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Title: Aruba Esso news
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Language: English
Creator: Lago Oil and Transport Company, Ltd
Publisher: Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
Place of Publication: Aruba Netherlands Antilles
Creation Date: August 1980
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/A AWMNA Esso

Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.

Aruba, Netherlands Antilles
Vol. 41 No. 8


August 1980


Marciano "Rocky" Angela Promoted to Manager

Of New Special Projects Department Sept. 1
Effective September 1, Marciano apartment will be responsible for the
"Rocky' Angela, presently Assistant development and execution of other
Manager of the Technical Department, important technological and facilities
will be promoted to Manager of the innovations that will enable Lago to
newly-formed Special Projects De- meet its business objectives. Several
apartment. The primary objective of projects involving light ends and dis-
this department will be to enhance tillate production, energy conserva-
Lago's capability to manage and exe- tion, visbreaker operation, and heavy
cute major engineering projects. crudes processing are currently un-
The Technical Department will conti- der study. In this new position, Ro-
nue to perform the customary project cky will be reporting to the Vice Pre-
development and engineering work in sident of Operations.
accordance with Lago's yearly capi- Rocky holds a B.S. degree in Elec-
tal budget, trical Engineering from Cornell


M. Angela


The new Special Projects Depart-
ment, which Rocky will be heading,
will assume the responsibility for over-
all project coordination and imple-
mentation of the $ 12 million Utilities
Upgrade Project presently under de-
velopment. In addition, the new de-


University where he studied with a
Teagle Scholarship. He has twenty-
six years of service with Lago. Be-
fore continuing his education abroad
in 1956, he had been an Instrument
Helper A in the Mechanical Depart-
ment.
After rejoining Lago in 1961, Rocky
was assigned Coordinator for the for-
mer Aruba Chemical Industries (ACI),
and in 1965 became the first staff
employee to attain the position of Su-
pervising Engineer at Lago.
In 1972 he was promoted to Divi-
sion Superintendent of Materials fol-
lowing a series of responsible posi-
tions in Process and Mechanical De-
partment. In this same capacity, he
later headed the C&T Facilities Divi-
sion, the Fuels Division in Process
Department, and later of the Instru-
(Continued on page 2)


N. G. Schuld
New Lago Vice President as of Septem-
ber 1, 1980, Is Mr. Norman G. Schuld. As
previously announced, Mr. Schuld suc-
ceeds Mr. Roy M. Douglas who has been
transferred to International Petroleum
(Colombia) in Bogota.

Francisco Kock Promoted
To Engineering Associate
In Technical A&CS Div.
Effective August 1, Francisco "Chi-
cc' Kock, a Senior Engineer in Tech-
nical Analytical & Conservation Sys-
tems Division, was promoted to Engi-
neering Associate. This promotion
is in recognition of Chico's technical
expertise and many contributions in
the Energy Conservation Area.


Lago Ta Anuncia Cambio Den Plan di Hypotheek

Obtenible For di Home Building Foundation


Efectivo 25 di Juli, 1980, Lago a
anuncia un series di cambionan apro-
ba en cuanto prestamonan di hypo-
theek bao Lago su Plan pa Hypotheek
Residencial for di Home Building
Foundation. E cambionan, cualnan a
drenta na vigor e mesun dia, ta mane-
ra lo siguiente :

E prestamo maximo permit a
ser aumenta for di 2 anja di
sueldo regular/salario of FIs.
60.000, cualkiera ta mas abao,


pa 3 anja di sueldo regular/sa-
lario of FIs. 100.000, cualkiera
ta menos.
* E termino maximo pa paga bek
a ser aumenta di 20 pa 30 an-
ja.
* E requerimiento cu empleado
mester tin 15/0 di e placa pa
traha, cumpra cas of gasto di
drecha cas, a ser reduce na
10/%.
* Interes ariba e hypotheek a
(Continua na pag. 4)


F. Kock
Chico has been in Lago's service
since 1943 and worked in the Process
Department, and later in the Executive
Department's Operations Coordina-
tion Division. He was an Operations
Coordinator in 1964 when he obtain-
ed an educational leave under Lago's
Educational Assistance Program to
study in the U.S.A. In January 1969,
Chico returned to Lago with a B.S.
(Continued on page 2)


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.


