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Title: Aruba Esso news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 30-44 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Lago Oil and Transport Company, Ltd
Publisher: Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
Place of Publication: Aruba Netherlands Antilles
Creation Date: July 5, 1946
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Language: Text in English and papiamento.
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A RBAi Esso N Ws


VOL. 7, No. 9


PUBLISHED BY THE LAGO 0L


& TRANSPORT CO., LTD


JULY 5. 1946


May "C.Y.I." Awards Total FIs. 325

Coming up with a suggestion that greatly improved the expansion joint
at the SO 2 production plant, George Larson became the high "C.Y.I." win-
ner for the month of May with an award of FIs. 100.


Other lucky ones were:

Maurits De Kort, FIa 10.00, install
"Drive Slow" sign at blind corner from
main refinery road to Powerhouse
No. 1.
Tiis idea resulted in the installation of a
traffic caution sign at the spot mentioned and
it will serve as a safety measure.
Paul Bennett, Fls. 10.00, install walk-
way over pipe lines near Crude field
Pumphouse.
In the interest of the safety of the personnel
Involved in the area, the walkway was installed.
George Barzey, Fla. 10.00, install
identification signs at Docks.
A complete survey was made in the area and
as result a rt number of safety and name signs
ware installed.
Oscar Copra, Fls. 15.00, additional
paper cutting machine for Blueprint
room T.S.D.
This idea will result in the increased
production of prints which has at times been
slowed down due to the fact that they were
coming off the machine faster than the existing
paper cutter could handle them.
Continued on Page 2



E. A. C. Election Completed


For the past three days (July 3, 4, and S),
balloting has been taking place In the final
election of Employees' Advisory Committee
members. A tabulation of results will appear
n the next issue. Above, Rupert Jallal, member
of a sub-committee which also included S.
Joseph and B. Chand, Is tacking up a poster
near the Dispensary. Besides Mr. Jallal, the
election committee included Ersklne Anderson,
Luclano Wever, Henry Nassy, John Walker,
Juan Koolman, and Ricardo van Blarcum.


Officers Elected at
Meeting of Directors

The first meeting of the Board of
Directors of Lago Oil & Transport
Company, Ltd. to be held in Aruba
took place June 13.
General Manager L. G. Smith was
elected president of the Company, a
post he has held for a number of years.
T. C. Brown, Lago's comptroller and
recently made a director, was elected
secretary and, treasurer.
C. E. Lanning was elected vice-presi-
dent, and the Board appointed D. R.
Brewer assistant secretary, and E. G.
Lindroth assistant treasurer. The three
last-named officials are in the New York
office of the Standard Oil Company
(N:J.).
The Board will meet regularly in
Aruba at quarterly intervals, the second
Tuesday in January, April, July, and
October,


Jonkuman di 74 Aria Ta
Haya Poz di Awa Dushi

Ora un homber coba un poz seis pia
hancho y 108 pia hundu den piedra di
koraal cu nada otro sin hermentnan chi-
kito di man, sigur ta nobedad. Pero mas
ainda, e cobador di poz ta un homber
di 74 anja cu lo haci 75 na September.
Asina a pasa cu Johannes Rasmijn
di 74 anja di edad, ex-empleado di Com-
pania den Carpenter Department, cu a
haya awa dushi dia 21 di Juni despuss
di a coba 108 pia den cunucu banda di
su cas cu ta keda na Weg naar Sero
Pretoe (Caminda pa Sero Pretoe), mei
milla pa nort di San Nicolas. Y tur e
trabao e mes a haci, cu algun yudanza
di su casa y algun nieto chikito.
Principle tabata 30 anja pas&-
Ta na anja 1916 (prome cu hopi di e
lesadornan a nace) cu Shon Johannes a
saka permit y a cuminza coba su poz.
E tabatin e buraco cobA te 10 pia hun-
du (ainda bo por mira e marca), ora
cu un cantidad di Arubiano a sali bai
Cuba pa traha den cunucu di canja. Jo-
hannes tabata un di e hopinan. A dura
30 anja prom4 cu el a bolbe baha den e
poz.
El a keda algun tempo na Corsouw
y el a traha pa Lago di 1930 te 1940.
Atrobe a dura 6 anja prom6 cu el a cu-
minza coba. Dia 2 di Januari, 1946 cl
a cuminza grabath y raspa den fondo di
e poz, y despues di 6 luna el a haya lo-
que e tabata rondia.
Den tempo di awor cu dinamiet y
drillnan ta bale la pena di nota cu e
trabao a worde haci henteramente cu
drillnan chikito cu el mes a traha di
baranan di hero. E tabatin kustumber
di kima tirenan bieuw di auto den fondo
di e poz pa haci e koraal bira moli, se-
gun e esaki tabata yuda.
Ora e tabata na mesa dia 21 di Juni
merdia, el a bisa su hendenan cu e ta
kere cu e awa ta cerca, y djei el a bol-
be baha den e poz y el a sigui traha na
claridad di un mecha den un butishi di
janever jen. cu kerosene. Och'or e awa
a spruit y Johannes master a sali unbez,
pasobra pronto e awa a yega na un hal-
tura di 10 pia.
Awor tur loque falta ta di traha un
rand di cement na boca di e poz (un
trabao simpel pa e jonkuman di 74 an-
ja), algun formalidad cu Gobierno y
Johannes Rasmijn por cuminza bende e
awa, cu a dura 30 anja pa el a haya.



KEEP IEM ,FY


Facts and Figures
From the Company's Annual Report

From the outbreak of war until V-J
Day, Standard Oil Company (N.J.) and
affiliates lost 96 tankers. The vessels
have been partially replaced and it is
planned to add further to the fleet.

For the second successive year, the
amount of crude toil processed in the
domestic and foreign refineries of
Standard Oil Company (New Jersey)
and affiliated companies exceeded one
million barrels a day. The total refinery
runs 1,119,900 barrels a day re-
presented an increase of five per cent
over 1944.

Venezuela, with a crude oil produc-
tion exceeding 1, 000,000 barrels a day,
is now established as the second largest
oil-producing nation. Slightly more than
half of the country's output is con-
tributed by Creole Petroleum Corpor-
ation.

From Pearl Harbor to the close of
the war, production of 100 octane
gasoline and blending components by
Standard (N. J.) affiliates represented
20 per cent of the total supply of the
Allied Nations.

From statements to shareholders meet-
ing by Eugene Holman, president, and
F. W Abrams, chairman:

"Estimated crude production of the
Standard Oil Co. (N.J.), worldwide, for
the first five months of 1946 was
1,049,000 barrels per day, up 8 percent
over the same period in 1945. Refinery
runs have averaged some 1,666,000
barrels per day, up 9 percent over
1945."
Note: Lago's refinery runs during the
first five months of 1946 averaged
330,700 barrels per day, or more than
one-fourth of Jersey's worldwide total.
"A fair competitive system in the long
run gives people more goods, of better
quality, and at lower prices than they
would have under any other system.
This is not to say that our system is
perfect, but while striving to improve
it, we must not sacrifice its features of
superiority."

Not the rainy season but a reason-
ably good imitation was put on by the
month of June, as gardens, fields, (and
in some cases employees) soaked up
the largest amount of June rain in the
past 16 years.
Since 1929 the average for all Junes
has been one-half inch of rain, but this
one broke records with 1.56 inches, or
three times the usual amount. Like
gold, the rainy season is where you
find it.


Aki ooe nos ta mira Johannes Rasmijn, cobador di poz di 74 anja. E ta park banda dl su
cosnnn dl trabao, cu cualnan el a traha su 18 drillnan cu el a usa pa coba e poz. Na banda
drechi den e bankschroef tin un di e drillnan. Mira na pagina 8 un portret di Johannes y su pox.


A Litter of One

If eats can have kittens, why can't
Cat-Plants? The answer is that they
can. Tucked into a corner of No. 3 Labo-
ratory is an assortment of tubes, gauges,
dials, thermometers, beakers, flasks,
and wires. To the unaccustomed eye of
the non-chemist this might look like
just another pile of lab equipment, but
those in the know recognize it as the
Cat-Plant's "kitten". The reason for the


A miniature edition of the mighty giant shown
In the small picture, the apparatus where
Archibald Stevenson is recording results is a
10-foot model of the 20-story Cat Cracker. The
whole model at No. 3 Lab. would fit into some
of the pipes on the big unit, yet for test pur-
poses It reproduces many of the results
obtained on Its parent.

name is that on a much smaller scale
the "ldtten" will do the same things as
the full sized "Cat".
Set up here a year ago after having
been built in Bayway, the small unit is
used to run the various tests in connec-
tion with Cracking Plant activities. The
little unit stands about ten feet high and
is much the same in design as the "Cat-
cracker".
To get an idea of the difference in
magnitude of the operations of the two,
in the twenty-minutes-at-a-time that the
kitten is run, it is fed 530 cc. of a
standard gas oil to be cracked and
tested. These periods produce about 80
cc. of product. But across the street
from the Lab., the process is carried
on on a somewhat larger scale. In the
same twenty minute period about
57,343,750 cc. of oil are fed to the giant
cracker and the result is roughly
23,118,000 cc. of aviation gasoline. As
might be suspected, "baby" does no'
have quite the appetite for catalyst
that mama has. While the baby is using
0.8 of a pound of catalyst, the Cat it-
self is running with 680,000 pounds in
its innards.
Though the baby can never reach the
proportions of its parent it goes on day
by day doing its small but important
part in the work of the refinery.


