thm.jpg'
96f0807c52d05669dac596062fe32a23
3f0f7cf7cd8a7e22f42c4b65eb954053f0af0b72
'2014-05-02T01:59:28-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:53:21-04:00'
virus check
'8876' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile145' 'sip-files00001.txt'
3d8a909ce691840038b7fdc6df1ed913
440b722c96cf005f89e7df2d1d6ef5e8b00799ae
'2014-05-02T02:01:33-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-02T01:58:01-04:00'
virus check
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
Invalid character
'10260' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile146' 'sip-files00002.txt'
a27141c76bd8ad50933bd1532bf42f01
d06f581c0196df09f54ce2bcc05109d86a7af582
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'9375' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile147' 'sip-files00003.txt'
682ad5bba257a7637276582bde211d32
29d6197a398776042d375db1e46625e72c29b6e4
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5737' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile148' 'sip-files00004.txt'
78fdf110eaced4f5e10abc4319f7d4d8
6ee39f3c06fd2376fbe29baeda0ad978348be9a3
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6961' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile149' 'sip-files00005.txt'
d04f6fcb4d732ad03cbce5cbd0a16651
7f996b086f070a9621448694bcedb07f2f1897fb
'2014-05-02T02:01:01-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-02T01:56:55-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile15'
c9ee0f53f60f51b94d8c70c5c203e3d2
aff7a4335d71336d1a075ff86c20aa2de38bf604
'2014-05-02T02:02:18-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:59:27-04:00'
virus check
'8169' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile150' 'sip-files00006.txt'
da5a3828dd8723e4843dd2c2b656fb73
6a30547df6b06c20a71ae534cb5005d9e9436887
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7094' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile151' 'sip-files00007.txt'
e645f45a7596e29041167183a059c5ad
135085c3efeef8f7af978a2e0cca162c98ba34fe
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'3172' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile152' 'sip-files00008.txt'
47edc1734f6a235f48ec6296117d0554
c8b1fd1775f83a8ca28f36f09874bbe073de6cd2
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'1091' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile153' 'sip-files00009.txt'
cd4b744173158e573de0b1da90a8911e
335ab80e3b6b4da9ee78f48d2f4696265068783f
'2014-05-02T02:01:00-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-02T01:56:54-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7542' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile154' 'sip-files00010.txt'
916c07ffe82b13d92b245ef10d7c257a
a80d65b2af946dd9976dc961e7eb56149ae13dfe
'2014-05-02T02:01:45-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-02T01:58:22-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6943' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile155' 'sip-files00011.txt'
db8655766dae5c810e7dbd1c16eefc82
a469e068cc72bf0bbed01db3b54e3c71b47dd8aa
'2014-05-02T01:59:48-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7307' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile156' 'sip-files00012.txt'
143ce5fe7b0d6e5ac7c8c3ec619f3b7e
5b8a0b2150251d5809f257843eed610213c98ad3
'2014-05-02T02:00:10-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-02T01:55:05-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8583' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile157' 'sip-files00013.txt'
72137409d46f1b91c5d1f16b5a21da78
14e7739c3c9ae016431a84fc78a941820070031f
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8913' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile158' 'sip-files00014.txt'
07f2c4005565994e5313ac4e7489feaa
bd884f51f7339edc966c5cf6d29286f53c8ed36a
'2014-05-02T02:01:03-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-02T01:56:59-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'11432' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile159' 'sip-files00015.txt'
e9019160fa5a343466ea020a5ceb476d
618387ba0ca1d15149ab524fb07c20f98c808d0f
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-02T01:55:44-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'52955684' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile16' 'sip-files00004.tif'
50c2efc30784f3fa10338eff1523f29a
fc0cbea42d4ed9036d94450bf009600c90f6cf3d
