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& TRANSPWF T CO., LTD.:
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T:S.D. Man. is First to Retl
IP.Iky, master From Holland
Trre Animemf fows regrets that the con-
tinulai shlaorlam'- o paper supplies In the
United Stas.. necessitates the use of bond I
paper Insisld of the grade formerly used.
Thl''will eetdati vri6(ua printing difficulties.
Schiehf fatwhibh''a loss in picture quality.
-Tile"" distinction of being the first I It. hoped that the situation will be temp-
Lagoite -'to return from Holland in a orIsi
S "Douglao Sky- ,.
master fell last *t
master fell lasul Scouts ObserveSt George's Day
'"mohth to Paul
Gordijn of T.A
SA little un Ceb7;ati 4ns were in order for the
SBoy Scout of Aruba April 23 and 25
three days of when the, Bouts bf Oranjestad, Saba-
Sook a d P ia neta;.and San Nicolas held parades,
said it was a shows, and attended church services.
nuch smoother Starting on St. George's Day, April
ide in the giant 2f, which is Natibnal Scout Day, the
Plane than in the boys heard mass at 6 a.m., then parad-
smaller ones ed through the streets of San Nicolas
that he has under the auspices of District Leader
Paul Gordlin flown in. Com- Robert Martin of M. & C. After the
pared with the three week tanker parade they rested at the Cecilia
voyage, three days seems like a theater where the District Leader made
phenomenally short time. a short SPeech, the Scouts. universal
The. long plane trip iack to Aruba song was sung, and refreshments were
was a little monotonousIhnd the beat served.,The rest of the day was taken
in Natal. was oppressive, but he up in the visiting 6f various homes and
was assured the local Shell Oil. Co. performing good t
representati- tt it was still com- In the Cecilia The April 25, the
paratively r there. "Third/, Sa 'icola po Group'
Amersfool; where e visited his gave, a c.rert for befof the
family for two (months, is in a district "Holland.Relief.Fu. 4'o ward
of Hollandl i which was nt as badly the erectioh,of a Sc Rev nd
damaged as tl'er parts fart e Thomaa'of the San c Method
south. The Dut h Government. is doing Church was chairman a the resident
its utmost t: emedy the f tge Anglican peatst, Fath.V httehead, was
and has I" n this /p, p e guest honoro. Tf ,lays prese
priority. inc ed "he sketeers
..Th...roada impro "The Sve' of iI ".
traffic diffi now i
the fine stl .iidges ,
numerous in Ho nd be T re-" '. -
buildihg of iese, ".stroyed d ring the S .. . 'i .
war, wilftak a long expected S e on e
that the re ration of the county to To sh w some via ting mecha
it seniblacle of its former condi n depatmn officials 'ii ba.really
will take at east ten years,-and ter na an 18 h sp imen -was
are' sdte tLigs that can never be re- caught the Colon two weekss ago,
placed *--*- and corked up in bottle'still alive.
On Saturday after y'.the 'bottle was
placed on H. C. Chi #dale's desk at
the M. & C. Office, tthe visitors to
see Monday morning
Na Maarl Sefiorta Margaret B. Lunn The'anake, hoiev, had other-ideas.
a cumpli' anja. Senorita Lunn ta Somrrwt~ne oyer the ekend lie boosted
tanta-diresprt di Lunn Easten di Marine out the cork, slith ed- off ithe desk,
Department El a biba mas part na and began a tour of he empty offices.
Yorksire, p#-b awor e ta biba na Glou- By Monday morn he, had picked
Cestershire Cfnglaterra). Entre e canti- out a chair in the. ference room as:
dad di felic aciones cu el a ricibi taba- about as good a ace as any to be
tin un telegram di Rey y la Reina di (there's no figuring a snake's mind)
Inglaterra. and it was a startled Tom Malcolm who
Un' otro dama cu a alcanzM un siglo di tried to occupy the same chair that
existencia ta Sra. Sarah Holder, tanta- morning.. .., .-
di-respet di C. B. Lowe, tambe di Marine
Department. Sra. Holder ta orgyoso di
su 17Tjioenan, 24 nito- y 22 bisanietonan
y un tatarnieto. Sra. Holder ta cushin KEE
y iabW bi su famfa. r
Tiranspo action uomr
change e inmates a n
n a.bywd in this r
rd for nearly 20 years. .
The Lago Shi ing Compi
had been owned entirely by
& Transport company;'"
the aren't comp y, S. O. '
Using same co orate str
name was tep nged to E
portation Company Ltd., a' 1
owned subsidiary of S. 0. C
with offices in London.
In addition to the Lake 7
company wtll.own all oceaz
that are not under the Ult
flag, and its ships will be cl
various subsidiaries (some
Transport Company, some to
Co. for the Lake service,
exception is the group of Lal
owned by Creole for use-in I
>. (N. &.),
L. O. & T.
trade, which will continue to be owned
by that company.
Essentially, the change in corporate
structure will' have no effect on the
operational procedures of the former
Lago Shipping Company vessels, nor on
the officers and men of the ships.
M\W ndi band lo ta J. W.
W o Marine De artment, W. R.
C.~i a M. &.C,,y J D. Lykins pa
Process 4&ibandenan to bula tantein
iiai di. e artamentonan
t ,Bah sin cie rthe, pe dia; despues
cu tabatin cidente den n di e grupo-
nan-departam ski, bandera di es
grupo lo ked aabao 4 hofa.
Na e palonan di ban tin borchi pa
muafra e casMidal dianan cu cada
grupo a traha'sii accident cu pirdida
di tempo. Riba e portret aki ribs, Dire-
tOr dl Seguridad. Gordlon'Owen y Berna-
dinaa Sloterdtjk' ta- inupectn un. di e ban-
Receiving & Shipping Move
Shifts Polick and Watson
In a rearrangement of duties in the
Receiving & Shipping Division effective
May 1, Elza Polick was made process
foreman in charge of all shore oper-
ations involving the operation and
A Statement of Principles
L. H. Advisory Committee Plans
Whitmonday Athletic Program
It Is clear that two faiths are meeting in conflict all over the world today-at home as
a" ell s abroad: a belief in an expanding freedom and responsibility for the individual versus
Sfbelief in an expanding authority of the state, even though the result may be a contracting
freedom for the individual.
t' "In such a world Standard Oil Company (New Jersey) is on the side of human freedom as
a latter of pr nciple and also because it believes that the prosperity of all Jersey companies
dir yct related to the growth of human freedom.
,.,:Stadard Oil Company (New Jersey) does not believe in economic blocs and monopolies.
jersey believes that competition-the continual offering of better products at lower prices
to mo people under a system where the consumer is free to choosv- offers the Jersey
companies their greatest promise.
