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Passenger List, Holland-America, T.S.S. Veendam, 23 July 1948

First And Tourist Class Passenger List for the T.S.S. Veendam of the Holland-America Line, Departing 23 July 1948 from Rotterdam to New York via Southampton, Commanded by Captain C. Van Beek.

List of Passengers
T. S. S. "Veendam"
From Rotterdam
To New York
(Via Southampton)
Friday, July 23, 1948

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: C. Van BEEK, Commander
  2. Chief Officer: D. Van DALEN
  3. Chief Engineer: A. Van STEYN
  4. Purser: C. Th. SUISTER
  5. Physician: A. P. KALIS
  6. Chief Steward: H. J. ANTONISSE

List of First Class Passengers

Front Cover - 23 July 1948 Passenger List, T.S.S. Veendam, Holland-America Line

  1. S Mrs. A, Aaronson
  2. S Miss J. Aaronson
  3. S Mr. L. Akin
  4. S Mr. G. Allardyce
  5. S Mrs. G. Allardyce
  6. Mr. H. van Andel
  7. Mrs. H van Andel
  8. S Miss E. Ashbrook
  9. Baroness Alice de Bachofen
  10. S Mts. H. Bacon
  11. Mr. E. A. M. de Baeke
  12. Mrs. E. A. M. de Baeke
  13. Mrs, S. Barash
  14. Mrs. S. Banish
  15. S Miss P. Barratt
  16. S Mrs. E. S. Beeman
  17. S Miss E, J. Beeman
  18. S Mrs. L. Beerman
  19. Mrs, M. Binns
  20. S Miss E, Blitstein
  21. Miss M W. Bok
  22. S Miss J. Bookless
  23. Mr. L. L. Boonstra
  24. Mrs. L. L. Boonstra
  25. Miss E. I. Boonstra
  26. S Mr. P. Bordoni
  27. S Mrs. C. V. Bos
  28. S Mr. H. N Brown
  29. S Mrs. F. C. Browning
  30. S Mrs. G. Bryant
  31. Miss G. Bugler
  32. S Mr. W. S. Burn
  33. S Mrs. W. S. Burn
  34. S Miss Burn
  35. S Miss A. M. Calverly
  36. S Mrs. H. Cameron
  37. S Mast. R. Cameron
  38. S Mast. J. Cameron
  39. S Miss H. Carlile
  40. S Mr. R. M. Carter
  41. S Prof, G. P. Chapman
  42. Mrs. G, P. Chapman
  43. S Mr. J. L. Chien
  44. S Mr. W. H. Collins
  45. S Mrs. W. H. Collins
  46. S Miss J. Collins
  47. S Mr. W. A. Collins
  48. Mrs. W. J, Collins
  49. S Miss E. B. Cook
  50. "Mr. A, C. Corys'tas
  51. Mr. H. Crommelin
  52. Mrs. E. S. Crommelin
  53. S Mr. R. B. Curr
  54. Miss L. J. Dam
  55. S Miss R. J. Davies
  56. S Mr. J. Doyle
  57. Mr. Ph. Duesberg
  58. Prof. H. A. Eaton
  59. Mrs. H. A. Eaton
  60. S Mrs. V. Edwards
  61. S Mast. M. Edwards
  62. S Mr. D, S Edmunds
  63. S Mrs, D, S. Edmunds
  64. S Mrs. E. M. Evans
  65. S Mr. W. F. Ellenshaw
  66. S Mrs. W. F. Ellenshaw
  67. S Mast. J. Ellenshaw
  68. S Miss P. A. Fegan
  69. Dr. L. Felder
  70. S Miss C. Fox
  71. Mrs. C. V. Francois
  72. Mr. E. U. Frankl
  73. S Miss E. Fry
  74. Dame Katherine Furse GBE, RRC
  75. S Miss M. Godfrey
  76. Mrs, H. Godts
  77. Miss S. Gogniat
  78. S Mr. D. L. Gough
  79. S Mrs. I. C. Graham
  80. S Mrs. H. Grimshaw
  81. S Mr. J. A. Hagemeyer
  82. S Mrs, J. A. Hagemeyer
  83. S Mast. R. A. Hagemeyer
  84. S Miss S. A. Hagemeyer
  85. S Miss S. Hare
  86. S Mrs. M. Harley
  87. S Mrs. R. Harris
  88. S Mr. J Hatitler
  89. S Mrs. J. Haatler
  90. Mrs. G. P. Henry
  91. Mr. S. Ii. Henry
  92. Miss P. A. Henry
  93. S Mrs. A. Herriot
  94. Mr. G. Hogesteger
  95. S Mr. A. E. Honour
  96. Mr. A. de Horn
  97. Mrs. A. de Horn
  98. Miss A. Huston
  99. Miss A. Huston
  100. S Mr. J. Hyde
  101. S Mrs. J. Hyde
  102. S Miss S. J. Hyde
  103. S Mast. J. M. Hyde
  104. S Mrs. L. Hydens
