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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:
AA00015023:00423


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ila SIiun


VOL. VIII Port-au-Prince. ilaiti SUNDAY


HA T



TOURIST-


DEC. 1st. 1957 No. 10


EST


GOES A-BEGGIHNG
(By SUN Special Correspondernt)
ONE OF HAITI'S BIGGEST'TOURIST MARKETS IS GOING A-BEGGING. This
was revealed'to me this week in a chat with Mr. John B. Trostle, Associate Di-
rector of the Council of Student Travel of Pomona, New York.


HAITIAN WOMAN
GETS HIGH POST
IN INTERIOR DEPT


Feminism in Haiti received gra-
tilying news, last week, with the
appointment of Mrs. Celie Diaquoi
Deslandes to a high post in' the
Department of the Interior and
National Defense.
l- She was given the'staff position
'if -Chef de Bureau- in this im-
portant Govergnmental department.
(Confinuen i"'!n"ap TT


John Frostle, his wife,
Suzanne and their three
children Jimmie (3), Bobby
(5) and a ten months old
baby are nearing the end
of -a perfectly marvellous
holiday in HaitiP. They have
already spent three weeks
here.
cAlthough my job is primarily
with arranging student tours -we
send more than four thousand
students to Europe every year-
that is not the idea for Haiti that
has occurred to us since we have
been here-, Mr. Trostle told me.
-We have been lucky to find a
Haitian family to take us in and
this has been, for us, a student
.orsuclh ,asmaqny_, of our, students
would envy. AU of us;.ar. learning.
something, new every day my
wife, the boys, and even the baby
with whose Haitian friends a
friendship has sprung up that will
be make parting very difficult.

A MARKET
.As a result of this holiday the
idea has occurred to us how wond-
(Continued on page 2)


2 CITY FIRES LEAVE

SCORES HOMELESS
Fire did considerable damage to two sections of the capital
during the early hours of Thursday morning.


Another fire broke out *Aux
-Livres pour Tous', a bookstore
at Rue Bonne Foi, belonging to
Mrs. Mayard. This fire is pres-
umed to have been started by
thieves who broke' open the safe.
The bookstore was covered by
The losses for the Rue Anfe-


a monthly income of $200.-.
President Duvalier, deeply
concerned over the inisforta'nl
of those who were made holle-
less gave orders that relief help
be given them immediately
Foodstuffs and different articles
such as mattre-ses. beds. .1


U. S. DONOR SENDS
125 DOLLS FOR
HAITIAN
CHILDREN
A stracasa. which developed re-
cently between two religious orga-
nizations with ,Vincent. in their
names has turned'out happily for
both.

One of the International Mem-
bers of the Country Club, Mrs.
Arnold Seefeldt, of Detroit, had
sent down 125 stuffed dolls and
animals as her contribution to the
Club's annual: drive for the Foun-
(Continued on page 2)


TOP:-The PFresideci (center) chats with Mr. Lew Price, of the Mu-
nicipal Council of Miami. and l a member of the group of visiting tou-
iists. Minister of Tourism, Jean Magloike, is at the President's left.
BOTTOM:-The visiting Travel Editors brought on a aSee-Haiti, trip
by KLM sf'i cAu Revoir, to their hosts and friends at Bowcen Field
just before their departure.


S4-MILLIO. LOAN` WILL

PRIME BANANA PUMP
BANANAS are high on the list of priority works to be
carried out by the Governemnent as a result of the $4-mil-
lion loan recently arranged with a Cuban bank, the SUN
was reliably informed this week.
The loan was negotiated by a and 21/2 million dollars by 1960.


team of high Haitian officials who
visited Havana during the past
fornight and permission to raise
it was given priority approval by
Congress as a prelude to the- final
negotiations. It will be issued in
tax-free bonds of $1000 denomuna-
finn reAdeabQln e over snevn mea rc


The Haitian Government was re-
presented at the loan negotiations
in Havana by Mr. Maurice Telema-
que, Director of the National Bank
of Haiti, Captain Farreau, Colonel
Maurepas Alcindor, Mr. Raynond
Moyse, and Mr. Joseph Baguidy,
the latritr wn hpin nf the Foreign


nlUl, i t. re ieemamel. o e iv e i N : iU i d V 11- Aw ..--.. .
and bearing interest at 51/2 per IAffairs Office here
cent i Finance Minister Fritz Thebaud
At present nearly three thousand who flew to Havana last week-end
Acres in different parts of the to close the deal, returned Thurs-
country are under banana cultiva- 'lay.
tion. including about 650 acres be- -.


longing to individual farmers
under the direction ol the Institu-
te of Agricultural and Industrial
Credit.


ricaine fire are as yet undeter- were distributed under thle su.- The Inslitule provides the ne-
mined An investigation has becn per-vision of the Under-Secret1 cessary guidance and credit to the
opened by the Police. tary of Social Welfare. MI: "irmer and handles exports Ho\%-
:Jean Fourcand; and Dr. Israel ever lack of funds has severely
le portedly, tifty small liouses Sylvain, President of the Ci:' handicapped its efforts and it is
ind five buildings, located bet. Commission proposed, in view of the foreign
ween Rue Americaine and Rut Aonther fire broke out A.', exchange contribution which this
de I'Arspnal iwrn dtfl-, rnvp I T Lnes Pour- Toice. ,a hn.t-trn.r- inrihttrr cian mLake nnnrt frnrm itc


The fire which started in a wve;-


der's shop spread rapidly to tht:
..neighboring frame houses. The
,tlre Squad rushed to the scene
gAnd fought valiantly to keep fla
Aes from reaching the nearby
,Pollne station. The victims of
lIs.disaster are said to be the
*Si..sof the late Mr. MarcelLus
ose property was consumed
..t.e flames, depriving them of


CANADA SEEKS TRADI
PACT WITH HAITI

Mr. Wilfred B. lMe Cullough,
official of the Canadian Commer
e Ministry is in Haiti on a spe-
cial mission to discuss with Ha.i-
tlan Government a Haitian-Ca-
nadian commercial treaty.

cxx


THE M1ADSEN BROS. MANU-
FACTURE at Chancerellea was the
scene of a violent fire which
brought panic and confusion to
this industrial district last week.
Firemen succeeded in mastering
the flames which threatened to
spread through the area. Damages
are estimated at $15.500


KLM ROLLS OUT CARPET
FOR VISITING WRITERS
The KLMI gave a resounding would permit the visitors to re-
boost to the country's Tourist turn home and tell thei- tourist
Industry. this last'week, by clients of the climate of peace and
flying specialists of the U.S. calm tha! reigns on Haiti's hospi-
tourist industry to Haiti on a tal shores.
guest tour and ucsee-for your The visitors spent their first 24
self) visit to'Haiti. ;hours getting acquainted and con-


...... .... ,.,,.,,-,,,.,. Twenty-one delegates represent.
at Rue Bonne Foi. belonging to internal economic value, that a
--" 0- "U 25 '_," L7 N tn hmi travel service
Mrs. Mayard This fire jis pres- 'program of expansion should be ing the ami travel services
,~~ Travel Wholesaler,-. and -Travel
umed to have been started by pushed. Travel wholesaler. and .Travel
,, ,, .1 ',Editors, spent from Thursday to
thieves who broke open the safe. Bananas are a nine-months cropEditors.pent from Thursday
The bookstore was covered by and it is estimated that if the pro- Monday taking in all the attract
insurance. The building is the gram were given priority in the nonw from the National Palace 'o
propriety of Emm. WVallon. Government's development plans the hills of Boutilliers.
The losses for the Rue Amne-. enough progress could be made to The Department of Tourism
ricaine fire are as yet underte:'. bring in a million dollars from combined with the moguls of the
mined An investigation has been exports during 1958. rising to a Hotel and Tourist Shop enterpri-
opened by the Police. millionon and a half the next yeaTr ses to furnish a programme which


ferring on the pntentialities of
the trade.
A noon visit to the National Pa-
lace and a special audience grant-
ed by President Francois Duvalier
highlighted the activities of the
visitors last Saturday. Tourism
Minister Jean Magloire, and Mr.
Lucien Daumec, of the President's
Private Secretariat, were on hand
to assist the President.
(Continued on page 16)


MARKET


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aHAITI SUN-


Sunday Dec. 1St. 1951


tiJoseph report


M.M. LEONCE PIERRE ANTOINE, Luc Beauboeuf, and Dr. Israel
Sylvain form the committee selected by President Duvalier by a do
cree on November 12 to be communal commissioners of Port-aui Pi
ce. They will occupy this position until the municipal election;.



HAITI'S FIRST LADY, Madame Fran'-ois Duvalier accompanied by
Mine. Raymonde Estime, Mmc Monperc'isse. Miss Marie Denise Duvalier
and Madame Noel wein': to Riviere Froide last week to carry aid to
the Petites Sceurs de Sainte Therese establishment...



JOSEPH MANUEL, Gelin--Vilsoi, Dieu Merci Charmand, Alfred
Jean Simon flew to Oriente, Cuba and will cive their services to sugar
manufacturers there. A large number of Haitian laborers are expected
to be leaving for Cuba to work in the wSiboney' and -Palmas-, sugar
factories...



THE MV .BRRGENSFJORD., a 18,000 ton Norwegian vessel,
built in Newcastle (England) shipyard, brought into Port 341 tou
rists on her .Thanksgiving Day Tour....



- SENATORS VICTOR N. CONSTANT and Thomas Desulme-,went to
Havana, Cuba, where M. M. Thebaid, Joseph Baguidy, and Raymond
Moise are fulfilling an official missionn.



FORMER POINT IV and SCISP offices building in the Exposition
Grounds is now occupied by the labs of the Institut National do Sc-
rologie. They will undertake bacteriological research work based on
a specially elaborated plI ..


POINT IV SCHOLARSHIP GRANT TRAINEES; Mr. Andre Darti-
guenave, Director of the Damien rural school; Miss M. C. Lafontant,
teacher; and Mr. Felix Brillant, SCHAER employee left for the U.S.A.
on Nov. 22. They will be trained on teaching methods and preparation
of educative matter in Washington for a period of 9 months, and then
will go on to Porto Rico for 3 months...



IMPORT-EXPORT BANK DELEGATES, Ellery Dcnison. and Fran-k
Kimball spent three days in Port-au-Prince .



FOUR HUNDRED LABORERS, under the direction of Engineer
Harry Tippenhauer, are busily repairing the main street of the Capi-
tal...

THE AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION sent 14 represen-
tatives to Haiti, last week, in quest of pertinent information on Haiti.
Piloted by Agence Citadelle the visitors are takings in the sights, and
enjoying the attractions while getting their info. They are stopping
at'Hotel El Rancho



The International Country Club has announced to its Members the
appointment, as Manager, of Mr Joseph Tschaler, of St Moritz,
Switzerland. Mr. Tschaler is a graduate of the famed Hotel School :t
Lucerne, and speaks six count them six languages.

In the same notice, the Club announced its Winter Actiiities Sche
rdule. as its contribution toward the new program of the Interna;ional
Club of Commerce to make 'Haitian Hospitality- come It-,ic It asks
its Membership to volunteer for Host Committees
The notice also announces the opening, for the season, of the Undlcr.
seas Bar at the Hotel, with a new arrangement of service, te*te..,.'e'e
seating, candle-lighting and hi-fi music. Canap6s will be served .at
midnight and closing is at 1 AM.



Announcement has been made of the election by lthe stockhold-rs
of a provisional Board of Governors of the International Country
Club, to serve until expansion policy has been outlined. The Board is
headed by Mr. John van Hoboken, a private banker of Rotterdam, Hol-
land, and several other Members from the vicinity of New York and
Connecticut.


HAITI'S BIGGEST MARKET
(Continued from page 1)


erful it would be both for Haiti
and for the people who would
come here if Haiti would go out
after the great potential market
represented by the middle-income
group in the United States.
-This market is not catered for
by the luxury holds or even by
m.ny of the pensions since its de-
mands are specialized. In the first
place it has not the income for
the luxury hotels, and secondly it
wants the companionship not gene-
rally found in most pensions. This
it could only find by aclally liv-
ving with a family.
Many vacation c,'untrics-and
which country is not a vacation
country today with '.he iap;dly im-
proving means of ojmmurnication'
-make a special effort to cater to
this market.
It represents a wide group of
people. There are young married
couples like ourselves who are
more interested in knowing the
peoples of the countries we visit.
how they live and work and play,
the real culture of a country, than
in luxury travel and" enjoyment.
There are many like us who
would want to travel with their
children since it is also an educa-
tion for them as well as an added
pleasure for us.

THE OLDER GROUP

.Then there are the older people
who want to do many of the same
things they do at home- going to
the movies, to concerts, driving-
only in a different way and with
different friends. Their are also
young students whose parents
would want either to accompany
them on a trip or feel that they
are staying in a home away from
home. It is a very big market."
In reply to my question as to
the way to go about tapping this
market, Mr. Trostle pointed out
that the methods of organization
varIed prom country to country
but once the ball was started roll-
ing It grew in size and momentum.
"You need,, he said, .first of all
a number of people, Haitians. who


hat is off to Mrs. Seefeldt.
which may be provided.
The essential thing is for the
visitor to feel that he is sharing
the life of the household, its so-
cial intercourse and the general
milieu.