The prosperity of any nation s closely related to ihe freedom which the people of that
ntion enjoy, It is out of individual freedom that People draw the hope, the itiative, the
willingness to take risks which ar characteristics of vigorous producerp- and it is always
the atel reducing peoples and nations who are the large consumers and the beat markets.
I The strength of any natlt, like the strength of any company, is n it people. igh
standards of having. like hgh wages, a a product of enterprise-- and enterprise rows beat
:* n soil of freedom for the individual. I -z
The Company be lives that restrictions an world trade and foreign excha gte Phloh cut
nations off from supplies -especially those supplies which are the breath of economic
esXstiuce- are among the important pressures which drive people toward excesses of
nationalism and toward war. Jersey is on the si .oL ionrestem torlac trd. ,r m ed,. a
: esrictions. In no field is this more important than ,nth.o l o o4.. ,,
l slthe future. as in the past, the Company will. put tis ,ief reliance .for futpow and
erlty on the development of an exceptional personnel,. erey eel that it gret t .,
t oday7as it faces the grave problems of a troubled world Js the high character a*nk tbi ty ,oU
i "s people. The Jersey form of decentrBliled morani.ztioahasghthq ge.at omito r' .
democratic system, chief among thLn 'tfil-stimulation it gives to the development of able.
o-oVag-qu-, netrgetic. self-reli nt;mne 'and women.
'hIe. Jersey company has olgations' as a citizen, among them: to act always with a
fysioueness of the public interest:; to recognize that agood;eample Akbe'srsat oonoattwllve'
orce; to work for the common good, supported by q. cpnvlction that what's n thl.)nterests
of the People it lb the best itere ta. o tdrsey. o t' w t .
Sa ,s n ard Oil Company (New Jersey) -hao every ,gooQ raso to approach the uRtup. for
"'all of'ts uhertaintles. with confidence. "
TH- BOARD 'OF.Q" EC QRS r' "i ... I "
The annual sports meet sponsored by
the Lago Heights Advisory Committee
will take place June 10 (Whitmonday)
at the Lago Heights Sport Field. The
meet will be run much as in the past
with the cross-country race starting at
nine o'clock and the rest of the event
beginning at noon.
Plans are to have 21 events includi4
most of the usual track and field event*
plus a number of novelties such as th,'
egg-and-spoon race, the sack race, tUlc
,3-legged race. and others. An unusual
feature this year will be a bun race. The
idea of-the event is that the contestant
mut run 50, yads to a point where a
bun is iwspepnded just at head height by
means f a' string from -horizontal bar,
eat the bun with his hands tied
behind his',blc. t then return to the
stalhtig line;. Another ilterefting event
will be the inal tukof-war between
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Continued on Page 2
Ralph Weltsa KuI Phlak
maintenance of tankage, pipelines, and
pumphouses. At the same time Ralph
Watson, process foreman, took over all
dock and shipping activities of the Div-
ision, including the wharfinger group.
Mr. Polick came to Aruba from the
Mexican. Petroleum Co. of Louisiana In
December 1928 as a master mechanic.
Hewas- transferred to. L & S. in April,
1940. : :
.. Mr. Waton first came to Aruba in
Mb t forth LaIgo Shipping Co. He was
transferred to R. & S. as. chief.ganger
A ,tN Saety Flags to IllustratA Group. Records
mrsa **" ... .. -
fnt will he ra ll d
the playpt namb
morng. May as, r ..
record tear. pro r.
wlle aTe f*t n e Ir v .e1ed d slriJ I
ward for the Mao rl.e DI
Department, We. sp d r
M iller for k u a., & 4
Process. The flag.
are to fly asn long ast nt n at ell A
east ofe Man t of. a M e, .I. I
the departments* em-
plovees work without
sooldents; on the day M.. Pos off W7 99 0I.,
following an accident i4sae sd.., .0 .!y
In one of' these Is .liq .Inl
groups, that depart. q'... in ,. rse `4
.not's lg will re e i e.s. ie b
main down fo' -14
on the fnagists will
display the umb.r
of days eeds gla
a worked 'wY~n a lost-thUn Injury. In the
pletre above, safety Director OGdeon Owen s.d Ban andnan di euri
Leredina SlotndlUk are Inapectil of tihe ASS8e 0 i eguridud
"flag Pa Gruponan Departamental
N e CL to Un trio di banders cu e simbolo uni-
Lago Sipping Name Ch ed to di Seguridad 16 word hizi na dos
Esso Transportation ConFp ny lugar den anta Dia Sabra mainta, 25
di Mei, pa ustra progress di traha.
In cable received here Ari 12 it imento sin acci te den Departamento-
was unced that the Lagd Spping n M e, e ical y Process. Un
pany d., which operate, a rtion ra ta tali Main Gate
Lake et plying betfet. 1ruba y e otro p 'ba' di Main
araaibo, as beeniei he
bee x'e "a~b th "
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6.t -;, N.
"r' '. I MAY 24. 1946.
AIMA NEWs MAYS24, 1946
PUBLISHED AT ARUBA, N.W.I., BY THE
LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.
The next issue of the ARUBA EsSO NEws will be distributed
Friday, June 14. All copy must reach the editor in
the Personnel building by Friday noon, June 7.
P ied by Th. Cu aa Cosat, caao N.WJ
To raise a flag As sometimes a symbol of victory. The
raising of a Safety flag is the symbol of victory over care-
lessness and inattention while at work in the refinery. How-
ever, no flag can cause accidents to cease, nor put an end to
carelessness and inattention.
The flags raised Saturday (me page 1) will serve the
Process, Mechanical, and Marine Departments as indicators
of their success in achieving a good safety record.
When a department's flag is not flying it mesns that on
the day preceding the flagless one an accident occurred.
But If the flag stays aloft it is an indication that care is
being taken to avoid accidents, and that the men in the
department concerned are working safely.
A few examples of why it pays to work safely:
A eimionlt helper in the Central Tool Room was untangulin th
ebal of several chain blocks stacked tether the fleer, win
nme loreig substance, possibly piece of rust sale flew late lit
right eye. He rubed the eye but as this eoly eed the pale to become
Severe, he reported the Incident to Mse fremm who sent hm to
the mpensry. The aye was badly innfae by th and te ne was
Madtt i the n* iHl.
Foreign particles will
continue to fly into people's
eyes. Do not rub the eye,
you will only make it worse.
