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Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.
Aruba, Netherlands Antilles

Vol. 42 No. 10

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December 1982

Supervisors on stage for OI action



are exercising the skills learned. Left: Francisco Britten and Hendrik Croes.
Right: Felipe Tromp and Sam Hodge.

As long as 40 years ago, Lago Supervisors were already
provided with training in how to do a better job.
Although that training served its purpose at the time,
new methods for training have been developed over
time. And the philosophy, content and purpose of training
have undergone significant changes.
The "First Line Organization Improvement Training",
of which Phase I was initiated in the beginning of
November, is a modern, widely researched and accepted
method of training. It is part of a broader concept
encompassing an overall organization improvement
process. As such, the present training not only affects the
participating First Line Supervisors but the entire Lago
These Supervisors will now in turn play an important
role in the changes occurring in the organization.
"The main purpose of the First Line Organization
Improvement Training is to improve the management
capabilities of the participants," said Robby Arends.
Robby together with Marvin Dupersoy are Lago's
Organization Improvement Facilitators in charge of the
In the three-day Phase I workshop, participants are
presented with basic skills and techniques for assigning
work to subordinates, solving job-related problems and
teaching a job to subordinates.
Marvin, Robby and Bill Brenneman, Lago's Training
and Organizational Development Section Head,
explain the techniques and the class is then shown a
video tape presenting each exercise individually. Angel
Rojer, Henke Peters, Gerard Hoftijzer and Wilfred
Scoop, First Line Supervisors who participated in a pilot
First Line Supervisory course held during the
Management II workshops earlier this year, are the role
players on the video tapes.

After watching the "model" tapes, the participants are
themselves video taped while practicing the skills. This is
followed by critique sessions from the participants and
the OIF's.
Participants get a chance to polish each of the skills
through observation, practice and critique.
After the three-day workshop is completed comes the
most important step in the process: applying and
(cont. on page 6)

Feria di Seguridad teni

na IOWUA, Esso Club
Pa bira mas conciente di seguridad fuera di trabow,
Lago recientemente a tene diferente program di Feria
di Seguridad di Famia pa empleado y nan casA. Hopi
hende a atende e program di tres ora y mei cu a wordo
teni na Club I.O.W.U.A. dia 16 y 18 di November y na
Esso Club dia 23, 24, y 30 di November.
Frits Maduro di Industrial Hygiene/Safety
Administration a informal e famianan riba e record di
seguridad di e empleadonan. E public tambe a haya un
cantidad di avisonan practice tocante con pa prevent y
paga candela for di Chin Harms, e Fire Chief di Lago.
E program a inclui algun film cortico riba various
aspect di seguridad, manera un film di Disney tocante
"Con pa haya un Accidente na Gas."
Despues di e presentation un caha cu articulonan di
"first aid" a wordo regale na kada famia. Esaki a wordo
sigi pa un buffet di snacks.
Aunque Lago a yega di uza various metodo pa crea mas
seguridad na trabow, manera lectura di seguridad,
noticia di seguridad y poster, esaki ta di promer biaha cu
Lago ta trata cu seguridad fuera di trabow ariba un
escala asina grand. Lago Safety Committee tin plane
pa haci esaki un event annual. (mira tambe pag. 4, 5)

Firot Line Supervisors




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Editor: Mrs. M. Jansen-Feliciano
Photographs by: Joe's Photography Service
Printer: Verenlgde Antllliaanse Drukkerijen N.V.

Safety Fair held at

IOWUA, Esso Club

To create a greater off-the-job safety awareness, Lago
recently held several Family Safety Fair programs for
employees and their spouses. Large crowds attended the
three and a half hour program, held at the I.O.W.U.A.
Club on November 16 and 18 and at the Esso Club on
November 23, 24 and 30.

Frits Maduro of the Industrial Hygiene/Safety
Administration informed the families on the off-the-job
safety record of the employees. The public also received a
wealth of practical advice on how to avoid and put out
fires by Lago's Fire Chief, Chin Harms.

