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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: October 8, 1943
Frequency: biweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Petroleum industry and trade -- Periodicals -- Aruba   ( lcsh )
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Language: Text in English and papiamento.
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- 1940-
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Source Institution: Biblioteca Nacional Aruba
Holding Location: Biblioteca Nacional Aruba
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PUBLISHED BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.


U.S.O. Book Is Register of
Here, There, & Everywhere

If Adolf Hitler really signed his name
in Aruba it would probably be his last
act. His name has been signed here,
several times in fact, but only by joking
sailors in the U.S.O. guest book. Most
men, however, "sign their right names".
Arub. has long had a reputation of
being one of the most cosmopolitan
places on earth, and keeping well up
with that reputation is the U.S.O., which
in its book can show signatures of men
from England, Wales, Scotland, Poland,
Hawaii, Canada, British East Africa, and
Brooklyn, to name a few. The least
modest and self-effacing of the lot was
the man from Brooklyn, as the cut
shows (see page 2).
The register started out very sedately,
with a man's complete name, address,
and military outfit all on one line, and
every line on a page used. Eventually it
loosened up, though, until now there are
frequently only two or three names to a
page, and sometimes only one, surround-
ed by various forms of decorations to
make it stand out. And occasionally, to
add to the general confusion, some sailor
gets over-enthusiastic and scrawls "keep
Old Glory waving" over a whole pageful
of names.
Just about every State in the United
States can be found in the book, and
there seems to be some argument over
which is the best, because at least five
different ones have "God's Country"
written after them. One man, on the
other hand, claims "Any place I hang
my hat" as his point of origin, while
another footloose individual simply says
"At large".
One signer took the opportunity to
record, after his name, his engagement
to Miss Rita Shea, with the notation
"after the war". A man on the "Esso
Bolivar", however, who is still on the
loose so far as the heart is concerned,
wants to trade good addresses. There is
frequent poetry about buying more war
bonds, and a man who had shipped on
the U.S.S. "Augusta" writes: "In re-
membrance of my shipmates, in all the
battles, we are all friends, and will pull
Continued on Page 2


Twenty-Six Holders of Tickets
in Safety Sweepstakes Win
Prizes in Bond Fortuna

Twenty-six lucky employees, out of
the 285 who received free lottery ticket
in the Safety Sweepstakes last month,
held tickets that won prizes of Fls. 25
for them in the Bond Fortuna drawing
September 23.
Those who shared equally in the prize
money of FIs. 650 were:


Arie Gravendijk
Otto de Vries
Walter Hetzel
Rudolf Polak
Otway O'Brien
Hemradj Sewdat
J. J. Abadie
Reuben Benn
Alfredo Dowers
Johan Eendragt
Wilfred Lard
Estevan Croes
Hilkiah Eustace
Vicente Krczendijk
Alexander Kersout
Leonard Alexander
Jose Bareno
Frank Daal
William Dain


Accounting
Accounting
Bldg. & Maint.
Commissaries
Commissaries
Commissaries
Colony Adm.
Dining Hall
Dining Hall
Electrical
Electrical
Foundry
Lago Police
Laundry
L. O. F.
Machinist
Machinist
Machinist
Marine Whys.


Manuel de NascimentoMech. Adm.
Percy Simmons Pipe
Bernardo Thiel Pipe
Florencio Koolman Pipe
George Fernandes P.S. Oper.
John Godett Drydock
Jan Dirksen Storehouse
See page 2 for payroll numbers of
ticket-winners in the second drawing,
for September.

Binti-Seis Poseedor di Bijetchinan
Di Loteria di Safety Sweepstakes
Ta Gana Premionan den Bond Fortuna
Binti-seis empleado afortunn fo'i di
285, kendenan luna pasi a ricibi bijetchi-
nan di loteria gratis den e Safety
Sweepstakes, tawata den posesion di bi-
jetchinan cu a gana premionan di
Fls. 25 individual den e sorteo di Bond
Fortuna dia 23 di September.
Den e column aki 'riba nos ta mira
e nombernan i departamentonan di es-
nan cu a gana.


