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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: July 1980
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Language: Text in English and papiamento.
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- 1940-
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Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.


Aruba, Netherlands Antilles
Vol. 41 No. 7


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BMWs


July 1980


Norman G. Schuld Named A Director and Vice President of Lago Sept. 1
Effective September 1, Norman G. nic Institute, Indiana, and a Master's apartment, Esso Colombiana and short-
Schuld will join Lago as a Director degree in Marketing from Indiana ly thereafter was named Manager,
and Vice President. Mr. Schuld is University. He joined Exxon Interna- Economics and Planning Department,
currently General Manager of Esso tional in 1967 as a Market Analyst. International Petroleum (Colombia)
Standard Oil S. A. Ltd. Puerto Rico Following a series of assignments Ltd.


Division. He is succeeding Roy M.
Douglas who has been named Direc-,
tor and Vice President of Internatio-
nal Petroleum (Colombia) effective
September 1.

Mr. Schuld has a Bachelor's degree
in Chemistry from the Rose Polytech-


with that Company in New York, he
moved to Buenos Aires in 1973 as As-
sistant Manager, Coordination & Pe-
troleum Economics Department, Esso
Argentina.
In early 1974, he was transferred to
Bogota to become Division Head,
Evaluation Planning, Marketing De-


In 1977, he was appointed Assistant
General Manager of the Puerto Rico
Division and in 1978 assumed his pre-
sent position.
Joining Mr. Schuld on his new as-
signment, are his wife and three child-
ren.


Roy Douglas Named Director and Vice President

Of International Petroleum (Colombia) Sept. 1


Roy M. Douglas, Director and Vice
President of Lago, has been named
Director and Vice President of Inter-
national Petroleum (Colombia). He
will begin his new assignment about
September 1, 1980.
Mr. Douglas joined Lago as a Direc-
tor and Vice President-Staff on March
1, 1977. Before coming to Lago he
had been Planning Manager of the
Supply and Transportation Depart-
ment of Exxon International in New
York.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree
in Political Science and Economics,
from St. Ambrose College, and a
Master of Arts degree in Labor and
Industrial Relations from the Universi-
ty of Illinois.
Mr. Douglas joined the Exxon orga-
nization in 1962 at Exxon Research
and Engineering Company at Linden,
New Jersey where he was named Ma-
nager of the Engineering Corporate
Services Department in 1966. In 1968
he transferred to Exxon International,
New York Cargo Trading Department
and was appointed Manager of the
Market Planning Division of the Tra-
ding Department in 1971, and later on
Manager of the Trading Division. An
appointment to Assistant Manager of


the Marine Sales Department in 1974, /
was followed by his appointment as -..-
Planning Manager, Supply and Trans-
portation Department in 1975.
Accompanying him to his new as-
signment in Bogota is his wife Dolo-
res. Their sons Craig and Mark will
continue their education at universi-
ties in the U.S.A. R. M. Douglas

Fundacion Beca di Lago Ta Ofrece 20 Estudiante

Oportunidad pa Studia Afor; Ta Renoba 37 Beca


Binti graduado ariba nos isla a ser
ofreci e oportunidad pa continue nan
education na exterior cu un beca di
Lago Scholarship Foundation. E
ayudo financiero aki lo haci possible
pa nan realize nan ambicion di bira
profesionalnan den future den servicio
di comunidad Arubano. E becanan
nobo y e trinta y siete becanan re-
nobA aprobb pa e Lago Scholarship
Foundation e anja aki, Io cubri e anja
escolar 1980-1981.

Esaki ta e di binti-cuatro anja con-
secutivo cu Lago Scholarship Foun-
dation ta ofrece ayudo financiero na
hobennan den nos comunidad cu ta
merece esey y kendenan ta desea di
avanza den bida. E estudiantenan,
cu a haya un beca di Lago, a logra
esaki a base di excelente puntonan
na school, scorenan halto den various
testnan requeri pa qualificA pa con-


sideracion pa un beca di e Fundacion,
un fuerte interest den e carera cu nan
a scohe cual ta cuadra cu necesi-
dadnan di Aruba y un atitud posi-
tivo pa alcanza nan meta segun a
keda demonstrA den entrevistanan cu
e directive di e Fundacion.