The difficulty would be in get-
ting such a scheme started. Once
it is started, judging from the
wonderful time we have had here,
we have no doubt that an impor-
tant contribution would accrue to
the economy of the country as well
as to international understand-
ing.

Actually it would be such an
advertisement for Ha'iti that the
attractions of this country would
be know Id-all income brackets
so that eventually the luxury ho-
tels would also benefit. It would
truly be as I saw in the SUN
last week -selling the whole coun-
try' to the vacationer.


HAITIAN WOMAN
(Continued from page 1)

The new appointee is a native
of Gonaixes and a graduate of the
Saint Roe, clc Lima College at Port
au-Prince.
She gainL.o much public atten-
tion from her devotion to social
service work, and her appointment
is regarded as a fitting re',ard and
acknowledgement of the part that
women can play in national affairs.
Mrs. Deslandes in' 1952 woundedd
the Association of the Disciples of
Claire heureuse, an organization
for needy children. Its Carrefour-
feuilles school is attenJed by 165
children of the region, and also
serves as a day nursery.
Mrs. Deslandes, a member of

the Committee of the -Ligue F6-
minine d'Action Sociale", will be
remembered for her vigorous role
of champion of women's rights last
!October when the Ligue sued the
Municipality of Port-au-Prince,
charging the City with trying to


are genuinely interested in meet- rob the Haitian woman of her po-
ing people from abroad and ex- liticnl rights.
changing ideas with them. Last January, she organi.cd the
,.They should, of course have 'Feminmn Grouping for lth' Evolu-
the basic accommodation in their tion of the Women. of the Masses,
hoines. The paying guest would be and played an important part in
a member of the household contri- the recent electoral campaign
buting to the upkeep on a more
or less fixed scale and bearing THANKSGIVING DAY
the cost of any extra services OBSERVED BY AMERICAN
.... COLONY HERE

U.S. Donor Sends...
iContinued from page 1 The American Colony in tli.
: ti celebrated Thanksgiving Day
nation Vincent pour l'Oeuvre des in traditional manner, on "iurs
Enfants Assistds. clay. with President Francois
By mistake, these arrived at the Duvalier participating in t'., r.
St Vincenit's School toi Handi- hligious service in the Inoip'.rg
capped Ch.]dren. 'in t-he Episcopalian Cathedn'--
Fortinalc :.. Sister Juan put Saint Trinity.
*'.',n nay for Christmas; and Bishop Alfred E Voegeli, head
v. hen the mistake was discover- of the Diocese, delivered i.
'.:1. turn ,l them over to Sister Thanksgiving Day sermon.
Cayoli of the Foundation. Now, Some twenty-five A mi e r i c l n
1 -s. Seefeldt. whowas kept inform 'residents and visitors took ad.
ed by Bill Vroonman. is busy gather- vantage of the offer of the Splen
ing a like shipment for the St- did' Hotel to have their Thanks-
Vincent's School so that their giving Dinner of Turkey and
children may have a wonderful Mincemeat pie in the attractive'
SChristmas too. surroundings of the hotel


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Haiti Honours
A Neighbour

A 15-member delegation, hea
dcd by Brigadier General Anto-
nio Th. Kebreau motored tu
Ciudad Trujillo, on Tuesday011
a special mission for the Haitian
Government.
Haiti's Chief of Army Staff.
and his party were greeted upon-
arrival at the frontier post Ji.
mani by a Dominican delegation
and were given Military Honoa
by Squadrons of the Army and
the Navy.
During a special ceremony on
Wednesday morning, General
Kebreau, on behalf of his-Go-.
vernment decorated Generaiisi
me Rafael Leonidas 'Trujillo
with the national order of -cPe.
tion et Bolivar*. General Hector
B. Trujillo, brother of the Gene
ralissimo was similarly decora
ted.
SThe Haitian Delegation inclu.-
ded : Colonel Paul Thimotee, Co
I lonel Antonio J. Multidor: Lieu
tenant Colonel Celigny Elie,
Captain Pierre Merceron; Cap.
tain Roger Tribi; Captain Lionel
Honorat; Lieutenant Raymond
J. Lafontant Captain Pelissier
Nicolas; Deputy Joseph Amary.
Reverend Father Kebreau. ture
of the Ste Anne Parish Church:
Mr. Aubelin Jolicoeur, member
of the press; Mr. George Figaro.
Director of the SIPP.
The Dominican Government
apart from the entertainment of
their visitors in Ciudad Trujillo
prepared a most elaborate pro-
gram of dinner parties, con-
certs, sighteeing expeditions,
etc.


GAMES AND CONCERT

A buffet dinner attended by
1,000 guest was given in @Hotel
Emjadort where toasts wee ,
exchanged by President Trujillo
and Brigadier General Kebreau. J
Sightseeing expeditions were
made to Army headquarters, the
Military Airport under construe
tion, the Coast Guard Base, the
Fortress and the Naval yards.
At the Christopher Columbus
Mausoleum, General Kebreau
deposited flowers.
In the auditorium of the Pa-
lace there was a gala conceit
honor of the Haitian Delegationl
by courtesy of Minister Ramon
Luis Tejada.
The firearms and munitions
manufacture plant was visited.
at San Cristobal, and on the wjy.
back the party stopped at Hotel.
Hamaca in Boca Chica.
General Kebreau and felloC
delegates were taken to the
open air theater Agua Luz" and'
through the Pcace and Lib-rtY
Fair Ground'
Members of th Hlaitmian DeleP
tion returned to Porl-au-Prinr-'
on Friday. ,'


Js-ain-Marc. Simnnci has es.t
blished himself in the boat bulk.
ing business in Cannes, faMi.'
resort in Southern France. Je.
Marie and wife, former KMi
Bussienius of Cap-Ha'itien, Mrs. d
Catalogne (of Hostellerie B'-
.Christophe) lives nearby. .. -


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Sunday Dec. 1St. 1957 "HAITI SUN'~ Pane 3


THE ATTRACTION of Foreign Capital is a prime objective of all underdeveloped country' |
such as Haiti. In most cases t his is thought of more or IleCS, in terms of new industries. Tli.,
expansion of existing industrie-" however can play a great part in the general expansion of t.".
duction.
BECAUSE very little seems to be known in Haiti of a rece nily N et up world d urg.iel.t,oni
designed to assist private cnter prise both already functioin.i; i n a country as well ;Is ne".0 -..
terprises which may be started -and isca member of this nr-a anisation the tSuin, t,'iriy
gives an outline of the structure. policy and objectives uo


What Is


IFC is an international institu-
tion, closely affiliated w'irh thl;
World Bank, with capital of S 92
million subscribed by 51 member
governments, including H a it i.
tFC's purpose is to further econo-
mic development in its less deve-
loped member countries by inves-
ting-without government guaran-
tee in productive private en-
terprises in association with pri-
vate investors who can provide
competent management. IFC does
not intend to compete with priva-
te capital, nor will it exercise ma-
nagement functions.
IFC judges projects on the basis
of thier merits as investments for
private capital.

PRIVATE CHARACTER

IFC, unlike the World Bank,
deals directly with private busi-
ness people without government
intervention and will finance only
private enterprises. It will not in-
vest in undertakings which are go-
vernment owned and operated, or
in the management of which the
government participates to any si-
gnificant extent. However, an en-
terprise in which some public
funds have been invested is net
necessarily precluded from being
financed by IFC if the enterprise
is essentially private in character.
IFC does not seek and will not
accept any government guarantee.
LOCATION OF THE PROJECT
The project must be located in
a member country, including de-
pendent territories. IFC will con-
centrate mainly on projects loca-
ted in the less developed areas --
Africa and Asia (including the
Middle East), Australia and Latin
America.

TYPE AND SIZE
OF ENTERPRISE

IFC wilt consider either the ex-
pansion or improvement of aa
existing enterprise, or the creation
of a new one During the first
years, i: normally will make its
investments in enterprises which
are predominantly industrial (ma-
nufacturing, processing, mining),
and will deal with companies
whose assets, after financing, will
equal at least $ 500,000

SIZE OF IFC INVESTMENTS
IFC will not cover more than
half of the total cost of an enter-
prise. Its investments are general-
ly expected to range in size front
[i about $100,000 to $2,000,000, at
'eIst in its early stages.
SEssentially IFC is an investing
IUther than a lending institution.
,IFC Will make investments which
'.Wil encourage participation by
| ate investors, initially, or sOb-


The IFC?


sequently through the purchase, of the participation rights
IFC's inetiment It will be tht estment.
obje'.tiv of IFC in each (ase IlF'C intends to revolve
shape its inve-_tient s.o as to e'>I- I.'io by sling its invest
tribute to the soundness of lthe ,uon nas they prove su
financial strulct.ire of the e'. r' successful to attract pr
praise. vi-itors. However, it is
IFC's inc-stments will not he to give the principals a
conventional. fixed-intc-res; loans. : first refusal to purchase
They will ie intermediate e)-. rest in the enterprise.
ween loan capital on the other INTERNATIOA
THE I NTERNATIO.NAL
loans carrying some interest and CORPORATION w
some right to participate in the E COP oRy 24O
blished on July 24, 195,
growth of the business. 31 countries, with capit
Such participation may take the eriptions totaling $78,000
from of (a) a right to convert the fulfilled the membership
loan or some part of it into share rements of the Articles
capital, or an option to subscribe ement.
to share capital, or ib) a right to The Inaugural Meeting
some additional income related to Board of Governors of I
earnings, or tc) both. The amount portion was held in
and form of the participation are I tContinued on page


































The signboard at Chancercllcs which nices direction to Nc
tries which have spring up zn this area the opporrlunitye of th
conrc'nintlj Ilocated a short distance from the center of town.
matters for negotiation to suit the
circumstances ot each individual
case Furthermore, IFC does not
haie a standard rate of interest
The rate is only one pant of the
investment terms.
In its investments IFC considet s
earning power more important
than a lien on assets. Where IFC's
investment terms ate satisfactory, H E
it does not object to other loans.
up to an appropriate amount, ran-
king in priority to its own invest- You're in
ment. h
Since its capital is in U.S. dol-
lars, IFC will, in its early years,
generally make investments ex-
pressed in U.S. dollars. But it will Phone: 3313 i
invest, at least in part, in other Bldg. Jos. Na
currencies if justified by the sta-.
bility of such currencies and byv


shop and save


the best of

ads when you...


