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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: February 19, 1943
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Language: Text in English and papiamento.
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- 1940-
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I VRUBA) N W s


VOL. 4, No. 3 PUBLISHED BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.


Baum Wins Slogan Contest With "Hopi CON Pronto"


When the Special
Awards Committee
finished sifting
more than 150
entries in the slo-
gan contest, the
prize of Fls. 25
went to Robert
Baum of the Gas
Plant for his "Hopi
CON Pronto".
The judges agreed
that those three
words expressed in
a nutshell what
several thousand
Lago employees are
striving to do: give
the United Nations
all the aviation gas-
oline they need -
and in a hurry.
"Hopi" is the
Papiamento word for "much", or "a
whole lot of". CON, standing for
"hundred octane number" (or aviation
gasoline) is the established symbol for
the entire construction project. "Pron-
to", in practically any language, means
"mighty quick". Simply stated, the
slogan means "much aviation gas soon".
Four other slogans were given honor-
able mention by the judges:
"CON"-tribute to Victory, by Rupert
Jailal of the Electrical dept.
Let's Get Along With CON, by Frank
Burson of T.S.D.
The Fighting Men Need CON, by
Gertrude Ward.
We're in it CON'I1 win it, by
Edward Rankin of T.S.D.


Despues di a consider mas di 150 le-
ma cu a worde recibi, e Comit6 pa Pre-
mionan Especial a decidi di duna e pre-
mio di Fls. 25.00 na Robert Baum, em-
pleado di Gas Plant, pa su "Hopi CON
Pronto".
E jueznan a combini cu e tres palabra-
nan aki ta express brevemente lo que
varies miles di empleado di Lago ta es-
forza nan mes pa haci: duna Nacionnan
Uni tur e gasoline cu nan tin mester -


Margriet Francisca, the Netherlands
Princess born January 19, was named
for both a flower and a governor-general.
"Margriet" is the name of a certain type
of daisy which is the favorite flower
of Queen Wilhelmina, while "Francisca"
is from "Franciscus", one of the names
of the Earl of Athlone, Governor-Gen-
eral of Canada.


It takes about 62,000 gallons of gas-
oline to train just one Air Force pilot
- which is another good reason for
"Hopi CON Pronto".


It looks like a full-dress battle, but
the blows weren't landing very hard
and the training-headgear made a
knockout unlikely, to say the least. The


Robert Baum of the Gas Plant is shown admiring
the FIs. 25 bill he received for his prize-winning
slogan in the Special Awards contest.
Robert Baum, admirando su FIs 25.00 cu e
a ricibi pa su lema cu a sali premin den e
concurso di Comit6 pa Premionan Especial.

i pronto, lig6. E palabra di mei-mei
"CON" ta e simbolo cu ta worde usA aki
pa gasolinen di aviaci6n", manera cu spli-
cA claramente e lema ta significa "hopi
gasoline di aviavi6n pronto".


Company Official in Hague
May 10 Tells Engineers'
Club of Experiences

The Engineers' Club last week heard
an eye-witness account of events at The
Hague during and after the invasion of
Holland when H.F. Prioleau, who was
then in the Company's Hague office, told
of his experiences during Holland's
darkest days.
Mr. Prioleau (who is now with the
Production department in the New York
office) was on vacation in the United


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pint-sized referee for this recent Sunday
afternoon bout at the Junior Club's
field was the only spectator, so his
professional bustling-around was wast-
ed.


Readers who like grapes (as who
doesn't?) may find their mouths water-


Continued on Page 8


FEBRUARY 19, 1943


Here and There


Continued on page 2







2 ARUBA ESSO NEWS FEBRUARY 19, 1943


With a large and airy new building, extensive food-bar equipme
and a soldier orchestra, all the U.S.O. needed was partners for danc
hungry soldiers and sailors. Lago women filled the bill when the ne
Army club (formerly the Community Council-sponsored Stars & Strip
Club) opened with a dance on President Roosevelt's birthday January 3
The Conga line shown is a fair demonstration that both the guests
uniform and the guests in evening dress entered into the spirit of ti
occasion.


