<%BANNER%>
Aruba Esso news
ALL VOLUMES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/CA03400001/00129
 Material Information
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: November 1978
Frequency: biweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Petroleum industry and trade -- Periodicals -- Aruba   ( lcsh )
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
serial   ( sobekcm )
 Notes
Language: Text in English and papiamento.
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- 1940-
General Note: Cover title.
 Record Information
Source Institution: Biblioteca Nacional Aruba
Holding Location: Biblioteca Nacional Aruba
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000307401
oclc - 06371498
notis - ABT4040
System ID: CA03400001:00129

Full Text






A BWO fEsso

Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.

Aruba, Netherlands Antilles


WEI.


VOL. 39 No. 11


Joseph Alleyne Promi

Materials Planning &
Effective November 1, 1978, Joseph
(Joe) V. Alleyne was promoted to
Section Head Materials Planning
and Control in Mechanical Mate-
rials Division. Joe has transferred
to this department from the Control-
ler's Department.
Joe rejoined Lago on March 11,
1974 and was assigned to the Con-
troller's Internal Control Division as
an Accountant. An HBS graduate
from Juliana School, he had previous-
ly worked at Lago from 1952 1957
where he had held the positions of
Junior Engineering Assistant and
Equipment Inspector.
From 1957 to 1974 he gained wide
experience in the field of Account-
ing, Auditing, and in the planning,
coordination and direction of complex
construction operations including
work on the HDS-II project at va-
rious contractor's offices in the Ne-
therlands Antilles. He also worked
in equipment installation and indus-
trial service operations on a major
scale both here and in the U.S.A.
Joe had followed over twenty job-


November 1978


noted to Section Head FundacionTeagleTaAnuncia
ntro in Materials Aumento diLimite di Entrada
Control in Materials PaAplicantesySumadiBeca


related courses on a variety uo topicsI,
including chemical cleaning, corro-
sion, financing, airconditioning, ab-
sorption systems, systems and proce-
(Continued on page 3)


J. V. Alleyne


Conhuntamente cu e anja acad6-
mico 1979/80, e siguiente cambionan
a ser anunciA door di Directiva di
Teagle Scholarship Foundation.
E fundacion a aumenta e limited
annual di entrada di un empleado of
pensionista, ariba cual aplicacion pa
beca ta basA, di $ 35,000 pa $ 40,000
pa anja. Den pasado, un empleado
cu tabata gana mas cu $ 35,000 no ta-
bata eligible pa haya un beca di Tea-
gle ni tampoco su yiunan. Otro cam-
bio ta e maximo suma annual duna pa
estudionan pa haya un grado univer-
sitario cual a ser aumenta di $ 2750
pa $ 3000. Pa programanan pa en-
fermera y therapia fisica e suma ma-
(Continua na pag. 2)


Lago TaDunaHubentudOportunidadPaDesaroya

Talentonan Cientifico den Feria Cientifico 1979


E Feria Cientifico Arubano 1979, e
di ocho cu lo ser teni na Aruba, atro-
be lo haya complete apoyo y asisten-
cia financiero di Lago. Fiha pa Oc-


The 1979 Aruba Science Fair Committee is here during a meeting held at the Dragon
Phoenix Restaurant on November 14 where they discussed plans for the fair and review-
ed a film on the 1977 Science Fair. They are (from left to right): Ellas FIngal, Cirlllo
Abbad, Ivan Kelly, Chairman Paul van Niel, Rudy Jessurun and Secretary Carlos de Cuba.
E Comlt6 di Aruba Science Fair 1979 ta aki durante un reunion teni na Dragon Phoenix
Restaurant dia 14 dl November camlnda nan a papla tocante plannan pa e feria y a mira
un pelicula tocante e Ferla Cientifica pa 1977. Nan ta (dl r pa d): Ellas Fingal, CIrillo
Abbad, Ivan Kelly, Presidente Paul van Niel, Rudy Jessurun y Secretarlo Carlos de Cuba.