OCTOBER dS 1943


"Lago Thrift Foundation"
Ta Distribui FIs. 185.000
Na Participantenan

Un noticia important pa participan-
tenan den "Lago Thrift Foundation"
(mas o menos 96 por ciento di tur em-
pleadonan, kendentkn tin dereeho pa par-
ticipa) a worde dund cu publicamento
di e siguiente anuncio di e siman aki.
E Hunta di Administracion di 'Lago
Continued den Pagina 8


All Company's Venezuelan
Operations Now Under
Creole Petroleum Corp.

In order to consolidate the opera-
tions, staffs, and books of three affiliat-
ed companies operating in Venezuela, the
producing, refining, and marketing units
in that country were combined in the
Creole Petroleum Corporation effective
August 20, centering all operations
under a single control, with headquarters
in Caracas. The consolidation will have
no effect on the Lago Oil & Transport
Company, Ltd.
By an exchange of stock, Creole,
which had previously owned the
Standard Oil Company of Venezuela,
purchased the Venezuelan interests ot
the Lago Petroleum Corporation, also
assuming control of the marketing or-
ganization, Cia. de Petroleo Lago. The
latter (a Venezuelan company) still
exists, but only as owner of the several
Venezuelan-flag tankers.
The reorganization makes the Creole
Petroleum Corporation, previously 70
per cent owned by the Standard Oil
Company (N.J.), now a S5 per cent S.O.
(N.J.) subsidiary. C. H. Lieb is Presi-
dent of the company, A. T. Proudfit,
with offices in Caracas, is Vics-Presi-
dent and General Manager, and J. A.
Clark is Assistant General Manager.
The new setup, in addition to the
benefits derived from unified operations.
will simplify relations with the Venezue-
lan government under the country's new
petroleum law.


AVUBA


VOL. 4, No. 14


Esso Na ws
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2 ARUBA ESSO NEWS OCTOBER 8, 1943


U. S. O. REGISTER

From page 1

through 'after all".
One statement can
be found in the book
that strikes deeply into
the consciousness. The
man may not have
known it when he wrote
it, but he was surely
speaking for all the
men in all the armies
and navies of the war-
ring world when, after
his name, he broke
down and wrote: "I
wish I were home".


Here and There

THE MILITARY LIFE-
Bob Vint, U.S.O. manager who re-
cently moved from the Bachelor Quarters
to the military camp at Sabaneta, reports
an experience that convinced him the
military life had its advantages over
Bachelor Quarters life.
In his first week with the Army,
he got up one morning to find that dur-
ing the night wandering hens had laid
two eggs in a piece of luggage he had
left open.
He is all for this bit of military
courtesy, and hopes the hens will make
it a habit or at least once more, since
on his way to the U.S.O. to have the
eggs prepared for his breakfast, they
rolled off the car seat and all he had was
a mess on the floor.

EXERCISE?-
And then there is the story of the


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engineer who laboriously climbed the 15
or 20 stories to the top of the "cat plant".
and discovered after he reached the top
that the elevator was in good working
order.


P. J. Ryan, who left the Receiving
& Shipping department in 1940, sends
a ocpy of "The Pipeliner", a publication
of the Portland Pipe Line Company,
where he now works. He gives his pre-
sent address as 10 Willard Haven Park,
South Portland, Maine.




SCHEDULE OF PAYDAYS

Semi-Monthly Payroll
September 16 30 Friday, Oct. 8

Monthly Payroll
September 1 30 Saturday, Oct. 9


Lone Palm Stadium saw something besides baseball last week when the
American forces used it for a military ceremony, the presentation of ribbons
for good conduct during the past year to members of the artillery units. The
American Legion Drum and Bugle Corps, seen in the foreground, furnished music.