NEW ARRIVALS


A daughter, Agnes, to Mr. and Mrs.
Gerardo Croes, January 21.
A daughter, Reina Emerenciana, to
Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas Croes, January 23.
A son, Rudolf Marcolino, to Mr. and
Mrs. Juan Wever, January 24.
A son, Marcolino Thimeteo, to Mr.
and Mrs. Santiago Croes, January 24.
A daughter, Jacqueline Therese, to
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Yenkana, January
26.
A daughter, Marie Mancine, to Mir.
and Mrs. Apolinario Noguera, January
28.
A daughter, Barbara Marie, to Mr.
and Mrs. George Stoddard, January 30.
A daughter, Yvonne Lillian, to Mr.
and Mrs. Ronald Clauzel, January 30.
A son, Dennis Valentine, to Mr. and
Mrs. Valentine Laveist, February 5.
A son, George Raymon, to Mr. and
Mrs. Garner de Mattos, February 6.
A daughter, Ginette Therese Marie, to
Mr. and Mrs. George Tondu, Feb. 6.
A daughter, Carol Ann, to Mr. and
Mrs. Lambert Kersting, February 6.
A daughter, Claire Winder, to Mr.
and Mrs. George Potts, February 7.
A son, Robert Elliot, to Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Gooding, February 7.
A son, Franklin Seer, to Mr. and Mrs.
Sattaur Bacchus, February 8.


MAY 10

States during the summer of 1
war had broken out, he saile'
land late in September, with
first-class passengers on the
trip was uneventful, but the
taken into Weymouth, Engla
the crossing, and the passen
isolated on board for several
Prioleau eventually transshipp
"Rotterdam" and reached Ho
He found that country in
tension that gradually incr
Germany engineered successiv
with troop concentrations on t
At 4 a.m. on May 10, "all
loose" bombing planes bar
med the housetops, the airpo
the city changed hands r
parachutists were dropped ove
and street fighting was in pr
fifth columnists and "chutists
active. The Germans made a s
Royal Palace but failed. Mr
confirms the reports that pa
came down dressed as wome
priests, or frequently in N
uniforms.
With the American Ministe
to Rotterdam two days after
ing of that city,and saw the d
section still burning violently
On July 16 Mr. Prioleau w;
leave the country, going out 1
Germany to Switzerland. T


Need for Specific Ideas Urged
By Special Awards Committee

The Special Awards Committee came
out of a meeting for considering ideas
recently with the statement that many
of the suggestions being submitted were
not specific enough. "Cut red tape",
they said, is an admirable idea, but it
is essential to point out where and how
red tape can be cut so the construction
r program will be shortened. Similarly,
"devise method of working in blackout"
is a good idea, as far as it goes, but
how?
One hint the committee has given to
those "on the make" for awards is to
look for the little things, because the
very big ones (for instance, trying to
secure materials at the Eagle refinery
or in Panama) have probably already
been done.
nt, Of a man who pays too much atten-
e- tion to fine detail and misses the larger
1w
es situation, it is said that "he can't see
0. the forest for the trees". CON idea-
in suggestors are urged to turn this say-
he ing around: to look for the "trees", the
small improveable details, and the forest
will take care of itself.
The committee recently listed some of
from P. 1 the work in which fruitful ideas should
be found. They don't claim that these
939. After are all the possible sources of awards,
d for Hol- but that they make a good start:
only six How to tie up ships faster how to
liner. The unload them faster how to get
ship was material to the site faster how to
nd after distribute material on the site how
gers were to find material when you want it -
days. Mr. what substitutes to use for material you
)ed on the can't get how to dig, weld, paint, or
land. pour concrete faster how to draw,
a state of make blueprints, or authorize material
eased as withdrawals faster and better how
e "crises" to pass along information more quickly
he border, and accurately -
Hell broke In short, how to get the job done -
rely skim- Hopi CON Pronto!