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


N. Krosendljk


. M. eean
P. M. Geerman


J. H. Koolman


IM. T
M. Tromp


Felix Geerman, Jose Koolman, Martino Tromp

Join Management Ranks With Their Promotion


Three employees in the Mechanical
Department have recently been pro-
moted to new positions and with their
promotion have joined management
ranks. They are: FELIX M. GEER-
MAN, who was promoted to Engineer-
ing Technician in Mechanical M&C,
August 1, JOSE H. (Harry) KOOLMAN,
who was promoted to Electrical
Technician in the Electrical Section
effective July 1, and Martino (Chomai)
Tromp, who has been promoted to In-
strument Technician in the Instru-
ment Maintenance Section, also ef-
fective July 1.
FELIX M. GEERMAN has been as-
sociated with various aspects of ma-
chinery maintenance and has acted
at times as a supervisor. He specia-
lizes in compressors and machinery
signature analysis all over the refine-
ry.
A John F. Kennedy School gradua-

S Rocky Angela
(Continued from page 1)
ment, Electrical and Machinery Divi-
sion in Mechanical. Before being
named Assistant Technical Manager
in October 1978, he had had several
acting assignments as Mechanical
Manager.
Rocky has had two temporary over-
seas assignments during his Lago ca-
reer. In 1969 70, as Project Engi-
neer on the HDS ERE team in Frank-
furt am Main, Germany in connection
with the HDS-1 project, and in 1975
to 76 as Mechanical Staff Superinten-
dent at Imperial Oil Ltd. in Sarnia, On-
tario, Canada.


te in 1966, Felix worked as an Assis-
tant Plant Mechanic for ACI before
joining Lago in January 1970 as a
Trainee I in Mechanical M&C Divi-
sion. After working in the Garage
area he subsequently advanced in
the Equipment Tradesman and Machi-
nist categories, and in 1972, he
transferred to the Rotating Equip-
ment Section.
In 1974, he was named an Engin-
eering Assistant B. Felix had been
an Engineering Assistant A the po-
sition he held prior to his recent pro-
motion since 1975.
He has followed a 6-month Machi-
nist Training course, the Scott AirPak
training course and the Fire Training
Program at Lago, MSA Courses, and
a Machine Protection and Malfunc-
tion Diagnosis Course in Caracas.
HARRY KOOLMAN was promoted
to Electrical Technician in Mechani-
cal- Electrical Section on July 1.
(Continued on page 6)


Chico Kock Named
(Continued from page 1)
degree in Chemical Engineering from
the West Virginia Institute of Tech-
nology. His first assignment in Tech-
nical Process Engineering was as
Contact Engineer for Oil Movements,
HDS Section, Sulfur Plant and the
Vacuum Stills. In 1970, he was named
a Sr. Engineer and was involved in
pre-startup planning and design re-
view activity of HDS-II.
Subsequently he worked in the
Short Range Economics Section, and


Nercisio Krosendijk Promovi
Pa Zone Supervisor Aug. 1
Efectivo 1 di Augustus, 1980, Ner-
cisio Krosendijk a ser promovi pa
Zone Supervisor den Mechanical -
M&C Instrument/Electrical Zone.
Nercisio, kende ta un Regional Su-
pervisor for di Februari 1976, tabata
actua den e position di Zone Super-
visor durante e ultimo ocho lunanan.
Un graduado di Lago Vocational
School na 1953, Nercisio a traha du-
rante su henter carera den Mechani-
cal Department cammda su promer
asignacion tabata como Craft Trainee
den Electrical Division. For di e tem-
po ey, el a traha den various position
den ramo electric y a actua varies
biaha como Area Supervisor den HDS
Plant electrical area, te cu su promo-
cion pa Mechanical Supervisor na
1972, cual a ser sigui pa su promo-
cion pa Regional Supervisor.
El tin amplo experiencia den e ra-
monan di trabao di mantenclon elec-
trico den henter refineria. El a sigui
hopi cursonan relaciona cu su trabao
y patrocina pa Compania, y tambe
un curso "MilllAmp/Relay Coordina-
tion" na Dallas, Texas, y un "Foxboro
Instrumentation Control Technology
Course" na Houston, Texas.

Nercisio tambe tabata instructor pa
un Curso "Electrical Blue Print" y un
"Related Electricity Course" pa MTS
trainees na Lago


Engineering Associate I
was assigned to the Fuels Division as
Contact Engineer in Process Techni-
cal Services.
Since 1974, he has been working
on several assignments in the Process
Engineering and Energy Conserva-
tion areas At the end of this month,
Chico is expected back from a three-
month loan assignment to Exxon Re-
search & Engineering at Florham Park,
New Jersey, where he has been wor-
king on Phase II of the Lago Refinery
Energy Survey.


