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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 1977
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Laao Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.

Aruba, Netherlands Antilles


VOL. 38 No. 2


February 1977


Roy M. Douglas Named a Director and a Vice President of Lago March 1
As of March 1, 1977, Roy M. Dou- years later he was transferred to the Manager of the Marine Sales Depart-
glas will join Lago as a Director and Cargo Trading Department of Exxon ment. Subsequently, in 1975, he as-
a Vice-President. International in New York and, subse- sumed his current responsibilities of
Mr. Douglas is currently Planning quently in 1971, he was appointed Planning Manager, Supply and Trans-
Manager of the Supply and Transpor- Manager of the Market Planning Divi- portation Department, Exxon Interna-
tation Department of Exxon Interna- sion of the Trading Department and tional Inc.
tional, New York. a few months thereafter Manager of Roy M. Douglas is married and has


a Trading Division. In 1974 noy mov-
ed up and was appointed Assistant


wt o sons, seventeen (17) and fifteen
(15) years old, respectively.


On January 10, 1977, Robert D.
Arends rejoined Lago as an Engineer
in the Instument and Electrical Engi-
neering Section of the Technical De-
partment. A 1972 scholarship reci-
pient under the Lago Educational As-
sistance Program (LEAP), Robby ear-
lier this month graduated from the
University of New Haven, Connecti-
cut, U.S.A., with a Bachillor of Science
Degree in Electrical Engineering. He
initially studied for two years at Mit-
chell College, New London, Connecti-
cut. He was accompanied by his fa-
mily during his 4-year study in the
U.S.A.
Robby began at Lago on October 1,


Saturnino i. Giel a Ser Promovi Februari 1

Pa Tecnico diEngenieria Den Mechanical-MP&C


Dia 1 di Februari, 1977, Saturnino
(Nino) J. Giel a ser promovi pa Engi-
neering Technician den Mechanical-


IAI
R. M. Douglas


Mr. Douglas holds a Bachillor of
Arts in political science and econo-
mics from St. Ambrose College, Iowa,
and a Master of Arts in labor and in-
dustrial relations from the University
of Illinois. He began his career with
Exxon in 1962 in the Employee Rela-
tions Department in Exxon Research
and Engineering, Linden, New Jersey.
In 1966, he was named Manager of
the Engineering Corporate Services
Department of that Company. Two


S. J. Glel
Materials, Planning & Controls Divi-
sion y a bira miembro di gerencia.
Nino a cuminza su carrera na La-


go na September 1954 como un Ju-
nior Clerk den Mechanical-Adminis-
tration. El a avanza pa File Clerk na
1957 y mas despues el a ocupa e po-
sicionnan di Shop Clerk II, Job Order
Clerk, Utility Clerk promer cu el a bi-
ra Junior Engineering Assistant A na
1963.
El a haya promocion pa Enginee-
ring Assistant B na 1964 y a bira un
Engineering Assistant A na 1968. El
ta un Senior Assistant for di Novem-
ber 1972. Na 1973, tambe el a actua
como Mecanical Supervisor den Me-
chanical-Central Tool Room. For di
segundo parti di anja pasa, Nino ta
involve den e operation di e mini-
computer den Planning & Control
Zone.
Un graduado di MULO di Domini-
cus College, Nino a sigi various curso
na Lago, incluyendo Typemento, Ef-
fective Writing, Remedial English y
General Equipment Application.
Despues di trabao, Nino ta disfruta
di music y deported.
Nino y su cash Ana tin tres yiu mu-
her: Jerilyn (12) Suzette (11) y Erika
(6). Familia Giel ta biba na Boegoe-
roei 2-A Noord.


R. D. Arend


1962, as an Electrician Helper "B" in
the Mechanical Electrical Section.
He was a 1961 graduate in Electrical
Engineering from the Aruba John F.
Kennedy Technical School and com-
pleted a one-year Lago Industrial Pre-
paratory Program in 1962 prior to
joining Lago.
He was promoted to Electrician "A"
in December 1966 and held the posi-
tion of Senior Engineering Assistant
in the Mechanical Engineering Divi-
sion in 1972, when he was awarded
the LEAP scholarship.
Robby's initial assignment will in-
clude participation in the execution
(Continued on page 2)


LEAP Student Robert D. Arends Returns To

Lago With an Electrical Engineering Degree


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS January 1977


Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.


