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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 11, 1944
Frequency: biweekly
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Language: Text in English and papiamento.
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- 1940-
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VOL. 5, No. 2 PUBLISHED BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.


Employees' Advisory Committee
Final Election Results
January 25-26-27


Den e Votamento Final cu a tuma lu-
ga dia 25, 26, 27 di Januari, 1944 e si-
.guiente empleadonan ta worde declare
como miembronan eligi i lo represent
nan respective gruponan den e comit6
nobo.

,Carlos Hernandez, Luciano Wever, N.
Kock Labor
C. Abraham, B. E. Croes Pipe
R. Robles Carpenter
P. P. Wilson Dining Halls
E. van der Linde Blacksmiths, Boil-
ermakers, Tinsmiths
E. Larmonie Masons & Insul., and
Paint
R. B. Jailal Electrical
T. Ras Foundry, Machine Shop, M.
& C. Administration
B. K. Chand Storehouse, Salvage
Yard
0. Lanyi Building & Maintenance,
Garage
J. Francisco Commissaries & Cold
Storage, Laundry
P. S. Douglas Utilities
A. Wilson, B. Ras, J. I. Da Costa -
Pressure Stills, GasiPoly Plants.
Hydro/Alky Plants
J. A. Sharpe, J. L. De Abreu L. O. F.
E. S. Anderson Acid & Edel., R. & S.
H. M. Nassy Technical Service dept.
H. A. Hirschfeld Marine Office.
Marine Wharves
George King Drydock
Jack Reilly Lago Police department
P. J. Brook Accounting, Colony
Service Adm., Executive Office.
Personnel
J. T. Walker Medical
R. A. van Blarcum Stewards, Clubs,
School
E. Wijngaarde Instrument

In the election, 4,411 employees cast
ballots, or approximately 80 per cent of
those eligible, and 98 per cent of the
ballots cast were valid.


Here and

A daughter, and
a first lieutenant's
commission in the
Army, are two ac-
quisitions made by
Orlo T h o m a s,
formerly of the
Hydro Plant, since
he left Aruba early
I a s t year. The
daughter, Susan
Ann, was born
O c t o b e r 13 at
Monterey, Califor-


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nia. A recent letter from Orlo said he
had just applied for entrance in the
Army School of Military Goveinment.

Clippings from "The Gleaner", a
Jamaican newspaper, report the award-
ing of the M.B.E. in the New Year's
Honors List to Herbert Fraser, who is
private secretary to the Governor of
Leeward Islands. The new M.B.E. is the
brother of Walter Fraser of Colony
Service.

When Gregorio Franken of the
Instrument department did a repair job
on the flashgun of the Esso News'
camera recently, the handiest subject
for a test shot, to find out if the gun


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worked, was Mr. Franken himself. Judg-
Cantinu:d on page 2


Former Employee Listed Missing
Is Prisoner of War in Thailand

Andrew Knox, former Timekeeping
department employee who had been list-
ed officially as missing ever since the
Japanese took Singapore, is a prisoner
of war in Thailand, according to news
received here from his wife in England.
Knox, who was from Trinidad, left
the Company in June, 1940, to join the
British army. He married a Welsh nurse
before going overseas, and reached
Singapore not long before its fall.
His wife received a prisoner of war
card from him on New Year's Day, 1944.
The card, addressed in pencil and ap-
parently six or eight months on the
way, contained only six printed phrases,
two of which he had crossed out, leav-
ing "I am interned in Thailand, my
health is excellent, I am working for
pay, hope you are well, Andy".
As thin as this information was, it
was the first indication his wife had
that he was still alive, and the first
word she had had from him in over two
years.


Recientemente un adicion di dos boeki
na papiamento a worde haci na e famo-
so biblioteca di e Colegio di Harvard,
mandA door di Jerome Littman di de-
partamento di Personal ariba nan pidi-
mento.
Na e tempo cu Sr. Littman tawata na
Harvard afia pasA siguiendo un curso di
entrenamento especial, algun di e in-
structornan, di aya a bisa cu nan tin un
interest pa obtene copianan di boeki pu-
blick na papiamento. Despues cu e a bol-
be e a scoge dos boeki, un novel corti-
co, "Carmen Molina" (cual e a traduci
na Ingles prom cu e a mand'e) i un
boeki di cancion, "Cancionero Papiamen-
to, Melodia I Palabra". Tur dos a wor-
de scirbi door di P.A. Lauffer, un yiu
di Corsouw, kende ademas di ta escri-
tor tambe ta poliz.
Siman pasa un tarjeta di agradeci-
mento a yega aki, den cual "E Presi-
dent di e Colegio di Harvard Gratamen-
te ta reconoce e regalo generoso" di e
ultimo adicion aki na e biblioteca.


