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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: May 1980
Frequency: biweekly
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Language: Text in English and papiamento.
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/A SIV A Esso

Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.

Aruba, Netherlands Antilles
Vol. 41 No. 5


During a dinner at the Talk of the Town Restaurant, Martin F. Fi-
garoa is presented his 40-year service award and emblem by Me-
chanical Manager Walter Lambertin in the presence of department
representatives Mike Landaiche (I) and George Lambrinos.
Durante un comemento na Talk of The Town, Martin F. Figaroa ta
recibi su certificado y emblema pa 40 anja di servicio for di Gerente
di Mechanical Walter Lambertin den presencia di representantes di
departamento Mike Landaiche y George Lambrinos.


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Chrismo Willems' 40th service anniversary was commemorated
at the Dragon Phoenix Restaurant May 9 where he is shown
here receiving his service certificate from Process Manager Don
Gardner.
Chrismo Willems su di 40 aniversarlo di servicio a ser conmemo-
rd na Dragon Phoenix Restaurant dia 9 di Mel caminda el ta ser
mustrd ski recibiendo su certificado di servicio di Gerente di
Process Don Gardner.


Martin Figaroa, Chrismo Willems Honored For 40 Year Service


On May 9, Martin F Figaroa and
Chrismo A Willems were honored by
Lago for attaining 40 years of Lago
service.
Martin Figaroa, a Mechanical Su-


pervisor in Mechanical-M&C, comme-
morated this milestone on March 11
and was honored at a dinner at the
Talk of the Town Restaurant by Me-
chanical Manager Walt Lambertin,


Former High School Undergoes Metamorphosis

To Consolidate Community Services Activities


The green two-story building with
its peculiar slant which once was the
Lago High School is no more. In its
place, is a stark-white, neat-looking
one-story building which soon will
house the Community Services. The
remodeled school will consolidate the
various maintenance and repair shops,
formerly located in several areas in
the community, into one single area,
along with offices, a warehouse and
other storage facilities
Many will remember the old long
school building with some nostalgia,
especially those who return "home"
to Seroe Colorado from time to time.
Designed by Robert Law Weed, a Flo-
rida architect, and with the excep-
tion of the auditorium completed
in 1949, this educational center "saw"


many eager youngsters pass through
its doors and leave as high school
graduates. It consisted originally of
a high school, offices and a huge
playground. A new auditorium was
added in 1953. Over the years, how-
ever, as the enrollment steadily de-
clined, the building proved too large
for the decreasing number of high
school students and the school was
moved to the Administration Building
in 1966.
Many other changes took place
since then. At first, the school was
used as a warehouse and storage for
various company departments. In
1967, the building again was used for
educational purposes. The Aruba Re-
search Center, established by City
(Continued on page 3)


who congratulated him and expressed
Lago's gratitude for his long career
with the Company. He also presented
him with the 40-year service emblem
and certificate in the presence of Me-
chanical Superintendent Mike Lan-
daiche, Zone Supervisor George Lam-
brinos and his colleagues Dominico
Leest and Janchi Werleman.
Feliz joined Lago on March 11,
1940, as a Mechanical Apprentice in
the Mason Department. He transfer-
red to Mechanical Machinist in 1943
where he advanced through the Me-
chanical Helper and Machinist posi-
tions to Machinist C in 1946. In July
1946 he joined the local military for-
ces and served until May 1, 1947. Af-
ter returning to Lago's Machinist Sec-
tion, he progressed to Machinist B in
1949 and to Machinist A in 1959. After
having acted as an Area Supervisor
since 1966, he was promoted to that
position in May 1970. On a few oc-
casions he also acted as Regional
Supervisor. His job title was changed
to Mechanical Supervisor in 1971. At
present he is assigned to the Ma-
chine Shop.
(Continued on page 5)







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


May 1980


Lago Oil & Transport Co Ltd.
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Photographs by : Joe's Photographic Service
Editor: Mrs. L I. de Cuba
Printer Verenigde Antilliaanse Drukkerijen N.V.

