Hallie Franklin Hubbard, on November 11, 1951, in his sleep. Hallie Hubbard arrived in Saudi Arabia on January 15, 1950 as Foreman (Crafts) for the Saudi Government Railroad.
News of the death of John H. King (Training Hdqrs) in New York on September 10, 1951, arrived after last week's edition went to Press.
The field extends deepest sympathy to Mrs. Marguerite Carpenter on the passing of her husband, Guy, July 14.
Mildred P. Gelinas, wife of Ed and mother of Judith, and Sandra Lynn on July 3, in Dhahran.
Mary Alexander, wife of Dr. T. C. Alexander, and mother of Robin "Pinky" Alexander on June 30, in New York City.
With deep regret we announce the accidental deaths of Frank Eric Carlson and John W. Toby on March 7th, 1951.
With deep regret we announce the death of Robert A. Marques on Thursday, February 15, 1951, at 8 a.m., of natural causes.
With Deep Regret we announce the death of John Wesley Cannedy on Tuesday, December 19, 1950 and Michael Cannedy on Friday, December 15, 1950.
We regret to announce the accidental death of Larry Holmes, on December 9, 1950, at 3 p.m. in the vicinity of Ain Dar where he was assigned as a Rigger.
During the night of August 14th, while awaiting transportation to Rahaima at the intersection of the Ras Tanura-Terminal road and the North Pier road, Ibrahim bin Ahmed, #3019, was run down and killed by a car driven by a non-Company employee.