Ticket Office: Jos. Nodal & Co.
dal & Co., General Agents
or e your Trvel Agent


I


Sunday Dec. lSt. 1957


,,HAITI SUN,,


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,HAITI SUN,,


Sunday Dec. ISt. 1957


the Corporation's activities, ium he lie lucated, togclI',r 'itli the S $600,000 in Engraitne's
hers of others were vague rda-, laws and regulations wIhLc i ductos lndustriales, SA, a
rather than specific propos.)is.i would apply to the proposal ican company, ov-ned by \
and had to be declined until can and A'merican stockholi
they could be put into more tin INVESTMIBENTS The Corporation's invcstr,
giblc form Where appropriate together with an investment
the Corporation has sought ;u As of September 10, 1957. the the shareholders of Engr"
make suggestions on lihow lii, Corporation had entered into will be used to expand the ;
might be accomplished. four commniitments totaling th, facilities and business for
The Corporation has alo iad equivalent of $5,320,000 .,. hi- manufacture and sale of a
correspondence and discussions ---- -- --- riety of industrial product
with a large number of indu- ________________components. This will in:
trial firms, financial groups and (Continued on page 14
individuals regarding the Co,-. A ux
portion's policies and opera- ''Ar .i "
tions. Many of these are large ,
European and United States, I / ----11-
companies with long experience ambt" PORT'AU.Plthh[
in the foreign field, as %%;ell as' .
a wide veriety of smaller con-i
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tion with the Annual Meeting oi of specific proposals, original- lows: S2 million investment ill
the Internatanal Bank ;n Was- ing from the less industrially Siemens dn Brasil Companhia
hington, D.C., on September 27. developed countries, in which de Eleetricidade, in Brazil the
1s5G. A report covering the pe- the Corporation expects to con- equivalent of $600,000 in Engra-
riod from July 24 to September centrate its investments. nes y Productos Industriales, S.
15, 1956, was submitted to the A number of investment pro- A., in Mexico; $2.2 million in Em
Board of Governors at that fmec posals which at first appeared presa Minera de Mantos Blan-
ting. promising showed, after invest- cos, S A.. in Chile: and the er\ui
On September 10. 1957 the igation, weaknesses of variuot valent of S520,000 in Bristo! de
Corporation had 51 memniber" types making them .unsuitable Mexico. S.A. in Mexico
countries, whose subscriptions for IFC financing. On the ot0iL- IN BR.AZIL
totaled $92 million. All the ca- hand, several' proposals on whill, On June 20, 1957. the Corpa-
pital due has been fully paid considerable work was donu ration reached an agreement,
with the exception of $590,000 were postponed or withdrawn subject to completion of the
which has been owed by Egypt by the sponsors for various rea- necessary legal formalities., for
August 23, 1956. Additional up- sons Some decided to do till a $2 million investment in i Sl
plications for membership in the entire financing themselves. mens do Br'asil Complar. 'i .1 .
Corporation had been recen\ed some secured financing frnit Electricidade Siemens do fl- i
from Afghanistan, GQhana. Libyj otner sources A few have bec'i sil is owned by Siemens (it Ger
and Malaya. withdrawn because of inabilil:t m a n y, the largest manufactlir-
As received, the capital :iab to agree on financial terms, ilg enterprise in that country
been invested in United StaLcb All these factors make it di. The Corporation's inves i-ent.
Government obligations with ma ficult to be specific regarding: together with inhe equivalent; of
turities up to five years. Grosi the number of applications fori' $8.5 million being investe'l by
income from these investment-, investment received by th, Cot- Siemens of Germany, wilt be
to June 30, 1957, was $2,408,000, portion However, as a roug.i used to expand the plant facili-
net income for the year was $1 ;approximation, there are no,. ties and business of Siemens do
675,000. before thfe Corporation bet.we-en Brasil for the manufacture of
25 and 30 proposals whiri ap- electric generating equipment.
INQUIRES AND pear to be within the scol)p ot switchgear, transformers, large
PRROPOSALS its operations and which offer motors and accessories for uti-
reasonable prospects of Leing lity and industrial application as
The Corporation has received suitable for investment. Tie lai well as telephone equionient
a large number and variety of gest number of these proposals This will be the first integrated
inquiries and proposals with re- concerns projects located ii L;. plant for manufacture of such
ference to possible investmentv-, tin America: a somewhat s mal a broad range of heavy zclctri-
in many of its member coun- ler number is for project'- ,1: cal apparatus in Brazil. Cons-
tries. As was inevitable witn a Asia and the Middle East .x..i ruction is now under way, with!
new type of international final relatively few in other Z, '.'a-. initial production due to st'.'a at
cial organization, many inqui- The proposals include projecLti the beginning of 1958, and c,nm-
ries have been based on'h m!- for pulp, paper and forest pro- pletion scheduled in three years.
understanding of its purpose, ducts; textiles, agricultural, in- The Corporation's investment
which is to use its funds for in- dustrial and construction ..'i: of $2 million will be in note.-
vestment in private enterprisc.-. nery; engineering, cheinLcals. bearing interest at 6%, maluting
and not to finance transactions foud processing, cement, mni:ing" in 15 years, with amortiz-' ion
such as export credits, instal:- and printing beginning at the end of the lith
ment sales, 'Ship mortgages, an> The projects nov.w under ,:s- year, to retire the issue in i..qual
the like deraiutioni are in various st:i-i ii annual amounts by nmatl'it'y.
Other inquiries involi ing (to1 O tidyy rclattg to the cha:.r.1i?'. The Coiporation will recent a
mercial or agricultural pro.vc, ability and xLxperience u," tliht 15-year option on shares equi-
hlave been declined in vie,' of lspnsor. proVisiorns for nin1ge- talent to the complete co.'er-
the Corporation's policy tu coi.- ment, market prospects, eo,1nc- sion of its notes
fine its activities, in thle carLur ering and othei' tecmncil t N-
years, to the field of industrial turcs, proposed financing, Ji..l IN MEXICO
enterprise, which includes l)p'- prospucl of profitable opera- On August 13. 1957, tihe Cul'r-
cessing ol agricultural putlttl' tions I is, it COtii'e, nt'C..S!1'si portion reached an agreenicil',
and mining, also to take into account the. subject to completion o1 th.
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HAITI SUN
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EDITOR PUBLISHER BERNARD DIEDERICH i. ,his y, most
GERANT-RESPONSA.BLE PAUL E. NAJAC j Pcuple.wil appreciate that working
-- : lS-.;.. the nc% working hours are neces-
Ssary if there is to he increased
NEET THE FAMILY I. KIN(G IIOUIRS production in every aspect of na-
HAITI is still in the lirst stage of Tourist Development production in every aspect of a
when thoughts run mostly to the wealthy vacationer who I Dcar Mr Diederich: tional economy.
needs constant stimulus for his appetite and who, within The United Nations 1949 R2pwart
reason, is prepared to pay for it. This is all very well in itself How about Ilaiti s position as a was emphatic that Government
and from the point of view of economics it is the view which I UTOPIA ? Governm-int and Bank servants were poorly paid. bu; this
means the most dollars in the shortest time ri Rest rD -qhuid i>e the title is another question. Obviously, in-
BUT there is more to Tourism than this -f a country is to ind it g(, c, s(,ntlng like this: r.eese pacnfor Governmenl enl-
riirmei epl et w !ployees cannot come without in.
reap the full benefit. The essential problem of Tourism is the r Gr'' roier,, peple rest two creased production.
problem of human relationships. Selling the whole country to days tui t lthr. v c o tl wort:.
visitors means not only selFng the sea and the sun and the How many Government cimplo. Let's fac it folks: we all have
beauties of the country side and historical monuments or i yees are there? :o buckle down to work, and hope
places. It is selling the personal charm and culture of the Hp--. man v votes do thielie have !that the State will soon be able
:oto recompense its servants it the
people as a whole. comprenir to he rest of the popu-
WE USE the term selling advisedly because actually the lation? wany thai i Ishould.es but in the
country receives something tangible in return. But selling Ca cr.-ei.jng the disinc.i.iaion of meanwhile s production is in
also means giving of the very personality of Haiti, thereby Governmeiit employees to work in____
making friendships, and ourselves benefiting from that inter- the aiterniorn, now being discuss- ~.
course of minds which is the true result of friendships. ed in the press, an analysis of j
TO DO this Tourism must be brought into the homes of as their working days leads to pheno- j
many Haitians as possible the more, the strong the chain menal conclusions. ',
of friend ship and the greater the cultural and material re-' Under present rules, Govern
turn How is this to be done ? A good example is given by Mr. meant employees do not work on i
the 52 Sundays of the year, natu-
and Mrs. John Trestle of New York who, with the'r three rale, 52 Sundays of the year, not
Sally, nor on 52 Saturdays (now
children, aged five and three years, and ten months rfspecti- alt, nr on 5e ac in force)d- s
that the new rules aein
vely. are staying with friends in Haiti. total 104 non-working days. Add -
MR. TROSTLE, as. Associate Director of the Council on to this 15 days of annual leave, 15 |
Student Travel, has a great deal to do with arranging student days of sick leave, 28 national and 1 '
tours to different parts of the world. But for his own vacation religious holidays, there is a to -*.,3
he naturally wants to take his family along. And as a student tal of 162 days of rest each year
he wants to enjoy meeting people of the country in which he for the Government employees.
is vacationing and if possible living in close contact with With only 365 days in the year,
them. He got his wish in Haiti and is enjoying it so much that more than 40 percent of the days LES PLUS BELLES MOSAWIOES
he would spread the word. each yaer are used for rest. In HAITIENNES
THERE ARE thousands of people who would like to share other words, for every 3 days of (MHE|| u Tl'P
the experience of Mr. and Mrs. Trestle in Haiti. They repre- work there are two days of rest.
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of the personal type which in the least expensive but the
most efficacious.
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Rhode Isinder HUGH B. CAVE
has spent several years in Haiti;
he is the author or the book
Haiti : Highroad to Adventure
and of many short stories.

BY HUGH B CAVE

'LONG BEFORE the man him
self appeared, we saw his torch
weaving down the mountainside
in the lonely darkness. He knew
we were there. All day the keen
ing of the conch shellI had an
nounced oar coming. Just as we
finished our, evening meal, he
splashed through the stream and
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glow a very old man halted
old man, barefoot, in rags.
(Bon soir,n he said. And then,
gazing at us curiously, he added
in Creole : You arc the lirst
strangers I have ever seen *..
We offered tobacco for 11, ho
memaole pipe and he sat do%%n.
For the next hour, with the river
whispering in the dark near l.3
and the night air gro1iin.4 LOI
der. he talked to us about
himself and his neighbors.
That was what we wanted. WVce


were not strangers to H
had already written a
about the country after
years' residence there, an
gathering material for am
My companion, Dr Char
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Jersey. had shared some
earlier Haitian adventure
'neither of us had previous
plored the roadless wild
at the western end of Hai
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of whom had never seen a stran.c_
ger before. We had camped on'-
SR L A N D the river's edge. near a solita.
ry thatch-roofed cabin. Having
aili. I knowledge, had anyone else in laid out the sleeping bags, I-
book recent years. An Inter-Amcrirjan walked to the house and asked
three Geodetic Survey team had pene- if I might buy a chicken.
ill %as treated part way, and that orga- ((A chicken. m'siV? The lady
other nization has since prepared ex- of the house held a conference
les H. cellent maps, of the region but with her husband, who gravely"
, New from aerial photographs. An adi explained that to replace the
oi my venturous party of Catholic mis- bird he might have to go all the
s. Rut sion priests had probed a few way to the coast. The price, the.
sly ex- miles in from the unpaved l.e9 before, would be high. He asked
lci nes, Cayes-Jeremie road. But, except five gourdes a dollar. For two
tili al- to its isolated inhabitants, the gourdes more I bought sweet po-
penin- heart of the region remained tatoes, -.milet. and a yam that
of our terra incognita. 'weighed several pounds. Would
We were the first intruders, madame be so kind as to kill
And, for the time being, the last. and clean the chicken?
Our journey had begun in cOf course, m'si6, she murm.
SPort-au-Prince, where we load- mured in her liquid Creole. She
-ed our gear into a twin-engine promised to bring everything to
Beechcraft of the Haitian Air the camp, and I went back there.
Force and flew to Les Cayes We waited. Visitors came, but
,There, with a pack mule. w-' set not madame or the chicken. At
out westward along the coast last we beckoned to the boy.
The road, an unpaved jeep truck, cGo and see what's keeping
S ends at the tiny village of Les her.))
Anglais, where it becomes a foot But suddenly there she was,
path. But the coast is a specta- with her husband, carrying a
cularly beautiful string of uns completely cooked chicken din-
polled beaches and formidable ner. with all the trimmings, on
Cliffs. At thb time of our jour- two large wooden trays!
ney the farmers were buh.- in Food was a problem to these
their millet fields, and sardine people. They grew their own
fishermen walked the be-ches yams and sweet potatoes, raised
with their throw-nets, a few chickens for eggs, some-
SIn Port-A-Piment the Oblate" times owned a solitary goat or
Fathers, who have a church pig. Yet when our pack mule
there, had found us a boy to found the vertical trails of the
look after the ack nmrile. nmass'f too much for him, and we
When he learned that %e propo transferred some of our gear to
sed to turn inland, he b.'l:e'l mountain peasants we hired as
aWhere will we stay at niglit?) porters, the strength and durabi
he asked fearfully No mountain lily of these men and women
peasant sleeps in the open in astonished us. They could
this land where the night hiour- w alk all day over the most fall.-
are haunted by werewolves andt guing trails. and ioke while,
the voodoo spirits, doing it
((We have camping gear,) t)e Rains had made the trails o.1
told him. utAnd there will al the upper Tiburon too dange-
ways be a fire.a -ous and we crossed a ridge to
He shook his head, wanting; the Los Anglais River for safer
no part it. Not alone. But in Ti going. Front the Les Anglais
buron we found Dorism6 Borgla, headwaters our route climbed to
a crafty old fellow pushing ie- some seven thousand feet wit.
Sventy, to keep him company, hout a solitary deviation from
and so with half the village o0t its obvious purpose of being th?
tb see us off, we started up tli- shortest and most difficult!-
Tiburou River into hUterior and distance (between two points.
were soon deep in the tioun Then it plunged straight down
itains. again.
1 The map of Haiti shows no vii- Even more rain had fallen
lages in this lonely range. There here. The track was as slippery
are none. Consequently there as grease and so eroded by the
are no trials worthy of the name. torrents rushing down it that its
Yet people dwell here and there banks of volcanic soil were
in the massif, and on their infre often twice as high as our heads.
quent journeys they follow cer- At the bottom, bruised and
tain time-honored routes. For weary, we found ourselves in a
the most part these routes are deep gorge through which tuimn-
the watercourses, bled a small, swift stream. We
In the shadow of the great were now, of course, on the
massif, we had our first indica- north side of the great barrier
tion of the kindness of the pri- range that splits the peninsula
mitive mountain people many 'Continued on page 12)


