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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: April 8, 1961
Frequency: biweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Petroleum industry and trade -- Periodicals -- Aruba   ( lcsh )
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Language: Text in English and papiamento.
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- 1940-
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Esso


VOL. 22, No. 7 PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.


New


April 8, 1961


THE PRIME minister of the Netherlands, Prof. Dr. J. E. de Quay,
center, visited Lago March 28. The distinguished guest was in Aruba
while on tour of the Netherlands Antilles and Surinam. He is getting a
general impression of the area's development. Chatting with the prime
minister is Public Relations Manager E. Byington, left.
E PROMIER ministry di Holanda, Prof. Dr. J. E. de Quay, den centro, a
bishita Lago Maart 28. E bishitante distingui tabata na Aruba mientras
el tabata haclendo un viaje pa Antillas Neerlandes y Surinam. El ta
tumando un impression general di desaroyonan di e lugar. Combersando
cu e lpromer ministry ta Public Relations Manager E. Byington, robez.



Principles Set for Lago

Representation Election
A preliminary set of election principles has been announced which
will govern the conduct and results of the forthcoming representation
election. Lago announced earlier that a new contract to succeed the
present one, which expires April 30, will not be bargained until an
election determines the representation preferred by eligible employees.
High on the list of considerations


Principio A Worde
Anuncia pa Eleccion
Di Representacion
Un set preliminario di principi-
unan electoral a worde anuncia
cual lo goberna conducion y resul-
Ladonan di e venidero election di
representation. Lago a anuncia
anteriormente cu un contract noDo
pa sigui esun actual cu ta expura
April 3U, lo no worde negocia simo
te ora un election determma e re-
presentacion cu empleadonan eligi-
ble ta pretera.
Halto ariba e lista di considera-
clonnan ta e procedimento pa apa-
rece ariba e carchi di votacion. Pa
aparece ariba e carchi di votacion
un organizacion master present na
compania un petition firm door di
a lo menos diez por clento (mas of
menos 360) empleado eligible. Un
empleado por firma solamente un
peticion. Cualkier firma cu ta apa-
rece ariba mas cu un petition lo ta
invalido ariba tur petition cu e ta
aparece.


Employee Taken Color

Transparencies Sought

For 1962 Lago Calendar
Lago's 1962 calendar will again feature twelve employee-taken
photographs. The Public Relations Department will conduct a contest,
similar to the calendar contests that produced the appealing photo-
graphs of the 1959 and 1960 calendars, to select suitable color trans-
parencies. Employees who submit prize winning photographs will be
rewarded Fla. 100 for each effort.


Color transparencies of any size,
depicting any Aruba subject and
taken by Lago employees or an-
nuitants are eligible for the cash
prizes. The contest for twelve pho-
tographs is open now, and entries
are being accepted until May 27.
Calendar selections will be made
by members of the Public Relations
Department.
The rules laid down for the com-
petition are simple enough:
1. Only original full-color trans-
parencies will be considered. Do
not submit color negatives, hand-
colored prints or any printed or


in the calendar.
6. Employees of the Public Rela-
tions Department are not eligible to
enter the competition. The depart-
ment, however, reserves the right to
use staff-taken pictures in the ca-
lendar if there are not twelve entries
of sufficiently high caliber submitted.
Transparencies submitted will get
the best of care while being exam-
ined. Before mailing or delivering
pictures to the Public Relations De-
partment, photographers should be
sure their names and addresses are
clearly indicated.


Un election lo word consider puol:snea color pnotograpns. There are no limits to the num-
conclusivo y valido solamente si un 2. Submitted transparencies must ber an individual employee can
mayoria di empleadonan eligible ti- be of Aruba subjects: people, scenes, submit, or, for that matter, to the
ra votonan valido. E organization cu places or things, number one man can sell. And while
recibi un mayoria di voto valido 3. Only work submitted by bona there are also no restrictions on
tired door di empleadonan eligible fide employees or annuitants will size, it should be remembered that
den un election valido lo represent be accepted for consideration, the bigger the transparency, the
tur empleadonan eligible den traLa- 4. Transparencies bought through better is the picture made from it.
mentonan colectivo. the competition become the proper- Anything from 35 mm to 8x10
Si mayoria di empleadonan eligi- ty of Lago Oil & Transport Co., inches is acceptable. Pictures will
ble no tira votonan valido den un Ltd. While every effort will be be judged on the basis of focus,
election, un segunda eieccion lo si- made to return to their owners the color, composition and subject. Size
gui dentro di tres luna. Si e segunda transparencies used, this cannot be will not enter significantly into the
election (cual lo yama election di guaranteed, judges' appraisals.
nobo) result inconclusive, lo no 5. Pictures used in the calendar The '60 and '59 calendars were
tin mas election pa a lo menos un which depict recognizable persons made up of employees' photographs
D n,,t e ,,e odo ak a mn.n must have signed releases submit- chosen in a similar contest. In other


