Aruba Esso news
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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: June 1980
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ADW A Esso

Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.

Aruba, Netherlands Antilles
Vol. 41 No. 6

June 1980

Reflecting Management's
commitment to improve
the general appearance
of the refinery complex,
Lago's President Jerry
Golden is seen here with
Nelo Emerencla, the
C L E A R Administrator,
while overlooking the Al-
ky Plant area. This is
one of the areas, which
will be tackled in Lago's
new housekeeping effort.

Reflehando gerencla su
compromise pa mehora e
apariencia general di e
compleho di refineria, La-
go su Presidente Jerry
Golden ta ser miri aki cu
Nelo Emerencia, e Admi-
nistrador C L EA R, mien-
tras cu nan ta observe e
area di Alky Plant. Esa-
kl ta uno di e areanan
cual lo ser trati den La-
go su esfuerzo nobo dl

Nelo Emerencia Ta Envolve
Gerencia y Empleado Den
Poliza Nobo di Limpieza
For di promer parti di Juni, Nelo
Emerencia a cuminza un asignacion
special como Administrador CLEAR
(Clear Environs Aruba). Su respon-
sabilidadnan lo encerra e desaroyo,
implementation, supervision y encar-
go di un program pa mehora e apa-
riencia general y eficacia di limpieza
pa henter e compleho di refineria.
Den e function nobo aki, Nelo lo re-
porta directamente na e Gerentenan
di Process y Mechanical, y lo traha
conhuntamente cu supertintendente-
nan di division den ambos departa-
mento. E establecimiento di e posi-
cion aki ta refleha Gerencia su reco-
nocimiento y necesidad percibi pa
haci mehoracionnan substantial den
e calidad di lugar di trabao.
Manera Nelo ta splica, tin dos fac-
tor-clave den e program aki cual ta
haciele diferente for di e "programa-
nan di limpieza" den pasado.
Primeramente, tin un compromise
di Gerencia pa enfatiza y apoya lim-
(ContinuB na pag. 7)

Lago Annuitants' Monthly Income Gets Boost

Under Company's Annuity Supplement Program

Together with their retirement
check of July 1, 1980, Lago's 1500
annuitants received a letter from La-
go's President G. E. Golden announ-
cing the approval of another Annuity
Supplement Program which will in-
crease their monthly income. In con-
nection with this post-retirement an-
nuity supplement Lago's tenth
since 1971 we asked President G.
E. Golden some questions:
Q. Mr. Golden, much Is written
and said these days about the ef-
fects of Inflation on the income of
annuitants. How does Lago view
this problem ?
A. This is a problem for anyone who
must live on a relatively fixed amount
of income. It is a problem faced in
just about every country and there
are no simple solutions.
Clearly, it is a problem requiring
the effort of the government, the em-
ployer and the person himself.
The government has not only to
confront the conditions that are work-

ing to stimulate the inflationary spiral
but also to establish a national pro-
gram of old age benefits that take in-
flation into account. In the Nether-
lands Antilles the Government's pro-
gram does respond to movement in
the cost of living index.
The individual should build into his
personal retirement planning the re-
cognition that inflation will probably
continue during his retirement years.
With this in mind, one should plan
ahead while one is still employed, to
increase financial security during the
retirement years.
As for Lago itself, we recognize
that pension income is reduced by
the inflation in the same manner as
wages. This is one of the reasons
we improved the pension plan last
year so that pensions now are based
on an employee's earnings' level
near the end of one's career rather
than on the average over a career.
This means that inflation at least to
(Continued on page 3)


Lago Oil Transport Co., Ltd.

Photographs by : Joe's Photographic Service
Editor: Mrs. L. I. de Cuba
Printer: Verenlgde Antilliaanse Drukkerljen N.V.