A RUBA(Esso N &Ws


FEBRUARY 11, 1944










HERE AND THERE From page 1
ing by the result, he had done his work
well. Handy both with his hands and
with his feet, Gregorio's picture has ap-
peared in the News before, usually as
one of the island's best football players.
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Ora cu Gregorio Franken emplek na
Departamento di Instrument a haci un
trabao di reparacion recientemente ari-
ba e "Flashgun" di e kodak di Esso
News, e suheto mas facil pa haci un
prueba 'riba dje pa mira si e "Gun" ta
traha, tawata Sr. Franken mes. Juzgan-
do pa e resultado, e a haci su trabao
bon. Lih6 tanto cu su man como cu su
pia, Gregorio (Gooi) su portretnan a
sali den Aruba Esso News prom4 cu
esaki, por lo general como un di e mi-
ho hungadornan di futbol di Aruba.


Remember this


broad and sturdy


ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Organization Changes


Effective January 18, Assistant
General Manager F. S. Campbell assum-
ed the supervision of the Mechanical
and Colony Service departments, and
Assistant General Manager J. J. Hori-
gan assumed supervision of the Process
and Technical Service departments. This
constitutes an exchange of duties be-
tween the two executives, with the
exception that Mr. Campbell will con-
tinue to be Chairman of the Operating
Committee and the Salary Committee,
as in the past. Mr. Horigan takes over
the Chairmanship of the joint meetings
with Management of the Foreign Staft
Employees' Council and the Employees'
Advisory Committee.
At the same time, B. Teagle was ap-
pointed to the position of Industrial
Relations Manager, becoming a member
of the Executive Committee, and F. J.
Getts was appointed Personnel Manager,
becoming a member of the Operating
Committee.



in 1943. In fact, to them it might be
known as the Great In and Out Year.
In the twelvemonth period they ar-
ranged transportation, a complicated
procedure in wartime, for 5,727 persons,
using schooner, steamship, and air
travel (which includes every means of
arriving or departing short of sub-
marines, which are not available). That
is an average of 18 and a half employ-
ees or family members leaving or ar-
riving every working day throughout
the year.


FEBRUARY 11, 1944


Visiting by Children at
Hospital To Be Limited

With the dual purpose of preventing
exposure of small children to the poss-
ibility of infection, and increasing the
comfort and well-being of patients in the-
Hospital, restrictions will be placed on
visiting by children after February 15.

Effective February 15, children under
the rage of seven years will not be permit-
ted to accompany those who visit pa-
tients in the Lago Hospital. (An excep-
tion will be that in cases where a child's.
mother or father is a patient, special
permission may be secured from the
Head Nurse for the child to visit during.
the afternoon hours only.)
The regulation is well-founded in prac-
tical reasons, chief of which is the pro-
tection of children's health. While adult
visitors to a hospital are not greatly
exposed to the dangers of infection,
children are to a considerable extent,
because of playing on floors and other
places where the presence of bacteria is
inevitable.
Except for members of the immediate
family, no visitors to obstetrical cases
will be permitted until the sixth post-
delivery day. In these cases the baby is
brought into the mother's room at fre-
quent intervals through the day, and
during the first five days it is excep-
tionally susceptible to infections which
might be brought in by visitors. At the
same time it is undesirable for the pa-
tient to receive visitors before a five-
day interval after delivery. This regula-
tion also is common to most hospitals.

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back? It belongs to Dick Smith, and
was photographed when he divided his
time between being Technician at the
Hospital and being an enthusiastic fish-
erman. At last reports he is a sergeant,
at a military hospital in Georgia.

Another soldier recently heard from
was Sergeant Carl Pattison, who lef;
school here in May, 1940. Since then he
has seen service in Africa and in the
Italian campaign.

Following a paragraph in the last
News telling of the vast number of
persons applying at the Lago Police
office for passes last year, the trans-
portation section of the Personnel de-
partment gives evidence that they too
were busy as one-armed paperhangers


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Farewells were said at the M. & C. office February 2 to Guy Permaul, who left
last week "to see what the United States looks like", after eight years' service
here. Gifts from his fellow-employees included a wristwatch, tie and clasp, and
a signed scroll. Mr. Permaul appears in the pictures of the group between
Louise Hassell and Cicely d'Abreu, who made the presentation.