The program included some short films on various
aspects of safety, such as a Disney film on "How to have
an Accident at Home."

After the presentation a first aid kit was presented to
every family. This was followed by a buffet of snacks.
Although Lago has been using a variety of methods such
as safety talks, safety newsletters and posters to create on-
the-job safety awareness, this is the first time off-the-job
safety is being tackled on a large scale. The Lago Safety
Committee is planning to make this an annual event.
(see also pages 4, 5)

Ganashi di Exxon

den tercer trimester

Exxon Corporation a anunciA su entrada neto pa e di tres
trimester di 1982 na $1,070 miyon. $1.23 pa accion, un
rebaho di 0.5 porciento di e $1,075 miyon, $1.25 pa
accion, den e di tres trimester di 1981.
Entrada bruto a suma na $25,331 miyon den e ultimo
trimester, un rebaho di 8 porciento for di e $27,614
miyon den e di tres trimester di e ultimo anja.
Cu e dollar Estado Unidense permaneciendo fuerte,
tabatin un ganashi di $175 miyon di traslado di divisa
den e di tres trimester di 1982. Den e di tres trimester di
1981, tabatin perdida di traslado di $16 miyon. Ganashi
di operation, cual ta exclui ganashi y perdida di traslado
di divisa, y articulonan corporativo y financiero, a suma
na $945 miyon den e di tres trimester di anja 1982, un
rebaho di 26.9 porciento.


Casper Rasmijn
Section Head

Juan van der Biezen
Process Foreman

Exxon announces

third quarter earnings

Exxon Corporation announced third quarter 1982 net
income at $1,070 million, S1.23 per share, down 05
percent from $1,075 million, $1.25 per share, in the third
quarter of 1981. Revenues totaled $25,331 million in the
latest quarter, down 8 percent fiom $27,614 million in
the last year's third quarter.

With continued strengthening of the U.S. dollar, there
were foreign exchange translation gains of $175 million
in the 1982 third quarter. In the 1981 third quarter,
there were translation losses of $16 million. Operating
earnings, which exclude the foreign exchange
translation gains and losses, as well as certain corporate
and financial items, totaled S945 million in the third
quarter of 1982, down 26.9 percent.

Puntonan Sobresaliente
Entrada neto
Ganashi di traslado di
Ganashi di operation
Gasto di capital y

Tercer Trimester Nuebe Luna
S Miyon % Cambio S Miyon% Cambio
1982 VS. 1981 1982 VS. 1981
1,070 (0.5) 3,195 (29.0)

945 (26.9
945 (26.9)

2,543 (14.7) 8,087

Net Income
Foreign Exchange
Translation Gains
Operating Earnings
Capital & Explora-
lion Expenditures

Third Quarter Nine Months
S Millions% Change S Millions% Change
1982 vs. 1981 1982 vs 1981
1,070 (05) 3.195 (29 0

175 691
945 (26.9) 2.635
2.543 (147) 8.087



December 1982


December 1982 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 3

Supervisors ta den accion cu MO

Te hasta 40 anja pasa. Supervisors di Lago a wordo duna
entrenamento den'con pa haci un mihor trabow'. Maske
cu e entrenamento ey a logra su prop6sito e tempo ey,
metddonan nobo di entrenamento a wordo desaroyA cu
tempo. Y e filosofia, contenido, y prop6sito di
entrenamento a pasa door di hopi cambionan

E "First Line Organization Improvement Training", di
local Fase I a wordo iniciA na cuminzamento di
November, ta un m6todo di entrenamento modern,
hopi studio y aceptA.
E ta parti di un concept mas grand cu ta encerA un
process di mehoracion di henter e organization. Como
tal, e entrenamento actual no ta afecta solamente e First
Line Supervisors cu ta participando sino tambe henter e
organization di Lago. Awor Supervisors a yega na turno
pa hunga un papel important den e cambionan cu ta
tumando lugar den e organization.

