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VOL. 9, No. 12
Record Crowd Sees
'ThI largest crowd ever to witness the
annual Queen's Birthday athletic con-
tests turned out August 31 for the 1948
Jubilee Olympiad at the Lago Sport
Park. See pages 4 and 5 for pictures of
the day's activities.)
Before a hu-ge audience consisting of
top Company officials, Lago employees,
and their families and friends, the
The two top individual winners at the 1948
Sport Park Olympiad are shown above with the
handsome trophies awarded to them. R. O. Jack-
son, of the Esso Dining Hall (left), holds the
huge cup presented to him as the outstanding
athlete. and J. Peters holds the cup given to
him as the outstanding apprentice.
island's top athletes provided an entire
afternoon of top sports entertainment.
Although two events were held in the
morning, the day's activities officially
got under way at noon. At that time the
athletes, accompanied by Muller's Brass
Band, paraded around the track.
Spectators were officially welcomed
by B. T. Douglas, who addressed them
in English, and by J. H. Nunes, who
spoke in Dutch. Following that, the
events got under way.
Top athlete of the day was perennial
Sport Park Champion R. O. Jackson,
who was named the outstanding perfor-
mer. Mr. Jackson was awarded the
special silver cup that went with that
The trophy for the outstanding per-
formance by an apprentice went to
Winners of the various events were
congratulated by Acting General Man-
ager 0. Mingus, with Comptroller T. C.
Continued on page 7
11 Empleado Ta Ricibi Suma
Especial En Bez di Pensioen
E luna aki diez-un empleado cu taba-
tin servicio largo cu Compania a cumin-
za ricibi un suma especial cu Compania
ta d-na nan tur luna, como nan tin 65
anja caba y no por tuma parti mas den
Plan di Retiro. Bao di e plan nobo cu a
drenta den rigor dia 15 di September, e
empleadonan aki mester a tuma nan
retire pa via di nan edad, pero e suma
cu nan ta ricibi lo yuda nan durante
anjanan cu nan lo biba despues di a stop
Diez di e empleadonan aki a worde
honrd na utn reunion especial na Execu-
tive Office dia 15 di September. E otro
bolbe su tern caba riba e fecha ey.
Directornan, supervisornan y hefenan di
e empleadonan tabata present na e
reunion. Den number di Directiva, O.
Mingus gerente general interino, a
gradici e hombernan pa nan servicio
largo y el a desea nan salud y felicidad
durante anjanan venidero.
Cada un di e empleadonan bieuw a
papia algun palabra, expresando placer
y aprecio pa reconocimiento cu nan a
hays pa nan servicio largo.
Mayoria di nan a traha cu Lago for
di cuminzamento. Esun di mas bieuw ta
Simon Wernet cu tin 77 anja y cu tin 20
anja di serivico cu Compania; e tabata
traha na Receiving & Shipping. Albert
Chittick, tin 66 anja y el a cumpli 16
anja den Shipyard. Johannes Feliciano,
69 anja, tin 14 anja cu Compania al a
cuminaza traha na Labor Department,
pero for di anja 1936 e tabata na Engi-
neering Department. Benedito Geerman,
66 anja, tin 23 anja di servicio entire
Shipyard y Carpenter Department.
Richard Brown, 68, tin 17 anja di ser-
vicio; na principio e tabata como boiler,
pero for di anja 1939 e tabata machinist.
Sinforoso Maduro, 69 anja, tabatin 23
anja ta traha na Marine Wharves. Juan
Kelly, 65 anja, tabatin 14 anja parti
entire Labor, Personnel y Stewards.
Johannes Thiel, 65 anja, a traha 14 anja
na Shipyard. Karel Ponson, 72 anja, ta-
batin 20 anja di servicio den Shipyard.
Rudolf Croes, 70 anja, tabatin 21 anja di
servicio den Pipe Department. Leopold
Dean, 66 anja, tabatin servicio cu Com-
pania di Februari 1930 te Mei 1931 y
despues di esey foi anja 1939 te awor.
Jersey Sponsors Fhilharmonic
It was recently announced that the
Standard Oil Company (New Jersey)
will sponsor the weekly broadcasts of
the famed New York Philharmonic
!I ai -
As Company officials and construction supervisors look on, J. J. P. Oduber officially breaks
ground for the addition to the Main Office Building that will house the IBM equipment. From
left to right are 0. M. Lasser, TSD coordinator; George Delatush and Huge Swenson, vice-president
and general superintendent respectively of the Gill-Delatush Company; Mr. Oduber, head of the
Tabulating and Statistical Division which handles IBM equipment; J. M. Whiteley, technical
superintendent; 0. Mingus, acting general manager; C. B. Garber. chief accountant; C. L. Ward,
TSD coordinator; and T. C. Brown, comptroller and head of the Accounting Department.
Den presencia dl oficialnan dl Compania y hefenan di construcclon, Zepp Oduber a cumlnza ofl-
clalmente cu trabao rlba un ofcina cu lo word afadi na Main Office, y cu lo conten. tur ma-
chlnenan dl calculi. Sr. Oduber ta hefe dl Division di 0 machiennan dl 1. Ba. M.
ii .m -
SEPTEMBER 24, 1948
Ten of the eleven long-service employees who received a special allowance from the Company
when they were terminated are shown above with members of Management, supervisors, and
friends, The occasion was a special meeting at the Executive Office September 1 honoring the
Riba e portret nos ta mira diez di e diez-un empleadonan cu a cuminza ricibi un suma especial
tur luna di Companla enbez dl pensloen ora cu nan a retire, hunt cu miembronan dl Directlva,
hefe- y amigonan. Nan to di robe: pa drechl: Albert Chittick, Johannes Feliclnao, Simon Wernet.
Benedlto Geerman, Richard Brown, Slnforoso Maduro, Juan Kelly, Johannes Thiel, Karel Pnson
y Rudolf Croes.