J. C. Hermans

J. C. Croes

Hermans, Croes Promoted in Process-HDS June 1

Effective June 1, 1980, Juan C. "JC"
Hermans was promoted to Process
Foreman and Juan C. Croes to Shift
Supervisor in the Process HDS Di-
vision. With his promotion, Juan
Croes has become a management
JC has almost 35 years of service
with Lago, having started as a Lago
Vocational School apprentice in 1945.
His first job after graduating was as
Process Helper in Process Acid &
Edeleanu where he has spent most
of his career.
After advancing to Assistant Ope-
rator in 1957 and to Operator in 1965,
JC was promoted to Shift Foreman
in the Acid & Edeleanu Plant in 1967.
A promotion in 1969 made him Main-
tenance Coordinator in the Refining
Division. In 1973, following a short
acting assignment as Mechanical Su-
pervisor in Mechanical M&C, he
transferred to Process HDS as Main-
tenance Coordinator. Since 1978 he
has been acting Process Foreman. In
this function, JC is responsible for
the HDS South Area, which includes
the Vacuum Pipestills, Sulfur Plants,
MEA units, SWAR units, sulfur hand-
ling facilities, West flare, the FSAR
unit and the Deaerator.
JC has followed many Lago-spon-
sored courses including Process Trai-
ning, Effective Management, Kepner-
Tregoe, CPM, Gas Testing and Fire
Training Courses.
JUAN CROES, as acting Shift Super-
visor, has worked in all areas of the
HDS Division. He has been with La-
go since September 1948. In 1952,

he graduated from the Lago Vocatio-
nal School and was assigned to the
Mechanical Machinist Division where
he advanced to Machinist A in 1961.
He transferred to Process Light
Ends Division in 1965 where he suc-
cessively worked as Levelman and
Assistant Operator until transferring
to the HDS Division in 1970 where he
became an Operator. Since 1977, he
has been acting in the position of
Shift Supervisor.
Juan has followed the Fire Training
and Scott Airpak Training Program.

Before becoming
Associate in January
had been a Senior

an Engineering
this year, Omar
Engineer since


Omar Bool and his wife
Cisca and children Nicole
and Marc prior to their
departure to New Jersey
where Omar begins an
assignment with ER&E.

Omar Bool y su cash Cls-
ca y nan ylunan Nicole y
Marc promer cu nan bla-
he pa New Jersey camln-
da Omar ta cumlnza un
asignacion cu ER&E.


June 1980


Omar Booi Leaves for ER&E
On Temporary Assignment
On June 16, Omar R. Booi, an En-
gineering Associate in the Econom-
ics & Planning Division of the Busi-
ness Planning & Supply Department,
began a temporary assignment with
Exxon Research and Engineering
Company in Florham Park, New Jer-
sey. Omar, who is accompanied by his
wife Cisca and their two children du-
ring his six to eight month assign-
ment, is currently working on the La-
go Heavy Crude Processing Study at
ER&E's Planning Engineering Divi-

A Chemical Engineer with a Mas-
ter's degree from the Delft University
in Holland, Omar has been working
with Lago since May 1972. He has
worked in Technical Process Engi-
neering Division on the Vacuum Pipe-
stills, Gofiners, Hydrofiners and Hy-
drogen Plant as a Contact Engineer,
and in energy studies on the refine-
ry's principal units while in the Ener-
gy Conservation Division between
1975 and 1976. He also worked on
various projects in the Project Deve-
lopment Division, and since 1978, he
has been working in the Economics
& Planning Division where he has de-
veloped the design basis for the Uti-
lities Upgrade Project, and where he
worked on other significant project



Entrada Mensual di Pensionista di Lago Hiza

Bao Lago su Programa
Hunto cu nan check di pension di
1 di Juli 1980, Lago su 1500 pensio-
nistanan a recibi un carta for di Pre-
sidente di Lago Sr. G. E. Golden
anunciando aprobacion di un otro
Program di Suplemento pa Pension
cual lo aumenta nan entrada men-
sual. En coneccion cu e Suplemen-
to di Pension despues di retire aki -
Lago su di diez desde 1971 nos a
haci Presidente Golden algun pregun-
ta :

P. Sr. Golden, hopi ta ser skirbi y
bisa e temponan aki tocante di e
efectonan di inflation ariba entra-
da di pensionistanan. Com Lago
ta mira e problema aki ?
C. Esaki ta un problema pa cualkier
persona cu mester biba ariba un en-
trada relativamente fiho. Esaki ta
un problema enfrent6 den practica-
mente tur pais y no tin solucionnan
simple pesey.
Claramente, esaki ta un problema
cual ta requer esfuerzonan di gobier-
no, donjo di trabao y e persona mes.
Gobierno no solamente mester con-
fronta cu e condicionnan cu ta tra-
hando pa stimula e curva inflaciona-
rio, pero tambe pa establece un pro-
grama national di beneficio pa behez
cual ta tuma inflation den considera-
cion. Den Antillas Neerlandes e pro-
grama di Gobierno ta ahusta na
cambionan den e indice di costo di
E ndividuo mester crea den su pla-
neamento personal pa retire e reco-
nocimiento cu inflation probablemen-
te lo continue durante su anjanan di
retire. Cu esaki en mente, el mester
plane for di antemano, mientras cu
ainda el ta emplea, pa aumenta se-
guridad financiero durante e anjanan
di retire.
Den caso di Lago mes, nos ta re-
conoce cu entrada di pension ta ser
reduce door di inflation na e mesun
manera cu salario. Esey ta un di e
motibonan pakiko nos a mehora e
plan di pension anja pasa pa asina
pensionnan ta basA awor ariba un
persona su nivel di ganashi cerca di
e fin di su carera en vez di ariba e
averahe di su carera. Esaki kier
meen cu inflation ta reflehA por lo
menos den cuminzamento di retire
den entrada di pension.
Despues di retire, Compania a asis-
ti pensionistanan pa medio di su Pro-
gramanan di Suplementacion di Pen-