tober 1979, e feria atrobe lo ta bao
direction di maestronan di school,
cu yudanza di representantes di Lago
kendenan lo coordina e actividadnan.
E motibo principal pa un feria cienti-
fico ta pa stimula interest den ciencia
entire estudiantenan y guia nan den
direction di hazanjanan cientifico y
tecnol6gico cual ta requeri pa avan-
za den nos mundo actual. Ademas,
e feria cientifico tambe lo por sirbi
pa yuda estudiantenan eligi nan ca-
rera den future.
President di e recientemente for-
mA Comit6 Feria Cientifico Arubano
1979 ta Cabezante di John F. Kenne-
dy School Paul H. W. van Niel cu Car-
los Z. de Cuba di Lago como secre-
tario. Otro miembronan ta maestro-
nan di school Ivan Kelly, Cirilio J.
Abbad, Reginald Altman, y Rudy M. M.
Jessurun y Elias Fingal di Lago.
For di dia cu e Feria Cientifico Aru-
bano 1979 a ser anuncia na medio-
nan di prensa local, e Comit6 ta ac-
tivamente encarga cu e planeamento
organization di e event educativo
important aki. Hasta promer cu e
anuncio official, uno di e promer pa-
sonan tabata pa prepare un buki in-
dicando un list di proyecto pa duna
(Continub na pagina 3)


111


-- ----









ARUBAESSONEWSNovember 1978


LARWRA

Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.


Photographs by: Joe's
Editor: Mrs. L I. de Cuba
Printer: Veranigde Anti


Donald Gumbs Joins Lago
e As an Engineer in ETSS
gf Wig In Technical November 1
Since November 1, 1978, Donald
Photographic Service A. Gumbs is working in Lago's Tech-
Illaanse Drukkerljen N.V. nical Department as an Engineer in
the Engineering Technical Services
Section of Mechanical Engineering
a m Division.


Don is a recent Mechanical Engi-
neering graduate from the Antillean
HTS in Willemstad, Curaqao. A for-
mer St. Augustinus College student,
he completed the MAVO curriculum
in 1973 before enrolling at the HTS
where he studied with a Government
scholarship.

Initially, Don will be handling Me-
chanical Engineering contact assign-
ments. His office is in the General
Office Building.
Don, who is almost 22, is single and
lives in Rooi Hundo, San Nicolas.


NEW IOWUA BOARD
The New Board of the Independent Oil Workers Union of Aruba (IOWUA) elected at the
IOWUA Headquarters on October 6, can be seen here as follows: (seated) President
Hyacintho (Chinto) Beerman (center), flanked by Treasurer Anselmo Leest (Cheml) at
left, and by General Secretary Milo de R. Arends (Milo) at right. Standing are (from
left to right): Boardmember Kenneth R. Hassell (Kenny), Vice President Victor M. Cille
(VIcto), Boardmembers Fablano Perez (Joe), Salomon Fingal (Monchl) and Basillo Wes-
ter (Bas). Not In picture is Boardmember Felix A. Garrldo (Garro) who was on vacation
when the picture was taken.


Teagle Scholarship


(ContinuA di pag. 1)


ximo a ser aumenta di $ 1750 pa
$ 2000.
E directive tambe a acorda pa con-
tinua e programanan di beca pa es-
tudionan na schoolnan dental y os-
teopathico ariba un base permanen-
te. E programanan aki a ser intro-
duci originalmente ariba un base di
prueba pa tres anja na September
1975.

KENDE POR APLICA
Empleadonan di Exxon Corpora-
tion of su afiliadonan cu por lo me-
nos tres anja di servicio creditA, yiu-
nan di tal empleadonan, yiunan di
empleadonan cu pension of di esnan
cu a fayece. Pa ser considerA favo-
rablemente pa un beca di Teagle un
candidate mester ta den e top cua-
renta porciento di su klas ora di gra-
duacion for di un school secundario.
Becanan di Teagle ta ser dunA pa
estudionan na e sigiente universidad-
nan: Cornell University, Massachus-
etts Institute of Technology, Polytech-
nic Institute of New York, Rice Uni-
versity, Tulane University, Harvard


University Graduate School of Busi-
ness Administration, The Wharton
School Graduate Division at the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania y e grupo di
Universidadnan di Claremont na Cali-
fornia.
Becanan pa schoolnan m6dico,
dental, osteopathico y religioso na
Merca tambe ta obtenible. Aunque
esakinan no ta limit na e schoolnan
anteriormente mencion6, e institution
aki lo mester ta acepta door di Tea-
gle Foundation.