Ireno Schwengle of Mechani-
cal MAC here lights a ciga.
rette as so many smokers do
several times a day. Yet pre.
cautions are necessary when
using a butane lighter, espe-
cially in hostile environment.
Ireno Schwengle di Mechani-
cal -M&C aki ta cende un si-
garia mescos cu hopi huma-
dor ta haci vareos blaha pa
dia. Sinembargo precaucion I
ta necesario era cu lighter
di butano ser usa special- i l i
mente den un ambiente pe-i li
ligroso.

Lighternan di Butano por Ta Peligroso den Mal Ambiente
Lighternan di butano ta peligroso ? E contest ta obviamente si ora cu nan
ser mal usA of usa inapropiadamente, of usA den un mal ambient. Hopi mn-
cidentes a ser report na National Safety Council por escrito y acompanja pa
portret demonstrando cu lighternan a explota y ta capaz di "spray" hende cu
butano flamante. Aki ta sigui algun incidentenan cu a ser reportA :
Un zonido duro a ser scuchA door di hombernan cu tabata traha cerca di
un fornu recalentador di un laminador. E siguiente dia, nan a haya partisan
di un lighter di butano cu a explota. Afortunadamente, no tabatin ningun hen-
de cerca ora cu el a explota.
SUn welder a sufri quemaduras di tercer grado riba su pechp ora cu ca-
lor intense a causa cu e lighter di butano den su saco di camisa a explota.
Un homber cu tabatin un lighter den su saco di carson a ser severamen-
te kimA na part abao di su barica y den area di su heup ora cu un chispa a
drenta den su saco di carson y a haci cu e lighter a cende y explota.

Problema cu Presion
E incidentenan aki a secede den un ambiente industrial hostile caminda cu
posibilidad di ser exponi na hopi calor y na chispanan ta masha comun. Tin
otro maneranan den cual un lighter di butane por ta peligroso. Por ehempel,
perdida di presion di aire den un cabina den avion por causa cu un lighter
bao presion ta explota pa motibo di e diferencia di presion dentro di e lighter
y perdida di igual presion di aire den e cabina. Tambe, un lighter cu a ser
machic6 por laga cantidadnan excesivo di gas scapa y di repente cubri e vic-
tima su cara cu vlamnan ora cu contact ser haci cu chispa.
Pakico lighternan di butane ta peligroso ? Butano ta ser conteni como li-
quido bao presion den un tanki chikito. E ta sali como gas ora cu e valvula
ser habri. Ora cu butane ser exponi na calor, un expansion grand den volu-
men ta tuma lugar, aumentando e presion dentro di e tanki. Segun e presion
surpasa e forza den e tanki, esaki ta scheur. Si e victim ser gespuit cu e
gas haltamente volatile aki, esaki por result den quemaduras serio. Ora cu
e liquido ser gespray ariba panja, e efecto ta similar na un mecha den lampi
di kerosin.

Raketnan di Bolsillo ?
William F. Foley, Hefe di Servicionan di Incendio, Departamento di Bombe-
ros di Chicago, a haci algun test na e Chicago Fire Academy algun tempo pa-
sa. Lighternan a ser cumprA for di varios tienda local bao di un variedad di
marca cualnan tabata apropiadamente marc cu etiquetanan indicando peli-


(Continud na pag. 7)


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William K. Johnston Named
Technical Manager of Esso
Inter America Logistics
Effective June 1, 1980, William (Bill)
K. Johnston, Division Superintendent
of Lago's Crude & Products Coordi-
nation, has been named Technical
Manager, Logistics Department of Es-
so Inter-America, Inc. in Coral Gables.
Bill will replace Jose A. Rionda, who
will become Manager, Technology
Sales Division, Exxon Research & En-
gineering in Florham Park, New Jer-
sey.
Bill has been with Lago since July
1978 when he transferred from Exxon
Company, U.S.A. in Houston where he
was Crude Supervisor in the Compa-
ny's Supply Department.
A B.S. chemical engineering gra-
duate from the University of Arkan-
sas, Bill joined ER&E in 1962 He
transferred to the Benicia Refinery in

late 1968 following a succession of
engineering assignments at ER&E and
became Head of Process Engineering
at Benicia in 1973. Before joining La-
go, Bill had been with Exxon Compa-
ny U.S.A. since August 1975
On his new assignment in Coral
Gables, Bill will be accompanied by
his wife Linda and children Susan,
Shelley and Bryce.