E estudiantenan, cu a recibi un
beca pa studia na universidadnan na
Merca, ta: Georgina Arends (Qufmica)
- Bowling Green University, Ohio;
Francisco Acosta (Administracion
Commercial) Stetson University, Flo-
rida; Frank E. Hodgson (Ingenieria
EI~ctrica) Stevens University of
Technology, New Jersey; Erwin G.
Boekhoudt (Ingenierfa ElBctrica),
Raymond J. Every (Ingenieria MecA-
nica) y Albert Angela (Ingenierla Qul-
mica) Florida Institute of Techno-
logy; Annelien J. Diaz (Socologia),
(Continub na pag. 7)


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ARUBAESSONEWSJuly 1903


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



Roy Douglas Nombra Director y Vice Presidente

Di International Petroleum (Colombia) Sept.


Roy M. Douglas, Director y Vice
President di Lago, a ser nombrA
Director y Vice Presidente di Interna-
tional Petroleum (Colombia). El lo
cuminza su asignacion nobo pa mas
of menos 1 di September 1980.
Sr. Douglas a join Lago como un
Director y Vice Presidente-Staff dia 1
di Maart 1977. Promer cu el a bini

Lago School Principal Cole
Retires; Dr. Oliver Davis
Succeeds Him September 1
OLIVER G. COLE, Principal of the
Seroe Colorado School, will retire
September 1, 1980. Dr. Oliver C. Da-
vis will replace Mr. Cole as Principal
of the Seroe Colorado School.
Mr. and Mrs. Cole have been mem-
bers of the Seroe Colorado communi-
ty since August 1977 when they trans-
ferred from Esso Standard Libya,
Inc. Mr. Cole had been School Prin-
cipal of the Elementary School at
Marsa el Brega for seven years.
Mr. Cole holds a B. S. degree in
(Continued on page 6)


Lago, el tabata Planning Manager di
e Supply and Transportation Depart-
ment di Exxon International na New
York.
El tin-un grado di Bachiller den Ar-
tes -den Ciencia Politica y Economia
for di St. Ambrose College, y un
Grado di Maestro den Artes den
Asuntorian Laboral y Relaciones In-
dustriales for di Universidad di Illi-
nois.
Sr. Douglas a join e organization
di Exxon na 1962 na Exxon Research
and Engineering Company na Linden,
New Jersey, caminda el a ser nombrd
Gerente di Engineering Corporate
Services Department na 1966. Na
1968 el a transfer pa Exxon Interna-
tional, New York su Cargo Trading
Department y a ser nombra Gerente
di e Market Planning Division di e
Trading Department na 1971, y mas
despues Gerente di e Trading Divi-
sion. Un nombramiento pa Gerente
Asistente di Marine Sales Depart-
ment na 1974, a ser sigui pa un nom-
bramiento pa Gerente di Planning,
Supply and Transportation Depart-
ment na 1975.


Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.
-n* -nu -M


Mr. Ray Winkler, Planning and Public Affairs Department Mana- as an introduction to a panel discussion on oil exploration and
ger of Esso Inter-America Inc., Coral Gables, was guest speaker development. Present at this occasion were Lago President
at the Antllean Press Congress held at the Holiday Inn July 10 Jerry Golden, PR/Marketing Manager Frits BeauJon and Edward
to 13. Mr. Winklers speech on 'OII and the Thtrd World" served Francis of EIA.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


y luJ 1980


Norman G. Schuld Nombra
Director y Vice Presidente
Di Lago September 1, 1980
Efectivo 1 di September, 1980, Nor-
man G. Schuld lo bini Lago como
un Director y Vice Presidente di Lago.
Sr. Schuld actualmente ta Gerente
General di Esso Standard Oil S. A.
Ltd., Division Puerto Rico. El ta su-
cesor di Roy M. Douglas kende a ser
nombrA Director y Vice Presidente di
International Petroleum (Colombia)
entrante 1 di September.
Sr. Schuld tin un grado di Bachiller
den Quimica for di Rose Polytechnic
Institute, Indiana, y un grado di Maes-
tro den Marketing for di Indiana Uni-
versity. El a join Exxon International
na 1967 como Market Analyst.
Despues di un series di asignacion
cu e Compania ey na New York, el a
muda pa Buenos Aires na 1973 como
Gerente Asistente, Coordination & Pe-
troleum Economics Department, Esso
Argentina.
Na principio di 1974, el a transfer
pa Bogota pa bira Hefe di Division,
Evaluation Planning, Marketing De-
partment, Esso Colombiana y un cor-
to tempo despues el a ser nombrt
Gerente, Economics and Planning De-
partment, International Petroleum
(Colombia) Ltd.
Na 1977, el a ser nombra Asistente
Gerente General di e Division Puerto
Rico y na 1978 el a asumi su actual
puesto.