COM PA APLICA

E estudiante master aplica na e uni-
versidad di su preferencia promer cu
e yena un formulario pa aplicacion di
Teagle. E formularionan aki ta obte-
nible na Lago su Training Section den
Employee Relations Department,
CUARTO 173, OFICINA PRINCIPAL,
y master ser entregA no mas laat cu
14 DI DECEMBER 1978.
Candidatonan pa beca na school-
nan di medicine, dental, osteopathi-
co, religioso of pa enfermera mester
manda aden nan aplicacion no mas
laat cu 12 di Mel 1979.


D. A. Gumbo


Com e Fundacion Teagle a

Cuminza

E Fundaclon pa Beca dl Teagle a
ser establecf na 1944 door dl Sr. Wal-
ter C. Teagle, anterior Presidente dl
Standard Oil Company (N. J.) cu su
fondonan personal. Uno dl Sr. Teagle
su deseonan tabata pa yuda trahador-
nan industrial y nan familla "haya ven-
tahanan educaclonal cual dl otro ma-
nera lo no tabata obtenlble."

Aunque cu e fundaclon no tin nln-
gun conecclon cu ningun companla,
el a ser te awor un medlo pa duna
asistencla educaclonal na empleado-
nan merecedor y nan ylunan.


pr


ARUlBA ESSO NEWS


November 1978


ass







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Teagle Foundation In

For Applicants; Rais
Effective with the 1979/80 acade-
mic year, the following changes have
been announced by the Board of Di-
rectors of the Teagle Scholarship
Foundation.
The foundation has raised the an-
nual earnings limit of an employee or
annuitant on which scholarship appli-
cation is based from $ 35,000 to
$ 40,000 per year. In the past, an
employee earning more than $ 35,000
was not eligible for a Teagle Scholar-
ship and neither were his/her child-
ren. Another change is the maximum
annual grant for studies at the un-
dergraduate level which has been in-
creased for $ 2750 to $ 3000. For
nursing and physical therapy pro-
grams the maximum amount has been
increased from $ 1750 to $ 2000.
The Board has also agreed to con-
tinue the scholarship programs for
studies at dental and osteopathic
schools on a permanent basis. These
programs were originally introduced
on a three-year trial basis in Septem-
ber 1975.

WHO MAY APPLY

Employees of Exxon Corporation
or its affiliates with at least three
years' credited service, children of
such employees, children of retired
or deceased employees. To be fa-
vorably considered for a Teagle Scho-
larship a candidate must rank at gra-
duation from secondary school in the
top two-fifths of his or her class.
Teagle scholarships are awarded
for study leading to academic de-
grees at the following universities:
Cornell University, Massachusetts In-
stitute of Technology, Polytechnic In-
stitute of New York, Rice University,

I Feria Ci
(ContinuA di pag. 1)
estudiantenan interest un idea cla di
local ta ser spera den e feria. E
bukinan informative aki hunto cu in-
vitacion pa participa den e feria cien
tifico a ser mandA na binti school,
incluyendo schoolnan tecnico y se-
cundario y e schoolnan encargA cu
education administrativo/comercial y
huishoudschool.
Casi un anja a ser duna na miem-
bronan di facultadnan di schoolnan
pa yuda nan stimula nan estudiante-
nan y yuda nan cu preparacionnan
pa nan proyecto. Esaki lo duna e es-
tudiantenan participate basta tem-
po pa haci trabao di studio of inves-
tigacion tocante nan proyecto y duna


creases Income Ceiling 1979

;es Scholarship Grants
Tulane University, Harvard University ARUBA SCIENCE FAIR
Graduate School of Business Admini-
stration, The Wharton School Gra-
duate Division at the University of
Pennsylvania, and the Claremont, Ca-
lifornia Group of Colleges.