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Sunday S. 19T____ Page 7


Israel Sets Out '1

Development On A Shoestring

BUT RUSSIA'S EYES TRADE
OF AFRICA'S NEWEST NATION
Ssra cli enterprise concerns th,.
ACCRA This newest na-I building up of a merchant marine
tion in Africa is attracting' personnel, but Tel Aviv has also
worldwide attention as it sets made offers of technical aid in
out to demonstrate its capaci- the development of construction
ty, not only to run its own af- programs.
fairs, but to develop its econo- The stated purpose for the other
my which is potentially one of Ghana trade missions will' be to
the richest in Africa, and at explore possibilities of two-way
the same time tread warily trade and methods for developing
the slippery path of interna- small industry, and to seek capital
tional power politics. ifor industrial development.
From the Caribbean via Bir-
mingham University in England VOLTA POWER
where he was Professor of Econo- A major project for which ca-
nics, the Government of Ghana pital is being sought is the pro.
has called Arthur Lewis to help posed Volta River dam, a hydra
plan the country's economy. And electric development intended to
from both Israel and Russia have provide power for an aluminum'
come offers of help. industry to be based on Ghana'-
Israel, backed by her own exam- bauxite deposits.
pie of development on a shoes- Finance Minister K. A. Gbede-
tring, seeks to win a powerful mah and Arthur Lewis, econo-
friend in Africa as a counter to mic adviser to Prime Minister
Arab influence in Africa and the Kwame Nkrumah, will go to Lon
Middle East. don shortly, persumably Lo dis-
The Soviet Union, with her own cuss this and other proposals
game in which the Middle East is further.
only a pawn on the world chess- The Volta River project would
board, is offering trade facilities require an investment by the Go
to the world's biggest producer of vernment and industry of 123,
cocoa that alone is an important 000,000 ($64,000,000), a sum far
factor in a fat-hungry world. beyond Ghana's capacity. Efforts
A two-man Soviet delegation to raise the Money from Wes-
.. .. tern Governments appear to be
was getting down to business here tern Gvernments aear ta be
stalled at present and some Go-
this week offering trade technical eid et ad re hav
vernment officials here have
help and looking to the probable mentioned offers [ help from
establishment of an embassy here. hind the Iron Curtain if the mo
The Ghana Government announ- hey was not forthcoming from
ced that the Soviet delegation had the West.
come to discuss plans for a trade These views do not bear tihe
mission the Ghanaians intend to imprimatur of the Prime Min-
send to Moscow next year. How- ister or his Cabinet. However.
ever, it was considered likely that circles high in the Government
the visitors would be willUng to believe the Volta project must
talk about sending a permanent be sold to the Governments of
diplomatic mission if the Govern- the'free world as an investment
ment here proved receptive, in the political future of WesL
The two Soviet representatives Africa.
are Dmitri F. Safolnov, first se-
cretary of the Soviet embassy in SHIPPING AID STRESSED
London, and V. J. Smirnov, deputy Israel is setting out-to demon
trade representative at the London state in West Africa how she
embassy, can launch a foreign assistance
program on a shoestring.
ISRAEL ON SCENE The effort is plainly intended
to build friendships with tlhe in-
The Government here has na- dependent African country.' n
bounced that it ill send trade a counter-force to the influence
nounced that it will send trade
Sn of the Arab bloc, as well as to
missions in 1958 to the United d t .
e Bdevelop trade relationships.
States, Britain, German:,, India, Although Giana has bei in.
China, Japan and the Soviet Union. dependent for less than iin.
Of hee cli'res nl th Ui.dependent for less than -iine
Of these coun.rics only the Uni- months, the newly accr-dited
ted Stales Britain and India have Egyptian ambassador will find
envoys of ambassadorial rank in 'hen he arrives here that the
Ghana Israelih are already well entren-
Meanwhile, Lrael already is ac- ched as firm friends and work-
tive in cultivating trade and' ing partners of Prime Minister
friendship in Ghana Nkrumah's Government. '
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In addition, Israel is oi'ferAing
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similar- deal with an agency of
the Ghana Government in tie
Formation of a construction coam
pany for big development !'jo-
jects. An Israel operated cmn
pany along these lines alrendv
is doing business in Liberia. I
Beyond that Israel is offering '
to send perhaps forty teclini-
cians to work for the Ghana Go-
vernment on development pro-
jects.
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Ghana can afford. For example,
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Salute


th.e


Victor


New right from the road up. the Victor heralds a new
generation of cars.. lower, swifter, more efficient. The
low roof line of the Victor is only 58 inches high! Though
built 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 system1 So the Victor shows
remarkable reluctance to roll on corners. Sure-footed
safety is designed right into the Victor.


Powered by a new, deep-skirt ,square, engine, the Victor
is very much a top gear car-with swift, smooth top gear
acceleration froin 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 the Victor far
ahead of its class for all-round fuel economy.
Once again it's Vauxhall for value with arl exciting new
car at an excitingly low price!
There's 'alue in ever' aspect of the Victor's very advanc-
ed design: in its new, lows-sx.vept good looks and pano-
ramic vision: in its new flat-ride suspension, anlid its new
petrol-saving ,-square engine.
You must see-and tb-- this new Vauxhall. It's in our
show-room now awaiting your personal inspection.
There are two versions of the Vicior from which to choose.. the Victor
and)tlhc more luxnriously appointed Victor -Super-. This de luxe
model, the -Super,. is distir-aished by e"tra chromeworkl. a wider
choice of colours, an,d ,mch refinements as armrest door pnuls


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Sunday Dec. ISt. 1957


BEAR IN THE STREET

B-r-r IT'S NOT LIKE

HUNTING- IN HAITI


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By George Graham

EXCLUSIVE TO THE
HAITI SUN

TIMMINS CANADA; (Novem
her) : Northern Ontario is fam-
ed throughout the'American con
tinent as a hunting and fishing
paradise where tired city dwell-
ers can relax by tramping
through swampy, overgrown
countryside, or freezing peace-
fully on any one of the multitu-
de of lakes hidden among the
tangled tag-elder,.
Every once in a.'-while sonii
of these visitors are lost, drow-
ned, frozen, or shoot themselves
and each other... which all adds
to the romantic aura surround-
ing the region.
In this land of violent tempe
nature extremes, where the their
mometer falls to 50 degress (F)
below in winter rises to 90 de-
gress above summer man is in
constant battle with the ele-
ments. And when he presumes
to venture into the virgin gush-
land extending for thousands of
miles unmarked even by a tim-
ber, then he is allowing the ele-
ments a handicap.
This Is real hunting, the kind
you read about in adventure ma
gazines. This is the land of the
pioneers where the gold of the
western world is produced. Here
is excitement, danger, adventu-
re...

But I liked hunting in Haiti
better. I shot game there.
The natives of this little (po-
pulation 27,000) city set in the
midst of gold mines and timber,
450 miles north of Toronto. are
a hardy, worthwhile race. Most
-are of pioneer stock. Many
themselves pioneers, as Tim-
mins was founded only 50 years
ago when the railway thrust a
line into the north.
They might replace the pro-
noun cyou with a racy qyouse-
picked up from the gangEster
films shown in the dinky little
cinemas. They might sit at table
with their hats on, use blunt
four-letter words at a party,
even pick their teeth with their
knives.
But when it comes to hunting.
they are superb. Spruce, fir,
pine and poplar provide no hin-
drance for them. Tag-elder, mas
sed and knotted as the shrubs
may be, are merely a minor
challenge. They go out into the
bush and they spend all d'ay
there. And they seldom are lost.
Once, a group of citizens shot a
black bear in the residential
streets after he wakened lihem
at midnight.
They return from theebush
with stories of the game they
shoot. I have never seen a pa--
tridge or a moose personally.
But they say they have shot
them...


0E 0 | E N*E**i *0 i E N i E 0 i N iiNEi
SGeorge Graham, 23-year-old former assistant editor E
Sof the HAITI SUN, immigrated to Canada in June
Last after working as a reporter on the Daily Gleaner
" in his native Jamaica for a year and editing a corn-
" pany), magazine for Kaiser Bauxite Company for eight m
SMonths. He was on the SUN staff from January 1954 E
to January 1956. George is now Police Reporter on
Sthe Timmins Daily Press in Canada.
% 0 0 .0****0N .. .....ENEE..


I have been out almost every
weekend, with experienced hun.
ters; and I have never once
heard a partridge fly. I have
Tired at one or thwo ducks sit-
ting in the middle of icy lakes.
I have seen a rabbit shot. I have
even seen what my companions
assured me were moose and deer
tracks. Anki I have walked, I
'have tramped miles upon miles
bone weary, wishing I could die.
until.
I have been almost frozen
I was even lost once for a day
and a night in the bush.
I haven't shot anything.,
It's on expeditions like these
that I think about D'Leau Gaille,
Lac Saumatre and the other
peaceful waters 'of Haiti. I re-
member my 21st birthday when
I bagged 14 ducks sitting in a lit
tie canoe on D'Leau Gaille, and
the plump pintades that walked
across the highway, or flew
overhead at Gonaives. I remem


her the caiman that almost tur-
ned out a welcoming delegation
at Lac Saumatre.

Perhaps my memory is mellow-
ed by time. But it seems to
me the climate was particularly
balmy, the water of the lakes
was warm. The trees grew far
apart and the bush was criss-
crossed with tracks when I went
hunting in Haiti.

It seems I fired the gun until
my shoulder ached. I was not
involved in my particular battlP
with the elements, nothing as
romantic or exciting as that. But
I was having a wonderful time.
And we always returned home
rewarded.
Haiti may not be renowned as
a hunters paradise. It may not
be known for its game. But if
ever I go on a hunting expedi-
tion again, that's where 1 wish
to be.


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"HAII UN-Page 11


The Co-op


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.-Small farmers form asso--
,lationfs in order to put
,within the reach of the mem
bers funds and more ratio-
,ial and up-to-date farming
^-rethods in most countries
.and especially Canada.
S- These associations kno%\ it
as cooperatives serve a two
fold ptpoc,,e: the protection
"of farning, on a small scale
,and the ,etncral intensifica-
tion of p)rodutction. WVithI
these objectivi-s in view. the
product of a cooperative at
Farnathes iun der the super-
vision of UN Specialist NIou-
Jon was undertaken.

The Fermathc Agricultural Co-
.operative was started in 1952.
Technicians from thr Agricultural
and Industrial.Credit Bank expe-
rimented on thi, project to help
the peasants of this area who
.,because of their lack of knowledge
of better cultivation methods met
aidl sorts of hardships (loss of
money through deficient crops,
sitik and rachilic plants, necessity
:;,o go to work in the city or~"to
S:put the children as domestics in
l.private homes) despite the natural


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FERMATHES SHOWS THE WAY
By YVON CESAR
In the Bulletin of the Employees Association of the BNRH


heir homes are'too far to enable
hem to attend the courses, visit
he fields of their more fortunate
neighbours to observe and scruti-
nize the nf-ow methods.
On May 18, lthe A. D. E. B. As-
sociation des Employes de la Ban-
que) took a trip to visit the Fer-
ii:tbe Cooperartive on Mlr Mou-
tilons invitation.
Riding on big buses, pictures
qiicuty called turtles, up the wind-
ing road where many a danger
-,wait the unwary chauffeur, they
went to Farmathe where Mr. Mou-
ton and a party made up of Mr.
Feliks Bockensky, of the Interna-
tional Bank of Reconstruction and
Development, Agronomist Berna-
din and Mr. and Mrs. Fernando
Verna met them. Mr. Verna is Fi-
nancial Adviser to the Govern-
ment of Haiti on Joan from the
International Monetary Flund
Then they all set off on foot for
the expedition.


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resourcefulness of thier lands. moted, rainwater being plentiful
To launch the project and con- in the areaV
vince the most suspicious ones of The necessity for a mixed culti-
its beneficial results, a pilot pro- %ation %vas explained to the pea-
iect wab decided on. In the area sants Thus. lnd that had been
normally cultivated by the pea- used only for 2 months a year is
saints a small plantation was esta- now being used for 6 months for
blished Part of it was cultivated different crops Cultivation of new
according ,"'TMe old methods and crops which experiment showed
the other pahr was cultivated ac- could be grown on that type of
cor:ling to tle newly proposed me- soil wos introduced.
thods, use of fertilizer and tools. New methods of planting by
The results spoke for themselves, which the importance of topogra-
Sums of money varying with the phy was stressed thow to plough
importance of the lands were put to keep the richest soil) was
into a pool by the peasants. With stressed.
this capital, seeds, tools and ferti-
lizer were bought. Under the su- NEW STANDARDS
pervision i? ; hr. Mouton courses
on c e r t a i n experimentation The cooperative i t s e I f
methods and means to fight plant made regulations for the eli-
diseases, use of agricultural tools gibilitv to membership: no
etc were organized, heavy drinking and no par-
Solution to the water shortage ticipation in cockfights.
was discussed and construction of In a short period of five
10,000 gallon reservoirs was pro- years, the cooperative that
trn.m.::t u.............::;;s :.a "is administered by the pea-
Ssants themselves, has no
tce Consti-tction Work : 'debts and an ever increas-
1 | ing capital subscribed in by
S : !Ithe members.

The incomes of its members
truction Co. S A. have improved considerably; new
H comfortable homes have replaced
e Military (it,. 1 mthe old ones that are now% being
used as kitchens: some peasants
ARD give dowries to their daughters
who are getting married; children I
o go to school, and everyone enjoys I
i. good health. e
-Ii Even the peasants, who because I


Nevertheless Ti-Vil has contributed
a strip of his land for the laying
out of an interior road. Even he
who is not a cooperator has fallen
under the influence of this mo-
nent by becoming more conscious
of the general welfare of his area
in contributing part of his land for
the developing of his center.