"E proposito principal di e First Line Organization
Improvement Training ta pa mehora e capacidadnan di
gerencia di e participantenan, "Robby Arends a bisa.
Robby hunto cu Marvin Dupersoy ta Organization
Improvement Facilitators (OIF's) di Lago encarga cu e
Den e workshop di tres dia di Fase I, participantenan ta
wordo presentA cu abilidad y t6cnicanan bAsico pa
asigna trabow na subordinado, resolve problemanan
relatA na trabow y con pa instrui un trabow na

Marvin, Robby y Bill Brenneman, Section Head di
Training and Organizational Development di Lago, ta
splica e tecnicanan y despues e klas ta observe un
videotape cu ta present cada ehercicio
individualmente. Angel Rojer, Henke Peters, Gerard
Hoftijzer y Wilfred Scoop, First Line Supervisors kende
a participa den e curso di First Line Supervisors cu a
wordo haci como prueba durante Management II na
cuminzamento di anja, ta esnan cu ta hunga e diferente
papelnan riba video tape.
Despues di observA e tape modelo, participantenan mes
ta wordo grabA riba video mientras cu nan ta practice
nan ehercicio. Esaki ta wordo sigi pa session di critical di e
otro participantenan y e OIF's.
Participantenan ta haya un oportunidad pa refine nan
abilidad door di observacion, practice y critical.

Despues di e workshop di tres dia, ta sigi e paso mas
important den henter e process: aplici y perfeccionA na
trabow e conocimiento y abilidadnan adquiri.
Marvin tabata parce optimista riba e punto ey. "Mi ta
kere cu nos por yama e entrenamento un exito te awor
aki," ela bisa, "pasobra e participantenan tabata mustra
hopi gana di aplicd local nan a sifia y nan ta sinti hopi
entusiasmo pa continue cu e programa"
Segun Robby, e cu Marvin lo ofrec6 e guia necesario na
participantenan den nan aplicacion di abilidadnan na

Innocencio Petrochi, Coordinator di Mechanical Shops,
(cont. riba pag. 6)




About 31% of the off-the-job accidents happened during
some kind of sports activity. Over 10% were 'slip and
S fall" accidents, 8.3% were car accidents and 1% were
burns. The remaining 49% include a variety of injuries,
caused by lifting heavy objects, bumping into things,
handling knives and many other causes.
Obviously, unsafe conditions can exist or be created
almost everywhere.
A good start in avoiding or remedying unsafe conditions
is through becoming aware of hazardous or potentially!
hazardous situations. And this is where the Family
Safety Fair comes in. Hopefully, it has served its purpose.
Even one accident is, after all, one too many.




One would think that in the refinery, when working with
sharp tools, heavy machinery, when climbing ladders,
rooftops and tanks, when repairing equipment and when
dealing with many other co-workers, a person would be
more subject to accidents than when off-the-job,
especially in the home.
Surprisingly enough, it is not so ...
In the past few years, Lago employees have suffered more
accidents off-the-job than on-the-job. In the first nine
months of 1982, the amount of off-the-job accidents was
more than three times higher than the number of on-the-
job accidents. Moreover, while only one of the on-the-
job accidents was disabling, all of the 96 off-the-job
accidents were considered disabling. In other words, the
accidents that happened outside the refinery grounds
were all of a serious nature, or at least required some
treatment at home.