P. Bo por bisa nos algo tocante di
e Programanan di Suplementacion
di Pension aki ?

di Suplemento di Pension
C. Tur anja for di 1971 Gerencia di
Lago a studia e movimiento of cam-
bionan den cost di bida den Antillas
Neerlandes y ora cu e indice di cos-
to di bida a move significantemente,
nos a duna pensionistanan di Lago
un suplemento pa yuda reemplaza al-
go di e capacidad pa cumpra cu a
ser perdi pa motibo di inflation.

P. E programanan ski ta costoso ?

C. Sigur cu si. Naturalmente, ta de-
pende na ki porcentahe e inflation ta
ocurri. For di 1974 Lago a otorga yu-
danza na nos pensionistanan di 8.5
million florin.

E program mas reciente aprob4
pa e anja aki cuminzando 1 di Juli
1980 lo costa Lago como 1.8 million

(Continua na pag. 6)

Annuitant's Monthly
(Continued from page 1)

the point of retirement is reflected in
pension income.

After retirement, the Company has
aided annuitants through its Annuity
Supplementation Programs.

Q. Can you tell us something
about these Annuity Supplementa-
tion Programs ?

A. Each year since 1971 Lago Man-
agement has reviewed the cost of li-
ving movement in the Netherlands
Antilles and when the cost of living
index moved significantly, we granted
Lago annuitants a supplement to
help replace some of the purchasing
power lost to inflation.

Q. Are these programs costly ?

A. Yes, they are. Naturally, it de-
pends on the rate of inflation that oc-
curs. Since 1974 Lago has granted
assistance to our annuitants of 8.5
million Florins.

The Program most recently approv-
ed for the year beginning July 1,
1980, will cost Lago about 1.8 million
Florins and will benefit about 1500
Lago annuitants.

Q. You say these are annual pro-
grams. Does this mean they can
be discontinued ?
A. We do review the facts each year
and there is no guarantee that the

"The pension supplement clearly demon-
strates Lago's concern for Its annuitants."
says President Jerry Golden.
"E suplemento di pension claramente ta
demonstra Lago su preocupacion pa su
pensionistanan." Presidents Jerry Golden
ta bisa.

Income Gets Boost
Program will be renewed from year
to year. It depends on the inflation
rate and the Company's financial con-

However, we have renewed the
Program in each of the past ten
years. I think this clearly demonstra-
tes Lago's interest in helping our an,
nuitants to enjoy their retirements
more fully.

. C. Tackling
P. C. Tackling

Ronald Tackling Promoted
To Senior Engineering Post
In Mechanical-IEM Division
Effective June 1, 1980, Ronald "Ron-
ny" C. Tackling of Mechanical Instru-
ment/Electrical Machinery Division
was promoted to Senior Engineer.
Ronny's promotion is in recognition
of his contributions in the Rotating
Section where he is involved in ana-
lysis and problem solving of rotating
(Continued on page 4)


June 1980



Daphne Lichtenatein and Loyda Vlanello, third grade
students of the Seroe Colorado School, hand a
class donation to Mrs. Utahna Barros, Directress
of the Casa Cuna. The class made FIs. 100 on 3000
egg cartons collected from community residents and
returned to chicken farms during a five-month pe-
riod after study on paper recycling last year. The
students plan to continue to assist the children's
home In Pos Chlquito with proceeds from their small
Daphne Lichtensteln y Loyda Vianello, estudiante-
nan di derde klas dl Seroe Colorado School a en-
trega un donaclon di FIs. 100 na Sra. Utahna Bar-
ros, Directriz d Casa Cuna. Henter e klas a co-
lecta 3000 caha di webo y bender nan bek cu chi-
cken farmnan despues dl un estudlo tocante pone
papel bek den uso. E muchanan tin plan pa sigul
yuda Casa Cuna cu ganashl dl nan negoclo chikito.