Go immediately to the
doctor to have the particle
Cos lo sigui bula den wo- -\
Wo ocasionalmente. Nunca e
frega wowo, esey solamente
ta haci'e peor. Bai imediata-
mente na dokter pa saca e
cos fo'i den e wowo.
UO ayedants da machlist lde C tral TeI R m tabat arengiende
d&nn.m dl variesn t a ea tabfls d on metn aribe
tfle, sra us e prWoan b aMno ps fmrUt, A bla de"b dsn -u
wewo dreehl. s a fr a e wew pae *Mry a hel de lr pIr y *
rep"Wtd r ase as for uan, heds a mndo s m Btepnere. I wew
tabata hopl lIflad e"ba y Ikor onster a worde tumi dea Hieltual.
Cell pip. absut 30 feet lIng.
frm c numdear box w lying
aron twe *"xe" umbers tha
ground. In trying to mot* em
length, two pipelitter ielps pt
* pry etwn two pip and
-cmu on to slip ff the we
blocks.. The fallln pipe iand ed
Shbelpr's foot amusing a frntr
of a bae In It feet.
The men should have
chocked the pipe to keep it
from rolling back.
Tube dl coll i so pit le *, feli
des u sn deins box, lai drua
mal *n a 'rinb Ides elk di '*".
Trantende di move an *e tube.
OW ede syudiato di popfltter a
bone p-an Elqo a doe
tube y .a -au an dI fLnMs si
at III f ar gn balkI. 9
e'I iba oo hymbaihetse
en I- usra Hi WM w pin.
E hombernani master a
curia e tubo pa evit'e di lora
Magazine's Special Issue
Is. dedicated to Aruba
The "Souvenir", a monthly review in
Spanish published at Ciudad Trujillo by
Jose Aldebot, was released here early
this month with the entire issue devoted
to Aruba. An attractively printed and
illustrated magazine of 90 pages, it cb-
vers in words and pictures practically
all phases of Aruban life.
Lago's operations are well represent-
ed, with six pages that touch on Com-
pany history, summarize the refinery's
war work, and illustrate such aspects as
training programs, social and sports ac-
tivities,'had inedical fadilitles. "' '
The magaIne is a broad digest of
island life, covering schools, elubg,
churches, outstanding citizens, many
rural scenes, and a number of views of
Princess Juliana',visit here.
The Company- purchased a number of
copies from, the publisher for- distribu-
tion as gifts to all committee repreen-
tatives and A ii FNso News reporters.
Several bookstores in Oranjestad had
copies for sale, and a limited supply has
been'n o .ale in: th: lobby of the Maik
OWfilebuilding. .; i .
(Sew ndldeat that o rtIr ha tsrd I a *Ip eor athi kS )
seaw V;a =
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Robert P. Russell, -preident of
Standard Oil Development Company, re-
ceived the 1940 gold medal of "the
American Institute of Chemists this
month, in recognition of work carried
on under him in the fields of fluid
catalytic cracking, toluene and butad-
iene development, smoke generators, In-
cendiary bombs, and flame throwers.
On May 8 he also accepted the medal
of merit from a general in the Chemical
Warfare Service, for his activities in
defense research and as an advisor .to
the Service. Mr. Russell visited theaters
of action three times during the war to
get first-hand information on the re-
sults of his work.
In an exchange of cables with Mr.
Russell, L. G. Smith extended Lago's
congratulations on the honors.
Thomas W. Palmer, counsel and head
of the Latin-American legal staff of
if Standard Oil
has been elected
president of the
Thomas W. Palmer
Two cull e amn amep to wlad a 3%" valve with a-way *e-
nmtl so for water bme eato a stake bhod tea by throwing It evr
the side of the trn k etoed oI following the regular prtle of rn
movl ane of the olr rlIllse. On of a m nu had his right rill
feinr sought I sen the vlve w l *and ue t edge of the roCll e,
whih locaused Uthe f the fIlger to be ot oII.
Keep close attention to
work being done. Always
follow established proced-
DO still cls ek a persL pom an
vlil U %". ao en lIr as1 tube
as des b'ada, ariba an truk es
Isl Ihelth door dl tire valf
ever dl kashl, on vt dl a hite
ne as hboamans dl' bksl mo-
nar a eostumbrL. Wlol dl van
a dal un dde n msn dJrei as
uan dl e ombe.L Iat uhas
so di *unk cstra bMasi.
irlb asdl kelbl, io que a tus,
pmatt d date dl wee ooir aut.
Local Executives Elected to Board of Directors
Society of the
Inc., a group
1912 to promote
He has been associated with Jersey
Standard for 25 years and is a former
president of the Venezuelan Chamber
of Commerce of the United States.
Mr. Palmer, who has lived in South
America many years, brings to this
important new post a long experience
in Latin-American affairs and extensive
knowledge of the Spanish language.
Among his writings in the field of law
is "The Legal Literature of Curacao".
Suspended for nearly a year pending
further seismograph and geologic study,
drilling operations in the Dominican
Republic were resumed last week by
Dominican Seaboard Oil Company.
Dominican, first to conduct seismo-
graph surveys in that country, is the
only company drilling in the area.
From page I
the bachelors and the married men,
which has always brought intense ri-
The program is designed to provide
amusement for all, with races for young
and old men and women.
The committee consist of A. Texeira,
L. H. Bruce, P. C. Branch, E. Tullock,
J. W. Arrias and H. de Vries, and will be
assisted by a 30 man sub-committee.
Backs New Comm. Supervisor
Backus New Comm. Supervisor
In a shareholders e nmeeg May 1, the five mR above wre oeted to h r of DIrat
* .Lae Oil Trupnft Cemwn pl Ltd., and It w as ie wied that lrtwbe mstll of the
erd will be bold In Arube. Left to right ar Dr. Ct. LAeaing (vl-prWeedeintof Llgo;'wlth
oefmis I New York). L Smith, pride of La i ad general me f, J. J. NeHrlg, N-
slaft gewerl mager, and T, rw's eeompfrnler In ite int Ia 0. Mlies, OMene
*-eprltnentl wrho s i-w In ih Unlted Sta In s t l l woe l *lt lsnmt.
,SCHEDULE OF PAYDAYS
May 16-30 Sat June 8
May 1-31 Tues. June 11
Prompted Iby a cable that his mother
had died, Claude Quashie, a pipeifitter
at the Drydock, left May 13 by plane for
his home in St Vincent. He plans to
spend his long vacation there.
effective May 1, was
of Harry Backus as
saries". Heads of
Plant Retail and
will report to the
visor, who re-
ports to J.J.
visor of Service
Units in Colony
Mr. Backue was first employed in
April 1936, in the Accounting Depart-
ment. He went on military leave in June
1942, and during the war years he was
chief officer on a sub-chaser. He return.
ed to Aruba in January 1940.