A city-dweller who has a
property in the district and
whose living does not de-
pend entirely on the cultiva-
tion of his- land refused to
contribute to the project,
thus obliging the road to
take along detour and mak-
ing it less accessible.
As they entered further on the
road, the farms had a better aspect
and the numbers of cooperators
went higher too reach the 100%
mark.
(Continued on page 121


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On the way, they stopped at Ti-
\'Vil', Like all peasants whose pro-
pcrties are not too far from the
main highway and who find it
more convenient to do odd jobs,
ilie easiest on6 being begging, Ti- -
'Vil's not of the coop e r a t i v e.
There (despite the affability of Ti-
Vil who is a most friendly host, the I
atmosphere is that of utter pover-
ty. A few scattered and rachitic
corn plants are all he has in gar-
den from which he derives an in--
come of $30 a year.-


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Page 12


HAITI INTERLAND
(Continued from page 11)


in two. Our porters called the
stream the Rivihre Perdiue. It
changed its name thereafter,
and, though always the same
stream, became Source Mango.
Dtour la Ferme, and finally the
Bras Gauche of the Grande An-
se, which flows all the way to
the north coast.
We followed it, sometimes for-
ced to cross and recross the sire
am a dozen times an hour. Every
where the country was wild and
magnificent, heavily timbered.
The people were few and appeal
red to have little or no contact
with ft h unuold n,.f eliA *n4S1


welcome. Continuing on to Jre-
mie, we used sixteen days for
the whole trip, but we were out
to explore the countryside, not
to set a record. I imagine a Lood
strong mountain Haitian could
cross the peninsula on foot in
four days, if he had to.
At Marfranc we had somni
questions to answer, of course.
Our porters, though already
paid, stood quietly in the back.
ground, chatting with the boy
and old man who had accompa-
nied us all the way. Thete tvo
would begin their return jour-
n 4h nnA4 .v*nnfninwr thick fstn


wimt newoa r u outsUiae. unuMi, ney Jine nilext mornl. ingI, inIS I ll Llatn|
nearing our destination, we dis- along the coast. Why the earri-
Scovered them building rafts of ers angered we did not know.
balsa and bamboo- pipirites, At last they came forward.
they called them- on which to For more than an hour, though
float their yams to market, anxious to be on their way, they
At last we ourselves arrived had waited to shake hands wish
at the market village of Mar- us luck. cComme again to our
franc, on the Anse d'Hainault- country,)) they saM. cYou will
J&r6mie road. Americans at a be among friends.))
rubber station there made us HWe promised to return.


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Socidt6 Induslrielle de Mat&-
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,HAITI SUN"

I THE CO-OP IS A POWER...
iContinued from page 11) aims, achievements and future pro- I UNESCO for children from si
mark at ;he most distant spots, iects. comprising a cattle breeding months to two years of age :'
Stones had been removed from the j pr&grain and completion of the for the purpose of illustratij
fields and erected in places to road. He recognizes and explains the Rights of Children. The ot.
form walls that will keep the good the financial role a cooperative requirement for this competition
soil frcm being washed out by like that plays in the economy of is the presentation of a BirLtb
the rains The plants look vigo- the whole country 'The Co-opera- Certificate.
rous anJ are healthy Cultivated tive, he says, 'is an electricity Two prizes will be awarded;
crops are alternated, power plant which gives hight to one goes to the most beauti4w.:
its entire neighbourhood,. child, the other to the most:
TYPICL And, with consummated skill in charming and gracious.
There the excursio. sts were in- the publicity line, he advertises the The petit monde, of the Ca-
trcduced to Eloisie Achille. a pro- upI-ehase of the cooperative pro- pital are busily preparing foj.
tolype of the Farmer who has been duce to the excursionnists who the line-up to be admired in the.
strongly affected by the coopera- appluded him warmly and resum- competition, most of whom ex..
live principles. Eloisie Achille is ed their tour. peet to confound the judge 'vho.
cleanly dressed and wears boots. _____ _____ __ will have the difficult task of
His house has five rooms and the picking a winning blossom from
usually thatched roof has been BABIES TO SMILE FOR so beautiful a garden.
substituted for a corrugated iron UNESCO-- _-- ---- _
sheet one.
He was one of the first peasants Entries of Tiny Tots who wil LANA LOBELL CATALOG
to join the coprative of which compete for prizes in the Baby NOW AVAILABLE
he is now the administrator. He Contest for December 10th be- SEE ITS LATEST
has also been decorated with a gan flowing into the offices in FASHION PANORAMA
Merit and Honor Medal. In an ele- the Cite de l'Exposition on AND BARGAIN SALES
gant and picturesque flow of Thursday.
creole he made a brilliant expose The Contest sponsored by t!:r Apply Bazar Cheriez
of story of the cooperative, its National Commission Branch of -huelle Cherio:


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far frol water." Catn
of water that falls bouts ou to
That's where ta u'11 really shine if you have aar tU
yThatts wheree YOUIthe water. C
Bulldoze in terraces Build stocP edars, d
stealing brush and scrub. Build stocpond
and storage. spare time when you

S tori ere'sthe tractor that saybs
can plow or subsoil where wheel tractors spin

In wet prin ,l you' Plw re wheels bog do
the feed lots, and roads where wheel tractors ref-
see the tractor that works best in every season


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Manager Chancerelles NII.f

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Diesel Tractor.
ut water and plantO(a
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THE INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CORP.
(Continued from page 3)


the addition of machine tooling issue in
for the manufacture of automo- amounts. 1
tive and other mechanical parts, receive a 1
I a forge shop. and an electric res equival
steel furnace. The expanded pro of 401 of
ject will represent the first ma-
nufacture in Mexico of aulono- IN CHILE
live differential gears and uni-


Sversal joints, hydraulic j.ck-.
and rock-drill parts. Production
of some these items will start
this autumn and should be
under way for all items in q158.
Engranes is the outgro ,hi olt
three separate manufacturing i
enterprises started in 19S'3 by a
young American enginee,- who
settled in Mexico a few years
Before. The present co:'.pany,
was formed early this voeI- by.
the consolidation of the l:ep'
enterprises: a machine shop, an
iron and non-ferrous metal foun


Sdry; and a plate shop for pro-
duction of tanks and steel fabri
cation
The Corporation's investment
equivalent to U.S. $600,000, will
,be in notes, half denominated


equal semi-annual
rhe Corporation will
0-year option on sha-
ent to the conversion
its total investment.


ny years but the development
of the property required new
metallurgical methods for treat-
ing the ore and aslo an adequa.
te and reliable source of water
which became available only
this year.
About 83 million has been in-


On August 20,1957, the Corpu vested by the Hochschild inte-
ration reached an agreement, rests during the past several
subject to completion of the ne- years in defining the Mantos
cessary legal formalities, for a Blancos ore bodies, and in en-
$2.2 million investment in Em gineering, through extensive
presa Minera de Mantos Blan- pilot plant operations, a satis.
cos, S A., a Children Corpora- factory metallurgical process.
lion. Mantos Blancos is control- The proven ore body will now
led by Empreses Sudamericanas be developed and a metallurgi.
nian corporation which holds t1:2 cal plant constructed to process
Consolidades, S.A., a Panama- 2,000 tons of ore per day, pro
extensive mining, industrial and during about 25 million pounds
commercial interests of Dr. Mau of refined copper per year. Full-
ricio Hochshild and his associa scale operations are expected by
tes in the major countries at mid-1959.
North and South America and Including the $3 million alre-
Europe. Corporacion de Fomen ady invested in common shares
to de la Production of Chile and by the stockholders' group to.
their Chilean and foreign natio- tal capital of Mantos Blancos
nals, have small investment in- will amount to $12.8 million, of
terests in Mantos Blancos.


I in dollars and half in lMe:ican The Corporation's
pesos. Both the dollar and peso I is part of a finance
portions will bear interest at 7"; totaling $12.8. milli(
per annum, plus contingent it- lopment of the Ma;
terest related to the company's cooper mine and a
future earnings. Final maturity ted 45 kilometers
of the notes will be in 10 years. Antofagasta, large
wit'i amortization beginning dur I port of northern Cl
I ing the fourth year. to retire th.- deposit has been kn


Investment


which half will be in the form
of debt and half equity. The
Hochschild group is committed
to provide the total equity of
$6.4 million and $2.2 million in
debt. The balance of debt finan
cing will be provided by $2-mil
lion from the American Over.
seas Finance Company of New-
York and $2.2 million from IFC.
The Corporation's investment
of $2.2 million will be in deben-
tures bearing interest at 7 ',
with amortization beginning in
the seventh year to be retired
equal semi-annual amounts. The
Corporation will receive option
rights to purchase $1.1 million
of Mantos Blancos common
stock. In addition, the Corpora-
tion will receive conditional pay
ments dependent upon tli,
amount of dividends

CANADA IN MEXICO

On September 10. 1957, (lie
Corporation reached an agree-
ment, subject to completion o0
the necessary legal formalities.

(Continued on page 13)


Sia, program FLASH-FLASH-FLASH
on for deve-

ntos Blancos OSO BLANCO
smelter loca- On the occasion of its third anniversary, O S O
northeast of Bk L A N C 0 is offering to its kind customers TWO
it city and ROUND-TRIP TICKETS FOR A TRIP TO CUBA via
iile. The ore the Compagnie1 "CUBANA DE AVIACION,.
iown for ma-
-----__ A numbered Sales Slip will be given to each
customer on purchases from one pound of meat ($.30) up.
The winning numbers will be those corresponding
to the first two winning numbers of the Extraordinary
I Drawing of the Loteric National for the month of De-
Scember 1957.
Claim Your Tickets beginning November lIth.
GOOD LUCK TO THE HAPPY WINNERS
OSO BLANCO
S.. Telephone: 3963


Three convenient weekly flights to lake
yeu into the gay, romantic atmosphere
of the Pecirl of the Antilles!
Only 90 minutes from Port-au-Prince
16 Sontiogo de Cuba by CUBANA!

For information and reservations see your
Travel Agent or call Pan Anserican World
Airwys, Rue Dantes Destoudeis, Phone 3451


DEPARTURES FROM PORT-AU-PRINCE:
Monday, Wednesdays, Fridays, at 1:25 p. t...


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fage 14 ,HAITI SUN,- Sunday Dec. 1St. 1957 *


for an investment of the equiva-
lent of U.S. $520,000 (half in U.
S. dollars and half in Mexican
pesos) in Bristol de Mexico, S..\.
Bristol is owned by The Bristol
Aeroplane Company of Canada,
the majority stockholder; Aero-
naves de Mexico, S.A. a leading
Mexican airline; and other pri-
vate Mexican investors. Bristol
of Canada is a subsidiary of The
Bristol Aeroplane Company Li-
mited of England.
The Corporation's investment.
together with an investment
equivalent to $912,000 by L.-:
shareholders of Bristol de Mexi-
co, will finance the establish-
ment of an overhaul and repair
shop adjoining the Mexico City
airport. The plant will be equip
ped to process engines of the
types used in DC.3, DC-4, DCG
and Convair aircart, which are
most widely used in Mexico.
This is the first shop in Mexico
fully equipped 'to handle the
complete overhaul and testing
of such engines. The plant has
a capacity to overhaul about 480
engines. of the four principal!
types per year. Plant construc-
tion is completed, and prelimi-
nary operations are starting.
The Aeronaves Airline will
pay for its subscription to
shares in Bristol de Mexico in
the form of inventory of spara
engine parts and equipment
its repair shop at Torreon which
it has now closed. Aeronaves
has contracted with Bristol for
all its engine overhaul and
repair business.
Bristol de Mexico has entered
Into a management contract
with Bristol of Canada to fur.
nish a general manager and
supervisory personnel as nee-
ded.
The nucleus of the work force
consists of the trained mecha-
nics and foremen transferred
from the Aeronaves shop, which
will be augmented by selected
students trained by the Interna
tional Civil Aviation Organiza-
tion.
The Corporation's Investment
equivalent to U.S. $520,000 will
-be in notes, denominated half
in dollars and half in pesos. Both
portions will bear interest 7%c
per annum plus contingent plus
contingent interest payments
dependent upon the amount of
earnings, with amortization in
thirteen semi-an\iual amounts
starting in the third year The


Corporation will receive an op-
tion an shares equivalent to 50',
of its total investment.
MANAGEMENT AND STAFF
In anticipation of the Iornia.
lion of the Corporation, a beg-
inning was made on recruiting
management and staff early in
1956. By late autumn the initial
staff had reported for duty. The
number of ful-time officers and
professional staff is 12, all loca-
ted in Washington, and includes
nationals of five countries. In
addition, several members of
the World Bank staff, including
one representative located in
Paris, are giving part time to the
Corporation.
Also, in the interests of eco-
nomy, the Corporation uses the


services of the World Bantik's
Economic Staff, and Legal, Trca
surer's, Secretary's, Infornimaion
and Administration Departments.
The Corporation reimburses the
Bank for these services.

Supplementing the work of
its own full-time staff, tihe Cor-
poration has retained 4wo engi-
neering consultants on part time.
In addition, it has used the ser-
vices of 15 other consultants on
specific assignments in the
fields of engineering, produc-
tion, marketing and accountan-
cy. They have been recruited
from professional firms and in-
dustrial companies in North
America, Europe and Latin Ame
rica.


