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Wednesday, February 1, 2012 It’s Final: Aruba Calypso and Roadmarch Contest is this Saturday! ORANJESTAD – After long and turbulent discussions and negotiations between SAC and bandleaders, with the intermediation of the government, Aruba’s biggest Carnaval event, the Calypso and Roadmarch Contest will go on as planned this Saturday at the Joe Laveist Stadium. The festival will be only one night. A total of 10 bands and 43 singers will compete for the Calypso & Roadmarch title. See page 12 for list of participants Anonymous US campaign donors revealed WASHINGTON (AFP) - Anonymous donors behind the shadowy "super PACs" whose attack ads have shaped the 2012 Republican presidential race were exposed for the first time yesterday in financial fil- ings with the Federal Election Commission. As of January 31 there were 302 of the so-called political action committees, and they have spent a total of $44.9 million dollars, according to the FEC. The money has come from donors who have been unknown until now. The groups have until midnight to file records with the FEC revealing the identity of their donors and how much they have raised. Dr. Horacio E. Oduber Hospital bids farewell to General Director Dr. Boesten Gift from employees presented by Charlaine Huntington Employees, doctors, hospital executives and island dignitaries gathered on the lawn adjacent to the Dr. Horacio E. Oduber Hospital yesterday afternoon to bid farewell to the General Director of the last five years, Dr. Arnoud Boesten. Continued on page 3 Check it out at: Board Member Theo de Kool really rings the bell

February 1, 2012

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