August 1980


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


August 1980


Golda Transfers to Houston,
In Synthetic Fuels Dept.
Of Exxon U. S. A. Sept. 1
Thomas J. (Tom) Golda, Superin-
tendent of the Mechanical Engineer-
ing Division, will transfer to the Syn-
thetic Fuels Department of Exxon
U S A Headquarters in Houston,
Texas effective Sept. 1, 1980. Tom
will be the Head of the Environment-
al Control Design Group of the East
Texas Gasification Projects.
Tom has been with Lago since June
1977 when he assumed the position
of HDS Division Superintendent in
The Process Department In August
1978, he transferred to the Techni-
cal Department where he was named
Mechanical Engineering Division Su-
perintendent.
Returning to the U.S A. with Tom
are his wife Marilyn and sons, Tho-
mas, Michael and John.
















E. A. Peterson

Earl Peterson Joins Lago
As An Engineer in MED
Of Technical Department
Effective August 1, 1980, Earl A.
Peterson joined the Technical De-
partment as an Engineer in the En-
gineering Technical Services Sec-
tion of the Mechanical Engineering
Division.
Earl recently graduated from the
University of Houston with a B.S.
degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Earl, who studied with a Lago Scho-
larship Foundation grant, is the son
of Joseph O. (Joe) Peterson of Com-
munity Services.
A John Wesley College graduate,
Earl followed the MTS curriculum at
the John F. Kennedy (Technical)
School, before continuing his edu-
cation in the U.S.A. During the
summer months, Earl worked part-
time and attended summer school.
Earl's initial assignment in ETSS
will be technical services to Mecha-
nical process organization and fur-


John Every Appointed Division Superintendent

Of BP&S-Crude and Products Coordination Div.


Effective August 18, John R. Every
returned as Division Superintendent
of the Crude and Products Coordina-
tion Division of the Business Planning
and Supply Department. John recent-
ly completed an overseas assignment
with Esso Nederland in Breda as a
Sr. Analyst. During his two-year as-
signment he was involved in pricing,
economic analysis, planning and sup-
ply coordination activities of the Be-
nelux Supply Organization.
John, who is replacing William K.
Johnston as C&PC Division Superin-
tendent, was Division Superintendent
of the Oil Movements & Shipping Di-
vision before leaving on his overseas
assignment.
A Chemical Engineering graduate
from the Technological University in
Eindhoven, John has been with Lago
since 1962, and has held a series of
supervisory positions in the Technical


as well as the Process Department.
John has had two other overseas
assignments in the past. The first
one was as a Petro-Chemical Super-
intendent with Ammoniaco del Cari-
be, S.A. at InterCol, Colombia, and
the second one in the Corporate Plan
& Economics and Refinery Coordina-
tion Departments of Esso Inter-Ame-
rica, Coral Gables, Florida.


J. R. Every
J. R. Every


Efectivo 1 di September, Marciano
"Rocky" Angela, actualmente Geren-
te Asistente di Technical Department,
lo ser promovi pa Gerente di e re-
cientemente formal "Special Projects
Department". E obhetivo primordial
di e departamento aki lo ta pa amplia
Lago su capacidad pa maneha y ehe-
cuta proyectonan grand di ingenie-
ria. Technical Department lo conti-
nua cu e desaroyo di proyectonan
di costumber y trabaonan di ingenie-
ria di acuerdo cu Lago su presupues-
to capital annual.
E Special Projects Department no-
bo, cu Rocky lo encabezA, lo asumi
responsabilidad pa coordinacion ge-
neral di proyecto y implementation
di e Proyecto pa Mehora Utilities di
$ 12 million actualmente bao desaro-
yo. Ademas, e departamento nobo lo
ta responsible pa e desaroyo y ehe-
cucion di otro important inovacion-
nan tecnologico y di facilidadnan cu
lo haci cu Lago lo por cumpli cu su
obhetivonan di negocio. Varios pro-
yecto involviendo production di "light
ends" y distillatee", y process di cru-
do pisA actualmente ta bao studio.
Den su puesto nobo, Rocky lo repor-
ta na e Vice Presidente di Operacion-
nan.
Rocky tin un grado di bachiller den

their project development work.
His office is in G. O. B. Room
287-A.
He is 24 years old, single, and
lives in Lago Heights.