Scholarships at medical, dental, os-
teopathic and divinity schools in the
United States are also available. Al-
though not confined to the institu-
tions mentioned, the school must be
acceptable to the Teagle Foundation.
(Continued on page 8)


V


Aruba, Netherlands Antilles


Lago Gives Local Youth Opportunity to Develop

Scientific Talents in 1979 Aruba Science Fair


The 1979 Aruba Science Fair, the
eighth to be held in Aruba, will again
receive the full support and financial
assistance from Lago. Slated for Oc-
tober 1979, the fair will again be un-
der direction of the school teachers,
with assistance from Lago represen-
tatives who will coordinate the acti-
vities. The main purpose of a science
fair is to stimulate interest in science
among students to steer them into
the direction of scientific and tech-
nological achievements required for
advancement in our world of today.
Additionally, the science fair could
also be instrumental in helping these
students select their future careers.
Chairman of the newly formed 1979
Aruba Science Fair Committee is
John F. Kennedy School principal
Paul H. W. van Niel with Carlos Z. de
Cuba of Lago as secretary. Other
members are school teachers Ivan
Kelly, Cirilio J. Abbad, Reginald Alt-
man, and Rudy M. M. Jessurun and
Elias Fingal of Lago.

entifica 1979
nan oportunidad pa sea traha of com-
pleta nan proyecto durante vacantie
na Juli. Varies ingeniero di Lago lo
ser nombrd mas despues pa yuda es-
tudiantenan aki cu consehonan tdc-
nico y otro informacionnan relaciona
cu e proyectonan.
Tur esnan cu participa den e Feria
Cientifico lo recibi un regalo como
aprecio pa nan contribution den e fe-
ria. Manera den pasado, ganadornan
lo tin oportunidad di select for di un
gran variedad di premio pa sea nan
proyecto individual of di grupo.
E hurado lo ser eligi door di e co-
mit6 for di entire maestronan di
school y otro personanan prominen-
te di nos comunidad.


Since the announcement of the
1979 Aruba Science Fair to the local
press media recently, the Committee
has been actively engaged in the
planning and organization of this im-
portant educational event. Even be-
fore the official announcement, one of
the first steps had been to prepare
a booklet indicating a list of several
projects to give interested students a
clear idea of what is expected in the
fair. These informative booklets with
an invitation to participate in the
science fair have been sent out to
twenty schools, including technical
and secondary schools and the
schools which provide administrative/
commercial and home economics
education.
The schools' faculty members have
been given almost a year to help sti-
mulate their students and assist them
in the preparation of their projects.
This will allow the participating stu-
dents ample time to do research
work related to the project of their
choice and to give them the oppor-
tunity to either work or complete
their project during their summer va-
cation. Several Lago engineers will
be named later on to assist the stu-
dents with technical advice and other
(Continued on page 6)

Joe Alleyne I
(Continued from page 1)
dural analysis and financial and ope-
rational auditing. He is currently
studying law.
An avid stereo enthusiast with
emphasis on jazz music -, Joe en-
joys reading and keeping fit by jog-
ging and practicing hatha-joga.
He and his wife Estella and two
teenage sons live in Seroe Colorado.


IF


November 197


November 1978


I!








ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Lie on your stomach with your head res-
ting on your hands. Tighten your seat
muscles. Hold for two seconds. Relax.
Repeat.

Drumi arlba Bo barloa cu Bo cabez arl-
ba Bo brazanan. Priml Bo musculonan dl
sinta ariba. Ten6 durante dl dos second.
Relax. Ripiti.


Lie on your back with knees bent, feet
flat on the floor (held down, if necessary).
Cross your arms on your chest Tuck your
chin against your chest, then curl up into
a sitting position. Keep your back round;
pull with the stomach muscles.