Special Allowance Goes to Eleven-
A special quarterly allowance for eleven long-service employees was begun this
month when their services were terminated. Their ages, all over 65, prevented
their being included in the regular Retirement Plan which went into effect
September 1, and the allowance will assist
Construccion Cuminza Riba
Oficina Nobo na Main Office
E luna aki construcQion a cuminza
riba un oficina adicina adicional na
Main Office. Zepp Oduber di Tabulating
a cuminza e trabao oficialmente, usando
un drill electric caminda nan lo pone e
prom6 fundeshi. E lugar nobo lo ta pa e
machiennan di calcula di I. B. M. cu tin
caba y pa e cantidad basta grand di e
nobonan cu Compania tin pidi.
E oficina di cement cu staal lo worde
construi na banda pa zuid di e oficina
actual na e skin p'abAo y lo pas cu
resto di Main Office. Su tamafo lo ta
1/6 parti di tamafio actual di Main
Work Starts on Addition
To Main Office Building
To House IBM Equipment
With J. J. P. Oduber handling the
pavement buster, ground was broken
this month for the addition to the Main
Office Building that will house the Com-
pany's IBM equipment. Located at the
southwest corner of the Main Building,
the addition will provide space for the
present International Business Machines,
as well as for the considerable amount
of new equipment that the Company has
The addition will be constructed of
reinforced concrete framing, having the
same general appearance as the present
structure. In size it will have approxi-
mately one-sixth the floor space of the
present Main Building.
The Company has on order approxi-
mately 60 per cent more IBM equipment
than it presently has, and it is planned
to start operation in the new addition
by the first of the year. Main purpose
of the new equipment is to provide more
efficient statistical and accounting met-
hods of the Company's increased opera-
tions. One of the main projects of the
increased equipment will be the inaugu-
ration of a cost control system, in which
the maintenance cost on various units
will be furnished to the foreman and the
Cost Control Committee. Other opera-
tions will include cost analysis, statisti-
cal work for estimating purposes, job
order work, and other work of an ac-
In charge of the IBM equipment will
be Mr. Oduber, head of the Tabulating
and Statistical Division of the Accoun-
them in the years beyond their active
Ten of the men were honored in a
special meeting at the Executive Office
September 15. (One had already left for
his home in St. Martin.) Taking part in
the ceremony were directors, depart-
ment heads, and supervisors of the men.
On behalf of Management, O. Mingus,
acting general manager, thanked the
men for their long periods of service,
and wished, them- health and happiness
in the years to come.
Each of the men spoke briefly,
expressing pleasure with the fair treat-
ment that has recognized their faithful
service, now and in the past.
Most of the men had been with Lago
since its earliest days in Aruba. The
oldest, 77, is Simon Wernet of Receiving
& Shipping, with 20 years of service in
that department. Albert Chittick, 66,
completed 16 years of service in the
Shipyard. Johannes Feliciano, 69, had 14
years with the Company; he started in
the Labor Department, and had been in
the Engineering Department since 1936.
Benedito Geerman, 66, had 23 years
service, first with the Shipyard and
later with the Carpenter Department.
Richard Brown, 68, was with the Com-
pany for 17 years; first a boilermaker,
he transferred to the machinists in 1939.
Sinforoso Maduro, 69, had 23 years ser-
vice on the wharves. Juan Kelly, 65, had
14 years service; his time was divided
between Labor Department, Personnel,
and Stewards Department. Johannes
Thiel, 65, was with the Shipyard for 14
years. Karel Ponson, 72, was a carpenter
with the Shipyard for 20 years. Rudolf
Croes, 70, had 21 years of service in the
Pipe Department. Leopold Dean, 66, was
with the Company from February 1930
to May 1931, and had continuous service
in the Instrument Department since
Field Next to Sport Park
Set for Athletic Events
A new athletic field next to the Lago
Sport Park was scheduled to open last
Sunday, September 18, with a soccer
game between the San Nicolas Juniors
and the Hollandia team from Oranje-
stad. A cup, donated by E. H. Raghu-
nath, the jeweler, was to go to the win-
Appropriate ceremonies were planned
to commemorate the official opening of
the field. Main purpose of the new field
is to make it possible to run two tourna-
ments at a time at the Sport Park.
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Swimming Has Its Safety Rules
Swimming is fine exercise, but only for those in physical
condition to do it without harm. As in any other activity
there are certain simple safety rules which should be follow-
ed by all swimmers:
Wait for a time after meals before swimming: a two-hour
wait is recommended.
Never dive into strange water. Know depth and bottom
Never swim alone.
Watch for dangerous undertows and big waves in large
bodies of water.
Don't swim beyond your strength. Remember, it's just as
far back to the beach as it is away from it.
Never call for help in the water if you don't need it.
Learn how to apply artificial respiration.
Reglanan di Seguridad pa Landadornan
Landamento ta un bon ehercicio, pero solamente pa esnan
cu ta capaz di haci6 sin hiba desgracia. Mescos cu cualkier
otro actividad, landamento tambe tin
F. E. Griffin Attends
Harvard Business Course
Process Superintendent F. E. Griffin
left for the States last month to attend
a 13-week course in executive training
at the Harvard Business School. The
course is a phase in the Company's
policy of developing members of its
management group along broad, pro-
gressive lines, as well as in line with its
policy of developing its leaders from
within the organization.
Students in the course include
nies all over the
p Americas'. They
attend class from
8:30 in the mor-
ning until 5 in
The men live in
of the class, thus
making it pos-
e *, ae sible for them to
share the bene-
F. E. Griffin fits of their vary-
Rather than employ outsiders for
executive portions, it is Jersey Stan-
dard's policy to have top management
consist of men who have come up
through the organization, broadening
their talents from the specific job in
which they started to more general abi-
lities. Because supervisors are often re-
stricted to the steady, exacting require-
ments of their particular job, their
vision is confined to that one field. This
executive training course at Harvard is
designed to give selected men an op-
portunity cr further de-veopment.
Mr. Griffin came to Lago in 1929 as
an oil inspector in the Proce:s Lab. lIe
later became a stillman, general foreman
in Process h Cracking, gener l foreman in
Light Oils Finishing, assistant division
superintendent, and then division super-
intendent in L.O.F. He became process
superintendent in 1946.
( Curagao to Get Luxury Hotel
With preparation of the site already
in progress, construction of Curacac's
new luxury scas de hotel is scheduled to
begin in December. The hotel will be
seven stories high, and will have 63
bedrooms. Most of the hotel's public
rooms, as well as some of the bedrooms,
will have air conditioning. The plans also
call for the construction of a casino,
tennis courts, and a swimming pool.
