Index

Inaugural issue
FEBRUARY 1964

TRUJILLO’S WASHINGTON LOBBY
From the memoirs of his ex-Intelligence chief

PRESS CENSORSHIP IN P.R.?
An interview with “Robert Jones” of the Indianapolis Star

POWER STRUGGLE IN SANTO DOMINGO
Three coups; one successful, one abortive, one yet to come

FICTION BY JUAN BOSCH AND EMILIO DIAZ VALCARCEL, MUSIC, ART, THEATRE, BOOKS, FILMS, NIGHT LIFE, ETC.

FEBRUARY 1964
Volume 1 Number 1

ARTICLES

REPORT FROM SANTO DOMINGO, Florangel Cárdenas     4
AN INTERVIEW WITH “ROBERT JONES”     8
FROM PATCHWORK TO PARADISE     12
THE GOOD OLD RAILROAD, Helen V. Tooker     14
TRUJILLO: THE LAST CAESAR, Gen. Arturo Espaillat     18
JAZZ DEL PAIS, Carter Harman     29
FASHION BOOM FOR PUERTO RICO?, Joan Custin     32

FICTION

THE BEAUTIFUL SOUL OF DON DAMIAN, Juan Bosch     22
GRANDMA’S WAKE, Emilio Díaz Valcárcel     26

DEPARTMENTS

DATEBOOK     Inside Front Cover
A NOTE FROM THE EDITORS     3
BUSINESS, Joseph Adcock     37
THEATRE     40
BOOKS, George Moberg     41
ART, Hécor Campos Parsi     42
FILMS     45
NIGHTLIFE     46

THE COVER: Augusto Marín’s new oil, “Cemi” which appears on the cover is part of his current one-man show at the Casa del Arte. In addition to his fine art pursuits (murals, engravings, gouaches and oils) the versatile Marín has applied his talents to advertising, book and magazine design (he now works part-time with Publicidad Badillo). Born in San Juan on November 20, 1921, he gained experience at the Sánchez Felipe Studio, the Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña, the Art Students League of New York and the Los Angeles County Art Institute. His works are in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York as well as the Instituto and the Ataneo Puertorriqueño. He has previously exhibited in Mexico City and, locally, at the Don Roberto Gallery, the Instituto, the Ataneo and the Galería Campeche.

CREDITS: Cover shot and photos pp. 17 and 37 by Robert Hamory of Pan American Design Company. Photo of railroad station on p. 14 courtesy Institute of Puerto Rican Culture. Photos pp. 12, 13 courtesy of the Caribbean Organization. Illustration p. 22 by Charles Corbett. Engraving p. 26 by Rafael Tufiño. Tufiño’s engraving “La Botella” on p. 29 courtesy of the artist and Galería Colibrí. Photo pp. 32, 33 by Ana Babette Greenstein. Photos of Jordan Meinster’s work, on pp. 41, by Arturo Melero. Photo inside back cover by Marvin Schwartz. Permission to reprint story, “Trujillo: The Last Caesar”, granted by Henry Regnery Press, Chicago, Ill.

Editors: Augusto Font and Kal Wagenheim
Art Director: Ernie Potvin
Advertising: Karen Mellman
Circulation: Ricardo Torres

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MARCH 1964

THE STRANGE CASE OF DOCTOR RASKA

‘ROCK-CHURCH’ IN THE BARRIO

FICTION BY RAMON FERREIRA AND RENE MARQUES, THEATRE, MUSIC, BOOKS, FILMS, ART, NIGHT LIFE, ETC.

MARCH 1964
Volume 1 Number 2

ARTICLES
THE STRANGE CASE OF DOCTOR RASKA     5
THE PENTECOSTALS, Marvin Schwartz and Pedro Juan Soto     11
VIRGIN GORDA: GETTING AWAY FROM IT ALL     16
SCOOTER ROOTERS, D.B. Shaw     29
GOLF AT THE DORADO HILTON, Roy Brown     34

FICTION
THE HANDS OF GOD, Ramón Ferreira     21
DEATH, René Marqués     24

DEPARTMENTS
DATEBOOK     Inside Front Cover
LETTERS     1
A NOTE FROM THE EDITORS     3
BUSINESS, Horst Buchholz     38
ART     40
FILMS     42
BOOKS, Harlan McFadden     43
THEATRE, Joseph Adcock     44
NIGHTLIFE     46
RADIO-TV     48

THE COVER: Angel Botello’s oil, “Children Playing” , which appears on the cover, is part of his one-man show, starting March 6, at the Institute of Puerto Rican Culture. Botello’s work is also on view at his own two galleries: Galería Botello in Old San Juan and Galería Antillas next to the Caribe Hilton. See Botello’s story in “Art” on page 40.

CREDITS: Cover shot and photos for “The Strange Case of Dr. Raska” by Robert Hamory of Pan American Design Company. Illustrations for “The Hands of God” by Alberto Hernández and for “Death” by Augusto Marín. Golf story photos courtesy of Puerto Rico Information Service. Photos of Botello’s work in the “Art” section courtesy of the artist. Print by Alicea courtesy of the artist and the Galería Colibrí. “West Side Story” photos by Ana Babette Greenstein.

Editors: Augusto Font and Kal Wagenheim
Art Director: Ernie Potvin
Advertising: Harry McQuire and Angel Cambo
Circulation: Ricardo Torresd

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APRIL 1964

EL FANGUITO: A HELL ON EARTH
Sex, drugs and bootleg rum are plentiful in San Juan’s slum

SHOULD BOXING BE BANNED?
An interview with world’s lightweight champion Carlos Ortiz

THE BLACK REVOLT IN AMERICA
An important shift in the strategy of the U.S. Negro

HUMOR BY CARTER HARMAN, FICTION BY JOSE LUIS GONZALEZ & ROBERT LEWIS, ART, THEATRE, BOOKS, RADIO-TV, FILMS, NIGHT LIFE, ATHLETICS, ETC.

APRIL 1964
Volume 1 Number 3

ARTICLES

SHOULD BOXING BE BANNED?     6
EL FANGUITO, Florángel Cárdenas     8
THE MYSTERY OF THE PLAIN PIGEON, Nathan Leopold    13
THE BLACKS IN AMERICA     15
THE JOYS & SORROWS OF RECONTRUCTION, Carter Harman     17
TENNIS AT THE CARIBE HILTON     35

FICTION

THERE’S A LITTLE COLORED BOY IN THE BOTTOM OF THE WATER, José Luis González     22
LITTLE VICTOR, Robert Lewis     24

DEPARTMENTS
DATEBOOK    Inside Front Cover
A NOTE FROM THE EDITORS    1
LETTERS    4
BOOKS    37
ART    38
THEATRE    42
FILMS    44
NIGHT LIFE    46
RADIO-TV    48

THE COVER: At first glance, Ana Babette Greenstein’s striking cover photo makes El Fanguito appear to be the Venice of the Caribbean. But the story behind the rickety shacks in the background is a tragic one, reflecting the degradation and despair which overpowers the inhabitants of this sprawling urban slum.