Senior Editor: A. Werleman Photographs by: Joe's Photographic Service
Editor : Mrs. L 1. de Cuba Printer : Verenigde Antlillaanse DrukkerlJen N.V.


Saturnino J. Giel Promoted to Engineering

Technician in Mechanical-MP&C February 1st


Effective February 1, 1977, Satur-
nino (Nino) J. Giel was promoted to
Engineering Technician in Mechani-
cal Materials, Planning & Controls
Division and attained management
status.
Nino began his career at Lago in
September 1954 as a Junior Clerk in
Mechanical Administration. He ad-
vanced to File Clerk in 1957 and sub-
sequently held the positions of Shop
Clerk II, Job Order Clerk, Utility Clerk
before becoming a Junior Engineering
Assistant A in 1963.
He earned promotion to Enginee-
ring Assistant B in 1964 and to Engi-
neering Assistant A in 1968. He has
been a Senior Assistant since Novem-


ber 1972. In 1973, he also acted as
a Mechanical Supervisor in Mechani-
cal Central Tool Room. Since the
second part of last year, Nino has
been involved in the operation of the
mini-computer in Planning & Control
Zone.
A MULO graduate of the Dominicus
College, Nino took several courses
at Lago, including Typing, Effective
Writing, Remedial English and Gene-
ral Equipment Application.
Off the job, Nino enjoys music and
sports.
Nino and his wife have three daugh-
ters : Jerrilyn (12), Suzette (11) and
Erika (6). The Giel family lives at
Boegoeroei 2-A, Noord.


Dia 10 di Januari, 1977 Robert D.
Arends a sigui su carera na Lago, pe-
ro awor como ingeniero den Seccion
di Instrumentacion y Electricidad di
Departamento Technico. Na 1972 el
a recibi un beca bao di condicionnan
di e plan di Lago cu jama Lago Edu-
cational Assistance Program (LEAP),
y na cuminzamento di e luna aki el a
caba su estudionan na Universidad
di New Haven, Estado Connecticut di
Merca. El a bira bachiller den Elec-
trotechnica. Promer dos anja Robby
a studia na Mitchell College, New
London den Estado Connecticut. Du-
rante henter su period di studio di
cuater anja su famia tabata hunto cu
ne.
Robby a cuminza traha na Lago dia
1 di October 1962, como Electricista
"B", den Seccion di Electricidad di
Mechanical. Na 1961 el a haya diplo-

Leap Student Arends
(Continued from page 1)
of electrical modernization projects.
In his spare time, he enjoys playing
football, tennis, reading, travelling
and photography.
Robby and his wife Francisca have
three daughters, ages 6, 3 and 1 year.
They live in Seroe Colorado.


ma di Electrotechnica na School
Technico John F. Kennedy na Aruba.
El a pasa un anja di practice cerca
Lago, bao compania su Industrial
Preparatory Program na 1962. Des-
pues di a complete esey el a cumin-
za traha na Lago.
Su promocion pa Electricista "A"
a sigi na December 1966, y e puesto
ey el a keda cu ne te cu el a bira Se-
nior Engineering Assistant den Me-
chanical na 1972. E anja ey el a ha-
ya un beca pa bai studia for di Aruba.
Robby su promer encargonan di
trabao lo ta cooper den projectonan
di modernisacion electric cu ta en


Recently Junior Chamber In-
ternational honored Modesto
Ruiz of Lago's Controller's
Dept. (2nd, left) as a new
JCI Senator, along with Roy
van Putten. At left is Aruba
J a y c e e President Thomas
Quandus, with Jaycee Past
President Bert de Cuba of
MCS-Technlcal, at right.


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Reclentemente, Junior Cham-
ber International a honra Mo-
desto RuIz di Controller's
Dept. (2do dl robez) como un Senador nobo di JCI, hunto cu Roy van Putten. Na robez
ta Presldente dl Jaycee Thomas Quandus y Pasado Presidente Bert de Cuba.