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FEBRUARY 11, 1944 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 3


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


The next issue of the ARUBA ESSO NEWS will be distributed
Friday, March 3. All copy must reach the editor in the
Personnel building by Saturday noon, February 26.
Telephone 523
Printed by The Curacao Courant, Curacao, N W.I.

In five months of operation the Safety Sweep
stakes brought approximately FIs. 5,000 into em-
ployees' pockets.
That figure is exact and definite, and the mone-
tary gain is of concrete value to the men and women
who received the prizes. Not easily reckoned, how-
ever, is the broader value of the contest, in keeping
employees thinking Safety, and, more important,
acting Safely.
If the contest prevented just one serious accident
it was worthwhile; if it helped to bring home to all
Employees the value of Safety it was immensely
valuable.
The hope of getting a cash prize is a big incen-
tive. A bigger and better incentive, one that oper-
ates all the time, is freedom from the pain, injury.
and loss that accompany accidents. And no less
potent is the duty every employee has to his family,
the responsibility to be and continue to be a good
provider.
Work Safely For Safety's Sake.

Den cinco luna cu e ta existi, Safety Sweepstakes
a hinca aproximadamente FIs. 5000 den saco di em
pleadonan.
E cifra ey ta exacto i definido, i e ganancia mo-
netaria ta di valor concrete pa e homber- i muher-
nan, kendenan tawata ganadornan di premio. Loque
no ta worde cont6 asina lih6, sin embargo, ta e va-
lor mas extenso di e concurso, cual ta existi den
nantene fire e pensamento di Seguridad den em-
pleadonan i mas important, haci nan actua cu Se-
guridad.
Si e concurso a evita solamente un desgracia se-
rio, lo e bal e pena: si e a yuda induci den tur em-
pleadonan e importancia di Seguridad e lo tawata
di un merito mas inmenso.
E esperanza di gana un premio na placa ta un esti-
mulo grand. Un estimulo mas grand i miho, uno cu
fa constantemente en operation, ta di ta liber fo'i
dolor, desqracia, i perdida cu ta acompaiia acciden-
tenan. I di no menos potent ta e deber cu cada
-empleado tin pa su familiar, e responsabilidad di ta


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NEWS

AND

VIEWS

A common sight just now on
Aruba's highways (beside
which the g r a s s always
seems to grow the greenest)
is this sheep foraging while
her newborn lamb rests up
before its next meal.
Un vista comun awe'n dia
ariba carreteranan di Aruba
ta e earn aid, buscando ali-
ments mientras cu su lam-
chi reeien naci ta tumando
sosiego prom6 cu su siguien-
te cnminda.


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The difference between a wink and something
in the eye is in who's doing it. This being a
Hollywood starlet, Peggy Moran, it's fairly
sure to be a wink.


This rainbow comes down on the Plant, and the pot of gold
at the end of it is black gold, petroleum.


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Vicious-looking little villains, with a needle-sharp tail
that strikes a minute quantity of poison into their victim
when disturbed, these scorpions are not so deadly as they
look or as their reputation holds. Their sting is of about
the same intensity as that of a bee, causing pain for
several hours and perhaps a sore muscle, depending on
where they strike. As in a bee sting, ammonia or cold
compresses applied to the spot stung will help to relieve
some of the pain.


E escorplonnan ski ta malvadonan chiquito di apariencia
viciosa, en ta venena victimanan cu nan rabo ora cu nan
ta word molestis, pero nan no ta asina mortal cu nan
ta par'ce. Nan pktidura ta mas o menos mes fuerte cu
esun di un maribomba, causando dolor durante various
ora. Como den un caso di picadura pa un maribomba,
amoniaco Io yuda alivia algo di e dolor.


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This is the anti-tank
rocket shell that is
fired by the "ba-
zooka', the U. S.
Army's deadly new
gun that looks like
an innocent piece of
three-inch p i p e.
When it hits, the
Germans think a 155
mm. is around.