At left is Johannes RasmUn, expert well-digger
at the age of 74. No hardened arteries here
S" the 1S drills he used up In hand-drillin a
-l. l-foot well through solid coral. For story



r 1Save that shirt--
(See page 2)
2)--Sew.that.sheet


MOMENEMEM








ARUBAESSONEWSJULY


5, 1946


A RveA N sWS

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, July 26. All copy must reach the editor in
the Personnel building by Friday noon. July 19
Telephone 523

fPrined by Thi Curacao Courant, Cuacl.o. N.W.L



Any Notches

Left?

One of the commonest
occupations for civilians
during the war years was
"tightening up their belts
another notch". Many, of /
course, through patron-
izing black markets or
developing channels of
favoritism, never really
felt the squeeze of war-
time shortages; most or- *
dinary people, though,
tightened up their belts with each new shortage and
dreamed of the postwar years when there would be
plenty of everything.
The postwar years are here, but plenty of every-
thing hasn't arrived. In fact, all indications are that
things are going to get a great deal worse along the
supply line before they even begin to get better.
Everyone who reads a newspaper, listens to the
radio, or shops for food or clothing knows that goods
of many kinds are harder to buy now than at any
time during the war. What many may not realize,
though, is that this situation may last for a long time
and is likely to become more difficult.
This is confirmed by a Colony Service Department
representative who has just completed a detailed
survey of buying possibilities in the United States, par-
ticularly the New York area. Normal legal purchases of
food and clothing are extremely difficult to make.
Many things can be secured in the black market, that
are not obtainable otherwise, including all the steaks,
white shirts, and nylon hose anyone might want. The
Company's Purchasing Department, however, will not
operate in the black market field.
An outgrowth of the shortages is the U.S. govern-
ment's tightening up of export license control. Last
month, for example, it was necessary for the Purchasing
Department to send a man to Washington in an
attempt to secure an export license for work gloves
and work trousers to be sold in the Commissaries here.
During the war the Company received priorities
because of its position as a great supplier of indispen-
sable petroleum products. Now, however, priorities are
past, and Company buyers compete on an equal basis
with everyone else that is clamoring for limited supplies
Moreover, even when supplies are available, export
restrictions may make it impossible to get them out of
the country.
It all adds up to the fact that many of the essentials
of life, especially food and textiles, may be increasingly
hard to get, and it will be some time before that tight
wartime belt can really be loosened up.





In a recent article in a New York newspaper, Ralph
Hendershot, a noted financial writer, stated that traditio-
nally, the name "Standard Oil" flashes in people's minds a


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(Doet Indicate that report
Simon Coronel
Slpat Chand
tattaur Bacohus
Gordon Ollvierre
Luslnoo Wever
Simon Oerrnnse
Hienwey Hlrsehfeld
Iphll Ji.es
Erskine Anderson
Sam Vlapree
Fernando Da SHiv.
ertn* Vlapre
Huge de Vries
Pedro Odor
Mrs. Ivy Butts
JaIlnto de Kort
Henry Hassy
Harold Wathey
*Mrs. M. A. Mosgroo
l sa Macklntosh
tIrle Crcihlow
Alvin Texelra
Calvin Hassell
Federico Peroon
Edward Larmonle
sdflr Connor
Mqarlo Harms
Cade Abraham
Jan Oduber
Johl FramIlsae
iose La Crux
Vsnlsha Vanterpool
Ricardo Van Blarcum
Claude Uolah
Hubert Lcury
Harold Jam"e
Edney Huekleman


I Al %A.j\. .'LtJI t%,i1 L
hIe turned In a tip for this Issue)
Hospital
Storehouse
Instrument
Electrical
Labor
Drydock
Marine Office
Recelvlng & Shipping
Acid & Edeleanu
L. 0. F.
Presrssue Stills
C.T.R. & Field Shope
T.S.D. Office
Accounting
Powerhouse 1 & 2
Laboratories 1 A 2
Laboratory 8
Lago Police
E... & Lago Clubs
Dining Halls (8)
Hydro-Alky
Gas & Poly Plants
M. &. C. Office
Masons & Insulators
Carpenter & Paint
Machine Shop
klackrmilth. Boiler & Tin
Pipe
Welding
Colony Commissary
Plant Commissary
Laundry
Coluny Service Office
Colony Shops
Garage
Personnel
Sports


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thought akin to "power" or "wealth".
The Company, he stated, might better be thought of as
a large shareholders' association with many thousands of
ordinary people owning stock. It is owned by 160,000 stock-
holders, some of whom undoubtedly are rich, but there are
many more thousands who are just run-of-the-mill citizens.
Comparing the 5,816 stockholders of 1912 with the present
number, it is apparent that the ownership of S.O. (N.J.)
has been much more widely distributed and the realization
of a greater responsibility to the public no doubt developed
with this expansion.
As an evidence of this realization, he pointed out that of
over 5,000 Company employees who have been released from
the service, all but 250 came back to the job.


Correction

In the Aruba Esso News of May 24 it Is stated that
"the Esso Transportation Company will own all ocean
tankers not under the U. S. flag". In reality, it is not
contemplated that this company will own any vessels other
than the Lake Tanker Fleet formerly owned by Lago
Shipping Company, Ltd.
Their principal role, aside from chartering agency
matters, will be the operation of vessels owned by other
affiliates under management agreements. In this manner
they will operate ships owned by Anglo and certain vessels
of the Panama Transport Company which are assigned to
them. They will also lend any required assistance to other
marine affiliates in Europc.


L. G. Smith opens
the softball .a-on
at the Junior aseo
Club field by knock-
Ing first-ball pitch'
er 0. Mlngus out of
the box with a hard
line drive to first
base, while Marnue
Manager J. Wood-
ward walts in vain
for the pitch that
never reached him.
At right, Walter
Spitzer of the School
faculty and player-
coach with the High
School team, S rts
his outfit on a
seven-run rally by
knocking the ball
clear out of the park
with the bases Iad-
ed. It wasn't saugh,
though, and T. S Db
reglstred the rint
win of the seam..


Cont. from page 1


Herbert Morgan, Fls. 10.00, install
toilet facilities for Dockmasters.
As a convenience to the Docknmasters the
toilet was installed.
Sidney Cobbins, Fls. 25.00, lighting
for barge at Dry Dock.
The installation of three lights in the barge
at the Drydock will eliminate a safety hazard
Prosper Tackling, Fls. 15.00, extens-
ion to wall at No. 12 aviation unit.
The adonti.n of this idea resulted in the
limlnation of a definite safety hazard.
Max Trott, Fls. 25.00, assign private
phone to chairman of the E.A.C. and
list same in phone directory.
As a result of this idea the names of all the
Committee chairmen were listed irn the classified
section of the telephone directory.
Oscar Ramotar, Fls. 20.00, make
wedges to maintain proper reach and
foundation for link belt crane.
This idea led to the solution of the problem
of maintaining a safe and proper position when
loading aulfui with the link belt crane.
Gilberto Croes, FIs. 10.00, give
employees 10% discount on kerosene.
The "Eso" c'ulon blonks will now he good
foi kerusene bought at the E,,o Seivice station
and also fi rm Ruiz tank wagons.
Wayne Meisenheimer, Fls. 15.00, im-
provements to bulletin boards.
The bulletin boards throughout the ilflnery
will now be divided in half, with one half show-
ing "New" items and the other showing "Fixed"
items.
Martin Richardson, Fls. 10.00, reloc-
ate lights over east blower turbine and
west blower discharge at PCAR.
Due to the relocation of these lights, better
lighting and safety conditions wil result
Wilfred D'Aguiar, Fls. 15.00, install
extension on valve of bottoms pump
discharge on No. 4 & No. 7 Rerun Stills.
As a matter of convenience to opertoit th.
extension Will be installed on the valve.
Segundo Zara, Fls. 25.00, install 1"
steam connection at NO., 1 & No. 2
Pitch Stills.
This steam connection will result in smoother
operation and fewer repairs.
Matthew Farrell, Fls. 10.00, supply
Cleanout truck with portable ramps for
unloading drums.
This idea brought into practice a satisfactory
solution to the problem.