Acompanjando Sr. Douglas na su
asignacion nobo na Bogota ta su ca-
sa Dolores. Nan yiunan Craig y Mark
lo continue nan education na univer-
sidad na Merca.







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


During the scholarship award presentation in the G.O.B. on Friday,
July 25, Lago annuitant Mateo Reyes signs the scholarship docu-
ments on behalf of his son, Richard Reyes (insert). Signing on be-
half of the Foundation is Vice Chairman M. "Rocky" Angela. In the
background are other LSF recipients with their parents.


Scholarship winner Eflgenlo van der Blezen and his father, a
school teacher, sign the scholarship agreement in the presence of
LSF Board member Henry F. Coffl and LSF Chairman John Bell.
Also present, but not in the picture, was LSF Secretary/Trea-
surer Carlos Z. de Cuba, who explained the scholarship program.


Lago Scholarship Foundation Offers 20 Students 3

Opportunity To Study Abroad; Renews 37 Grants


Twenty island graduates have
been offered the opportunity to con-
tinue their education abroad through
a Lago Scholarship Foundation grant.
This financial assistance will enable
them to fulfill their ambition of be-
coming future professionals in the
service of the Aruban community.
These new grants and thirty-seven
renewal grants approved by the Lago
Scholarship Foundation this year will
cover the school year 1980-1981.
This is the twenty-fourth consecu-
tive year that the Lago Scholarship
Foundation offers financial aid to
deserving young people in the com-
munity who wish to advance in life.
The students, who have been awarded
an LSF grant, have earned it on the
basis of excellent school grades,
high scores in the various tests re-
quired to qualify for Lago Scholar-
ship Foundation consideration, a
strong interest in their chosen career
- which tie in with Aruba's need -,
and a positive attitude towards
achieving their goal as demonstrated
in interviews with the LSF Board.
The students, who have received a
scholarship to study at USA univer-
sities, are: Georgina Arends (Chemis-
try) Bowling Green University, Ohio;
Francisco Acosta (Business Admini-
stration) Stetson University, Florida;
Frank E. Hodgson (Electrical En-
gineering) Stevens University of
Technology, New Jersey; Erwin G.
Boekhoudt (Electrical Engineering),
Raymond J. Every (Mechanical En-
gineering) and Albert Angela (Chemi-
cal Engineering) Florida Institute of
Technology; Annelien J. Diaz (Psy-
chology), Sharine Dirksz and Hya-
cintha Geerman (Accounting) Barry


College, Florida; Joan T. F. Krosendijk
(Computer Science) University of
Mississippi; Anthony Willems (Electri-
cal Engineering) and Efigenio van der
Biezen (Chemical Engineering) Loui-
siana State University; Richard Reyes
(Mechanical Engineering) University
of Central Florida; Michael Wouters
- (Metallurgy) Mitchell College, Con-
necticut; Robert S. Fingal (Computer
Science) Biscayne College, Florida;
Robby V. Peterson (Hotel Administra-
tion) Florida International University;
Albert Albus (Commercial Pilot) -
Embry-Riddle University, Florida and
Marco Marlin (Engineering)- New York
State University at Brockport.
(Continued on page 7)


A very happy Georglna Arends receives
her LSF check and congratulations from
LSF Chairman John Bell. Looking on are
her proud father Pedro Arends of Mecha-
nical (left) and LSF Board member Henry
Coffl. Gina will study Chemistry at the
Bowling Green University.


