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56 STAT.] EL SALVADOR-EXPERIMENT STATION Nov. 24, 1942 Dec. 2, 1942 terial de propagaci6n, informa- ciones cientificas y personal; (f) cooperaci6n con la Sanidad Pibli- ca, colonizaci6n y centros de re- habilitaci6n agricola de los Estados Unidos de America, El Salvador y d emos Paises del Hemisferio Oc- cidental, para el desarrollo de la agricultura en El Salvador. 2. El Gobierno de El Salvador suministrara todas las tierras nece- sarias para conducir investiga- ciones y trabajos de demostra- ci6n destinados a fomentar la producci6n lucrativa de cosechas exportables, tales como hule, fibras, insecticidas, productos medi- cinales, aceites vegetales, et c6tera, aumentando la renta y comercio exterior del Pueblo Salvadorefio. Dichas tierras seran escogidas por el Director de la Estaci6n, en cooperaci6n con la oficina guber- namental apropiada de El Sal- vador; y el Gobierno de El Sal- vador permitira el uso continuo de las tierras por la Estaci6n Experimental, sin cobro alguno. Las tierras incluiran la parte de la "IHacienda Zapotitan" que per- tenece al Gobierno de El Salvador, comprendiendo aproximadamente 350 manzanas, que so suminis- traran inmediatamente, y por lo menos otras tres parcelas repre- sentativas de las diferentes divi- siones naturales de tierras de El Salvador, de veinte manzanas cada una, aproximadamente, que se suministraran segdn se vayan necesitando. 3. El Gobierno de El Salvador tambien se obliga: (a) a construir rcsidencias, completamente equi- padas, para el personal norte- americano y salvadorefio, con la excepci6n de estufas y refrigera- doras no fabricadas en El Sal- vador; (b) a recondicionar y re- scientific information, and person- nel; (f) cooperation with public health, colonization, and agricul- tural rehabilitation agencies of the United States of America, El Salvador, and of the other coun- tries of the Western Hemisphere in the development of agriculture in El Salvador. 2. The Government of El Sal- vador will make available all land necessary to conduct investiga- tions and demonstration work designed to promote the profitable production of export crops, such as rubber, fibers, insecticides, me- dicinals, vegetable oils, et cetera, and increase the income and foreign trade of the people of El Salvador. Such lands shall be selected by the director of the station in cooperation with the appropriate governmental agency of El Salvador, and the Govern- ment of El Salvador shall permit the continued use of the land by the experiment station free of charge. The lands shall include that portion of the "Hacienda Zapotitan" owned by the Govern- ment of El Salvador, comprising approximately 350 manzanas to be made available at once, and at least three other parcels repre- sentative of various natural land divisions of El Salvador of ap- proximately 20 manzanas each to be made available as required. 3. The Government of El Sal- vador also agrees: (a) to construct residences, complete with furnish- ings, for the North American and Salvadoran members of the staff, except stoves and refrigerators not manufactured in El Salvador; (b) to recondition and remodel 1803