Seroe Colorado fourth graders Invited Dr. Hartog, Dutch author of many books
on the history of the Netherlands Antilles to answer questions on the history of
Aruba. The half-hour session was so interesting, that Dr. Hartog himself volun-
teered to return for a one-hour session on May 27. For the students it was a
wonderful opportunity to talk to the Dutch historian, and for Dr. Hartog himself,
the experience was quite unique. Although he gave many lectures on history in
the past, this was his first direct contact with children, an occasion which gave
him much satisfaction.

Ariba Invitacion dl muchanan di vierde klas di Seroe Colorado School, Dr. Har-
tog, autor di hopi bukl dl historic dl Antillas Neerlandes, a contests hopi pregun-
ta tocante di Aruba. E session di mel hora tabata asina interesante cu Dr. Har-
tog mes a decide di bolbe pa un hora dia 27 di Mel. Tabata un oportunidad
unico pa e muchanan, y pa Dr. Hartog mes, kende apesar di a tene hopi charla
tocante di historic den pasado, tabatin contact director cu much pa di promer
biaha, local el a gusta masha.

Service M1-ilesi tuLjes

25 and 30-Year Service Awards

Paulus Faarup
Ind. Security Lago Police
30 years

Girigorlo Brion
Technical Mech. Eng.
25 years
June 2, 1980

Juan Bookhoudt
Mech. Tradesman Other
30 years
June 16, 1980

Francisco Solognler
Ind. Security Lago Police
30 years
June 13, 1980

Francisco L Loefstok
Process Utlties Div.
25 years
June 23, 1980

S Tackling Promoted
(Continued from page 3)
Ronny joined Lago in 1969 as a
Safety/CYI Clerk in Employee Rela-
tions Safety Section after attending
the University of Oklahoma where he
studied Chemical Engineering. After
working in the Safety Inspector cate-
gories, he became Safety Inspector A
in 1971. The following year he was
awarded a scholarship under the La-
go Educational Assistance Program
to study Industrial Engineering at the
Rhode Island University in Rhode Is-
land. After obtaining his B.S. degree
in 1974, he was assigned to Mechani-
cal Engineering Project Engineer-
ing Section. He later also worked in
the Engineering Technical Services
In 1978, Ronny transferred to the In-
strument/ Electrical Machinery Divi-
sion. Most recently Ronny was ap-
pointed Chairman of the Rotating
Equipment Team which deals with
special machinery problems.
Ronny has followed the Effective
Supervision, Kepner-Tregoe, Mecha-
nical Engineering, Process Econo-
mics, Scott Air-Pak courses and fire
training courses at Lago as well as at
the Texas Fireman's School.

June 1980

June 1980

30-ft High platform
erected by Lago
around DC-10 rear
end enabled airline
technician to work
comfortably and

Plataforma di 30 rA ,
pia halto construl
door di Lago rond
di e part trasera
di e DC-10 a haci--
posible pa tecnico-
nan di e line area
traha confortable-
mente y cu seguri-

Lago Helps American Airlines Meet Target

For Replacement of
As the gigantic American Airlines
DC-10 N124AA was getting ready to
leave Aruba on Sunday, May 25, Ame-
rican Airlines Mechanic Lothar van
Eer discovered a problem with the
aircraft's rear engine during a rou-
tine pre-departure maintenance in-
spection. American Airlines authori-
ties on the island cancelled the flight
to New York via Curaqao and arrang-
ed for the arrival of another DC-10
from Puerto Rico a few hours later.
In an unprecedented situation in
Aruba, in which Lago would play an
important role, AA's representatives
decided to replace the engine right
here at the Princess Beatrix Airport,
as soon as a replacement arrived
from their headquarters in Tulsa,
Oklahoma along with a team of AA
technicians. The entire operation of
removal, installation and testing of
the new equipment was set at 72
hours. AA's General Manager for the
Netherlands Antilles Mr. David W.
Cook and his assistant Mr. Ceferino
Mendez moved fast to make the ne-
cessary arrangements to meet the
deadline. Because of the location of
the engine high up at the rear end of
the plane, a special platform was re-
quired to enable the AA technicians
to work freely, comfortably and safe-
ly. The erection of the platform had
to begin right away, pending the ar-
rival of the team who were bringing
all necessary equipment and accesso-