Ingenieria Electrica for di Cornell
University caminda el a studia cu un
beca di Fundacion Teagle. El tin bin-
ti-seis anja di servicio cu Lago. Pro-
mer cu el a continue su education na
exterior na 1956, el tabata un Instru-
ment Helper A den Mechanical De-
partment.
Despues di bin traha bek cu Lago
na 1961, Rocky a ser asigni Coordi-
nador di e anterior Aruba Chemical
Industries (ACI), y na 1965 el tabata
e promer empleado staff cu a alcan-
za e position di Supervising Engineer
na Lago.
Na 1972 el a ser promovi pa Divi-
sion Superintendent di Materials des-
pues di un series di posicionnan res-
ponsable den Process y Mechanical
Department. Den e mesun capaci-
dad aki, despues el a encabeza e
C&T Facilities Division, e Fuels Divi-
sion den Process Department, y mas
despues di Instrument, Electrical and
Machinery Division den Mechanical.
Promer cu el a ser nombra Gerente
Asistente di Technical na October
1978, el tabatin various asignacion di
actuacion como Gerente di Mechani-
cal.
Rocky tabatin dos asignacion tem-
porario na exterior durante su carera
na Lago. Na 1969 70, como Inge-
niero di Proyecto ariba e HDS ER&E
team na Frankfurt am Main, Alemania
en coneccion cu e proyecto HDS-I, y
na 1975 1976, como Mechanical
Staff Superintendent na Imperial Oil
Ltd. na Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.


Marciano "Rocky" Angela Promovi Pa Gerente

Di Special Projects Department Nobo Sept 1







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


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Many employees are building their first home with the assistance of
the Lago Residential Mortgage Plan. Others have bought a home, or
ere presently making additions or renovating their present home.


Hopl empleado ta construyendo nan promer cas cu yudanza dl I
su Plan Pa Hypotheek Residencial. Otronan a cumpra cas, of ate
mente ta haciendo e cas mas grand of renobando nan cas actu,


Home Building Foundation


(Continua di pag. 1)
ser aumentA for di 6/o pa 9/0.
Lago su Plan pa Hypotheek Resi-
dencial a ser iniciA dia 1 di Mei, 1969,
pa yuda empleadonan den construc-
cion of cumpramento di nan promer
cas of pagamento di hypotheeknan
ariba nan cas, of pa haci reparacion,
haci e cas mas grand of renobacion-
nan na nan cas. Bao di e plan, e
empleado cu ta aplica pa un presta-
mo di hypotheek por haya su propio
cas disenja y construi di acuerdo cu
su gusto y lugar. Un condition clave
pa haya hypotheek pa un cas di Home
Building Foundation bao di Lago su
Plan pa Hypotheek Residencial ta cu
e cas mester ser trahA na Aruba ari-
ba erfpacht of terreno propiedad E
cas mester ta pa uso personal di e
empleado y su familiar. Pa qualifica
pa un pr6stamo di hypotheek, e em-
pleado mester tin por lo menos dos
anja di servicio cu'Compania.
Durante e pasado diez-un anjanan,
mas cu 340 empleado di Lago a tuma
ventaha di pr6stamo di hypotheek
ofreci door di Home Building Founda-
tion, pa un total di mas cu FIs.
7.600.000.
Cu e aumento continue di gastonan
di material y trabao, Lago a aumenta
pr stamonan pa hypotheek y e perio-
do pa paga bek pa duna empleado-
nan oportunidad pa construi un cas
na nan gusto y pa por paguele duran-
te un tempo mas largo.
Manera ta e caso di cualkier insti-
tucion cu ta duna hypotheek, mester
tin cuidao pa reduci e riesgonan aso-
ciA cu cada caso y aceptacion di un
aplicacion no ta automAtico. Algun
factor cu ta determine si un persona
por haya un hypotheek si of no ta en-
trada total, take-home pay, lugar ca-
minda e propiedad ta, propio capital,
servicio, potential di ganamento pro-
mer cu su retire, actuacion general na
trabao, tamanjo di su familiar, etc.
Siguiente ta un ehempel di un
aplicacion pa pr6stamo di hypotheek