The Government is preparing the site,
which will be given to a private company
on a long-term lease.
su reglaann di
(Dots Indicate that reporter has turned lI a tip for this Issle)
Fernando da Silva
Hugo de Vries
Mrs. Ivy Butts
Jacinto de Kort
Mrs. M. A. Mongroo
Jose La Cruz
RIcardo Van Blarcum
0 0 0 00 0
Receivinn & Shipping
Acid & Edeleanu
C.T.R. & Field Shops
Powerhouse 1 & 2
Laboratories 1 & 2
Esso & Lawo Clubs
Dining Hall (2)
M.& C. Office
Masons & Insulators
Blacksmith. Boiler & Tin
Colony Service Office
Warda poco despues di com6 prome cu bo land; dos ora ta
No sambuyb sin cu bo sa corn hundo e awa ta.
No bai land bo so nunca.
Cuidao cu remolino y olanan grand.
No landa for di bo forza; corda cu ora bo lands bai afor,
be mester por bolbe tera tambe.
Nunca no pidi auxilio na chanza.
Sinja corn ta duna respiracion artificial.
IBM Operator's Course
Gets Under Way Here
The Company's first IBM operator's
training course got under way this week
when ten employees began their period
of training. Beginning on September 20,
the program is scheduled to last until
the first of the year.
Purpose of the course is to train new
operators to use all the different types
of International Business Machines in
use here, as well as the considerable
amount of new IBM equipment which
the Company has ordered. Men finishing
the course will also supplement the
present force of operators.
The program of instruction will con-
sist of classroom work ,actual instruc-
tion on the IBM machines, and practical
on-the-job training. Wherever possible
this will be supplemented by training
films and other visual aids.
For the present the program will con-
c.st of two hours instruction a day dur-
ing working hours. The remainder of the
day will be devoted to on-the-job train-
ing. Later, as the members of the class
begin to use the machines, their training
will be held after working hours so as
not to inctfere with the department's
J. J. P. Oduber and R. F. Croes, of the
Tabulating and Statistical Division, are
in charge of the training.
Charity Lottery to Give
Ten Trips to Holland.
Want to see the old-world town of
Volendam, where the fisher-folk still
dress in traditional costumes? Would
you. like to sec Amsterdam, Delft, and
A lottery for which tickets are now
being slid gi.cs the cprcrtunity and at
the anime time s ipports a worthy cause.
Object of the lottery is to collect money
for rebuilding the Red Cross Hospital at
The Hague. The ten principal winners
will receive round-trip passage to Hol-
land by plane, with ten days in Holland.
The trip can be made any time up to
September 1949. Extra prizes to be
drawn for are 991 dolls in national
The ticlcctr. are selling for Fls. 2.50
(we bought curs from a policeman), and
20,000 have been printed. The drawing
will take place on December 1, or earlier
if the ticket sale is completed before
V KEEP II EM FPLYIJN
Lykins Leaves for Assignment
In Jersey's London Office
J. D. Lykins, division superintendent
in the Process Department, has been
named assistant manager of Jersey
Standard's London office for foreign
nation and left
this month to
accept his new
Mr. Lykins was
employed as a
in 1930 with Jer-
sey's Hydro En-
ny at Elisabeth,
New Jersey. The
following year he
to Baton Rouge,
Louisana. There he was with the
Standard Oil Development Company,
wo king a, a chemical engineer at the
Research Laboratory and Semi-Plant
In April 1934 Mr. Lykins came to
Aruba. Until his last assignment as divi-
sion superintendent, he had served as a
process designer in the Technical Service
Department; a group head in process
design and process control in TSD; and
as chief chemical engineer in TSD.
TO AVOID FOOT INJURIES--
walk, do not run, up or down stairs
Personnel Changes Made
In Industrial Relations
Organization changes in the Industrial
Relations Department last month saw
E. Byington assigned to the position of
assistant personnel manager. In his
new position Mr.
Byington will be
in charge of the
sion of the In-
will have under
the Employment i
Section and the
dination Section. .
In other orga-
nization changes E. ylington, named
in the same De- Assistant Personnel
apartment, the Manager
Transportation Division, Annuities awd
Benefits Division, and the clerical sec-
tion of the Employment Division were
consolidated into one group designated
as Office Administration. This group is
under the direction of C. C. Dunlap, who
was named to the position of office
supervisor. Under Mr. Dunlap's super-
vision will be the Transportation, the
Office, and the Service Divisions.
The Transportation Division, headed
by G. P. Hemstreet, will handle all
transportation arrangements, inbound
and outbound, for foreign staff, staff,
and regular employees.
The Office Division will be headed by
J. R. Reimel, with George Begin and
J. Geerman as assistant division heads.
Mr. Begin will have the foreign staff
employee section, handling all matters
pertaining to benefit plans, vacation and
furlough settlements, termination sett!e-
ments, inbound expense accounts, pay-
roll procedure, shipments and duty, and
employee records and files. Mr. Geerman
will serve as assistant division head of
the staff and regular employee section.
This section will handle all matters per-
taining to Sickness, Accident, Death
Benefit, Thrift, Retirement and Vacation
Plans; vacation settlements, employee
records and statistics such as absentee
and service records.
Service supervisor in charge of the
Service Division will be H. E. James.
This division will be responsible for all
stenographic, typing, and duplicating
work for the Office Administration
C-irls' Band Plays for Governor
The Falcon's Girls' Orchestra gave a
special performance at the home of Lt.
Gov. L. C. Kwartsz the evening of
August 30. Refreshments were served
after the group played several selections
for the Governor and his guests.
J. La Cruz, president of the Falcon
Club, spoke briefly, outlining the main
objects of the organization. The evening
ended with a few words of praise by
Gov. Kwartsz, expressing his apprecia-
tion of the work the Club is doing for
the good of the community.