NEW ARRIVALS

A son. Edward Hendrik, to Mr. and Mrs.
Henri Donk. June 10.
A daughter, Dominica Margarita, to Mr. and
Mrs. Damaaco van der Linden. June 10.
A daughter. Ternice Patricia. to Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Ellis. June 11.
A son, Pedro Esteban, to Mr. and Mrs. Emi-
liano Van der Linden. June 12.
A daughter. Bonice Albertine. to Mr. and Mrs.
Maurille Illis. June 11.
A daughter. Pearl Hilary. to Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Mcleod. June 14.
A son. Rudy Slefanus, to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
I.eysnel. June 15.
A son, Alexandll, to Mi. and Mrs. Rudolph
Kufi. lune 15.
\ son, Adalims Agustin. It MI. and Mrs.
Michel Laurence. June 15.
A daughter. Helena Flrancise a Marcollna. tu
Mr and Mrs. Ricardo Weser. June 1h.
A son. Robels Gerall. to Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
holmus Hfopmans. June 19.
A daughter. Louisa. to Mr. and Mta. Johaunne
Ilenriquez. June 21.
A son, Gary Michael, to Mt. and Mrs. Georse
Nobrega, June 21.
A son. Ronald Errol. to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Clauzel. June 21.
A son. Herman Stanley. to Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Ritfeld. June 22.
A son. Chrisincio Paulino. to Mr. and Mrs.
Leimiet Kock. June 22.
A son. Inocencio Nicanoi. to Mr. and Mrs.
Juan Koolman. June 22.
A non. Agripino Roman. to Mr. and Mrs. Do-
nminico Solognier. June 23
A daughter. Kathleen Agne.. to Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Bunyan, June 23.
A son. to Mr. and Mrs. Eat'bsan Rasmnjn. June
24.


Improved K.L.M. Service Begins
Linking the Western Hemisphere
with the Eastern, a transatlantic ser-
vice inaugurated by K.L.M. June 6, now
flies the 5627 miles from Curacao to
Amsterdam in 36 hours. The change in
route, which takes present flights
through New York, cuts the flying time
considerably as compared with the just-
under-three-days time of the longIr
route through Africa, Portugal, and
South America. It now is possible uo
make a complete round trip from Am-
sterdam to CuraQao in a week-end and
still have a full (lay in Cura-au whe.i
you get there.
In addition to these new transatlantic
flights, there will shortly be put hito
service three new DC-4s on the main
lines in the Caribbean which will great-
ly reduce the time to and from Miami.
Recently received by K.L.M.'s West
Indies Division was the Inter-American
Safety Council's "Aviation Safety
Award" for flying the whole of 1945
without a single accident to passengers
or crew.


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Just one little drop coming out
of the line at right. Insignifi-
cant! But a drop per second
will fill ten barrels in a year.
Multiply such tiny losses by
hundreds and the little drop is
no longer insignificant, it be-
comes staggering.


A common source of oil loss is through the stuffing
boxes on valves. Keep valve stuffing boxes snug to
stop these leaks.


Most pipeline leakage and valve stuffing box leakage
doesn't go to the sewer it is 100 per cent lost. Pre-
vent such losses!


THIS is one cubic centimeter. Looks
like only a few drops. But a loss of
one cubic centimeter per second
will equal 200 barrels in a year. And
200 barrels is a lot of oil.


THIS is five cubic centimeters. (It's
easy for a carelessly-operated pump
to lose five cc's per second). This
little dribble in a year's time will
waste 1,000 barrels of oil.


THE THIMBLE is traditionally a
symbol of tiny quantities. This one
barely fits your little finger. It would
hold only two and a half cubic
centimeters. But poorly-operated
pumps, leaking valves, careless
sampling and dozens of other ways
of losing "just a little" oil make
millions of thimblefulls, thousands
of barrels.


REDUCE LOSSES


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Publicizing the total of motoring
injuries-almost a million last year,
with 36.000 deaths-never gets to first
base in jarring tile motorist into a ieali-
zation of the appalling risks of motoring.
He does not translate dry statistics into
a reality of blood and agony.
Figures exclude tle pain ani horror
of savage mutilation-which means tle)
leave out the point. They need to be
brought closer home A passing look at
a bad smash or the news that a fellow
you had lunch with last week is in
hospital with a broken back will make-
any driver but a born fool slow dow'i
at least temporarily. But what is needed
is a vivid and sustained realization tlhat
every time you step on the throttle death
gets in beside you, hopefully waiting fu:
his chance. That single horrible accident
you may have witnessed is no isolate.
horror. That sort of thing happens ever
hour of the day, everywhere in thle
United States. If you really felt that,
perhaps the stickful of type in Monday's
paper recording that a total of 29 local
citizens were killed in week-end crashes
would rate something more than :1
perfunctory tut-tut as you tuin back
to the sports page.

An enterprising judge now and again
sentences reckless t'ivcis to tour tili
accident end of a city morgue But even
a mangled body on a slab, waxily lpor-
traying the consequences of had motor-
ing judgment, isn't a patch on the seem
of the accident itself. No artist working
on a safety poster would dare depict
that in full detail.
That picture would have to include
motion-picture and sound effects, too-
the flopping, pointless efforts of the in-
jured to stand up; the queei g runtiing
noises: the steady, panting groaning oti
a human being with pain creeping up ,ni
him as the shock wears off. It shoul.l
portray the slack expression on the face
of a man, drugged with shock. staling
at the Z-twist in his broken leg, the in-
sane crumpled effect of a child's bod'
after its bones are crusheol inward, a
realistic portrait of an hysterical womnii
with her screaming mouth opening .1
hole in the bloody drip that fills her
eyes and runs off her chin. Minor details
would include the raw ends ot bone-,
protruding through flesh in compound
fractures, and the dark red, oozing SLu-
faces where clothes and skin were flayed
off at once.

Those are all standard, everyday
sequels to the modern passion for going
places in a hurry and taking a chance
or two by the way. If ghosts could be
put to a useful purpose, many bad
sretches of road everywhere would greet
the oncoming motorist with groans anid
screams and the educational spectacle
of ten or a dozen corpses, all sizes, sexes,
and ages, lying horribly still on the
bloody grass.

Last year a state trooper of n','
acquaintance stopped a big red Hispan.i
for speeding. Papa was obviously ia tes
ponsible person, obviously set for
pleasant week-end with his family -s
the officer cut into -papa's well-tbred
expastulations: "I'll let you off this
time, but if you keep on this wa\, you
won't last long. Get going-but take it
easier." Later a passing motorist hailed
the trooper and asked if the red Hispan i
had got a ticket. "No," said the troops.
"I hated to spoil their part*\". "Too ha.,
you didn't," said the motorist, "I sx'.
you stop him-and then I passed that
car again 50 miles up the line. It still
makes me feel sick at my stomach Tie
car was all folded up like an accordion
the color was about all there was left.
They were all dead but one of the kuls-
and he wasn't going to live to thIe
hospital."

Maybe it will make you' sick at \our
stomach, too. But unless you're a heav,-
footed incurable, a good look at the.
picture the artist wouldn't dare to paint,
a first-hand acquaintance with the re-
sults of mixing gasoline with speed and
bad judgement, ought to be well worth
your while.

I can't help it if the facts are revolt-
ing. If you have the nerve to drive fast
and take chances, you ought to have tile
nerve to take the appropriate cure. You
can't ride an ambulance or watch the


--AN'D SUDDEN






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Eltd 'lb b, J.by FLuni ... A r._e c t d j t.: r I ui ''r2.'
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doctor work llng oil t le \i< [111 lit til'
huosp ll, Ibut \ Oil 'a I L Li

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can inistlanitl \ tiu this IiJi' I i l< l i ,
a mad -bull rlphdint


Collisiui1n, tuII n ov') I1 bld- ',s%, I L s' I dls I
type of ac citi de p iiul, '- I i i -i
te ing dead stop i fr AL I I SliiI l L ,
of ihrl ction, antd mile' il' ,', i ;i ,ii
n ll'lanlilg \Ltll I u iIt illon ni, I i lln th i I -
tion it tie u igin l -'L d, e\i I i,
and angle of the uil s intel rint nl l. I:-
tlly becomes i balti 'erig, ,11i [
tile, aimed silularel\ ,it \ I I 1 1
There is no bli. III;: 'L'" it .
these imnpeli;tilVe iLt S of iolA 1
It's like going o\er N .l, ti I i 111
steel barrel l ull ol l lOf itll id i_, 1
best thing that c nI hatilei II n '
one of the ilel tl tliu s tO le t
out as tile doui ,S b l I1 i 1 i
have unlt the gl uld l i i ,,
Truie, you st ike \ lith s i.ub i i,
it \ou had been thrown tliinL tle T' It' I-
tieth Century at top speed It iu< I I-
you are spuaed the lethal i ai ol
gleaming metal kniuos and edLIg-e Alln
glass inside tile car