DC-10 Engine in Aruba
ries for the mechanical operation the
same day.
After exhausting their resources,
AA authorities contacted Lago for as-
sistance on Monday morning. The
Mechanical Department was given
their request and Mr. Edgar Coffi of
Lago's Refinery Maintenance Zone
was dispatched immediately to size
up the needs. He set everything in
motion to provide the necessary scaf-
fold material and contracted manpo-
wer from Aruba Painting so that a
30-ft high platform could be erected
in the minimum time possible. The
platform would have to support simul-
taneously ten men engaged in the re-
moval/installation operation.
In nine hours from 2 p.m. to 11
p.m., fourteen men erected the high
structure around the rear end of the
DC-10. While preliminary work be-
gan by the airline team, Lago's con-
tracted men used about 100 "Gold
Medal" scaffold piping to erect the
structure and installed the required
planks for the platform, under guid-
ance of two Aruba Painting supervi-
sors. The overall operation was al-
ternately supervised and coordinated
by Edgar Coffi of the Refinery Main-
tenance Zone and Pedro Arends of
the Contract Execution Zone.
In the hours which followed, seven-
teen airline technicians in inter-
changing shifts worked at a fever-
(Continued on page 8)

American Airlines Ta Cambia
Motor di DC-10 Rapidamente
Na Aruba Cu Yudanza di Lago
Ora cu e gigantesco American Air-
lines DC-10 N124AA tabata ser pre-
para pa sali for di Aruba ariba Diado-
mingo, 25 di Mei, Mecanico di Ame-
rican Airlines Lothar van Eer a discu-
bri un problema den e avion su motor
trasero durante un inspection di man-
tencion di rutina cual ta ser hacf pro-
mer cu vuelo. Autoridadnan di Ame-
rican Airlines ariba nos isla a cance-
la e vuelo pa New York via Curaqao
y a haci arreglo pa e yegada di un
otro DC-10 for di Puerto Rico algun
hora despues.
Den un situation sin precedent
aki na Aruba, den cual Lago a hunga
un rol important, American Airlines
su representantenan a decidi pa re-
emplaza e motor aki mes na Aero-
puerto Prinses Beatrix, tan pronto cu
e otro motor nobo lo a yega for di
nan sede na Tulsa, Oklahoma hunto
cu un equipo di t6cnico di American
Airlines. E trabao com'pleto di kita,
install y haci pruebanan cu e quipo
nobo a ser fih; na 72 hora. Gerente
General di American Airlines pa An-
tillas Neerlandes Sr. David W. Cook
y su asistente Sr. Ceferino Mendez a
tuma accion rApido pa haci e arreglo-
nan necesario pa alcanza e fecha sti-
pula. Pa motibo di e position di e
motor te na halto na e parti patras di
e avion, un plataforma special tabata
necesario pa haci possible pa e t4cni-
conan di American Airlines por a tra-
ha libremente, confortablemente y cu
E construction di e plataforma
master a cuminza mes ora pendiente
yegada di e personal cu tabata trece
tur equipo y accesorio necesario pa
e operation mecanico e mesun dia.
Despues di usa tur nan recursonan,
e autoridadnan di American Airlines
a tuma contact cu Lago pa yudanza
ariba Dialuna mainta. Mechanical
Department a ser dunA nan peticion
y Sr. Edgar Coffi di Lago su Refinery
Maintenance Zone a ser mandA inme-
diatamente pa huzga loque tabatin
master. El a prepare tur cos pa su-
ministra e material di stelashi nece-
sario y trahadornan contratA di Aru-
ba Painting pa nan traha un pla-
taforma di 30 pia halto den un tempo
minimo possible. E plataforma lo
mester a soporta peso di simultanea-
mente diez homber trahando ariba
operacionnan di desmantelamiento y
Den nuebe hora di 2 p.m. pa 11
p.m., diez-cuatro homber a traha e
estructura halto rond di e parti patras
di e DC-10. Mientras cu e team di e
linea area tabata cuminza ariba tra-
(Continua na pag. 7)



Presenting the plaque to Jacinto Ras on behalf of his colleagues
is Hendrik Fujooah, the Dordrecht graduate with the longest ser-
vice at Lago. Jacinto will present the plaque to the HTS facul-
ty when he returns to Holland.