rt outside
repeatedly,
r the city,
progress as
" became
tab at the
. Prioleau
rachutists
n or as
etherlands

r he went
the bomb-
lemolished

as able to
by way of
'here his


party chartered a bus to take them to
Barcelona, and they went on by train
to Lisbon, to embark on the Excalibur
with a passenger list that included the
Duke and Duchess of Windsor and most
of the American ambassadors from the
occupied countries.
When asked what the attitude of the
Hollanders was towards the conquerors
after the occupation, he asserted that
they simply failed to recognize the
Germans' existence "except to push
'them into canals on dark nights
occasionally".


hila








FEBRUARY 19, 1943 ARUBA ESSO NEWS


;ARU BA N F&W

PUBLISHED AT ARUBA, N.W.I., BY THE
LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.


The Margin We Give 'Em

R. W. Gallagher, president of the
Standard Oil Company, (N.J.), recently
Sput into words the big reason for Allied
air superiority, and the big urge behind
the CON project: .

S"Because of the added power of 100
Octane gasoline", he said, "our bombers
and fighting planes can match the speed
of the enemy and have the advantage of
protective armor. A bomber fueled
with 100 octane gasoline can carry
some 5,000 more pounds of bomb load .
than if fueled with 87 octane, yesterday's
superfuel. When a long-range offensive *.
can be mounted against Berlin or Tokio,
1,000 planes will be able to carry
Nearly 5,000,000 more pounds of
bombs per trip because of 100 octane
than if 87 octane were used. Planes
can operate from smaller fields. A
fighter can rise more quickly, and a
bomber can lift after a shorter run".

The Axis has plenty of 87 octane and a limited amount of
91 octane. Though they are reported to be trying to get into
Production on 100, they now have little if any of this super-
fuel. A look at the relative power of these three grades tells
the story of air superiority 91 octane delivers 15 percent
more power than does 87, and 100 octane delivers 36 per cent
more than 91. That is the margin that spells victory in the
air.


The next issue of the ARUBA ESSO NEWS will be distributed
Friday, March 12. All copy must reach the editor in the
Personnel building by Saturday noon, March 6.
Telephone 3379


E Ventaja Cu Nos Ta Duna Nan

R. W. Gallagher, president di Standard Oil Company,
(New Jersey), a splica cu e siguiente palabranan e gran mo-
tibo di e superioridad a6reo di forzanan Aliado, i e gran ne-
cesidad pa hiba a cabo e program yamA comunmente na In-
gles "Con Project", cu cual e producci6n di gasoline di avia-
ci6n lo por worde aumentA.
"Cu e forza mas grand cu gasoline di 100 "octane" tin",
e a bisa, "nos aeroplanonan di bombar-
deo i esunnan di combat por iguala e
S- velocidad di aeroplanonan enemigo i asi-
na keda cu e ventaja di nan armadura
di staal cu ta sirbi pa protege e avion i
su piloto contra balanan enemigo, cual
armaduro protective hopi aeroplano ene-
migo no tin. Algun afia pasA gasoline di
-87 "octane" tawata e miho gasoline di
aviaci6n conoci; awe'n dia un aeroplano
di bombarded cu usa gasoline di 100
"octane" por hiba cu n'e un carga di
bom algun 5,000 liber mas pisa cu si e
usa gasoline di 87 "octane". Ora cu un
bombardeo por worde hiba a cabo con-
tra Berlin of Tokio i aeroplane mester
recorre un distancia largo, si nan usa
gasoline di 100 "octane", nan lo por
transport 5,000,000 liber mas di born
cu si nan a usa gasoline di 87 "octane".

"Substitutes are OK, Mr. Jones, but
;Lv4- Zthis rubber pay check is carrying things
too far".


ARUBA ESSO NEWS


FEBRUARY 19, 1943










THE POCKETBOOK i

of KNOWLEDGE 4sn


Shown above are two Engineering department employees, Hugh
Bennett (left) and Forrest Hayes, with a model they made in their
spare time. Made entirely of wood in their backyard workshop, it
is a tiny copy, on a scale of one-quarter inch to the foot, of a new
refining unit that will soon be built here Enabling M. & C, process,
and technical men to see the plant in three dimensions, the value
of the model lies in the fact that they can shift the pieces at will
until the best layout in a limited space is devised. 1he new unit
will be the first to be completely designed and fabricated locally.
and will be constructed partly of salvage material and partly of
equipment not in use at present on other units.