People Ilate dl\ved thloulghi wttinlidli! Ii
anld coi e out with r oil\ sLI] t 11 1
Si riatches. They I haitv' i Lil L.IIS lu.i'it
head on., educing both to twist', L ,JLiiL
aind been found unhlrti t anld al ill'' i I-
terly t\Vo miniLti's after'tt\.iIi i;,t dI L' I
was there just the sane lie \\ittiS ui'
exercising his prvivlege ot being eill ilt
This spring a wrecking ci'ew plied thlIt
door uiff i carl w'ich hLd been ii u l
turned doJwn an i emliiankent and iui
stepped the dive\i with 'onl a st SIL
on his cheek. Bui his mioLliei \.s
insiIde, ,1 spl" liIt'e ul wood f1o111 tl.- o I
(d1ll ve l fultr I ll hes i tit I l l ii hii '
result of son's tiki'n ;I ''t citl
ihtl le too fast. Nu bluud, nou hLi i .
twisted bones just ai gr a-ilI.i i i
corpse still clutching hei pui keth.iJL il
her hal. cliti lied ii wlIt' >I !
fell the cir leave the loxd
On that samen cui i i LI i liti L''l '1 .
light tuLring car crashed I litie 1I1 tlL,
iniddle of' the front seat the\ I : -
nine-lnu tlihs-old bab'\" SLlur I un11 I
broken glass atnd -,' t absolutely LI..ilih
A fine practical luke on de:th 'Aui
spoiled by the baby's patients, still sL
ting oni ei'ch sil'd of hilm instirllll i kill 1
by shattetiiug thliti skulls ui Llie Id.LL'-
board.

If you customarily pass \vitlhuiLt 'I'ati
vision a long way ahead, milake stile [lifit
every member of the p.irt cCari les Idil-
dification papers. IT's dlilt ult i
identify a body with its whole t, t.
bashed in or torn off. The di iver is
death's favorite target. It tire steiringL
wheel holds together it i'ptlutii his livel
or spleen so he bleeds to death inte l-
nally Or, if the steering wheel bteaki
off, the matter is instantly settled bi
the steering column's plunging C IIi gi tli oughi
his abdomen.


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i' he ,', shi goes o ver with tile d i ll -ul
,i inhane rller coaster ani tie lethal
lil!Illtlll l'l f h'. ri SO ll I tl. i c1 il
111 1I till I hl-arts Ll d Il IIIigs \ t therll 1r 1\%
\il s, 1 e oi rsel I tilt ]t'1 t1 l In.i'i: 11 1 -,
(iLge is lII less dill,] r Sp tl Lbi 1' ls it is

tlt' pi[ tr il in stea tt:ilne ab lu nit

ai\' thit is filling th n blodl

LieLing glass- safLlg Ilass is ob i I
,.i' as she- goes over> will tie sw rlt Oa
Ll insane zllcr coastert and ile lethull


illrS The it--- th mi-lnrlt ilita tln ]li n01 l -

/b [)ctl-ar;l lnstl'ad ul t lhe LdtonLuia
ca\'tLy h hat is filling s with blood.

Flying glass- safer glasan i Ith nlth

means universal yet coiLtribl htes ]Illiclh
more than its share to the spectacular


side of accidents. It doesn't merely cut-
thie fragments are driven in as it a can-
non loaded with broken bottles had been
fired in your face, an a a sliver in the
eye. traveling with such force, means
certain blindness. A leg or arm stuck
through thle wishield will cut clean to
the bone through vein, artery and
muscle like a piece of beef under the
butcher's knife, and it takes little time
tu lose a fatal amount of blood under
suicb ci cunlstances Even safety glass
may ilut be wholly safe when til car
crashes something at high speed. You
hear picturesque tales of how a flying
iLiLrnan body will make a neat hole in the
stautt witl its head- the sllhouIlds sti.k
tlie glass holds anid the lr :i L kee
'i:1 d lhe'apittes the Ibody as .atll as 'a


Ur, til fonliriiu i wi\tlh the di capil.ltion
loitllI, Li inlg ,iof tIhe louLd illtuo pO -
xllld-:i lll I ('c lli i putll \i l |j \ni- dl lj V l-

%- 1l 11 1 1,111 rhi- I I.IU 1,h t ilt e L1o,1, IIJI
mu l, t ulrs <,tit \ ui i he 't' i |lh i l ,s
p t llnte x .II ; I nht iis ne ii t ,1 jIb A ii
I Inialu hh I -i l OI ls L ll t I i ii, t 'tin
S tnidal wit\ I tihelt StIl l i l i lJ I thll.eir tet,
ki e x ll l Il':k oI t hI flU ] [d III u \'l n i thllu
I s ti ll ner tied,. '' hla IS thtl kinl
I lll l l i i II'll ilr+ l I 1 Se LIS

B lt all that is IaUt ink i in 'iver \ Ainl li
linh I s II:I nllniti Tu be mf 11m11/ iId 111i11i-
ilnt 1A 1 i lll \ I il illrs llli e l) el rllnll, \'ut
l,'l I 1 'I r S h ,i t ll S rlo t t b lu e as
t1 ]Ldk wh' bust the wind llu d witl
h i eadi, spi !si in i plintels ill over
ih,' uthcli u ( upd ts Ol tlh I ',lt, anid thlli,
I Lthe I' ri ullle d I.e rnll d with it
ti'i\n thi dgtt oil tihe windshield filin.-
itld (I1T lir th "inkt ii bllit ,tl i eai Oi
]'Lk ti I l iife p; t'ivn -nt tioo ni a lii ta tlv
It Ihe t ilt and stand in nt tL t u th tai l
liLght i. s \ iu tilake utti tie i s itI e ille-
\\ hH.%h \'.ill 1ininoitahlize yo in some
l l\ 's t inoi\ :is the tll w w l wasi
m llishnd Ilthte Iell it loitd alidi two m lilt i[I
thli tk ii\' the ini:ii't ul i he' vis lat
iliL'k nliglv l th IJI oi hi l oIl n cal O

\ le tlhin',\'n oiut 'l an up nI tojdsteI this
lpinwi tTolt,\wnl Ceil- but ;irhi bIoji ke a
I\' l ].:,shn-l ] t wiat his hi :id tI pi as sinll
,nl t ill- Iwhole Lt l, ol L'ilh kikul, du11i1
td thi. I. r Ia V'. \\ais lmissinlg Or snL]p
oft I, ni' -inc' h i l e I tlln d get yosoUliis'.l in l-
Ipahd y a laggel branch.

N l'i.- i th Iui n lib r i t\\ I 'al itlr iAlt u till
io' i11 st t Stl i i :is st' n Il thie ui111dina l
<1 ill[s" oIl ilt\ IA I|olloh InM'il Ltild d. teuL ',
po kix ,it L aI I do Il T ih' sti [isiiu L' llin
l thet i' ii ri till, diuitlisl l dirtiLy i lli-,
-",! ,\.' ([l., \ te ll

It's haiit d to tind ta surivin L it ldetii
\i t 'iiiil \l'ihi c'in t al 1u lt lk Al Lei \on
1u!i4 tlo, L thLi gC aiL I II set ring p titi Ia
sthl ouL K hK ,i: N ItL 1 o d l iSb ta tiu lied I'.i
'I\ l| rt!II rl'L that yIli haIiLi boIth collai
i 1. s S lIIi.l hed i ti shu ll de l blti -,
SiJ ILtiiL't ', IL\'o Lii ng L i m i 11i ki t l I
'liie .pl L'S i Lid ti le Li ri s lIcr ckI will
c'.ei \ % i'LiUani c it L liid Li tet I ni l l iipT LreS
I;LLi tI IL,| l l ... 'lT 1 ,]1 t iL t t l .1 thi'l-
.iI k ,#- 1ilS t( \ .,,I o IfF'I l llll zI il.ll lnI
L ith t \. i ,r pi o lll on A l ( r i\ ULIt
iv cii l't I fDI thi 1, not M i\ wi \ hen.
l1l ,tI .'it /'t I ,l \ t'L ni Tli LI eii 'iin to t il'
lthi l, hilt \' tl ilm11 ih ll .'t l ll o l to t

iit'L li IS ti i 'l% l liiet ll t'hsi bit ll nt


\\'' i t ,i 'l r stl h oi ed 1 l gl 11] it ill
l les IJL k I\ it 'Ie l i l\ 1Ig I I i O l hi O l
I u.l ll t i i t T t h t s tti titli i elthtl







hul.ntell than \oui' ifexes will Sdl]
i kt b'etiry' timoe \Oli' rIl\s \lt h \u1M-
ii.ntions SkutOif down i)\ ;I dink ol
t\o%(, eV\CI\ tlie \oll follow thle nliOl
aheaild too closely, %uI'Ie antll thIln 't Je'W
si'. llnds Igailnst IloodLl ialld ilgoly aLill !
SLuddnCl death

'['Tak i look at \ouitsell ia he l.Ill in
tlie white j:itket shakes Ils hta;d over
tou, tells thle boys with the stletth tl
niot to bother and ltutis awas to soil"-
buody else who isn't quite dead yet. And
tlihe, take it easy.