cual a ser acepta door di e fundacion:
John A. tin 30 anja di edad y kier
traha un cas di Fls. 50.000. Su suel-
do mensual ta FIs. 1900 su take-
home pay ta FIs. 1200. Su entrada
annual ta FIs. 22.800. Tres anja na
FIs. 22.800 ta FIs. 68.400. John A. a
spaar Fis. 15.000, cual ta mas cu e
cantidad requeri di 10%/ (FIs. 5000).
Pesey, el ta pidi un prestamo di hy-
potheek di FIs. 35.000. El ta eligi pa
paga e prestamo aki den 25 anja,
cual ta yega na FIs. 295 pa luna.
Siguiente ta un aplicacion pa pres-
tamo di hypotheek cual a ser rechaza.
John B tin 25 anja di edad y kier
cumpra un cas di FIs. 60.000. Su
sueldo mensual ta FIs. 1500 y su take-
home pay ta FIs. 900. Su entrada
annual ta FIs. 18.000. Tres anja di su
entrada annual ta bira FIs. 54.000. John
B a spaar FIs. 10.000 cual ta mas cu
e cantidad requeri di 10/% di valor di
e cas of FIs. 6.000. John B a pidi un
hypotheek di FIs. 50.000 cual el to
mester paga den 30 anja na razon di
FIs. 400 pa luna. Esaki a ser consi-
dera much halto en bista di su take-
home pay, y el a ser aconseha pa
cumpra un cas menos caro.
E dos casonan aki ta duna un idea
di com e plan di prestamo pa hypo-
theek ta traha.
Pa mas information y/of aplicacion
pa un prestamo di hypotheek, tuma
contact cu Sr. Rosendo Nicolaas na
telefon 2429.
Home Building Foundation ta ad-
ministrA door di Robert E. Nurczynski
como Presidente; Earl C. Cook, Teso-
rero, Rosendo Nicolaas, Secretario, y
Ed Fowler y Frits Maduro, miembro.
Ademas, tin un Mortgage Advisory
Committee, cual ta supervise e activi-
dadnan di Home Building Foundation,
y cual ta consisti di Robert E. Nurc-
zynski, Presidente y Henry F Coffi,
Ed D Fowler, J. C. Stenfert-Kroese
y Rosendo Nicolaas.


N. Krosendijk Promoted

To Zone Supervisor Aug. 1
Effective August 1, 1980, Nercisio
Krosendijk was promoted to Zone Su-
pervisor in Mechanical M&C Instru-
ment/Electrical Zone. A Regional Su-
pervisor since February 1976, Nerci-
sio had been acting in the position of
Zone Supervisor during the past eight
months.
A 1963 Lago Vocational School gra-
duate, Nercisio has spent his entire
ca;eci in ihe Mechanical Department
where his first assignment was as a
Craft Trainee in the Electrical Div-
sion. Since then he has worked in
various positions in the electrical field
and has acted several times as Area
Supervisor in the HDS's Plant electric
cal area, until his promotion to Re-
gional Supervisor
He has wide experience in the
areas of electrical maintenance work
throughout the refinery. He has fol-
lowed many job-related Lago-spon-
sored courses, and also a Multi-







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


t 1980


Since 1969, the Lago Residential Mortgage Plan has
ble for employees to acquire a home of their own
the area of their own choice.


made It possl-
design and in


For di 1969, Lago su Plan di Hypotheek Resldenclal a had possible pa
empleadonan adquirl un cas di nan proplo disenjo y den distrlto di
nan deseo.


Lago Announces Revisions To Mortgage Loans

Available From The Home Building Foundation


Is -U~ -.

L,... -


Tom Golda Ta Transferi
Pa Synthetic Fuels Dept.
Exxon U. S. A. September 1
Thomas J. (Tom) Golda, Superin-
tendente di Mechanical Engineering
Division, lo transfer pa Synthetic
Fuels Department di Exxon U.S.A.
Headquarters na Houston, Texas efec-
tivo 1 September 1980. Tom lo enca-
bezA Environmental Control Design
Group di e East Texas Gasification
Project
Tom ta cu Lago for di Juni 1977
tempo cu el a asumi e puesto di Di-
vision Superintendent di HDS den
Process Department. Na Augustus
1978, el a transfer pa Technical De-
Amp/Relay Coordination Course in
Dallas, Texas, and a Foxboro Instru-
mentation Control Technology Cour-
se in Houston, Texas.
Nercisio has also been an instruc-
tor for an Electriccl Blue Print Cour-
se, and a Related Electricity Course
for MTS trainees at Lago.


