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Sunday, March 27, 1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven I

View Scenes--Bronte Home to Matterhorn

FORMIDABLE MATTERHORN VIEWED FROM SWITZERLAND

AN ENGLISH CATHEDRAL

BRONTEPARSONAGE IN ENGLAND

VAST WAIMEA CANYON ON THE ISLAND OF KAUAI IN THE HAWAIIANS
OFFICIAL MAZE:
Red T ape Creates 'Nightmare'
Out of Prospective Trip Abroad

ANYONE planning to travel
abroad thisksummer, had bet-
ter start working ta complete
passport qualifications now.
Before beginning such a trip, he
has to first go to the clerk's of-
fice in the County Court House in
order to procure a passport. He
must bring with him his birth cer-
tificate, a couple of passport pic-
tures and someone who has known
him for at least two ears. For the
nominal fee of $10, and after four
to six weeks, he will receive his
passport.
The next requirement is to get a
physician's certification of a
smallpox vaccination within the
last three years. This information
will be put on the International
Health Certificate and is neces-
sary to get back into the United
States. If an oriental nation is in-
cluded in the itinerary the pros-
pective traveler must be innocu-
lated against cholera, typhoid,
para-typhoid, tetanus and yellow
fever.
With the exception of the west-
ern European and Caribbean na-
tions, a visa is required for entry
into a country. Depending on the
nations to be visited, one might

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need a police certificate, a let- travel to Alaska or Hawaii just
ter from his bank, and a tourist as if they were going from one
card. state to another. And such desti-
MOST countries require that nations as Cuba or Bermuda can
travelers purchase round-trip be visited with only proof of Unit-
transportation so they won't sud- ed States citizenship and a fee of
denly run out of funds and have $1.50 for a tourist's card.
no way of getting home. Many countries have limits as
Unless granted special permis- to quantities of certain goods,
sion, travel is unauthorized in all such as tobacco or liquor, which
Communist countries except Yugo- can be brought into the country.
slavia. If one plans to visit Yugo- The average maximum for these
slavia, a visa from the Yugoslavian items is a quarter pound of toba-
counselate in Chicago is required. cco and a pint of liquor, although
American citizens are allowed to it varies with different countries.

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in Ann Arbor-

A FRENCH AUTUMN MORNING ON THE QUAI DANJOU
Give to the Free University of Berlin Drive

BOERSMA TRAVEL SERVICE
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