12 December 1982 ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Lo ta 16gico pa pensa cu den un refineria, na ora di traha
cu herment scerpi. maquina pisa, na ora di subi trapi,
dak y tanki, na ora di drecha equipo y ora cu mester trata
cu hopi otro colega di trabow, un persona lo tin mas
posibilidad di haya accident, cu den oranan fuera di
trabow, especialmente na cas.
Sorprendentemente, no ta asina .....
Den e ultimo afianan, empleadonan di Lago a haya mas
accident fuera di trabow cu na trabow. De e promer
nuebe lunanan di 1982, e cantidad di accidentenan fuera
di trabow tabata mas cu tres biaha mas halto cu e
cantidad di accident cu a ocurri na trabow. Ademas,
mientras cu solamente un di e accidentenan na trabow
tabata incapacitante, tur di e 96 accidentenan cu a
sosode fuera di trabow tabata incapacitante. Cu otro
palabra, e accidentenan cu a pasa fuera di refineria
tabata serio, of por lo menos tabata requeri tratamento
na cas.
Mas o menos 31% di e accidentenan fuera di trabow a
pasa durante algun actividad deportivo. Mas di 10%
tabata accident di 'slip y cai', 8.3% tabata accident di
auto y 1% tabata quemadura. E 49% cu ta resta ta inclui
un variedad di heridanan, causa door di hisa obhetonan
pisa. dal contra cos, tratamento cu cuchui y hopi otro
Ta claro, cu condicionnan peligroso por exist of por
wordo cream casi tur caminda.
Un bon comienzo den preveni of remediA condicionnan
peligioso ta door di bira conciente di situacionnan
peligioso of potencialmente peligroso. Y ta akinan e
Feria di Seguridad pa Famia ta hunga un papel. A lo
mehoi. su proposito a ser realizA.
Despucs de todo, tc hasta tin accident so, ta tn dimas.







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The ladies of Seroe Colorado held a successful Holly Lane
Bazaar last month at the Seroe Colorado Community
Church. All items were handmade by the ladies, including
the quilt above. "The bazaar was a community effort,"
commented Mrs. Kathleen Quinton. Acquired funds will be
made available to the needy of Aruba. Above from left to
right: Mrs. Jan Seldomridge, Mrs. Quinton and Mrs. Pat

Supervisors den action . .

(cont. di pag 3)

y un di e participantenan den e prome session cu a tuma
lugar e anja aki, a expresA su evaluacion di e program.
"Mi tin sigur cu e program lo result den un mihor
comunicacion entire Supervisor y otro empleado. Door di
aplica e abilidadnan, empleadonan lo haya mas
confianza y e Supervisor en cambio por delega mas
responsabilidad na e subordinado. Esaki ta result den
un mihor trabow." Y "mihor trabow" ta gran parti di e
obhetivo di e program aki.
Rey Wouter, Clean Oil Planner den Oil Movements and
Shipping Division di Process Department, a bisa cu ela
goza particularmente di e session di 'resolve problema.'
"Den e session aki dos participate ta trata cu un
problema, trese ideanan padilanti y busca solution. Si e
principionan aki wordo aplica na trabow, mi tin sigur cu
elo logra."
Marvin y Robby a splica cu Fase I di First Line
Supervisory Training lo wordo duna na tur 170 First
Line Supervisors prome cu continue cu Fasenan II y III.
"E participantenan di e promer session a express e deseo
pa e resto di grupo tambe bai door di e mesun fase
promer cu nan continue cu e siguiente fasenan. Ora cu
tur hende a haya e mesun entrenamento y ta aplica e
conceptonan na trabow, 1o existi un mihor condition di
trabow," Marvin y Robby a express mutuamente.
E promer curso teni na cuminzamento di November
tabatin 12 participate y tur e gruponan despues 1o tin
12 pa 14 participate te ora cu e 170 First Line
Supervisors (incluyendo Technicians) wordo cubri.
"Nos no kier yena e klasnan demasiado," Robby a
comenta, "E idea ta pa duna tur participate e
oportunidad di envolv6 nan mes."
Consecuentemente, Fase I probablemente lo wordo
complete banda di Maart 1983. Fase II lo wordo
program pa continue den e tempo ey y lo por envolv6
otro Second Line Supervisors como instructor.
Como contrast cu e entrenamento organizA 30 of 40
anja pasi, e entrenamento aki ta un continuacion di un
series de entrenamento y program di accion cu a word
duna na gerencia di mas halto pabao.
Ta claro ant6, cu e entrenamento no solamente ta
concern e Supervisor individual y su ambiente
inmediato. E ta parti di henter un program pa mehora e
Compania den su totalidad.