EW







JULY 5, 1946


LA MIERTE DI CABE1-BOTO





Die. rnj i pJia Reader s Digest I public un articullo kib p
J. C. Furnas tifula And Sudden Death'. Despues di esey c1
bubic word public nl-,us d; beces pa hact chiauffiurdnaril I&l;
;ion icSponsabildad di corre cu cuiddo. A[cgun dia pOsi niu d
mIritJ un accidenle ftdal y pa nilustfid un bez mias1 consecuencli.ino,
Ji Lint auto na[ qucJL'tuur no'. IJ pu ibhcJ L i, t0iJ uln tridui Lkil. tit
j i ui l


Publicaci-n di c total di a ccidillntenan
dl aLItutolubiel caisi un 1m l6tll itanll
pasa, cu 36,000 mo iiutu ta hal iii
chauffeuL tealiz Lt rlisolinan terrliil ii

Lsco r eit alidad di iangcIr 1 uinlI
Ctile Ilan ltL Excl i e du II it i\ hlIl t Ill
IIu t ila.I'l n lilvahle Li Ii Il n I t '1i
lanll tail xclui e' [pIi t pI il ll p il -i M i ,> I-
di a.i o ii tI. i nt) i pi Iuit hL .i i imp1 1 -
Siun. W i't andil o i t, :I rl sti s -l'tit 'u s il'i
iun acci ntnir'iLi iin I nli i I i il ii di '' LI
tII L I Itt ilil l i t h d LI >t c11 ti l iIt'

TpiLh, t. d i lu Im i a i'tr i t hi plihil OI < i
nlum bi kihIr lu i h Ia ctalkil I hifil it',
uI nI v I 111 ,u < l t dl hIt llcnu hit}.'




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inaI un aLl cidentll*' hl, i illl [Itel, Ink, kiti

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ILIc x it' I' t I11 I I I Il I i d I I 11,1
uil It \ tI I L ani daili S b) ll d dlI-t I lileI 1 i
lbu tit I Lal I ese\ itittu u' I Li u I ,t'a d'n
cU iLLnt DIL I 'una ninaiita I IF _-9 I1 n it l -
da Ino a ma uI l I;L 'I-a 1ts .1 *d'n1 -nllnl
dJuianLte week- iid, polis' !u hu p] n .i
un SIu. it as 't li ba, pI ini i I IF b i -iii I'


il Io 'I t lls tilL I I fill i 'lI ilt lI', LI l .I 1 1 1
bu blarchlli aa l+ lL't;a [lliL dep tl\it
Tin bL'z ti j.liu ta cabtig L.liauttlm-t -

L]a el'mIL Stlhill lI t l ii dII l ins 1 IllF -
Iai [ lllll' CLital Cl t il l I tii ] L dill iiil l,
Pl I 11 1 till tl J llll t liitLl hlita 'I tii u II

t niLt pel i 1i C `'s ULl' Il IIiaIi lln itl II ,'
juicio, nf ta Inaila Cui IaLt I s u en,
dt u ic, jiiatu miil NimLumi arlist- ifa t t
4nlia nl fll n)l I'liL(hl 'L 1 i tl( II :[111 di t' UI I -
ida t i lia di [ u tI l' I ui i t1 l u dLI t L't\
Pal t t pii t hln woi I I Itumullu U lt lt lli. ,
l'pur t utani.t I so ldl 1i mu llI 'llent ii 11,
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F n S i It InL- It11 1 1'i it 'i tII l s i I'FLt'
inlll ll i la L i n S I i ll h ti. t i l tt t It
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Illn lII o iho 1 1S tiLl It Iilt r -' l LO L -
tlbat (I l L d I tn i hiLlI i CL I n ti :l 1 '1 il,
tia t Le t u i iLtt kibli i [ mii lt, l 'rnl t


LIII Sa t l l i \ dC l ', Ii .i Itu1 it.1
till i u n nlis tt.]l.1 1 111 ,1 t (l(11111 ) 1,1 1,
iil inut ier histel u i t I u ,w L IIl% j II t kli
bli CLf si u l buItI I e h\ i ,llkl di ant L 'I i
CLW i l tina s 1u 1\Jvuw I)in \ 1 nI I I
liat su tti, hn :LL' M al s de iA\riitn tLt ii' ,

, 0 L i' Il t it i ,i .,( t 1 :i 11 11 1 i pii l i] 'i 1 L
pl-kkinho an u l[I i -L l kIitI I. l- i tudtla \l Il
pandl y o L u a ltt IiilJ i plI 'L till L i
Tur Lesakinan tI ice 0 itieien a uns L ai a
tur dia, di e pasi6n miudeLino dLi upur
continue, apesal di tuil It i La LIun I
nan ta u IrrL Si poui 1 lia l is,. di [
fitu, anto nIa aLd. piaida pFLlits calls, I
clhaufeur lo w10 de salud;': cu qul.u-
gritonan y ademas di esr, un s(I I r -
Structi.va dil iez ofi dilz-ih: s ,i .i, -
di t[II tamllafil lhoi oli)t-[ y uiulI. 11 It
edad, diumi stijf riba e yerba cl,- .i
greLnta.
Aria pass il us pOl i al I tll aI
grand co[t I' a a[)it 'ri 'r i nt u t uI il. I,
tata tabata paiti'- FLn h(lumbel 1. i-)put
sibilidad, Vapa e l n't lt L t i,ila Lj
pic-nic cu su lamina J, 11 puti 1 n r-
rumpi e tata den 'LI *.(;t-aitL ,,l" 1111
laga bo bai e bilia aki )eo I L hu h s ItI
asina lo bo no diu a lIiHhLIIO Ci1 I II-,all
uVwor, mlla tene poceu tUldkILU '1 lal. h
unll otl chaufft'uL : Iflata I)nllt 'l pI-F
lies s1 e homlber di o c ulu L( c t a lI li I\,i
unll boet, ,,N ", e polls di ,,ini tal atll
du'ele di daila nan plezie ." ,,Ta IInII,
cu bo no a haole", t chaluff'll di, ,,lli :1
uIila bo para nan y V[desplS ll a pJIsa.
e auto atrobe, 50 nilla mas alecuw, ain-


dta nit ta slnti raar ora mi corIda IluquII
nil a lntlllia. E auto labata tLI pishbt mI.a
IntiLL uIn SbI 0it 1nilla di ma : l, nI l C o'l
si bu pJur ia i-onO( : JI-t t.liba( inortto, L'
ixcelp ll l ll ri tll ii Jl) u lPai in:i iesilI
:I ni t, ti ItI (,-.' hospital l lib l i
I' s r I. )i I li m l III si i raat Pt i I1
La I1 bu I1li p i) t nim u hin plellI i LU lItiln-
UL ai l Ihilt ll I SilSl pillali a llul ta i iL']
1:1 i In i pa bu Il e kiteu tl l i i lll 'tcul i 1 I
ilt I bul till hI nto. ga, llinIl \l IC]I Iud '
l ,11 ] jull,10i. N nL mt bu id[ no puti, it.J i
li lil lul Ian ak ll i n:p lll g ii n li li
la n',ta \ivapi pa (tI Ie duLi h i [ 1 ( ie li'
Fc an It bu nt' Sti r ta bu Lisa i p, LI
I\ai a .il II II c I U(tliIi I ,anan ll. Bu lI ]pi.:







FIL I 1LillI F1l)tIIUa l ll ll tIltt i i t ite}
la ialia CI I n 'll 'il lli pi' u bl put l Ib

I'11 autolmo iel a t traiLioneru, nis"- ue'
itI ill pushli Dl llsg iaL-iadanl l u'L lai t -