Druml pecho arlba cu Bo rudianan dobl6,
pianan plat ariba vloer (teni abao, sl ta
necesarlo). Cruza Bo brazanan arlba Bo
pecho. Hala Bo cachete contra Bo pecho,
anto dobla den un posiolon dl sinta. Te-
no Bo lomba rond6; hala Bo musculonan
di stoma aden.


Lie on your back with legs straight, arms
at your side. Raise each leg, one at a
time, as high as is comfortable, then
lower the leg to the floor as slowly as
possible.

Drumi pecho ariba cu Bo planan recht,
brazanan na cada banda. Hiza cads pia,
no pa uno, asina halto maners to com-
fortable pa Bo, anto baha Bo pla te na
vloer lo mas poco poco cu ta poslble.


You Can Prevent Back Trouble By Exercising

And Following Specialists' Recommendations
There are various methods of treating back injuries. Some require sur-
gery, some don't. All orthopedists agree, however, that prevention of back
trouble is the best therapy.
The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons some time ago offered
these pain-averting instructions for people prone to back trouble.:

SSleep alone or in a king-sized bed. Use a firm level bed. It need not
be hard.

Sleep on your side with the knees drawn up. Do not sleep on your ab-
domen or your back. If you must sleep on your back, use a rolled-up
blanket or a pillow under the knees. In getting out of bed, turn over
on your side, draw up your knees, then swing your legs over the edges.

Do not sit with legs straight out on an ottoman or footstool.

When driving, hitch your car seat forward. When riding in a car, not
driving on long trips, use a low (2- or 3 inch) footstool if you are a short
person.

Sit with the buttocks "tucked under" so that the hollow of the back is
eradicated.

Avoid deep sofas.

Avoid stooping. When you lift anything, bend you knees.

Do not bend forward with knees straight; always squat.

(Continued on page 6)


Lie on your side with knees bent, head
resting on a pillow. Slide your upper
knee as close to your chest as you com-
fortably can. Return to starting position.
Repeat. Turn over and do the same thing
with the other leg.

Druml arlba Bo banda cu Bo rudlanan do-
bl, Bo cabez ariba un cusinchl. Hala e
part ariba di Bo rudia lo mas cerca dl So
pecho cu So por comfortablemente. Bal
bek na e position cual Bo a cuminza cu
n'e. Rlpitl. Bira ariba Bo otro banda anto
had mescos cu e otro pla.








Lie on your back with knees bent, feet
flat on the floor. Tighten your stomach
muscles and seat muscles. The small of
your back should touch the floor. Hold for
five seconds, relax for five seconds. Re-
peat


Lie on your back with your knees benL
Clasp your hands around your knees and
pull them against your chest. Lift your
head and press your forehead against
your knees.

Druml pecho ariba cu Bo rudlanan dobl,.
Pasa Bo mannan rond dl Bo rudlanan y
hala nan contra di Bo pecho. Hiza Bo ca-
bez y primi Bo frenta contra So rudlanan.


<--


Drumi ariba Bo lomba cu rudlanan dobli,
planan plat ariba vioer. Cerra Bo muscu-
lonan di barlca y musculonan dl sinta
arlbs. E partly hol dl Bo lombs master ml-
shl cu e vioer. Tone pa cinco second,
relax durante cinco second. RIpitl.


Ir


November 1978


__C







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Lucille with one of her favorite oil paintings "Seroe Colorado Part of Lucille's exhibition In the Art Shoppe at the Euo Club
Point". She had previously participated in two Government arts included a paper mache clown mirror and assorted stitchery
and craft exhibitions on the island, and jewelry.
Lucille cu un dl su pinturanan favorite "Seroe Colorado Point". Parti di Lucille su exhibition den a "Art Shoppe" na Esso Club ta-
Anteriormente el a participa den dos exhiblcion di arte patrocini bate inclui un spiel den forma di payaso traha di paper mache,
door dl Gobierno aki na Aruba. handwerk y obranan dl fantasia.

