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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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00087


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Sha.ye experienced the Haiti-
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,eeded through thq v~rLQUs~,utyp
of dance peculiar to .Pip Amet-
icai, including the Bolero,, Danse
Mexicafre, Tango and Samba Ca;
'rioca, and ended- back on the
Xaitian Suite Vodou.
The Haitian numbers, especial- .
ly the central Scene de Chasse, .
were .noqre completely perform- '
ed than some of' the othe i-dan-
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T a-Titi This 'Week Postponed
S -**iBeauty, source of, the greatest, delight, has stoned te limit ofpament .i
4!ii~"ts vt y on na-e s o *' *mm-". ..d. of chaufeurs ,license at the re-
Sits favorite symbol in Venus, a Gode quest -of the taxi drivers.
above all a Woman. Five' o them landed here A daily paper of our Capital
last Sunday from the Delta Flight coming from, asked the same Service to re-
Europe: vivacious blonde Yvette Minec-Miss Fort the date of installation of
Paris, sweet platinum blonde, "fraulein" Re- new license plates from January
.nate Hutte-Miss Berlin, sweeter than sweet at 'to Frebruary, 'because of
She currentt expenditures of the
,Mlria Gudmundsdottir, a tall brunette-Mis en'. i. ar,'" added our col-
Island and "Gentille" MarleChristine Tempez- league, .
;p.. Elegance and lovely Sonja Helene Menzel-Miss Denmark. n ci ion
,. ,..fligh Distincpion
le.are enchanting and areu holding-.beholders in raptures. Ac- Louis.-Mars, now Ambabssdor of
pahied.. by Mr Gilbert Patrick, Member ol the Fiench Coin-, Haiti to 'Washington, 'for' this
e-e .of Elegance- and Miss Paulette.Pradeyrbl, a ,former, Model, glorious distinction:
'n'Director .for th? "Comite Francais d49. l'Elegance", they This. is the ,translation of. a
i:"igeeted at the airport by Mr Roger Zeiler, Prsidenf of letter addressed, tO .the President
of ,the Republic by Dr.,Louis
te.Francais de 1'Elegance of Paris arid a delegation of the M ,
0almg Committee of ,. the Panamerican Festival of Beauty. Port an Prince. Nov. 27th, 1961
participation makes the festival a .real success. Their "soi- My Dear President .
1sd'elegance, franchise" at the Hotel Ibo-Lele1 Wednesday at I tPke' pleasure in lihforming
aeh.Thursday and Monthna Friday shall remain the high- o, that.the Academy of Med-
,: '.."icoe eol Paris .awarded to me,
of:the'festival. That;was the triumph of gra.,' charn, eleg- No' F .arth tile eof
atd beauty of the European woman and of the Frenc Cou- I eae t'ade tie Natio-
a hey. akre. housed at. the Hotel Ibo-?ie.- ece'" and assigned a i-
iuiante" Yvette Minec'and "ravissante" Renate Hutte ate t her.y nh axex'." for' .iy pro-
., .' don ,." Cris 'doe Posses- .-
'"-. ., am as ed with this bibh
SYork' Realt James MIfaGuire gret"e'de' at. tie '" .
^ptSubnda:Mr John Duree:a Salafl.Mahager'for BYRNE BRO- Accept, :: My Dear. iresidert,
EJr.INC, 'a;Ceiet'DI itie r'hfibp in 'White Plains, New York the assurance' of ,my profound
prb Brunette. wife iJoyce (Jo ): a 'odel,-oce.,p!photbL .deeuce an d my ,entire devo-
,St.tar. Jibi. MacGuire and. t. Duue A s'r#'t SI a-wi"d "on.'
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Co .9od fri'nds..Al. thlk' .-. Ambassador of Hail.
--.ote QOlof.fsn. .,,His Excellecquy. .
.ed .Nd MViCrl .c .e.an; VicPefthe pr. Francols. Duvalier. .
,Bechoe Ctom .bus President ot -the Republic
Pleaue trip, Mr. Adthad ia M' o i6d i '. ar atonal .P Hai
klnAine. -They. are staying: at ,.lal'eo" r' s .- P e 1E ..
their stay. .r .ef ,y .of- i
S- .- Real Estate Agency
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Paul' Aberl, a ;metal d.alue-.k.0T .SarEa. C
bere Monday- with his- stunning red Raymonde 15 Bourdon
gim. TheAbds-who stpJ at he' Ca e:are Phone 2620
itd itthr, visit, here. 'The .ade. their' uti'- conn-' Cable Address: A ICO
Sth', krIMagloire 'Coustant. Paul and t o6 de 'i ade .
jt f ""or a return tri Renting of -ouses,, Apart-., -
o '" ments, Bungalows, Camping
,.iL 'arl B. 'Jckima from Hamiltop, OhWo, came / Hoes for shot or long
a rd any years. They are Travel Ak.itt-and senq period. ,.
T.his time. came for a r ave'ry its
cortges and ty era ,Buying, 'pnd selling ,O .co
la&Al.habid, Director.f tS'French Gdvermeit: Tour mercy ial buseses sudh as:
fie he united States : da nd Mr Maxime Vitu ars, estaurats, o' et.
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IN HAITI THIS WEEK
**Miss Jean Robertson is the new girl employee of the British
bassy in Port au Prinee. Foreign Service is nothing new for
iss Robertson who has been .around the world in her job. And
e 'already feels at home in Port au Prince.
***Mr Ernest Sohn, President of the Ernest Sohn Creations in
ew York and Dallas was back here again last weekend with his
arming wife Grete. They were greeted by youthful industrialist
,erald Manuel, President of the GEMACO. Mr Sohn buys handi-
items here.
***Mr Mathew Hess Shulman, a famous Plastics Tycoon from
New .York will be back here again with his beautiful family in-
cluding wife Pearl and daughters Willa 17 and Teresa '13 and a
oup of friends:' Mrs Mildred Menheimer, a professor of trigono-
etry at the School of Music and Art in New York, a previous
sitor; Mr Jerome Wean, Head of Production for Stix Products,
international Manufacturers of plastics for the world market and
ife from New Jersey; Mrs Kobe, President of the Kobe Comp-
y of New York, fabricators of knit fabrIcs and daughter Patri-
sia, a former student at Sorbonne in Paris now studying at 'the
ealhoum School in New York: preparing herself for the study of
nuclear physics.
Matt who makes Ohree trip a year in his favorite Island an.
bouncing his. return wrote this: "We have been many thousands
pt miles and in many countries since Easter-but our hearts have
remained in Haiti, and we are returning to reclaim' them and see
Kur :dear friends again." ,
The Shulmans are arriving on December 14 for a 3 week sojourn
at the El Rancho and their friends will arrive on the 22nd for ten
'iays.' ,
. Lovely Willa attended the summer courses at La Sorbonne this
year and is back now at the.,School of Music and Arts in New
York. Her studies, of the Humanities and.. the. French language
ill be continued in her favorite French-lang.age Country, during
-s three'week vacation. ",
'St et Teresa is studying in the O'Shea School. in New York.
Ehe O- int-de: her acquaintances., in Haiti with the French lang-
lag ,'rstw.w very intereat d t.-, .. .* ,..
S vr'their visit here the ShulmLins will fly home for a short
p before .going to, Australia and "will 'be back here again fbr

'.. hil Rosenberg, "a' book publisher from New York and his
ty wife Stella. spent three days at the Ibo-Lele... Pretty blonde
1 (Roz) Estelle Trosley and Randa Louise Roess, secretaries
,roi.-Swarthmore, Pa. stated that Haiti. is their favorite Island
n the -whole Caribbean. They spent about a week- at Ibo-Lele.
Roz held audiences in raptures in dancing the Haitian meringue
here... Misses Marilyn Malkin and Esther Rich, two lovely sec-
retaries from Toronto, Canada are entranced 'by the beauty and
charms of the Country, they are staying five days longer than
they originally planned.:. Lillian Landau, from Philadelphia and
Betty Cantor, a buyer of accessories in New York, both keen
exponents of the Haitian meringue and current guests- at the El
Rancho, wish they did not have to go back to the U.S. They never
had' it so good... Beautiful Ilse Madsen Sotomayor, wife of a
Chiean diplomat flew down here last. weekend with daughter
Marfa 13, sons Juan Carlos 10 and Ramon 4. She is on her first
trip here in seven years, she is spending the holly days with her
parents, Mr and Mrs Karl Madseh and other relatives...