  105. S Mrs. R. M. Jamgotschian
  106. S Mast. R. C. Jamgotschian
  107. Mr. P. Jans
  108. Miss G. de Jonge
  109. Mr. F. Kaufmann
  110. S Miss M. Kelbert
  111. Mr. E. C. King
  112. S Mr. D. Kirk
  113. S Mrs. D. Kirk
  114. Mr. A. K8ppel
  115. S Mr. E. V. Kudaratiskas
  116. S Mrs. E. V. Kudaratiskas
  117. S Mrs. T. Lange
  118. S Miss B. Lange
  119. S Miss M. Lees
  120. Mr. W. G. Lina
  121. Mrs. W. G. Lina
  122. Miss M. Lina
  123. Miss I. Lina
  124. Mr. I. Loewy
  125. Mrs. I. Loewy
  126. Miss B. Loewy
  127. Mast. D. Loewy
  128. S Mr. J. E. Longstreth
  129. S Miss C. Longstreth
  130. S Mrs. E Lucas
  131. S Mr. N. Madison
  132. S Mr. H. G. Mangold
  133. S Miss J. Marment
  134. S Mr. J. Martin
  135. S Mrs. R. E. McAdie
  136. S Mr. J. Mc. Connell
  137. S Mrs. J. Mc. Connell
  138. S Mrs. P. M. McFadden
  139. S Miss F. McFadden
  140. S Mrs. E. M. Meades
  141. S Miss O. M. Meades
  142. S Mrs, E, Mee
  143. Baron H. J. R. R. Melvill van Carnbee
  144. jonkvrouwe E. Melvill van Carnbee
  145. Jonkvrouwe C. Melvin van Carnbee
  146. S Mrs, N. D. Minay
  147. S Mrs. E. Mitchell
  148. S Miss S. Mitchell
  149. Mr. D. Modiano
  150. Mrs. D. Modiano
  151. S Mr. A. Moisis
  152. Prof. Dr, G. R. Moore
  153. Mrs. G. R. Moore
  154. Mr. J. P. van Muysen
  155. S Mr. M. Nazarian
  156. Mr. H. Noez
  157. Mrs. A. M. van Reekum
  158. Miss E. van Reekum
  159. Miss H, van Reekum
  160. Mr. T. F. Reiss
  161. Mrs. T. F. Reiss
  162. Mr. Ritter
  163. Mrs. H. Roelofs
  164. Mrs. B. G. Roetering
  165. Col. M. L. de Rome
  166. Mrs. M. L. de Rome
  167. Miss C. de Rome
  168. Mast. G. de Rome
  169. Mrs. H. E. Ross
  170. S Mrs. S. M. Roth
  171. S Miss S. M. Roth
  172. S Miss A. J. Roth
  173. S Mrs. F. Rothschild
  174. S Mr. J. Rowlands
  175. S Mrs. J, Rowlands
  176. Mr. J. Rulon Miller
  177. Mrs. J. Rulon Miller
  178. Mrs. A. Rulon Miller
  179. Mr. M. Sampaio
  180. Mrs. M. Sampaio
  181. S Mr. R. Saunders
  182. Mr. R. W. Schenk
  183. Dr. P. H. Schroeder
  184. Mrs. J. SchOn
  185. Miss F Schwcxrte
  186. S Mrs. S. Secunda
  187. S Miss I. M. Shepherd
  188. S Dr. J. A. V. Shone
  189. S Mrs. L. F. Smith
  190. S Mrs. T. M. Suckling
  191. S Mast. D. Suckling
  192. S Mast. G. Suckling
  193. S Miss B. Sullivan
  194. Mr. E. W. Suringar
  195. S Miss S. Tabor
  196. S Mr. A. Taylor
  197. S Mrs, A. Taylor
  198. S Miss A. Tazelaar
  199. S Mr. J. Tedesco
  200. S Mr. G. S. Toki
  201. S Rev. L. Tucker
  202. S Mrs. L. Tucker
  203. S Miss E. Tucker
  204. S Miss M, Tucker
  205. S Mr. W. Turnbull
  206. S Mrs. W. Turnbull
  207. Mr. H. Uehlinger
  208. S Mrs. L. Uydens
  209. S Dr. L. Le Vann
  210. S Mrs. M. D. Vernon
  211. Mrs. B. B. Vinnell
  212. Miss H. Voorhes
  213. Miss Th. M. F. v. d. Vyvere
  214. Miss Th. van Wagoner
  215. Mr. J. Wajer
  216. Mrs. J. Wajer
  217. S Miss J. Watkins
  218. Mr. Ph. H. Watkins
  219. Mrs. Ph. H. Watkins
  220. Miss D. Wegenstein
  221. Mr. L. Weil
  222. Mr. L. Weil
  223. Miss M. L. Well
  224. Mr. L. Weindling
  225. Mrs. L, Weindling
  226. Mr. G. Wesp
  227. Major C. Wheaton-Smith
  228. S Mrs. C. Wheaton-Smith
  229. S Mrs. V. C. Wheeldon
  230. S Mr. T. A. Wilson
  231. S Mr. G. A. Woodman
  232. S Mrs. G, A. Woodman
  233. S Mrs. S. Yagus
  234. S Miss W Yagus