'2014-05-02T02:00:34-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:55:58-04:00'
virus check
'2595' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile160' 'sip-files00016.txt'
da935cbb293b80dd279d624dfe8ce4f4
8194a31734ca4a8485e8bd43fb0eb1fdd761eb17
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'184989' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile161' 'sip-files00001.pro'
b668dba0b366f31458ccd8216e25ff59
50f2113068a958da4d5c5cd71ea36a3bccbe693b
describe
virus check
'252183' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile162' 'sip-files00002.pro'
595b3c3ade2769154734f33aa15acec7
862ae94aa53200ec3c7a34e16b98a281ba2d5b5e
'2014-05-02T01:59:56-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:54:37-04:00'
virus check
'206472' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile163' 'sip-files00003.pro'
c9c71c39401542321e1a2009682b800f
9c1df603b1516257d69587384044d16f012fd3f4
describe
'2014-05-02T01:54:03-04:00'
virus check
'129584' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile164' 'sip-files00004.pro'
f5942d83fe8eace6d4b11b956b9299da
12afe48fa818db8a3f71f788c1b8e868549f4544
describe
virus check
'164294' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile165' 'sip-files00005.pro'
126ee29488f8ec9da7f61b6354fabedb
78ead80c1895c7a61fbccc8a57b00e7eb820c018
'2014-05-02T01:59:41-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:53:59-04:00'
virus check
'201987' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile166' 'sip-files00006.pro'
b0f238577395603e766dec62af3236a2
48043854d5c8fa060f1a302275d6a2cc64a5705e
'2014-05-02T01:59:35-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:53:41-04:00'
virus check
'159004' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile167' 'sip-files00007.pro'
54838043983c8c380502ebdd127754ff
1224ffdd1d26f05bbbde0b35b6992a059cbff5d4
'2014-05-02T02:02:08-04:00'
describe
virus check
'62675' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile168' 'sip-files00008.pro'
1e26611287f546b9e80dc4d699986ee5
2bffc1a28aa2ffb329ee7a66e7b65b1ac55d0d36
describe
virus check
'20097' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile169' 'sip-files00009.pro'
6edb37c7548aab7a0bdc3ffcaeeeb7bb
bf813f1809969189da77b686c39417f4b6285082
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile17'
50c2efc30784f3fa10338eff1523f29a
fc0cbea42d4ed9036d94450bf009600c90f6cf3d
describe
virus check
'176580' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile170' 'sip-files00010.pro'
b9a4e193223c24e64545f0ac4bdde909
a9667ead10daf74c742ef82ea5f713498ce4cd14
describe
virus check
'156850' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile171' 'sip-files00011.pro'
5e5dcb922b39bbcd69182dc30227465c
90f68a4250914face87755342817681360c97946
describe
virus check
'163460' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile172' 'sip-files00012.pro'
704bb00b10bfa0d959936c18b6331991
6d4a0447862b4c6982d33b51e5dacb51edbf84fb
describe
virus check
'188517' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile173' 'sip-files00013.pro'
23e51a83358f993438c9774ba6550ec7
5be5e3fd75be6e49c38bb4d4ca79116d086fa48d
describe
'2014-05-02T01:59:05-04:00'
virus check
'213910' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile174' 'sip-files00014.pro'
abd9e234d48addfe8b3d84fc6b73ebe5
39015a253849319ee050d950b1f9fc1d1ebd019b
describe
virus check
'235391' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile175' 'sip-files00015.pro'
5b6aef634c4410985834b0d57991c578
44b7bfd2949fae55c94dc603a66e9c0210e63079
'2014-05-02T02:01:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'63970' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile176' 'sip-files00016.pro'
a59bbd4617484df6bde106207610c178
07d4897a2ac5b254ea7f48031ef39ae9a9dfab00
describe
virus check
'33312' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile177' 'sip-filesAA00015023_00422.mets'
00ec17cf6103200c37a9defb92d66758
e36b544cb99a862e416a5dca58276efc4c5442a7
describe
virus check
'2014-06-18T14:49:42-04:00'
xml resolution
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile18'
50c2efc30784f3fa10338eff1523f29a
fc0cbea42d4ed9036d94450bf009600c90f6cf3d
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile19'
50c2efc30784f3fa10338eff1523f29a
fc0cbea42d4ed9036d94450bf009600c90f6cf3d
'2014-05-02T01:59:37-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:53:48-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile2'
0babef187f0359d826db74df45a51363