AROUND THE PLANT
LONG SERVICE A 1946I
ETh. Methodist Church in Ban Nico-
-aawas the scene April 20 of the wed-
uudig of James De Albert Steele of the
IMiniRg Hall and Miriam Adina Finch.
b 'ames' fellow employees supported him
nombly, actingas the choir.in the church
during the ceremony and presenting
ialm.with a costly china.tea set before
hand. A reception was-held in San Nico-
s.. The couple will live in Savaneta.
Esta Leonard, daughstr f .Tom :of
L.O.F. and recently a stenographer in
the .Jleecutive .office, was .married
May.4.at Greenaboro, N. CL.o.Lt..Ro-
bert Draper, former Navy supply
officer here. Mr. Draper is out of the
service now, and the couple will make
their home in'Toledo, Ohio, where he
will take up his former job as an
Fellpe Wintordeal Daniel Worlwi
started to work for m to work
the Company In the Compasrn same
1r2a. He was put 125 -and .wa put
on the machinists o the L.aew s-
payroll In 1928. He prntinent payell i
now works In Marine 92. HI :,nw t
Wharvo as a wharfl- title i Cerp l t.
hen rlIto M and Nealth Club of Lae eolghts set eat eL Liberatlon Day to sell Netherlands
*"lt lmF d Otlamp, thee eleven members and daughters -of members did the selling. In the
L levw they -arN 4loft to right Ishbel MacDonald. Jantlhako reusers, NRpple In 't Vlod.
JManeHde Cuba, Heleno Ue-Kwle, and The Harteg. In the frent raw are Karen rousers, Sonja
.-Hart.g Juny do Vrles. Yvette MacDonald. ud 'Yvonne Hartog.
4onem- and HHnith Club di Lego Heights a bo de stamp n pa Hulpoleds- Nealtamd Dia dl
Llborsalen y a 11 mlaebro y .)lemnI dl amlemba mana k tabats e b.dedernan.
-uMlseU-AsI 1 lli*r e E. a C. Wllf s- tI roapotS44 rtl ft -i the peiture hove. LA..w
left Aruba early this month to be married to F. L. TilhwIll, -mUtilomihy a amber of the
Industrial Relation Department here. The weddlgg- tok pio May-1 I St. DmilstI Chua h
I enlmeldn.the .gilt she Is re olvi g Io a gold pin, th Joam Rao mlaknl the prseftatls.
Viola Ganterbery of the Laundry,, on
April 30, at-the age of 86. She was first
-employed from -September 1, 1938 -to
February 15, 1939, and had continuous
'service since -March 19, 1945. She' was
-a participant in the Thrift Plan. She is
survived by her husband, an employee
-at, the Instrument Department
?Paul Rach of the Pressure Stills, on
May 5, at the age of 30. He had con-
:tinuous service since December 1, 1941,
and was a participant in the Thrift
-Plan He is survived by, his parents, two
.brthers, and a sister.
Jacobo Koolman of the Masons and
Insators, on May 13,. at the age of 61.
rMieas'employed-May 18, 1933 and had
-antinuous service since -that time. -He
'wa participants in the Thrift Plan. He
i cssurvived by his wife, three sons, and
Marco Marchena of Marine Wharves,
ch'May '16, at- the age 6f' 39.-1He 'was
first employed from July 3, 1935 to No-
'*Mibei '3, 1948, aid had -oomtinuous
-iserlee since 'March "5, '1946. He is
-':dward iOhin of 'bMatelial Accountidg,
'on4laylrJ, t theage offO0. Hewatarfirst
-mnployed on Odtober 21, 1f44 and had
cicmtinuom service' itromA thattime. 'He
sM 'iohrift flaarparticipant.. He.; sar-
-wint dby eis imoaernandt.brothers and
sisters., i ,;
edm d i tes-fin tf
.anIMay.a8,att the age
-,*Mt employed .on a,
-MnDd Mad continuous re
-.le4 survived-by his:.
A recent wedding was that of A
Diaz of Marine Wharves and Viole
of Stewards Service May 11
Church of St. Theresia in San Nice
reception followed the wedding at
ville 55 where the couple plans to
Oliver Christopher, pipefitter
Drydock, started his long-vacatio
week with a good'idea. Says he i
going to rest.
New Sport Sheet Issued
Sparta, a year-old sports club
nearly 100 members, extended its
ties a step this month with issue n
one of a publication designed to pr
the cub's activities. Done in
graph with six pages, the paper
out that it expects to grow and im
reminding its readers that "no bab
ever born fully clothed".
The Sparta club now strong in
ball And oriball, h0pea.o' branch
into othet Spprfti. 6*'1bi.'
* .. .
h'i + r.'c ,* .I' :'" '
Oil: Accouliting, .
A r. 25AHe ws Showt at le" Is Edny HU. n l
nbsp 5ens ry, reoe. tly asppn4t
vdirm. 5,'a8 Port e for the NEWS. Lg a.nb ,er of,
twke 'grtn Abat embply.. 'M;f
Plan; partivLepint. ,-;s ,f.*14n
arentastelaiafive S adsas
T. C. Brown came to Aruba frm-' S-O. (1.tlme).
at Whiting as off ce mannesag lmthe-A-I1
Department In 1902. His prIe. stltf4od at-
roller, and he was recently elhetad Ie -bgPo
Board of DIretors.
Chan Mook Sang
Ree. & ahip.
Rec. & Ship.
:tec. &I- p.
Eight Lagoites Invited
To Play International
Football .in Curacao
iy was Featured by a team-direct from Hol-
land, and with other visiting teams
foot- from Aruba, Colombia and from Suri-
h out rnam an international football tourna-
ment sponsored by the Culaao;Football
Bond is scheduled at Willemstid MDy'26
to June 17. With eight men from refi-
nery invited to play with the Aruba
stars, Lago will be well represented on
A the field. .
The competition, will be a reoudrronn,
Jd with Aruba scheduled to play in the
opening game against Curagao thiaSun-
S day,' and they appear against. Hbllhnd
S June 1, Surinam June ,5, and4Colombia
As this issue goes to press, no ip-
Sformation has been received on .the
-trophies that will be at stake.
Among the Lago experts that ihave
Received invitations to represent Aruba
I" r. are Gregorio FraAken, Frans Kelkboom,
variou and Mirto Icle, all of Instrument,
mt. Francisco Romero of:Powerhouse, 'Da-
S mian Tromp of T. S.D.,. Angel -Chirno
It i of-the Acid Plant, Raymundo Kemp bf
'Machinist, and Hans Nahar of L.O.F.