'!il moital nIanera l eIntusilit9a1 n tui tUi
Nt, bo Ia tu'iin- 6i milla ieaneia nad i,
pl, ..I ti5 pa hlu a lit 1UU pI i pla F -
unIilu, unI velotd idaJd it i t;L p)one un it'>-
uon.iabilildad inlhIusto riba bIIIak InanI \

i bL.t ,It lIUln d 'i refleh,' hl i ll, L ci p
Samb Ia l ui ai un facilidad ducil ItaI\
111l Lo IL I [U.l I ioso,
i uks nentll bultiL nento ul slipl u il ,
i adiL tip[l di atcidet ntle ta plrdulci tin sto
iulI ItaI I t'l t I I'p elllt i o10 l lun t1 nmbi 1
dill cilL tatal, y slendu Lu L sun I t [I.
Ldi 111 kie in'en ABO -- t hi iig diI
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Ti n s ie.-ld s .t si bu tira L'tipi
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lL wli s iutJ s bu ; lt s CiSa ILLe tsp a l11iii l u iu i LI I
di linltl Ijn i I tll laal y IF h Fri ll n 1i
kL'ItS Iti ti ll Ih v iLalto.
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(iioii .le tU, husta V ZIIpaOn LunLIt ti i u a t .L di tcIldl t u :1i pat'LI
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e tLaa ( platl and su ltpril ''i di l-
ci sut ki( r,
Na Ciininul.nento di e ailia aki nan .
h.ib1l pL lla di un atiTo iL ia bol( e (I,1h
111 luJ)L \ e* L haillt ll LA sahl ,,i l L t I u s -
lam entl fln t i c s ,' ItFi na i] t I' T-i'o) siI
l a nlltl ai t a ailen l 'l s, Lln F I lin pw1, F1'
dl r ni l k a; b. o a si I bj-z dihewn L -, -i
I'it' I rt I t Illm ; : I-s,\ t CL1ab la i re- [ 1 I ll 1
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V muchi lihh NLsCni di soinml ) nFILl i dl
i'soalIan hot ibLlemrnl (, T' oI oc n!;i:itO'ltL
Uli uLad vetr cl c:'Ib'i hlil Ceu Iit ainda
tabdta ttll su tas IIfI sc0clhi, inaIltIr'
ul a tenl ora cu el a sinti e aut o kita fori
d/ -,1inhlild NiI- mhes un l kin lln [a i tLunI
(iLspJlj, unll auto lihe a dal coLn a Ull
nimala. MIet-rni riba e asiento p'adilant,
nLMit a ha\i uI bebav dl InI ee- luna, rutJ-
titOF di gi as kibrt \1 tnchl sin ninguti
heurda, Hi, hu. hII' elI a hunga La
Ma 'lit unil h,'I at.' pero lanmtm r ctl
Small ) t1 la ta di e b."bV a dlafia tul
I- -h' ,L'lJ. pile's nitm i ir des nll cada balln-
da di L, bjby a kedu Iu ltto instantltnea-
mllent, kibrando nan Lr'inco +itJItI I
windshield.


Ora bo ta bui pasa otro autonan bo
dilanti, sin cu- bo por mira bon kico ta
bint di e otro banda, puntla tur esnall
Lu ta den c auto si nan tin nan rijbewlij
ul nan pasaportle ol algull papel Lu puI
identified I nan, paIobra ta difticl pa Ir-
iull Lec unLI hb nde orl it I lur' sit cal: i t .
planllt of nlnittl lcti. La Muelrte su lavo.u-
ito ta e cLthaulffeur't St e stuu-rwiel keda:
ihntei. e ta kibia se.a siu hiigzra oU sit
:,al ,y di 2Ls 1Iod .t eit sLanga litrna-
ail te It mutin Or, Si e stuLtIII'1 lt -
Ira., till cos ti r'ga )opasuba bara It,
ci 81U11ur- l la tt hb la sit biLc'la.
Nu ta tur olra boksmelitonan La socu
dI naIL skinalnan peligIrso. Ta Canind.a-
lnit, [arUgo l aco I lt dtina tIthautilteui Ll
4;all. d ('i c itl diurt pasa otllUi anl si di-
lanli. Na e t ts m10rn1o l Ul l atiltt tlt 1e,
di (lit ll handa, iuil-slirue Na Lltllt In -
li 'iito J tilL a tiL SUb il iluda dil Ilenia dli'
I'l tilobt'., Ipeu t rIll <'Sliiio ita Cerl Mien--
tila> 'l li untilnaill C de.ll l llfia ni b.nl-
di dreChli tla tole I I ora dIeln 1i 1 i
biiulmi I ilto ol Luntia 11ll t co al nC I I
ai t\ ti. l t l ru Inall ta niit a i li L't l L I
'la den illn olpl I La ia Zvalinalln, [ponlle nanl haI'l iar ollll 1;I (t ur-
ti i Iultr illn. lin pulies N \e".i it i h -
<-tib i l iun ti' llln t, in k i P 11 I
Llt'n Itt itt, Si e'l 1' lnin lt u inS lth, I11
lo(t1 nt i 1 n8ii a Iia hF tb il-i'.t )

mis ela deli sn !iln'lti1 l V I to

kilt tIll dil nil i"]ijri lt r 'lIt F
m inl oi nd i lI II LL t I l11d 1 11.. l l l l
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IIII' LIIdtl I k ihld 1III itl t Ii u l i t [
It tIS I I i a, i tl N e I11 ilII t I'Ll Id S I' L' t Itt,


Itl td I ) .Li 'StLtIIi'l tl illd/ ,tt't lttl N, o L
auto hflent,'t:nenti- ta;pa l it ,;'1, 1 u
iIn no Cabata p lc i hlid: t 11 1 1111 I
ta atta dullnn I 1 IL si ll 6i Id t 'I i 1, L"I
Ltai ndi nuliA:m; l ni humJ beJ t I Inli ,ki,
btila ava, ta p pila so, sin sa dl ie niil", ,
nlit 111 dll e nmutibul lndolunl riid d ijtI,'
1i s1 tanmpoco dL i ie pida stani III.Fii- 11
Itnl 1 I fal Ipa sa dl oul ll si pils Iu t ,

I'M lefrto d l 1,lIanan LIJ Ia tipi^
T1 1JOll It ll'lt' r ntt I'u t ta jIl h
lietp kibii c tl l 1: I aranliiiy. liiitita l'


Itt[, ill I (i dt it I l. Ldtit 11t t IN ', I li I < It
aI onizIt ntu ia Ii niti i I'it 1ii l(V t 1 l -I L
luimha kilniA, rudianan ininhtiia
schLIu ildel bludian nLLa spillitel i. I 1t1 hI
JiLl Ila bandana n llll li 0 ai u tt ilt t ( I L
t i,.l tainthe e t tons, 'ci'L lt.ia i i in i.,
d I blhi anl kibitZ, cu 1i hint i e1, I t .
y ul lln m Ii li anll pI nltU !,L !, ,l
I lhcilu0tagia internloi 1 I' 1Li L !I IuI l i I
Imllius pligosu.
(Clts LI t. SIaMl glas di SC' 111i1,Li n I
ta ut nll sal atl Ia-- !d a C:l Ili ib l :Li tF [ I I I


di mI.I ] 1nn-i a eu la 1.t 1 ) a un ,11 ni i i
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Sit llul ina


Of, siguiendo cu e patronchi di deca-
pitaci6n, si bo corre dal contra un coral
cu trall di hero, bo ta lubida tur otro
dolor, ora cu un di e heronan pasa door
di windshield, y corta bo cabez afor cu
su punta tur na splinter; podiser e no
tt slice e inue nechi cu e glas, ma con
que sea cabez y eurpa ta keda separa.
1Hup bialha nan sa haya curpanan cu nan
z/apatunan kiti y nan pialnan kibra defor-
nladailentte. E zapatLona ta den auto
a nda, busil neh It geveLt.r. Esey ta e
Isulltai ttlt di v\elocidaidnan l oderino.