Aki 'riba nos ta mira dos empleado di Departamento di Engineering
cu un modelo di un plant cu nan a traha durante nan tempo liber.
E model ta trahh completamente di palo i ta un muestra chiquito
di un plant nobo pa refine azeta cu pronto lo worde install aki
na Aruba.


"Stretchl" might make an appropriate title for
this picture, taken as a good many muscles got
an unaccustomed workout in the volleyball game
of the Officers-Civilians series. (A picture of
Jim Bluejacket playing volleyball was the photo-
grapher's assignment, but Big Jim was out of
the line-up).


Somewhere between the press-agent's and the Editor's desk, the
name of this fair Hollywood swimmer was mislaid, but as a famous
playwright once said, what's in a name anyway ?


ho





FEBRUARY 19. 1943


SERVICE AWARDS


10-Year


Buttons


10-Year Buttons


February,
30-Year


1943
Button


1.


4


S


Ray Imler (above) is to receive a
30-year service button February 23.
Mr. Imler, an Operator at the Pressure
Stills, first came to Aruba May 19,
1929. His service has been continuous
since February 24, 1913, when he
started work with the Company at
Whiting, Indiana.


Top row, left to right: William Thomas, Marine; Nicolas Vroolijk, Masons'( Insulators; Anto
Gongriep, Machinist & Foundry; Yoo Chan, Stewards; Cecil Hopmans, Laboratory.
Center row: Leoncita Solognier, Laundry; Jacobo Croes, Laboratory; Wilhelrus van Oyen,
Receiving & Shipping; Isaias Arends, Pressure Stills; Eusebio Hernandez, Pipe.
Bottom row: Johannes Cools, Receiving & Shipping; Leoncio Henriquez, Acid & Edeleanu;
Louis Hanson, Watching; Jose Tromp, Acid & Edeleanu.
(Others to receive ten-year buttons during February but are not pictured because of vacation
or sickness are Teofilo Geerman, Building & Maintenance, and Hung Chai, of the Medical
department.


"Hopi CON Pronto"


ARUBA ESSO NEWS


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31 Days To


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6 ARUBA ESSO NEWS FEBRUARY 19. 1943


Aruba Juniors Take TSD
With Two Wins in Three

Playing like veterans, the Aruba
Juniors softball team took the T.S.D.
Process ten, champions of the Burro
League, into camp with two out of
three wins in a series that ran from
January 24 to February 7.
In two games at Oranjestad and one
at the Colony's Lone Palm Stadium, the
Juniors, this year's Aruba Softball
League champions, played a fast and
tight brand of ball to take the series
from the more experienced team.
It took ten innings to decide the first
game, January 24, after the teams pass-
ed the seventh frame deadlocked at 3 all.
T.S.D. scored twice in the second on a
walk, a single, and an error, and once
in the third on errors to take the initial
lead. The Aruba Juniors bunched two
2 singles, a double, and a free pass to tie
Sthe score in the fifth. A triple play in
the seventh, Zambrano to Hernandez to
Franken, saved the day momentarily for


,I


The Aruba Juniors softball team: front row, left to right, Juan Fingal, Wa'ter Arends, Rafael
Zambrano (Personnel), Gregorio Franken (Instrument), and Francisco Romero. Back row, left
to right, Enrique Croes, Humberto Hernandez, Asisclo Zambrano (Acid Plant), Ety Fingal
(Engineering), Selin Fingal, and Mateo Reyes (Electrical).


the Aruba ten, but three singles and a
pair of errors in the tenth gave T.S.D.
the victory.
T.S.D. Process 0210000001 4 98
Aruba Juniors 0000300000 3136
The second game, January 31, also
went extra innings before it was decid-
ed. The technical men drew first blood


in the fourth when they scored four
runs on six hits and a walk. This look-
ed like the ball game until the Aruba
Juniors crossed the plate twice in the
sixth on an error and two doubles, and
tied the score in the seventh with two
more runs on only two hits and a host of
errors. The eighth was scoreless, but in