Alftne Cr.e wm W. M. Miler ame
bd *JS~y ,ay A z Sm^..
aM the n e-W mi|
a -s' "- -
mrtclssacioket p.aIl at
l.. B ay S.
t rt) "by".Ta1,o [ayl 26. i -: lUash
sa cnpo w trthe wBMa 1,
the nietern4stas erd welUWetairo
of Aile-seris. .
-lt. T'lncflt, ;Wket iaR, U6aEufn
(Anwukemnnihl .an td a sai ,ap
Alnanada, Wdpor C *@a. ** mAiIteys
..in i e- by 192 o 177d..ay.6 -eit Igo
oumn 11 .ahm. JuatlU-6 n., f flgr s
allah peys.s tahedld u l at 1aMe
iskdiid wafth 3St. Vi4ncent aM fg
:In reiasenourament paCu e ia s,
a bMhUS.da team. -aptiined :ay fulIe-
.aunxksdtubSDT.&D. fqptqin: M.Iar-
rotte)'by m71 to s159 for ill. igh
scorers were Perrotte with 77, and B.
nBeine-wittr--5. Eight players were.in
the doubleadiguetlaass In later math
the Easterns downed the Westerns
(Huckleman and Perrotte again cap-
tains) by 197 to 177..May.5 the Lago
istar beat the.I4go Best 226:fqr:5 to
scored a century not out
'Otdho Empleado di LagoTa
Invite pa Hunga den Futbal
Internacionel na Curacao
iDibdlad26adi Meipa 17 di Juni lo tin
un tournament di Futbal Internacional
na Willemstad. Bao di iniciativa-di' u-
ragno Football Bond -eicompetitlelo-ta
entire un team directamente di Holanda
y -aries: teamnan -di Arba, "Colombia,
y Surinam. E compania ta bon reprien-
tL cu ocho empleado den a team di
Aruba.lo hunga contra Curagao Dia
.Domingo, e prome wegkdi e competitive,
contra Holanda dia 1 di Juni, contra Bu-
rinam5 dl Juni y contra Colombia 10:di
LOra:cu e n~inmroaki -ta bti.pa'im-
prenta, nos no tin ningun informai6n
ainda tocante e trofeonan cu lo tin.
E expertonan di Lago cu a hays in-
nvltetl6tpaa represents Aruba ta Gre-
igoAs' Franken, Frans Kelkboom y Mir-
W'Ieale,itur tres -di Instrument; tambe
ftasidico Romero di Powerhouse, Da-
mian Tromp di T.S.D., Angel Chirino
di Acid Plant, Raymundo Kemp di
Machinist y Hans Nahar di IL.O.F.
-. A 1 NAAY. 1.141
a # ,", /
Two little gl e f their way to UllMand didn't
have to be td to Irin the smail were ready-
made and Iog-hltlng an they waited with their
parents to tale off In the flit Lage contingent
to fly Aruba-Amsterdam by K.L.M. On the left
Is Inez Koster, and at right Thea Peeren.
-. 11. 1 1. M > I I
These members of the Gen Plant Training Coree have just received their diplomas lter
undergelng training i *ll the phase *oa Oa Plant oepratten. The units studied were thid:gh
and Low octane unlts, the Prempa and Bat&e" plat.. OAR-I and the OGa Abserptin p
The course covered ale here lo training and was started it November of St4. Standing re
L. 0. Laepe and Cy Tate. Goas Plant s4uprvisrn, August nlet, I. C. auum supervisorr), lck
Alexander, Frank Vate xel, Plerre Hedge, ullIaume Kalmpervan,. Pable Keek, eonald Jehm,
Arelle Barree, Andrew Lampkin and A. 0. Mertens (Instructer). Knling are Raymide
Werieman. Peter Gehalves, Alvin Texeir., Jose Hermaades. Jose meek. Robert Currle, itg
Walcott and reddle Jehnle. At.e receiving diplomas but net In the picture were Jan Reis
Robert Payne, Wlie Raglebreeht. Snoe men were transferred from the Department before
teremeay, but received diplemaes they had completed the greatest part of the course. They
are M. Jansen, H. Martinus, Oenuasves. F. Flngal, H. Branden, P. Roblns and 0. St. ilnlire.
Shown here receiving an explaatie of the
mysteries of the controls of a DC.4 Is Arubae'
Lieutenant Governor, Dr. L. C. Kwartsl. The
picture was taken when the huge plane stepped
hore May S. The Inset at lower left shews how
the plane dwarfs not only the 12-pasenger plane
next to it but even the airport building.
Riba a portrot os ta mira Gezaghebber dl Aruba
Dr. L C. Kwarts to tended spllcaIeoa dl e seo
trolnan di un di e aeroplanonan DC*4 di 40
pasahero. E portret worde sakd dia di Mel
era cu e aeroplano grandislme a paea ski. Na
band robez abea nos ta mira com ne eolamente
e aeroplane di 12 pasahere, ma tambe e ediflcle
di aeropuerto to keda lnilatura banda di e DC-4.
N iEW ARRIVALS -'
:-- *. - "
' ,,'-A lo. Basil i.o^wtoi. to Mr. and Mrti elon
'" A ihter. 'Wina Apoieni to r ar *R.
A;B.oomn. Aprii'. I. i. I "t ,
A ion ayne arry. to Mr. and Mrs. William
Punnett, April 17.,:' 1. U ) ,. tj )
A son, Humbert Arnold, to Mr. and Mr.. Purele
Dandlau, April 18.-----
A son. Henry Edward, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
marshall. April 21.
A aghter. Elfrida Albertia, to Mr. and rs.
.. r' enlah .ifei rt oIi, 'i i. i i .r.
Jose Farro pril 23.i o
. 0 &U ton lan.T fp IOJ .: 'VrTe lhon
Wilson, April 24.
A son. McGregor Alfa. to Mr. and Mrs. Freddy
.Dickson. April 28.
Sll dtighteti MarlaYlilena totMi. aid Mrsl B. J.
i dr, 4t6 it.' WM .. Johan
Gliblyref Ml i;. ',ir ; t., 1, ;;*.
S ghter, Carmen Mara, to M. and Mr.
~ ( urht Idlai Elole, .t .Mr. and Mr.
Aiane ^ofhS. ll r .. *J .... ,-i
..A4tshtr to A Mr., *nd Alir Astoel, Geormann.
?A'Pio Mario four, to'-Mi. id'"MY r M.tvnaclo
it, May 8,
lbt, to 16rirand Mr liot Dl'tsz. Mlay '9.