Lago Su Team pa Recauda
Fondo pa YMCA Ta Merece
Trofeo Parha Di Cristal
Dia cu e team pa recauda fondo pa
YMCA na Lago a establece nan meta
pa e anja akl na FIs 12,500.- den e
campanja annual, nan a cuminza co-
lecta contribucionnan cu entusiasmo
y interest manera costumber. Nan no
tabatin idea e tempo ey cu e anja aki
lo ta uno di hazanja extraordinario.
Na final di e campanja, nan a surpa-
sa nan meta door di colecta FIs. 15,-
443 of 1230/ di e suma stipula, e per-
centahe mas halto di tur team ariba
nos isla.
Danki na e excelente contribucion-
nan di empleadonan di Lago y con-
tratista na Lago, e hazanja aki a per-
miti nan keda cu e Trofeo Parha di
Cristal, un trofeo di e campanja pa e
anja aki cual a ser pasa cada siman
na e team cu e percentage mas halto.
YMCA su team pa recauda fondo
na Lago promer biaha a recibi e tro-
feo dia 17 di April, como tres siman
despues cu e campana di YMCA a
cuminza rond isla. E tempo ey ya
caba nan a alcanza 930/ di nan meta.
E siguiente siman, sinembargo, nan a
perde e trofeo cual a pasa pa un otro
team, pero nan a continue nan es-
(Continua na pagina 4)







May 1980


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The former High School now converted into a one-story Community Services facilities.


Former High School
(Continued from page 1)
University of New York, used the
building as a research base for an-
thropological investigations for the
Caribbean Area. When these activi-
ties were discontinued in 1969, once
more the school was converted into
a storage facility. Lack of housing
facilities for the many immigrant wor-
kers for the HDS-I and II projects in
1970 and 1972, brought another chan-
ge for the school building. Although
part of it remained as a warehouse,
the first and second floor were con-
verted into bachelor's quarters. With
the completion of the projects in 1974,
the place which at one time echoed
the laughter of teenagers, was aban-
doned once more
Over the years, some of the class-
rooms were used for company train-
ing purposes an in recent years, the
building occasionally was the site of
the ALERT rescue training program.
In July last year, streamlining of
the old school began with the demo-
lition of the second floor and the re-
novation of the first floor, the former
school auditorium, office and storage
facilities. In the new spacious area,
the Community Services will be in a
better position geographically as
well to attend to Seroe Colorado
bungalow repairs, renovations and to
coordinate community work with con-
tractor personnel and Lago office buil-
ding custodians.


Lago High School Biew Cambia Completamente

Pa Consolida Actividad di Community Services


E eoificio berd6 di dos piso cu su
disenjo schuin cual un tempo tabata
Lago High School ya no ta mescos
mas. Den su lugar, tin un edificio
blanco, bunita di un solo piso cu
pronto lo acomoda Community Servi-
ces. E school remodelA lo consolida
e various shopnan di mantencion y re-
paracion, anteriormente plamA den va-
rios area di comunidad dentro di un
solo lugar, hunto cu oficinanan, un
warehouse y otro facilidadnan di war-
da material.
Hopi hende lo record e edificio
largo aki cu algun nostalgia, special-
mente esnan cu regresa "cas" na Se-
roe Colorado cada tanto tempo. Di-
senjA door di Robert Law Weed, un
arquitecto di Florida, y cu excep-
cion di e auditorium complete na
1949, e centro educative aki a "mira"
hopi hobennan ambicioso pasa door
di su portanan y sali como graduado-
nan di "high school". E tabata con-
sisti originalmente di un "high
school", oficina y speelplaats grand.
Un auditorium nobo a ser anjadi na
1953. Segun anjanan a pasa sinem-
bargo, y segun menos estudiante ta-
bata inscribi, e edificio a result mu-
cho grand pa e poco estudiantenan