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...Leonard Perlman a Sales-
man from New York and pretty
wife Ronnie, married on Dec-
ember 2 are honeymoqning here.
"Lawyer Robert B. Block is
visiting with well known wife
Janice Nevins, partner of Fifi
Oscard in her FIFI OSCARD
AGENCY, a theatrical agency
in New York which casts .art-
ists for theater, TV and motion
pictures. After the season, Fil
Oscard Agency sends the artists
in road shows through the Coun-
try. Bob and Janice are making
their outings in company with
Edward. Enrenkrantz, a CPA in
Newark, New Jersey and wiie
Bernice. They are guests at the
El Rancho.

"**Alfred of New York famous
as a Man Fashion Expert is on
a two week visit herA with wife
Sylvia. Alfred Shapiro and wife
,are guests at the El Rancho...
Mr Robert Baussan, of the Hot-
el Ibo-Lele' greeted here 'this
weel Mr Frank T. Buchner, Pu-
blic Relations for the "J. M.
Mathes Inc". and his wife Doro-
"thy. Mr Buchner is a stockhold-
er of the Hotel Ibo-Lele... Wil-
liam 'Nathaniel Birnbaum, an
Engineer from Bethpage and.
wife Estelle are current guests
'here... Tsomoto Kobayashi, a
Japanese Tewsman from the
Press Asahi in Tokyo is visiting
here, be is guest at the El Ran-
cho.
*?'fDr Jere B. Falson, a well'
known Obstetrician in New York
and wife Josephine, a song writ-
er made famous by such hits
as "CHICKERY CHICK"', TOO

White Christmas...
(Continued from page 1)
prizes are: a Television Set, a
Philips Radio, a Radio Pye, An
Adlerette Sewing machine, and
a Graflex Stereo Camera with
flash equipment.
There are also many attract-
ive Gifts to be ,won at the "Ba-
zar de la Chance", a prize table,
Prizes include Watches, Hand-
bags and even a weekend at -Cap
Haitien at the Hotel Roi Chris-
tophe, Dinner at the Picardie,
Barbecue at the ISans Souci and
many other things.' *
Ladies will be beautiful in
white gowns and the men will
wear black tie or' dark suits.
Tickets are on sal enow at the
Hotel Sans Souci and Caravelle-
Book store, they are $5.00 per
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7:30 PM to midni
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VEONESvpA!: esmplnimentat y get-togeller uneovl ,i
Par) 4from 7P m to 8pm .
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r t .H The Nafad-Ers Comment The

L::.Tfiirty-four happy members of Addle Mae Moore, Messrs,-
.,i'e National Association of Fa- ton Burnett, Herbert B. E
a.Shion and Accessory Designers' Rolbert Jones, Mrs Lenzie
'aitian Tour group returned to and granddaughter Baby Pe
New York last Saturday morn-
ihg. after a memorable 7-day Others from the New
ra.y ,in the colorful Republic. Metropolitan Area included
Two of the- tourists -remained to dames Armaza Bennett an(
,ebjoy a few extra days of Haiti! ma Hogan of East Orange
an hospitality. Newark, N. J. respectively;
r' -' :',h.. .i'-,.j Elnora "Bess, Millicant and
| Included in 'the.grup's tiner. ton Carroll, Mrs Otelia E
while in' fafia dtitdrm nmd daughter Bunny, "Miss
lWelcome from His ,Excellency Haven NAFAD of 1961",
he President of Ha.l&theD An- Clesde Rodgers and Miss I
-," l.,e, Pr Francois Duvalier, a es Tinney, all .of New H,
i'.''to the fashion salons of Stenley Relph of Water
.'"'Celestin, Sassine. Qlga Conn..
d;f.Helen; a bebaury -.contest Also, Mrs L,ucenda D
ch. NAFAD-ers attended as
qs.uests of Mr.'Victor(Nevers .
W'Mtkt,- Secretat-y of State' for
-# sa and the PeopJeqs. 'epu- ..., .
tthe Legislature. r.

i4.and bon vivant and news- 4 D ran
':' Jolicoeur was responsible
ltg uests visiting Mr. Robert -
ft san s., .exotic. IboLele and N
t'h e r i n e Dunham's, dance .
fe1I-1a-id .nmple' being 'recoh FHE
'd "ion 'e site of th "early
t',Cqntur," h(me df Paultine 4
9B. ,parte sister df Napoleon.r
:ieaj designers were :eatrired AGENTES '-
l!daner-fashiori show\ plan-
T uAhe..ToUr Agenlcy Repre- UNICOS
ve'- Mr .Chauvet and Cale ,The only sweet LI
ati..otel. tnaD'agement. wheo the basis ot the fines
Sup was .housed nispensable -for fe