Lucille Armbrust Shares Her Artistic Talents

With the Community in "Art Shoppe" Exhibition
Lucille Moser was only thirteen veral etchings and prints, various
years old when she won a prize for techniques in needle work, batik and
an oil painting in Hillside, her home silk-screens, ceramic work, hand-
town in the state of New Jersey. In- made jewelry and a variety of other
spired by her mother who held mini- work including mosaic, paper mache
art classes for their neighbors, Lucil- and sketches. She also proudly dis-
le decided at that early age that she played several art work done by her I
would study art when she finished children and beautiful underwater
high school. photography taken by her husband, i. I 3I;


In 1964, Miss Lucille Moser realiz-
ed her dream when she received her
B.A. degree in Fine Arts from Kean
College in Union, New Jersey and
landed her first job in the Advertising
Department of Schering Pharmaceuti-
cals in her home state.
Around that same time she married
a young chemical engineer named
Charlie Armbrust and took up home-
making, in addition to her job and
art work. Then followed motherhood,
and Lucille was caught in the practice
of the enjoyable, but time-consuming
art of bringing up two sons Victor,
now 11, and Karl, seven. Art work
became something she found time
for occasionally, and painting, in par-
ticular, was practically put aside.
Therefore, it was a special thrill for
Lucille to become inspired again and
to inspire others by presenting art
works accumulated over the years in
an Art Shoppe exhibition held in the
Esso Club Main Lounge last month.
As Mrs. Armbrust it was a wonderful
opportunity to share her artistic ta-
lents with the community.
Approximately one hundred guests
admired her work which consisted of
twelve oils, six tempera paintings, se-


Charlie.
Lucille's favorite art work in the ex-
hibition were two oil paintings, one
depicting rough seas at Seroe Colo-
rado Point and the other, an Aruban
cunucu scene. These paintings mean
a lot to her for two reasons: because
these are her first oil paintings in
ten years, and because they are the
(Continued on page 7)


The artist at work on a seascape at Mal-
mok.


Most of Lucllle's art craft seen here were done at night
Mayoria dl Lucille su obranan dl arte a ser had anochl.


I.


November 1978








ARUBAESSONEWSNovember 1978


Bo Por Evita Problemanan of Danjo na Bo Lomba Joe Alleyne Promovi pa Hefe

Cu Ehercicionan Recomenda door di Specialista Materials Planning -Control
Den Mechanical Materials
Tin various metodo pa trata danjo na Bo lomba. Algun ta requeri operation, Efectivo November 1, 1978, Joseph
otronan no. Tur orthopedistanan (specialistanan di wesu) ta di acuerdo, sin- (Joe) V. Alleyne a ser promovi pa Sec-
embargo, cu prevention di problema di lomba ta e mehor therapia (tratamento). tion Head Materials Planning and
Control den Mechanical Materials
E American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (Academia Americano di Ci- Division. Joe a transfer na e de-
rujanonan Orthopedista) algun tempo pasA a ofrece e siguiente instruccion- partamento aki for di Controller's De-
nan pa preveni dolor di lomba pa hendenan cu e tendencia aki : apartment.


* Drumi so of den un cama "super grandi. Usa un cama cu un nivel
firm. E no mester ta duro.
* Drumi ariba un banda cu Bo rudianan hizA. No drumi boca abao of
pecho ariba. Si bo mester drumi pecho ariba, usa un deken lord of un
cusinchi bao di Bo rudia. Ora cu Bo ta sali for di Bo cama, bira na un
banda, hiza Bo rudia, anto pasa bo pianan over di e rand di cama.

* No sinta cu Bo pianan "straight" pa dilanti ariba un banki of un cusin-
chi di pia.

* Ora cu Bo ta stuur, manda Bo asiento di auto pa dilanti. Ora cu Bo ta
corre den un auto, no ariba biahenan largo, usa un banki abao (2 of 3
duim) si Bo ta un persona cortico.

* Sinta cu Bo parti atras "mandA aden" pa Bo elimina e "hol" den Bo
lomba.