S embarking at Southampton

List of Tourist Class Passengers

  1. S Mr. W. I. Abraham
  2. S Mrs. W. I Abraham
  3. S Mast. S. B, Abraham
  4. Mr. S. Ackermann
  5. Miss I. Alten
  6. Mr. G. Arkema
  7. S Mrs. E. Arnott
  8. Mrs. J. Arondeus
  9. Brother I. Aulagnier
  10. Mr. J. Baas
  11. Mrs. K. Bakker
  12. S Mr. J. M. Ballantyne
  13. S Mrs. T. Ballantyne
  14. Mr. H. Betten
  15. Mr. Th. Bogaert
  16. Mrs. Th. Bogaert
  17. Miss R, Bogaert
  18. Mr. J. Bothof
  19. Mrs. J. Bothof
  20. S Mr. L. Boudnich
  21. Mr. D. W. Bourdon
  22. Mrs. D. W. Bourdon
  23. Miss R. A. Bourdon
  24. Miss J. H. Bourdon
  25. Miss D. M. Bourdon
  26. S Miss Mary J. Bragg
  27. Mrs, M. S. Brands
  28. Mrs. Chr. A. Breda
  29. Miss A. Breed
  30. Miss J. C. Breman
  31. S Mr. H. Brierley
  32. S Mrs. H. Brierley
  33. Mr. C. de Brode
  34. Mr. G. J. Broekhuizen
  35. Mr. Ch. Burkli
  36. Mrs. C. Burkli
  37. Mr. M. Bijland
  38. Mrs. M. Bijland
  39. Miss C. Byland
  40. S Mrs. E. E. Cable
  41. Miss L. Carrington
  42. Mr. D. Cattepoel
  43. Mrs. G. Ciapponi
  44. Mast. R. Ciapponi
  45. Miss J. J. T. Claes
  46. S Mr. van Cleef-Gelger
  47. Mr. N. Clerc
  48. S Mr. W. B. Clift
  49. Mrs. R. Cornil
  50. Miss G. Crane
  51. S Mr. F. Dart
  52. Mr. H. Deinant
  53. Mrs. D. Dehne
  54. Mrs. M. van Denbussche
  55. Mr. John F. Dona
  56. Mrs. John F. Dona
  57. S Miss L Donaldson
  58. Mrs, G. Draayer
  59. Mr. H. W. Duyker
  60. S Mrs. M. A. Ellis
  61. Miss Th. Ernst
  62. S Mr. D. Evans
  63. S Mrs. D. Evans
  64. Mr. H. N. Esvelds
  65. Mrs. H. N. Esvelds
  66. Miss C. Esvelds
  67. Mr. A. H. Eymeren
  68. Mrs, M. J. Falk
  69. Miss M. J. Falk
  70. Miss A. J. Falk
  71. S Mr. R. Fisher
  72. S Mrs. R. Fisher
  73. Miss A. B. A. Fleischmann
  74. Mr. M. Flowers
  75. Mrs. M. Flowers
  76. Miss L. Flowers
  77. Mrs, E, M. Fontaine
  78. Mrs. A. Fourett
  79. Mrs. C. H. Frame
  80. Mr. J. D. Frierman
  81. S Mr. G. C. D
  82. Mr. J. Fyn
  83. Mrs. J. Fyn
  84. Miss T. v. d. Gang
  85. Mrs. A A. v. Geest
  86. Mrs. M. Gelders
  87. Mr. S. R. Gerber
  88. Mrs. E. Germeraad
  89. Mr. D. de Gier
  90. Mrs. D. de Gier
  91. Mr. R, Gilbert Gilgannon
  92. Miss C, Gilgannon
  93. Brother W. Giral
  94. S Miss A. R. Glynn
  95. Mr. M. Goldenhar
  96. Dr. W. F, Golterman
  97. S Mt. A, Goulding
  98. S Mrs. A. Goulding
  99. Mrs. H. de Graaf
  100. Mrs. M. Grignon
  101. Miss J, M. Grignon
  102. Mrs. Joh. M, v, d. Gronden
  103. Miss C. Grojs
  104. Mr. H. Grootveld
  105. Miss J. M. liaarsma
  106. S Mr. Hailand
  107. Miss V. Hale
  108. Mr. A. Ham
  109. Mrs. A. Ham
  110. S Mrs. G. M. Hamilton
  111. S Miss A. Hamilton
  112. Mr. N. v. d. Handel
  113. Mr. E. Handiges
  114. S Mr. A. Harris
  115. S Miss M. Harrison