CREDITS: Cover and photos for El Fanguito story by Ana Babette Greenstein. Photos of Carlos Ortiz courtesy of Mr. Ortiz. Carlos Raquel Rivera’s engraving of El Fanguito courtesy of the artist and the Galería Colibrí. Van Elliott’s photo and drawings courtesy of Mr. Elliott. Photos in “Joys & Sorrows of Restoration” by Carter Harman. Tennis photos courtesy of the Caribe Hilton Swimming & Tennis Club. Lindsay Daen’s sculpture “The Lovers” courtesy of the artist. Oller’s painting and portrait courtesy of the Institue of Culture. Engravings by Levine, Gauguin and Roualt courtesy of La Casa del Arte. Félix Rodríguez Báez’s engraving of La Perla courtesy of the artist. Photo of René Marqués courtesy of Mr. Marqués. Photos of Messrs. Rechani, Sánchez and Arriví in Theatre section courtesy of Institute of Culture.

Editors: Augusto Font and Kal Wagenheim
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto
Art Director: Ernie Potvin
Advertising: Harry McQuire and Angel Cambó
Circulation: Ricardo Torres

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MAY 1964

A VOW TO OVERTHROW CASTRO
JURE leader Manuel Ray plans to be in Cuba by May 20

CONFESSIONS OF A BIBLIOMANIAC
What it’s like to be hooked on books

ARE WE REALLY OVERPOPULATED?
How planners are striving to avoid chaos

FICTION BY ABELARDO DIAZ ALFARO & PEDRO JUAN SOTO, HUMOR, ART, THEATRE, MUSIC, BOOKS, RADIO-TV, FILMS, NIGHT LIFE, ETC.

MAY 1964
Volume 1 Number 4

ARTICLES

THE MAN WHO VOWS TO CONQUER CASTRO    8
ARE WE REALLY OVERPOPULATED?    10
THE MIRACLE OF SABANA GRANDE, Margaret Staggs    16
ST. MAARTEN: A BID FOR PROSPERITY    19
CONFESSIONS OF A BIBLIOMANIAC, A.N. Arquist     21
THE TWENTYSECOND    26

FICTION

JOSCO, Abelardo Diaz Alfaro     14
THAT FRAGRANCE OF LONG AGO, Pedro Juan Soto     33

DEPARTMENTS

DATEBOOK     Inside Front Cover
A NOTE FROM THE EDITORS     1
LETTERS     2
ART: The First Federal Gallery    28
BUSINESS: The built-in trap     31
MUSIC: Our symphony Orchestra, James Lewis     38
THEATRE     40
FILMS: Bergman-Happy     42
NIGHT LIFE     45
RADIO-TV     46
BOOKS: Cultural Blitzkrieg     47

THE COVER: Four lovely young ballerinas are caught in repose during a practice session for the Ballets de San Juan, which concludes Puerto Rico’s 1964 Theatre Festival with four performances at the Tapia Theatre beginning May 7. The girls are Muñeca Aponte, Alba Calzada, Susan Homar and Sandra Marquéz. Cover photo and color photos of art, P. 28, by Robert Hamory of Pan American Design Co.

Editors: Augusto Font and Kal Wagenheim
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto
Art Director: Ernie Potvin
Advertising: Harry McQuire
Circulation: Ricardo Torres

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JUNE 1964

VIEQUES: TRAGIC ISLAND

FICTION BY EMILIO S. BELAVAL & WILLIAM KENNEDY, A TRIP TO GUADELOUPE, THE ELECTIONS IN CHILE, ART, THEATRE, MUSIC, BOOKS, FILM, RADIO-TV, ETC.

JUNE 1964
Volume 1 Number 5

ARTICLES

CHILE: MARXISM WITHOUT REVOLUTION?, Florángel Cárdenas    4
VIEQUES: TRAGIC ISLAND     7
GUADELOUPE: A FRENCH EXPERIENCE, William Hurst     21
A MEAL TO REMEMBER: ALMOST SINFULLY PLEASURABLE     24

FICTION

THE CONCEPT OF BEING TWENTY-TWO, William Kennedy     18
MONSONA QUINTANA’S PURPLE CHILD, Emilio S. Belaval     30

DEPARTMENTS

DATEBOOK     Inside Front Cover
A NOTE FROM THE EDITORS     1
LETTERS     2
BOOKS: The Dark-Skinned Puerto Ricans, Thomas Mathews     33
PRESS: A Geography Lesson     35
ART: Jazzin’ it up     38
MUSIC: Our Symphony Orchestra, James Lewis     39
THEATRE: The Theatre Festival, Juan Luis Márquez     41
NIGHT LIFT     45
FILMS: Poor Tom Jones     46
RADIO: Fighting City Hall     48

CREDITS: Cover photo by Manuel Reyes. Photos for Chile article from AP Feature Service. Vieques photos by Manuel Reyes. Luis Conde and U.S. Navy, Illustration for Emilio S. Belaval’s story by Carlos Raquel Rivera. Illustration for William Kennedy’s story by Max Frye. Photo of “A Meal To Remember” by William Chan.

Editors: Augusto Font and Kal Wagenheim
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto
Art Director: Ernie Potvin
Advertising: Harry McQuire
Circulation: Ricardo Torres

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JULY 1964

1898: The turning point for “Porto Rico”

JULY 1964
Volume 1 Number 6

ARTICLES

ON THE DANGERS OF WRITING A BOOK ON PUERTO RICO, Gordon Lewis     6
1898: THE TURNING POINT, Kal Wagenheim     10
GENERAL MILES’ EXPEDITION, Capt. Angel Rivero     14
SOLDIER, Carl Sandburg     17
GIN’RAL MILES’ PICNIC IN PORTHER RICKEY, Peter Finley Dunne     22
CAPTAIN RIVERO’S DIARY OF THE WAR     27

FICTION

A CROWN FOR JULIAN, Riley Martin     30

DEPARTMENTS

DATEBOOK     Inside Front Cover
A NOTE FROM THE EDITORS     2
LETTERS     4
BUSINESS: An Imaginative Posture; Harold Lidin     33
THEATRE: A Lively July     34
FILMS:     37
ART: Galería Campeche’s Young Artists     38
BOOKS: An Island Grows; Earl Parker Hanson     41
RADIO-TV: Good Evening, Mr. Shapiro; Jane Alderdice     43
MUSIC: The Festival; James Lewis     45
NIGHT LIFE     47
COMESTIBLES: The Salón Real; Robert Hamory     48

Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto
Art Director: Ernie Potvin

CREDITS: Illustration for “A Crown for Julian” by George Mabuchi, photos of paintings in art section by Manuel Reyes, drawing for music section by Nina Lejet.