I Supervisors in action ... (cnt. from page 1)
perfecting the acquired knowledge and skills on the job.
Marvin sounded optimistic about that step. "I think the
training so far could be termed successful he said,
"because the participants sounded eager to apply what
they learned and felt enthusiastic about continuing with
the program." According to Robby, he and Marvin will
be offering the needed guidance to participants in their
on-the-job application of skills.
Innocencio Petrochi, Coordinator of the Mechanical
Shops, and one of the participants in the first session held
this year, expressed his evaluation of the program. "I'm
sure the program will lead to better communication
between Supervisors and other employees. By applying
the skills, employees will gain more confidence and the
Supervisors can in turn delegate more responsibility to
the subordinate. This results in better work." And
'better work' is in great part, the objective of this

Rey Wouter, Clean Oil Planner in the Oil Movements
and Shipping Division of the Process Department, said
he particularly enjoyed the session on 'pi oblem solving'
"In this session two participants tackle a problem,
'brainstorm' and then find solutions. If these prim i)ples
are applied at work, I'm sure it will work out."

Marvin and Robby explained that Phase I of the First
Line Supervisory Training will be given to all 170 First
Line Supervisors before continuing on to Phases II and
III. "The participants in the first session expressed the
desire for the rest of the group to go through the same
phase before they continue on to the next phase. When
everybody has had the same training and applies the
concepts at work, an improved work situation Nu ill exist.
Marvin and Robby agreed

The first course held in the beginning of November had
12 participants and every subsequent group will have 12
to 14 participants until the 170 First Line Supervisors
(including Technicians) are covered. "We don't want to
crowd the classes," commented Robby. "The idea is to
give all participants a chance to get involved."
Consequently, Phase I of the training probably will be
completed around March of 1983. Phase II will be
scheduled to continue about that time and may involve
other Second Line Supervisors as instructors.
In contrast with the training organized 30 or 40 years
ago, this training is a continuation of a series of
training/action programs given from top management
down. Obviously then, it does not onl\ concern the
individual Supervisor and his immediate environment.
It is part of an overall program to improve the Company
as a whole.

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December 1982

December 1982 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 7

Too much + too often = less health

Alcohol was never considered a taboo. The Good Book
itself sa\s that "a little wine can make the heart joyful".
But there is a limit to what a person's body can safely]
handle, as anything running through the veins affects the

The amount of alcohol the body can handle

A study conducted in France, concluded that women
;who take even one normal-sized alcoholic drink (10
grams of alcohol) on a dailx basis are more likely to suffer
from cirrhosis of the liver than are non-drinkers. This
stiudi also concluded that two drinks dail\ could have
damaging effects on men. Other studies reported
different figures.

Main aulhol iiies agree that a normal healthy adult can
absorb and break down only one ounce of spirits, or two
ounces of fi tillied wine, or four ounces of table wine or
eight to 10 ounces of beer, in one hour. Some authorities
sa\s that two hours should be allowed. Different studies
came up w ith different conclusions. How come? In the
first place the studies were conducted with different
groups of people, and ever individual's capacity is
difllerent SecondlI. not ee\re\one is healthy and that
should be taken into se rious consideration
To further understand the effects of alcohol on the
different parls of the bod. a little has to be known about
cells and organic systems.

Effects of alcohol on the 'functional reserve'

The cells and organic systems of the body have what is
known as a 'functional reserve'. That is the extra
capacity, of the cells and organs, not normally in use, but
available when the body is put under stress, such as
through excessive alcoholic intake.
A cell enlarges when it is put under stress. If the stress is
removed in lime, the cell may gradually recover its
normal size and function. If one continues to put the
body under stress however, the cell will eventually burst
and die. The individual only realizes he is sick when too
many cells have been damaged or killed, and many parts
of the body are affected.