In the presence of representatives from Lago's "other departments", Safety Supervisor C. N. Owen
ralse the new flnag which wll show the safety record of that group. Thus the remaining depart-
mrents in the refinery put their safety record on display alongside the ProceSSo hMarne. and
Mechanical Departments. In the greop above are or. J. .M. Van ogoPh f the Mervi
Department O. MIngus. of the Executive Department; J. M. Whiteley. of Technical Semil
J. J. Abedle. of Colony Service; Mr. 0*wl" T. C. Brown. of Accounting; and C. F. Smith, o
Announced in Shipyard
Four organization changes
announced in the Shlprd.
J. McBride was
dent in charge of
the Shipyard Di-
vision of the
craft foreman in
S charge of the
-VT J. Horsten. A. D.
ly Shipyard fore-
J. McBride maker) was ap-
reman, metal crafts; this group
now includes the welding and blacksmith
crafts, in addition to the boilermakers
and tinsmiths. J. Vachal was appointed
Shipyard craft foreman. Labor.
Gala Two-Day Carnival
Staged by Falcon Club
The Falcon Club staged a gala carni-
val and dance the nights of August 31
and September 1 at the Swingsters
Square Garden. The occasion was the
celebration of the Golden Jubilee of
The Garden was decorated appro-
priately for the occasion, with the mill-
ing throngs moving about in gaily-color-
A contest for the best individual cos-
tumes was held the first night, with
prizes going as follows: Best Dressed -
Willie Smith first and Josephia Llamas
second. First prize was a cocktail set
donated by Winkel and Zonen, and the
second prize was a pen and pencil set
from Pearl of the Orient.
In the Most Original division, Henry
Forte won first prize and E. Wilson
second. Mr. Forte received a toaster,
donated by Westinghouse, and the
runner-up was awarded a watch donated
by Pearl of the Orient.
In the Most Comical contest, first
prize went to Thomas Viapree, with
M. Fouchong taking second. First prize
was a clock from J. L. Nicholson, with
Pearl of the Orient donating a tea tray
for the second place winner.
Highlight ot the carnival's second
evening was the contest to determine
the best-dressed band. First prize, a
silver cup donated by Mi. Viana, went
to the Trinidad Band. This group dress-
ed in the colorful costumes of an Egyp-
tian tribe. Second prize was won by a
band advertising Kool Cigarettes, and a
consolation prize went to a band repre-
senting Persian princes.
SCHEDULE OF PAYDAYS
Friday, October 8
Saturday, October 23
September 16-30 Saturday, October 9
Seventy-eight years of Jersey service. 53 of it in Aruba, is the total years of Company service
achieved by th three mn above, all of whom will be leaving Lago shortly for retirement. Shown
talking over the early days at Logo are Harry Bensinger (left), of Colony Service; 0. 0. "Chic"
Ct."l (center), of the Process Department; and George Murphy, of M A C. Mr. Benslnger has
Total o 33 years service. 1 of It In Aruba; Mr. Castel has 2I years, 19 In Aruba; and
Mr. Murphy has 1 years, It of It In Aruba.
Creole Building Pip e ne
Between Maracaibo and Amuay
One of the world's biggest and most
up-to-date pipelines is being constructed
by the Creole Petroleum Corporation in
Venezuela at a cost of approximately
The pipeline, with diameters varying
from 24 to 26 inches, will move crude
oil from Creole's tank farm at U16 on
the eastern shores of Lake Maracaibo to
the Company's new refinery at Amuay
Bay, a distance of 153 miles.
Started May 1, 1947, the Ule-Amuay
pipeline is expected to be completed by
December 1, 1948. At that time Creole
engineers plan to start pumping oil
through the line at the rate of 200,000
barrels daily. By the end of the year
they intend to step the line up to its
capacity flow of between 300,000 and
325,000 barrels daily.
The Amuay refinery will process up
to 60,000 barrels of the Maracaibo crude
daily into petroleum products. The re-
mainder will be piped into storage tanks
from which it will later be shipped
aboard ocean tankers for delivery to
Lago's Former Marine Manager
Named to Standard-Vacuum Job
J. B. M. Howard, former marine man-
ager here, has been appointed assistant
manager of Standard-Vacuum Oil Com-
pany's marine department.
A U.S. Naval Academy graduate.
Mr. Howard had extensive experience
with Jersey Standard's world-wide
marine operations before joining Stan-
dard-Vacuum. Starting as a deck officer
on tankers in 1933, he later received his
master's papers and went on to occupy
important shore posts at New York,
Baltimore, Baton Rouge, Houston, and
Caripito, as well as Aruba and other
wellknown oil ports.
His mst recent assignment was in
London, as assistant general manager of
Esso Transportation Company, a Jersey
Standard affiliate. In his new position
he will assist W. F. Dunning in handling
the owned and chartered tankers which
fly the "Stanvac" flag throughout the
Mr. Howard came to Lago in 1942 as
assistant marine manger. He later
became marine manger, leaving here in
the early part of 1946.
Thomas Vries, pipefitter helper A in
the Pipe Department, died at his home
in Santa Cruz on August 23. He was 52
years of age.
Mr. Vries worked for the Company
from May 1930 until May 1942. He was
reemployed in 1944. He is survived by
his wife and four children.
Thomas Gentle, corporal C in the
Marine Department, died August 28.
Born in St. Vincent, Mr. Gentle was 41
years old. He had worked for the Com-
pany since May 27, 1942.
He is survived by a wife and child.
Bo ke bishita e lugar antiguo Volen-
dam, unda piscadornan ta bisti nan
trahe traditional ainda? Bo ke bishita
Volendam, Delft y La Haya?
Cumprando tarhetanan di loteria di
Cruz Roja bo tin e oportunidad ey y na
mcs tempo bo ta contribui pa un bon
doel. Obheto di e loteria ta pa bolbe
lamto hospital di Cruz Roja na La
Haya. Diez tarheta lo gana un biaha di
ida N buelta pa Holanda cu aeroplano,
cu 10 dia di estadia liber na Holanda. E
biaha por worde haci di mas tarda na
September 1949. Ademas tin 991 popchi
cu traha national como premionan
Cada kaarchi ta costa Fls. 2.50 y tin
20,000 sakA. E loteria lo hunga dia 1 di
December di mas tardA.
Aruba to Erect Statue
S11H.R.H. Princess Wilhelmina, for fifty
years ruler of the Netherlands Kingdom,
will be honored in Aru-ba by the erection
of a monument. The monument, a statue
of Her Highness, will be located at the
lagoon in Oranjestad, west of the Lt.