  116. Mr. J, Hartman
  117. Mrs. M. v. Hautekerke
  118. Mr. U. Hege
  119. S Miss Heinning
  120. S Miss C. M. Henderson
  121. Mrs. Wm.Henkes
  122. Mast. Charles Henkes
  123. Mr. J. D. Hennings
  124. S Mr. W. J. Herring
  125. Mr. J, J. v. Hoeken
  126. Mrs, J. J. v. Hoeken
  127. Sister M. Hoffmans
  128. S Mrs. B. Holland
  129. Mrs. J. Holt-Caerts
  130. Mr. L. Hommerson
  131. MIS, L. Hommerson
  132. Miss E. Hommerson
  133. S Miss M, Hobson
  134. S Mr. J. A. Horne
  135. Mr. J. F. Hotke
  136. Miss A. Hyena
  137. Mr. A. v. d. Jagt
  138. Mrs. A. v. d. Jagt
  139. Miss E. M, Jansen
  140. Mr. S. M. de Jong
  141. S Mr. E. L. Joyce
  142. S Mrs. E. L Joyce
  143. S Mr. A. Joyce
  144. Miss van Kalsbeek
  145. Miss R. E. W. Karrer
  146. S Mr. J. A. Kelly
  147. Mr. R. Ketelaar
  148. Mr. H. J. Knock
  149. Mrs. H. J. Kniick
  150. Miss O. G. Kniick
  151. Miss G. M. F. Kntick
  152. S Mrs, F. Koeningstein
  153. Miss C. J. N. Kok
  154. Mr. Ch. Konig
  155. Mrs. Ch. Konig
  156. Miss R. A. Kooreman
  157. Mr. H. Kuschner
  158. Miss A. v. d. Laag
  159. Mr. R. H. Lagae
  160. Mrs. R. H. Lagae
  161. Mr. J. M. Last
  162. Mrs. J. M. Last
  163. Mrs. F. C. Leemans
  164. Prof. Dr. W. Leendertz
  165. Mrs. W. Leendertz
  166. S Mrs. R. M. Lenel
  167. Mrs. G. Limotta
  168. Mr. B. Lingeman
  169. Mrs. B. Lingeman
  170. Dr. R. I. Little
  171. S Mrs, E. Locke
  172. Mr. B. Lootsma
  173. S Miss R. Loring
  174. S Miss M. E. Lotz
  175. S Mr. J. M. Louden
  176. S Mrs, J. M. Louden
  177. Mrs. A. Lowe
  178. Miss B, Lucas
  179. S Mrs. I. MacDonald
  180. S Miss G. MacDonald
  181. S Miss R. J. Malnich
  182. S Mrs. E. Marsh
  183. Mrs. M. E. Martin
  184. Miss I. Massert
  185. S Mr. F. C. May
  186. S Mrs. F. C. May
  187. Mr. L, Mayer
  188. Mrs. L. Mayer
  189. S Mrs. M. Mazzochi
  190. S Miss E. Mazzochi
  191. S Mrs. I. Mc.Aslan
  192. S Mr. E. Mclnerny
  193. S Mrs. A McKenna
  194. Miss Andree Megares
  195. Ds. H. W. Meihuizen
  196. Mrs. H. W. Meihuizen
  197. S Mr. E. J. Melsome
  198. S Mrs. E. J. Melsome
  199. Miss D. Meyer
  200. Miss M, L. Meyer
  201. S Mrs. E. T. Milner
  202. Miss V. Miezis
  203. Mrs. I. Moschinski
  204. Brother H. Moulin
  205. S Miss M. F. Munsell
  206. Miss J. Nagelkerke
  207. Mr. F. A. van Nierop
  208. Mr. F. M. Oliver
  209. Mrs. F, M. Oliver
  210. MTS. H, C. Oliver
  211. Mrs. A. Oostveen
  212. Mr. William H. ORourke
  213. Mrs. William H. ORourke
  214. Miss Nancy J. ORourke
  215. Mr. H. Orthwein
  216. Miss M A. Orthwein
  217. Mrs. B. F. Page
  218. Miss V. Page
  219. Mr. H. Parson
  220. Mr. P. Peachey
  221. S Miss E. Peebles
  222. Mrs. C. E. Peereboom-Kikkert
  223. S Miss I. Pickersgill
  224. Miss J. Plak
  225. Mr. Chr. Pohl
  226. Mrs. E. Prakelt