di "high school" y e school a ser mu-
d& pa Administration Building na
1966.
Hopi otro cambionan a tuma lugar
for di e tempo ey. Na principio, e
school tabata ser usA como ware-
house y lugar pa warda material pa
varies departamento di compania. Na
1967, e edificio atrobe a ser usA pa
motibonan educativo. E Aruba Re-
search Center, estableci door di City
University di New York, a usa e edifi-
cio como un base di studio pa inves-
tigacionnan antropol6gico pa area di
Caribe. Ora cu e actividadnan aki a
ser descontinua na 1969, una vez mas
e school a ser convert den un facili-
dad pa warda material. Falta di lu-
garnan adecuado pa biba pa e hopi
trahadornan imigrantenan pa e Pro-
yectonan HDS-I y II na 1970 y 1972, a
trece un otro cambio pa e edificio
aki. Aunque cu parti di dje a keda
como warehouse, e promer y segun-
do piso a ser convert den dormito-
rionan pa homber soltero. Dia cu e
proyectonan a keda cla na 1974, e
lugar cual antes a resona cu hari di
teenagernan, a keda abandonA un
biaha mas.
(Continua na pag. 6)


The former two-story High School Build-
ing before the change.

E anterior Edifico di High School promer
cu a camblo.


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Curso Supervision Eficaz Ta Sinja Supervisornan

Habilidadnan Pa Cumpli Mehor cu Nan Trabao


Trinta y cinco miembro di gerencia
di various departamento a atende un
Curso tocante Supervision Eficaz e
luna aki den Administration Building.
E participantenan, kendenan a ser
nombra door di nan respective de-
partamentonan pa participa, a atende
e curso den dos grupo. E promer gru-
po di diez-nuebe persona a sigui e
cursor di e siman di 26 di Mei. E pro-
mer session a ser introduce door di
Vice President Per Nord, mientras cu
e segundo curso a ser habri door di
Vice Presidente Roy M. Douglas.
E program di desaroyo pa super-
visornan, antes yamA Curso Gerencia
Eficaz, a ser duna door di George Hu-
danish di EIA, Coral Gables, kende a
conduci un curso similar na Lago dos
anja pasA. El a ser asisti door di
Elias Fingal di Employee Relations,
kende a coordina e program di en-
trenamento aki. Otro instructornan
parti di tempo tabata Ray Farro (Me-
horamiento di Metodo di Trabao), Ev
Beaujon (Seguridad pa Supervisornan


y Higiene Industrial), Henry Coffi y
Eddy Thode (Relacionnan Laboral y
Combenio Colectivo nobo di Trabao).
Pa duna participantenan maximo
beneficio di e curso, nan a ser duna
questionario como material promer
cu e curso, cual nan a complete y en-
trega ariba e promer session pa discu-
sion durante e curso di 40 hora.
Cada grupo a ser part den dos
team consistiendo di miembronan di
e mesun departamento kendenan a
papia y analiza asuntonan di interest
comun relaciona cu nan trabao espe-
cifico. Puntonan principal di e curso
a ser enfatizA door di vu-graph, chart
y pelicula.
Obhetivo di e Curso Supervision
Eficaz ta pa yuda supervisornan y
otro miembronan di gerencia haya un
mehor comprendemento di nan res-
ponsabilidadnan di cada dia door di
mas confianza, y pa desaroya nan
habilidadnan pa bira mas eficaz den
tratamento cu hende y situacionnan di
trabao diario.


Service Milestones

25 and 30-Year Service Awards


Ireno T. Rasmijn
Mech. Metal Trades
April 7, 1980
25 years


Irenio Winterdaal
Contr. Comm. Services
May 9, 1980
30 years


Vice Presidents Per Nord and Roy Dou-
glas (below), who each opened one of
the sessions, emphasize the importance
of effective supervision for a more efficient
organization.






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I Parha di Cristal
(Continua di pag 2)
fuerzonan y asina nan a surpasa nan
meta mas aleuw di !ocuaf nan mes a
spera.
Cu e mehor actuacion di tur team
insular, e team dr Lago a yuda YMCA
surpasa nan meta general di Fis.
75,000 cu Fls 3,000
En vez di keda cu e trofeo, e team
a decide di debolbe e parha na YMCA
na prlncipio di nan campanja pa 1981
pa asina e por "bula" atrobe dr team
pa team y probablemente bolbe bek
na Lago.
E team dedica di e anja aki na La-
go tabata : Edgar E Coffi. Jossy
M. Lacle, Joe V. Alleyne, Albino O
Yarzagaray, Nercislo E Krosendijk,
y George M. Nicholson di Mechani
cal Department, Ernand H de L'lsle,
Nelo R Emerencia. F Eric Dowling,
Daniel A. Schmidt, Joaquin Croes,
Simon A Wever, y Julio F. Curlel di
Process Department, Dick Reitz, John
W. Hodgson. Errol J. Bardouille, Pe-
dro J. Irausquin, George W Adams,
Juan Noguera y Felis Bikker di Tech-
nical Department, R. Gene Goley di
Business Planning & Supply Depart-
ment. Oliver G Cole di Seroe Colo-
rado Schools, Elias Fingal y Frits
Maduro di Employee Relations, Mar-
keting & Public Relations: Leo A
Echteld y Nilo Swaen di Controller's,
y Julio R Martilia di Security,