* Evita sofAnan hundo.

* Evita doblamento. Ora cu Bo hiza algo, dobla Bo rudia.

* No dobla pa dilanti cu Bo rudianan "straight"; semper sak abao.

* Nunca dobla patras.

* Evita para pa hopi rato to mas tanto possible, pero si esey ta inevitable,
pone un pia ariba un banki abao.

* Semper para y camna cu Bo parti patras "manda aden", y cu Bo dede-
nan di pia mandA padilanti.

* Trata di tene e parti mas ariba di Bo barica paden door di tene Bo pe-
cho halto y padilanti, elevando e parti padilanti di Bo heup. Sinja bi-
ba 24 hora pa dia cu e parti hol di e seccion mas abao di Bo lomba re-
ducl te na un minimo.

Damanan mester evita bisti hilchi demasiado halto.

Mira ehercicionan na pagina 4)


Treating Back Problems
(Cont'd from page 4)
* Never bend backward.


*Avoid long standing as much as possible, but if unavoidable, place one
foot on a low footstool.

* Always stand and walk with the buttocks "tucked under", toes straight
ahead.

Try to form a crease across the upper abdomen by holding the chest
up and forward, elevating the front of the pelvis Learn to live 24 hours
a day with the hollow in the lower part of your back reduced to a mi-
nimum.

Women should avoid too-high heels.


Joe a join Lago atrobe dia 11 di
Maart, 1974 y a ser asigna den Con-
troller's Internal Control Division co-
mo Accountant.

Un graduado di Juliana School cu
diploma HBS, el a traha anteriormen-
te na Lago for di 1952 pa 1957 ca-
minda el a ocupa posicionnan di Ju-
nior Engineering Assistant y Equip-
ment Inspector.
For di 1957 pa 1974 el a haya em-
plio experiencia den ramo di Ac-
counting, Auditing, y den planeamen-
to, coordinacion y direction di ope-
racionnan di construccionnan com-
pleho incluyendo trabao ariba e
project HDS-II y na various oficina
di contratista den Antillas Neerlan-
des. Tambe el a traha den trabao-
nan di instalacion di equipo y servi-
cionan industrial ariba un escala
grand tanto aki como na Merca.

Joe a sigi mas cu binti curso iela-
cionA cu su trabao ariba various topi-
co, incluyendo limpieza cu quimica,
corrosion, financiamento, air-condi-
tion, sistema di absorpcion, sistema
y analysis di procedimiento y audit
financiero y operacional. Actualmen-
te el ta studiando ley den su tempo
liber.
Un entusiasta di stereo cu 6nfa-
sis ariba music di jazz Joe ta
gusta leza y tene curpa den condi-
cion door di "jog" y practice hatha-
yoga.
El y su casa Estella y dos yiu hom-
ber teenager ta biba na Seroe Colo-
rado.

1979 Science Fair
(Continued from page 3)
pertinent information.
All participants in the Aruba Sience
Fair will receive a gift as a token of
appreciation for their contribution to
the fair. As in the past, the winners
will have a choice from a large va-
riety of valuable prizes for either in-
dividual or group projects.
The jury will be selected by the
committee from among school tea-
chers and other prominent persons in
the community.


ARUBA ESSO NEWS


November 1978







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


M ilestones


Claudio Geerman
Mech. Machinist
25 years/October 8


Ralph C. Huntington
Process Utilities
30 years /October 11


Luls H. Arends
Process Utilities
25 years/September 21


Willlbrordus Werleman
Mech. Building Trades
25 years/September 25


Cornelis Yarzagaray
Process Fuels
25 years/September 25


Service
Awards


Thomas de A. Tromp
Esso Marketing
30 years/October 17


Joseph E. Dezon
Proc. Oil Movements
30 years/October 26


William J. E. Wilson
Technical Mech. Eng.
30 years/October 20


Frits Manuela
Mechanical Metal Trades
25 years/October 30


Julian B. Croeze
Controllers Fin. Acctg.
25 years/October 22


Rene G. Wolf
Contr. MCS, Comm.
25 years/November 3


Roman 0. Kock
Process H.D.S.
25 years/October 22













Plo C. Leest
Mech. Cleanout
25 years/November 3


Tarcilio Semeleer
Process Oil Movts.
25 years/October 22


F. E. Groeneveldt
Process H.D.S.
25 years/November 5


During one of her art
classes, Lucille tea-
ches a group of stu-
dents the art of lino-
leum block printing.