Presentando e plaket na Jacinto Ras na number dl su coleganan
ta Hendrik Fujooah, e graduado di Dordrecht cu mas servicio na
Lago. Jacinto to present e plaket na e facultad naa HTS ora
cu a regresa Hulanda.

Lago Engineers Present Plaque to HTS Dordrecht

For Contribution In Their Career Development

In a gesture-of appreciation towards
their alma mater, six Lago engineers
met with an HTS student on practical
training at Lago to enjoy dinner at
the Cattle Baron Restaurant on Fri-
day, June 13. The pleasant reunion
was to honor the HTS Dordrecht in
Holland, which has molded their ca-
reers and which, they feel, has indi-
rectly contributed to the welfare and
progress of our island.

During the very animated reunion,
wherein the group reminisced over
the wonderful and sometimes hectic
college year, the engineers honored
their college by presenting a plaque
to Jacinto Ras, the final-year HTS
Dordrecht student who will be return-
ing to Holland next month. He in
turn, will make the official presenta-
tion on behalf of Lago's engineers
and will convey their message of lo-
yalty and appreciation to the HTS fa-
culty of Dordrecht.

The idea to honor the Dordrecht
institution occurred somo time ago,
when a group of engineers were dis-
cussing their college years, and dis-
covered that several among them had
studied at Dordrecht. After checking

around, they found out that there are
presently six Dordrecht HTS gradua-
tes employed at Lago. Because all
of them had much praise for the
school's system and faculty, they de-
cided to have a plaque made with an
appropriate inscription as lasting proof
of their gratitude and admiration for
the college.

The plaque, in a scroll design and
with the inscription "To HTS Dor-
drecht in appreciation of efforts ex-
pended in shaping our careers" and
listing the names of the ex-students,
was presented to Jacinto Ras by Hen-
drik Fujooah in the presence of the
engineers and their guests. Of the
group, Hendrik is the Dordrecht gra-
duate with the most Lago service -
ten years. He is a Chemist in Techni-
cal Analytical & Conservation La-
boratories at present. The most re-
cent Dordrecht graduate at Lago is
Alvin Koolman, who studied Chemi-
cal Technology, and who has been
with Technical Process Technical
Services since February this year af-
ter completing his practical period at

The other Dordrecht HTS graduates

The six Dordrecht graduates working at Lago can be seen here
In front of the G.O.B They are: (I to r): Alvin Koolman, Char-
lie Richardson, Rudy Koopmans, Hendrik Fujooah, (Insert) WII-
kinson Leslie and Jossy Lacl).

E sels graduadonan di Dordrecht cu ta traha na Lago por ser
mira aki dllanti dl Oficina Principal. Nan ta: Alvin Koolman,
Charlie Richardson, Rudy Koopmans, Hendrik Fujooah, den skin
abao : Wilkinson Leslie y Jossy Lacd).

I Entrada Mensual
(Continua di pag. 3)
florin y lo beneficia como 1500 pen-
sionista di Lago.

P. Bo ta bisa cu esakinan ta pro-
gramanan annual. Esey kier meen
cu nan por ser descontinua ?

C. Nos ta studia e casonan tur anja
y no tin garantia cu e Programa lo
ser renoba di anja pa anja. Ta de-
pende di e proporcion di inflation y
Compania su condition financiero.
Sinembargo, nos a renoba e Pro-
grama den cada uno di e diez anja-
nan cu a pasa. MI ta kere cu esaki
claramente ta demostra Lago su in-
teres den yuda nos pensionistanan
disfruta mas plenamente di nan reti-

are Charlie Richardson (chemical en-
gineer) presently assigned to T.I.C,
Jossy Lacl6, a mechanical engineer,
who obtained his Business Economics
degree at Dordrecht and is presently
Zone Supervisor in Mechanical Ma-
terials M&C; Rudy Koopmans (me-
chanical engineer), a Senior Engineer
in Technical Project Development
Division, and Wilkinson P. Leslie
(chemical engineer) a Process Fore-
man in Process Fuels Division.