Dick Reitz Returns to ER&E As Manager

Of Synthetic Fuels Process Engineering Division
Lago's Technical Manager, Richard Park, New Jersey. Dick will com-
(Dick) A. Reitz, has been named Ma- mence his new assignment on Au-
nager of the Synthetic Fuels Process gust 11, 1980.
Engineering Division of the Synthetic Before joining Lago in August 1976
Fuels Department of Exxon Research as Assistant Manager of the Techni-
& Engineering Company in Florham cal Deartment. he had been Section


R. A. Reltz


Head in the Petroleum Engineering
Department at ER&E in Florham Park.
In February 1978, he became Mana-
ger of the Technical Department in
charge of the Mechanical Engineer-
ing, Process Technical Services and
the Project Development Divisions,
and areas that were later reorganized
into the Analytical & Conservation
Systems Division.
This new assignment is not Dick's
first encounter with synthetic fuels.
In 1966/1967, he had an assignment
(Continued on page 7)


July 1980







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Lago Action Program Provides CLEAR View

Of Areas Requiring Good Housekeeping Efforts


Webster's Dictionary defines hou-
sekeeping" as 1. the management
of a house and home affairs, and 2.
the care and management of pro-
perty and the provision of equip-
ment and services (as for an in-
dustrial organization).
Good housekeeping at home is
what a housewife strives for and a
husband expects for an orderly, plea-
sant and safer life. At Lago, good
housekeeping is what Management
strives for and expects through the
cooperation of all employees at Lago
the maintenance of a clean, safe and
pleasant work area.
Under the present housekeeping
program which will be worked in-
to a major Company Policy alrea-
dy significant changes have been ta-
king place. The principal objective
of the program is not a "one-time"
cleaning campaign, or a periodic
"housekeeping campaign" or a com-
petition-type : "keep-your-area-clean-
and-receive-a-pat-on-the-back" cam-
paign. Lago's aim is to MOTIVATE
the individual employee to work neat-
ly and orderly as a HABIT.
Under the direction of our CLEAR *
Administrator Nelo Emerencia, a
three-prong Lago Action program is
well underway and in many respects,
the general appearance of the refine-
ry complex is beginning to show im-
provements. The program consists
of :
1. Start your own "maintain-as-
you-go" program : each one of us
is to tidy up his immediate area and
maintain it orderly and clean.
In this program, Lago is coordina-
ting clean-up actions for each area.
These actions are being performed
jointly by all Lago and contractor em-
ployees in that area, and all supervi-
sors including top management
members.
2. Clean up and beautification
program to address major areas.
Other groups, including contractor
forces, are currently tackling major
areas for clean-up and beautification
purposes. This program will be in-
corporating the road system and the
open area in the refinery as well.
3. Training program to sustain
good housekeeping practices. Ses-
sions with various groups of emplo-
yees and members of management
are being held in various areas in the
refinery to motivate everyone to mo-
dify his housekeeping habits and to
develop an awareness of the fact that
good housekeepnig is too important
to leave it to the other guy : it is the
responsibility of each man as part of


his job !
One of the activities where the
"maintain-as-you-go" action MUST
take place is during turnaround work.
Clean-up, while inspection and repair
jobs on a unit are taking place, must
be done simultaneously. One striking
example, which proves that it can be
done, is the recent turnaround of the
NFAR unit. Housekeeping awareness
among employees has started to show
during this major job. To accomp-
lish this, the employees worked in
teams while the unit turnaround was
going on. At the end of the post-
turnaround period, the NFAR unit was
in ship-shape condition. The same
cooperation is expected during the
current turnaround at Pipestill No. 7
and V2AR.
CLEAR Administrator Nelo Eme-
rencia is currently discussing the
three-prong Lago Action Program
with all division superintendents and
other top-management members to
follow up on the clean-up actions and
to work on an effective good house-
keeping training program. In the days
ahead, many of YOU will be approa-
ched by Nelo to solicit your sugges-
tions and any other information which
can be used towards the establish-
ment of a sound Lago Good House-
keeping Policy. It is only in a UNIT-
ED way that the good housekeeping
program can become and remain suc-
cessful and make our Company -
Lago a cleaner, easier and safer
place to work and a source of pride
to us.
* Clean Lago Environs Aruba


I-W

An assortment of rags, paper, cans, cartons, etc.
along the full length of the pipe alley north of LCAR.

Un surtldo di panja blew, papel, bleki, caha, etc.
den tur e largura di e pipe alley pa noord di LCAR.


While turnaround work is
i n progress, employees
form teams to clean up
the area accomplishing
both jobs simultaneously.



Mientras cu trabao di turn-
around ta den progress
empleadonan ta forma
team pa had e lugar lim-
pi logrando asina ambos
trabao simultaneamente.