A daughter, to Mr. and' Mr. o~Ldat Ma-un-
n ngham. May 9* ..
SA..)4nM alil, 4~Ary Ann. i Mr. ind 'Mii'Clyde
'A "ob.tf4r ;oWdlkirlniidlto ti. anfrT: 4rl 'lie
,Opt ltim May 9i r ,-: ,i .h A*
dA iuhter, to Mr. and Mrs. .Mare Mad ro.
MIk 12->.1 1 'I 1 f:41: .1 1, ,,,,.M7
A daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. FabiancJ ,ly,
A, ron, ito: Mr. and.-j, ).taihertLhilfrr.ly,
al' 1 .,
.t il u'' IA.T t .I A :
p ;M 8 ;; 9 m r.f .1^^ 3 < fl
r if ,'.
( rA m 1T
ua shi,') mia" A ".t.. .T ,b ,i-c r b io i.'i
jiL qims oL. /i, $ Al
W bI o ar were o fered the
public this monthLsntin Curacao and
one in Aruba.
At the SoL p aua's building
near Oranjt ,R Ivlling salon of
fine photographs, rugt I. the terri-
tory thlFtlTtI eftP Curacao's
C. W. Schotborgh, was on display for a
week. And at Curacao's new ,l re
I Centrum", Bettina Steinke ,fiirofe-
I sional name, Mrs. Don Blairylitld- fve-
day exhibit of her watercolors AdIli r-
Scoal drawings. S ; 41
<~rt' I I
qown Wboe Mn Mr. nd Snr. Mhlrn Cr dr.,
pito *erl)y !tI mept*Mr. Carer Is m.nantgig
tr of th lo-Amrln Oil Company, a
i atlr*lfllt'1 ald"i. As heid f a ctnmpany
A t. eaEllieItitles of Lago proedaot,
' tite d obaeever of refinry.
t,*i[7j1.. ii ''K
Colebra A OcupA Lugar den
,iKas*ber di Conferencia
. ;iuiat. agun ificaallad di
'1iAll.'' eoitment c' tabata, di
Aiubt realmente tin colebra,
nan a cohe un di e bestianan py di 18
ul q Ier Colony .dos $ian
e'i a p hibo den'uii better.
pia, rB# merd a nan a pone e hotter
ecrifoii d ft C, qippepdale na
it lt 1 ., a e btl4itanan mir
S, bi ute weeke rand leba
0 I ..Durante weekend ,eal., a
There re nma differently wa f endii a
eMiftans'se ma -a, ba. An.tSiveet of
Light Ole0 FrlphblnL aems te blye fL u d a" ot
the beLt H.eliii hlm whlle away ith tIe s"
Polly HlemakeL. leit ad mny Wool, at right.
The pilur was takeL by Jehn. da Silva ct the
Dia Luna mainta el a seoge un stoel
den kamber di conferericia pa e sosegS
di su pase y Tom Malcolm a hiba un
spantu di berde ora cn el a bai ocupi
e men qt stoel e dia mainta ey.
Empleadonan di Laundry a regali un
krans di flor y un suma di placa na ma-
ma di Viola Canterbury, cu a muri dia
w h*fl A1-n.t u ,... .. I
,''J .tA v .yy ,ptpaMt-
s^ mflo ra n
Edici6n di revista "Souvenir"
Especialmente Dedich na Aruba
,,Souvenir", un revista mensual na
Spafi6, public& na Ciudad Trujillo pa
Jose Aldebot, a sali na principio di luna
yes edicion ta henteramente dedica na
Aruba. Un revista di 90 pagina masha
bunita impre4&t y ilustri, a ta contene
den palabra- y protretnan tur fase di
Lago ta masha bon represents, ce seis
pfgina tocante historic di Compania,
trabao di refineria durante guerra y
ilustracionnan mustrando aspectonan di
program di, entrenamiento, actividad-
nan social y deportivo. y facilidadnan
E revista ta un ondensaci6n di bida
di e isla, cu school-, club-i misanan, ha-
,bitantenan sobresaliente, hopi bistanan,
y algun portret di bishita di Princes
Compania a cumpra algun copla pa
parti como regal na tur reprtsentante-
nan di Comit4 y na ieporternan dl Artba
Esso News. Varies pacus na Oranjestad
tabatin nan di bende y un cantidad limi-
ta tabata na bende na entrada di Main
Marine Relatives Pass Century
SIt seems that the Marine Departa ent
ha a ,corner on, the century-old pltire
market these days. CongratulatiMns
were extended to Miss Margaret B.
Luna in March.WMisaLunnis the great-
asut of Lunn Fiaslte of the Marine
Department. She bpentimost of/her life
in Yorkshire but ais, now living in
Gloucestershire. Among thei'econgrat-
ulatory messages was a telegram frmi
the King and Queen of England.
Another more-than-century-old lady
Is Mir. Safha Holder, kreit aunt of C.
.B. IMwe also of the Maiithec pairt-
ientis, Mli Holder boasts. f iT eliia-
Sif, 24 grandchildren, 22 greategrald-
children; and one 'kIreateti-gratd-
child. Mrs. Holder cooks aSli whtuha,
for the family. :,. .
ARUSA SSSO NE" w.
. MAYL24; 14.6
MAY 24, 1946 ARUBA SSOI4UWV !.8U~ 4~
i OS. ,-. *5I
1 S na 1 t-. .aM t I
.lm aft.tf.jt'a ^< "^.m. 1 i.i traO a r h a ffs& a
*SilB~~~~iE^BK^^^^~I~r Dlwyr*? *8 *^l .HM '^'^Mant
When the K.L.M.' big 404,ngeir bc-ae tet ofIf TWr Amn twom April S*.
aboard were five La.gite siifilli seen .mki their; flnt btb I tooel as
Nmrh sight yasI. No. I shw thom taking off the first Jeg f the
tip, to Natal, Brail. (A -sllmd 0C-4, Jst arrived from New Ia
hlJ and a half bours, is s. tLh grmad). N*. 2, ert Oegrip .is ready
to sg. No. 2, the Oqgrlip fsmilk welbhs in at ii a.m., with the usem
ar-travel mseegmpaimnte of taggagp hets, saile, ad prt-dtwn eiffee.
rM. 4 slhws a few .f the literally hundreds of Instrunnnts ti$ eantrel the
huge hip. 5. thws ithe gre-p just befee departure. Left to right
tib Fram fidings, the Jae Katirs, *mr J. Cals, *the Coraelip Pnssrs
JeamDs m Ces, the. Acte 6smrlop., usf at fat right Dan Ziske of the
Pereenaal DpaIrtmenHt who handled most awrangs nts fe t trip from
Lag's ed. . t, t e KUters respspd to r "i; Vyag." with a wave.