Robert D. Arends Ta Bolbe na Lago Despues

Di a Gradua Como Ingeniero Electrotecnico


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Roy M. Douglas Ta Ser
Nombra Un Director y Un
Vice President Di Lago
Dia 1 di Maart 1977 Roy M. Dou-
glas ta drenta servicio di Lago como
un Director y a la vez Vice Presiden-
te.
Actualmente Sr. Douglas ta Geren-
te di Planeamento den Departamento
di Abastecimento y Transportacion di
Exxon International, New York.
Sr. Douglas ta bachiller di Artenan
y Economia, recibi di Ambrose Colle-
ge, estado Iowa, y ta Maestro di Arte
den Asuntonan Laboral recibi di Uni-
versidad di estado Illinois. El a cu-
minza su carera cu Exxon na 1962
den Departamento di Relacionnan La-
boral cu Exxon su compania encargA
cu investigation Cientifico e Ingenie-
ra na Linden, New Jersey. Na 1966
el a keda nombra Gerente di Departa-
mento encargA cu Servicionan di In-
genieria di e compania ey. Dos anja
despues el a pasa pa departamento
cu ta atende cu carganan cu ta dren-
ta y sali cu Exxon international na
New York. Na 1971 el a keda nom-
bra Gerente di Division di Planea-
mento di Ventas den Departamento
di Ventas, birando Gerente di henter
e Departamento ey algun luna des-
pues. Na 1974 Roy a recibi promo-
cion y a bira Gerente Asistente di De-
partamento di Ventanan Maritimo.
Despues di esey na 1975 el a asumi
su encargo actual di Gerente di Pla-
neamento di Departamento di Abas-
tecimento y Transportacion di Exxon
International Inc.
Roy M. Douglas ta casA y e tin dos
yiu homber di respectivamente 17 y
15 anja di edad.


curso awor.
Den su tempo liber e ta gusta voet-
bal, tennis, leza, biaha y fotografia.
Robby y su esposa Francisca tin
tres yiu muher di 6, 3 y 1 anja. Nan
ta biba na Seroe Colorado.








February 1977A


Aruba Youth Carnival Queen Crowned By President L. R. Raymond


Esso Club Carnival Queen Election


Esso Club Carnival Queen Nurls Dablan (r) was
crowned by Lago President Lee Raymond. At left
is Runner-Up Glenda Henriquez, with 1975 Esso
Club Carnival Queen Maureen Wever in back-
ground.


- Feb. 9


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Marlstella Geerman was elected Youth Carni-
val Queen from among 23 candidates (at left)
and crowned by Lago President L. R. Ray-
mond. On her left Is Runner-Up Malrin Croes
and Youth Carnival President Modesto Ruiz,
with 1976 Youth Carnival Queen Mariana Wer-
leman at extreme right

- January 22


The five candidates for 1977 Esso Club Carnival Queen were (left to right): Nurls

Dabian, Glenda Henriquez, Alicia Croes, Engelbertha Ruiz (elected Miss Amity),

Eleonor Croes, with Ruben Schwengle (at left) acting as Master of Ceremonies.


Esso Club Youth Carnival Queen Election January 21


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Candidates for Esso Club Youth Carnival Queen (left to right): Jacky Peterson, Lago's Process Manager Oystein Dahle crowned
Alexia Semeleer, Lucia Maduro, Gwendolyn Wever and Edith Haalen, with 1975 Esso Club Carnival Youth Queen Edith Haalen.
Carnival Youth Queen for Esso Club, in background, center Master of Ceremonies Runner-up Alexia Semeleer Is at left, with 1975
was Roro Hernandez. Carnival Youth Queen Magaly Maduro (r).


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ARUBA ESSO


Centrally Located Mini
In order to handle the maintenance
requirements of the refinery more ef-
ficiently, four mini-warehouses are be-
ing built at centrally located areas
throughout the refinery. The first of
these satellite warehouses is located
across the road immediately in front
of Pipestill No. 6 and was officially put
into service in mid 1976. The other
three mini-buildings will be construct-
ed at strategic points on the HDS flat,
East Tank Farm area and near the
SAR Plant in the near future.
Soon, Lago maintenance men in
need of small items for routine jobs
out in the field will not have to go all
the way to the Materials Division to
obtain this material. Now they will
simply select the material they need
from rows of shelves supermarket
style in the unmanned mini-ware-
house nearest to their work location.
Under jurisdiction of the Materials
Division Operations Section, these
satellite mini-warehouses will carry
certain quantities of items such as
victualic couplings and accessories,
gaskets, machine bolts, pipe clamps,
steel nipples and certain types of val-
ves used routinely in maintenance