A sure sign of bad housekeeping is t
piping, and even shoes and gloves. Thqi
north of the central pipe-all i
Muestra sigur di desculdo ta e lugar Vp
zapato y handschoen. E lugar ta zuid-v(
pipe-alley den art I








ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Program di Accion di Lago Ta Duna Bista CLA

Ariba Lugarnan Cu Mester Esfuerzo di Limpieza


-/"' --Dicclonario di Webster (Ingles) ta
'! :- LT defini "Housekeeping" como 1. e ma-

y yy 2 e cuido y maneho di propiedad
y e suministro di equipo y servicio-
nan (manera pa un organization
industrial).
BI Bon limpieza na cas ta local un
S ama di cas ta trata di logra y local
un esposo ta spera pa un bida mas
ordena, agradable y sigur. Na Lago,
M bon limpieza ta local Gerencia ta
busca pa logra y ta spera cu coope-
racion di tur empleado na Lago: e
mantencion di un lugar di trabao lim-
pi, sigur y agradable.
Bao di e actual program di limpie-
za cual lo ser integra den un P6-
liza Principal di Compania ya tin
algun cambio significant ta tumando
lugar E principal obhetivo di e pro-
President Jerry Golden grama NO ta un campanja di limpie-
with CLEAR Administrator za di "un solo biaha", of un "campan-
ja di limpieza" di cada tanto tempo
Nelo Emerencia and Pro- of e campanja tipo-competencia
"mantene-Bo-luga-r- limpi-y-haya-com-
cess and Mechanical Ma- pliment". Lago su meta ta pa MOTI-
nagers, division superin- VA empleadonan individualmente pa
traha limpi y cu orden como un COS-
lendents and supervisors TUMBER.
view the improved house- Bao direction di nos Administrador
CLEAR* Nelo Emerencia, un Progra-
keeping situation at NFAR ma di Accion di Lago di tres punto ya
ta encamina y den hopi respect, e
following clean-up during apariencia general di e refineria a
the unit turnaround. The mehora. E program ta consisti di :
1. Cuminza Bo propio progra-
results: a neater, more ma "mantencion segun Bo traha".
pleasant and safer area Cada un di nos mester haci su lugar
inmediato di trabao limpi y manten'd-
to work. le den orden y limpi. Den e progra-


I showing lumber, crates, lo
is south-west of the Coalesc
ie # 8 Pipestill area.
palu, caha, tuberia los, y hi
Coalescers, pa noord di cen
8 Pipestill.


ose Another eye sore and unsafe situation: at Finger Pier # 2.


ers/

asta
itral


Junk like this must be completely eliminated.


Un otro mal bista y situaclon pellgroso: na Finger Pier # 2.
Potoshi manera esaki mester ser completamente ellmind.


ma aki, Lago ta coordinando accion-
nan di limpieza pa cada area. E ac-
cionnan aki ta ser haci conhubtamen-
te door di tur empleado di Lago y
contratista den e area, y tur supervi-
sor incluyendo miembijon-' di ge-
rencia ehecutivo.
2. Program di limpieza y be-
Ileza pa cubri areanan grand. Otro
gruponan, incluyendo trahadornan di
contratista, actualmente ta .aacando
lugarnan principal pa haci nan limpi
y bunita. E program lo incorpora
sistema di camina como tambe e
areanan habri den refineria.
3. Program di entrenamento
pa mantene bon practicanan di
limpieza na trabao. Sesionnan ta
ser teni cu various grupo di empleado
y miembronan di gerencia den various
lugar den refineria pa motiva tur hen-
de pa modifica of cambia nan cos-
tumbernan di limpieza y desaroya e
conciencia na e hecho cu bon limpie-
za ta demasiado important pa la-
ga pa otro: ta e responsabilidad di
cada persona como parti di su trabao.
Un di e actividadnan caminda e ac-
cion "mantene segun Bo ta traha"
MESTER tuma lugar ta durante tra-
bao di inspection y reparacion, esta
turnaround. Hacimento limpi, mien-
tras cu trabao di inspection y repa-
racion ta ser haci ariba un unidad,
mester secede simultaneamente. Un
ehempel remarkable, cual ta compro-
ba cu esey ta possible, ta e reciente
turnaround di unidad NFAR. Aten-
cion pa limpieza entire empleadonan
a cuminza ser demostrA ora cu
empleadonan a traha como "team"
mientras cu e turnaround di e unidad
tabata progresando. Na final limpieza
na e unidad NFAR tabata complete. E
mesun cooperation ta ser sperA du-
rante e actual turnaroundnan na Pipe-
still No. 7 y V2AR.
Administrador CLEAR Nelo Emeren-
cia actualmente ta tratando e Pro-
grama di Accion di Lago di tres pun-
to cu tur superintendent di division
y otro miembronan di gerencia ehecu-
tivo pa sigui control e accionnan di
limpieza y pa traha ariba un progra-
ma eficaz di entrenamento pa bon
limpieza. Durante e dianan venide-
ro, hopi di BOSO lo ser acerca door
di Nelo pa Boso sugerencianan y
cualkier otro information cual por ser
usA pa e establecimiento di un bon
P6liza di Limpieza na Lago. Ta sola-
mente na un manera UNI e program
di bon limpieza por haya y keda un
exito y haci nos Compania Lago
- un lugar mas limpi, mas facil y
mas sigur pa traha y un fuente di or-
guyo pa nos tur.
* Clean Lago Environs Aruba