Shown below are two aspects, the formal and the gay, of
the celebration in San Nicolas at the birth of Princess Mar-
griet Francisca last month. In the morning program at left.
several hundred school children sing anthems before the ad-
dress by Lt. Governor Wagemaker, seen at left on the stand;
the second picture shows them filing out of the Lago Sport
Park after the ceremony.
At right is some of the afternoon's hilarity. The top
picture shows the Watching department's heavily-muscled
"female" football team, which stole the show with an exhibi-
tion of football as it has never been played before (see cut at
lower left). Popular with the kids was the water-bicycle
event at lower right. The little tot in the center picture didn't
know what it was all about but he had a good time, as did
many hundreds of others.
Aki bao nos ta mira dos aspect, esun formal i esun alegre,
di e celebraci6n cu a tuma lugA na San Nicolas luna pasa, cu
ocasi6n di e nacemento di Prinses Margarita Francisca. Ban-
da robez, cientonan di muchanan di school ta entona Wilhe!-


mus i otro canticanan bunita, acto cu a worde sigui pa un dis-
curso door di Gezaghebber Wagemaker, kende nos por mira
'riba e plataforma banda robez; e segundo portret ta mustra
nos e rijnan di muchanan saliendo fo'i e Parki despues cu e
aubade a terminal.
Banda drechi nos por mira un parti di e alegria cu a reina
atardi. E portret di mas ariba ta mustra nos e team di voet-
hal "femenino" formA door di watchmannan bisti di muh6,
kendenan a yena un parti masha sobresaliente di e program,
hungando un match di voetbal manera e no a worde hungA
nunca prome (mira e fotografia abao, banda robez). Entre
e muchanan, e wega di pasa reenchi montA 'riba bicicleta
(abao, banda drechi) tawata masha popular tambe. Nos ami-
go chiquito 'riba e portret di mei-mei no sabi kiko ta motiba
tur e sucesonan aki, pero e sabi si cu e a pas'e bon i a diverti
su mes junto cu hopi ciento mas di hende cu tawata present.


Who


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FEBRUARY 19, 1943 ARUBA ESSO NEWS /


With considerable help from the "small fry", D. I. Maxwell, at left, and Bob Baum present
one of the golf prizes to Al Leak, who carried away a $100 Defense Bond and a wrist watch
in the season's competitions.


the Aruba Juniors' half of the ninth
four runs on two hits and some more
errors spelled the ball game.
Aruba Juniors 000002204 8 93
T.S.D. Process 000400000 4109

In the final game the fireworks start-
ed in the Aruba Juniors half of the first
inning when the first two men up, Re-
yes and Franken, connected for a homer
and a triple. Franken scored on Zambra-
no's single giving the Juniors a two-run
lead. In the fourth, a pair of doubles by
Reyes and Fingal aided by an error gave
them another pair of runs.
In the T.S.D. half of the sixth Over-
street got on via the error route, advanc-
ed on an illegal pitch, stole third, and
scored on Fisk's single. Charlie Schwarz
crossed the plate in the seventh aided by
a pair of errors to end the scoring and
the game, 4 to 2 for the Juniors.


T.S.D. Process
Aruba Juniors


inning, i den e segundo inning extra nan
a bombardea T.S.D. cu cuatro carera
mas pa gana e wega.
Den e di tres match dia 7 di Februari,
e 6ltimo di e series, Aruba Juniors a sali
triunfante atrobe cu 4 carera pa 2.
Dos di e matchnan a worde hung na
Oranjestad i uno 'riba e terreno di Colo-
nia di Lago.