M.New Yorkers making the tour EXCLUS
C tiuded NAFAD Presidefit Lois
r r Alexander and Mesdaihes Al- 'L.. PREETZMAN
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Misp Martha Jackson and Miss
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Mesdames Bridget Booker, Lau- ANNOUNCES
renq Smith from Columbus, BAR Geisha & SALON Guinee
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Mes- Ruth Margaret
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Smith, Blainahe
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of St. Louis;
Fields and Rose
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'New Mesdames Omega Savoy and
Mrs Amy \Williams, of' Campbell and
Delor- Youngstown, Ohio; Mrs Mary
aven; Johnson and Miss LaTrelle Pow-
bury, ers of Detroit, Mich.; and Mrs
Margaret Martin of Boston, Mas-
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I;THB& HARTIAN aNMGUSH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Comm unity Weehs Publined hnday aMrnin r" '
EdItor-PublIsher BERNARD DIEDBICH .. ..
o:a..*e.rapt.seBpouable. I MAUCuLAlsMG
I I Decemeber 4th, 1961.
EST E I_ "- ," ." the Editor ,
PAN AM OFFERING"' RECORD WINTER LE JOUR ,-
S AIRLIFT TO MIAMI Portau Pice, Haiti .
S' record; winter, season aRilift twice weeldy 'in each direction, Detr iSir: ,
d gned to meet all ,6f 'HaiB's they will provide an additional I ani, really too occupied with
; tourist 'needs'. this&ts-tb spire 336' seats 'each week between 'ou,' Zooiogical gardens, our Hif-
is being *scheduled this year*:be- Port aun'Jrince and Miami. A torine H bitation, and whatever
.tween -the United'States and the low,- economy: -fare. of' only $109 clinical aid I 'am able to distii-,,
populIr 'fcri eai r .sort ripub- rotund 'trirp'll be offered. bute ,fnom 'ime to time to ..the
li by 'Pa AI riieid A *i'ays ..: he s .. flights, will.' mean; the eedy', in the, neighborhood of
.At lthe 'same e.m an. a"ex:tei.- te iunibdr, of ,e"tra eats at Ldlerc' to answer the ridiculous-
v : ae prmoti rkvdlrbto 'spur th. di- o.al oi tourists: and bus- declarations 'of terribles r-epoti'k
.- winter vaceati "p: ," o 1- i'ti inessqien -jet. ying' between Port 'ls' ..escaped from our care, i
is being lauinbtbd bydit; ne& au Prince adi, New ,York with' wish pnly to point: out that, the.
: ica,.o coord a te wi; th t ie x. 'a : s.hoi. pisto"hnengl '.: hop.. via accusation are mdre' 'a coni-',
tra airlift ben gip 'd 'SaWto. Dopngo., entry. on your eu toms offici-
The-. expmnde '..i'ght icliedules ,.-l' wo".- ..'PbJ"na'i "ican.,wiPdo a i ov. iur'd'
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rist attractions o-the 'ouuitry.' to requestt that pyou paper;.
ar trqnxmllarqipig the hcreas- a'. 'tradtion i s haruis leail
ing popularly' of habitation Le- earliest .dible..dtlte,.isp
cler; which mut have been th since th e ient.of t
inebi oa4onthose%$ieadidwsuei Snas'.ek& Leciprc is obo
malicious Te tuis ns of interest 't whh
Department could \vell be re- certain illustrious viAsitdsrs'i
tarde8 in ts -'fforts. place our 'shores, .and espqcial44'
Haiti. on a levell with. countries there is no rd ot tp u
enjoying Jfar.. more benefits'fit om :is printed. ..
tourist trsde than We. this in- Y .. ou. s ice .y "i..
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i wea moagyiifn6ujoy bhe dtnveniea ot'av yoU lpe,
c- ope ia Avered to vour coor ksLf office boxi Su
"Y si-'ald4n'mfytME'p risp( edar,.ect. e4 repol
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'Science Theater : '
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reci--e; "candid, often courageous reporting of evdri
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b.a is ;'Glngerbread Palace" and famed hern- ore pmo, is the haven for the ,,o, .c
f. 4laUz ^idtectre, eXqusitfe cuisine and contenlery -' the Grapd Hotel Oloffson, show plate -__._
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.:Touism Festival at the beauty contests, Miss Nesbitt it otherwise. She prefers to be
est. of Pan American-."Aii- aloasA finds limen-i~ -personal occupied. Miss Nesbitt said she
ior whom 'I lsf'%v8,olppIo j"rs hig is well satisfied 'vith both nurs-
Wade.. 'i- rG6'' w h '1^ie &Mc! dur- ing and. being a stewardess,'ex-
i;, .., ne t, e'ae plaining that. both jobs' comple-
Visit USA" has ma ea..c w e a fr oi a'r- ment. earh other. Nursing.. she
table qualities, among the a h works at ial' in added,: gives her a sense of ful-
charm,. intelligence an er.eJng Ij4 ad bo a ... fillmeot, while being- a steward-
r2!i._ inmprgWgive, how- As her mother said at the es" provides her an opportunity
hr ..wealth of energy. airport. "I don'I know ; to see the world and enjoy life.
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clation of life... You realize how ed tours of major' American
easily it can be taken;'' she sta- cities ,with the Plymouth Auto
t'ed. Show -and of'New Zealand with
'Though she has had many di- Max Factor. Cosmetics; 'and
versions since her graduation only a few months ago a 22-
from the Westchester School of city tour of Western Europe on
nursing in 1958 Miss, Nesbitt behalf of the Pan American Air-
has continued o ng on a.p ways' "Visit USA" campaign.
tinie basis in the surgical'wai'd rd
of the Nassaui.-Hospital of Min- As a- Pan American steward-
e6la. .. ess, Arlene has .ample opportu-
nity to, continue her travels. She
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A year after her graduation
from nursing school new .horiz-
ons opened for- her to "enjoy
life.': In 1959'she was named
"Miss New York- State'* in the
"Miss Universe'.' contest, with
several attractive travel oppor-
tunities following. These includ-.


is very UelightedL LUto have I a
ipeluded in them, and noted that
this -was her first visit to either
the Caribbean or Latin America.
"Haiti is ,a paradise", she said,
"sop lush and warm .after New
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HOTELS & RESTAURANTS & BY CONNOISSEURS .
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Lenoueau, Traction Sure-Grip
Sde-obdyear a4td jspcialement
c6u C pour vous donner une
traction maximum. II est muni
de longues barres 'pour vous
S piocurerl'foree de traction(,
requise par l]s tracteurs
mode nes. Ilmord en biais et'
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poinsae temps, moins de travail
0 -, ei4npins de cbprant.
iAHez le voinenBOre aujourd'hi-
bchezv tre dealer Goodyear .


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: .. Specialement congu pour donner une conduit
BACOULOU CABARaT-THEisde pour. une meilleure faculty d'adap-i'
'COUL :BAOU'U cABA1RET-T1HE &TRE station, pour moins d'usure... allez voir le
PETIONVILLE Super-Rib de Goodyear. Et, tous les superbes
home of the pneus tracteurs .Goodyear sont construits A
Sn, entoilage 3T "Triple Tempered", une exclt-
Exciting, sivite de Goodyear! *
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TROUPE. DE DANSE
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of the order gien to him, he still refuses to. enfG240 erthe 8,0
sheet, the income tax, after a delay of 30n daysw ii o 00
orr a basis of 25 per cent-df the stock upon complto] farivn--Fo .%5000t r ,0;02o uiesvlm
i et e w ory made by two inspectors attached to theI rl e lt etwen 9 3 ): a q 00 ie a
Office. irement of G 4500 e the G 6,0 ex
CHAPTER iiV he will submit the amount of his closing inventory. Further, any fears and remittances on bebt of li d parties residing abroad;t 00
ICOME TAX ON THE BALANCE-SHEET BASIS merchant whose business volume is at least G. 100,000 is required and on the other hand, all-, transfers,- -rnittances, negotiations of Article 39.-Deductions made as salaries, sharepoi toremnAbvG.50000,teahoiedeuin s .6000
'Article 31.-Taxable income on the balance-sheet basis is net to close the -volume of his inventory in the corresponding book ilsad ceaneadinoes ved directly from abroad. ` eration for services by any shareholder, presidet i cepeiet ril 9 Epniue hc osiuenra prtn o
t~~~~~~~~~~henn the Inera ReeueOfie dt ote lseooeatos