ARUBA ESSO NEWS FEBRUARY 11, 1944


Safety Sweepstakes Grand Prize Winners Share 1,600 Guilders

Thirty-two employees in 20 departments found substantial profit in the Safety
Sweepstakes January 28 when the Bond Fortuna results were announced. In
this drawing, for the Grand Prizes in the Sweepstakes, 219 employees held full
tickets won for safety records from August to December inclusive.
Carlos Odor of Accounting had special reason to be pleased with his depart-
ment's safety record, since he drew a Fls. 25 prize in the December contest, and
another FIs. 50 in the Grand Prize drawing.
It has been announced that the Safety Sweepstakes in essentially its present
form will continue in the present year.
The Grand Prizes for the last five months of 1943, all of FIs. 50, were won by:


Carlos Odor
Raymond Lenke
Cornellie Tai-A-Pin
Dionicio Tromp
Leon Solognier
Victor Bonnett
Daniel Blaize
Elton Smarth
John Hassell
Bornston Hamilton
Crafton Carmichael
Eastlaine John
J. S. Harrison
Hubert Ecury
Frederick York
James MeGuire


Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Blacksmith
Carpenters
Commissary
Dining Hall
Dining Hall
Dining Hall
Dining Hall
Dining Hall
Dining Hall
Executive
Garage
Garage
Gas Plant


Shown right is the drawing
for the Safety Sweepstakes
Grand Prizes. At left is Con-
stanclo Herms, who drew
the winning timecards; Ed-
die Jssurun is handing a -
"mixing cage" to Jan Beau-
jon, weady for the next de-
partment's drawing; Gordon
Owen at right is handling a
cage just used, and Nemen-
do Britte and Orlando We-
senhagen are working on
the cards. Lost in the
shadows at the back is
Sydnor Tucker.



Ganadornan Den E Concurso Di Safety
Sweepstakes Ta Ricibi FIs. 1,600 Comn
Premlonan Grandi

Aki 'riba nos ta mira e empleadonan.
kendenan a gana Fls. 50 cada uno come
Premionan Grandi (Bijetchi Henter)
den e Safety Sweepstakes. Fo'i 219 em-
pleado cu tawata den posesion di bijet-
chinan henter den e sorteo di Bond For-
tuna di Januari 28, pa motibo cu nan
departamentonan a mustra progresonan
haci den recordnan di seguridad duran-
te e ultimo cinco luna di 1943, e trinta-
i-dosnan aki tawata e poseedornan afor-
tunado di e bijetchinan cu a gana.


W. D. Orr
Percival Llewelyn
Ulric Holligon
Ruel Eustace
Bernabe Sambo
John Stephen
Frank Gilkes
Edward Byington jr.
Luther Brewer
John Wilson
Thomas Hernandez
Marius Warner
James Williams
Egbert Dongen
William Tucker
Frederico Wever


Gas Plant
Instrument
Lago Police
Lago Police
Marine
Marine
Medical
Personnel
R. & S.
R. & S.
Drydock
Stewards
Stewards
Tin
Engineering
Laboratories


KEEP YOUR MIND
ON YOUR WORK
AND YOU WON'T
GET HURT /


NEW ARRIVALS


A daughter, Rosalie June, to Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Lyle, January 7.
A son, Rupert Augustus, to Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Wilson, January 13.
A daughter, Feliscia Leonilda, to Mr.
and Mrs. Delfinsio Nicolaas, January 14.
A son, Arthur Elmore, to Mr. and
Mrs. Malcolm Gould, January 14.
A daughter, Agnes Elizabeth, to Mr.
and Mrs. Henri Lo-A-Njoe, January 21.
A daughter, Mercedes, to Mr. and
Mrs. Cleto Oduber, January 23.
A daughter, Janice Elaine, to Mr.
and Mrs. Chester Reed, January 26.
A daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Claudius
Lejuez, January 27.
A son, Roy Kenneth, to Mr. and Mrs.
William Amzand, January 30.
A daughter, Janice Isabel, to Mr. and
Mrs. Irad Benjamin, January 30.
A son, Raymond, to Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Lejuez, January 31.
A daughter, Sherry Lynn, to Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Campbell, February 2.