9e4b9d520cdfd25bcaac68db3bfb77dcbf5af87a
'2014-05-02T02:00:15-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:55:12-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile20'
50c2efc30784f3fa10338eff1523f29a
fc0cbea42d4ed9036d94450bf009600c90f6cf3d
describe
virus check
'52890704' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile21' 'sip-files00005.tif'
c456287691ed38a264da48aaf6584809
260c095a80afa5aaba83e9ba2b02285208e24347
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile22'
c456287691ed38a264da48aaf6584809
260c095a80afa5aaba83e9ba2b02285208e24347
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile23'
c456287691ed38a264da48aaf6584809
260c095a80afa5aaba83e9ba2b02285208e24347
'2014-05-02T02:00:56-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:56:47-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile24'
c456287691ed38a264da48aaf6584809
260c095a80afa5aaba83e9ba2b02285208e24347
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile25'
c456287691ed38a264da48aaf6584809
260c095a80afa5aaba83e9ba2b02285208e24347
describe
virus check
'51236952' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile26' 'sip-files00006.tif'
d0af31ddd1b7aa4b8f4044fc6bce32f4
3c2a968cb6d7bec86f2587fbebcd0df5aa4ea78c
'2014-05-02T02:01:05-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:57:02-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile27'
d0af31ddd1b7aa4b8f4044fc6bce32f4
3c2a968cb6d7bec86f2587fbebcd0df5aa4ea78c
'2014-05-02T02:01:07-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:57:06-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile28'
d0af31ddd1b7aa4b8f4044fc6bce32f4
3c2a968cb6d7bec86f2587fbebcd0df5aa4ea78c
describe
'2014-05-02T01:54:14-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile29'
d0af31ddd1b7aa4b8f4044fc6bce32f4
3c2a968cb6d7bec86f2587fbebcd0df5aa4ea78c
describe
'2014-05-02T01:55:32-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile3'
0babef187f0359d826db74df45a51363
9e4b9d520cdfd25bcaac68db3bfb77dcbf5af87a
'2014-05-02T02:00:05-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:54:53-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile30'
d0af31ddd1b7aa4b8f4044fc6bce32f4
3c2a968cb6d7bec86f2587fbebcd0df5aa4ea78c
describe
'2014-05-02T01:55:22-04:00'
virus check
'52679556' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile31' 'sip-files00007.tif'
1b00e874a6a93e2b04be1924c3402583
4f481e6c7d5a5c9704eeb38f8c1e1e3b3faa7528
'2014-05-02T02:01:17-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:57:22-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile32'
1b00e874a6a93e2b04be1924c3402583
4f481e6c7d5a5c9704eeb38f8c1e1e3b3faa7528
'2014-05-02T02:00:52-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:56:36-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile33'
1b00e874a6a93e2b04be1924c3402583
4f481e6c7d5a5c9704eeb38f8c1e1e3b3faa7528
'2014-05-02T02:00:26-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:55:39-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile34'
1b00e874a6a93e2b04be1924c3402583
4f481e6c7d5a5c9704eeb38f8c1e1e3b3faa7528
'2014-05-02T02:01:58-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:58:50-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile35'
1b00e874a6a93e2b04be1924c3402583
4f481e6c7d5a5c9704eeb38f8c1e1e3b3faa7528
describe
virus check
'52394604' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile36' 'sip-files00008.tif'
fcba143558b49fada15d810e173ddfd1
ba3c580ca2f98ce172ee7aedf9f282bcd85eea41
'2014-05-02T02:00:17-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:55:18-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile37'
fcba143558b49fada15d810e173ddfd1
ba3c580ca2f98ce172ee7aedf9f282bcd85eea41
'2014-05-02T02:00:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile38'
fcba143558b49fada15d810e173ddfd1
ba3c580ca2f98ce172ee7aedf9f282bcd85eea41
'2014-05-02T02:00:32-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:55:53-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile39'
fcba143558b49fada15d810e173ddfd1
ba3c580ca2f98ce172ee7aedf9f282bcd85eea41
'2014-05-02T01:59:54-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:54:31-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile4'
0babef187f0359d826db74df45a51363
9e4b9d520cdfd25bcaac68db3bfb77dcbf5af87a
'2014-05-02T02:01:13-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:57:16-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile40'
fcba143558b49fada15d810e173ddfd1