Effective July 25, 1980, Lago an-
nounced a series of revisions appro-
ved in regard to mortgage loans un-
der the Lago Residential Mortgage
Plan from the Home Building Founda-
tion. The revisions, which went into
effect on the same day, are as fol-
lows :
The maximum loan permissi-
ble has been increased from 2
years regular earnings/salary
or FIs. 60.000, whichever is lo-
wer, to 3 years regular earn-
ings/salary. or FIs. 100.000,
whichever is less.
The maximum loan repayment
term has been increased from
20 to 30 years.
The employee's equity requi-
rement of 150/o of the building,
purchase, or repair costs, has
been decreased to 10%/.
The mortgage interest rate has
been increased from 6% to
9%.
The Lago Residential Mortgage
Plan was initiated on May 1, 1969, to
assist employees in building or buy-
ing their first home or paying off
existing mortgages on their home, or
to make repairs, additions or renova-
tions to their home. Under the plan,
the employee applying for a mortga-
ge loan can obtain his or her own
home designed and constructed ac-
cording to his/her choice and loca-
tion. One key condition for obtaining a
mortgage from the Home Building
Foundation under the Lago Residen-
tial Mortgage Plan is that the house
must be built in Aruba on long-lease

apartment caminda el a ser nombra
Mechanical Engineering Division Su-
perintendent.
Regresando Merca bek cu Tom ta
su casA Marilyn y yiunan Thomas, Mi-
chael y John.


or property land. The house must be
intended for the personal occupancy
by the employee and his family. To
qualify for a mortgage loan, the em-
ployee must have at least two years
of service with the Company.
Over the past eleven years, over
340 Lago employees have taken ad-
vantage of the mortgage loans offer-
ed by the home Building Foundation,
for a total of over FIs. 7.600.000.
With the continuous rise in mate-
ral and labor costs, Lago has increa-
sed the mortgage loan and repay-
ment term to give employees the op-
portunity to build a home of their
choice and to repay the mortgage
loan during a much longer period.
As is the case with any institution
that gives mortgages, care must be
taken to minimize the risk associated
with each case and acceptance of an
application is not automatic. Some
factors that determine whether or not
a person can get a mortgage are total
income, take-home pay, location of
the property, equity, service, earning
potential before retirement, overall
performance on the job, family size,
etc.
Following is an example of a mort-
gage loan application which has been
accepted by the Foundation :
John A is 30 years old and wants
to build a house of FIs. 50.000. His
monthly income is FIs. 1900 his
take-home pay is FIs. 1200. His year-
ly income is FIs. 22.800. Three years
at FIs. 22.800 is Ffs. 68.400. John A
has saved FIs. 15.000, which is more
than the required equity of 10%/o
(FIs. 5000). Therefore, he requests a
mortgage loan of FIs. 35.000. He
elects to pay off this loan in 25 years,
which amounts to FIs. 295 per month.
Following is a mortgage loan ap-
plication which has been rejected.
(Continued on page 8)







6 ARUBA ESSO NEWS August 1980


BEFORE : Toolboxes, crates, boxes, drums and other material AFTER : Joint efforts bring about a startling change. The same area
line the Central Tool Room aisle giving an ugly, cluttered ap- now cleared from all the "junk" gives the place a clean, streamlined
pearance and creating safety hazards. look with each item in its place.
PROMER: Cahanan dl herment, caha dl palu, dl carton, drum
y otro materialnan ta pard tras dl otro aki den e pasada princl- DESPUES: Esfuerzonan en conhunto ta trece e camblo drastic aki.
pal di Central Tool Room haclendo e mahos y creando peliger- E mesun lugar awor libri di tur e potoshinan ta duna e lugar un vls-


nan pa segurldad.


BEFORE :
Coveralls stashed
high in these laun-
dry bins, trash, ho-
ses, etc. create an
eyesore in this area
of the CTR.


PROMER:
Coveralinan benti
to na halto den ba-
kl di laundry, poto-
shi, caha, hoos, ta
cream un mal vista
aki nan na CTR.


AFTER :
Material in storage
racks now better
stacked and more
accessible no w
that clutter has
been eliminated.

DESPUES:
Rekki pa wards
material mehor dre-
chi y mas facil pa
yega na dje awor
cu potoshi a ser
elimlna.


ta limpl y ordeni cu cads cos na su lugar.