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Jan Vrolljk of Seroe
Colorado Ess Ser-
vice Center goes to
the rescue of stal-
led cars using an
approved gasoline
container with a
spout to prevent
spilling.



Jan Vrolljk di Seroe
Colorado Esso Ser-
vice Center ta bal
"reseata" autonan
cu a pars cu un
blekl aprobh pa ga-
sollne cu tin un
spult pa evlta pla-
memento.


No Tene Bleki di Gasolin Dentro di Bo Auto;

Esey Por Ta Un Cos Masha Peligroso pa Haci


No core rond cu gasoline den Bo
auto. Un galon di gasoline tin e for-
za explosive di 15 pida dinamiet.
Esaki ta e mehor conseho cu Bo por
haya, pasobra warda un bleki "spare"
di gasoline paden di Bo auto hunto
cu pasahero of den baul di Bo auto
realmente ta masha peligroso.
Humanan di gasoline por irrita Bo
wowonan, nanishi y garganta y por
haci hende sinti sonjo, specialmente
den un auto serA of aire-condiciona.
Tal condicionnan, naturalmente, lo ta
masha peligroso pa salud di pasahe-
ronan, pero por tin resultado mas se-
rio si e afecta e chofer mes.
Mas peligroso ainda ta e peliger
di candela. Ta di comprende corn
peligroso un candela causa pa gaso-
lin lo por ta den parti caminda pa-
sahero ta sinta. Pero e riesgo di
un dalmento parti patras di Bo auto
ta hace esey particularmente peli-

I S. C. Scho
(Continued from page 2)
Education from the University of New
Hampshire and a Master's degree in
Administration and Supervision from
the Plymouth State College in Ply-
mouth, New Hampshire. He has had
over 30 years' experience in teaching
and has spent most of his career in
the U.S.A. and the past ten years in
Libya and Aruba.
DR. OLIVER C. DAVIS comes to
Aruba as Supervising Principal of the
Seroe Colorado School with extensive
experience as principal of overseas
schools. Most recently, he has been
Principal of the Jumairah American
School in Dubai, United Arab Emira-


groso pa warda gasoline den bail
di Bo auto.
Pa warda of transport gasoline pa
mashin di corta yerba of otro maqui-
naria cu ta usa motor, aki ta sigui
various recomendacion di Exxon :
Usa un bleki di metal aproba cu
un tapa cu spring cu ta schroef sera
bon, equipA cu un spuit of disenji di
tal manera cu e por ser bashA sin
plama.
Na Merca operadornan di stacion-
nan di gasoline ta require pa ley y pa
otro codigonan local di incendio pa
observa prActicanan strict di segu-
ridad. Tal regulacionnan ta evita cu
operadornan por pone gasoline den
blekinan cu no ta aprobd.
Saca e bleki di gasoline for di
den Bo auto y yene'le.
Bai directamente cas y saca e
(ContinuA na pagina 8)

ol Principal Cole
tes.
Dr. Davis holds a B.S. degree in
Math and Education from the Univer-
sity of Houston, a Master's degree in
Education, Administration/Supervisor
from the Stephen F. Austin State Uni-
versity, and obtained his Ph. D. in
Education Administration from the
Vanderbilt Peabody College for Tea-
chers in 1971.
During fifteen of his twenty-two
year teaching career, Dr. Davis has
worked overseas, mostly in the Middle
East.
Dr. and Mrs. Davis, who is also a
teacher, will reside in Seroe Colora-
do.


