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56 STAT.] ECUADOR-EXPERIMENT STATION-OCT. 20 , 29, 1942 upon the availability of such sup- plies in the United States. 8. This Agreement shall come in force on the day of signature and shall continue in force for a period of ten years, unless the Congress of either country shall fail to appropriate the funds neces- sary for its execution in which event it may be terminated on sixty days written notice by either Government, but in such event the station will pass into the hands of the Corporation. For the United States of America CLAUDE R. WICKARD Secretary of Agriculture For the Republic of Ecuador RICARDO CRESPO OR Minister of Agriculture For the Corporaci6n Ecuatoriana de Fomento ERIC F. LAMB V. ILLINGWORTH General Manager QUITO, ECUADOR August 12, 1942 (b) y (c) del parrafo 6 dependera de la disponibilidad de dichos im- plementos en los Estados Unidos. 8. Este Acuerdo entrara en vigor desde el dia en que se firme y continuara su vigencia por un periodo de diez afios, salvo que el Congreso de cualesquiera de los paises no proporcione los fondos necesarios para llevarlo a cabo, y en tal caso se terminara mediante un aviso de sesenta dias escrito por cualesquiera de los Gobiernos, pero, en tal caso, la Estaci6n pasara a poder de la Corporaci6n. Por los Estados Unidos de America CLAUDE R. WICKARD Secretario de Agricultura Por la Republica de Ecuador RICARDO CRESPO OR Ministro de Agricultura Por la Corporaci6n Ecuatoriana de Fomento ERIC F. LAMB V. ILLINGWORTH Gerente General QUITO, ECUADOR 12 de Agosto de 1942 It is a pleasure to inform Your Excellency that the provisions of the Memorandum of Understanding as herein set forth meet with the approval of the Government of the United States of America. If they likewise meet with the approval of the Government of Ecua- dor, I shall consider this note together with your reply indicating the approval of the Government of Ecuador as constituting an agreement between our two Governments on the subject, it being understood that the agreement shall be effective as of August 12, 1942 and that the agreement shall continue in effect for a period of ten years, unless the Congress of either country shall fail to appropriate the funds necessary for its execution, in which event it may be terminated on sixty days' written notice by either Government to the other Govern- ment. Accept, Excellency, the renewed assurances of my highest con- sideration. SUMNER WELLES Acting Secretary of State. His Excellency Sefor Capitan COL6N ELOY ALFARO, Ambassador of Ecuador. Effective date; dura- tion. Entry into force. 1793