June 1980

June 1980

Nelo Emerencia To Set Up Housekeeping Policy

Stressing ManagementlEmployee Involvement
Since early June, Nelo Emerencia responsibility of each one of us to
has undertaken a special assignment maintain our work place clean and
of CLEAR (Clean Environs Aruba) Ad- nobody should have the illusion that
ministrator. His responsibilities will cleaning up is someone else's res-
encompass the development, imple- ponsibility.
mentation, supervision and steward-
ship of a program to upgrade the To meet this goal, Nelo is develo-
overall appearance and housekeeping ping a program to correct and impro-
effectiveness of the entire refinery ve facilities and conditions, deterio-
complex. In this new job, Nelo is re- rated by the elements of Mother Na-
porting directly to the Process and ture. The program will also improve
Mechanical Managers, and will be the general appearance of some re-
working with the Division Superinten- finery areas to meet the standards,
dents in both departments. The esta- and thus provide the employees with
blishment of this position reflects Ma- a clean environment. But, in addi-
nagement's recognition and perceived tion, the employees will be provided
need to make a substantial improve- with the training, tools and facilities
ment in the quality of our work place. to sustain good housekeeping in their

As Nelo explains, there are two
key-elements in this program which
make it different from "housekeeping
programs" in the past. Firstly, there
is the commitment by Management to
continuously emphasize and support
housekeeping as a high priority acti-
vity. To this end, Nelo is currently
defining standards and procedures to
be adopted by Executive Manage-
ment as a "Lago Housekeeping Po-

The second key-element is to mo-
tivate the individual employee to
"work clean" as a habit. It is the

Lago Ta Yuda
(Continua di pag. 5)

baonan preliminario, Lago su hende-
nan contrata a usa como 100 tubo di
stelashi "Gold Medal" pa traha e es-
tructura y a instalA e tablonnan pa e
plataforma, bao guia di dos supervisor
di Aruba Painting. Henter e opera-
cion a ser supervise y coordina pa
turno door di Edgar Coffi di Refinery
Maintenance Zone y Pedro Arends di
Contract Execution Zone.

Den e horanan cu a sigui, diez-sie-
te t6cnico di e line area inter-
cambiando warda a traha cu gran
empeho pa caba dentro di e hora sti-
pulA di 72 hora pa reemplaza e mo-
tor di 26 pia largo y 6 pia den diame-
ter cual ta un turbina di gas di 50,000
forza di cabai.

Cu excepcion di a plataforma sumi-
nistra pa Lago, ningun otro equipo of
facilidadnan local a ser usA. Mayo-
ria di American Airlines su aparato-
nan pa hiza den e trabao aki, tabata
construe den e parti trasero di e jet
mes. Trahando eficientemente y ex-
pertamente, e t6cniconan di Ameri-

respective areas. Through contacts
and sessions with the employees and
supervisors, Nelo hopes to establish
an exchange of information : the
group's input to Lago's housekee-
ping efforts, and Management's con-
tinuing emphasis on sustained good
housekeeping practices.

It is obvious that this effort will re-
quire the support and participation
of every Lago employee. With your
cooperation, we will have at all times
a clean working environment at Lago,
because we deserve it. Off-and-on
clean-up campaigns will then belong
to the past.

American Airlines
can Airlines a prepare e DC-10 pa e
testnan inicial obligatorio cual a ser
haci for di 6:30 pa 8'or Diarazon ano-
chi door di expertonan cualnan a bi-
ni specialmente for di John F. Ken-
nedy International Airport. E testnan
a demostra cu e instalacion tabata
100 porciento perfect y segun
plan e DC-10 a regresa pa e Aero-
puerto Internacional John F. Kennedy
na New York pa continue su vuelo-
nan normal.

Lago su reaction inmediato pa pre-
para e lugar pa e expertonan di e li-
nea area por a traha, a hunga un rol
important den e comienzo di e ope-
racionnan mecanico sin p6rdida di
tempo, hacienda possible cu a autori-
dadnan di e compania di aviacion por
a complete e cambio complete di e
motor den 54 hora, 18 hora mas tem-
pran cu a ser planeA. Na mesun tem-
po, Lago su cooperation a yuda e li-
nea adreo mantene nan plannan di
vuelo, hacienda possible pa e indus-
tria turistico di nos isla por a conti-
nua su ritmo normal.



Nelo Emerencia studies critical areas on
map of the refinery to be handled first In
housekeeping program.
Nelo Emerencia ta studia areanan critco
arlba mapa di refineria cual lo ser trate
promer den program di limpleza.