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AUGUST 1964

THE DUKE OF BUEN CONSEJO
OR: “How to Beautify Our Slums”
PLUS: The Puerto Rican Identity Problem; Hato Rey – The New Center of San Juan;Reports from Venezuela and Santo Domingo; Fiction by Robert Friedman an Salvador M. de Jesús and mucho more
AUGUST 1964
Volume 1 Number 7

ARTICLES

REPORT FROM SANTO DOMINGO, Howard J. Wiarda     6
HATO REY: THE NEW CENTER OF SAN JUAN, Thomas S. Marvel     9
VENEZUELA’S INTELLECTUAL LEFT, Manuel Maldonado-Denis     14
THE PUERTO RICAN IDENTITY PROBLEM, Celeste Benitez and Robert F. Rexach     21
THE DUKE OF BUEN CONSEJO, Leopold Kohr     24
NO MAN WAS EVER BURNED TO DEATH IN ARROYO, Ramón F. Antonetti     29
WHY DON’T YOU RINSE YOUR HAIR IN STALE CHAMPAGNE?, Jane Alderdice     32
WORLD’S FAIR PRIZE-WINNING PHOTOS     38

FICTION

A DAY WITH THE PAGANS: Irwin Robert Friedman     18
SWAMP TEARS, Salvador M. de Jesús     30

DEPARTMENTS

DATEBOOK     Inside Front Cover
A NOTE FROM THE EDITORS     1
LETTERS     3
PRESS: Foro Libre and Mañana     37
COMESTIBLES: A Soup’s Tour of San Juan; Robert Hamory     40
BOOKS: Oscar Lewis’ New Quest; Pedro Juan Soto     41
MUSIC: James Lewis     42
THEATRE: Barefoot in the Park; Juan Luis Márquez     43
FILMS: Dr. Strangelove     44
NIGHT LIFE     45
ART     46

Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto
Art Director: Ernie Potvin
Director of Sales: Richard J. Friedman
Administrator: Paulette Pelletier

CREDITS: Illustrations pp. 9-13 by Thomas S. Marvel, reproduction of Augusto Marin’s painting of p. 21 courtesy of the artist and the owner, William J. Levitt, Jr.  Drawings on cover and for “Duke of Buen Consejo” article by Lon Lake. Illustration for “A Day With the Pagáns” by George Mabuchi. Photo p. 29 by Ramón F. Antonetti. Translation of “Swamp Tears” by Patricia Vallés, illustration by Ernie Potvin.

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SEPTEMBER 1964

“TWO TURNS OF A KEY AND AN ARCHANGEL”: A STORY BY RENE MARQUES

¡REVOLUTION SI! SAYS A LEADING MEXICAN NOVELIST

HOW TO WIN $5,000 A YEAR AT THE RACETRACK

PLUS: More fiction, articles and complete coverage of films, theatre, music, night life, books and art.

SEPTEMBER 1964
Volume 1 Number 8

ARTICLES

WHITHER LATIN AMERICA?, Carlos Fuentes     5
HOW TO BEAT THE RACES, Wally Walkup     13
ARUBA, Kal Wagenheim     21
BENEATH PUERTO RICAN WATERS, Chuck Bangert     26
POST HASTE, Joaquín     33
QUEEN FOR A DAY, Jane Alderdice     34

FICTION

TWO TURNS OF A KEY AND AN ARCHANGEL, René Marqués     18
DEATH HAS THE FLOOR, Edmundo Valadés     30

DEPARTMENTS

DATEBOOK     Inside Front Cover
LETTERS     2
BRIC-A-BRAC     3
MUSIC: Two New Recordings, James Lewis     36
BOOKS: Proceso en Diciembre, Lee Robinson     38
FILMS     41
ART:     42
THEATRE: Juan Luis Márquez     44
NIGHT LIFE     46
COMESTIBLES: ‘L Elegante, Robert Hamory     48

Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto
Art Director: Ernie Potvin
Director of Sales: Richard J. Friedman
Administrator: Paulette Pelletier
CREDITS: Illustration for cover introduction of René Marqués’ story by Rafael Tufiño. Photos for racing story and art section by Bill Chan. Aruba photos by Kal Wagenheim and Aruban Tourist Bureau. Illustration for “Post Haste” by Joaquín. Skindiving photos by Bill Brown. Illustration for “Death has the Floor” by Ernie Potvin. Photo of “Hatful of Rain” by Efrain González. Photos of “My Fair Lady” by Conrad Eiger.

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OCTOBER 1964

A TALK WITH THE CANDIDATES
Exclusive interviews with the men who want to be Governor

THE CASE FOR PEACEFUL REVOLUTION
Teodoro Moscoso answers Carlos Fuentes’ attack on the Alliance

A PURITAN IN BABYLON
Gordon Lewis reviews two books about Governor Muñoz

PLUS: FICTION, ART, MUSIC, FILMS, NIGHT LIFE, HUMOR, COMESTIBLES AND MUCHO MORE

Photo by Bill Chan
Nude by Domingo García: see story p. 51

OCTOBER 1964
Volume 1, Number 9

ARTICLES

THE CASE FOR PEACEFUL REVOLUTION, Teodoro Moscoso     10
A TALK WITH THE CANDIDATES     12
THE SPIRIT OF INSULAR POLITICS, Robert W. Anderson     18
THE IDENTITY PROBLEM: PART TWO, Nilita Vientós Gastón     37
MAN ON THE MOON, Joaquín     40

FICTION

YES, Dalmiro Sáenz     22
BLACK SUN, Emilio Díaz Valcárcel     34

DEPARTMENTS

DATEBOOK     Inside Front Cover
LETTERS     2
THEATRE: Juan Luis Márquez     42
MUSIC: James Lewis     44
BOOKS: Two volumes on Governor Muñoz, Gordon Lewis; a Goldwater biography, Kal Wagenheim     46
ART: Domingo García Speaks Out, Jane Alderdice     51
FILMS     54
NIGHT LIFE     55
COMESTIBLES: The Turf, Robert Hamory     56

Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto
Art Director: Ernie Potvin
Director of Sales: Richard J. Friedman
Administrator: Paulette Pelletier

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NOVEMBER 1964

THE ADDICT
A frank evaluation of the growing problem of drug addiction in Puerto Rico

PLUS: Crime and Punishment by Nathan Leopold, Fiction, Music, Art, Films, Night Life, Theatre, Comestibles and mucho more