When You Can Get Them-

A bureau in Washington has listed the
different combinations used currently in
synthetic rubber tires, along with their
technical names:
S-1. -80 per cent synthetic tread on
natural rubber carcass.
S-2. -50 per cent synthetic tread on
a natural rubber carcass.
S-3. -100 per cent synthetic tread,
100 per cent synthetic carcass, an all-
synthetic tire.
S-4. -90 per cent synthetic, 10 per
cent natural rubber, distributed through-
out the casing as the manufacturer may
desire.
S-5. -100 per cent synthetic tread on
natural rubber carcass.
S-6. -70 per cent synthetic, 30 per
cent natural rubber, distributed through-
out the casing as the manufacturer may
desire.
S-7. -Alternate for S-5 permitting
the manufacturer to vary the amounts
of synthetic and natural between car-
cass and tread.
A lot of dust will blow down the road,
continues the article, before you will be
able to buy any of these types of rubber
substitute tires without a ration certifi-
cate, but there is a note of encourage-
ment in the fact that production of syn-
thetic rubber tires is being speeded up
and is expected to get in full swing
sometime in the spring of 1944.
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FEBRUARY 11, 1944










BOWLING LEAGUE
STANDINGS
(Week Ending February 7)
EASTERN LEAGUE HANDICAP

. WON LOST %


Instrument
Boilermakers
Chemists
Light Oils Office
Acid Plant
Light Oils Oper.
Personnel
Pressure Stills


6 3 667
6 3 667
6 3 667
5 4 556
5 4 556
4 5 444
3 6 333
1 8 111


WESTERN LEAGUE HANDICAP

WON LOST %


When eight closely-bunched sailboats
try to get around a buoy at once in a
light wind, there is certain to be some
confusion, and there was, at this first
turn in the second race January 30.
(They eventually got straightened out-,
with no broken gear, and Lenny Teagle
went on to win, after having copped the
morning race also). To a photographer,
however, an equally important part of
the proceedings is the scene above,
taken unawares of the Yacht Club's
armchair sailors watching the race from
the clubhouse.



SCORES


Football


January 14
Vulcania
San Nic. Police

January 15
Oranj. Schutters
Sabaneta Schutters

January 16
Vulcania
Union

January 22
San Nicolas Jr.
Esso Garage


January 27
Vulcania
Deportivo


January 29
Vulcania
San Nicolas Jr.


Eng. Outcasts
Accounting
Labor
Electrical
Medical
Coordinators
T.S.D. Standards
Colony Service
Garage
Bookkeepers


SOUTHERN LEAGUE HANDICAP.


WON LOST


January 30
Union
Deportivo
Hollandia
Sabaneta
February 4
M. & C. depart.
San Nicolas Police

Cricket

January 16
Eagle
Labor Camp
January 23
Grenada
Golden Arrow
January 30
Lago Sport Park
Defense


Nicols with 69, and Sharpe with 49,
starred for the Sport Park XI, while
Griffith (28) and Canwood .(17) were
high for the losers.


Wood Pickers
Structal Drafters
Mens Forum
Marine
Pipefitters
Carpenters
Estimators
Laboratory No. 1


SCRATCH LEAGUE

4WON LOST
1
Colony Service 5 1
M. & C. Office 5 1
Jersey Skeeters 5 1
Chem. Engineers 7 2
129 Air Corps Fighters 7 2
66 H. &S. 6 3
Utilities 3 3
Military Police 1 2
119 Accountants 3 6
140 Air Corps Officers 2 7
Air Corps Service 1 8
235 Navy 0 9


A new team-score record was set up
February 4, when the M. & C. Office
five knocked over 1,006 pins. The
scores were Culver 238, Proterra 217, J.
Malcolm 202, Wertenberger 191, and
Baggaley 158.


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FEBRUARY 11. 1944









ARUBA ESSO NEWS FEBRUARY 11, 1944


Award of FIs. 100 Features Latest "C. Y I."


Presentations


SERVICE AWARDS
January, 1944
10-Year Buttons


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John Keller of LO.F., at left, receives congratulations from F. E. Griffin on his
"C.Y.I." award of FIs. 100. Inset: L. B. Donata, also of L.O.F., proved that ap-
prentices can win awards too.

L. B. Donata, un aprendiz, kende ta par'ce ariba e fotografia chiquito, ta un di
esnan cu a ricibi un premio fo'i e Comit6 di "Coin Your Ideas" dia 1
"i February.