profit, which is calculated from gross profit after deduction of every three months and to submittti hetnt0InueOcetheeevvte tatt uotthhdaettheuloeonratonheanmeanageereatie uevisrpr
o ofh n h nce is shown.in favor of third p esi established abroad, this Board of Directors, accountant or procurator, a ioioal e
wrl expenses and oif all ohrelxpenditures net profit ntts t itesdofceodheyetermine the Ptos1oai,
sary for the proper-conduccotn i of ahe enterprise, asienumeratedibytstockewithoaiviewotosestimatingwthebmovementdof iofentorisshandabalanceswillnbeitaxedsumi20aper cettoeereistteianaelncof erendenindividuolentheatd rvidewthtstheerrenuI
law, and this prior to any deduction of reserves for amortization, the trend of commercial activity.. tues a guaranty of payment for cu t. transactions. a corporation, joint stock company, share copar
bursement or repurchase of obligations and any other su lil iis Failure to comply with this formality will subject the taxpayer Any remittance made in favor of third party r by third ship, deductions, remunerations and dividends ii,
to be paid from the paid-up capital, subscribed to, or invested in to a finr of from G. 50 to G. 500. party -established abroad Without e or sale of foreign- ex- agers, administrators, Iprocurators and accoutcosts
in H al etoe t2pecn. nepisssalbe uooi0deductibleoonlysuprtoith
the enterprise, and prior to any payment of dividends or interest The results shtwn ah fhoi are of the fiscal year will be compared change at a bank operating in Haiti
on shares. with the estimates made for the ur quarters. Further,, if foreign operations do involve any actual .remit- per year according to the schedule listed hereinfe:Atce4,Tefloigae.osdrda eutbeepne
Article 32.-Net profit is calculated from entries made in the Article 35-Any balance sheet prepared for banks operating in tance of funds bu rather an exchan of notes or notices of debit 1-Up to G. 250,000 of business volumes and t:
ledger, in the journal and in subsidiary records kept up to date Haiti or for a Government Service must be certified and regist- or credit in lieu of ash payments vice-versa, a tax of 4 per G. 6,000.00;
in compliance with the provisions of Articles 9, 10 and 11 of the ered by thp Internal Revenue Office. A stamp duty of G. 5.00 on cent on eacl transaction realized gh this procedure shall be 2-From G. 250,000 to G. 1,000,000 of bas they appear
Code of Commerce, and' in accordance with vouchers, and this all balance sheets shall be paid by means of removable stamps collected by the Internal Revenue office, without .prejudice to amount fluctuates between a minimrental taxation roser; and of equipment when it
profit will result from a balance sheet covering a period of 12 or in certain cases by a stamp visa before any use of the said other exi g duties and taxes. maximum of G. 15,000, i.e. an innt of G. 100 owned by the business.
months' opera on which must be accompanied by a statement balance sheets. Their cancellation will be executed in compliance over the G. 6,0W per each excess ince
of profit and loss showing any eventual gains, with the provisions of Article 13 of the Law of September 22, Failure on'the part of the taxpayt to provide the Internal Re- 3--oFrom G. 1,000,000 to G. ,50the o
Article 33.-Income tax onthe balacesheet basis ust be paid 1932, on stamps. venue Office with the means of ce g wisubject him to pay- the amount fluctuates betw en G. 1,0 ad G. 0,000, (Contied o ge
by all individual enteirprises whatsoever, joint enterprises, com- fent of twice the amounts prese d, according to which the
mercial, insurance, manufacturers' and exchange agencies, insur- Any bank or credit institution operating in Haiti which accepts Internal Revenue Office may re-estw hed his operations. Professionl
ance companies, transport companies, and associations of profes- a non-certified balance sheet will be liable to a fine of from G. 10,000 Article 38.-The Office may at any moment assign its inspectors Photographer School
sionals to G. 20,000, collectible by process of constraint. to check over the inventory within period of 60 days following
Arile .-Te above-listed taxpayers must forward to the Article 36.-Deferred profit is profit actually realized during a the date of close of operations. Rue R No. 11
Internal ReVenue Office nearest to the main office of their enter- fiscal year or during a 12-month period of operations and par- Further, any taxpayer who does ot submit hs balance sheet ER NA L
prices their balance sheets and statements of profit and loss as tally or wholly used for investments authorized or required by and statement of.profit and loss wi the prescribed delay shall
I prescribed in Article 32, duly certified correct and true, within the law or by a decision rendered by an authority; It resumes be liable to a fine of f4io G. 100.00 G. 5,000.00. And if, in spite DEVELOPING PRINTING
.60 days after the closing of their fiscal year. However, in case its place in taxable profits pertaining to the said fiscal years as
it is physically impossible to submit the balance sheet within the soon as it is recuperated'or reimnburset, and is subject to taxation .
prescribed delay, the taxpayer may request in writing from the according to the schedule in effe t on the date when the invest
internal Revenue Office an additional delay of 30 days. Excep- ment was made.
tionally, taxpayers whose main offices are abroad may request an Article 37.-Any merchant, importer~or exporter is ,obliged, to
additional delay of 60 days. Furthermore, the taxpayer must sub- submit to the Internal Revenue Office a complete statement of'
mit within 60 days following the closing of operations a detailed his foreign operqins if h a enp fio account.
p inventory of his stock and on the date of submitting the This account or statement of account shall include, e one
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balance sheet, i.e. within 60 days after the closing of operations, hand, negotiations of bills and acceptance, diect invoices, trans



Some parts cora titors. claim that they manufacture parts under
license from'C pilar in teU. S. A., Europe, C anaa rLtn.
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69 RUE'DU QUA Thealoffeeinstatcofeeithth
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WH T *TO UY : *These claims not,true!
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SISAL BAG5 a BELTS Some compete si manufacture parts to specifications lower than coe eg deep-roasted
en ~~~~~~~~~those required by -Caterpillar. This enables them to sell 'at prices breansg noeeyfaorflcpo oa'
SILNCR PERFUML5 and LI QUORS ~ ~~less tifn the. terpillaf -Dealer's prices. .eef.N te ofe. om te o
All parts red from outside suppliers by Caterpillar must meetitsm de t essorehsoriend
-WOOD CAPVINGS .MAHOGANY, Caterpillar sp i cations. compltl]aifig ntdysN sa4
theace isncfe'
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Tt TRANSPORTATION)
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hf'a:CdAiIn 50 Cents
4 gftate' easing Rooms
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Iesiestaurant and Snack Bar
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i"",:.*'Jetp.-.ihep whisk you frpm Florida' tp
M co Pity. Ydu'll arrive itit iCon-
_j tiVeti', 6.ost cosmopolitan. capital
." just f-ter a suiptuops dinner aloft.
":Coi plete round trip Economy .(Jlass ,
fia-' fare i US $253.' '' ='
,.', Pan Amn's newest jet service also stops
Iin Merida on the Yucatan peninsula.
;'..'"."Explore ancient "Archaeological' sites-
-'*.". ,of the Mayan civilization.. Luxuri-
1'". i. .'i! ous hotel accommodations are avrail-
able at bargain Mexican prices. .'
:.- And Mexico.City has everything!
Smart shops, a bracing (but trogcal) .
climate, bullfights,,,superb dining and,
international- cabaret life. See your
Travel Agent or Pan Am today .
i,, and discover how.delightful a hol-'-
., '. day in 'jet-close Mexico can be.'