A small park will also be made at the
site of the statue.
A monument committee has been
formed for the purpose of raising money
to build the statue. Members of the
group are E. Bartels, chairman; Jan
Beaujon, vice-chairman; J. G. de Castro;
A. M. Carpay; R. van Hoorn; L. de
Hoop; C. H. G. Eman; H. Lichtveld; H.
M. Nassy, and A. Pinku.s. Other commit-
tee members, who will be in charge of
fund-raising activities in designated dis-
tricts, are Remigio Franken, Noord;
Jacinto Erasmus, Paradera and Tanki
Lendert; Jan Lade, Santa Cruz; and
Jose Bislick, Sabaneta.
Esso Adapts Wartime Fuel
As an Industrial Product
Application of thickened fuel a
wartime development that provided a
more effective fuel for flame throwers
and incendiary bombs as an industrial
product that will aid power generation
was reported recently by the Esso
Standard Oil Company.
The product is a fuel igniter made of
thickened Diesel oil that will fire stoker-
fed industrial boilers to full operating
steam pressure in 30 minutes compared
with eight hours usually required by
wood and local kindling. Reduction of
the time required for a full head of
steam eliminates the need for stand-by
emergency fires, the company pointed
out, and effects substantial savings in
The fuel igniter has a semi-fluid, jelly-
like consistency and can be applied in
nests along the boiler grate well in ad-
vance of use. It clings to the coal, burns
slowly, and with sufficient intensity to
fire the coal. A paper torch can be used
to ignite the fuel.
With only two games to be played
before the regular season ended, the
Caribe team last week headed the
entries in the Lago softball league.
Caribe was scheduled to play Baby Ruth
last Sunday. The only other game to be
played is a replay of the Bicho Malo-
Los Tigres game of September 5, which
ended after 14 innings in a 4-4 tie.
In the other game of September 5 the
Dodgers beat Baby Ruth, 2-1.
On September 12 Caribe edged out
Los Tigres, 1-0, and the Aruba Juniors
forfeited to the
of September 18 are as
Won Lost Av.
4 1 .800
4 2 .667
3 2 .600
3 2 .600
2 4 .333
2 4 .333
1 4 .200
W. E. Gruenberg
was this month
promoted to the
position of Group
Head B Utilities
Design in the Utili-
Group, Process Di-
vision, TSD. Mr.
with Lago as a
draftsman in 1942,
becoming a designer
later the same year.
He became an en-
gineer A In 1945,
and was made acting
group head B in
Utilities Design on
February 1, 2948.
Former Lagoite R. W. Baggaley
Named to Bayway M & C Job
Former Lagoite Robert W. Baggaley
has recently been appointed an assistant
regional engineer in the Bayway Re-
finery Mechanical Department.
A graduate of Texas A & M, Mr. Bag-
galey came to work for Lago in July
1942 as a student engineer. He later
became assistant zone supervisor in the
Mechanical Department. During his
years here Mr. Baggaley was also one of
the mainstays of the M & C softball
team, pitching for that club until his
transfer to Bayway last May 17.
Wano aExchange Stamps?
George V. Orban, a night supervisor
in the Marine Department at 30 Rocke-
feller Plaza in New York and a 23-year
Esso man, has written asking if anyone
would like to swap stamps with him. His
address for stamp collectors who may be
interested: 1961 61st St., Brooklyn 4,
New York, Box 25, Station Y.
Pedro Geerman di Accounting Depart-
ment a casa -urante su vacantie cu
Dolorita Keli,. Dia di nan matrimonio,
15 di September, Pedro su compafiero-
nan di trabao a regale nan un set di
eubierto di plata.
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First employee to retire under the new Retirement Plan was Antonio Geerman (second right) of the
Wharves, shown above with the coordinator of the Eastern and Western Divisions of the Process
Department, K. H. Repath, and Receiving and Shipping representatives. The occasion was a retire-
ment luncheon in Mr. Geerman's honor, which was held at the Esso Heights Dining Hall on Sep-
tember 14. Mr. Geerman became an annuitant on September 1, the dy the new Plan went into
effect. Shown above are Norman Bell, Mr. Repath, Ralph Watson, Mr. Geerman, and Juan C. Emers.
Promm empleado cu a retire bas di a Plan dl Retiro nobo ta Antonio Deerman, (di dos na banda
drechi) di Marine Wharves. AM riba nos ta mird hunto cu Hefe Interino di Process Kenneth H.
Repath y representantenan dl Receiving A Shipping. E ocaslon tabata un comemento dl despedida
na honor dl Sr. eoorman cu a tuma lugar na Esso Heights Dining Hall dia 14 di September. Riba
e portret nos ta mira di robes pa drechi: Norman Bell, Sr. Repath, Ralph Watson, Sr. Deerman
y Juan C. Emers.
Loteria di Cruz Roja Caribe Takes Lead In
Ta Duna Biaha Pa Holanda Sport Park Softball Loop
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1September 21, 194B
R. 0. Jackson. winner of the spe-
cial cup as the day's outstanding
athlete, wins the broad jump.
While the small boy at left looks on with interest, EAC Chairman
B. K. Chand pins a Queen's Birthday souvenir badge on Acting General
Manager O. Mingus.
Boys under 15 race for the tape.
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W. Williams breaks the tape to win
the 440-yard race.
Five mile flat race: I K V:
Decorated Bicycle Contest: I K
Weightliftlng: 132 lb. class: -
148 lb. class: i .
1B1 ib. class: -
Body Beautiful contest: !1..,l
100-yard race, apprentices under t
100-yards, open: I \ (,, % .
One-hail mile bicycle race: 1 I
Needle and thread, so yards, girl
i his .n .
Sack race, 50 yards, apprentices
3! (; ai,
220-yards open: I I.I .
Egg and spoon. 50 yards, ladles:
50-yard race, under 10 years: 1
100-yard race. apprentices: -
440-yard relay: I T hI.hln
Needle and thread, 50 yards,
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Three-legged race, 50 yards,
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Long jump, open: I It. i, Jlk
Two-mile cycle race: I Prt
Egg and spoon race, girls under
440-yard race, open: I \. V iI
50-yard race, ladies: I I'. Hi..