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NEWS February 1977


Give Quick Access To Materials


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work. With the establishment of these
self-service mini-warehouses, it will
not be necessary to carry stocks of
materials normally available in the mi-
ni-warehouses at other storage loca-
tions. Materials Division personnel
will replenish these items every Fri-
day so that at all times there will al-
ways be a given quantity at the site.
The materials are selected to suit the
needs of the units in the area and
will be available strictly for use by
Company maintenance personnel. Use
by others is strictly prohibited.


Mini Depositonan Central Situa Ta Duna

Empleados Acceso Rapido Na Materialnan


Pa por trata e requerimientonan
di mantencion di refineria mas eficien-
temente, cuatro mini-dep6sito ta ser
construe na lugarnan centralmente lo-
calizA den henter refineria. E promer
dep6sito satelite aki ta keda na otro
banda di camina net dilanti di Pipe-
still No. 6 y a ser oficialmente poni
den servicio na mitar di 1976. E otro
mini-dep6sitonan lo ser construi na
puntonan estrategico ariba terreno di
HDS, y distritonan di tanki parti pari-
ba y parti pabao cerca di SAR Plant
den future cercano.
Pronto empleadonan di Lago cu
ta haci trabao di mantencion y kende-
nan tin mester di articulonan chikito
pa trabaonan di rutina den plant lo
no tin mester di bai mas te na Mate-
rial Division pa busca e materialnan


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aki. Awor nan lo simplemente sco-
ge e material cu nan mester for di e
carreda di rekki estilo supermar-
ket den e mini-dep6sito sin hende
na warda cual ta keda mas cerca di
nan lugar di trabao.
Bao di autoridad di Materials Divi-
sion Operations Section, e mini-de-
p6sitonan satelite aki lo mantene cier-
to cantidadnan di articulonan manera
"victualic coupling" y accesorionan,
gasket, machine bolt, clamp pa tube-
ria, "nipples" di staal y cierto canti-
dadnan di valves usA como rutina den
trabao di mantencion. Cu e estable-
cimiento di e unidadnan aki, pa "self-
service", lo no ta necesario mas pa
tene stock di materialnan normalmen-
te obtenible na e mini-dep6sitonan aki
na otro lugarnan di warda material.
This is the first of some four
mini-warehouses of Materials
Division to be built at cen-
tral locations in the refinery,
which will provide quicker
access to materials.
Esaqul ta di promer dl 4 mi-
nl-deposlto dl Materials Di-
vision cu lo ser trata na lu-
garnan central den refinerla,
cual lo duna access rapldo
na materlalnan.


The first selfservice mini-
warehouse is across the
road south of Pipestill No.
6. Its over 70 bins con-
tain many different items.



E prome selfservice mini-
deposito ta na otro ban-
da di camina pa zuid di
Pipestill No. 6. Su mas
di 70 bakinan ta contene
hopi diferente articulos.


The pilot "mini-supermarket" mea-
sures 12 ft. x 20 ft. and has three con-
crete walls, while the front section is
partially closed off with cyclone fenc-
ing. Lining the longest wall, directly
opposite the entrance, are several
rows of shelves which hold up to 40
different items, while on the side
walls the supply of gaskets are hung.
In much less time now, the mainten-
ance man will be able to select,
or substitute whatever material he
needs for his job.
The small building, which was con-
structed by Company forces, will be
open at all times to Company person-
nel. The pilot unit will help determine
what other improvements must be
made on subsequent mini-warehouses
to provide faster and better service
in the field.