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The New
(Continued from.page 9)
perty, in which case the expenses
for amortization. ,
c) Lighting, energy and power, costs.
d CommisSions and brokerages duly j
bonuses, New Year's gifts or paid vac
e) Justified, expenses for transportation
mail and office costs, bank charges,
tising'expenses, interest laid to bank
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Income Tax Law.'
also to money-lenders licensed as such in Haiti. '
shall be capitalized f) Travel 'and hofel expenses, transportation tickets pa
during the'year for the account of the enterprise ;UB
Sone month fqr America, 2 months for Europe,and 3imnont
justified, as well as or other parts of the world, in so far as these 6xpnrise.
nations for employees. were cincuried in the interests of the firm 'and also'sere'
, shipping, packing. to promote, or cohsolidate the said enterprise. '.
collection and adver- g) Duties and taxes pertaining to, the enterprise bth..r1.tha
s or, to financial in"- iricome taxes. '. .'.
Haiti or abroad, and h) Insurance premiums paid to cover physical property own
ed by the firm, and exceptionally rented .warehouses shell
'ering .important inventories, the. latter being. left to th
': appraisal of the Internal Revenue Office, which the ta*
liami 0to, payer must take care to' advise prior to insuring' the say
S wrehouses. i
1), 1 Depreciation generally accepted for' each kind ".,f co
mere and industry,' by virtue of depletion, wear and teat?
AW ,B and deterioration. Any -deduction fro*i gross profit fdr,
amortization oir. depreciation, while the principle is" u4-
questionable, .can be permitted only in so tar as this do-
duction ha ie_', effect of' briigibig to its true figre ti
value previously attributed. to the assets concerned.
S; 'Depreciation :means a decrease in. the value of assets due tp
depletion, weai:and,.tear, or.deterioration of buildings vehicles,
equipment, furniture, tools and working inplementti; it serves as
.. '.. a res.e~ ..which .s' to be used only to:'cover a decrease in value
., loses registered on equipment, furinture, tools,.and implements
installed Ih -the enterprise or its branches, or taken, outside for
a ;specified task: or on buildings or ,vdhidles, in' so far as their .use
,M .incolection with nhe interests of trade and irid.stfry .
Deprec atiori 'is deductible from gross profit according to the
ollovingg schedule: '
V "aca"t lot,' (Nil "
Gbo"ds iap. 94at;. miatdeals in inventor -
':'*,udd ,houSese; structures, wooden or m wood" and masopr4
S' .' .per cent per year. ,
SBuilB houses,, structures,. in iron and masonry: 4 per cejt
perear-.. ..
i ,Mbotprs'light machinery, toois and. fixtures, operating furni-
A.I .. 1 ye^. ..
tuWie10 per cetperyear.
Vehicles, tools and implements, air-conditioning' urits: 20 per
IN .e p,'eryear.
S. Heavy mac.inry anc-idfiustrial.fixtures: 6 per cent per year.
i) Amortization'of retain expenses such' as costs of 'found-
'9 '.ing a bbint or J.itividual enterprise,, costs of first establish.
ent aid' "f"" training program, on the 'basis. of 10 per
cequt per year. ,
S-. ,. k).Scholarhips; for studyy and personnel improvementi, as re
.- ...... i. ,oize.d bythe Infernal Revehue Office: a
4 I -" .Artile',.-Te following shall. be excluded' as' operating cost!
an...d may, not be deducted from gross profit for..purposes of ,arriy-
ing at taxable,pet profit, in 'particular: ,
S. I-Purchases of monopoly& conceessions, 'of business funds, ant
remittance.-of sharess forservides, rendered, regardless toI
S the .function of the beneficiary. .
)R.AU-PRINGE 2-Any amount' drawn from. the deprec.ition reserve aa
m' increase '.in capital crculting uider.,tehe :fortn of issuance
; of stares or sale of bonds, as'well as any remaining su
i" deriving from the. sale., of property, which has been co*
I pletely depreciated andai' m tied in conformity with th
a'otted percentage. A '
,o e and. .Y' a'.1 c n or i wit t .
,-" 3-r-Any. expenditures'fob replacement or extension of fixe
Capital which would' be carried as a deductible expense
4-Taxes paid or, advanced ,6n behalf of employees or pa
ners, as fqr example for 'licenses, patents, identification
cards,' taxes on shares., -
5--Rental expenses of employees or partners.
S 6-Inc6brie taxes, fines ,and surtaxes incurred.
7--Taxes paid abroad and taxes provided in .Article 37
foreign -operations.
EX PRIEN, 8-Salaries, pensions, and office expenses or costs of e
blishment abroad.
9-Travel expenses for partners and employees on leave.'
10-Travel expenses or the families of partners or emplpy'
*jA whether they are on leave or not,-