Jan E. Lacle
Process O. M. & S.
May 14, 1980
30 years



Dominico Gomes
Process Fuels Div.
May 14, 1980
30 years
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Cerillo DIrksz
Process-Oil Movts. & Ship.
May 24, 1980
25 years


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Princess


liletheriands


Beatrix


Queen
rmm


During the abdication ceremonies in the Moses and Aaron Salon In the Royal L
Palace in Amsterdam, H. M. Queen Juliana and her successor Crown Princess e
Beatrix. At far right, Queen Beatrix takes the oath to the Constitution and Is
formally invested in a civil ceremony before a Joint Session of the States-
General In the NIeuwe Kerk on April 30.
Durante ceremonia di abdicaclon den e Mozes en Aaron Zaal den Palaclo
Real na Amsterdam, Su Mahestad Reina Juliana y su sucesora Princesa Real
Beatrix. Mas na drechi, Reina Beatrix ta tuma huramento y ta word inau-
gura oflcialmente como Relna durante un seslon especial dl Asamblea Gene-
ral den Nieuwe Kerk dia 30 dl April.




THE ROYAL FAMILY : Her Majesty Queen Beatrix and Prince Claus with
their sons Prince Willem Alexander between them and Prince Johan Friso at
left, and Prince Constantijn in the foreground.
FAMILIA REAL : Su Mahestad Reina Beatrix y Prins Claus cu nan yiunan
Prins Willem Alexander mei-mei di nan y Prins Johan Friso na robez y Prins
Constantijn dilanti.


Photographs courtesy of ANP


Figaroa, Willems Attain 40th Service Anniversary
(Continued from page 1)


At Lago, Feliz took courses in Work
Direction-1, Effective Supervision, Cri-
tical Path Method, Effective Manage-
ment and followed several Fire Trai-
ning programs.
On his service anniversary, Chris-
mo A. Willems, an Operator in Pro-
cess Fuels Division, was honored at
a dinner at Dragon Phoenix by Lago's
Process Manager Don J. Gardner who
congratulated him for reaching his
40-year service milestone and presen-
ted him with the corresponding ser-


vice certificate and emblem. Also
present on this occasion were Divi-
sion Superintendents Joaquin Croes
and Raul Bisbal, Chrismo's wife Ce-
cilia and daughter Grace Ras.
Ale began his career at Lago as a
Laborer in the Carpenter Department
on May 9, 1940. After serving in the
local army from March 24 to October
1945, he returned to Lago and was as-
signed as a Process Helper in the
Light Oils Finishing Department. Here
he progressed to Treater in 1951 and


to Assistant Operator in 1950. He
earned promotion to Operator in De-
cember 1965. During his forty years,
he worked some 26 years in LOF
Sweetening and Treating Plants, later
in the Fuels Division's Vacuum and
hydrogen units and in recent years
at Pipestill No. 5 and the Tar boxes.
At Lago, he followed an LOF Trai-
ning program and took a gas testing
course and also completed an Inter-
mediate English Course at the Aruba
Commercial School.







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


The Crystal Bird awarded to
the Lago YMCA Fund Drive
Team for reaching the highest
percentage of their goal In
the annual YMCA campaign.


E Parha di Cristal gani door
di Lago su team di recauda
fondo pa YMCA pasobra nan-
a alcanza e percentage mas
halto dl nan meta den e cam-
panja annual dl YMCA.