100-yard skipping race, girls
.; T 1 I -r11,L.n
One-mile bicycle race. free whee
High jump, open: \\. i. .
One-half mile race, open: i W
120-yard low hurdles, open: I -
Shot put, open: I -It. Ml ei.in. .
Three-legged race, 100 yards, op
miln 1,. 1fi]irii.
One-mile race, open: I W U, r
100-yard race, men 35 and
.- Gint elenr i.
Three-mile cycle race., racers on
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Contestants in the needle and thread race.
Contestants in the three-legged race for apprentices.
R. Mingo, winner of the five milt
Talking over the days events are EAC Chairman B. K. Chand
(back to camera) and, reading clockwise. A. C. Taylor, o.
the Esso News staff; C. F. Smith, of Industrial Relations.
and C. R. A. Bishop, an Olympiad offlclal.
S. Frederick, winner of the body beautiful contest.
Contestants in the sack race.
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TV. CIx jninning the high jump.
Cyclists rounding the
Contestants in the body
T. Johnson anchors the win-
ning team in the 440-yard
relay. Underneath the som-
brero at right is J. Geerman
of the Personnel Depart-
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K. Bonadle with his bicycle which won the decorated bicycle contest.
W. Cox (center) edges out R. Jackson to win the 100-yard dash.
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
ARUBA 2SO0 NEWS
September 24, 1940
To celebrate Brigitte R. Hodge's wedding to Jose S. Trappenberg. of the Personnel Department.
friends of the bride in the Utilities Division office presented a gift to her. Frank R. West is
shown making th presentation. The couple were married on August 2S at St. Theresa's Church,
and went to Caracas and Cura;ao on their honeymoon.
Who is this man? if you're like several dozen other Lago employees, you've seen him
aroemd, and even have a vague but incorrect idea where he works. The picture was
taken at the Sport Park while he was watching the Queen's Birthday events. In an
effort to Identify him, the picture has been shown to practically every Lago employee
but the man himself. One said he worked at the Colony Commissary. No one there
re egniled him, but someone said he worked at the Plant Commissary. Not so, they
aid there, but didn't he work at the Dry Dock? And the endless chain continued,
with several dxoen employees eventually seeing the picture, but with none able to
identify him. New the entire matter has pyramided into the moment's biggest mystery.
Who Is the man? What's his daughter's name? Where does he work? Will Dick Tracy
be able to outwit Ruthless Robin? Anyone with the answer is asked to notify the
Ese News office, phone 523. The first person to send in the correct answer will re-
eolve a free copy of last Christmas' edition of the Aruba Esso News.
S '- "
Winners of special awards at the gala dance at the Lago Club the night before the Queen's
Birthday are shown above. From left to right are C. R. Assang, leader of the forty-man Trinidad
band; Mrs. Sattaur Bacchus; Henry Forte, noted calypso singer whose costume was judged the
most beautiful of the night; and Percy Viapre., winner in the most comical costume contest.
On September ,. the day before Francis Jeffrey married Emily Richards at the Catholic Church
II OranJestad, the groom's fellow workers at the Golf Club presented him with a wedding gift.
Above, N. L. Holland (right) makes the presentation on behalf of the other employees.
The Trinidad Band. shown above, was the winner of the first prize Viana Cup at the Falcon Club
Carnival at the Swingsters Square Garden on August 31 and September 1, as well as winner of
the FIs. 300 top prize in the Oranjestad Competition the same week. Members of the group
dressed in colorful Egyptian costumes, armed with swords and spears. Leader of the group is
C. R. Assang.
The *trtuire going up above will be ruhe'; ,rst three story building when t'
eemlpleted. Its located on Sad Nicolas main street, and is being built for .
Om us edilfl skid bll cla ln to .m edlflcle dl tre pie di Aruba. E I
fiel* to ked dnm eaye i pall di Sam Nicelas.
The oldest employee in the Instrument Department got a big send-off this month when he left
the Company's service. He was Leopold Dean, one of the Lago oldtlmers who retired under the
Special Plan far overage employ**s. With men from the instrument Department grouped about
him, Mr. Dean (right) receives a handsome gold watch from E. J. Hillstead.
ARUBA SSo NEWS
September 24, 1948
LONG SERVICE AWARDS
CECIL C. BRISTOL (above left) started to work
for the Company on April 25, 1928 In the
Machinist Department. On February 6, 1929 he
was transferred to the Garage Department as a
mechanic. His service there has been continuous,
except for a S7-day leave of absence in 193Z.
Mr. Bristol is now a subforeman B. EDGAR J.
HILLSTEAD (above right) was first employed
by the Standard Oil Company of Indiana at
Sugar Creek, Missouri from March 12, 1928 to
February 8, 1930. He was off their payroll for
11 days while attending the University of
Kansas, returning to work on August 9, 1930.
On March 24, 1931 he came to Lago as a 2nd
class helper in the Engineering Division. On
September 1, 1934 he was transferred to the
Instrument Department as instrument engineer.
His service in that department has continued to
now, and he is a general foreman (temporary).
ALEXANDER McCALLUM (above left) joined
Lago Shipping Company, Ltd. on March 14, 1928
as second engineer on the 55 "Punta Benitez".
The same year he became chief engineer of the
"lcotea". Except for a leave of absence in 1936
and again in 1937, Mr. McCallum has had con-
tinuous service with the Lake Fleet. He has ben
the chief engineer of the "Tia Juana", the "Hooi-
berg", the "lnverrosa". the "Yamanota", the
"Ule", the "Quiriquiquire", and the "Caripito'.
Since January 1, 1946 he has served aboard the
"Temblador". ERNEST RUSH (above right) join.
ed the Lago Shipping Company, Ltd., in the Unit-
ed Kingdom as second engineer on July 23. 1928.
When he arrived in Aruba on August 15, 1928
he was assigned to the "Yarranota". On Septem-
ber 29, 1928 he was promoted to chief engineer
on the same vessel. For the past five years
Mr. Rush has been employed chiefly as a reliev-
Ing chief engineer, and has served on every
vessel in the Lake Fleet.
