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Immim In Sumatra back in 1924, Standard geologists began mapping possible deposits of oil. But not until last year did Sumatran wells start adding to available oil supplies. This operation, costing some $62 million to date, was pioneered by Standard. It is now carried on jointly with The Texas Company under the name Caltex. Into San Francisco Bay come carry. ing Sumatran crude--return~ on the long gamble Standard undertook nearly 30 years ago. Other shipments go elsewhere in the world, aiding prog- ress and adding defensive strength. Four friendly nations in particular benefit directly. First, of course, is the young Indonesian Republic, of which Sumatra is a part. Then Australia, Japan and the Philip- pines. They produce practically no oil of their own, but will be supplied in the near future by reflnsz4.u which Caltex is helping to build, q And, of course, the Sumatran oil brought into this country helps keep you in gasoline and the many other petroleum products you've come'to rely on. q Standard's ac- tivities abroad, typified by this flow of Sumatran crude, are constantly being expanded, as an added guarantee that petroleum needs of the free world will continue to be met. STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF plans ahead to serve you better .,4 [] aga,n... [] Proved As Only U THE 307 NEW FEATURES L~I the New International Trucks have been... PROVED in the world's most advanced truck Engi- neering Laboratory at Fort Wayne, Indiana, and PROVED AGAIN on International Harvester's 4000- acre desert Proving Ground at Phoenix, Arizona. FOR PROFIT-MINDED BUYERS. New Internationals offer an unnmt hed value combination- the right truck for the job, unequalled performance, lowest mainte- nance and operating costs, maximum driver comfort. Now--the features you want--in New international styling identified by the IH emblem . . . First tr~ck builder to offer choice of gasoline or LP gas with Underwriters' Laboratories listing in ll/~-ton sizes and other models... Diesel power optional in models rated 22,000 lbs. and over... Cofi~fo-Visio~ cab with one-piece Sweepsight windahield. New comfort and interior styling... Steel-flex Now--See The New IH-Built, Fifth and Olympic Can Prove "Em BUILT THE IH WAY. Choose from 168 models in Amer- ica's most complete truck line. Each model embodies engitmering principles, used in International's Con- tinuing program of truck research and development, that have resulted hi hundreds exclusive Interna- tional features which have meant greater profits for truck buyers. NEW INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS are BUILT as only II-I can build them, PXOV D as only IH-can prove them, a VALUE only IH can give you. America's most complete truck line frames proved best in the field... Transmissions and auxil- iary transmissions to meet any operating requirement . . 296 wheelbases, ranging from 102 inches up... Easy start" ing and greater fuel economy... Wide range of axle ratios for all models . . . Real steering comfort and control. Sizes from -ton to 90,000 lbs. GVW rdting. IH-Proved Internationals at WEBER -PONTIAC Arlington, Washington