Butane Lighters Can Be Hazardous in Hostile Environments
Are butane lighters hazardous ? The answer is obviously yes if they are abu-
sed, used improperly, or carried into hostile environments. Many incidents
have been reported to the National Safety Council in writing and substantiated
by photographs showing that lighters have exploded and are capable of spra-
ying people with flaming butane. Here are some examples of reported inci-
dents :
A lound bang was heard by men working near a rolling mill reheating fur-
nace. The next day, they found parts of an exploded butane lighter. Fortu-
nately, no one was nearby when it exploded.
A welder suffered third degree burns across his chest when intense heat
caused a butane lighter in his shirt pocket to explode.
A man carrying a lighter in the pocket of his trousers was every burned in
the groin and hip area when a spark entered his pocket and caused the ligh-
ter to ignite and explode.
Problems with Pressure
These incidents occurred in a hostile industrial environment where exposure
to high heat and sparks are very common. There are other ways a butane
lighter can be hazardous. For example, a loss of cabin air pressure in an air-
craft can cause a pressurized lighter to explode due to the difference of pres-
sure in the cabin. Also, a lighter that has been damaged could release exces-
sive amount of gas and suddenly engulf the victim's face with flames when a
spark is struck.
Why are butane lighters dangerous ? Butane is contained as a liquid under
pressure in a small tank. It is released as a gas when the valve is opened.
When butane is exposed to heat, large volume expansion takes place, increa-
sing the pressure inside the tank. As the pressure exceeds the strength of
the tank, a rupture occurs. If a victim is sprayed with the highly volatile gas,
this can result in severe burns. When the liquid is sprayed unto clothing, the
effect is similar to a wick in a kerosene lamp.
Pocket rockets?
William F. Foley, Chief of Fire Services, Chicago Fire Department, ran some
tests at the Chicago Fire Academy some time ago. Lighters were obtained in
local stores under a variety of names and were clearly labeled as dangerous
under certain conditions. Although none of the lighters exploded, all took off
like rockets when punctured. Shortly after the tests, Fire Commissioner Ri-
chard Albrecht issued an order prohibiting all personnel in field fire fighting
ranks from carrying butane lighters. This should be sufficient warning to all
people regarding the use of butane lighters.
Home Accidents
The butane lighter hazard obviously is not restricted to industrial situations.
Numerous incidents have occurred in homes where injuries were suffered due
to burns during refilling or misuse. Some of these victims were children, but
the majority were adults who spilled the lighter fluid on their hands, clothing,
curtains, or nearby furniture. Ignition of the fluid resulted in all kinds of body
burns.
(Continued on page 8)


YMCA Fund Drive Team
At Lago Earns Trophy
For Outstanding Contribution
When the YMCA Fund Drive Team
at Lago set their goal this year at
FIs. 12,500 in the annual campaign,
they set about collecting contributions
with their usual zest an zeal. Little
were they to know that this year
would be one of extraordinary
achievement. At the end of the fund
drive, they surpassed their goal by
collecting FIs. 15,443 or 123% of the
stipulated amount, the highest per-
centage of all island teams.
Thanks to the excellent contribu-
tions of Lago employees and contrac-
tor employees working at Lago, this
achievement allowed them to keep
the Crystal Bird Trophy, a trophy for
this year's fund drive which had been
rotated each week to the team with
the highest percentage.
The YMCA Fund Drive team at La-
go was first awarded this trophy on
April 17, about three weeks after the
island-wide YMCA Fund Campaign
began. At the time they had already
reached 930/0 of their goal. The fol-
lowing week, however, they lost the
trophy to another team, but continued
their efforts and in doing so, surpas-
sed their goal beyond their expecta-
tions.
With the best performance of all is-
land teams, the team at Lago helped
the YMCA surpass their overall goal
of FIs. 75,000 by Fls. 3 000.-
Rather than keep the trophy, the
team has decided to return the bird
to the YMCA at the beginning of the
1981 Fund Drive so it may again "fly'
from team to team and hopefully re-
turn again to Lago.
(Continued on page 8)

High School Cambia
(Continua di pag. 3)
Segun anjanan a pasa, algun di e
cuartonan a ser usa pa entrenamen-
to di compania y den anlanan mas
reciente, e edificio ocasionalmente ta-
bata e sitio pa program di entrena-
mento di rescate pa ALERT
Na Juli anja pasa, remodelamiento
di e school blew a cuminza cu tum-
bamento di e segundo piso y renoba-
cion di e promer piso, e anterior au-
ditorium, oficina y facilidadnan pa
warda material Den e area espacio-
so aki, Community Services lo ta den
un mehor position geograficamen-
te tambe pa trata cu reparacion-
nan, renobacionnan di casnan di Se-
roe Colorado y coordinacion di trabao
di comunidad cu personal di contra-
tista y esnan encargA cu Lago su edi-
ficionan.