Lucky Numbers Drawn for
Sept. Safety Sweepstakes

As the NEWS goes to press, the
drawing has been made for the winners
of lottery tickets in the Safety Sweep-
stakes for September. The 252 payroll
numbers of those winning half-tickets:


9883 418
9420 2203
4833 2226
4911 5249
5897 4042
1527 5285
989 9939
1103 9295
1284 8018
1479 3248
260 6273
274 5606
1037 3252
1736 9020
3943 7875
180 1178
4555 9141
5709 7374
5713 2929
271 1521
795 7559
2026 5513
1631 5508
3219 7890
3018 5765
875 5764
1840 5761
7983 5912
2884 7539
8168 1541
7249 1411
4628 7565
3593 7697
3646 534
8055 2617
2575 2606
7484 1830
2558 1818
569 98
8088 2542
6087 221
8247 223
365 3020
9366 135
8252 7233
9503 4983
7993 2302
3691 7116
538 2134
5192 2125
9309 9802
5218 2718
5217 2292
9585 2714
2389 2691
1679 3009
858 3813
4877 3799
1996 2609
5640 572
9551 3474
3773 B. Teagle
2201 J.S. Harrison


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-OCTOBER 8 1943 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 3 1


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

THE IDEA BEHIND IT

Thanks to the Safety Sweepstakes, 26 men in the
plant are richer by Fis. 25. They are among the 285
employees who received half-tickets in the Bond
Fortuna because their departments showed improv-
.ed safety records, and they are the fortunate 26
whose tickets won prizes.
But every man in their respective departments,
who contributed toward their receiving a prize by
working an accident-free month, is also richer no+
in cash, but in the freedom from pain, worry, or loss
of time and money that accompany accidents.
It's easy to enjoy a cash prize, for the things it
will buy. But sometimes a reminder is needed of the
fact that an even greater blessing is WORKING
SAFELY.
And that, after all, is the idea behind the Safety
Sweepstakes.

And don't forget Safety-Off-The-Job, either!


One man who may be found anywhere from the top of
the highest tower to a ship's tank below sea level is Rae
Brown, who, with his alternate Mark Taylor, handles the
gas-testing work in the Safety department. The former
is shown at work on top of the iso-butane tower of the
new Alkylation PIjant, 135 feet above ground. With a
small suction bulb he draws air samples from the tower
into the instrument, which automatically registers
whether the air is gas-free and thus safe for welding or
other "hot work".


The next issue of the ARUBA ESSO NEWS will be distributed
SFriday, October 29. All copy must reach the editor in the
Personnel building by Saturday noon, October 23.
Telephone 3179



KIKO E TA DUNA

Deoido na e Safety Sweepstakes, 26 emp!eado
den plant a bira FIs. 25 mas rico. Nan ta bao di
e 285 empleadonan, kendenan a ricibi mitar-bijetchi-
nan den Bond Fortuna, pa motibo cu nan departa-
mentonan a mustra progresonan hac den recordnan
di sequridad, i nan ta e 26 afortunadonan cu a gana
premio.
Pero cada empleado den nan departamentonan
respective, cu a yuda pa gana e premionan ey. door
di traha un luna sin desgracia, tambe a bira mas rico
- no cu placa, pero den ta liber di dolor, preocu-
pacion, of perdida di tempo i ganamento cu ta
acompaia accidentenan.
Ta facil pa qoza di un premio na placa. pa e cos-
nan cu e por cumpra. Pero de bez en cuando master
tene na bista e echo cu TRAHAMENTO CU SEGU-
RIDAD to un bendicion mas grand ainda.
Por ultimo, esey ta e idea tras di Safety Sweep-
stakes.

I no lubida Seguridad-Fo'i Trabao, tampoco!

FIs. 185,000 Distributed by
Thrift Foundation as Share
Of Earnings and Forfeitures
News of importance to participants in the Lago Thrift
Foundation (totalling approximately 96.2 per cent of all
guilder-paid employees who are eligible) was released this
week when it was announced that Fls. 185,000 is to be
distributed among them. This sum includes earnings of
the Foundation, and the Company contributions forfeited
by participants leaving the employ of the Company before
becoming entitled to them, during the year ending Sep-
tember 30, 1943.
To each participant's thrift 'account will be added one
and three-quarters (1%) per cent of his credit balance,
as his share in the earnings of the Foundation. In addi-
tion, as his share of the forfeitures, each participant's
thrift account will be increased by ten per cent of the
total of his own and the Company's regular contributions
from October 1, 1942 to September 30, 1943.
Statements of individual accounts for the year ending
September 30, 1943, including the additional credits, will
be sent to participants within a short time.
The announcement was made by the Lago Thrift
Foundation's Board of Administration, which includes
L. G. Smith, Chairman, Lt. Governor I. Wagemaker, F. S.
Campbell, B. T. Henriquez, and T. C. Brown, with B.
Teagle as Secretary. (B. T. Henriquez, who is Employees'
Representative on the Board, is soon to leave the employ
of the Company, and an election to fill this position will
be held in the near future.