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HOUSE FOB RENT
, Beautiful modern home located
at Ui6 pptrance of the Village
Willy Luuothe In flBums.
Three bedrooms, two bath-
rooms, large living and dining
Mode kitchen with new
oe qd refrigerator. Ver spa-
ISsbu grounds and large swim-
ming pool. Water 24 hours a day.
V0 BLACKOUT.
Formerly occeied by ..Mr.
Iean, Turley of th Point IV. ,
SContaet, Mr Alfred Stecher,
Source Turgeau 103 Plfone 6839.,
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(Continued from page 10). '.
Article 437--Reinvested funds are not deductible from taxable
,profit. They tshall benest by the advantages provided by the Law
on New Industries under the conditions set forth in the saidLaw.
Article 44.-Merchants and businessmen, in other words taxpay-
ers required to submit their balance -sheets, are authorized to de-,
duct frormntheir accountable net profit,, i.e. the--balance declared
prior to deducting the income tax to be paid, a 10.per cent reserve
for losses. The purpose ot this reserve is to cover any'los sus-u
trained by means other than wear and tear of equipment, buildings,
tools, and other items, and It serves to compensate losses 'on ba
gebts, on raw .materials. or on inventories occurring during the
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"',In the case of losses- due to deterioration of inventories or raw
,materials, the taxpayer who notifies the Internal Revenue Ofice ""
and has its agents confirm an actual loss of goods or raw materials:
Within 72 hours after the material fact of damage has been .estal-.
blished, may exceptionally deduct from his profit the excess" s.!
not compensated by the co-called '4.Pinonth reserve. ..
Unusable o.iled go ..i.. ir, tmo
I.e establishment and*bEb ,t-,.aiB e ,_. up" O
the request and under the supervision of Internal Revenue Office
'rersentatives, land at the expense of the .taxpayer. M regasW.
,bad debts, a list must be forwarded to the.Office, along with the
dates of the last payments made. by the .debtors.. .
Any reserve accruedover a period of 36 months and remaining'
unused shall be added to profit for the year subject to control to
be' taxed-in conformity with the prescribed schedule.
article 45.--Corporations whose main, office is abroad shall Ie
.entitled neither to the 10 per., cent reserve for losses' nor to the
reserve for reinvestment.' ',
Article 46.-Anticipatory reserves in the case of insurance ae',
allotted in the following proportions: .
Life insurance ....-....45 per cent of premiums calec'te c-V
.' Fire insurance ........30 per cent of prerlium cpUeoted.,,.'
r.-, Accident insurance -.....32 per cpnt of premiums collected
Further, any insurance company which 'invests fnds"an tl' -
Country after approval by the Miniptry of Finihe, and Econo"
Affairs. wil be granted .a deduction .fom ta.able. profit up.to
S cent of the sum'actually invested during the fiscal' year.,
je t' t 'yt oti '.
SAricle I47.-Any bill for income tax ion thq baance-sheet.a'
i4st be pajd. by its due date, -yn"der pnaly of a 10 per. cent
pe ionth or fraction hereoff in compliance with "the 'Law' :f
Jue 6. 1.4 onthe Internal Revenue Office as' ended ,by: -i
Debrie-Iaw of Januqry 1936. T.. ; expiration date of. the
shall be..tea3Qth caldendWr ay from the date of issuance..
SArticle 4.-,Under penalty of -afiscal fine ofro. G 50
G. 1,000,. ny taxpayer, corporation 'or association 1,Vr0
itre tirnpmto cnei subject to 'ispecho heb
.Re fenue ffice i'mi..i..sulmt 'to. tany sector of the Inte .
,tvenue Office, upon his request, either at. its mai.office or ..
its branches or agencies, all books, recordsi shtb books, insurlabd
policies, bank statements, ,copies of cables and 'all biookkeepig
~ocimenets whatsoever, as. well as the 'min tes and resumes..;h.
rimetings held by' stodkholderS 'or by the board 6o 'dirptoris,'i
order to petmmit' the' Office' t6 check itst'declaratios oMi o ,s
~sue that he incotfle tax 'laws' ha'e 'been con id ith; lu; ,
by the fi=rm itself or .by other taxpayers. Checks may nrot be
QveP a'~id exceeding five previous fiscal years.
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U O 'Manatger and 'Mrs Albert till returned from Miami on
j-dady with their arms full of bundled. .Hasco is scheduled, tor
't zilliig this .ye0r on IDecember 14tl' with' a big crop in-sight...
e"Marcel VIllard.is recuperating from seriouss, illness vacqtio'i-
pr.Pais'..Our best ,wishes"for her-full recovery.'.'.Arch And Mi
SYpopular manager of oEsso. ,lef$ for ,the States on, Sat6rday.
Air ithiit'Mada ,platirfini.orin'her Clistbhas shopping,
i b keeps his -nose 'the businies' grindstorie... O$, Decemrbr
r-'O a p. '-" ac: tie.tion for young. girls Wi'U b.6e oranized
irerilt. of a 'Fr ch,: Crrespondance's Sceta'ry, ,at' the,
i -arV k of the Re ublic" ofHait- 'ommer.iC ,pepa ent,
... i ,a'g--..
i c'onulidns:"HaQitiah nationality; 25;: years f ag, ploma
Speilg, ard. Stenidgraihy; .Higher eddcatipr 'Cer-ificat, Istr
the st inscribed- will participate... Last wek, .the
t'. l oidantle et Scolaire'. of .General Hospital' received
o- .s ,'from the,, folwing firms I m inedlqW pes-'
i I'EWtat, Dr', Melloh or Sch4weftzerI hospital.
Pr..waih"g and DI* siot,;. .iiss Ca "-tatlen, Glauis
e llis Wfate Siinday night at' Chsind, had ben pardn
b pmt al Bank of hait,,'dlrecte "by 'dyT '01
AM 4 ide&..' iDr an' Be df ,Bruelles Tappoed
an iutrtion to Hnoi' by iasi Anerican ,,fe o leth;
t Atericas' of 'Wdrld., Orgaization -of Itealth,...
.t7 .:0.... the Pslent of the -RepubllPc n Mhdanle
,ter received 'dat theNaU onaiace.4 o t
Imass wpi. 1be'said'by'the ror-iSuperior;l P. 4im-
a on the occasion.of th' f -th anmiversary- v 'gn
t aes .oii n otIQ... gr; ,..Ferro1l-
nsou Nu in Haiti returiipd .from Rio de Jane.ro,w.h.re
cerem.onies tS crse.cration "as Ac p t place.
.ommiee ,o l'UD& 'ECE. elected Tuesday November. 23dI*,
I.4wIows: ioei&IFresi; iedhln, Vie-nPresidetil
rtf e ie .e.lQ .'i-." .AsistaIt -thief-,
iae A~geor ,...Txasurer.'..,,Me S pon- .lbsvarieux;, ,Secret-
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In Haiti This Week "
(Continued from page ') [E STUDIOS
LES ,STUDIOS D-, DANSE .
YOUNG and many other Broad- :
wqy hit' under the. name of BACOULOU
Sy)via Dee. They are .guests .at
the Gingerbread Palace, the .' "
Giand Hbtel Oloffso... Ann ,START G OCTOBER.. 1st, 1961
Murie McNamee, an IBM clerk .
i. New Xork anti. Patricia Ann ModeKn Theatrical Dance ..- .....Roland Wingfield' ..' t '
Theresa He'lihy a .one man, of- Maitian Dance -... .... ... ..... Louines Ln '
'fice Secretary in New York are ...-- Louis ee' .
hoe hoping herd. Social ance .... .... .... .Gerd .. in
***Rjichar ,Wirston;' a .'esign- So al iance.".:e e ., : ..... Ir,.s,, ..
erfrom N Yw'yrk and trife Lee .. t. assess
arq ,iting here this tweek... SCHEDULE: '
N.ses Marilynnrm Maher and Beginners Modern Thearical Dance .onday 5 6 p.m.
L4ieRuprecht, 'two;di.titians huday 5--- 6 'p.m.i''"
tnmnNewjersey stopped at: the Saturday 10 :- 11 a.m.
lb ele liesterd y... Peteir C. I .- I ... .
'Ifbo Ma oagere.df.' FordP Mo-, Advanced Aodein Theatrical Dance Monday 2 3 p.m.
.)oh, Managpx of1 ord Mo-Adn.Monday p.m.
to Cad' n 'livfia, Mich ,"an, Th.rsday2- p.m.
*.ap wdi.e Beitty are current. Beginhqrs Haitian Dance / Mrday 3 -' ,p.m.
gu at ~6t e I AIo-Lle.: .Erigin- Drumming -, Monda'y 2 -'3 p.m.
SHa'ey L .'Pastan from Thursd 2 3 p.m.
klyne, ,Mas.d,anid wife, Bar- .. s t : 'd- -* 1 .
stopped ,h this .weeend. u y 9 10 .m .
d. iHarold. p, a milk- Social Ddnc (leringue) .,'1', We4nesday"9:30 p.m. '
ro tmian.from F0.- ils$ New 8e4al drumming cla..S s for children aqd Modern' Dance for
Y k and lovely b Be Be- "
Sly 'are currently. oo'n-
here.. .Ephraim.
ount frm INe' for Individual- class4.
'A untut fron .Meewm'Yok ., ...
ng bruhette ivife -V I :icwfeesacholarships,ispecial arrangenients for pro-
told Abo"tithe .aiti6 6.rse and visitors.inqire daily in the afternoon at the,
an 'came 'withl thie prpipt pr- pi'Lr STIC -- Petionville-Park, or write to
pp .of ,getting sdt pa OinETgsE,-.
5th "arfayidng w .aysat -the .
,El Ratcho... William Meilon, a ODETTE WIENE..
wr e-photogiapir,. sn "of'.. : POB. 991, Port au" Prince, HAITI,
maim'r- Melloh. Albert, Sochn e' ve
S U-ospi.tal' D ichap'elles);,i nd ': .
his beautiful w .e Legrand; a,
uj u -n. d-photogt-apber-tpchni-
ci eareback' to sjiend th hb- -
lds .4their parents.-' .-,
A enhj..'4at .6 I.IvA
XNON' LECLERAowne by
.ta `vorldji :. fa uo ". -'at y e'
n*D .,l.A.wa eat t,, ?Ve-.
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ganje. aced' te "Ge t'sha
wi eir irj sence .
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Sunday December 10th, 1961


Haitian Adventist
Missionary Go To
French Guiana
There was a time when a num-
ber of foreign n missionaries
came to Haiti every year to help
develop the spiritual and educa-
tional work of the Adventist
Church in this territory. The si-
tuation has now changed. The
Haitian Adventist workers are
not only carrying the Word of
God to the homes in their coun-
try, but are also responding to
the call to work among other
peoples.
During the month of August
two Haitian families left their
homeland to labor in' a foreign
country. The 'Napoleon Grunder
family arid Pastor and "Mrs Ma-
thieu Bermingham are now ser-
ving the Church in the French
Island of Martinique.
Last "week a- third Haitian fa-
mily, Pastor Ner Jean-Pierre,
his wife, and their baby-daught-
er left .Pbrt au Prince for French
Guiana.
The call was sent to Pastor
Jean-Pierre, then stationed in
Limbe,.to work in St-Laurent du
Maroni, in French Guiana. He
will have a large district about'
half the size of Haiti, with a
population of some_' five-'thous-
-and souls; French officials; fpr-
mer convicts, naturalizd' Clin-
, eese, the primitive tribes of Ina
dians, Boshs, Saranjakas. A Sey-
enth-day Adventist Church ,of6
more than sixty members has
already been., organized in the
, midst of one Indian tribe.
Pastor ,'jeaniPerre will lsoi
helj ''too &eveelop an educational
and 'welfare center and super
--if-- --if---'- ~L h ..Idd