Personal di Materials Division lo po-
ne mas articulonan acerca tur Dia-
bierna pa asina tur ora bai tin un
cierto cantidad na e lugarnan aki.
E materialnan ta ser select pa sa-
tisface e necesidad di e plantanan
den vecindario y semper lo ta dispo-
nible estrictamente pa uso door di
personal di mantencion di Compania.
Uso door di otronan ta estrictamente
prohibit.
E "mini-supermarket" di prueba aki
ta midi 12 pia x 20 pia y tin tres mu-
raya di concrete, mientras cu su par-
ti dilanti ta parcialmente cerr6 cu wa-
ya diki. Canto di e muraya mas lar-
go, directamente dilanti di e entrada,
tin cuatro carreda di rekki cual por
carga te cu 40 diferente articulo,
mientras cu na murayanan na cada
banda tin un cantidad di gasket ta
colga.
E edificio chikito, cual a ser con-
strui door di empleadonan di Compa-
na, awor lo ta habri tur ora pa perso-
nal di Lago. E unidad di prueba aki
lo yuda determine otro mehoramien-
tonan necesario ariba e siguiente mi-
ni-depositonan pa duna mehor y mas
rtpido servicio den plant.








ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Gregorlo Thomas of Industrial Security,
who completed 15 years of service on De-
cember 3, 1976, receives his service watch
from Industrial Security Administrator Jim
Brooke in the presence of Security Cap-
tain Roman Croes (at left) and security
Lieutenant F. V. Brooks.


Gregorio Thomas dl Industrial Security,
kende a cumpli 25 anja di servicio Decem-
ber 3, ta recibl su oloshi for di Adminis-
trador di Industrial Security Jim Brooke
den presencla di Security Captain Ro-
man Croes (na robez) y Security Lieute-
nant F. V. Brooks.


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Jean H. E. Balz of Mechanical Materials
receives his 25-year service watch on Fe-
bruary 7, 1977 from Vice President John
Gibbs in the presence of (I to r) M. Ange-
la, M. Dupersoy and Mechanical Manager
G. F. Lorenson.




Jean H. E. Balz dl Mechanical Materials
ta recibi su oloshi di 25 anja di servicio
February 7 for di Vice President John
Gibbs den presencia di (r pa d) M. Ange-
la, M. Dupersoy y Gerente di Mechanical
G. F. Lorenson.


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Theodor Koolman of Mechanical Metal
Trades completed 25 years of service on
January 24, 1977 and receives his gold
watch from Division Superintendent of
M&C Luis AnJle in the presence of Zone
Supervisor Ro. Amaya.





Guillermo Tromp of Mechanical Clean-
out celebrated 25 years of service on Ja-
nuary 25, 1977 and is presented his ser-
vice watch by M&C Division Superinten
dent Luis Anjle, while Ro Amaya looks on.


Dr. J. Waasdorp (2nd I) Medical Dept. ac-
cepts his 25-year watch from Vice Presi-
dent John R. Gibbs on the occasion of his
service anniversary Feb. 11. Witnessing
the presentation are Dr. W. Beerman and
Dr. A. Melners.





Dr. J. Waasdorp (2do robez) dl Medical
Dept. ta acepta su oloshl dl 25 anja for
di Vice Presidente John R. Gibbs arlba
ocaslon di su anlversarlo di serviclo Fe-
bruarl 11. Tambe na e presentaclon ta
Dr. W. Beerman y Dr. A. M6lneri.


February 1977







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Ten Schools Pledge to Participate in 1977

Science Fair Exhibition March 26 April 1


The Aruba Science Fair Committee
has decided that the public exhibition
of the science projects will be held
from March 26 through April 1, 1977
in Sociedad Bolivariana. A total of 68
projects, 32 in the individual catego-
ry and 36 in the group category, will
be on display for the public starting
on the date of opening, Saturday,
March 26, 1977, from 4-9 p.m. On
Sunday, March 27, the Science Fair
will be open from 10 a.m. till 6 p.m.
and during the week from Monday
through Friday (March 28 April 1)
from 4 p.m. 8 p.m.