Ora on u a werplans di K.L.M. DC-4 dl 40 pasmhre a nII pa3 Amsterdam dia
30 dl April tahobat el se fta dl Lags .berdei traal n til hala~ faia
Uti "b apj sais hoel* e m patrla. Potrt eNo, ta mustra man salida pa
* Sprsi hte' Natal ma ramll. WIo. a hart Goegrle to e3l pa eal. No. 3
FamiUa oGemrlp to roportd in0 41, marduia, tur requlltlemam dl valhe
pa avl6M. N*. ti. mustra algua dl elea lstrnmentnnea eu to control
* aeroplane gransdlloen. H*. ti hauutra a grupe premn eu sallda: dl drei
pa rebes families Rtdls., Koster, Peera, Cols y Oalgrip y n hand.
drachi Dan Zlli .di Perwsoasi DIparftmnt a- a hael tr aregi m pm
I vta. NMo. Koestst d he an ultme saludo. -
ARUBA M10146W SON k"
MAY 24, 1946
eaitr's Nod: BAo~slt wo.paM a viit to
at.1 old satfiariei -oa 5 who wa. -if not
Arab a oldest nhabitant, on of Its moat
.la.t maqnaaly IXtold er 60 ynrs ago.
aha and her husband hav lived at the ame .
place near Noord ever slace. Thy
fought a rood fight with adveralty, ralIo
large family, and watched their island
from a living-scale where 265 ents (Dutch)
per day was normal wase to the bustling
modernism of 1946. Now they roet comr
fortably in their courtyard, surrounded' by
their children, grandchildren, and great-
Ordinarily we would re-write this story in
journalistic style. But after reading the notes
made by Nydia Ecury of the Esso News
Staff, as Supriana Kelly told her story in
lively Papiamento, we must leave it in her
words. The story of a long life:
Elold Kelly, Born February 13, 1859
Suprians Kelly, Born July 4, 1863
"I was the eldest of 12 children. Nowme eperens
only a brother, (the youngest child) and
myself are left. Eloid and I got married
on August 6, 1884. At that time Aruba
never even dreamed about today's wel-
fare; at that time life was struggle and "A
When we were married all we owned
was the strength of our arms; Eloid
worked in the aloe-fields and earned 25
cents per day. We could have stayed at
my mother's house, but once we were .
married, we wanted our own place. We
saved all we could, because we had our
mind set on a little cornstalk house, not
far from my parents' house. This house
had been built by Maart Tromp for his
daughter when she got married. The
girl didn't like the house though, as the
rain would get through and each time
everything got soaked. The house was
sold to Bart Kock; after a while he
also was disgusted and the house was
'sold to Dandan Oduber.
Avround this time we had a little -
amount of money saved and we decided
tb use it as down payment for the house
and we would pay for the rot by and
by. It was a very bad year, the crop
was destroyed and we had already paid,
half of the price of the house when a
hurricane came up and the house was
blown to pieces by a sort of tornado. Not& di Redactor: Recientemente "Esso
News" a bishita Suplrana y Eloid Kelly na
We almost got killed. We ran with our- Tanki li. na Noord. E pareha aki tin mas
ea. ]PL4 so tq Ipy paeas' pusae. My di ana cas; Supri.n tin 82 aa y
a... Slold ti 85 enjM.,Aupriana par wel lags di
,seour-d child 'was -on the way. At.my to habitants dl asos bieuw di Aruba. pero
poo bends di edid ey ta as. in bn na tino.
p ie house, the gale had blown.na-, Supriana a costa no. heter su bidas cuanto
nLt cu a gd'. ae 'nsuffest the ae r a trala Y sufri pa par a bini
ecli: cord. bon onu tempo ey ta dies place
whole night. through. We thought it us homber tahat gson. pa dia. Aw.o a dos
a et,-ote n" o ..... ad a biuetwlaansn ta sinta sosegi 'atras di nan oas.
rudeni dil a ii ~spn. leto- y bisanieto-
SWnj lt~ade. asnan. AU ha b al igu storla di on bids largo
S the,'weath,:-cldaered again 'we Y tr bahoso mnoor. Supriana Kelly a cnts
Went to ook at the.g house. All our Nydila Ery di t s News Office:
silngs d "goie 'aiid"all We had wits a
grpcek;,,we,,had to go on paying for, this
weck for-two more years. After that
ii-t we w ent to makel.the fini aldttle'., EIoM Kelly, a nace 13 di Februarl, 1859
,ngrt At lstwe didn't have a'debt Any' Suprisia Kelly, a nace 4 d Jull, 1868
more; but either did we have a house.
,( ljrhigah was malking'5tWnts
more per day, but we -also'had more .,Aid tabata mayor di 12 ruman.
children and he had to leave for Vene- Awor ta un ruman bomber cu mi so a
zuela where he could earn 621/2 cents keda na bida. Eloid cu mi a casa dia 6
per day at the sugarcane plantations. di Agosto di 1884. E tempo ey nos no
After some time he came back and he por a bibs kere eu Aruba lo yega na
.ent -to tibe aloe f ld agek After a tanto riqueza; e tempo ey ta trabao
1thie w~roould auo it raise stone hende tabata pass pa bibs.
`'n apA ithi- xhit ation of the Tempo cu nos a casa tur loque nos
r'ptahk, house. 'ii iwe had a one- tabatin tabata forza di nos braza; Eloid
w. homee to our name, but the oof- tabata leg aloe y e tabata gana dies
'^ill' madd of sornst and rain placa pa dia. Nos por a keda bibs na
.woulJlF ift through as it would through can dt Mama, pero ta nos lugar di nos
ames tabata nos deseo. Nos tabata spear
I husb idvnwas offered, job ban.- delaster cent, pasobra nos tabatin bista
gasle--hW. would ten(r ribs un cas di palo di maishi, un poco
=ay, b11"befusArJitil mas p'ariba di eas di mi mama. E cas
us work and he agaiifor-ki, tabata di Maart Tromp, cu a laga
e When he c Sem"back We traoL pa- e- jioe-muher cu a casa. Pero
muld afford to add another room4to the' "no por a wants aden; ti ora cu jobe
I~dglnl one and we ordered tlu~sr awa ta hogue. Asina cu nan a bin bende
rinicao, because we could not biar- the eS-eauS T Bart Kock. Esaki tampoco no
~,0natiUlk roofing any longer. Wh'n the a gusta cas y el a bende cu Dandan
work was bomplted my husband went Oditber. Porfin con cu Dios a yuda nos,
SVaueiqar against With the*(avings os a risk fia e cas. Nos a duna loque
~of to k* p:-p we built a kitchen to' nos tabatin gespaar y pa &bs sigui paga
en si i husband apt out to sAbrA poco-poco te ora nos cabs di paga
ARUBA EtSO NEWS
use her was use..