ba3c580ca2f98ce172ee7aedf9f282bcd85eea41
describe
virus check
'50497956' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile41' 'sip-files00009.tif'
01252ca2500978d822025be130999dea
69d29f750dc6d9ab3cdc15856ffadb17cf6de2e4
'2014-05-02T02:00:37-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:56:06-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile42'
01252ca2500978d822025be130999dea
69d29f750dc6d9ab3cdc15856ffadb17cf6de2e4
'2014-05-02T02:00:36-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:56:03-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile43'
01252ca2500978d822025be130999dea
69d29f750dc6d9ab3cdc15856ffadb17cf6de2e4
'2014-05-02T02:01:55-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile44'
01252ca2500978d822025be130999dea
69d29f750dc6d9ab3cdc15856ffadb17cf6de2e4
'2014-05-02T02:00:49-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:56:26-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile45'
01252ca2500978d822025be130999dea
69d29f750dc6d9ab3cdc15856ffadb17cf6de2e4
'2014-05-02T02:01:41-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:58:15-04:00'
virus check
'51111252' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile46' 'sip-files00010.tif'
5132380876cb35723ffefb91d4dde18f
72317e131460613d65869c35702c21ca4be9cebb
'2014-05-02T02:00:41-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:56:13-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile47'
5132380876cb35723ffefb91d4dde18f
72317e131460613d65869c35702c21ca4be9cebb
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile48'
5132380876cb35723ffefb91d4dde18f
72317e131460613d65869c35702c21ca4be9cebb
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile49'
5132380876cb35723ffefb91d4dde18f
72317e131460613d65869c35702c21ca4be9cebb
'2014-05-02T02:01:30-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:57:50-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile5'
0babef187f0359d826db74df45a51363
9e4b9d520cdfd25bcaac68db3bfb77dcbf5af87a
'2014-05-02T02:01:22-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:57:34-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile50'
5132380876cb35723ffefb91d4dde18f
72317e131460613d65869c35702c21ca4be9cebb
'2014-05-02T02:00:07-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:54:58-04:00'
virus check
'52206428' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile51' 'sip-files00011.tif'
ab2cf7f6ac68b387d8d23054b77bdcf9
1999983dd548d98983ebacf98fa9f8343235dd78
'2014-05-02T01:59:59-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:54:41-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile52'
ab2cf7f6ac68b387d8d23054b77bdcf9
1999983dd548d98983ebacf98fa9f8343235dd78
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile53'
ab2cf7f6ac68b387d8d23054b77bdcf9
1999983dd548d98983ebacf98fa9f8343235dd78
'2014-05-02T02:01:11-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:57:12-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile54'
ab2cf7f6ac68b387d8d23054b77bdcf9
1999983dd548d98983ebacf98fa9f8343235dd78
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile55'
ab2cf7f6ac68b387d8d23054b77bdcf9
1999983dd548d98983ebacf98fa9f8343235dd78
'2014-05-02T01:59:49-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:54:18-04:00'
virus check
'52838952' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile56' 'sip-files00012.tif'
30b9dfa0a0280f7548649277d3d7ad03
9c4001857214a7f6659da4066ee6ff00856c8a69
'2014-05-02T02:01:15-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:57:19-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile57'
30b9dfa0a0280f7548649277d3d7ad03
9c4001857214a7f6659da4066ee6ff00856c8a69
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile58'
30b9dfa0a0280f7548649277d3d7ad03
9c4001857214a7f6659da4066ee6ff00856c8a69
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile59'
30b9dfa0a0280f7548649277d3d7ad03
9c4001857214a7f6659da4066ee6ff00856c8a69
'2014-05-02T02:01:25-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:57:42-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile6'
cc5d112702178438127154dd34b28f14
7f915cd5d27447a9153c96613a211f379bd36b46
describe
'2014-05-02T01:58:00-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile60'
30b9dfa0a0280f7548649277d3d7ad03
9c4001857214a7f6659da4066ee6ff00856c8a69
describe
virus check
'51653672' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile61' 'sip-files00013.tif'