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(Continued from page 13)


A NEW NOTE
Certainly few of us want to
throw everything in the house
out and start over with color,
but still we would like to add
a note or two of brightness in
keeping with the times. Per-
haps the best way to do this is


greens mixed with electric blues
inspire Persian beauty. Sxipes
and tweedsa can be workeJ
into your home with certain
success, once you decide on the
color. Re-upholster chairs, di-
vans, make bedspreads or hang
draperes... you'll agree that the
hand-woven touch is something


to re-cover a chair or sofa, add you've been needing in your
a half dozen small decorator pil h6me for a long time. Inciden-
lows, or put up new draperies. (Continued on page 16)


Best in Cap Haitien Hostellerie du




Iol enrlstopke


A French Quarter in the Caribbean

The Hostellerie with a colonial architecture and historic background offers a mag-
nificent holiday of sun and entertainment. The only hotel in Cap Hail ien with swim-
ming pool, tennis, tropical park, night club, souvenir shop and French cuisine.
Fascinating excursions to Sans Souci Palace and the Citadelle of King Christophe.
Easy to reach from Port-au-Prince,40 min. by air, 5
hrs. bycar. Write orcable for information, reservations.


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Views of the Roi Christophes' tropical garden, attrac-
tive French provincial dining room, and modem pool.


Scostellerie du' Woi Qfristopf/e

Cap Haitien, Haiti Cable: Christophel
Represented in U.S. by ULAAussociates. Essex House, N.Y. 19. N.Y.
Chambw of Commerce dg. Mlami. Fle,55 E. Washingtflon 51. Chicao,,. .

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COLORS CAN MAKE YOUR HOME:
Not since lhe 18th. century This much we can do, and quiac
have so many outstanding ar easily. Naturally we want a da.
tis-ts devoted so much of the'r rable fabric, one -that clean
talent to the creation of house easily and one that fits into the
hold furnishings. The increasing scheme of things. No need to
acceptance of contemporary de- search farther than the balcony
sign is a sign of the times. of Lla Belle Creole... for right
Like thle past great period of there is the answer to you.
achievement in the decorative quest. This is a pot of gold wiLh
arts, the present is one of ex- more colors than any rainbow
tensive travel, or expanding ever thought of having ... shelf
wealth and knowledge. And after shelf of hand-woven fright
from this background we find here in Haiti too) rough-textaured
more and more the new use of fabrics that combine some of the
materials and Colors. Materials most beautiful colors imagina-
of the home were wood and per ble. The fabric is cotton wild
haps brick, but certainly not alu cotton actually grown and
mninum and plastic. Yet mo.c picked and worked right on thij
and more these new materials I island. Then it's hand woven on
are finding their way into ou, large wooden looms, bolted and
homes, along with rough-tcxtu- sold to you for just $5.0 a yard,
red wrought iron. 50-52) wide.

With the trend to new mat.- SUN COLORS
rials is the trend to new colors,
not new in the *just discovered The colors are right off ail
use of the word, but new uses artist's palette and the combl.
of old colors and new combia- is everything to
tions of colors to make exciting nations available are breath-tak-
patterns and tones. Time was ing. Youre're bound to find so-
when our homes were drab and mething suitable to your home
dull colored, when brightnc-.f as there is everything to choose
and gaiety found their way ir- from, from natural which is.
doors in nature's forms fl0a. actually a blending of beiges
wers and sunlight. Today that woven so there is a self-stripe
no longer need hold true. We all though, to shocking orange,
can have homes that are brigh- to deep vibrant purples and red
ter and gayer than nature ever (which often appear togetheri...
made a flower garden, and .tJI the golden shades are sun colors
have homes in good taste, themselves -.. and the fruit


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SSunday Dee. ISt. 1957


cc-LAITI SUN-


Mrs. Mdrcelle Laporte-Fils-Amne i *.Mais., chelie. Oii l;no\ that the
joined the staff at the Canadian Lord has very keen ears-
Embassy, recently, aft.er; a fond \ x x
farewell to her colleagues of the Prof Michel Gomez will lecture
SCISP wheree she spent tic pa'[ lt the second Tuesday session at
three yeaw- as Secr.. i, ,1 *i the French Institute, December
the Medical Divisimi :ind i I.-r in 3rd. His subject: ,The Three Ages
the Disbursing Oelitc IP'.i; of Mechanism. A documentary
mentl. I lilm, Realisa.ions Francaises".
xx x % ill be shown after the lecture


Engineer Mviaicomini H. Jones 01oI
the 1CA Food and Agriculture Of-
fice stopped over in Haiti, recent-
ly, for an inspection trip of the
Development Assistance Projects


OSOM's Audio-Visual Division
has been re-christened. It is no%%
.Media Communications Divi.io,,.
USOM/HAITI.
X X X
The new Bulletin ', Poin; IV
employees appeared oi 'lihe scene
last week, with seven lagr'. 'i" in-
teresting news of interest not (0:ly,
to the staffers but to thie general
public as well. The Editorial De-
partment is composed of such
orbits as Philippe Sterlin, Miss
AJ,Ia:.n nac lreAlirA. I I -.


7and Porto-Rico on a scholarship
training grant specialising in corn- .
munity development and educa;ive
methods...,,

Mr Ga.ton Woel has been no-
iii m ctl Director of Haiti Tmurisni
U. ,li.Ce in Ne', Yt'rk: hIL' is replic-.
ing Mr Hermann Dtsir Mr. .RgetIr
rfi l tnt thit:" .\Asistant Direr-

Mr. Clharles Vultf "ll e ;hie;110
Drcetu. oIf the ;,i n u B tchk!
xx xII
Dr. turou! PIOOerrelun e. i. .-pt:
ing DDr Frank Bitzl ias DLeian the
Teflicatl School

H.,itian delegate Dr. 1iaxintc
i.uimail itta:tl the opening speech "i ,' -- .
at tihe IV Congress of the D:ntjsts'
As~catlthe IVCon f die 1 Senaor wiVitor Neters Conutaut and his bride, the former Miss Marie-
i C/and HIoiroat leave thlc Chapel of the Caserne Dessulhes rIfler recent:
x x x j e.ldvn Behind tire happp couple, President Duvalier. as Best Mlan.
Aicumpanied by her mother, escorts the Maid-of.Honor Mis.s Lisa Hcnorat


A Miss Marie Thlrese Duquella lelt
Baby Marie-Jeannette Beatrice Ior iami abord PAAPN
,,^ur^L:^ Mimi ^- i PALAIS NATIONAL SCENE
Marshall was christened at the Me- tor MiamiTboard PAA.E
thodist Church, on Sunday, Nov. M H B Of Constant Honorat Nuptials
17th. with Pastor Mc-Connel, offi- Lisa R Basen entt
New York via San Juan
citing. Seliitor and Mrs. Victor Nevers Constant are ,at home)
She is the-five months old I X
uShe s the fiee months o Maurice Fabius flew KLM ;o the iLi tew-r Botirdon residence after ai honeymoon at Kenscoff.
daughter of Liberian Ambassador
and Mrs John Marshall, born in USA. The young couple were married I A sumptuous reception followed
London On June 20th of this year. x x x on Saturday, November 16th, in a the religious ceremony, at the Pa-
She was held at the baptismal Dr William Mellon has gune on double-ring ceremony which took lais National, where wedding
font bv her H-aitian godmother, a trip through the South of UI. S. place in the Chapel of the Caser- guests were assembled in the
Mrs. Raoul Chainm, and one of her A. nes Dessalines, with more than Yellow Room.
godfathers, M Benjamin Fteeman x x x 800 guests attending the fashion-
Ill1 1st Seerelary of the Embassy Mr. Elias Noustas, owner of -La able wedding. Witnesses signing for the couple
re. Belle Creole. is visiting Porto Rico. Dr. Francois Duvalier, Piesident were: Mrs. Felix Lespas, Miss Lu-
here.
In the afternoon, a reception x x x of the Republic, was the -Parrain cia Haspil, Messieurs Gerard The-
markinrg the occasion was given Paul R. Weesner, exsmanager of de Noccs.. and the "Marraine, was ard, Antoine Neff, Pierre Biamby,
bv the tMarshalls. he Riviera Hotel was in port re- Miss Lisa Honoral, sister of the Dato Daumec, Lionel Honorat, La-
by the Marshalls.i i hr gently. bride marinire Honorat Jacues Hono-
..; T ..... I,,t ,h,-.uk r d. enybride. martinikre Honorat. Jacques Hono-


AdeUtIIA auJone, LiMa. 'llUd a ILa- flai 1C dudailllt.-O Uitn &u
tortue, Marcel Desroches, and An- mothers are: Mrs. Eugenia Steven
tine Darius. They represent the son of New York, Mrs. Frank Ro-
five Divisions of USOM/HAITI. berts of Monrovia, Mrs. Blanche
Suggestions for a suitable name Lawrence of Paris and Mrs. Edmo.
forthe new publication arc request- nia King of New York. Her addi-
ed, and may be sent in to Mr. tional godfathers: M. Joseph Ches-
Sterlin, of the Communications son and Mr. Charles Cooper of Li-
Media Division of UJSOM. beria, and Mr. Eddie Meester of
xxx Amsterdam, Holland.
Mr and Mrs Manise Allen enter- x x x
stained at a Thanksgiving Dinner EXPECTED FROM GHANA
Party, at their Bois Monquet villa FROM GHANA are expected two
in Petion-Ville, Thursday evening, visitors, Messrs. F. S. Konn and
DRnq Inv.I.. riL:en k..-ir fp *f..t 9- _v fOin.n Tha tron snpeili:ss


tUo i UVT'i i ^IJLn d Ulll ni L UL tille
host turned out delicious, golden-
brown turkey and stuffing in the
best U.S. style that simply melted
in the mouths of their guLests.
When Mrs. Allen asked hubby
to gay the Blessing and offer a
Thanksgiving Day prayer, he was
startled, but gallantly obliged.
Said Rose: oManise! We could
hardly hear you! His answer:


x X x
PARIS NEWS-LETTER
( PARIS- Les Parisiennes have
adopted the latest creation thrown
at them by the late Christian Dior
-the 'Robe Saco.
xxx
The Pigalle -Chansonniers. are
packaging their blagues in the
sputnik foil.

The British and U.S. embassies
telephlionists are said to be bear-


I rae '. 1dWatn 'l Ie-- in g the brunt of the wave of anti-
in basc edcatin will arrive i n British and anti-American feeling
Pot tai-Prince in January and will, "
over the Tunisian affair. Tlic- have
stay with us for a week. They will !
visit the Lafond Education Center been receiving scores of abusive
andl will acquaint themselves with telephone call
crC6nle litterature to establish the n s x
differentt similarities between this Everybody knows what the
native language and their own Robe Sac, is. It hides the figure
Th will leave Port-au-Prince on and keeps the male guessing.
They will lcave Port-au-Prince on


Ja:n. 21 \a Jamaica for the U S.A


.Liberian Ambassador and Mrs. John Marshall (right) photographed
with Haitian Forcign Minister and Mrs. Vilfort Beauvoir at the recent
.-receptio gir-en by the newly arrived Ambassador at the Cabane
. Chocou.ne.
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The bride was lovely in a gown
of chantilly lace and nylon, featur-
ing an extra-long train, tight bodice
and flowing skirt with tiers of
nylon ruffles, a creation of Mada-
inme Alcide Duviella of La Haute
Couture de Port-au-Prince. She
wore a finger-tip veil of illusion
lace falling, from a smatl cap of
seeded pearls. The bridal bouquet
w'as of orchids.


hara have become a national ob-
session with the French a sym-
bolic substitute for frustration and
hu zi;!:,, rG, c!zcv.thcrc.
Tis said that speculation in Sa-
hara shares hlas become a National
craze and thousands upon thou-
sands of small investors arce gaily
sinking their savings in the Sa-
ihara


rat, Marc Drouineaud, Andre Lau-
rent, Andr6 Louissaint, Senator
Ulrick St. Louis, Deputy Alphonse
Lahens, and Mr. Eric Tippenhauer.
The young bride nee Marie-Clau-
de Honorat is the daughter of
former Attorney General and Ma-
dame Georges Honorat.
The groom won his Senate seat
in the last elections and represents
the Department of the West.


lapse in a fit of sobbing at one
side of te steering wheel well
clear of the horn.
As far as the Paris automobi-
list is concerned they can build
cars without horns- they are
adhering to the law.
xxx
EUROPEAN SOCIAL NOTES
Jean Claude Nadal is doing prac-


x x x x x x tical post-graduate studies in Bu-
The French comedians are using The oil can only come through siness and Industry in Germany.
sputnik to chide the Americans Algeria or Tunisia and worsening When he jrins the family firm of
but the average Fienchman has in the Algerian situation could pro Jn-.eph Nailnl 8: Co. he will be
been doing his hit to hit the Bri- duce a financial panic in Paris. v el! *..%r.;1 with the firm's Ger-
tish and Americans. Sahara w'as recently minde into a 1,n operation.
Lat night at Cafe Fouquet this newv province LLwycr Ti Geoigcs Lmger and
attit'.ide was illustrated when an % x x v'ilc JRujou arc returning to Hail
American at the libar, in a healed One version here is lih:it the nc:.t v.ecl; after two months on the
argument in English was circl- apparr'i race belt een Britain and continent. The prominent lav.,yer
ed a half a dozen times by a French .America to land arms in Tunis and wife '.pent their first vacation
-nmin is,-uing Beep Beeps first is 'hat thie Minitcr( of war in :.'rs vr'-.iting France. Italy,
x x x tinveilc-.l war memorial there the S\.e.7rlantd antd Germany
P'aris, always an expensisc cit'. f.-Illo.'ing I -.
has seen a recent boost in prices < :
',eeause of the numerous strikes. One c;t only coin'ludu that it CO- OPS CAN -
Luckily food has not -boustifailleo the arms hadl not be-en larnde-l Crntinued from page 14)
x x x before th'- veremonv the Tunisian tal!y. the fabric is just plain1
Talk to almost any Frenchman army would have h-id nothing to tugh when it comes to wear,
about the Anglo-American deliver. present ntlms with. it'll lart for years, and Ceiwil
ry of arms to Tunisia and his ins-. x x x and launders beautifully.
tant reaction is: *Of course, it is .Tis a common sight in this 'Here is the decorator touch
the Sahara oil that the British and vast city to see a cab driver in the for vou !lome hand-wonev
Americans are really after.. They rush hour traffic either poised fabric in multitudinous colors
said that over the past year the over his horn gnashing teeth and waiting your selection on the
oil deposits discovered in the Sg- reciting Napoleon's code or col- balcony of La BeUe Creole.