Do Not Carry Gasoline
Inside Your Car; It
Can Be Very Dangerous
Don't carry gasoline around in your
car. One gallon of gasoline has the
explosive power of 15 sticks of dy-
namite.
This is the best advise you can get,
because carrying a spare container
of gasoline inside the passenger com-
partment or the trunk of a car is real-
ly dangerous.
Gasoline vapors can irritate the
eyes, nose and throat and can
cause drowsiness, especially in a
closed or air-conditioned car. Such
conditions, of course, would be un-
healthy for passengers, but could
have even more serious results if af-
fecting the driver.
Even worse is the danger of fire.
It is fairly obvious how disastrous a
gasoline fire could be in the passen-
ger compartment of a car. But the
risk of rear-end collisions makes it
particularly dangerous to carry gaso-
line in the trunk of a car.


To store and carry gasoline for
lawn mowers and other motor-driven
home machinery, here are several Ex-
xon recommendations :
- Use an approved metal can with
a tight screw-on spring cover, equip-
ped with a spout or designed so con-
tents can be poured out without spil-
ling.
Service station operations in the
U.S.A. are required by law and by lo-
cal fire codes to observe strict safe-
ty practices. Such regulations pre-
vent operators from putting gasoline
into non-approved containers.
- Take the gasoline can out of your
car to fill it.
- Go directly home and take the
can out of the car as soon as you
get there.
- Don't take the can of gasoline
into the house. Keep it in the ga-
rage or some other well-ventilated
area away from a water heater or
other source of ignition.
Gasoline is a useful and valuable
product one that requires careful
use and storage. And it's good to
keep in mind that one gallon of gaso-
lin has the explosive power of 15
sticks of dynamite.


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July 1980


A. Angela


F. Clark


F. Acosta


R. J Every


J. T. F. Krosendljk


R. V. Peterson


R. S. Fingal E. G. Boekhoudt


T. Felix


S. Dirks


A. Willems


(ContinuA
Sharine Dirksz y Hyacintha Geerman
(Accounting) Barry College, Florida;
Joan T. F. Krosendijk (Ciencia di Com-
putacion) University of Mississippi;
Anthony Willems (Ingenieria Electrica)
y Efigenio van der Biezen (Ingenieria
Quimica) Louisiana State University;
Richard Reyes (ingenieria Mecanica) -
University of Central Florida; Michael
Wouters (Metalurgia) Mitchell Col-
lege, Connecticut; Robert S. Fingal
(Ciencia di Computacion) Biscayne
College, Florida; Robby V. Peterson
(Administracion di Hotel) Florida
International University; Albert Albus
(Piloto Comercial) Embry-Riddle
University, Florida y Marco Marlin
(Ingenieria) New York State Univer-
sity na Brockport.
Felicia Clark lo studia Cuido di
Mucha na Hulanda y Tirso Felix lo
studia Arquitectura na HTS na
Curacao.


in Colorado on a multi-company de-
velopment effort for the Bureau of
Mines Shale Oil Retorting process.
Later in 1973 through 1976 as
Section Head of ER&E's Gas proces-
sing Section, he was involved in gas
processing in connection with substi-
tute natural gas production via gasi-
fication of hydrocarbons and coal.


M. Wouters


w rl

M. Marlin


F. E. Hodgson


di pag. 1)
E ganadornan di beca aki ta re-
presenta tres empleado di Lago,
nuebe yiu di empleado, tres yiu di
pensionista di Lago y cinco estudian-
te kende nan mayornan no tin asocia-
cion cu Lago.
E trinta y site becanan renobA a
bai pa estudiantenan kendenan ta
preparando nan mes pa careranan
cual ta inclui di Musica te Medicina
na Universidadnan na Merca, Canada,
Puerto Rico, Hulanda y Belgica.
For di tempo cu Lago Scholarship
Foundation a ser estableci na 1957,
402 hoben a recibi yudanza di e Fun-
dacion. Durante di e anjanan aki, e
Fundacion a inverti FIs. 4,260,000 den
e formacion di profesionalnan local,
hopi di nan kendenan tin hopi anja
caba di practice den nos comunidad,
y otronan cu actualmente ta studian-
do pa un carera na universidadnan
na exterior.