Central Tool Room Becomes

CLEAR Example of Efforts

Towards Good Housekeeping
Good housekeeping accomplished
by CTR personnel at the Central Tool
Room is clearly a good example of
excellent team effort This kind of
accomplishment is what is expected
in all refinery areas as part of the La-
go Action Plan, which calls for clean-
ing up, maintaining areas which have
been cleared of undesirable items,
and the beautification and clearing
of larger areas in the refinery.
Under direction of Jerry Francis on
special assignment in the Central
Tool Room, this facility has under-
gone considerable changes over the
past few months The area is now a
much more pleasant place to work,
with all material easier to find, and
able to provide much better service.
Although not entirely completed, the
accompanying pictures demonstrate
the difference between a cluttered,
untidy place and a neat, well-arrang-
ed work area.
This kind of accomplishment is what
(Continued on page 8)


Geerman, Koolman, Tromp Promoted


(Continued from page 2)
A 1950 Lago apprentice graduate,
he was assigned to Mechanical -
Electrical Section where he worked
his way up in the Electrical Helper
and later, the Electrician categories.
He has worked in various capacities
in the area of electrical maintenance,
acting on various occasions as a su-
pervisor. Harry, who specializes in
protective equipment, was an Advan-
ced Electrician I since 1978 -


prior to his recent promotion.
He has followed courses in Basic
Electricity, Fire Training at Lago, and
on his own time, TV and Radio Ser-
vicing, Refrigeration, Electrical Ap-
pliances and airconditioning from
the National Schools.
CHOMAI TROMP was promoted to
Instrument Technician in Mechanical -
Instrument effective July 1. A 1952
Lago apprentice graduate, he was as-
signed to the Mechanical Instrument


Maintenance Section where he ad-
vanced through the various Instru-
ment categories until 1969 when he
became an Advanced Instrument-
man II
An Advanced Instrumentman I since
1974, Chomal on several occasions
acted as a supervisor and specialized
himself in electronics He has follow-
ed the Scott Air-Pak Training Pro-
gram, Basic Electricity Courses and
the Fire Training Program.


MENOMONEE






August 1980 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 7

Lago Vice President Roy M. Douglas Honored at Farewell Party August 6




-~ea~~~ mri


During a farewell party in his honor at Esso Club on August
6, Lago Vice President Roy M. Douglas exchanges ideas with Dr.
Arthur Meiners, (left) gives some good advice to young engl-




t: i. Iw s"








Mr. Douglas reminisces about his years at Lago and expresses
his satisfaction for having been part of the organization and
wishes all employees the best in the future. The well-attended
party featured Latin American music by a local group mostly
I. IllWmMAHH~lWSOF


neers Edna Farro and Leigh Anderson (E. R. Manager Henry
Coftf at left), and receives best wishes on his new assignment
in Colombia from Charlie Lampe of Controllers MCS.

,_ 4 1Il


Lago employees and a well-prepared buffet. Also present at
the party was outgoing Technical Manager Dick Reltz (3rd r)


who returned


to ER&E earlier this month.


Service 1Vlilestnrn s
25 and 30-Year Service Awards


Ovito Gomez


Tech.-Anal. & Conserv. Systems
30 years


Modesto 1. Ruiz
Contr.-Crude & Prod. AccL
25 years
July 5, 1980


Hendrik Krozendljk
Ind. Security Fire Prot
30 years
July 31, 1980


Efigenio Krozendljk
Teoh.-Anal. & Conserv. System
30 years
August 14, 1980








A AEAuut l98n


To place additional .
emphasis on safety
procedures In the .


have been placed
in areas of turn
around work. The
eye-catching pos-
ters remind emplo- 1
yes of the respon-
sibility they have to
work safely.
Pa pone enfaeeis
adiclonal ariba re-
glanan dl seguridad
den refineria, pos-
ternan di segurldad
cu hopi colorldo a -
oar pail den area. O
nan di turnaround.
E posternan cu ta '
hala atenclon to re-
corda empleadonan .x . *R"
ariba e responsabi- -
Ildad cu nan tin tin di 4 ;' ,
traha cu segurldad. .-


Lago Tug Personnel Boast Accident-Free Record

In 1979 Exxon World-Wide Fleet Safety Contest


When Esso Inter-America invited
Lago to participate in the Exxon
World-Wide Inland and Shallow Draft
Fleet Safety Contest last year, Lago
Management accepted with confiden-
ce. This optimism was based on cus-
tomary safety performance on behalf
of the Lago Tug Fleet personnel. Ne-
vertheless, it came as a pleasant sur-
prise, when in their first year of par-
ticipation in the world-wide contest,
they won the contest with an all-per-
fect record of no-lost time accident.