FREDERICK W. SWITZER (above left) started
to work for the Company on September 20. 1928
as an engineer in the Engineering Division. His
entire 20 years service has been wholly as-
sociated with that department and has been at-
tained without a single deductible absence. Mr.
Switzer is now chief engineer. DAVID WILSON
(above right) was originally employed by the
Company from September 30, 1928 until April
20, 1929. He was officially put on the payroll
on April 21. 1929 as a gauger helper in the
Receiving and Shipping Department and worked
there until May, 1936, when he was transferred
to the Utilities Department as a process helper
B. His service in this department has been
continuous and his 20 years service has been
attained without a single deductible absence.
Mr. Wilson's present title is controlman.
Veld Nobo banda di Sport Park
Pa Eventonan AtlItico
Un veld atl6tico nobo banda di Sport
Park a keda di habri, Diadomingo, 19 di
September, cu un wega di futbal entire
San Nicolas Jrs. y team Hollandia di
Oranjestad. E ganadornan lo keda cu un
copa dunn pa e joyero E. H. Raghunath.
Cu ceremonianan adecuado habrimen-
to official lo tuma lugar. Obheto principal
di e veld ta pa por tene dos competitive
pareeuw na Sport Park.
Thomas Robbins Chiel
James Connelly Chief
George Tweddle Chief
David McWhirr Chiel
M. & C. Admin.
Rec. & Shipping
Rec. & Shipping
Rec. & Shipping
f Engineer, Marine
f Engineer, Marine
Korfbal, Soccer To Start
Sept. 26 at Sport Park
STwo new Lago Sport Park activities,
korfbal and soccer, are due to get under
way on Sunday afternoon, September 26.
The korfbal league will consist of women
At the end of the competition,
trophies will be presented to the cham-
pionship teams in each tourney, with
special awards going to the outstanding
player in each sport.
At press time it was not definitely
known at what time the games would
take place. However, the korfbal games
will probably be played at either 3:30 or
4 Sunday afternoons, with the soccer
matches to follow at either 4:30 or 5.
Coordinator for both leagues is E. J.
Huckleman. Members of the steering
committee for soccer are H. M. Nassy,
chairman; J. Geerman; F. Dirksz; J. La
Cruz; A. H. Rasul; and N. Kock. The
steering committee for korfbal consists
of J. De Vries, chairman; M. Lashley;
J. Abrahams; and G. Schwengle.
OLYMPIAD Continued from page 1
Brown making the presentations.
Special credit for the effective opera-
tion of the day's activities should go to
Coordinator E. J. Hu.ckleman and the
Olympiad officials. Officials, in addition
to Mr. Huckleman, included D. Glyn
Williams, H. McGibbon, M. E. Inniss,
S. Malmberg, F. Acosta, H. M. Nassy,
W. Van Putten, C. Bryson, A. Dennie,
P. Hilaire, I. Homer, M. Lashley, R. E.
A. Martin, S. Greene, R. B. Rohoman,
J. Francisco, B. Douglas, E. M. Gairy,
C. R. A. Bishop, R. Jack, G. Lambert,
C. Hassell, A. H. Rasul, J. Daniel,
W. Arrindell, D. Sibilo, J. L. Ferrol,
A. F. A. Obispo, H. Brereton, C. Mark,
D. N. Solomon, C. McDonald, F. Ed-
wards, N. Baptiste, J. Geerman, E. Tul-
loch, J. De Freitas, F. Dirksz, W. W.
Lejuez, D. Vlaun, H. E. Van Vliet,
R. Van Blarcum, A. L. Lewis, H. Baynes,
J. Walker, and E. Trappenberg.
Top Ladies' Cricket Teams Lago Golf Team Beats
Meet at Lago Sport Park CPIM Here Last Weekend,
Two cricket matches between out-
standing Curacao and Aruba women's
teams were scheduled for last weekend
Jat the Lago Sport Park. The Invincible
Ladies Cricket Club of Curacao was due
to meet Aruba's Golden Arrow team in a
trial match on Saturday and a test
match on Sunday.
The Invincible team arrived in Aruba
last Saturday morning, and the trial
match was scheduled to begin about
The test match was scheduled for 10
o'clock Sunday morning. This was the
first in a series of matches to be played
between the two teams, with the winner
of two successive matches to win per-
manent possession of a trophy offered
by P. Alexander, Atlas Products repre-
Miss C. La Vega is captain of the
Aruba team, with Miss Brook leading
the visitors from Curaqao.
The Curacao team planned to return
to their home last Monoday.
Arangements for the match were
handled by George Sealy, of the Dry
Dock, who is manager and coach of the
Aruba team, and by E. J. Huckleman,
Sport Park coordinator.
H. F. Couzy was
this month promoted
to the position of
Group Head B -
Section II In the
Development and Ex.
Division, TSD. Mr.
Couzy started with
Lago in 1933 as an
operator 4th class
in the Process Lab.
He became an oper-
ator 2nd class in
1937, and an as-
Sistant operator the
same year. He served
successively as che-
SV mist I. shift leader.
group head C shift
leader, and chemist
golfers listed first):
vs. Scherrkogel %
vs. Larlve 0
vs. De Bruin 0
vs. Fosbrook 2
vs. Euwe 0
vs. Coetaee 0
vs. Lepelaars 0
vs. Donker %
vs. Crane 0
vs. Weese. /
vs. Rosenthal 0
vs. Barbour 0
vs. van Krimpen 0
The visitors arrived here Friday, Sep-
tember 17, and during their stay were
entertained and feted by the members of
the Lago team. While here they also had
an opportunity to make a tour of the
island. A farewell banquet was held in
their honor at the Esso Dining Hall the
evening of September 19.
E. F. McCoart is the captain of the
Lago golf team. Lago's entertainment
committee was made up of N. L. Hol-
land, M. R. Holly, W. C. Huffman, W. V.
Stephens, and Mr. McCoart.
The Lago club's executive committee
is composed of F. E. Griffin, chairman;
C. W. Walker, vice chairman; J. M.
McBride, secretary; H. Orr, treasurer;
and N. Holland, commissioner.