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Effective Supervision Course leader Geor-
ge Hudanish discusses leadership skills
during a session.
Lider di e curso Supervision Eficaz Geor-
ge Hudanish ta papia tocante di habilidad
di liderato durante uno di e sessionnan.

Effective Supervision Course
Teaches Supervisors Skills
To Do Job More Effectively
Thirty-five management members
from various departments attended
an Effective Supervision Course in the
Administration Building this month.
The participants, who were nomina-
ted by their respective departments,
attended the course in two groups.
The first group of nineteen followed
the one-week program from May 19
to 23, while the second group of fif-
teen employees attended the sessions
during the week of May 26 The first
session was introduced by Vice Presi-
dent Per Nord, while the second
course was opened by Vice President
Roy M Douglas.
The supervisory development pro-
gram, formerly called Effective Mana-
gement Course, was taught by George
Hudanish of EIA, Coral Gables, who
conducted a similar course at Lago
two years ago. He was assisted by
Elias Fingal of Employee Relations,
who coordinated the training program.
Other part-time instructors were Ray
Farro (Work Methods Improvements),
Ev Beaujon (Safety for Supervisors
and Industrial Hygiene), Henry Coffi
and Eddy Thode (Labor Relations and
New Collective Working Agreement).
To give participants maximum be-
nefit of the course, they were given
questionnaires as pre-course mate-
rial, which they completed and sub-
mitted on the first session for dis-
cussion during the 40-hour course.
Each group was split into teams
consisting of members of the same
department who discussed and ana-
lyzed matters of mutual interests re-
lated to their specific jobs. Main
points of the course were emphasized
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I Peligernan di Lighter di Butano
(Continub di pagina 2)
gernan bao cierto condicionnan. Aunque ningun di e lighternan a explota, tur
a bula den aire manera raket ora cu nan a ser bor4. Algun tempo despues di
e pruebanan, Fire Commissioner Richard Albrecht a public un reglamento
prohibiendo tur personal den ramo di pagamento di candela di usa lighternan
di butano. Esaki mester ser suficiente aviso pa tur hende en cuanto usamento
di lighternan di butano.

Accidentenan na Cas
E peliger di lighter di butano obviamente no ta limit& na situacionnan indus-
trial. Numeroso incident a socede den casnan caminda heridanan a ser su-
fri a causa di quemaduras durante yenamento of mal uso di butano. Algun di
e victimanan aki tabata much, pero mayoria tabata hende grand kendenan a
basha e liquid di lighter ariba nan man, panja, cortina, of mueblenan den ve-
cindario. Cendemento di e liquid a result den tur tipo di quemaduras.

Algun Sugerencia pa Seguridad
Naturalmente, si Bo no ta huma, Bo no tin mester di usa un lighter. Sinem-
bargo, si Bo ta human y Bo ta usa lighter, aki ta sigui algun precaucionnan cual
Bo por sigui :
Mantene Bo lighter leuw for di tur fuente di calor of candela.
Nunca somet'l6e na temperaturanan mas cu 1200 F (490 C) pasobra esa-
ki ta causa rapido expansion di butano. No laga e lighter den auto ca-
minda solo por causa un aumento di calor.
Tene e lighter for di Bo cara ora cu Bo cende e chispa. Ahusta e vlam
pa e ta mas chiquito possible. Un vlam cortico ta reduci e peliger. No
usa ningun lighter cual no ta disenjA pa sera e fluho di gas automati-
camente. E mester por paga su mes. Un protection contra biento
rond di e vlam ta recomendA.
No trata di yena un lighter cerca di un vlam, stoof di gas of electric,
of cualkier tipo di calentador. No hiba un bleki di butano abordo di un
aeroplano pasobra e combustible por scapa den situacionnan di presion
atmosf6rico abao. E por result den un explosion y cubri pasaheronan
den vecindario cu vlamnan.
Mas important ainda, sinja Bo yiunan pa no hunga cu lighternan of swavel.
Quemaduranan ta haci mashi hopi dolor, por disfigura y hopi biaha por ta
fatal. Cu algun conocemento di e peligernan y algun guia, Bo por usa tur tipo
di lighter cu mas seguridad.