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THE NEW INCOME TAX LAW
.(Continued from page 11)
In case of tax evasion-.-confirmed and established in an official
report, the taxpayer shall pay his tax on the basis of the schedule
in effect plus a fine of from 10% to 25% of his business volume.
according to the seriousness of the case.
Article 49.-Tax evasion exists:
1-When the taxpayer cannot submit the accounting books re-
quired by the Law or the vouchers covering operations en-
tered in the said books. .
f 2-When the taxpayer knowingly omits from his balance sheet
or his statement of profit and loss a part of his gross re-
ceipts, or deliberately increases his operating expenses by
fictitious items or by entries which exceed real costs, or
includes expenses not connected with the business.
3-When, in a spirit of fraud or culpable negligence, the tax-
payer places the Financial Administration in a position of
inability to determine taxable net' profit, which may result
from poor bookkeeping, or from erroneous entries made
under pretext of abusive interpretations of the law, or from
submission of false vouchers.
Article 50.-In order to facilitate the examination of 'records
kept by the taxpayer subject to the income tax, thvre shall be en-
tered in the inventory book all goods, which are:..';
a) In the main store .-.r- -
b) in warehouses and ~i.anches, with .addresses including
streets, and street., numbers -,. '
c) In customs .houses or elsewhere, When the ,invoices have
been paid or drafts accepted .'
d) In the warehouse of a guaranteed creditor (or of a third
party holding the deposit).
The inVientory .of the goods or raw materials shall be made at
cost price in the case of imported goods, or at cost. price or market
value in the case of raw materials, supplies, or products manufac-
tured ini`e Cdoity.

In the case-of failure to make the -above-mentioned declarations
in the inventory book. the taxpayer shall pay. income tax upon an
amount varying 'rom p-)iper cent .to 25 per cent of his business
volume, according to the -Internal, Revenue Office's assessment
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of the case as regaLds its seriousness and intent to defraud.Qj
the part of the taxpayer. ;"i
Article 51.-Under penalty of a fine of from G. 500 to G. 5,000'
.-exporters- importer-wholesalers, and manufacturers are re:quirS
to- keep in addition to the books prescribed in Articles 9, 10, a.d
U of the Code of Commerce: ''
a) A stock book showing by, their respective -dates reeip
and deliveries of goods.
b) A cost price book, which will show the cost of items manfi
ufactured or received under a consular invoice, taid IM
care to-mention the name and address of the supplier..g
the number and date of'the commercial invoice and' ot
the customs bill, as well as the name and date of arrive
of the vessel which carried the shipment.
c) A 'stamped invoice book for credit sales, or numheriA
invoice block notes for credit sales, taking care to.sh.ow
the name of the purchaser, the goods purchased, i
price. These invoices will be stamped according to''
provisions of the Law of September 17, 1953 on this sub
ject.
d) Numbered cash sales' slips, with specifications .o.,ti
goods sold and sales price... '
The above listed books and vouchers are subject .to th
'same formalities as prescribed in Articles 9, 10' a4nd'i
of the Code of Commerce. ,
Article 52.-Under penalty of a fine of from G. 400 to G.; 1,i
non-importing merchants subject to the payment of income' "
on the "forfeit" basis must keep a stamped entry book fbr. 16o
purchases, showing on a separate page the name of.each. vena,0 K
;and the amounts and dates of purchases. -' :
The books' required 'above are subject to the same fotbaihtb
as those prescribed by Article 11 of the Code of. Commerce.
Article 53.-Any accountant who enters fictitious operations .
makes entries recognized as fraudulent shall be liable to a .flscdl
fine of fro# .G. 500 to G. 5,000, to be pronounced and collected .T|
the Office.:..I case of'-a second offefise, he shall be called "by. '
summons before a correctional court and shall .be liable to a-pri
term of frdip 2.,-nths to 2:years, or to cepcellation 6f his lcense
or to both penalties concurrently. .
(Continued in Next Edition) .qj
T Jeda


vise -a primary sthoouu .whicIL was .
organized in behalf of the Indian ----- /
children and others -who maav
want to -atteqd "the school.. A.i.'t W 111------C
intf t .and.'delicate, mIssibi -
hafs bin entruiist to iapr HATIAN INSTITUTE OF DANCE ,
J Pierre.-Wfe.-believe that he,. -- ,. .... .-,
Sffaithfdlly' arr.aro hit task A'VOUNCES IFOR I&T-FALL TERM COURSES IN mgr
and prove himself wo6'thy of tie i- EISl IC BA" 0"
trust which has been put in him. 2-MODERN BA.0T
_____ F Monnier. 3-JMODERN TECHNIQUE (Martha Graham
FOR SALE: T Y;"',AC' -; Hanya Holmh)
HIGHEST BIDDER it--Z AND TAPDANOE E ZZ
L Wllys SHtion wagoA 956 -GAiOO ;3 )
The vehicle may be seen from 7--HOR()JOGRAPHY OF CLASSICAL REPER-
8:09 a.', to 12:00 and from 200 TORE "iSW 'iE", UTOCRACKER BAL-
to 5:00 p.m. Monday through -
Friday at the American Embus- L" Z", ."TLaSVYI lES", etc. 4. ""
sy, Cite de I'Exposition. 8--FSPECAL CLASSES DFOR LMALL CHILDREN I
Sealed ,bjdi, will be received _in AGES -3 TO, 6-YEAR-OLD. .. .
the Embassy Administrative Of- SCHOOL LOCATED WITH A 5 j
flee until 5:00 p.m. December On the Champ de Mars, next to Rex Theater
* 15th 1961. 'A
The Embassy reserves the
right to refuse acceptance of OHOREOG-APHY ARRANGED FOR DAN9E
any and all :bis. TROOPS AND SINGLE DANCERS.
'ASSLIA L
BESSAMATIC






EX SITIa OF SELEC-TED -era nhr
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AeEl4 "HAItI SUN" Sunday De&mber lath, 1961


R acoulou d'Hai


I New 'Bal Negre'


(Continued from page 1)
lity, and it is to be expected
hat the new show will tightenI
Ip after a few. weeks of per-'
crmances, and the feature dan-
.rs of the Bolero, Tango, Sam-
;a ..and Danse Mexicaine will
6id themselves more, at ease in
bese, rhythms. Freedom to cri-
iize thusly has been wisely in-
4ed by Mme Wiener, genius of
be troupe. At the debut-pre-
ie*i.on Monday evening, guests
were kiven a questionnaire in-
ring. frank criticism of the
Lances, costuming and perform-
e Many were too dazzled
momentarily to respond ably. It


is' not easy to act as critic and
audience 'on the spot' and mar-
shal your thoughts well enough
to put them on paper. If the
audience response was not sa-
tisfactory, Mme Wiener should
not put it down to lack of inter-
est, but rather to lack of ability
on such short notice.
On one thing, .-certainly, the
audience was unanimous. That
whs as to the. quality of the cos-
tuming of the show. Sure touch
and sure taste have always ex-
emplified the dressing of the Bd'
coulou show. This new show is
brilliantly costumed any way
you take- the word.


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0s desare and Rue du Centre, at the following'
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S 10Olbs.--Bags 15 Gourdes
50lbs.-Bags 15 'Gourdes
W,,holesale orders will be filled on the basis'
i Gourdes: 2.75 per 10lbs. bags (Minimum,
L' bags) and Gourdes: 14 per 50lbs. (Minim-,
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first appearance in her
club for Madeleine, the
tile, for a long time.-


home
versa-


As an indication of what may
be expected at Club Bacoulou
during the coming Winter Seas-
on, Monday Evening was a jew-
el-studded pointer,


Lunch Dine Have Cocktails

EXCELLENT LOBSTER DISHES A SPECIALITY

By The, SEA-SIDE


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Swim, Spearfish, Snorkle, Water-Ski
And Sail In Safe Coastal
S\ Waters From Kyona
DEEP-SFA FISHING EXCURSIONS
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PROGRAM OF THE
FESTIVAL OF


PANAMERICAN
TOURISM


Monday Dec. Uth-9-12 a.m.-Visit to Chatelet de la Montagne
Noire. 9:30 p.m.-French Elegance's Night. Folkloric Shopy.
(Castelhaiti) Informal.