Over 160 students are taking part
in this year's Science Fair from the
following schools: J. F. Kennedy
Technical School (2 individual and 5
group projects): Martin Luther King
Technical School (4 individual and 13
group projects); Colegio Arubano (1
group project); Antonius College (7
group projects); John Wesley Col-
lege (3 individual and 1 group pro-
ject); Maria College (22 individual and
3 group projects); Tarabana Techni-
cal School (1 group project); Princess



LAGO SCHOLARSHIPS

The Lago Scholarship Foundation will
award a number of scholarships again
this year to qualifying students in the
Aruban community.
Scholarships application forms for the
academic year 1977-78 and related
Information are available at Lago's
Training Section Employee Rela-
tions Dept., Room 164, in the General
Office Building (Main Office), Tele-
phone 2527. The deadline for sub-
mitting completed forms is March 31,
1977:


BECA DI LAGO

Lago Scholarship Foundation e anja
aqul atrobe lo otorga un clerto canti-
dad di beca na estudlantes cu cuall-
fici den comunidad Arubano.
Formularionan di aplicacon pa beca
pa e anja academic 1977-1978 y In-
formaclon relaclona ta disponible na
Seccion dl Entrenamento di Lago den
Depto. di Employee Relations, Cuarto
164, na Oficina Principal. Telefon 2527.
E fecha final pa entrega e formularlo-
nan yeni ta Maart 31, 1977.


Christine Comercial School (ETAO) LS U L I A It
(1 group project); Home Economics r...
School Paso Sigur (2 group projects);
and Filomena College (1 individual
and 2 group projects).

In contrast to previous Science
Fairs, this time the schools have
been divided into three categories.
The first group Category I includes
MTS, HAVO and VWO schools, Cate-
gory II the LTS schools, and Catego-
ry III comprises the MAVO, Home
Economics and ETAO schools. There
will be prizes for both individual and
group projects in all three categories.
The winning projects will be selected Exhibin S e
Exhibition Schedule Socledad
by a 3-member jury appointed by the Bolivarlana
organizing committee.
March 26 4 p.m. 9 p.m.
The Aruba Science Fair Committee
wishes to appeal to all parents who March 27 10 a.m. 6 p.m.
have children in school, all students March 28 April 1:
and the community in general to view
the scientific accomplishments of the 4 p.m 8 p.m.
1977 Science Fair participants.


Diez School Ta Compromete pa Participa

Na Feria Cientifico 1977 Maart 26 April 1


E comision cu ta organize Feria
Cientifico di Aruba 1977 a decidi cu
e exhibition public di e projectonan
cientifico pa e anja aki ta tuma lu-
gar for di 26 di Maart te 1 April 1977,
den edificio di Sociedad Bolivariana.
Tin 68 project, di cual 32 ta den gru-
po individual y 36 trahA door di gru-
pos di estudiante, cual lo ta na exhi-
bicion pa public cuminzando cu e
dia di habrimento, Diasabra, Maart 26,
1977 for di 4'or di atardi te 9'or di
anochi. Diadomingo, 27 Maart, e ex-
hibicion lo ta habri di diez 'or di
mainta te 6'or di atardi, y durante e
siman for di Dialuna te Diabiernes
(28 Maart te 1 April) di 4'or di atardi
te 8'or di anochi.

E anja aki mas cu 160 estudiante
ta participa den e feria cientifico aki
di e siguiente schoolnan : J. F. Ken-
nedy School Technico (2 project in-
dividual y 5 di grupo); Martin Luther
King School Tecnico (4 project in-
dividual y 13 di grupo); Colegio Aru-
bano (1 project di grupo); Antonius
College (7 project di grupo); Maria
College (22 project individual y 3 di


grupo); School Technico Tarabana (1
project di grupo); Prinses Christine
School (ETAO) (1 project di grupo);
Huishoudschool Paso Sigur (2 projec-
to di grupo); y Filomena College (1
project individual y 2 di grupo).

Contrario pa e exhibition cientifico
anterior, e biaha aki e schoolnan a
keda parti den tres categoria. E pro-
mer categoria ta inclui MTS, HAVO,
y VWO, di dos categoria ta inclui e
schoolnan LTS y e di tres categoria
ta encerra schoolnan MAVO, Huis-
houdschool y ETAO. Tin prijs tanto
pa e projectonan individual como di
grupo pa cada un di categorianan.
E projectonan cu ta gana prijs ta wor-
de indicA door un jurado di tres per-
sona, nombra door di e comision or-
ganizador.
E comision cu ta organisa e Feria
Cientifico Arubano ta haci un apela-
cion na tur mayornan cu tin yiu ta bai
school, tur estudiantenan y nos co-
munidad en general pa haci un bishi-
ta na e exhibition, y mira e obranan
cientifico trahA door di participante-
nan.


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February 1977