MAYe 24? 1946
Beo.w, ctosgearians ld anl d Supriana Kelly, who have been married
'*r *evr so yHar aad have Ilved at the same plae* nur Wotrd snle
%884, ret in the shade before their sturdy hkms. (weside them are a
laughter and a grandson). At right, Mrs. Kelly, still strong and alert
Na banda robex, Eleld y Supriana Kelly, u tin mac dl S0 anja
oas y eu a bibs na Tanki Flip desde aua 1is4, ta sesegA den
freoo dllanei nan uos. (Banda dl nan, un nleto y un iloe-muher.)
AM ribs, Shl Suprina, fuerte y masha bon conservl, ta cents
alpun experienela dl su 82 anflaen d bids.
tur. Anja tabata masha malo, tur co-
secha a bai perdi y ora nos tabatin mi-
tar balor di e cas paga, a bin un horcen
cu a lags e cas na werki. Nos a corre
pa cas di mi mama cu un jioe-homber
di un anja; e tempo ey mi tabata spera
di dos. Jega na cai Mama, aya tambe
biento a bula panchi. Noe a keda na
pens center anochi; tabata parce nos
cu tabata cabamento di mundo. Porfin
weer a bin bedaar y mainta nos a bai
mira e eas, pero ta fundeshi so a keda
heater; tur balki, tur muraya, dak tur
a keda na pida-pida. Dos anja largo nos
mater a sigui paga; porfin nos a bin
cli cu delaster pagamento; nos no ta-
batin debe mas, ma nos no tabatin cas
tampoco. Tur placa on nos a spaar a
cabs y nos a keda mescos.
Eloid tabata gana dos placa mas pa
dia, pero nos tabatin mas jioe tambe,
y e ora 41 a bal Venezuela pa gana un
chilin dilmuenucu di caia. Despues un
el a bolbe nos a bin lama muraya di
piedra ribs e mes fundeshi bieuw, y cu
dak di palo di maishi. Awor nos tabatin
un pida lugar, ma e cas ta lek manera
pacuto. Awa ta yena cas, distribi tur
noa, pida cosnan.
Nan a ofrece Eloid pa traha caminda
ta kima aloe, pero e di e si no ke muri
kimi y el a bolbe bai Venezuela. Ora el
a bolbe nos a bin traha hadrij cerca e
otro cuarto di prom6. Nos a mands pidi
panchi na Corsouw pasobra ya hende
no por a Wianta cu e dak di maishi mas.
Ora a bin c eu trabao Eloid a bolbe
bai Venezuela. Ora el a bolbe nos a tra-
ha cushina, y nos a cuminza cu planta-
mento y nos a traha request pa cria 100
bestia. Nos situaci6n a cuminza drecha
poco. Nos tabata pober ainda, pero ta-
batin mas pober cu nos. Semper nos a
down and when he got to Cuba, he was have been much stronger now, if it
a very sick man. Father and son were were not for all the misery I had to go
reunited, everything was straightened through. I am contented though; only
out, and when he was well again Elbid my eyes are not of much use to me any-
case back to Aruba. But he'wua-never more, but they have seen so much;
thei old one again. He was not strong they have seen poverty and misery;
a ore and he did not have much 3Anhiuneradble tears they've shed when
esstbance. -he burden was too heavy; yes my
As bhe years went by our children : Whave seen enough, the misery of
grew up and today we are the proud yetetday and the abundance of today.
grl are4ts of 24 grandchl ,qp ,and, Childtn .that I've seen crying with
9' greatmgrandchildren. My husband huager, and that I've fed myself, the
isnot.too well; the poor manh,.has had vy eame children are men today and
ALDb&a.to deal with. I m#it sEld, tiy earn 10 and 12 gulidem now. They
yuda esnan cu no tabatin nada, pasobra
nos no a lubida nos mes miseria cu nos
a pasa. Nos tabatin nuebe jioe; dos
jioe-homber a sali di cas pa busca tra-
bao; un a bai pa Cuba y e otro pa Ma-
raeaibo. Ata un dia hendenan cu a bolbe
fo'i Cuba a bin bisa cu e jioe tabata
malo na Cuba. Eloid a iali pa duba pa
busk6; na bordo el a hiba un spanfr,
dun6 manera un sorto di nervio: .lou 0
el a yega Cuba e tabata malo pa m .
E jioe a bin cerca su tata, nan a regl
tur asunto y ora Etlbd a bira mihor.z
a bolbe Aruba. Pero nunca mae e no
keda bon; ya e no tabata e Eloid 1
Asina cu hopi trabao, hopi lucha, ros
a eria nos jioenan to cu nos a gana nai
grand, nan a casa y awor nos tin 24
nieto y 19 bisanieto. Eloid no ta sinti
much bon; no ta trgbao di e mundo ski
e pober a pasa pa mantene e jioenan.
Ami mes por tabata much mas fuert
si no tabata pa trabao cu hende meeter
a pasa. MI wowo at ta hopi scur, perz
ta hopi cos nan a mira tambe; miseria
chamber; hopi lagrima nan a basha ora
cu cruz tabata much pisi; si, mi wb-
v.4onan a mira basta, miseria di ante".y
abundaneia di awepnia. Muchanan c:
mi a mira jora di chamber, eu mi mes a
eria, awe nan ta homber cn ta gana '1
cu 12 florin pa dia. Nan no ta corda mi
mas, nan a lubida ta ken a yuda nan.
Awor, ta asina ta bida. Ma tur bon on
hende haci aki bao, nan ta skirbi cu
letter di oro na Clelo. Senjor di ,,Yuda
pober y lo mi yuda bo".
Tata a juda nos; nos a traha nos eas
y awe cu nos ta bieuw nos no ta traha,
pero nos no ta muri di chamber. Nos
jioe Maria ta euida nos bon. Nos ta
biba masha tranquil; dos hende.
manera nos, ta kico mas nos poin
don't even know me anymore, tlih
don't remember the one tat ..avet
them. That's the way life is,' ut ai
the charity one does in this wq
being written in golden letters
book in Heaven. The Lord said
the Poor and I shall help you"..,
He has helped us; we gotour hose
and today at our old age we don't wo
but still we don't starve. .oo
being taken of us by ou-
daughter Maria. We have
and at this age, what el l.