NOVEMBER 1964
Volume 1, Number 10

ARTICLES

ARTIFICIAL PARADISE: THE PROBLEM OF ADDICTION IN PUERTO RICO     6
THE ADDICT: A CONFESSION     12
CRIME AND PUNISHMENT, Nathan Leopold     16
PUERTO RICO’S PRISON SYSTEM, Robert Hamory     18
TO FLY’S THE THING, George Moberg     26

FICTION

THE BANQUET, Hal Underhill     22
BAGAZO, Abelardo Díaz Alfaro     34

DEPARTMENTS

A NOTE FROM THE EDITORS     1
DATEBOOK     5
MUSIC: James Lewis     46
THEATRE: The Bard of San Cristóbal     48
NIGHT LIFE     50
COMESTIBLES: The Nutrition Gap, Robert Hamory     51
BOOKS: Cuba; The Economic and Social Revolution, Robert J. Alexander     53
ART: La Casa del Arte’s Third Anniversary, Jane Alderdice     54

Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto
Art Director: Ernie Potvin
Director of Sales: Richard J. Friedman
Administrator: Paulette Pelletier

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CHRISTMAS (DECEMBER) 1964

FELICIDADES

DECEMBER 1964
Volume 1, Number 11

ARTICLES

GRABADOS FOR CHRISTMAS     14
LAS NAVIDADES, Virginia Matters     22
ACE HARLYN, REMARKABLE MAN, Max Frye     26
REPORT FROM BOGOTA, Manuel Maldonado-Denis     53

FICTION

THE MAN FROM THE ROSY CORNER, Jorge Luis Borges     30
SCRIBBLINGS, Pedro Juan Soto     50

DEPARTMENTS

DATEBOOK     4
A NOTE FROM THE EDITORS     7
LETTERS     8
ART: The “Pop” World of Aundrey Dalrymple, Jane Alderdice     58
NIGHT LIFE     62
THEATRE: Two Reviews and a Requiescat, Juan Luis Márquez     65
MUSIC: Discs from the Institute, James Lewis     68
BOOKS: Forge and Bellows, Lee Robinson     70
BUSINESS: Before the Flood, Jerome Mahoney     74
PRESS: Kal Wagenheim     76
FILMS     78
COMESTIBLES: A Christmas Feast, Robert Hamory     79

Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto
Art Director: Ernie Potvin
Director of Sales: Richard J. Friedman
Administrator: Paulette Pelletier

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JANUARY 1965

COPPER: THE BILLION-DOLLAR SECRET
A “poor little island” finds that it’s not so poor at all

JANUARY 1965
Volume 1, Number 12

ARTICLES

COPPER: THE BILLION-DOLLAR SECRET/Kal Wagenheim     5
WHAT OF THE SHIP OF COMMONWEALTH STATE?/Pedro Juan Soto     9
THE RACIAL CRISIS IN BRITISH GUIANA/Irving Peter Pflaum     14
DOWN WITH BERMUDA SHORTS!/Jane Alderdice     25

FICTION

THE MAN AND HIS GREEN HORST/Antonio Márquez Salas     18
A LEAD COFFIN THAT COULDN’T BE OPENED/José Luis González     21

DEPARTMENTS

A NOTE FROM THE EDITORS: The Humble People     1
DATEBOOK     3
LETTERS     3
BUSINESS: Adios, Horatio Alger/Hal Underhill     27
ART: The Esso Contest; Tuesday the 13th     29
BOOKS: The Alien/Lee Robinson     33
FILMS: The UPR Festival     34
MUSIC: The Paradox of Opera/James Lewis     35
THEATRE: Juan Luis Márquez     37
NIGHT LIFE     39
COMESTIBLES: La Media Noche/Robert Hamory     40

Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto
Art Director: Ernie Potvin
Director of Sales: Richard J. Friedman
Administrator: Paulette Pelletier

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First Anniversary Issue
FEBRUARY 1965

PUERTO RICO: A CULTURAL FRONTIER
The Protestant Ethic and dignidad are not always compatible

JAMAICA: EDEN HAS ITS TROUBLES
The hounds of overpopulation yap at the heels of progress

LATIN AMERICA: POLITICAL DILEMMA
Moderate reformists tread cautiously between left and right

PLUS: FICTION, ART, MUSIC, FILMS, NIGHT LIFE, HUMOR, COMESTIBLES AND MUCHO MORE

Contents
FEBRUARY 1965
Vol. 2, No. 1

Articles

Doing Business on the Culture Frontier—Virginia Montero Seplowin     6
The Dilemma of the Democratic Left—Robert W. Anderson     9
Jamaica—Hal Underhill     12
The Coins of Puerto Rico—Jane Alderdice     26

Fiction

Salón Boricua—Edwin Figueroa    18
A Man and a Wall—Mario Monteforte Toledo     22

Departments

Datebook     2
Letters     4
Press     29
Books—Lee Robinson, Kal Wagenheim     31
Music—James Lewis     33
Art     35
Comestibles—Robert J. Hamory     38
Nightlife     39

Staff

Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font. Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto. Contributing Editors: James Lewis (Music), Juan Luis Márquez (Theatre), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles).

The Cover

Photographed by Ana Babette Greenstein and designed by Antonio Moreno this month’s cover shows sculptor Compostela’s “Penguinized” humans in a classically comical situation. See the Art column for more on Compostela.

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MARCH 1965

“IN NEW YORK YOU GET SWALLOWED BY A HORSE” BY OSCAR LEWIS. AN INTERVIEW WITH RAFAEL FERRER. FICTION BY JUAN RULFO AND EMILIO S. BELAVAL AND MUCHO MORE…

Contents
MARCH 1965
Vol. 2, No. 1

SJR Interviews sculptor Rafael Ferrer     9
Orchids—They’re blooming     10
In New York You Get Swallowed by a Horse—Oscar Lewis     13
Humor by Joaquín     22
The Modern Bathroom—Jane Alderdice     23
Tell Them Not to Kill Me—Juan Rulfo     17
Biography—Emilio S. Belaval     19
Datebook     2
Editorial     3
Letters     4
Almanac—Wenceslao Serra Deliz     1
Business–Helen V. Tooker     25
Books—Lee Robinson, Ramón Sanchez     27
Art—Ernesto Ruiz de la Mata     30
Music—James Lewis     33
Films     36
Night Life     38
Comestibles—Robert Hamory     38

Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font. Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto. Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruiz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Juan Luis Márquez (Theatre), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), Wenceslao Serra Deliz (Almanac). Buisness Administrator: Carlos J. Gallisá. President, Board of Directors of the corporation: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez.

The Cover

Sculptor Rafael Ferrer’s “Typewriter No. 1,” photographed for the Review by Eric F. Hansen, highlights this month’s cover. Ferrer’s controversial work will be on view in a one-man exhibit scheduled to open at La Casa del Arte on March 5. See page 9 for and interview with the artist.