Durante un dl su lea-
nan di arte Lucille ta
sinja un grupo dl estu-
diantes e arte dl "lino-
leum block printing."


Lucille Armbrust
(Continued from page 5)

only realistic paintings from among
several abstract work she has done.
Like most creative people, Lucille
has to be in the "right" mood to do
art work and she works mostly at
night after the kids have gone to bed.

In Aruba since 1973, Lucille taught
an oil painting study group for the
Women's Club of Aruba three years,
and since 1977, she has been teach-
ing art to about thirty Seroe Colora-
do School children from the fifth to
the eight grades on a part-time
basis.


I.I


November 1978







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


How the Teagle Foundation
Began

The Teagle Scholarship Foundation
was established in 1944 by Mr. Walter
C. Teagle, former President of the
Standard 011 Company of New Jersey
with his personal funds. One of Mr.
Teagle's desires was to assist indus-
trial workers and their families "in ac-
quiring educational advantages which
might not otherwise be obtainable."

While the foundation has no con-
nection whatsoever with any company,
It has been the means of providing
educational assistance for worthy em-
ployees and their sons and daughters.


November 1978


TECHNICAL/LAB/LPD TEAM WINS 1978 LAGO INTER-DEPARTMENTAL SOCCER COM-
PETITION Part of the winning team can be seen at the Lago Sport Park on Friday,
November 3. They are (from left to right); standing: Edgar Maduro, Jullo Jansen, Oswin
Koelman, Richard Amaya and Ronald Plnas. In the foreground are: Rudolf Kock, Rel-
mundo Barros, Ricardo Paesch and Wijkie Maduro.


Teagle Scholarship
(Continued from page 3)


HOW TO APPLY
The student must apply to the in-
stitution of his/her choice for admis-
sion before filling out a Teagle appli-
cation form. These forms, available
at Lago's Training Section in the Em-
ployee Relations Department, Room
173, GENERAL OFFICE BUILDING,
should be submitted in duplicate not
later than DECEMBER 14, 1978.
Candidates for scholarships at me-
dical, dental, osteopathic, divinity and
nursing schools should submit their
applications and supporting docu-
ments not later than May 12, 1979.


aLIl II I rI
Basllio Wester of the Organizing Commit- Richard Amaya (r) and Eddy Gomez of
tee presents the trophy to Ricardo Ama- the sub-champion team Oil Movements
ya of the champion team. proudly display their trophies.


~;''7 rcrip

I K -^


*4544 'M I
6 ^BB--Br : : ' :;
-~~ 1'.^ ~: '' A \'\*
C C- C^. /-


I i e
1 4 q


/4
4 '. &'i .
ART SHOPPE EXHIBITION
Mrs. Cobi van der Kool, an art Instructor at the lo-
cal schools exhibited some of her art work In the
Esso Club Main Lounge as part of the Art Shoppe
series on November 11 and 12.
Sra. Cobi van der Kool cu algun dl su obranan dl
arte exhibit den Esso Club Main Lounge November
11/12. E ta maestra dl arte na schoolnan local.


0,


Cobi's abstract work
here catches the Inte-
rest of two young-
sters. The artist exhi-
bited enamel and clay
work, batik work, wa-
ter colors, pen and Ink
drawings and collages.
Cobi su obranan dl ab-
stract ta haya Interes
dl dos hoben aki. E ar-
tista a exhibit obranan
den enamel, klel, ba-
tik, pinturas di awa,
schettsnan dl pen cu
ink y collage.


C


November 1978