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NEWS .

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VIEWS





W a r s come and go, but
children, as some sage could
have remarked, go on for-
ever. These three- and four-
year-olds, listening with var-
ious degrees of attention to
the story of the three little
kittens that lost their mit-
tens, are beginners in the
kindergarten conducted by
Mrs. Bertram Schoonmaker
and Mrs. Robert Ballard. .




A study In contrasts the makings of gasoline power in THE POCKETBOOK
the background, and windpower, which it will never e CEee
entirely supplant, in the foreground. The sailboat belongs &r KNOW LEDGE EPr
to Marehant Davidson of the Instrument department, the KNOW LEDCE a s
stuff in the background "belongs" to the warring forces
of the United Nations. Incidentally the boat is not named
the "SEAB"' or the "Sea B", but is officially the "Sea / A
Breeze" it seems that the jig-saw broke after the first ., e .. cey-soIL
four letters were cut out, and the "reeze" has had to .VOL" i 'NI
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OCTOBER 8, 1943 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 5


PERSONALITIES


" it:ea


Angel Gonsalez, a familiar figure in the
Labor department for over 13 years, lefl
last month to see how life is in his home-
land, the island of Margarita, Venezuela.

Angel Gonsalez, kende ta un tipo mashi
conoci den Departamento di Labor, a sa-
li luna pasa pa su pais natal, e isla di
Margarita, Venezuela, na unda e lo si-
gui biba atrobe, despues di un estadia na
Aruba cu a dura mas di 13 asa.


Ships are the arteries that carry the Allies' lifeblood of men and materials
over all the world, and are one of the great factors in keeping Aruba's war
work at top speed. Pictured above and below are two aspects of sea-going life,
in sketches done by H. J. Saunders of the Company's Bayonne Marine depart-
ment. At top, the radio operator is the eyes and ears of a tanker; at bottom,
the fireman sees that steam is kept up in those all-important boilers.


Elizabeth McCubbins, who nursed at
Lago's Hospital from 1932 to 1938, has
been a Lieutenant in the Army Nursing
Corps for the last year, stationed at
Camp Claiborne, Louisiana. In a recent
letter she mentions meeting, at a movie
there, Captain Jerome Krastel, former
Colony Service department head.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS OCTOBER 8, 1943


Lago Employees Take Part in
Curaao Boy Scout Encampment

Many Lagoites were among the 90
Boy Scouts and their leaders who held
an "A.B.C. (Aruba-Bonaire-Curacao)
Kamp" in Curagao last month.
The Scouts from Aruba left here Au-
gust 26 and returned September 4,
travelling by K.L.M. while their equip-
ment went by ship.
The first prize in camping (a special
flag) went to the St. Paulus group of
San Nicolas, most of the members of
which are Lago boys. A sports feature


Some of the Lagoites who went to the
Boy Scout Camp at Curacao last month
were (back row) Ciro Pieters, Norbert
Peterson, William Houtman, Sam Sim-
mons, and Ricardo Geerman, and
(in front) Boy Bitveldt.
Algun di e empleadonan di Lago, kende
a tuma part den Campamento di Pad-
vindernan na Curacao luna pasa, tawa-
ta filaa di atras) Ciro Pieters, Norbert
Peterson, William Houtman, Sam Sim-
mons, i Ricardo Geerman, I (na frente)
Boy Ritveldt.

of the week was a football game be-
tween a Curacao team and one made up
of Oranjestad and San Nicolas players.
The Aruba team won, 4 1.
Among the Lago Scouts who made the
trip, in addition to those shown in the
picture, are Anibal Hoyer, Tommy Tho-
de, Heraclo Henriquez, Albert Brown,
Emilio Kock, Francisco Oduber, Remigio
Franken, James Wever, and Efi Tromp.