  227. Mrs. D. M. Raffenaud
  228. Mrs. A. Ranbau
  229. Baronesse A. E. van Randwijk-Wackwitz
  230. Miss L. Rediger
  231. Mr. G. Reimer Sr
  232. Mr. C. Rippens
  233. Mrs. C. Rippens
  234. S Mr. J. Robbins
  235. Prof. G. V. A, Ming
  236. Mrs. J. Roosenberg
  237. Mr. L. J. R. Roosmale Nepveu
  238. Mr. J. Rostee
  239. Mr. M. Rothbaum
  240. S Mr. H. J. Russell
  241. Miss L. Russell
  242. Mrs. A. Sanders
  243. Mast. F. S. Sanders
  244. S Mrs. C. Sappington
  245. Miss R. G. Scaillet
  246. Mrs. A. Scarpulla
  247. Mast. F. Scarpulla
  248. Miss A. Scarpulla
  249. Mrs. A. Schakelaar
  250. S Mr. H. M. Schein
  251. "Mrs. H. M. Schein
  252. Mrs. C. Schmidt
  253. Miss L. Schmidt
  254. Mr. Ch. Schnebele
  255. S Miss Sara Scott
  256. Mr. V. Sebek
  257. S Mr. R. F. G. Sessions
  258. Mr. E. Sicklick
  259. Miss D M. Smith
  260. Mr. S. S. Solow
  261. Mrs. E. Soontiens
  262. S Mrs. F. H. Spedding
  263. Miss E. C. Speyer
  264. S Mr. S. E. Sprague
  265. S Mrs. S. E Sprague
  266. S Miss E. A. Sprague
  267. S Miss H. L. Sprague
  268. Mr. R. Staub
  269. S Mrs. H. G. Steele
  270. S Mast. W Steele
  271. S Mr. R. Steiner
  272. S Mrs. R. Steiner
  273. S Mast. J. Steiner
  274. Mrs. George W. Stephens
  275. Mr. R. Stempfel
  276. Mr. Wm. Stock
  277. Mrs. Wm. Stock
  278. Mr. W. F. Striedieck
  279. Mrs. Y. O. L. Stroud-Drinkwater
  280. Mr. M. Sunt
  281. Mrs. M. Sunt
  282. S Mrs. M. Sutter
  283. S Miss R. Sutter
  284. S Mrs. E. Swanson
  285. Mr. C. Symons
  286. Mrs. C. Symons
  287. S Mrs. M. Tarpinian
  288. "Miss B. Taylor
  289. S Miss G. H. Taylor
  290. S Miss A. Tennent
  291. S Mr. P. J. Tew
  292. Mr. W. C. Thompson
  293. Mr. G. W. Thompson
  294. Miss B. C. M. J. Twaalfhoven
  295. Mr. R. Vandenberg
  296. Miss G. Verhagen
  297. Mrs. M, Verheist
  298. Mrs. J. M. Vermeer
  299. Mr. H. Volz
  300. Mr. M. Vos Jr.
  301. Mrs. H. de Vries
  302. Mr. J. A. v. d. Waal
  303. Mrs. J. A. v. d. Waal
  304. Mast. J. C. v. d. Waal
  305. Mast. H. v. d. Waal
  306. Mast. C. v, d. Waal
  307. Mr. Chr. H. Walrave
  308. Ms. P. Wallace
  309. Mast. R. Wallace
  310. S IvIr. E. Water
  311. Mr. A. P. v. d. Water
  312. Mr. F. de Weeger
  313. Mrs. W. Weterings
  314. S Mr. C. W. Whipple
  315. Mr. J. Widmer
  316. Mrs. J. Wiegerink
  317. Mr. J Wiegerink
  318. Mrs. A. Wildeboer
  319. Mr. P. Wildeboer
  320. S Miss M. M. Wimberly
  321. Mr. J. Wismer
  322. Mr. F. v. d. Wissel
  323. S Miss R. M. Wohlwill
  324. Miss B. A. Woods
  325. S Dr. Richard N Wrenn
  326. Mrs. H. Wulterkens
  327. Mr. J. J. van Wijk
  328. Mrs. J. J. van Wijk
  329. Mast. E. van Wijk
  330. Mr. Wm. Wijngaarde
  331. Mrs. Wm. Wijngaarde
  332. Mr. R. de Zeeuw
  333. Mr. N. J. Th. van Zeyl
  334. Mrs. C. de Zwart-Mooy