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Sundayv lDe. ISt. 1957


,LHAITI SUN,


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pa
... KLM ROLLS OUT CARPET ,CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE DEDICATES NEW SEMINARYy
KLM ROLLS OUT CA~RPTll|
iContinued from page 11 I "h,, nc., building- of the INS on Tuesday and WVednesday. '"
Conducted tithe Palace by ltou- AT BACOULOU CHOUCOUNE in the famous z Bambocht: TITUT NAZAREEN will be d.'- The Church of the Naz.ren :
iist staffers Gerard Dqbadv and RIVIERA i Room. until the wee, wee dichated at three o'clock this at- has been established in- aiti
Joseph Auguste, the visitors we-r The KLM group were honored hours, ternoon by Dr. Hugh C. Benner since 1948. The first American ;.i
fArmally presented to Presiden' Saturday evening, by The Nationai of Kansas City, Missouri T'r: pastor and his wife, Paul and"'
Duvalier by high KLM fimcinav Office of Touri.m with guess ar AT VILLA CREOLE campus of tha INSTITUF NA. Mary Oriala, came to Hait In
Edward Murphy. driving at the Bacoulou Night Club Last Sunday, for the vstors, ZAREEN, a school established 1950. They were joined later by
After a cordial welcome, otin theI at 8:30 for a superb dinner and was highlighted by a luncheon by the Church of the Nazaren.. the Alstotis presently on furl.
art of the President, the vstor entertainment organized v lr M at Hotel Villa Creole5 followeJ for training pastors and pre..- oughi, the Conders (transferred .:
part of the President, the visitors entertainment organized pb ra _. ,
were impressed by his statement. and Mrs Grar i by a Fashion Show presented chers, is located just off th, to New Guinea'i, the Vanciels, :.
You have seeny h iere a people at The Bael orcnctra o ier by Mrs. Olga Silvera of the A-.i Freres road below Petionvillc and the lRiches. The American.-.
You have seen here youa people anot fa Thl wines and a special orchestra, tin Construction was supervised h, pastors will be largely occupied-
work, I am sure you will not fail wnes and a special something Rev. Charles W. Alstott. in teaching in the INSTITUT
to report it>). in the air made this one of the
to report iDe. ae the air made thins Tone hI Guests had the opportunity L.I The ceremonies near Freres, NAZAREEN which plans, t.j
President Duvalier also referrced.l visitors' gayest evenings. The high' .
admiring chic and elegance in to be attended by U.S. Ambas- open classes January 6, 1958..
to his own academic and adminis staffers of the Tourist Depart the latest creations of designer- sudor Gerald Drew, climax a The Church of the Nazaren, i
trative formation under American ment hovered over their guest niodiste Olga,. and her charming series of dedications by Dr. BEn has 15 churches in Haiti with a
Professors at the University of Mi- urging them to eat, drink and be Imddels. They exhibited .Sput- ner : a groundbreaking ceremo- total of 394 baptised members
chigan, and said that he intended merry, and the music encouraged, cit, Togada, *Jaune d'Oeuf, ny at Cabaret on Saturday af- and 1767 converts under instrjuc.
& to be more of an Administrator, expert meringue dancing of the Bacoulou, Butterfly, and (Fleur ternoon and the dedication of tion, according to last year's
With the collaboration of the Mi- visitors and exhibitions by the de Rocailles., a new chapel at La Serre, near statistics. The denomination has
nister of Tourism, he is going to Haitian -maitres de la dance. Croix-des-Bouquets. He will vist a world-wide membership of
levelop a program of hotel cons- A mystery -manneciuin, rigged churches in the Artibonite area 331,000 in over forty countries.


truction throughout the Republic.
The President further informed
that he would like to make Cap-
Haitien a unity from the touristic
point of view, and that there
would be a modern aerodrome in
the Northern Metropolis, as well
as beaches and all the other com-
modities.
He also told the visitors that it
was his plan to make Tourism the
No. 1 Industry of Haiti so that
at the end of his term this coun-
try would be the Mecca of Tou-
rism in the Caribbean.
Mr. Edward Murphy and his
party were deeply impressed with
the President's statement land as-
stared him that the KLM -would
help in the development of Haiti's
tourism.
-Our visit to Hait is an exatra.
ordinary experience, with our ex-
cursion to the Citadelle., Mr. Mur
phy said, speaking for himself and
his KLM guests, as they tooh
leave of the Chief of State.
AT EL RANCHO '
The visitors Saturday Night in
Haiti began with a party at Hotel
El Rancho which lasted from 6 to
8 o'clock, with buffet'tables pla-
,ced under the "Ranchonnette, in
the El Rancho gardens. Owner,
Albert Silvera, Tom Delle and the
hostess, Yolanda. added to the
charm of the reception which was


Among those present at the
dinner-dance at Bacoulou were
Mr. Jean Magloire, Secretary of
State for Tourism, Mr. Lucien


up in a red wig, high heels, and
flouncing finery, stopped the
show by plunging into the swim
ming pool. Gerard Wiener, co-


Daumec, Private Secretary to proprietor of Bacoulou is sLis
the President, Aubelin Jolicoeur, pieced in this case.
Journalist and Press Attache.
Hermann Desir, Director of Hai Delighted with the hospitality
ti Government Tourist Bureau of Haiti and the admirable ini.
in New-York. Ion Gileadi, Dr. tiative of KLM, the Tour agents
Rin,dal Assad, owner of Hotel left Monday for Miami where
Villa Creole, Pierre Chauvet, Di- they intend to tell it to the Ame
rector of Agence Citadelle, Mr. rican clientele.
and Mrs. Robert Theard, Mr. -
and Mrs. Kurt Fisher, Mr. Jo-
seph Auguste, Andre Supplice,
Gerard Dabady, Mrs. Denis, 'F A U DE'
Misses Jacqueline Dartiguenave. COLOGN
and Caridad Apollon, Mr. Robin- LO N
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des Grands Ducs,, walking down
the block on the Petion-Vilic-
square to Cabane Choucoune foi
two hours of dancing during
which they saw a splehdid iot-
kloric show and the artists of
the National Folkloric Troup.
The party was welcomed by
Choucoune Manager George
Kenn and his wife and given the
Famous Choucoune

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nie Lauture passed away on
Wednesday at the Pacot' home


of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Vital. A
Funeral service was held at the
Jacmel Cathedrale. The late
Mrs. Boucard is the mother of
Mrs. Marie Therese Danies,
Messrs. Edgard, Roger, Guy and
Armand Boucard.