Certificates Given Three Empleadonan Di Lago Ta Tuma
Groups in Red Cross Work Parti Den Campamento Di
Padvindernan Na Curaqao
Three groups of employees or wives of
employees finished the Red Cross Bao di e 90 Padvindernan i nan hefe-
Standard First Aid Course recently, and nan, kende a tene un "A.B.C. Kamp
cards certifying their successful comple- (Aruba-Bonaire-Curagao)" na Curagao
tion of it were presented to them by luna pasA, campando na "Brakkeput
General Manager L. G. Smith September Ariba", nos por a conta hopi empleado-
20, 21, and 22. At the same time, they nan di Lago.
received from him the following letter: E Padvindernan di Aruba a aali di
The Mad tt yu to 'aki dia 26 di Augustus i a bolbe dia 4
The Management is pleased that you took di September, biahando cu K.L.M., mien-
advantage of the American National Red Cros di September, biahando cu KLM, mien-
First Aid Training which better prepares you to tras cu nan equipaje a bai cu barco.
aid and relieve those who meet some of the E prom6 premio den campamento (un
more unfortunate circumstances. That is oi bandera especial) a worde ganA door di
special importance in war time for any corn- e grupo di St. Paulus di San Nicolas, di
munity situated as we are here. cual mayoria di e miembronan ta mu-
Looking beyond these troubled days. which we chanan di Lago. E deported mas notabel
hope are definitely numbered, you have acquired di e siman ey tawata un partida di fut-
for yourself a bit of knowledge that may weil
bol entire un team di Curacao i un team,
prove to be priceless as it has with counties, bol entire un team di Curaao i un team,
others when faced with some stern reality. All consistiendo di hungadornan di Oranje-
knowledge is power and the knowledge of hov stad i San Nicolas combine. E team di
best to render assistance to the injured or sick Aruba a sali victorioso, ganando 4 1.
is unique in that it affords the opportunity of Entre e Padvindernan di Lago cu a
helping to smooth out the way for omneonf in haci e biaha, ademas di esnan cu a sali
distress, ariba fotografia na pagina seis, tin Ani-
You have unselfishly given you= time and bal Hoyer, Tommy Thode, Heraclo Hen-
effort for classes and practice. I especially
appreciate your interest and activity in- thi riquez, Albert Brown, Emilio ock,
matter as it may be of benefit and assistance to Francisco Oduber, Remigio Franken, Ja-
someone ii, our community. mes Wever, Efi Tromp.


One of the groups to receive certificates for completion of Red Cross first aid
study last month is shown above. Left to right they are Elsa Mackintosh, Judy
deFreitas, Celeste deBresse, Adeline deVries, Lucy Gooding, Marion Tulloch,
Orgine deVries, Lucy Amoroso, and Winnie Rohee.


Starting work several months ago
with Rae Brown of the Safety depart-
ment, authorized Red Cross first aid
instructor, those finishing the course
had 20 hours of instruction. Six groups
have completed the Red Cross standard
course this year, with a total enrollment
of 62, including the following in addition
to those shown in the picture: S. Chap-
man, W. Curtiss, L. Dawson, D. Fry-
back, C. Greene, A. Macnutt, L. Mawby,
H. Miller, R. Milne, C. Monroe, J. Op-
dyke, G. Owen, F. Roebuck, B. Schoon-
maker, A. Bunyan, F. Gomes, M. van der
Jagt, E. Lowe, A. Peterson, S. Rajroop,
F. Sarran, H. Sharma, M. Fisk, 0. Good-


win, R. Grossman, J. MacDonald, C.
Overstrect, W. Romanow, C. Schwarz,
M. Taylor, M. Tuhy, G. Viele, J. Wervers,
Gwen Gomes, Una Amoroso, J. Cools, J.
Damkier, H. Jackson, T. Johnson, B.
Lyle, E. O'Brien, A. Pfeffer, E. Wade,
Naomi Brown, Barbara Maas, Adelia
Owen, Thelma Schoonmaker, Nancy
Denton, Mrs. E. Inkster, A. Rarick, J.
Denton, J. Knoll, and A. Nisita.