S embarking at Southampton

General Information for Passengers

ANIMALS. Kennels are available on board for the transportation of dogs, cats etc, Animals are not allowed in the cabins and other public rooms, unless by the Captain's special permission. Attention should be given that these animals be declared on the Customs declaration forms on arrival.

Baggage. Trunks exceeding the ordinary measurements cannot be taken into the cabins. It is forbidden to have in one's baggage, inflammable, explosive or other .dangerous articles. The ship's staff reserve all rights to eliminate all such articles, if deemed necessary. All inquiries pertaining to the storing or forwarding of baggage should be addressed to the Baggage Master.

Upon arrival at New York moreover Century Transportation Company representatives are available to take orders for delivery of trunks and larger pieces to any destination indicated by the passenger,

Baggage Insurance. The Company's liability for damage to or loss or detention of baggage is strictly limited and Passengers are therefore advised to protect themselves by insurance against tisk of loss, theft, damage, pilferage, etc. Policies may be obtained at current rates at any office of the Company.

Barber and Ladies' Hair Dresser. A barber's and ladies-hairdresser's shop is installed on board. The charges for services are announced by the Company.

Change of Cabins. Change of cabins is only permissible when authorized by the Purser,

Customs CLEARANCE. On landing at New York, all baggage will be examined by the Customs Officials. It is therefore recommended that Passengers make full enquiries at the Purser's office about the Customs regulations and to fill in carefully the Customs declaration form handed to them by the Purser.

DANGEROUS Articles. Dangerous articles such as inflammable and explosive objects may not be taken aboard. The attention of Passengers is also drawn to the fact that it is very dangerous to throw away lighted cigars, cigarettes or burning tobacco discards (even when thrown overboard as they might enter the vessel's interior through open portholes). Passengers are therefore requested to use the receptacles provided on board, for this purpose.

Deck Chairs, Rugs and Chair Cushions. Deck chairs, rugs and chair cushions may be hired on application to the Deck Steward. The charges are: Deck chairs f 4.—, chair cushions and rugs f 2.65 each per voyage.

Deck Games. Inplements for deck games such as quoits, deck tennis, deck golf, shuffle board etc. are supplied free of charge. Passengers are warned, however, to wear rubber-soled shoes when participating in deck games. When joining these games Passengers do so at their own risk and any mishaps or injuries, which may occur are without any responsibility on the part of the Company.

Divine Service. Divine service will be held on Sundays, at hours announced on the bulletin board, if a recognized clergyman on board is willing to officiate.