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APRIL 1965 (N/A)

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MAY 1965

IS REASON TREASON?
Why economic growth threatens national identity

THE PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY
100,000 new jobs for Puerto Rico?

PLUS: FICTION, ART, MUSIC, NIGHT LIFE, COMESTIBLES, HUMOR, SPORTS, ETC.

Contents
MAY 1965
Vol. 2 No. 4

Features

Petrochemicals: 100,000 New Jobs for Puerto Rico? Augusto Font    10
Is Reason Treason? Leopold Kohr     13
Chegui: The Underdogs’ Champ, Jimmy Cannon     21
Dante: Central Man of All The World, Kal Wagenheim     23
The Stateside Bar, Charles Connelly     33
Desert Song, Jane Alderdice     34

Fiction

The Light of a Match, Salvador M. De Jesús     17
The Inquiry, Silvano Suárez     19

Departments

Datebook     1
Editorial     4
Letters     4
Almanac, Wenceslao Serra Deliz     6
Books, Reviews by Lee Robinson and Bob Le Roy Robinson     40
Art, Ernesto Ruíz de la Mata     43
Theatre, Juan Luis Márques     45
Music, James Lewis     49
Night Life     31
Comestibles, Robert J. Hamory     52

STAFF
Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font.
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto.
Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruiz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Juan Luis Márquez (Theatre), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), Wenceslao Serra Deliz (Almanac).

San Juan Review Publishing Corp.
Board Chairman: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez.
Vice President, Sales: Ramon Ruíz Cestero.
Administrator: Carlos Gallisá.

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JUNE 1965

EDUCACIóN IN PUERTO RICO
“We need more of everything!” is the cry of teachers, children and parents as Puerto Rico struggles through the critical era of rising expectations.

Contents
JUNE 1965
Vol. 2 No. 5

Special Education Issue

Features
Education in Puerto Rico, Kal Wagenheim     5
Embarking on a New Adventure, Carlos J. Lastra and Luis A. Passalacqua     10
SJR Interviews the Secretary of Education     13
Is a New Strategy Needed?, Peter E. Pflaum     17
Educational TV, Sylvia Viera,     19
UPR: Will It Get Worse?, José Arsenio Torres     22
Berkeley: Can It Happen Here? Robert W. Anderson     25
A Gap In Puerto Rican Education, Maria Teresa Babin     27
The “English Problem” , Adrian L. Hull     30
Goodby, Pumpkin, Joel Magruder     33
Confession of a Schoolteacher     37
“If I Had It All to Do Over…” Enrique A. Laguerre     41
Feiffer on Education     43
The Case for Private School, Jane Alderdice     46
Libraries: Are They a Luxury? Toby Sánchez     53
The College Board, Adolfo Fortier     55
Is Spanish in Danger? SJR interviews Rubén del Rosario     59
Puerto Ricans in New York, John B. King     63
Education in the Caribbean, Thomas Mathews     65
Bi-lingualism, Luis Rodríguez Morales     69
Fiction
Peyo Merce, English Teacher, Abelardo Díaz Alfaro     44

Departments
Datebook     4
Business, Augusto Font     77
Almanac, Wenceslao Serra Deliz     79
Books, Lee Robinson     80
Art, Ernest Ruíz de la Mata     81
Music, James Lewis     84
Night Life     87

Staff
Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font.
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto.
Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruíz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Juan Luis Márquez (Theatre), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), Wenceslao Serra Deliz (Almanac).

San Juan Review Publishing Corp.
Board Chairman: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez.
Vice President, Sales: Ramon Ruíz Cestero.
Administrator: Carlos Gallisá.

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JULY 1965

THE DOMINICAN FRACAS
Did U.S. Intervention Stop or Help Communism?

Roar Lion Roar
Irvin Faust’s Tragic Tale of a New York Puerto Rican

Plus: Fiction by Luis Rafael Sánchez, Two Offbeat Vacation Spots, Books, Art, Night Life, etc.

Contents
JULY 1965
Vol. 2 No. 6
Features
The Dominican Fracas, Kal Wagenheim     5
Internal Tourism, Hal Underhill     18
Two Offbeat Spots to Stay in Puerto Rico, Horst Buchholz and Robert J. Hamory     18
Humor by Jules Feiffer     21, 26

Fiction
Roar Lion Roar, Irvin Faust     22
It Tastes of Paradise, Luis Rafael Sánchez     29

Departments
Datebook     3
Letters     4
Almanac, Wenceslao Serra Deliz     14
Books, Lee Robinson     35
Music     37
Theatre     39
Business, Augusto Font     38
Art, Ernesto Ruíz de la Mata     44
Night Life     47
Comestibles, Robert J. Hamory     48

Staff
Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font.
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto.
Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruíz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Juan Luis Márquez (Theatre), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), Wenceslao Serra Deliz (Almanac).

San Juan Review Publishing Corp.
Board Chairman: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez.
Vice President, Sales: Ramon Ruíz Cestero.
Administrator: Carlos Gallisá.

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AUGUST 1965

A NEW CAPITAL FOR PUERTO RICO?
An urban planner favors moving to the mountains

PSEUDO-AUTONOMY
A lawyer examines Puerto Rico’s present status

Plus: Fiction by René Marqués, Humor by Jules Feiffer, Art, Music, Night Life, Theatre, Comestibles, Etc.
Contents
AUGUST 1965
Vol. 2 No. 7

Features
An Encounter: Two viewpoints     9
Pseudo-Autonomy, Lcdo. Rafael V. Pérez-Marchand     13
A New Capital for Puerto Rico?, Francisco Watlingtoni     18
Humor by Jules Feiffer     21
The Man Who Lost One Eye Twice, Charles Connelly     27

Fiction
Purification on Cristo Street, René Marqués     22

Departments
Datebook     2
Letters     4
Almanac, Wenceslao Serra Deliz     30
Books: reviews by Manuel Alvarado Garcés, Jesús Cambre Mariño, Kal Wagenheim     41
Music, James Lewis     43
Night Life     47
Comestibles, Robert J. Hamory     48

Staff
Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font.
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto.
Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruíz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), Wenceslao Serra Deliz (Almanac).

San Juan Review Publishing Corp.
Board Chairman: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez.
Vice President, Sales: Ramon Ruíz Cestero.
Administrator: Carlos Gallisá.

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SEPTEMBER 1965

DOES SMALL BUSINESS HURT PROGRESS?

PUERTO RICO’S CUBAN COLONY

THE WORLD OF LORENZO HOMAR

Plus: Fiction by Ramón Ferreira & Emilio Díaz Valcárcel, Humor by Jules Feiffer, Books, Music, Night Life, Comestibles and a special Old San Juan supplement

Contents
SEPTEMBER 1965
Vol. 2 No. 8

Features
The Cubans in Puerto Rico, Virginia Montero Seplowin     8
The World of Lorenzo Homar, Ernesto Ruíz de la Mata     13
Does Small Business Hurt Progress? Joseph K. Summers     17
Humor by Jules Feiffer     19, 36

See the special 24-page Old San Juan Supplement beginning after page 22.