Each one of the four motors of a
Flying Fortress can develop as much
power as a giant locomotive.


ARUBA ESSO NEWS


OCTOBER 8. 1943







OCTOBER 8, 1943


Sponsors


Popular Quizzes for Soldiers


BOWLING LEAGUE
STANDINGS

(Week Ending October 4)

WESTERN LEAGUE


TEAM

Accountants
Personnel
Mariners
Process Testers
Payroll
Army Officers
B-Listers
Colony Service
Chemists
Light Oils Oper.


WON LOST Pet.


EASTERN LEAGUE


This fire extinguisher was unique ...


TEAM


WON LOST Pet.


SCORES

Football

September 10
Jong Holland
San Nic. Police

September 11
M. & C.
Warehouse

September 19
Unidos
San Nicolas Juniors

September 24
Battery
San Nicolaas Police

September 24
Vulcania
Lago Heights

September 30
La Fama
Battery


October 2
M. & C.
Military Police


Cricket


September 12
Sport Park
Labor Camp


September 16
Labor Camp Dining Hall
Labor Camp Police


September 19
Storehouse
Labor Camp


As an important part of the Lago
Community Council's program of enter-
tainment for service men, a series of quiz
programs has been staged at Sabaneta,
sponsored jointly by the Council and the
Special Service unit under Lt. Byrd. The
third show, a "non-quiz" moment of
1 which is pictured above, was held Sep-
tember 17.
Don Blair of the Engineering depart-
2 ment as Master of Ceremonies, and the
0 prize money, amounting to over Fis. 250
to date, have been the Colony's contri-
butions to the programs, which for
1 popularity with the soldiers rank well up
1 with the best U.S.O. shows.
Most of the evening is devoted to 3.
6, and 12-guilder questions, with the
3 program occasionally lapsing into the
0 sort of "Hellzapoppin" theme that is
.hown above. The two fire chiefs, order-
ed to inspect the fire extinguisher, have
2 just extracted from it badminton shuttle-
0 cocks, women's clothing, 50 yards of
tape, and finally a live rabbit.

0 October 3
0 Lago Sport Park 223
Labor Camp Dining Hall 59

2 Two stars shone brightly for the
0 winners in this game, with Perrotte and
Sharpe accounting for 70 runs apiece,
or a total of 140 out of the Lago Sport
Park team's 223 runs. King, with 23 not
out, was the top scorer for the Dining
.35 Hall. The Sport Park team is reported
27 to be casting around for some tougher
competition, and the results should be
interesting.
101
77
It is estimated that water leaking
from a faucet in a stream the
79 size of a pin wastes nearly 150 gallons
69 a day!


Accounting
Process Control
Struct. Drafters
Light Oils Office
Pressure Stills
Instrument 1
Laboratory
Bookkeepers
Acid Plant
Mien's Forum


SOUTHERN LEAGUE


TEAM

Electrical
Estimators
M. & C. Office
Wood Pickers
Coordinators
Pipefitters
Garage
Boilermakers
Carpenters
Medical


WON LOST Pct.


6 0
4 2
3 3
3 3
3 3
3 3
2 4
2 4
2 4
2 4


Roundabout -

Harry Gordon, Warehouseman who
returned from the States last week,
reports a travel coincidence that brings
up that "small world" saying again.
Going through Maracaibo, he visited
with George Dickover, former Training
Supervisor here, who is now with Creole.
Harry then travelled several thousand
miles in a big circle through Central
America to his home in Texas, then
on to Miami on the return trip. In Miami
he again bumped into Dickover, who was
going north to study as a J.I.T. J.R.T.
trainer.


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THE REFINERY'S /
CHANGING FACE ....


Two pictures, taken from
the same spot but five years
apart in time, show vividly
the plant's rapidly changing
skyline. Both pictures give
views over the Dining Hall I
bunkhouses toward the stills,
but the small one was taken
in 1938, the large one last
week. Problem: to find the
Pressure Stills that loomed
up so large in '38.