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Saturday: Admission $1.00


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virus check
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virus check
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virus check
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virus check
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virus check
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virus check
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virus check
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virus check
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virus check
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virus check
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virus check
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virus check
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virus check
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describe
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'2014-05-01T00:22:30-04:00'
virus check
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
Invalid character
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
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describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
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virus check
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describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-01T00:21:41-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
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virus check
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describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-01T00:21:40-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8243' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile151' 'sip-files00007.txt'
434da1ccf671ac0ab352867f0a72aced
b2a6080fc2dd0f2d1a182e824d74309c75e60ef8
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-01T00:22:34-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'3323' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile152' 'sip-files00008.txt'
6ba082cc6a763d364914dcc82311fafc
72371adfe5318fc904b5d6cfb969eedc4904ba95
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'2003' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile153' 'sip-files00009.txt'
e59688a57dbf396fbfb39f6c95c8c757
fe0bcc9586c11730be05d443e85703fd58f1922f
describe
virus check
'5827' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile154' 'sip-files00010.txt'
0a7e4b0b42241ff72330fa5ba4c7e7b3
9840485663b6b5c477d76ebb3259cc4c4c3609ca
'2014-05-01T00:25:31-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2014-05-01T00:22:44-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7542' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile155' 'sip-files00011.txt'
fa32d9f0c5888cf5eca556d17e6c97d0
b45c745c5d944326d69d191971d848d0a6d94051
'2014-05-01T00:23:44-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8307' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile156' 'sip-files00012.txt'
19c613ef9402377c5e121bb9ad8e187b
35cb793e94858b1cdfba1d7cab4e6f6b6c602469
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'5899' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile157' 'sip-files00013.txt'
5cc0a187d557e1353145b9606622a63c
52f4a3913b8e2557f1b6af8af6a23366b795e782
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8329' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile158' 'sip-files00014.txt'
683917be36a82d53f912bc6bf1a16f77
ff94481824335f039365868a2eca976fcff5bedf
'2014-05-01T00:24:45-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:21:43-04:00'
virus check
'11780' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile159' 'sip-files00015.txt'
2538b80502cdb34238b5bdddedfd29be
2f966a523ec02c4aaa7e74b16e853081b7c9f6a1
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile16'
cc19e541858281ef0f6aca6c32ef91d1
0869ca9cacd6e15995dd2051a2de64f983add791
'2014-05-01T00:24:22-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:20:57-04:00'
virus check
'9409' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile160' 'sip-files00016.txt'
4377224de5beb31f9c308908cc980cfa
e2b3c9992788b404d8e237b9a0cc9b1a9b5a137a
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'30353' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile161' 'sip-filesAA00015023_00423.mets'
91017ccd2b9012546e40d8fa0f4eecc0
11a48a9456616b34e7a1d01217e062382bdd60fe
describe
virus check
'2014-06-18T14:13:33-04:00'
xml resolution
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile17' 'sip-files00005.tif'
06ce0acd2b9085fcae51b78b2d663ac1
a48e296cc35f86e2b978194d58ddd01e63adac1e
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile18'
06ce0acd2b9085fcae51b78b2d663ac1
a48e296cc35f86e2b978194d58ddd01e63adac1e
'2014-05-01T00:25:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile19'
06ce0acd2b9085fcae51b78b2d663ac1
a48e296cc35f86e2b978194d58ddd01e63adac1e
'2014-05-01T00:23:34-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:19:29-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile2'
1b02410a42d8ea414c9f31e8728c0073
4626feedc97087304bf9cc905cd0d34a4b718394
'2014-05-01T00:24:08-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:20:32-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile20'
06ce0acd2b9085fcae51b78b2d663ac1
a48e296cc35f86e2b978194d58ddd01e63adac1e
describe
'2014-05-01T00:19:39-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile21' 'sip-files00006.tif'
d414444b9442834cf5743e0c2cc5c25b
90323aa08a42e3fc0573611bf8f14b7bb71aaf4a
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile22'
d414444b9442834cf5743e0c2cc5c25b
90323aa08a42e3fc0573611bf8f14b7bb71aaf4a
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile23'
d414444b9442834cf5743e0c2cc5c25b
90323aa08a42e3fc0573611bf8f14b7bb71aaf4a
'2014-05-01T00:24:41-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:21:37-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile24'
d414444b9442834cf5743e0c2cc5c25b
90323aa08a42e3fc0573611bf8f14b7bb71aaf4a
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile25' 'sip-files00007.tif'
1ec3787a229ef1bbc672a5fb8c18503d
1aa9b616f7f52d544295701dff3879f04b5915d1
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile26'
1ec3787a229ef1bbc672a5fb8c18503d
1aa9b616f7f52d544295701dff3879f04b5915d1
'2014-05-01T00:24:46-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:21:47-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile27'
1ec3787a229ef1bbc672a5fb8c18503d
1aa9b616f7f52d544295701dff3879f04b5915d1
'2014-05-01T00:24:48-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:21:50-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile28'
1ec3787a229ef1bbc672a5fb8c18503d
1aa9b616f7f52d544295701dff3879f04b5915d1
describe
'2014-05-01T00:19:50-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile29' 'sip-files00008.tif'
87e362a5c13574d5b219a9b9e4bf1edf
164c24166b632aeb78847d8921e805946ed3c68b
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile3'
1b02410a42d8ea414c9f31e8728c0073
4626feedc97087304bf9cc905cd0d34a4b718394
'2014-05-01T00:24:01-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:20:21-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile30'
87e362a5c13574d5b219a9b9e4bf1edf
164c24166b632aeb78847d8921e805946ed3c68b
describe
'2014-05-01T00:20:41-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile31'
87e362a5c13574d5b219a9b9e4bf1edf
164c24166b632aeb78847d8921e805946ed3c68b
'2014-05-01T00:25:07-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:22:02-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile32'
87e362a5c13574d5b219a9b9e4bf1edf
164c24166b632aeb78847d8921e805946ed3c68b
'2014-05-01T00:24:38-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:21:29-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile33' 'sip-files00009.tif'
397bea1f9e019ad4dc0dffdce9d9f1f9
381ae8f748bb5313ce51bc3eab0bf9a206ce2427
'2014-05-01T00:24:17-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:20:49-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile34'
397bea1f9e019ad4dc0dffdce9d9f1f9
381ae8f748bb5313ce51bc3eab0bf9a206ce2427
'2014-05-01T00:25:40-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:22:59-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile35'
397bea1f9e019ad4dc0dffdce9d9f1f9
381ae8f748bb5313ce51bc3eab0bf9a206ce2427
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile36'
397bea1f9e019ad4dc0dffdce9d9f1f9
381ae8f748bb5313ce51bc3eab0bf9a206ce2427
'2014-05-01T00:24:10-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:20:37-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile37' 'sip-files00010.tif'
df7b91b8809996e5e3e81b2fe386463c
c698e9a60c0c281180b934c6319d06cd6159ef65
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile38'
df7b91b8809996e5e3e81b2fe386463c
c698e9a60c0c281180b934c6319d06cd6159ef65
'2014-05-01T00:24:20-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:20:54-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile39'
df7b91b8809996e5e3e81b2fe386463c
c698e9a60c0c281180b934c6319d06cd6159ef65
'2014-05-01T00:23:50-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:20:03-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile4'
1b02410a42d8ea414c9f31e8728c0073
4626feedc97087304bf9cc905cd0d34a4b718394
'2014-05-01T00:25:03-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:21:56-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile40'
df7b91b8809996e5e3e81b2fe386463c
c698e9a60c0c281180b934c6319d06cd6159ef65
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile41' 'sip-files00011.tif'
f7a3204cd9c87e1f4a3e927843ed35c1
521274f57664e681f049eb497410724458979459
'2014-05-01T00:24:25-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:21:04-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile42'
f7a3204cd9c87e1f4a3e927843ed35c1
521274f57664e681f049eb497410724458979459
'2014-05-01T00:24:23-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:21:01-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile43'
f7a3204cd9c87e1f4a3e927843ed35c1
521274f57664e681f049eb497410724458979459
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile44'
f7a3204cd9c87e1f4a3e927843ed35c1
521274f57664e681f049eb497410724458979459
'2014-05-01T00:24:34-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:21:23-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile45' 'sip-files00012.tif'
d343c19b75ad835f190b4f4a079838d3
8b9c518fb0e4ff9daca5fe479d95b7533d7c9669
'2014-05-01T00:25:27-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:22:37-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile46'
d343c19b75ad835f190b4f4a079838d3
8b9c518fb0e4ff9daca5fe479d95b7533d7c9669
'2014-05-01T00:24:28-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:21:10-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile47'
d343c19b75ad835f190b4f4a079838d3
8b9c518fb0e4ff9daca5fe479d95b7533d7c9669
describe
'2014-05-01T00:22:46-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile48'
d343c19b75ad835f190b4f4a079838d3
8b9c518fb0e4ff9daca5fe479d95b7533d7c9669
'2014-05-01T00:25:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile49' 'sip-files00013.tif'
23d96b56a8a0f0fcd80cfca9522c2d10
686faef69d733eabb3877fa1bf47023219c06ead
'2014-05-01T00:25:19-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:22:24-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile5' 'sip-files00002.tif'
c27edf493b2824d4f10239ea15a0411f
cd26cf985d995692068d86928c00745db2911403
'2014-05-01T00:25:13-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:22:13-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile50'
23d96b56a8a0f0fcd80cfca9522c2d10
686faef69d733eabb3877fa1bf47023219c06ead
'2014-05-01T00:24:02-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:20:23-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile51'
23d96b56a8a0f0fcd80cfca9522c2d10
686faef69d733eabb3877fa1bf47023219c06ead
'2014-05-01T00:23:57-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:20:12-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile52'
23d96b56a8a0f0fcd80cfca9522c2d10
686faef69d733eabb3877fa1bf47023219c06ead
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile53' 'sip-files00014.tif'
c4b18028f87b4dc0bacf28e024065954
9af3996de8460c303ebb766710f2842d9db8c06d
'2014-05-01T00:25:01-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:21:53-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile54'
c4b18028f87b4dc0bacf28e024065954
9af3996de8460c303ebb766710f2842d9db8c06d
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile55'
c4b18028f87b4dc0bacf28e024065954
9af3996de8460c303ebb766710f2842d9db8c06d
'2014-05-01T00:23:45-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:19:54-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile56'
c4b18028f87b4dc0bacf28e024065954
9af3996de8460c303ebb766710f2842d9db8c06d
'2014-05-01T00:25:05-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:21:59-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile57' 'sip-files00015.tif'
4a677f2583f4810732b3fd86e13f79c1
b509408c6943d885a298e114639e9906bb415ca7
'2014-05-01T00:23:55-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:20:08-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile58'
4a677f2583f4810732b3fd86e13f79c1
b509408c6943d885a298e114639e9906bb415ca7
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile59'
4a677f2583f4810732b3fd86e13f79c1
b509408c6943d885a298e114639e9906bb415ca7
'2014-05-01T00:25:16-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:22:19-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile6'
c27edf493b2824d4f10239ea15a0411f
cd26cf985d995692068d86928c00745db2911403
describe
'2014-05-01T00:22:29-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile60'
4a677f2583f4810732b3fd86e13f79c1
b509408c6943d885a298e114639e9906bb415ca7
describe
virus check
'49783244' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile61' 'sip-files00016.tif'
cd07af75a3641c702a0fad50286428af
dc505166a297c562f134d6c4ea8d4cd9a45e0050
'2014-05-01T00:25:14-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:22:16-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile62'
cd07af75a3641c702a0fad50286428af
dc505166a297c562f134d6c4ea8d4cd9a45e0050
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile63'
cd07af75a3641c702a0fad50286428af
dc505166a297c562f134d6c4ea8d4cd9a45e0050
'2014-05-01T00:25:36-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:22:52-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile64'
cd07af75a3641c702a0fad50286428af
dc505166a297c562f134d6c4ea8d4cd9a45e0050
'2014-05-01T00:25:42-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:23:02-04:00'
virus check
'2073467' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile65' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
1a3bb6310f7eb955de72795ad5c0f6f5
c718c66a38566323c0b32a97ba97a4403eb5e2a2
describe
virus check
'2073462' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile66' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
cbdd88d59f03466aed2dc285215b0329
038cbced0d48e662c8d577bb723187e81172d8ea
describe
'2014-05-01T00:20:16-04:00'
virus check
'2073449' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile67' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
05df1df7c472f71ced25e582f7dbc00f
e3e3f654ece9662a3ee9a5527ff95fdee14c3da9
'2014-05-01T00:25:23-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:22:31-04:00'
virus check
'2073464' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile68' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
a2ad5ef2fac95a5d12a34d6210e74f6f
12156b39c709344b280110c2b4d18d71732dd7b1
describe
virus check
'2073471' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile69' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
d041a8c9cb99243fd8c4554f324e1c07
3a81810ec3db065e425ec9a854068ac18b4f8055
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile7'
c27edf493b2824d4f10239ea15a0411f
cd26cf985d995692068d86928c00745db2911403
'2014-05-01T00:25:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2073421' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile70' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
129bee598be7fbdd72de8110873c2c2e
827b7a3de427d6803145f6007f67949d88139f9a
'2014-05-01T00:23:31-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:19:24-04:00'
virus check
'2073469' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile71' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
8d492879630ef49aa803f51c81f02e77
bddc41214edc4da2580f4ed6d7325926d67f6e7f
describe
virus check
'2073470' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile72' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
fde885379a65f88ea6eda90542de9711
161ee13a9e8e935d98c91d1560f8466dc1b97521
describe
virus check
'2073331' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile73' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
3d87a5ff484240465ea22cac8f0c809c
f77efbeca96cdacad870bff7f6ecadef979a0ee3
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile74' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
14dad215397032a97e41f69989be6d1d
9c3336b4f03db5009739ded3972ca8939d2cf170
describe
virus check
'2073438' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile75' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
a098fb9887303ab0699018367facb4aa
414731df9cd7270c4cdaf2b3e5440e45c569a025
describe
virus check
'2073429' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile76' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
855181541caf98fe08fbd66fedddd4ed
b5e08f4acef81478074353a449dd89ab3c382a45
describe
'2014-05-01T00:19:36-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile77' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
c58fe88620564ccd4c3839f593afb91c
f700b6b71643b47fedf3f60206c130dbb3ca0977
describe
'2014-05-01T00:22:49-04:00'
virus check
'2073466' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile78' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
a94068a5d1b99b1fac1f42dab72a11e9
e03ee4118fefb9f4e2dddf3e6b82208c088242cc
describe
virus check
'2073440' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile79' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
828cd45f2fa15f8f4da6f4a8d28eff1a
69e6349e39e75ed6951dabf2fc6fb8ea1f4b91c1
'2014-05-01T00:24:19-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:20:51-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile8'
c27edf493b2824d4f10239ea15a0411f
cd26cf985d995692068d86928c00745db2911403
'2014-05-01T00:25:48-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:23:13-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile80' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
078fcd36cf8a47824e5cae0bd937eacf
aee70a15d5d07d1db02f631475206a1dc9f60bd3
'2014-05-01T00:24:14-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:20:43-04:00'
virus check
'694336' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile81' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
27ac7a7e7d96a1159d09739db9616bad
24ae21cb3fec4a90a1d056668cfb891895469e24
describe
virus check
'68960' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile82' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
bb6cdc02886c9a5395deb9b3be532b95
85e68e53612ffedd97b71c9ff0596c2676ecd6be
describe
virus check
'711787' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile83' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
49e4a2aab867e99adfabbca3351f5685
678025fa2308627020b5b1cd2476ab8d899b14c1
describe
virus check
'66927' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile84' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
e001dda6e76428c7fa50bc9dc59798ff
14f79235b0778cbb3766b6a33cb41e86470fb4c8
describe
virus check
'685454' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile85' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
1c4707ee3599ddf434b22b582cc11c14
79b9bf8d04d0ee441204afb2bdabf8a4699a2ab8
describe
virus check
'70565' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile86' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
e3073fcbff0e92dc620d16d07ca91fe2
615b6bbe5d29b972e1228149fd1d8fe1e5e32c72
describe
virus check
'673996' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile87' 'sip-files00004.jpg'
1cd00d27ee8045ea746d9fcfe3579cff
c0f4b85631b7dd6e4036e0bdeed8fb9300f7bf87
describe
'2014-05-01T00:22:21-04:00'
virus check
'67692' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile88' 'sip-files00004.QC.jpg'
d2b0a7eef9c5d9caf74445d712048f81
13fa02552db5b11743fe31d9f2ad298ccda5697e
describe
virus check
'712795' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile89' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
96d853f7efc10d3ac772dd5791acea46
3c251d8872d88c51495b08badd00e860a1c24dde
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile9'
badf880d9e692a99fa36628056ea7e95
805d7e2a91826ec53e487e245bfd47a16b9139b2
describe
virus check
'75141' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile90' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
7aa962b24dfc0ef85d8ff90251754a48
96cba831e051a55834c4f552845a8315df8bd180
describe
virus check
'652189' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile91' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
88cf55fda5a3c873086fe17cb9d3430c
b48a1961f0e005796356da962f7e94397e0f747c
describe
virus check
'69086' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile92' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
b4fd019b9475f1379af4394242d24af0
b225ea78c81677efd7b288bd0cc94fc65233db9e
describe
virus check
'706369' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile93' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
f652f5e05fa35c7d5ccbf892e8a2be47
56992a703a77699ad6ba38c8ad47ff449d630e63
describe
virus check
'73905' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile94' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
1c4964f0056633d1b6e4e40e8566a821
3942294ec156e5cab1bfadaf5da235c8e2c79377
describe
virus check
'639915' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile95' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
b5c2499faeadf992011e0a888c18cccb
b354ebb0476c2d86fa4770314ffb959d16de5f34
describe
virus check
'65937' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile96' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
14f86ca7e4eb3db03dec677b892d96f1
8b7781f9358dccca93ecab347d2d93bbab812cc4
describe
virus check
'469396' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile97' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
75998b6bf2062bf121fd30bfdf3301b1
876bc8cf8c728a08ea9acce2504083c85b5a01a9
describe
virus check
'43767' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile98' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
6ea7d8cbb3f926986d460d99d59247cd
a747cd3bcd2c94898db337cda7146fe0e549288b
describe
virus check
'717256' 'info:fdaEHVN0UAUZ_TM29HLfile99' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
c8560e5a502f2635c68d3e12f8515816
f6e752f1998673b0759e9eb9851f7f3f92f23c9d
'2014-05-01T00:24:16-04:00'
describe
'2014-05-01T00:20:47-04:00'
virus check


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