Fiction
A Color for that Fear, Ramón Ferreira     20
Damian Sanchez, G.I., Emilio Díaz Valcárcel     23

Departments
Datebook     2
Letters     4
Books, Reviews by Riley Martin, Lee Robinson, Ursula M. von Eckardt, Charles Corbett     34
Almanac, Wenceslao Serra Deliz     40
Music, James Lewis     42
Night Life     43
Comestibles, Robert J. Hamory     44

Staff
Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font.
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto.
Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruíz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), Wenceslao Serra Deliz (Almanac).
Art Director: Jerry Boettcher

San Juan Review Publishing Corp.
Board Chairman: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez.
Vice President, Sales: Ramon Ruíz Cestero.
Administrator: Carlos Gallisá.

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OCTOBER 1965

DO PUERTO RICANS BELIEVE IN LIFE INSURANCE?

GRANADA IN CHA-CHA TIME

THE ART OF FRANCISCO RODON

Plus: Fiction by Pedro Juan Soto & Lavoisier Lamar, Humor by Jules Feiffer, Books, Music, Art, Films, Modern Living, Townscape, Night Life & Comestibles.

Contents
OCTOBER 1965
Vol. 2 No. 9

Features
The Life Insurance Boom, Augusto Font     9
Granada in Cha-Cha Time, Riley Martin     17
Bring Your Own Castanets, Jane Alderdice     29
Humor by Jules Feiffer     21, 28

Fiction
The Too Good Bargain, Lavoisier Lamar     22
Champ, Pedro Juan Soto     26

Departments
Datebook     4
Letters     7
Bric-a-Brac, A.N. Arquist     6
Sports, Adrian L. Hull     8
Books, Review by Sidney W. Mintz     30
Films, Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata     38
Music, James Lewis     39
Modern Living, Penny Maldonado     40
Townscape, John B. Frazier     42
Art, Ernesto Ruiz de la Mata     44
Nightlift     47
Comestibles, Robert J. Hamory     48

Staff
Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto
Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruíz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), A.N. Arquist (Bric-a-Brac), Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata (Films), Penny Maldonado (Modern Living), Adrian L. Hull (Sports).
Art Director: Jerry Boettcher

San Juan Review Publishing Corp.
Board Chairman: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez.
Vice President, Sales and Administration: Ramón Ruíz Cestero.

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NOVEMBER 1965

POWER STRUGGLE IN THE POPULAR PARTY
An insider’s view of the battle between two generations

V’SOSKE OF VEGA BAJA
Carpetmaker for the Shah of Iran and the White House

TOWARDS A RATIONAL HOUSING PARTY
Why Puerto Rico needs a cabinet-level housing executive

PLUS: Fiction by Ramón Sender & Emilio S. Belaval, Humor by Jules Feiffer, Art, Books, Films, Music, Sports, Modern Living, Night Life.

Contents
NOVEMBER 1965
Vol. 2 No. 10

Features
Power Struggle in The Popular Party, Pablo García-Kuenzli     10
Who’s Who in The Popular Party, The Editors     13
V’Soske of Vega Baja, Jane Alderdice     16
Wanted: A Rational Housing Policy, Charles A. Frankenhoff     29
Humor by Jules Feiffer     7, 27

Fiction
Spectralia, Emilio S. Belaval     20
The Vulture, Ramón Sender     25

Departments
Datebook     4
Letters     6
Bric-a-Brac, A.N. Arquist     7
Business, Joseph K. Summers     33
Books, Reviews by María Teresa Babín, Sonia Díaz de Robinson, John Deck, Lee Robinson, Kal Wagenheim, Charles V. Lewis     35
Townscape, John B. Frazier     40
Education, Lee Robinson     41
Films, Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata     42
Modern Living, Penny M. Maldonado     43
Sports, Adrian L. Hull     44
Art, Ernesto Ruíz de la Mata     45
Night Life     47
Comestibles, Robert J. Hamory     48

Staff
Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto
Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruíz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), A.N. Arquist (Bric-a-Brac), Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata (Films), Penny Maldonado (Modern Living), Adrian L. Hull (Sports).
Art Director: Jerry Boettcher

San Juan Review Publishing Corp.
Board Chairman: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez.
Vice President, Sales and Administration: Ramón Ruíz Cestero.

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DECEMBER 1965

Felicidades

Contents
DECEMBER 1965
Vol. 2, No 11

Features
Puerto Rico’s “Happiness” Industry, Augusto Font     10
A New Book on Island Art     16
The Art of Rafael Tufiño, Ernesto Ruiz de la Mata     18
Are The Poor Getting Poorer?, José Villamil     32
Humor by Jules Feiffer     9, 33
Pava Prints, Jane Alderdice     35

Fiction
Encarnacion Mendoza’s Christmas Eve, Juan Bosch     25
Bitter Root, Edwin Figueroa     29

Departments
Datebook     4
Letters     7
Bric-a-Brac, A.N. Arquist     8
Almanac, Helen V. Tooker     13
Books, Reviews by Riley Martin, Irving Peter Pflaum, Kal Wagenheim, Jesús Cambré Mariño, Naomi Jackson     38
Sports, Adrian L. Hull     47
Education, Lee Robinson     49
Townscape, John B. Frazier     51
Films, Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata     52
Theatre, Juan Luis Márquez     53
Night Life     56

Staff
Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto
Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruiz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), A.N. Arquist (Bric-a-Brac), Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata (Films), Penny Maldonado (Modern Living), Adrian L. Hull (Sports), Juan Luis Márquez (Theatre).
Art Director: Jerry Boettcher

San Juan Review Publishing Corp.
Board Chairman: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez
Vice President, Sales and Administration: Ramón Ruiz Cestero

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JANUARY 1966

SJR’S 1965 JOURNALISM AWARDS

TRAPPED: The problem of schizophrenia among Puerto Rico’s poor

SANTO DOMINGO: Excerpts from Juan Bosch’s new book

PLUS: Fiction by José Luis González & Joaquín Gallegos Lara, Humor by Jules Feiffer, Books, Music, Art, Night Life, Comestibles & IBEC Housing Supplement.