Organ functions altered by alcohol
The liver, the body's main detoxifier, is widely affected by
excessive use of alcohol. It is hampered in neutralizing
fumes, chemicals from food and water and from
medicine. The liver's ability to contribute to the
formation of red blood cells, coagulating factors and
defense mechanisms against bacteria is reduced. Loss of
energy, swelling of ankles, sexual impotence and
abnormally swollen veins are only a few of the things
caused by liver damage.

If the liver becomes diseased, the veins located where the
esophagus enters the stomach expand and become thin
walled, causing bleeding.

Large quantities and strong concentrations of alcohol
restrain the secretion of gastric juices, causing
inflammation of the stomach. The surface of the stomach
secreting digestive juices deteriorates and the stomach
muscles break down. Consequently, food does not get
sufficiently mixed or chemically broken down, which
often results in malnutrition.

Excessive drinking also results in hypertension and
abnormal heart rhythms. When the heart cells enlarge
the heart becomes bigger, the heart valves start
functioning improperly, its muscle action weakens and
the blood circulation is impaired. The body is deprived of
proper nourishment, and toxins accumulate. When
afflicted in this manner, the individual becomes prone to
heart attacks and strokes.

Chronic bronchitis, pneumonia and tuberculosis are
common lung complications when using alcohol
excessivily. In the kidneys, the blood vessels dilate, and
excessive urine is discharged depriving the body of
needed fluids.

Unlike what happens to all organs, the damage done to
the brain and nervous system may be permanent. Brain
scanners have shown that not only alcoholics but also
social drinkers who drink more than they should,
experience shrinkage of the brain. This is manifested in
loss of memory, shakiness, lack of muscle coordination
and it also has an adverse effect on the personality.


Yes, a little wine makes the heart joyful, but too much
too often only causes illness and unsafe conditions.
Moderation in taking alcohol, as with many other things
in life, is an important consideration.

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An Organization Improvement/Management II follow-up
meeting was held at the Concorde Hotel ballroom November
18th to get updated on Organization Improvement efforts and
Management II issues.
During the presentation Management stressed that Lago will
continue with an increased emphasis on Organization
Improvement and training to maintain its competitive edge in
the industry in the future.



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Den luna di November, Logo a prove un curso especial den
prevent y combat candela pa estudiante di Aruba Hospitality
Trades Training Center/Bushiri Beach Hotel. Instrutornan
tabata W.A. Crenshaw, Security Administrator di Lago y Chin
Harms, Fire Chief di Lago, asisti pa miembronan di e section di
paga candela. Ademas di discussion den klas e studiantenan
tabatin e oportunidad di paga candela den veld.