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New Central Tennis Courts Inaugurated in Seroe Colorado


The Central Courts Seroe Colorado's new double tennis
courts situated near the Lone Palm Stadium was inaugurated
on Saturday, May 24. Mrs. Heledy Golden, wife of Lago's pre-
sident performed the opening ceremonies by cutting a ribbon
at the entrance of the new tennis facilities. Assisting her was
Susan Geerman, Esso Club Youth Tennis Champion B.
E Central Courts e canchanan dobbel nobo di Seroe Colora-
do situa cerca di Lone Palm Stadium a ser inaugura ariba
Diasabra 24 di Mel. Sra Heledy Golden, esposa di Lago su pre-
sidente a habriele oficialmente door di corta un cinta na entra-
da di e facilidadnan pa hunga tennis. Aslstiendo Sra. Golden
tabata Susan Geerman, Campeona B den Tennis Hubenil di Es-
so Club.


An avid tennis player, Mrs. Golden played the opening match
against Adolf Genser on the new courts, followed by a Round Robin
Tournament played on all three courts. Mrs. Golden won the match.

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Un entusiasta hungador di tennis, Sra. Golden a hunga e promer
wega contra Adolf Genser den e canchanan nobo, sigui pa un Tor-
neo Round Robin teni ariba tur tres e canchanan. Sra Golden a
gana e wega.


(Continued from page 7)
through vu-graphs, charts and films.
The objective of the Effective Su-
pervision Course is to help supervi-


Effective Supervision Course
sors and other management members
get a better understanding of their
day-to-day job responsibilities through
more confidence, and to develop their


skills to become more effective in
dealing with people and with every
day job situations

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Butane Lighter Hazards
(Continued from page 6)
Some Safety Suggestions
Obviously, if you are a non-smoker, you don't need to carry a lighter. How-
ever, if you smoke and use a lighter, here are some precautions you can fol-
low :


- Keep your lighter away from all sources of heat or fire.
- Never subject it to temperatures over 1200 F (49 C) because this cau-
ses rapid expansion of the butane. Do not leave the lighter in a car
where the sun can cause a build-up of heat.
Plastic lighters should not be exposed to any kind of sparks, because
contact can melt the plastic and release butane gas which ignites very
easily.
Keep the lighter away from the face when striking the spark. Adjust
the flame to the shortest possible height. A short flame lessens the ha-
zard. Don't use any lighter that is not designed to shut off the gas flow
automatically. It should be self-extinguishing. A windshield around
the flame is recommended.
Do not attempt to refill a lighter near a flame, electric or gas stoves, or
any kind of heater. Do not carry a can of butane aboard an airplane be-
cause the fuel may escape in a low atmospheric pressure situation It
could result in an explosion and engulf nearby passengers in flames.
Most important of all, teach children not to play with lighters or matches.
Burns are extremely painful, disfiguring and too often fatal. With some
knowledge of the hazards and some guidance, you can use all kinds of lighters
more safely.


(Continued from page 6
This year's dedicated team mem
bers at Lago were Edgar Coffi Jossy
M Lacle, Joe V Alleyne Albino O
Yarzagaray. Nercisio E Krosendijk
and George M Nicholson of the Me
chanical Department Ernand H de
L'lsle, Nelo R Emerencia F Eric
Dowling, Daniel A Schmidt Joaquin
Croes. Simon A Wever and Julio F
Curiel of the Process Department
Dick Reitz, John Hodgson Errol J
Bardouille, Pedro J Irausquin George
W. Adams, Juan Noguera and Felis
Bikker of Technical Department R
Gene Goley of Business Planning &
Supply Department Oliver G Cole of
Seroe Colorado Schools, Elias Fingal
and Frits Maduro of Employee Rela
tions, Marketing & Public Relations
Leo A. Echteid and Nilo Swaen of
Controller's, and Julio R Martilla of
Security


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