Contents
JANUARY 1966
Vol. 2, No 12

Features
SJR’s 1965 Journalism Awards
The Good Old Days, Helen V. Tooker     9
Unfinished Experiment, — Juan Bosch     13
Trapped: A Study of Schizophrenia     15
The Art of Alberty, Ernesto Ruíz de la Mata     36
Humor by Jules Feiffer     25

Fiction
The Strange Pair,  Joaquín Gallegos Lara     23
The Letter, José Luis González     26

Departments
Datebook     2
Letters     4
Books, Reviews by Irving Peter Pflaum, Lee Robinson, Kal Wagenheim     7
Almanac, Helen V. Tooker     35
Townscape, John B. Frazier     40
Education, Lee Robinson     41
Sports, Adrian L. Hull     42
Music, James Lewis     43
Films, Beatriz Ruíz de la Mata     44
Night Life     47
Comestibles, Robert J. Hamory     48

Staff
Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto
Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruiz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), A.N. Arquist (Bric-a-Brac), Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata (Films), Penny Maldonado (Modern Living), Adrian L. Hull (Sports), Juan Luis Márquez (Theatre).
Art Director: Jerry Boettcher

San Juan Review Publishing Corp.
Board Chairman: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez
Vice President, Sales and Administration: Ramón Ruiz Cestero

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FEBRUARY 1966
Second Anniversary Issue

Is Progress a Myth?
If progress is a probem to those doing the selling, it is more so to those doing the buying

The Art of Augusto Marín
A portfolio of recent work by one of the island’s outstanding artists

Contents
FEBRUARY 1966
Vol. 3, No. 1

Features
Where Will the Poor Live? Virginia Montero Seplowini     8
The Rise and Fall of Roberto Sanchez Vileilla, Antonio Martorell     11
The Art of Augusto Marin, Ernesto Ruiz de la Mata     16
Lorenzo’s Shark, Eduardo Esteves     25
Night Life in Puerto Rico, Robert J. Hamory with photos by Roberto Iñesta     28
Inside the Ringside, Carter Harman     34
Is Progress a Myth? Barry Levine     39

Fiction
Peace in the Mountains, Rómulo Gallegos     23
Figgy Blue, William Kennedy     36

Departments
Datebook     2
Books, Reviews by Lee Robinson, Sidney W. Mintz, Robert W. Anderson, Kal Wagenheim     4
Almanac, Helen V. Tooker     7
Townscape, John B. Frazier     42
Films, Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata     43
Sports, Adrian L. Hull     44
Music, James Lewis     45

Staff
Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto
Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruiz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), A.N. Arquist (Bric-a-Brac), Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata (Films), Penny Maldonado (Modern Living), Adrian L. Hull (Sports), Juan Luis Márquez (Theatre).
Art Director: Jerry Boettcher

San Juan Review Publishing Corp.
Board Chairman: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez
Vice President, Sales and Administration: Ramón Ruiz Cestero

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MARCH 1966

THE CARIBBEAN CRISIS
Six articles exploring the troubled past, present & future of Haiti, Cuba and the Dominican Republic

GUATEMALA’S ELECTIONS
An exiled presidential candidate analyzes the chances for democracy vs. the right and left extremes
PLUS: Fiction by Beverly Nieves, Humor by Jules Feiffer, Books, Music, Art, Theatre, & Films.

Contents
MARCH 1966
Vol. 3 No. 2

Features
The Caribbean Crisis: Dominican Republic, Haiti & Cuba, articles by Roger N. Baldwin, James Nelson Goodsell, Gerard Latortuc, Rufo López Fresquet, Luis A. Passalacqua and Kal Wagenheim     3
Election in Guatemala,  by Carlos Villagrán Kramer     8
Progress & Personality,  by Barry Bernard Levine     12
The Art of Hernandez Cruz,  by Ernesto Ruíz de la Mata     15

Fiction
Snark’s Way, by Beverly Nieves     19

Departments
Education     2
Datebook     1
Theatre, by Joan Farabow McMurray     36
Music, by James Lewis     37
Sports, Adrian L. Hull     37
Books, Review by Robert W. Anderson     38

Staff
Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Associate Editor: Pedro Juan Soto
Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruiz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), A.N. Arquist (Bric-a-Brac), Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata (Films), Penny Maldonado (Modern Living), Adrian L. Hull (Sports), Juan Luis Márquez (Theatre).
Art Director: Jerry Boettcher

San Juan Review Publishing Corp.
Board Chairman: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez
Vice President, Sales and Administration: Ramón Ruiz Cestero

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APRIL 1966

THE WAR OF THE FLEA
A warning about guerilla warfare in Central and Latin America

TEACH-INS & TEACH-OUTS
Two university students defend the right to dissent on campus

CARNIVAL!

Contents
APRIL 1966
Vol. 3 No. 3

Features
Nechodoma: Mystery Architect, Helen V. Tooker     6
Teach-Ins & Teach-Outs, Marco A. Rigau, Jr. and Stephen C. Schlesinger     11
The War of the Flea, Robert Taber     41
Progress & Personality III,  Barry Bernard Levine     26
Carnival, Photos by Edward Miller     30

Fiction
Tin Can, B. Traven     21

Datebook     1
Editorial     2
Almanac, Helen V. Tooker     4
Books, Reviews by Riley Martin & Lee Robinson     5
Music, James Lewis     33
Sports, Adrian L. Hull     34
Townscape, John B. Frazier     35
Comestibles, Robert J. Hamory     36
Films, Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata     37
Press, Kal Wagenheim     38
Education, Lee Robinson     40

Staff
Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruiz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata (Films), Adrian L. Hull (Sports), Juan Luis Márquez (Theater), John B. Frazier (Townscape).
Art Director: Jerry Boettcher

San Juan Review Publishing Corp.
Board Chairman: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez

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MAY 1966

REPORT FROM SANTO DOMINGO
Another try at democracy in the troubled Dominican Republic

DO NEWSPAPERS EVER LIE?
A comparison between El Mundo and the New York Times

PLUS: Humor by Jules Feiffer, Fiction, Books, Art, Films, Sports

Contents
MAY 1966
Vol. 3, No. 4

Features
Report From Santo Domingo, Florángel Cárdenas     7
Juan Bosch: Man on a Tight Rope, Kal Wagenheim     13
Puerto Rico’s Cooperatives, Joseph K. Summers     17
British Guiana Faces Independence,  Robert W. Harper     20
Education in Latin America,  I. Rodríguez Bou     23
The Art of Marichal,  Ernesto J. Ruíz de la Mata     41

Fiction
Cuba Libre, Faye Needham     29

Editorial     4
Books,  Reviews by Lee Robinson, Kal Wagenheim     3
Films,  Beatriz Ruíz de la Mata     34
Almanac, Helen V. Tooker     36
Townscape,  John B. Frazier     38
Datebook     45
Sports,  Adrian Hull     46

Staff
Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Art Director: Jerry Boettcher
Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruiz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata (Films), Adrian L. Hull (Sports), Juan Luis Márquez (Theater), John B. Frazier (Townscape).