dc14fd3add4705f5e51ce564f56d0369
733541725539ac5e0c7cb29082f18362810617eb
'2014-05-02T02:01:23-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:57:37-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile62'
dc14fd3add4705f5e51ce564f56d0369
733541725539ac5e0c7cb29082f18362810617eb
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile63'
dc14fd3add4705f5e51ce564f56d0369
733541725539ac5e0c7cb29082f18362810617eb
'2014-05-02T02:01:53-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:58:43-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile64'
dc14fd3add4705f5e51ce564f56d0369
733541725539ac5e0c7cb29082f18362810617eb
'2014-05-02T02:02:00-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:58:54-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile65'
dc14fd3add4705f5e51ce564f56d0369
733541725539ac5e0c7cb29082f18362810617eb
'2014-05-02T02:00:58-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:56:50-04:00'
virus check
'51787368' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile66' 'sip-files00014.tif'
2676b08e1db2db44dde92827259ac345
625ebb0cd07d4c5b64689ffb75a4261ee9463dd8
'2014-05-02T02:00:04-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:54:47-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile67'
2676b08e1db2db44dde92827259ac345
625ebb0cd07d4c5b64689ffb75a4261ee9463dd8
'2014-05-02T02:01:37-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:58:08-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile68'
2676b08e1db2db44dde92827259ac345
625ebb0cd07d4c5b64689ffb75a4261ee9463dd8
'2014-05-02T02:01:35-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:58:05-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile69'
2676b08e1db2db44dde92827259ac345
625ebb0cd07d4c5b64689ffb75a4261ee9463dd8
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile7'
cc5d112702178438127154dd34b28f14
7f915cd5d27447a9153c96613a211f379bd36b46
describe
'2014-05-02T01:59:02-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile70'
2676b08e1db2db44dde92827259ac345
625ebb0cd07d4c5b64689ffb75a4261ee9463dd8
'2014-05-02T01:59:33-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:53:34-04:00'
virus check
'52738832' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile71' 'sip-files00015.tif'
407a79805b777bd395538bc10c227092
0aa99950e2feb98a0b84966c8695df1cd99b384a
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile72'
407a79805b777bd395538bc10c227092
0aa99950e2feb98a0b84966c8695df1cd99b384a
'2014-05-02T02:01:10-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:57:10-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile73'
407a79805b777bd395538bc10c227092
0aa99950e2feb98a0b84966c8695df1cd99b384a
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile74'
407a79805b777bd395538bc10c227092
0aa99950e2feb98a0b84966c8695df1cd99b384a
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile75'
407a79805b777bd395538bc10c227092
0aa99950e2feb98a0b84966c8695df1cd99b384a
describe
'2014-05-02T01:57:45-04:00'
virus check
'51267492' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile76' 'sip-files00016.tif'
072ddadca08f131f71bd41c616ffdce3
d7d15e13c35135c2700cfe3b546fb155a29f5a51
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile77'
072ddadca08f131f71bd41c616ffdce3
d7d15e13c35135c2700cfe3b546fb155a29f5a51
'2014-05-02T02:01:52-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:58:39-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile78'
072ddadca08f131f71bd41c616ffdce3
d7d15e13c35135c2700cfe3b546fb155a29f5a51
'2014-05-02T02:01:49-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile79'
072ddadca08f131f71bd41c616ffdce3
d7d15e13c35135c2700cfe3b546fb155a29f5a51
'2014-05-02T02:00:31-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:55:49-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile8'
cc5d112702178438127154dd34b28f14
7f915cd5d27447a9153c96613a211f379bd36b46
'2014-05-02T02:02:10-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:59:08-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile80'
072ddadca08f131f71bd41c616ffdce3
d7d15e13c35135c2700cfe3b546fb155a29f5a51
'2014-05-02T02:00:21-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:55:27-04:00'
virus check
'2027754' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile81' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
c081c1595d85d9e023b0dd3316cab1a0
75ec409a9849dd8030b179252aa7c4bbc93bf4e8