Demasiado hopi y frecuente ta result

den menos salud
Alcohol nunca a wordo consider tabt. E Buki Santo
mes ta bisa cu "un poco bifia ta haci e curazon
Pero tin un limited na e cantidad cu un curpa human por
tuma sin peligro, ya cu tur cos cu ta corre den venenan ta
afectA e curpa.
E cantidad di alcohol un curpa por wanta
Un studio conduci na Francia a conclui cu hende
muher cu tuma solamente un bebida alcoholic di
tamafio normal (10 gram di alcohol) a base diario tin
mas tendencia di sufri di cirrhosis di higra cu esnan cu no
ta bebe. E studio tambe a conclui cu dos bebida diario
por tin efecto dafiino riba hende homber. Otro
estudionan ta report diferente estadistica.
Hopi autoridad ta di acuerdo cu un adulto di bon salud
por absorb y digeri solamente un ons di alcohol, of dos
ons di bifia fortifici, of cuatro ons di bifia di mesa ofocho
pa diez ons di cerbes, den un ora. Algun autoridad ta bisa
cu mester permit dos ora pa esaki.
Diferente studio a yega na diferente conclusion. Con
por ta?
Primeramente, e estudionan a wordo conduct cu
diferente grupo di hende y cada persona tin un
capacidad diferente. Na di dos lugar, no ta tur hende ta
saludable, y mester tene bon cuenta cu esaki.
Pa compronde mihor e efectonan di alcohol riba e
diferente partinan di un curpa mester tin un poco
conocimiento di cdlula y sistemanan organico.
Efecto di alcohol riba reservea functional"
Ce6ula y sistemanan orgAnico di e curpa tin local ta ser
yama reservea funcional". Esey ta e capacidad extra di e
c6lula y 6rganonan, cu normalmente no ta word uzi,
pero cu ta disponibel pa ora cu e curpa ta bao presion
causi, por ehempel, door di tuma demasiado alcohol.
Un celula ta bira grand ora e wordo poni bao presion. Si
e presion wordo kitA na tempo, e celula gradualmente
por recobrA su tamafio y function normal. Si sigi pone e
curpa bao presion, e celula por rementA y muri
eventualmente. Y e persona no ta realizA cu e ta malo te
ora cu demasiado c6lula a word perhudica of destrui, y
hopi parti di su curpa a word afecti.
Funcion di 6rgano alterA door di alcohol
E higra, cual ta e 6rgano principal di e curpa cu ta
deshaci di veneno y su efectonan, ta wordo afecta hopi
door di uzo excesivo di alcohol. E higra ta wordo strobe

di neutralize huma, quimica di cuminda y awa \ di
E higra su abilidad pa contribui na e formacion di clula
cora di sanger. factornan coagulante y mecanismo di
defense contra bacteria, ta wordo reduci. Falta di
energia, hinchamento di enkel, impotencia sexual y
hinchamento abormal di venanan. ta solamente algun di
e cosnan causa pa dafio na higra.
Si e higra dafia, e venanan cu ta localizA na unda e es4/ago
ta drenta stoma ta engrandcce v su rand ta bira fini,
causando asina dramamento di sanger
Cantidad grand y concentration halto di alcohol ta
restringi e secrecion di liquid ga\tlico, caiusanldo
inflamacion di stoma. E superficic di c stoma (c ta laga
liquidonan digestive pasa. ta deteriora y e musculonan
di stoma ta sufri colapso Consecccntemente, c(minda
no ta word mezcla suficientemente of clie:'i
quimicamente, local hopi biaha ta result iden
Bebemento dimas ta result den presion halto di sanger v
ritmo abnormal di curazon. Ora cu e celulanan di curaion
crece, y e curazon bira mas grand, e valviuanan di
curazon ta cuminza traha malo, sn accionnan muscular
ta debilit y e circulacion disanger ta word strolha. E curpa
no ta haya nutrition necesario y veneno ta acumtul. Ora
un hende wordo afecta di e manera aki. e ta bira
vulnerabel pa ataque di curazon of batimento di
Bronquitis cr6nico. pulmonia y tuberculosis ta
complicacionnan di pulmon cu ta sosode hopi ora cu un
hende ta uza demasiado alcohol. Den e rifion, arterianan
ta bira grand. y demasiado urina ta word descargai
privando e curpa di liquidonan necesario.
Al contrario di local ta sosode cu e organonan cr. c
daio cu ta wordo haci na e cerebro ye sistema di nerrto por ta
permanent. Un aparato cu ta explore cerebro, N ama
"brain scanner a mustra cu no solamente
alcohdliconan sino tambe hendenan cu ta bebe mas cu
nan por want na occasion social, ta experience iln
reduction den tamailo di cerebro. Esaki ta visibel den
favo di memorial, falta di coordinacion muscular v tambe
electonan negative riba personalidad.
En berdad, un poco biia ta regocihb e curazon, pcro
demasiado den cantidad \ frecuencia solamente ta ca usa
males y condicionnan peligroso.
Moderacion den tuma belida alcoholic. mantra hopi
otro cos den bida, ta un consideration important.



December 1982