In a letter to President Jerry Gol-
den, Esso Inter-America President A.
L. Monroe, wrote "Please extend my
congratulations to your Marine Staff
and particularly to the officers and
crews, whose continued efforts contri-
buted so heavily to achieving such a
high level of personal safety. I look
forward to Lago continuing its excel-

I Home Building
(Continued from page 5)
John B is 25 years old and wants
to buy a house of FIs. 60.000. His
monthly income is FIs. 1500 and his
take-home pay is FIs. 900. His an-
nual income is FIs. 18.000. Three
years of his annual income amounts
to FIs. 54.000. John B has saved FIs.
10.000 which is more than the requi-
red equity of 10%/ of the value of the
house or FIs. 6.000. John B has re-
quested a loan of FIs. 50.000 to be
paid off in 30 years at the rate of
FIs. 400.- per month.
This was considered too high in


lent performance in 1980."
Eleven other Exxon affiliates, who
operate fleets similar to Lago's, parti-
cipated in the 1979 Contest.

To measure the safety performance
of each participant, the accident per
million manhours for each participa-
ting fleet was compared. At the end
of the year, the three affiliates with
the lowest accident frequency rates
are the winners in the contest, and
are awarded commemorative plaques
as proof of their achievement.

Sharing this award, are over forty
Lago personnel who are involved in
the daily operations of Lago's tugs
"Esso Oranjestad", "Esso San Nico-
las" and "Esso Santa Cruz".
The corresponding plaque is under-
way from Esso Inter-America, Coral
Gables.

Foundation
view of his take-home pay, and he
was counselled to buy a less expen-
sive house.
These two cases give an idea of
how the mortgage loan plan works.
For more information and/or applica-
tion for a mortgage loan, contact Mr.
Rosendo Nicolaas on telephone 2429.
The Home Building Foundation is
administered by Robert E. Nurczynski
as Chairman, Earl C. Cook, Treasurer;
Rosendo Nicolaas, Secretary, and Ed
Fowler and Frits Maduro, members.
In addition, there is a Mortgage Ad-
visory Committee, which oversees the


Personal di Tug di Lago
Ta Gana Concurso Mundial
Di Seguridad Pa Flotanan
Dia cu Esso Inter-America a invita
Lago pa participa den Exxon su Con-
curso Mundial di Seguridad pa Flota-
nan na Costa y di Poco Calado anja
pasa, Gerencia di Lago a acepta cu
confianza. E optimism aki tabata
basa ariba actuacion di seguridad di
costumber di parti di personal di La-
go su Flota di Remolcadornan. Sin-
embargo, tabata un sorpresa agrada-
ble ora cu den nan promer anja di
participation den e concurso mun-
dial, nan a gana e concurso cu un re-
cord perfect di ningun accident cu
perdida di tempo.
Den un carta na Presidente Jerry
Golden, Presidente di Esso Inter-Ame-
rica Sr. A. L. Monroe, a scirbi "Sea
asina bon di extended mi felicitacion
na Bo staff di Marina y particularmen-
te na e oficialnan y tripulantenan,
kende nan continue esfuerzo a contri-
bui asina ampliamente na logra un
nivel asina halto di seguridad perso-
nal. Mi tin speranza cu Lago lo con-
tinua su actuacion excelente durante
1980."
Diez-un otro afiliados di Exxon,
kendenan ta opera flotanan similar
cu Lago, a participa den e Concurso
di 1979.
Pa midi e prestacion di seguridad
di cada participate, e accident
pa cada million di ora di trabao pa
cada flota participate ta ser com-
para. Na final di anja, e tres afilia-
do cu e frecuencia di accident mas
abao ta e ganadornan den e con-
curso, y ta ser otorga plaketnan con-
memorativo come prueba di nan ha-
zanja.
Compartiendo e premio aki, ta co-
mo cuarenta personal di Lago kende-
nan ta envolvi den e operacionnan
diario di Lago su remolcadornan "Es-
so Oranjestad", "Esso San Nicolas"
y "Esso Santa Cruz".
E plaket correspondiente ta binien-
do for di Esso Inter-America, Coral
Gables.

S Good Housekeeping
(continued from page 6)
CLEAR Administrator Nelo Emeren-
cia is aiming for in all refinery areas.
He is actively engaged in a series of
programs to maintain overall good
housekeeping. To achieve this, he
needs YOUR cooperation, YOUR sug-
gestions. The time to start is now,
today !
activities of the Home Building Foun-
dation, and which is comprised of
Robert E. Nurczynski, Chairman and
Henry F. Coffi, Ed D. Fowler, J. C.
Stenfert-Kroese and Rosendo Nico-
laas.


ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Au ust 1980