'2014-05-02T02:01:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2164835' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile82' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
13836618ae07566e52e486d69cdc4c13
03b846684779fdbf99a0d5ab5d9d1f67d1ee1a19
'2014-05-02T02:00:22-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-02T01:55:28-04:00'
virus check
'2230962' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile83' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
e99838d575f8876034ee6230db0ffeb5
146cc991c8fdf0257bae27411de6edc7df98e965
describe
virus check
'2205919' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile84' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
e9026a5fdaf05d51c92527d2259a64dd
c0f2ac883290105bcbc48842dac18eca4738562f
'2014-05-02T02:01:34-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2203234' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile85' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
20fcc788894b7a026bdbecbf3f70b14e
b9d4175644cb3fff827be1c7848f3139771aacdb
describe
virus check
'2134285' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile86' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
408392efd990df92fa773d8a1ec601f7
cd98186ad421d3daf94e3cb458afd9d705c2e7a4
describe
virus check
'2194394' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile87' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
bcddad7644ff8a795f021c0ea87286ea
1921c14f67fafbba095e271e733337e73a65b116
describe
'2014-05-02T01:57:47-04:00'
virus check
'2182532' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile88' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
d06e60215fba32f452cddffaf83dc2f9
77647146d762c50cd7506914ecb657fb558c0169
describe
virus check
'2103554' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile89' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
8ddab9779dcc0a924c955de0054276b3
f5962e933e51bca076161942e73a9e2a7a044df4
'2014-05-02T02:01:26-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile9'
cc5d112702178438127154dd34b28f14
7f915cd5d27447a9153c96613a211f379bd36b46
describe
virus check
'2129068' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile90' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
0f09de114fc415f49b46323c14870f9f
77706acd5e74b69165156f4d5a2b88589f36b8b2
describe
virus check
'2174345' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile91' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
87fd32d6ece73bb814de4df6fc80b515
d26014478b24f086ccdcecb8f0325bec6b31cc1c
'2014-05-02T02:00:40-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2200908' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile92' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
d3b3b0c017afb355d76c3c651ea34ba8
3abd79b34d3e74784ac4271500ea8dc9dc8aae57
describe
virus check
'2151698' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile93' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
98c29d35aa93f5607c4ae6ec026f7456
9f65d20e5f1db3b2b81a4610a96e16157a084a11
describe
virus check
'2156928' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile94' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
47607fbe4c4eec6878ae54740cea11e3
42617340ddf0bb972506eb3dc639a39be866269c
'2014-05-02T02:01:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2196880' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile95' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
a4b0e2572f713f5c195bc98d9eed7f52
ec05bc5cfb473f36f9e9bec4ae3190e89fcdd3d2
describe
'2014-05-02T01:55:13-04:00'
virus check
'2135621' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile96' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
d24a67749faeb9a993a91101cd6d033f
58be7dde1a2334b0c754f6bedf07a10d32a0fb3e
describe
virus check
'793662' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile97' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
1a52c43075c6ec28359e6db8195d1928
e32fad594f2d1d1e5697b3abb4330be55d22c27c
describe
virus check
'84691' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile98' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
d708f76788f5830c01747c54d0fe7a94
a347f096a24aaf7a8d90f241fef1cbe1ce014ffd
describe
virus check
'727557' 'info:fdaELTYRMFB3_MEMU2Afile99' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
3f61db4c087ebfd1b1fe853cb52130c0
099ac76a0aa894cae6ca254c7d12c42ee205ca67
'2014-05-02T02:00:25-04:00'
describe
virus check


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