:E dos fotografianan aki, tuma di e mes lugar pero cu un diferencia di cinco ania
den tempo, ta mustra nos claramente e cambio rApido den apariencia di e Planta.
Tur dos e fotografianan ta duna bistanan di e dormitorionan di Dining Hall hacia
e stillsnan, pero esun chiquito a worde tumA na 1938, esun grand siman pasA.
Ta dificil pa haya e Pressure Stills cu a reluci asina grand na 1938.


THRIFT


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Thrift Foundation" tin e placer di anun-
cia, cu e ganancia di e "Foundation" i o
contribucionnan di Compania cu a wor-
de hac/ na cuenta di empleadonan, ken-
denan a kita fo'i empleo prom6 cu tin
derecho ariba e plada ey, i cu a word
acumuld durante e afia fiscal cu a ter-
mina dia 30 di September 1943, lo wor-
de distribui entire participantenan, Ken-
denan ta aparece como tal den e regis-
tronan cu e fecha ey. E distribution aki,
di mas o menos Fls. 185,000 lo worde
cargA na cuenta di cada empleado 'riba
e siguiente base:
Prome Parti (Ganancia) Un L tres-
cuarto por ciento (1 %) di e saldo fa-
vorable di cada participate lo worde
cargA na su cuenta como su parti den e
ganancia di e "Foundation".
Segundo Parti (Contribucionnan di


SAEMNOE FRWROE


NEW ARRIVALS


A daughter, Nicolina, to Mr. and Mrs.
Eugenio Dirks, Sept. 10.
A son, Mickey Noel, to Mr. and Mrs.
Ram Harry Paul Sept. 12.
A daughter, Patricia Mary, to Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Ciccarelli, Sept. 13.
A son, David Sutherland, to Mr. and
Mrs. David Garden, Sept. 14.
A son, Harold Lloyd, to Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Hassell, Sept. 14.
A son, John Otmar, to Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Harewood, Sept. 14.
A son, Victor Jose, to Mr. and Mrs.
Joc.3f Croes, Sept. 14.
A son, Hubert Matthias, to Mr. and
Mrs. Vincent Thom, Sept. 17.
A son, Antonio Orlando Elpidio, to
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Benjamin, Sept. 18.
A daughter, Bibi Farida Khatoon, to
Mr. and Mrs. Abdul Rahim, Sept. 20.
A daughter, Maureen Ann, to Mr. and
Mrs. Stephen deAbreu, Sept. 20.
A son, Johannes, to Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Rafini, Sept. 20.
A daughter, Olivia Mercedes, to Mr.
and Mrs. Antonio Bryson, Sept. 22.
A daughter, Mercedes Eleonors, to Mr.
and Mrs. Jacinto Yarzagaray, Sept. 2-.
A son, Pieter Galenus, to Mr. and Mrs.
Pieter Teekens, Sept. 25.
A daughter. Shella Sandra, to Mr. and
Mrs. Stephen Blaize, Sept. 25.
Twins, Rudolfo and Cosma, to Mr. and
Mrs. Josef Curiel, Sept. 27.
Twin girls, to Mr. and Mrs. Andres
Rodriguez, Sept. 27.
.A son, to Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Lie
Hap Po, Sept. 28.


Compania haci na cuentanan di emplea-
donan, kendenan a kita fo'i empleo pro-
me cu tin derecho 'riba tal contribucion-
nan) Diez por ciento (10% ) di e total di
su propio contribucionnan i contribucion-
nan di Compania haci fo'i October 1.
1942, t'e September 30, 1943, lo worde
carg6 na su cuenta como su parti den
e contribucionnan mencionA aki 'riba
entire parentesis.
E sr.uanan mencionA aki 'riba lo wor-
de carga na bo fabor i lo aparece den e
estado di cuenta individualments over
di e aina, cu a caba dia 30 di September
1943, cual estado di cuenta lo bo ricibi
pronto.
Tam.be (nuncid tawata e hecho cu B.
T. Henriquez, kende ta Representante di
Empleadonan pa e Hunta di Administra-
cion, pronto lo kita fo'i empleo di Com-
pania i cu i, election lo word teni den
cercano future pa relemplac'.


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