In his upcoming assignment, Dick will
be involved with the 100 TPD demon-
station unit for Exxon Catalytic Coal
Gasification process which will be
built in Rotterdam.
Dick says he very much enjoyed his
assignment with Lago and extends to
all best wishes in their future endea-
vors.


A. J. Diaz A. Albus


Lago Scholarships


(Continued from page 3)

Felicia Clark will study Child Care
in Holland and Tirso Felix will study
Architecture at the HTS in Curacao.
These scholarship winners repre-
sent three Lago employees, nine
children of employees, three children
of Lago annuitants and five students
whose parents have no association
with Lago.
The thirty-seven renewal grants
have gone to students who are pre-
paring for future careers ranging from
Music to Medicine at Universities in
the USA, Canada, Puerto Rico,
Holland and Belgium.
Since the establishment of the Lago
Scholarship Foundation in 1957, 402
young people have received assis-
tance from the Foundation.
During these years, the Foundation
has invested FIs. 4,260.000 in the for-
mation of local professionals, many
who already have had years of
practice in our community, and others
who are presently pursuing a career
at universities abroad.


H. Geerman


Fundacion Beca di Lago


I Dick Reitz Returns to ER&E
(Continued from page 3)


ARUBA ESSO NEWS








8 ARUBA ESSO NEWS July 1980


Participants In the "Torneo

de Ia Amistad Colombia -

Aruba" at the Esso Club du-
ring a farewell party which

culminated the bowling tour-

nament held at the Club's
bowling alleys June 29 July

3. The winning country, fe-
male was Colombia with

48,184 pins, 21 participants,

and winning country, male -

Aruba, with 39,516 pins and


15 participants.


*w1, l't~


Lago participants In the 51st Annual Texas A&M University's Fire Protection Course h
at College Station, Texas from July 27 August 1, can be seen here at the Foam Pu
per Truck at the Fire Truck Garage (I to r) : Fire Chief Jacinto Harms, Otllio Frank
(HDS), Errol E. Brown (Volunteer Fire Brigade Team Captain) of Mech. M&C; Rlcha
E. de Lange (OM&S), Charles E. Lynch (Utilittes), Servio A. Angela (VFB Pumper O0
rator) of Mech. MaL P&C, and Claudlo Geerman (VFB member) of Mech. Mechan
(Insert) Angel Martilla Fuels Division.


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On July 5, Venezuela celebrated the
169th anniversary of its independence at
the Simon Bolivar Plaza in Oranjestad.
Government officials, consuls of various
countries and business representatives
were present at the wreath-laying cere-
monies at the Simon Bolivar Statue. On
behalf of Lago President Jerry Golden,
accompanied by Public Relations/Market-
ing Manager Frits Beaujon, placed a
wreath honoring the Venezuelan liberator.
The ceremonies were followed by a re-
Scption at the Concord Hotel.



Dia 5 di Juli, Venezuela a celebra e di
169 aniversarlo di su independencia na
Plaza Simon Bolivar na Oranjestad. Ofi-
S cialnan di Gobierno, consulnan di various
S pals y representantes di negocionan taba.
S ta present na e ceremonia di ponemen-
to dl krans na e estatua di Simon Bolivar.
Na number di Lago, Presidente Jerry Gol-
I en, acompanji pa PR/Marketing Mana-
ger Frits Beaujon a pone un krans hon-
rando asina e libertador Venezolano. E
ceremonianan a ser sigul pa un recep-
clon na Concord Hotel.


Bleki di Gasolin
(Continua di pag. 6)

bleki for di Bo auto asina cu Bo ye-
ga.

No hiba e bleki di gasoline den
Bo cas. Ten'l6e den garage of cual-
kier otro lugar bon ventila cu ta leuw
for di calentador di awa of otro fuen-
te di candela.
eld
im- Gasolin ta un product util y va-
en lioso uno cu ta requeri uso y war-
ard damento cu cuidao. Y ta bon pa Bo
pe- corda semper cu un galon di gasoline
ilc. tin e forza explosive di 15 pida dina-
miet.