I Emerencia I
(Continua di paglha 1)
pieza continuamente como un activi-
dad di alta prioridad. Cu e fin aki,
Nelo actualmente ta definiendo nor-
manan y procedimientonan pa ser
adopt door di Gerencia Ehecutivo
como un "P6liza di Limpieza di La-
E segundo factor-clave ta pa moti-
va e empleado individual pa "traha
limpi" como un costumber. Ta e res-
ponsabilidad di cada un di nos pa
mantene nos lugar di trabao limpi y
ningun hende mester tin e illusion cu
hacimento limpi ta responsabilidad di
otro hende.
Pa yega na e meta aki, Nelo ta de-
saroyando un program pa corregi y
mehora facilidadnan y condicionnan,
deteriorA pa elementonan di Madre
Naturaleza. E program tambe lo
mehora apariencia general di algun
area di refineria pa keda dentro di a
normanan, y asina crea un ambiente
limpi pa empleadonan. Pero, ade-
mas, empleadonan lo haya entrena-
mento, hermentnan y facilidadnan pa
mantene bon limpieza den nan res-
pectivo area di trabao. Pa medio di
contactonan y sesionnan cu emplea-
donan y supervisornan, Nelo ta spe-
ra di establece un intercambio di in-
formacion : e grupo su aporte na La-
go su esfuerzonan pa limpieza, y Ge-
rencia su continue enfasis ariba bon
practicanan di limpieza manteni.
Ta evidence cu e esfuerzo aki lo re-
queri e apoyo y participation di tur
empleado di Lago. Cu Bo coopera-
cion, nos Io tin tur ora bai un ambien-
te limpi di trabao na Lago, pasobra
nos merec6le. Campanjanan di lim-
pieza de vez en cuando anto lo per-
tenece den pasado.


Students In the 1980 Summer Training Program for College Stu-
dents are flanked here by Ellas Fingal at left, and Stefford Cour-
tar at far right at the Administration Building on Monday,
June 16.

Estudlantenan den e Programs dl Entrenamento den Verano pa
Estudlantes di Coleglo pa 1980 na Administration Bulildng Dialu-
na, JunI 16, hunto cu Elias Fingal (robez) y Stefford Courter
(drechi) di Employee Relations.

Record Number of Students
In Summer Training Program
On June 16, forty students, who are
on vacation from colleges abroad,
started at Lago under the Company's
Summer Training Program for College
Students. They were welcomed at
the Administration Building by Elias
Fingal and Stefford Courtar of the
Employee Relations Department after
which followed an introduction about
the Lago organization and the stu-
dents' responsibilities during their as-
signments. At the end of their orien-
tation program, which included a re-
finery tour, their supervisors or con-
tact person during the eight-week
training program, took them to their
respective work location.

Over sixty students a record num-
ber applied for participation in the
summer training program this year.
The forty students accepted in the
program also a record repre-
sent the majority of applicants, all of
them who were placed in the mean-
ingful jobs available in the company.
In their selection, priority was given
to students whose educational back-
ground best matches the available
job opportunities.

In what may be deemed a learn-
and-earn program, the students are
given the opportunity to become ac-
quainted with a work environment
which may give them the experience
they need for their future careers.

The Summer Training Program will
close on August 8, 1980.

I Lago Helps Ame
(Continued from page 5)
ish pitch to meet the 72-hour dead-
line to replace the 26-ft long, 6-ft.
in diameter engine a 50,000 HP
gas turbine.
Except for the Lago-provided plat-
form, no other local equipment or fa-
cilities were used. Most of AA's lift-
ing devices for the job were built in-
to the jet's tail end. Working effi-
ciently and expertly, the AA techni-
cians got the DC-10 ready for the
mandatory initial tests which were
carried out from 6:30 to 8 Wednesday
night by experts flown in from the
John F. Kennedy International Air-
port. The tests showed that the in-

erican Airlines
stallation was 100 percent perfect and
- according to plan the DC-10 re-
turned to the JFK International Air-
port in New York to resume normal
Lago's immediate response in set-
ting the stage for the airline experts
played a major role in beginning the
mechanical operations without delay,
enabling the airline authorities to
complete the entire engine change in
54 hours, 18 hours ahead of their
plan. At the same time, Lago's coo-
peration helped the airline maintain
their flight plans, while affording the
island's tourist industry to continue
its normal pace.


Newly hired Process employees following the Refinery Basics Course, while on refinery
tour, are: (front row): Nazarlo V. Larmonie, Frankle Garcla, Gerald M. Wever and Ellas
Fingal Jr. Standing are (I to r): Rutllo L Franken, Luls B. Curiel, Orlando T. Croes,
Mario D. Rasmijn, Paul ZIJlstra and Sllvlo R. Vrollik.

June 1980

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