Dr.NKS, Tobacco, Etc. Wines, beer, liquor and many other beverages as well as cigarettes, cigars and tobacco may be obtained on board at prices in Dutch currency fixed by the Company. Passengers are not allowed to bring with them large quantities of liquor or tobacco for personal use. Any large quantities must be reported to the Purser for Customs declaration. They will be kept in custody by the Purser in an appropriate room.

Landing Cards. All Passengers will receive a Landing Card and are requested to present same before leaving the steamer to a U.S. Immigration Inspector for endorsement.

Lost and Found Articles. Found articles are to be handed over and lost articles to be reported to the Chief Steward. Articles not called for before arrival, or left in the cabins, will be handed over to the agency at the port of arrival, where Passengers may claim them or make inquiries.

Mail and Telegrams. Mail and telegrams for Passengers are brought on board the steamer before sailing and placed in the Passengers' rooms. For any inquiries relating to mails, Passengers are invited to call at the Chief Steward's office. Passengers are advised to stop at the mail desk in the centre of the Pier at Hoboken, N.J., to claim letters and telegrams, which may have been received for them. Mail to be forwarded can be handed over to the Purser, who will take care of it. Postage stamps may be obtained to a limited number from the Library Steward.

Meals. The hours during which meals will be served will be shown on the ship's bulletin boards. Passengers are kindly requested to observe these hours.

Medical Attention. The services rendered and the medicines prescribed by the ship's Physician are free of charge. The Holland-America Line assumes no responsibility for any treatment or services rendered by the Physician or for any medicines supplied. The ship's Physician is entitled to make a reasonable charge for attendance or treatment for ailments or conditions antedating embarkation of the passenger.

Money-Exchange. During the Westbound voyage the Ship's personnel is allowed to accept only Dutch money in payment of expenses made by the Passengers. Opportunity is therefore given to exchange foreign Currency into Dutch money at the Purser's Office at rates of exchange fixed by the Company. Only the Purser is authorized to exchange or accept foreign currency.

On Eastbound voyages on the other hand U.S currency only will be accepted on board. Passengers residing in the Netherlands, and Gloat Britain, however, can draw on their Boardcre&t, when taken out beforehand.

Articles on sale in the gift shops are only obtainable against payment in U S. currency both on the West-and Eastbound voyages

Motor COACH Service at New York. For the convenience of Holland-America Line Passengers and their friends a motor coach service will run from Hoboken to Public Service Terminal, located at 260 West 42nd Street (between Seventh and 8th Avenues), where taxis will be available. Through the Purser, Passengers may reserve a seat in one of the motor coaches at least 24 hours before arrival in New York. The charge for this service, for which Passengers will receive a ticket, will be $ 1.— per person, (including the transfer of a reasonable number of pieces of Passengers' hand baggage).

Motor coach tickets are valid only for the motor coach connection for the present voyage, and if not used, have no redemption value. Large baggage must be sent on separately. The Holland-America Line accepts no responsibility whatsoever in connection with this coach service.
Taxis are also available at the Hoboken pier.

Payments. Passengers paying any supplements for room-transfers, additional passage money, freight, telegrams, etc., should obtain a receipt from the Purser on the Company's form. For radiograms a receipt will be furnished by the Wireless Operator.

Table Sitting. Table and seats should be reserved on board at the Chief Steward's office after embarkation.

U.S. Head Tax. Provided alien visitors, holding a temporary visitor's visa (Section 3 ('-') of the United States Immigration Laws) can satisfy the U.S. Immigration Inspector upon arrival in the United States that they will leave the country within sixty days from the date of entry, they are exempt from the payment of U.S. Head Tax ($ 8.—).

Important: In cases where Head Tax is assessed, claim for refund will not be recognized by the United States Government, even if the alien should actually leave the U.S A. within sixty days from the date of entry.

Valuables. The Company is not responsible for theft of valuables or money which are kept in the staterooms and same should be placed in safety deposit boxes in the Purser's office, A deposit of f 25.— is required but this amount will be refunded when the key of the deposit box is returned to the Purser. As no charge is made for carriage, the Company cannot accept any responsibility for loss or damage however arising, Passengers are accordingly requested to protect themselves by insurance.

WINDOWS and Portholes, Passengers are not allowed to open or close portholes themselves. If Passengers wish to have their portholes closed or opened, they should call their room steward. Passengers ignoring this warning do so at their own risk and the Company assumes no liability in case of accident or damage. The Commander has the right to have all windows and portholes closed when such is found necessary for the ship's safety.

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