San Juan Review Publishing Corp.
Board Chairman: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez

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JUNE 1966
ADAM CLAYTON POWELL
A close-up view of “creature of the ghetto”

THE WEST INDIES
“Everybody going for independence… Singularly.”

Contents
JUNE 1966
Vol. 3 No. 4

Features
Adam, Kenneth B. Clark     8
The West Indies After the Federation, Thomas Mathews     12
Education & Manpower in Puerto Rico: I, William H. Knowles     23
A Hot Dog, A Cigarette and Thou,  Jane Alderdice     29

Fiction, Poetry
My Horse, Poetry by Nemesio R. Canales; translation by Ramón A. Gadea Picó     11
Neo-Rican Lesson, Poetry drawings by Jaime Carrero     17
Counterpoise, Short story by Ernest Carr     20

Departments
Datebook     2
Editorial     3
Letters     4
Education, Lee Robinson     31
Sports, Adrian L. Hull     32
Films, Beatríz Ruiz de la Mata     33
Books     35
Almanac, Helen V. Tooker     40
Art, Ernesto J. Ruiz de la Mata     41

Staff
Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Art Director: Jerry Boettcher
Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruiz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata (Films), Adrian L. Hull (Sports), Juan Luis Márquez (Theater), John B. Frazier (Townscape).

San Juan Review Publishing Corp.
Board Chairman: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez

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JULY 1966
WERE THE DOMINICAN ELECTIONS HONEST?
Interviews with on-the-spot observers

THE LONELINESS OF LUIS MUNOZ RIVERA
By Dr. Arturo Morales-Carrion

PLUS: Humor by Jules Feiffer, Fiction, Books, Art, Films, Sports

Contents
JULY 1966
Vol. 3 No. 6

Features
Highways: Dead end Solution? Dilip R. Jhaveri     9
Were the Dominican Elections Honest?     12
The Loneliness of Luis Muñoz Rivera, Arturo Morales Carrión     17
Manpower & Education in Puerto Rico, William H. Knowles     23

Departments
Music, Carter Harman     2
Editorial     3
Letters     5
Townscape, John B. Frazier     32
Books     34
Sports, Adrian L. Hull     38
Films, Beatriz Ruíz de la Mata     39
Art, Ernesto J. Ruíz de la Mata     41
Datebook     45

Staff
Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Art Director: Jerry Boettcher
Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruiz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata (Films), Adrian L. Hull (Sports), Juan Luis Marquez (Theater), John B. Frazier (Townscape).

San Juan Review Publishing Corp.
Board Chairman: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez

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AUGUST 1966

THE DISAPPEARED VIRGINS
How the Puerto Rican press “lost its cool” over the Cubans
SPIRITUALISM IN PUERTO RICO
Nathan Leopold explores its impact among the educated

PLUS: Humor by Jules Feiffer, Fiction, Books, Arts, Films, Sports

Contents
AUGUST 1966
Vol. 3 No. 7

Features
The Disappeared Virgins, Kal Wagenheim     6
The Kid’s First Fight,  Pete Hamill     14
Heirs or Orphans, Elly de Broen-Foote     20
Spiritualism in Puerto Rico, Nathan Leopold     26
The Military in Latin America,  John J. Johnson     29

Fiction
Dutch Treat, Williard Marsh     23

Departments
Datebook     2
Letters     3
Townscape, John B. Frazier     33
Sports,  Adrian L. Hull     34
Almanac,  Helen V. Tooker     35
Films,  Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata     36
Books     38
Art, Ernesto J. Ruiz de la Mata     41

Staff
Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Art Director: Jerry Boettcher
Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruiz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata (Films), Juan Luis Marquez (Theater), John B. Frazier (Townscape), Adrian L. Hull (Sports).

San Juan Review Publishing Corp.
Board Chairman: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez

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SEPTEMBER 1966

PUERTO RICO’S “FOURTH ALTERNATIVE”
A “practical solution to the dilemma of political status

FROM THE GREEN ANTILLES
Stories fro the Spanish, Dutch, French and English Caribbean isles

PLUS: Humor, Books, Films, Sports, Art, Townscape

Contents
SEPTEMBER 1966
Vol. 3 No. 7

Features
A Practical Solution to Puerto Rico’s Status Dilemma, Kal Wagenheim     6
The Noanama of Colombia, J.W.L. Robinson     11

Fiction
From the Green Antilles: Writings of the Caribbean. Introduction by Barbara Howes; stories by Pedro Juan Soto (Puerto Rico), V.S. Reid (Jamaica), Boeli van Leeuwen (Netherlands Antilles) and Philippe Tho-by-Marcelin (Haiti).     15

Departments
Datebook     2
Letters     3
Almanac, Helen V. Tooker     4
Sports,  Adrian L. Hull     34
Townscape, John B. Frazier     35
Films, Beatriz Ruíz de la Mata     36
Books     37
Art, Ernesto J. Ruíz de la Mata     42

Staff
Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Art Director: Jerry Boettcher
Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruiz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata (Films), Juan Luis Marquez (Theater), John B. Frazier (Townscape), Adrian L. Hull (Sports).

San Juan Review Publishing Corp.
Board Chairman: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez

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OCTOBER 1966

MY 14 MONTHS WITH CASTRO
Castro’s ex-Finance Minister talks about the early days of the Cuban Revolution

THE STACOM REPORT
As viewed by Commonwealth, Statehood, Independence advocates

POVERTY & POPULATION
A report on the Church-State détente in Puerto Rico

PLUS: HUMOR, BOOKS, FILMS, SPORTS, ART, TOWNSCAPE

Contents
OCTOBER 1966
Vol. 3 No. 9

Features
Three Views on the Stacom Report, Santiago Polanco-Abréu. Carlos R. Romero Barceló, Dr. Antonio J. González     4
Poverty and Population, Dagmar Schultz     12
My 14 Months with Castro, Rufo López Fresquet     16
The Fruits of Education, Marco A. Rigau     29

Fiction
The Prize, Eladio Soto Roldán     31

Departments
Datebook     2
Letters     3
Townscape, John B. Frazier     34
Sports,  Adrian L. Hull     35
Books     36
Films, Beatriz Ruíz de la Mata     39
Comestibles,  Robert J. Hamory     40
Art,  Ernesto J. Ruíz de la Mata     41

Staff
Editors: Kal Wagenheim and Augusto Font
Art Director: Jerry Boettcher
Contributing Editors: Lee Robinson (Books), Ernesto Ruiz de la Mata (Art), James Lewis (Music), Robert J. Hamory (Comestibles and Night Life), Beatriz Ruiz de la Mata (Films), Juan Luis Marquez (Theater), John B. Frazier (Townscape), Adrian L. Hull (Sports).

San Juan Review Publishing Corp.
Board Chairman: Lcdo. Marcos A. Ramírez