I'Peru a ese lnan ta cosinan di rutina.
Pa bo keda nmemorizd individualmente
den menteltf aii dl dokter y poliesnan,
u mIlt'tel hlacl algo illes glandl oso 1.cu C
-lt)'ra u a InmeiitllI e windshield cu su
c.abiz, spat splinter di glas riba tur e
otlronlan den auto to djil, ora cu e autu
a I la dii banda e tambe a lora di un
skina di i windshield pa e otro, cortando
sit ca ei Z fol di un orea pa otro. Of,
Inlque ho pur ha;i tambe to di parkeer
II .Atiltt anochi plega cu birada di un
-inia nt parya dilanti dt e luz di atras
mnient ris ci bi ta kita e spate tire, lo
I t.11 1hl halr bi keda perpetuamente den
Inl ilu I 1,1 (it aluilh lilende como e homber
n L 1,' pliei itA In 's pia hancho y dos
I''It t iki Li Itl Mit-I l Si u imes auto v n
Lrndi Of ha-l alo original ma-
Sp.,'h.t -Ita uworde gezwaai di i n
,,,, 't *tLI, ',d ft tilli a kibia uill di e harta-
ii n 1 lt ,ia i llandai di windshield na pa-
adt. \ Il ntU arilba di nmn cabez te nan
I,\ ; kh .,uLi'nit a word kitI afor.
.' iia di sltakin an ta storianian inla-
gili pa Sipailta hende; esakinan no ta
11tii., otro sinol realidad aiarga di es-
'udilistiLnait d anja, manera dokter- y
ll ,Sltnanl tta lmira Ltur ura den cumpli-
FiittoI di nan deer.
Ta dificil pa haya un victim di acci
Ldent, cu a scapa cu ta capaz di papia
Ora bi, binli bij, e dLior cu bo ta sinti ta
cuine dJn hentler bo c-irpa, ta causA pu
tia II l tiul bo dos sleutrlheennan (I we-
llILlnl Ld '4argaLllta pa schouder) ta ki-
1tI tilr bo dus schouderbladnanl ta gar.
In.t in 1i, m drcchi ta kibri nia tires ca-
linllllia ties ilb lhi ta gekraak, cu tur
vhelts Jd Llln flt'atLtra internal. Pero e
iulAr no puti stiuba bo di sinti, despues
i C. siustu I ptasai ell b)o ora ta yegando.
1It 10l u l ttput l iida esey, ni ora eu nan ta
hila bj di suela pone riba e baar y cu
ibi, hiltilian kibrA ta hinka bo pulmon-
iiatI Iilitai on skerpi di bo sleutel-
iln I la slip pencha bo na cada banda
tI bu .o Lganiaa 1 u t:t kIlna. Oro bo stop
Ji g'ritt, altoi bIu ta tealizL till cos bo
Iin riLLll'du b>u I ta odia bu mes pa e
L-ti,tlIlt,id ILI hOu I etonetc,. Esey no ta
.i '!"IntL.t1 1 iui tliampl ei ta asina bo ta
In-i i > tI l,, tltbata Iu di e 36,000.
Y i I. Il cu bu ti a Lai pasta tun skina
1, 1.', li~hi, tlur t i.i II bu slu ii ll aminida
u ta t-lip, ki oia tt bu prlta mas duroi
di luoqtul IAt igl' pa hu, ki ora tcu bo la
111 1ut' 11 bh silntli o IStii L'u1 pa via at
FilU bltl r ut dl s, ki ura tIl bo ta Coneli
iult liu peIvga 'l i suM bo dilanti, bo ta
!i Iit1, n l an
ilin li8i bu Li bu l II Illa e homlbe
Ft I 8 LaiiorIlu l Fblancu ta saguldi su ca
I-hez Over 11 bou 1 t isa e cargadornan
dIi Laut di11 In a a i nui i tl e ta bira su
]hI l g: ila bt, p;i r bal ei eia un otro.
I noI in tlhentefunltinte mlorto ainda.
fiIaglnl 't o nmLes dell tal situaci6n y an-
ti, tein poio mas Ceidao.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


NEWS


AND



VIEWS


In the midst of a forest of pipes, valves and tanks grows this bit of nature
at the Propane Plant. Cared for by two Gas Plant men, the vine seen here
(locally known as Bonnofees) started from just a sprout and grew to this
size. Jose Sneak Is giving it his approval assisted by H. F. Walcott and
(behind him) Victoriano Bermudes. The men say it will bear bean some time
around November.


Mel-mal dl un cantldad dl pipe, kraanchi y tank, one par mire e pida
naturale.a aki na Propane Plant. Dos homber di Gas Plant to culda e mats
dl bonnofees aki, uo na principle no tabata sino un spruit chlkltico. Riba e
portret m ta mira Jose Sneek ta admired a mate hunto cu H. F. Waleott y
(p'atras did) Victoriano Bermudae. E hombernan ta bis cu pa banda
dl November o meta Io oarga boonchi


The caption-writer started to count noses In
the picture above, so he could say authoritative-
ly "above are so-and-so many apprentices". At
about 57. though, he was hopelessly lost, and
can only offer an estimate that something over
200 apprentices, Instructors, and others con-
nected with the program appear in the picture.
The group was formed just before the open-
ing of Hassell Field for the boys' recess sports.


Nos a bussa tur moda di conta cuanto hende
tin riba e portret, pero tur blaha cu nos a
yoga banda dl 57 nan ey, nos tabata tur bru.
hi. De la manera cu nos por duna solamente
un cAlcule cu tin mas o menos 200 aprendiz-.
Instructor- y otronan cu tin di had cu e pro
grama riba e portret. E grupo a word ankA
net promt cu habrimento dl Hassell Ffed,
sportveld pa e mucha-hombernan den nan tem-
po Abenr


In Aruba the PETER HURLL Is considered a fair-sized ship. But alongside the
Queen Mary in New York harbor she could almost pass for a captain's gig.
She is seen loading the ocean mammoth with fuel when the liner was serving
as a troopship during the war.


Na Aruba nos tin PETER HURLL pa un vapor dl tamafo regular. Pero banda dl
Queen Mary na haaf dl New York, casi e per pasa pa un boto dl rema. Aki nos
ta mire to carga Queen Mary ou azeta, tempo cu a vapor glgaprt.o tabata
sirbl come vapor pa tropanan durante di guemrr.
ar


Blonde, beautiful, and streamlined-
both of them, obviously. The car Is
a super-special having three wheels
and a light motor capable of 110
miles ag hour. Don't expect to find
them in Oranjestad showrooms next
month. The girl Is Joan Fulton, now
getting a Hollywood buildup by
Universal Studio.


bonltal KIco, e auto of e muchat
dos ta "streamlined" tambe. E
ta un masha especial dl tires
y cu un motor llher cu per
la 110 milla pa ora. E muoeh-
r ta Joan Fulton, cu Universal
o ta preparando pa Hollywood.


Ask anyone in T.S.D.
about Laboratories
No. 1. 2, or S. and
they can tell you all
about it. It may
come as a surprise
to some of them,
though, that there is
also a No. 4 Lab.
(left) tucked away
in the Sweetening
Plant. The sign in
this case Is almost
as big as the "lab-
oratory", which con-
sists entirely of this
bench and the few
pieces of equipment
with which minor
test are run by
Sweetening Plant
employees. Lull Do-
Mata Is shown doing
a kerosene sample
test (The goggles
around his neck are
kept handy for other
work where h needs
them).


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JULY 5. 1946








JULY, 5 1946 ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Cocoanut pals generally grow in graceful
curves but here Is one that overdid It. This snake-
llke affair was pictured by N.C. Bentham of the
Electrical Department while he was on vacation
In British Guiana from February to April.
Matanan dl coco to ccce cu curva masha bunl-
ta, ma esun aki a hacid dl mas. E mata cu parcel
colebra aki, ta sakd pa H. C. Bentham di Elec-
trical Department tempo cu e tabata cu vacan-
tie na British Guiana, dl Februari te April.


The sleepy scene above is far different from
the present-day bustle of the refinery's busiest
spot Taken from an early-r192 postcard lent
to the ESSO NEWS by W. Bool of Accounting.
It shows the head of the Main Dock, looking
west. At right is a corner of the old White
House, and in the background at right center
is the present Wholesale Commissary building
(enlarged several times In the last 17 years).
Note the racy-looking 1928 model cars at left.


E blata keto aki to henteramente diferente for
dl buya dl awendla na a lugar dl mas active
dl refineria E to reproduce dl un postal dl
principle di 1929 ou W. Bool dl Accounting a
fie ESSO NEWS. E portret to sakA dl banda
p'arlba dl Main Dock. Na banda drechi nos ta
mira as huki di White House bleuw, y mas
atras a ediflele dl Wholesale Commissary (cu a
word enngradecl varlos bez durante 17 ana.)
RlIpar autonan sport model tS2a na bands
ribli.


''"~PI5cr


A schooner out of Oranjestad
starts the long hard pull to Cu-
ragao. The trip from the capital
Island to Aruba Is an overnight
pleasure cruise with a following
wind, but travelling the other dir-
ection is often a two-day struggle
against the wind and current.
with countless tacks.
Un barco dl bela di Oranjestad ta
sail pa bal Corsouw. E blaha di
Corsouw pa Aruba ta un blaha dl
un anochl, ora cu e barco ta bal
cu blento, pero blahando di Aruba
pa Corsouw hopl bez sa ta un
lucin di dos dia contra blento, cu
cu hopl tek.


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Daniel Oduber of the
24 to go to work In
his future bride there.
the Company as an
1942. He is seen here
of Pollcarpo Tromp a
gift fro.i:


Marine Office left June
Maracalbo and to join
Daniel started work for
apprentice In September
receiving from the hands
wristwatch as a farewell
his friends.


Daniel Oduber 42 Marine Office a bl Mara-
calbo pa traha dia 24 dl Junl. unda lo e casa
pronto. Daniel a cuminza traha pa Compania
como aprendiz na September dl 1542. AkI ne
to mir6 ta relbl dl Pollcarpo Tromp un holoshi
di man. come un regal di despedlda dl su
amigonan.


A liver cream and sugar set and some cake plates were presented as a
wedding gift to Paney Johnson of the Colony Commissary by her co-workers
there. She was married to Raymond Williams of the Acid Plant June 28. The
ceremony took place at Miss Johnson's home. Essovllle No. 40. David Cray
of the Plant Commissary Is making the presentation.