You don't have to be
A Mental Giant


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2 0 0 2 0 0 x
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Den un series di tres wega, cu a cu-
minza dia 24 di Januari i a caba dia 7
di February, e team di softball di Aruba
Juniors, hungando como veteranonan, a
derrota e equipo di Departamento di
Technical Service, ganando dos fo'i e
tres weganan hung.
E prome wega a worde gana door di
T. S. D. cu 4 pa 3. Na fin di e s6ptimo
inning e wega a sali tabla cu 3 pa 3, i
tres inning mas mester a worde hungA
prome cu e wega a worde dicidi.
E segundo encuentro di e dos team-
nan aki igualmente fuerte a tuma luga e
siguiente siman, i e wega sali empata
atrobe na fin di e septimo inning, e bia-
ha aki 4-4. Na principio e wega tawa-
ta 4-0 na favor di T.S.D., pero despues
Aruba Juniors a reanima, salvando e
wega cu 4 carera prome cu e s6ptimo


to get an idea for the Special Awards
Plan. A thousand and one operations
are performed every day on the CON
project. One or a dozen or a hundred
of them could be done easier and
quicker-and the man who keeps his
eyes open on the job will find them
and rate an award.


January 31
R.C.B.
Oranje
February 7
R.C.B.
Unidos


1942 Golf Reviewed With
Presentation of Trophies

The Aruba Golf Club wound up its
1942 season January 31, killing three
birds with one ball by having barbecue,
officer election, and prize-awarding more
or less simultaneously, with a mixed
Canadian foursome to boot.
After the barbecue stage-managed by
Commissioner Yates and executed by
John Sherman, Frank Ciccarelli, and
r Harry Bensinger, the year's tournament
prizes were awarded by D. I. Maxwell,
who resembled a mailman in that many
of them were in the form of "letters of
credit" for trophies awaiting shipment
at Bayonne.
Those receiving awards were:
Women's Club Championship, winner
Mrs. Robert Baggaley, runner-up Mrs.
Joe Richardson; "B" flight, Mrs. Ed
Miller, runner-up Mrs. Frank Burson.
Ringer Tournament, winner Mrs. Carl
Walker. Team Play, winners Carl Wal-
ker, Bill Rae, Gilbert Uhr, Milt Hatfield,
Warren Stiehl; runners-up Coy Cross,
John Preston, Ed McCoart, Bob Mundin-
ger, Ken Repath, Louis Crippen.
American La France, (U.S. bonds) win-
ner Al Leak, runner-up Ed McCoart; low
net Hugh Orr, runner-up Will Myers.
Mixed Foursome, Mrs. John Lykins -
Coy Cross; runners-up Mrs. Spencer
Myers George Soffar. President's
Cup, "A" Dave Barnes, "B" -
George Soffar, "C" Tony Federle;
runners-up, Bob Baum, A. T. Jensen,
Bill Ewart. Aruba Open, winner Eddie
McCoart, runner-up Harmon Poole;
handicap winner, Charlie Mierz, runner-
up Bob Baggaley. Viana Handicap, win-
ner Al Leak, runner-up Tommy Sander-
son. Men's Canadian Foursome, Linus
Harth John Shufelt; runners-up,
John Aulow Ed Jefferson. Club
Championship, "A" Si Yates, "B" -
Frank Mugford, "C" Joe Richardson;
runners-up, John Preston, Ed Jefferson,
John Shufelt; medalist, Si Yates, low
net, John Shufelt. Women's Flag Tourna-
ment, Mrs. Ed McCoart. Mixed Canadian
Foursome, winners Mrs. R.C. Carrell -
D. I. Maxwell; runners-up Mrs. J.S. Har-
rison Linus Harth. (Because of a tie,
the last event was decided on the spot
with poker dice, a pair of queens beat-
ing a "pachouka".)

Cricket


1 January 24


Burgess' team
Violenus' team








8 ARUBA ESSO NEWS FEBRUARY 19, 1943


From Page 1


ing at this picture. It shows Hermanus


Huising of the L. O. F. department
inspecting two of the dozens of bunches
of concord grapes now ripening on a
vine he has cultivated.
The single vine, which is less than a
year old, covers a trellis the area of an
ordinary room. Started from a cutting
Mr. Huising secured from a friend in
Oranjestad, it grows out of one corner
of an ordinary flower bed that also
supports half a dozen rose bushes. The
secret, according to Mr. Huising: un-
limited amounts of fertilizer.