Hitting the jackpot with one of the
highest awards granted in recent years.
John Keller of Lights Oils Finishing
received Fls. 100 in a "Coin Your Ideas"
presentation at F. E. Griffin's office
February 1.
His idea, an adjustment in the burn-
ers at No. 2 Pitch Still furnace, resulted
in a substantial monetary saving. Mr.
Keller is a consistent user of the "C.Y.
I." Plan, with at least four awards out
of a dozen ideas turned in.
A new method of making awards was
inaugurated with the present series, the
presentations being made in the em-
ployees' departments and in the pre
sence of their supervisors, instead of at
a single large meeting as in the uast.
The 18 employees who shared Fls. 330
in award money:

R. M. Yates, Fls. 10, Method for pro-
tecting pipe lines under ramps from soil
corrosion; H. D. Euson, Fls. 10, Thermo-
meter for gas oil agitators 73 and 74:
W. C. Keefer, Fls. 25, Emergency stop
switches for pumps 222, 223, and 238 at
Low Octane Stabilizing & Splitting
Plants; J. E. Keller, Fls. 100, Adjust-
ment of "Best" Burners in No. 2 Pitch
Still furnace; G. S. Permaul, Fls. 10.
Install waiting bench in foyer of M. &
C. Office building; St. G. Bernez, FIs. 10,
Storage for refrigerator box doors:


E. B. Fields, jr., Fls. 20, Utility building
south of Central Tool Room; A. C. Ful-
ler, Fls. 15, Elimination of traffic
hazard at southeast corner of Shipyard
Office building; F. Dirksz, Fls. 20,
Chart for gravity corrections, mounted
in glass frame, at No. 3 Lab.; L. B.
Donata, Fls. 15, Wooden step and plat-
form at drop out valves, No. 1 and 2
tractor fuel agitators: Z. A. Khan,
Fls. 10, Use of suction cups for water
coolers only in Lago Heights B. Q.
area; H. Huising, Fls. 15, New connec-
tion between N.D. bottoms suction line
and N.S.P. header, Transfer Pumin-
house; J. E. Benschop, Fls. 15, Identi-
fication numbers for gas burners, No. 12
Aviation Still; A. M. Woei, Fls. 10, Step-
ladder for use in Hospital filing room;
P. Mazelie, Fls. 10, Red Cross symbol on
ambulance spot light; M. Th. Kelly,
Fls. 10, Flash prevention at tar pump
drain; J. C. Featherston, Fls. 15, Gas
Oil in place of P.D. Flux on stills 5, 6,
7, and 8: M. B. Lall, Fls. 10, Safety
sign S.E. of Bungalow 828, Lago
Heights, indicating 800 street is closed.



The January Safety Sweepstakes
yielded half tickets to 236 employees,
for the Bond Fortuna drawing of
February 24.


Gustaaf Esser
Pedro Nicolaas
Emilio Sambre
Alberto Tromp
Johan Alberto
Domingo Lampe
Antonio Rasmijn
Jan Beaujon
Angelico Willems
John Wyse
Lewis Harris
William Ramon
Venancio Vroolijk
Domildco Rasmun
Thomas Mann
Marion Wylie
Sidney Mason
Vicente Kelly
Pedrito Ridderstap
Cecil Bishop
Robert James


Accounting
Acid & Edel.
Bldg. & Maint.
Boiler
Commissary
Dry Dock
Dry Dock
Electrical
Garage
Gas Plant
Gas Plant
Lago Police
Machinist
Machinist
Marine Wharves
Medical
Medical
Pressure Stills
Pressure Stills
Pressure Stills
Receiv. & Shipp.


Bishita Na Hospital
Door di Muchanan
Lo Worde Limita

Cu e prop6sitonan di evita enferme-
dad di muchanan chiquito i aumenta e
comodidad i bienestar di patientenan den
hospital, restriccionnan lo worde poni
ariba e bishita di e muchanan despues di
15 di Februari.

Cuminzando cu dia 15 di Februari, mu-
chanan bao dl siete aria di edad lo no
worde permit pa acompaia esnan cu ta
bishita patientenan den hospital di Lago.
(Un exception aritn esaki lo to cu si e
much su tata of mama ta un patient,
un permiso especial por worde obtene
fo'i e "Head Nurse" pa e much bishita
solamente durante oranan di tras mer-
dia).

Cu exception di miembronan di e fa-
milia inmediato, ningun bishitante na
casonan obst6trico lo word permit has-
ta e di seis dia despues di nacemento di
e much. Den e casonan aki e baby ta
worde hibi cerca su mama na intervalo-
nan frecuente henter dia, i durante e
prom6 cinco dia e ta excepcionalmente
susceptibel na infeccionnan cu por wor-
de induci door di bishitantenan. Na e
mes tempo ta indeseabel pa e patient ri-
cibi bishita prome cu cinco dia despues
di nacemento. E regulation aki tambe ta
habitual den mayoria di e hospitalnan.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


FEBRUARY 11, 1944