The Ajax 11 won the Queen's Cup when it beat P.O.V.A. in the final match of the Queen's Birth-
day competition In Oranjestad. Score of the game was 4-1 in favor of Ajax. Earlier in the
series of matches Ajax beat the Dutch Force, Marlke. 1--0, and defeated Buball. 2-1. Ajax
players above are left to right standing N. Kock (manager), Captain R. Tromp, M. Maduro,
J. Maduro, A. Maduro, E. Capriles, J. Maduro (Lale), and J. De La C. Maduro; in front are
c. Arends, S. Maduro. T. Wever, M. Maduro. and P. Kock; not pictured are A. Henrigues, N. F.
Jansen. and J. A. Rodrlgues.
Members of the P.O.V.A. team are shown below. In front are P. Putten. H. Achterberg,
H. V. Deutokom, and H. Kemperman. Kneeling behind them are M. Roggeveen, P. Koaistra, and
A. Bilderbeek. Standing are Hector Tobias (manager). L. Pepermans, A. Westerrink (manager),
P. V. Rijn, H. Tuinenberg, C. Brinkenberg, A. Hilhorst. and W. Dennis-e.
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Scoring 43 Points to 13
The Lago golf team beat the CPIM
team from Curagao, 43 points to 13, in
matches played at the Golf Club here
last Saturday and Sunday. Lago scored
81/ points the first day against 91/2 for
the visitors. The Lago players came
back the second day, however, to easily
outpoint the CPIM squad.
Scores of the first day's foursomes
were as follows (Lago players listed
Reevo-Repath 1A vs. Scherrkogel-Larive 1%
Gaber-Chad 2 vs. De Bruln-Fosbrook I
MoorsKeorsko 2 vs. .u-,e.Srbour I
eBnslnger-Snbret 2 vs. Ooetze-.Donker
Cleeggs-bmth vs. Lepolaars-Crann 2
Hayes-Oreserson 0 vs. Weese-Rosenthal 3
Scores of the twosomes played Sunday
ARUBA KIlO NEWS a-
ptembw 14, 1*48
Friends of F. Christlaans at the Carpenter Shop presented him with a gift honoring his marrit
to Maria B. De Cuba on August 12 at the Sabaneta Church. While the others look on, E. P. Lat
(left) makes the presentation to Mr. Christiaans.
One of the special retiIees last month was Johannes Feliciano, a Lago employee for almost
IS years. Above, Mr Feliciano (center) receives a gift front his fellow workers in the Field
Engineers office. Isidoro Croes is making the presentation.
Curagao Lo Haya Hotel Luhoso Aruba Lo Lamta Estatua
Ya nan ta preparando e sitio caba pa
cuminza construction di Curacao su
hotel luhoso banda di lamar na Decem-
ber. E hotel lo tin siete piso y 63 kam-
ber. Algun di e kambernan lo tin aire
condicionado, ademas di lugarnan mane-
ra comedor y sala. E plannan ta inclui
un casino, gancha di tennis y un piscina.
Gobierno ta preparando e lugar di
construction y despues lo entregu4 na e
compania cu ta fabric e hotel.
Pa Honra Wilhelmina
Su Alteza Real Prinses Wilhelmina, cu
a goberna Reino Holandes 50 anja largo
lo worde honrA aki na Aruba cu un
E monument lo worde poni mei-mei
di un parque riba Klip, p'abao di cas di
Tin un Comit6 formal pa colecta fondo
pa tal obheto.
Over 300 Children Enjoy
Falcon's Kids Carnival
Dances, parades, carnivals, athletic
events, and practically every other form
of entertainment commemorated the
fiftieth anniversary of the reign of Queen
Wilhelmina. For over 300 children,
though, probably the top event in the
*4 week-long celebration was the children's
carnival put on by the Falcon Club at
the Swingsters Square Garden.
S Held August 30, the carnival attracted
children from all over San Nicolas. With
over 50 of them entering the costume
S contests, the judges awarded prizes to
12 who were judged the best. Judges of
the competition were Mesdames Assing
age and Tullock, and Miss La Tique.
tig Free drinks and ice cream were pro-
vided for the children. The drinks were
furnished by the Viana Bottling Com-
pany, and the ice cream by Mr. Baynes,
proprietor of the Premier Saloon.
One of the main features of the enter-
tainment offered was the showing of
_'e three comedy reels by Capt. W. E. Por-
S ter, of the Marine Department.
Prizes for the contest were donated by
/ Pearl of the Orient, Maria Pinkus, Aruba
Post, George Rombley, A. Hickinson,
C. C. Charles, S. Flocker, B. Marcellin.
J. L. Nicholson, and the Aruba Trading
Around the Plant
Richard Brown, known in the refinery
as "Old Timer", was presented with a
grandfather chiming clock by his fellow
employees in the Central Tool Room on
August 28, the day of his retirement.
Mr. Brown is one of the long-time Lago
employees who left the Company under
the special retirement plan.
H. A. Lambertson, acting general
foreman of the department, presented
the gift on behalf of Mr. Brown's friends
and fellow workers.
Pedro Geerman, of the Accounting
Department's Service Division, was
married September 15 to Dolorita Kelly.
The day of the wedding the couple re-
ceived a silver service set from em-
ployees in the Service Division. Mr.
Geerman is presently on vacation.
A son. Lloyd Heynste. to Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Gabl el. Augtust 2 1.
A son. LutI Dominico. to Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo
Kelly. August 2\4.
A IauRhter. Kharmel Annetta, to Mr. and Mrs.
Hc-ni John. Augu it 2-..
A danuhIte A.s Mathilda. to Mr. and Mrs.
Fianl Monte. August 25.
A son. ),land, LAindlor, to Mi., and Mrs. En-
calllnalion ielinandez. Aiigtit 2i.
A daughithl. lMaia, to iMr. and Mrs. Anselmo
Maduo, A l iilust 27.
A son. W\nmstin O'BnLn. to itr. .and Mrs. Em-
moaniuel almner, AitLnuL 27.
A s t- Silblo \ lllo to Mr anid Mrs. iliinio
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Gives' First Performance
The recently-organized local Philhar-
monic Orchestra gave its first perfor-
mance at De Veer's Theater the night of
August 30. The orchestra'Es appearance
was part of the Jubilee Show presented
by the ANV of Aruba. Conductor of the
group is Clarance Van Putten.
group is Clnrance Van Puttcn.
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