With "CON"-struction material flow-
ing in on a scale never before equalled
in the refinery's history, Warehouse


and Labor forces are pr
service every square foot


HERE AND THERE


A recent picture
of Fire Marshall
Leroy Hu g hes'
daughter Forres-
tine, who not so
long ago received a
cup as the all-
around girl in her
class at Lago's High
School, shows her
as a budding young
lady. She is now a
secretarial student
at Graceland Col-
lege, Lamoni, Iowa,
was chosen for the
tion.


where she recently
dramatic organiza-


Even so small an article as the lead
pencil is sacrificing something to help
the war effort. The brass ferrule that
formerly held the eraser has been re-
placed by paper or plastic, and the War
Production Board says this substitution
saves enough brass every year to make
126,000 machine-gun cartridges of .30
caliber. Erasers contain less rubber than
formerly, and the finish imparted to the
cedar wood is not so glossy owing to
essing into restrictions in the use of lacquers.


Na Vendedornan di Auto

Pa medio di prensa piblico, habitan-
tenan di territorio di CuraCao a worde
cordA recientemente cu ta illegal pa ben-
de of cambia di un of otro manera e
propiedad di tirenan di bicicleta, motor-
cicleta of autonan, sin saca un permiso.
Esaki no ta inclui solamente tirenan
cu no ta siendo usA actualmente, sino
tambe esnan cu ta monta caba 'riba un
auto of cualquier otro vehiculo. Pa nan
propio protecci6n, nos "NEWS" ta corda
su lesadornan cu segun ley di Gobierno
ta obligatorio pa un hende saca un per-
miso especial (na Aruba cerca Gezag-
hebber) pome cu e bende un bicicleta,
torcicleta of auto.


storage space, and many spaces that
never saw stored material before.
Gardens of girders, pipes, and huge
drums are blossoming in clear spaces
near bachelor quarters and bungalows.
And as an emergency measure an 80,000
barrel tank was recently pressed into
service for temporary storage of several
hundred drums of material that must
be protected from the weather. Employ-
ees are shown above rolling the last of
these drums from the trailer into the
tank, where a bottom plate has been
removed for an entrance.


"C. Y.1." Awards FIs. 75

Seven awards in the "Coin Your
Ideas" plan were made January 21 by
Assistant General Manager F.S. Camp-
bell.
Those who received cash for workable
suggestions having to do with general
Plant practice were: Juan Oduber, Fls.
10, Install walkway over pipelines south
of bridge near No. 2 Evaporating Plant;
Robert Martin, Fls. 10, Install sign
boards with names of various High
Pressure shops; Rudolf Polak, Fls. 10,
Alterations in old Bakery building; Ho-
race Willison, Fls. 10, Insulate steam
line by time clock at No. 1 Laboratory;
Edney Huckleman, Suggested sign re-
garding Clinic hours; Frans Maduro,
Fls. 10, Install fire extinguisher in
welding shed at Colony Service shops;
John Keller, Fls. 15, Install covers for
the pitch, tar, and recycle sample dippers
at Pitch Stills.


Residents of the CuraCao territory
were reminded recently in the public
press that it is illegal to sell or in any
way change ownership of bicycle, motor-
cycle, or automobile tires without a
permit.
This includes not only unmounted
tires, but also those which may be
mounted on a car or other vehicle. For
their own protection readers of the
NEWS are reminded that the Govern-
ment makes it mandatory to secure a
special permit (in Aruba from the Lt.
Governor) before selling a bicycle, mo-
torcycle, or automobile.


FIRST AWARD R. M. Yates of the
Gas Plant received the first award to
be granted under the Special Awards
Plan February 13, Fls. 100 for a sug-
gestion on the reconstruction of the
Low Octane Stabilizer & Splitter.
Details will be in the next issue of the
NEWS.


Note: The last issue of the NEWS
stated that the Aruba Juniors won the
championship of the Aruba Softball
League last year. Caribe also claims it,
however, and the question was not settl-
ed to the satisfaction of all parties.



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Seguridad Ta Lo Miho


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