Sigur mi per etuiur-arge
ml hibe den (hie) aute ml
to mustra be (hie).


Mas dl 2.000,000 traihade-
nan dl Merea hiba des-
gracia fo'l trabao na 1944.


ARUBA ESSO NEWS


JULY. 5 1946







AltUBA ESSO NEWS


Three-Quarter Century No Obstacle


When a man digs a well six feet in
diameter and 108 feet deep through solid
coral with nothing but crude hand tools,
that's news. But when the man is 74
years old and will be 75 in September,
then it's one for Ripley.

Such was the feat of Johannes Ras-
mijn, 74-year-old former employee in the
Carpenter Department, who on June 21
struck good sweet water at 108 feet in
a well he has dug in a field next to his
house on Weg Naar Sero Pretoe (Road
to the Black Hill), half a mile north of
San Nicolas. And he did the whole job
alone, except for some help from his
wife and an assortment of small-sized
grand-children.

Started 30 years ago......

It was in 1916 (before many of the
readers of this page were born) that
Shon Rasmijn took out a permit to dig
his well, and first broke ground. He had
the big hole down about ten feet (you
can still see the mark) when the war-
time sugar boom in Cuba beckoned, and
like countless other Aruban men he was
off to the northern island's sugar cane
fields. It was 30 years before he crawled
into the hole again.
He was in Curaqao for a number of
years, and worked for Lago from 1930
to 1940. It was to be still another six


At right, Johannes RasmUn. 74, stands next to
the 10-foot well he hacked out of solid coral
with only hand tools. Heaped beside him I. a
very small part of the substantial portion of
Aruba he dug and hoisted out of the hole.





years before he got back to his digg.ng.
On January 2, 1946, he started scraping
and chiselling away again at the bottom
of the hole, and in just under six months
he found what he was looking for.
In these days of dynamite and com-
pressed-air drills it is remarkable that
the job was done entirely with small
hand drills that he made out of iron bars
on his own forge. For whatever help it
gave, he made a practise of burning old
automobile tires on the bottom to help
soften the coral for his bits.
At supper June 21 he told his family
he thought water must be near, then
went back down the well to work by the
light of a wick burning in a Bols bottle
full of kerosene. At eight o'clock the
water came in almost with a spurt, and
he had to get out, as it soon rose to a
depth of ten feet.
It remains now only to cement in the
top of the well (probably a simple job
for this spry young man of 74) and after
some formalities with the Government,
he will be ready to start selling the
water he spent 30 years finding.


BachelorsConquerSpouses AROUND THE PLANT


^*~a^ 9


Here are the gladiators at half-time during the
football match between the Lago Heights
Bachelors and the L. H. Married Men. At this
point the score stood at 3-2 In favor of the
Married Men. At the top, standing left to right
are G. Brower (referee), S. Alleyne, J. D0 Silva,
J. Arrias, D. Lashley, J. De Vries, A. Matthews,
Kneeling, F. Warner, J. De Freltas, F. Da Silva,
H. Nassy, and S. Wellman. In the bottom
picture are the Bachelors. Standing, at left, G.
Brower (he gets around), D. Sibllo, I. Gordyke,
D. Viapree, L. Fernandes, J. Dutler, A. Gonsal-
ves, C. Limes, Z. Khan, H. De Freitas, I. Wong,
A. Texeira, and G. MacPherson.

In a twenty-minute overtime period
the Lago Heights Bachelors extended
themselves and eked out a 5-4 football
win from the L. H. Married Men, June
16. The game was a red-hot affair all the
way through and both outfits played
sterling football. A bit of comedy relief
was furnished by the Bachelors' August
Gonsalves who had a hard time keeping
himself and his shoes together. When he
kicked the ball nobody knew whether it
or his shoe would fly.
To give the Married Men another shot
at them, the Bachelors agreed to a
return match July 7.


Any Notches Left?
(See page 2)


Total all employees: $64,298-

During 1945 a total of $64,298 was
granted in "Coin Your Ideas" awards
to employees in the 25 affiliates of S.
O. Co. (N.J.), according to the annual
report of the Central C.Y.I. Committee.
Initial awards, 2,355 of them, added
up to $40,464, and 116 supplemental
awards totalled $20,265. (Balance in
other types).


Sidney Alexander of the Instrument
Department married Anne Marie La-
viniere at St. Theresa's Church in San
Nicolas June 25. A reception followed
the wedding at the couple's home in
San Nicolas. Both the bride and groom
hail from Dominica.

After a considerable delay due to ill-
ness, Aubrey Manton of the Drydock
is at last taking his long vacation. He
left July 1 to spend 14 weeks at his
home in St. Vincent visiting his parents.

Almost four years ago Roman Kock
had his last vacation. Now he thinks it
is time for another one. He stopped his
work as a mechanic at the Drydock
June 26 and went home to rest for a
while.

Mohan Lall and his family left for
Barbados by way of Trinidad June 19.
They flew all the way and it will be 13
weeks before the M. & C. field Zon.
Office sees him back at work.

Godfrey Heyliger of the Instrument
Department and Beatrice Livingstone
were married at the Church of St.
Theresa in San Nicolas June 19. A
reception followed the wedding. The
couple will live in San Nicolas.

Raymond Williams, who works at the
Acid Plant, celebrated his marriage to
Pancey Johnson June 26. The ceremony
took place at the Catholic Church in
San Nicolas.



Local Welfare Group Observes
Second Anniversary of Founding

With over 500 persons in attendance,
the Netherlands Windward Islands Wel-
fare Association celebrated its second
anniversary at the Cecilia theater June
9.
The Association was founded two
years ago for the purpose of fostering
among the people of the Windward
Islands of the Netherlands West Indies
social and educational improvements.
President W. Hilman greeted the
members and their friends and express-
ed the hope that the organization would
continue in its good work for many
years. Included in the speeches on the
program was one from a representa-
tive of the sister group in Curaqao.
Later in the day refreshments were
served and music was provided by the
United Swingsters orchestra.


Sport Park Cricket Continues

The matches recently played in the
cricket competition now running at the
Sport Park produced some fine cricket
with good scores and bowling.
In a match June 16, Grenada C.C.
trounced Sports Park C.C. to the tune
of 201 to 89. The outstanding perfor-
mers of Grenada were V. Collins with a
high score of 49 and two 3-wicket bowl-
ers, M. Edwards and C. Nicholas. High
men for Sports Park were T. Johnson
with 32 runs and J. Sharpe who took 4
wickets.
Victoria C. C. beat the West Indian
C. C. 132 to 93, June 23. For Victoria
as high scorer was L. Anthony with 34,
not out. Victoria's R. Walker stole the
bowling honors for the day by taking
6 wickets. West Indian's high scorer
was K. Wong with 31 and the best
bowler was S. Bacchus taking 3 wickets.




KEEP I ElM PFLYINtI


Bolivariana Bows to Lago Club
In Week End Ping Pong Matches

Fast and furious ping-pong was dis-
played at the Lago Club June 23 when
a team of Lago Heights ping-pong-ers
met and defeated a visiting team from
the Sociedad Bolivariana in five straight
matches. It was the return engagement
of some matches played in Oranjestad
some time ago, which the Lago team
also won.
Table tennis enthusiasts at the Lago
Club hope to be able to start a series
of Sunday matches in the near future.
The results of June 23 were:
J. De Freitas defeated P. Mirep, 21-10,
21-13.
L. Bryan defeated C. Zeppenfeldt,
21-15, 15-21, 21--.
R. Murray defeated F. Croes, 14-21,
21-19, 21-17.
C. Faria defeated E. Croes, 21-17,
22-20.
I. Mendes defeated M. Croes, 24-22,
21-17.
The players were ably assisted by H.
Lawrence who acted as referee.


Joseph de Freltas drives a hard one at Pedro Mlrep in the first match of the ping-pong series
at the La:o Club June 23. Those drives, mixed with skill in other departments of the game,
won him his match in straight games, 21-10 and 21-13. Seated at right is referee H. Lawrence.


Delayed Reaction

Old-timers had an old joke called to
mind last week when the S.S. "George
G. Henry" was put on the crude oil
run between Aruba and Maracaibo. In
the very old days, before there was
any tankage at San Nicolas, the
"Henry" was tied up at Oranjestad for
a time as depot ship into which the


lake tankers discharged their cargoes.
Men of the Fleet still remember being
irritated when the blue-water skipper
on the ocean tanker would yell over
the side "Hey, you on the barge".
Now, 20 years later, the "Henry" is
temporarily a "barge" itself. Unfort-
unately for the Fleet's revenge, how-
ever, the irritating skipper of 20 years
ago is probably long since retired.


JULY 5 1946


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