Tuesday Dec4 12th-9-12 a.m Journey at Habitation Leclerc.-
8:30 p.m. Folkloric Gala (Theatre de Verdure) Informal.
Wednesday Dec. 13th-9-12 a.m. Parade-Public. (Cite de 1'Ex-
position) Native costume. 9 p.m. Third Parade (Beau' Rivagep
-Native costume. 11 p.m. French Elegance's Night Man-
ger Loa (Villa Creole) Informal.

Thursday Dec. 14th 12 a.m. Press Meeting (Sans Souci) -
1 p.m. Breakfast (Sans Soucil 9:30 p.m. Finale of the
International Competition. Parade of Haitian Mannequins.-Elec-
tion of Panamerican Queen of Tourism (Casino des Caraibes) -
Informal.

Friday,Dec. 15th. 9-12 a.m. Off. 6 p.m. Cockfighting. r-
(Coq d'Or). 9:30 p.m. Ball in honor of Panamerican Queen
of Tourism. French Elegance's Night. (Choucoune) Informal.


Preceding thq Monday nite
dance debut. the audience was
presented with a new collection
of costumes by Olga Boutique.
Olga Silvera's smart little dress
shop needs no introduction, ei-
ther to the visitors from abroad
or to "the local scene. Sad to
note that the visitors- are a bit
better padded in the purse than
local residents. Olga's clothes
.re not inexpensive, but if you
have the money, they are a good
investment. Being well steeped
in both high fashion, Paris-wise,
and the true uniqueness of Hal-
tianr styling, Olga always comes
up with something both differ-
ent and -wearable. Needless to
say, her fitting is superb. Va-
riety -a bewildering ,variety-
is usually the keynote of Olga's
showings. From up-dated mu-mu
versions, to sleek sophistry
seems no trick 'for Olga-from
a bouffant organdy, as shown to
advantage by a model Audrey
Brake, to teen-age print with
fitted bodice and full skirt, as
shown by- charming young Eli-
zabeth Silvera, to a stunning red
dress and coat ensemble, the
epitome of sophistication, shown
superbly by stately, profession-
al model, Peggy Magloire, is
rather running the gamut from
A to Z. Olga herself modeled a
smart copper-colored metallic
cloth dress that would be at
home in Paris or New York. So
it goes. Olga's ,Boutique can sa-
tisfy smart women fr"m sixteen
to sixty,-for the beach or -for
the coronation of a queen.

Monday evening at Bacoulou
lived up to the smart invitation
cards issued for the event. The
evening entertainment closed
with a surprise-Madeleine Mar-
cel was the guest artist in a
selection of songs. It was the


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Sunday December 10th, 1961


AGiE 14 1;


" HAITI S UN"'


Notice











Th' White

-I saw an 80-year-old man turning in boxtops for the CIlgate
Bicycle Contest. Wonder if he plans to_ ride it or sell it, if he -
wins? -Among the disabled these days arerTom Dell who is hob- &r "d, s H
, bling around on crutches with a cracked &M6le,.; and DouDou Ke-e- hitehouse were
ler who is home on sick .leave. --"Tlie ne'W ivall larouid the Beau dinner at the res
Rivage is being adorned with square glass lights decorated with British Embassy,
Veves. Looks nice, and I still' say veves are g6od geometric design, and MWs Corley Sr
perfect hosts. Durk
plus having a. meaning. -Foyer des Arts Plastiques' new gallery perfect t hosts Du
in the Allen & Baussan building is quite impressive. There's a circles and the gu
ground floor display and the open balcony above is lined with pix. ted' his cosmopi
They have a ldrge variety to select from, and the' only thing need- ships. The Whiteho
bd is a few chairs downstairs so prospective buyers can sit' down ing by Pan-Air on
long enough to get a really' good .4ook at whichever picture may' for the .United ,St
strike their ,fancy- -The "Festival .Panamericain. du-',Tourisme" be joinedin New
S. son from' Englann
program booklet was well presented, with interesting pictures arid Canterbury for a
.1atures. It was also well supported with ads, one of which caused home they will be
'&i number of. raised eyqbrows-Dr. Georges'.Metellus. Expecting post in Bonn, in V
the worst? t-Today's map-cratwling turns uip Morzq Mardi Gras any the latter ipa
behind Leogane, and 'Les Vases near Arcale. Wh,, please tell Nice going, folks.
me Nwhy? -Note tq Gift Fair: Dr. Harry C., Wall of Missin, Kan-
sas, is qtiu waiting for .the 12 pates which' were missingfrom tqhe U. S. AMBi
ordr..-you sent'him on invoice No. 1,35, .dated 17 Mai, 1961.,,Please
check it out. -Candlelight Inn is getting. the .play.I from the Amer-
lean colony, butt tlhe \Haitians,: are -staying away inm droves! -The'
Editor, bless his'bard heads is still in' the DR., caught Vp in~'he. ROBERT ..N
t. transportation strike. -Gepo peslan.des just got back the icar that .
Martie the, Kid and Eddie the E)- took ,off il4 --4pl. this huillballqo, A PALAC
dbout disappearing, snakes makes .me thipk .somebody's, go th ;d
D. T.'s but good! ''-Ndtet;o .the Shaw. bbys:- How, are the ,boids '
abing? And what are "YO doing .ibduta ger -- have a niew .' .Am. ad..
star boarder-aa-littl yaler and white .,dogie wh' wobbly.'o his b eibegntb on!'. Th
lgs from malnutrition, but who was '.saddld wivh0 a collar',oipre, 4on were tender
suitable for a borse. The first nghthe.. an up inst the l tb National P
watchman where .I liVi 'he took of doft .the ocR, an jumpedd e r
--' '. heiuue' ,and MIrs
'overboard. ,The watchman had to fish him ut, tod keep him fro' t 1000
r ing. before he reacfihedshore. My milk bill is --koi.'j[pW stdag community were i
i t -The alred' anlotincement boit Agibie .olicour's.kccidtor the departure
left him' lafin"' He was,out daricing .the't4 nik ., Caii't keep can Amasador
od man, down, he says. -Iwish the police widdo a d lit e a ri o .hae. won a
Et in Haiti.
policing around, the m.arket., Eyeryy timq'.X:,r i4 H4.parti U:
houseboy.go shopq'.ig; Ihave to..close't -o and tRobert'' N
b the marc.hands frod l a ts feted 'cont uously
o '" '4ssa andttosa yti derstate- week, onof.the o

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U 'Engl Ish With which fEoe Ail and The competition
u neistood each other fine. rouT with 'this language barrier by the National A
is thht, each nationality expects the other to start speaking his own Piano Teachers an
h tdhgue. That means it isn't until after the first sentence is lost ganizhtions, will h
NET that the. listener realizes that he i beihg addressed in his Ciburn, the Texas







o language. makes f.r a-badestart, but itss so natural an error, won the -., haikc
Bebt to Ainounce first the language you're attempting. If you get competition in 1959
ovir that hump, you're all right. -As for humps, looks like I'm 1n addition tb the
ovpr this bne for the 'week.: Adios amigos. (That's Spanish). prize five other ca'
S.KAY MAJOR be awarded. The fi
t ner will also have
Hai in:haeew:e mg ity to give a recital]
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