i the ploedure fr appearing. u1a e pY i PI
is the procedure for appearing on a certified auditing firm, and the (Continua na paghla 6)
tlic ballot To appear on the ballot results confirmed by a notary. Lago
results confonmed by a notary. Lago
an organization must present to the employees will not act as tellers or Siete Ta Cuminza
company a petition signed by at other officials i the election. Orga-
least ten per cent (about 360) of nations will have the right, how- Progra a pa
eligible employees. An employee may ever, to designate observers at the A*
sign only one petition. Any sgna- polling locations and the election Ayudante 1urse
ture that appears on more than one headquarters. Such observers will be Un curso di seis luna den entrena-
petition will be invalid on all pe- chosen from among employees el- mento pa ayudante di nurse lo cu-
titions where it appears. gible to vote in the election. The minza April 17 na Lago Hospital pa
An election will be considered Personnel Relations Division of the sets hoben damas. Participando den
conclusive and valid only if a ma- Industrial Relations Department will e program lo ta Srtas. Eudora
jority of eligible employees cast val- assist interested organizations. This Gibbs, Emily C. Proctor, Myrna
id votes. The organization that iec- division, at phone 2531, will provide Violenus, Alice L. Ollivierre, Maria
eives a majority of valid votes cast advice about such matters as proce- Andrea Paula, Dorothy E. Priest y
by eligible employees in a valid due to obtain petition signatures; Margaret Alleyne. Tur, cu excep-
election will represent all eligible will prepare voting lists or eligible cion di Srta. Alleyne, un hospital.
employees in collective dealings employees, and will make election maid, ta empleado nobo.
Rerun Election arrangements required by election Nan entrenamento lo consist di
officials, lecture duna door di miembronan di
If the majority of eligible employ-
fdo not cast vaid votes in ae l Lagoo Scholarship nursing staff plus trabao practice.
ees do not cast valid votes in an Lag o Leura y lesnan den klas o pre-
election a second election wil fol-Lectua y lesnan den las lo pre-
low within three months. Should the Applications Due para nan pa mas entrenamnento den
low within three months. Should the medico, otr y d
dlvlslonnan medico, obstetrlco y di
second election (called a lerun elec- Ma 15 J15 operaon y den trao u mucha
tion) prove inconclusive, no further opron d rabao cu mucha
elections would be held for at least Deadline for application renewing chikito y den clinic. Tambe nan lo
one year. During this period, no or- scholarship assistance for the 1961- recibi entrenamento den trabaonan
ganization will be recognized by the 1962 school year is May 15. The special como por ehemplo den kam-
company as representative of its application deadline for new awards ber di duna luz y di muchanan chi-
employees for purposes of collective is June 15. Before any Lago Scholar- kito. Promer cu nan worde permit
dealings. In the event no choice ap- ship Foundation grant can be made, pa haci trabao como ayudante di
pearing on the ballot receives a ma- the applicant must be accepted by nurse, e participantenan master de-
)ority of the valid votes cast in a an accredited school and must sub- monstra nan abilidad pa haci e tra-
valid election, a run-off election will mit to the foundation copies of his baonan aki.
be held within one week between the grades made during his last school Como ayudante di nurse comple-
two top choices in the first election. year plus a completed application tamente cualificA nan lo banja y
The choice that receives the majo- form. alimenta pacientenan y tuma nan
rity of valid votes in the run-off The Lago Scholarship Foundation temperature, pols y respiracion.
election will be recognized as the tlrst awarded scholarship grants in Nan lo pone verband, drecha cama
employees' representative selection. August, 1957, for the 1957-1958 y yuda nursenan prepare paciente-
No write-ins will be allowed. All school year. Since then the founda- nan pa operation. Como ayudante
interested organizations will be gi- tion has granted assistance to 132 di nurse, cada un lo asisti nursenan
ven ample opportunity to comply recipients. Eighty-nine scholarship profesiona den trabaonan menor,
with election requirements and have recipients undertook studies in the asina hacienda e nurse liber pa
their names entered officially on the Netherlands, and the other forty- trabao mas tecnico.
ballots. Employees who do not wish three students continued studies in E program pa entrena ayudan-
to be represented by any organiza- the United States. tenan di nurse na Lago ta sirbi un
tion listed on the ballot will be able All correspondence relating to the double obheto. E ta ofrece na en-
to indicate "No Representation." scholarship program should be ad- trenadonan cu tin dxito empleo den
Should the majority of employees dressed to L. D. Dittle, secretary of hospital y por ta un inspiration pa
select "No Representation," then no the Board of Administration, Lago entrenadonan sigui nan education
further election for representation Scholarship Foundation, Industrial den enfermeria.
would be conducted for at least the Relations Department. Application Certificadonan lo worde present
ensuing year. forms are available through Mr. na entrenadonan cu complete e cur-
The election will be conducted by Dittle's offices, so di entrenamento cu exito.


ted to the department, stating that years, staff-taken pictures resulted
the person or persons have no ob- in calendars of Aruba faces, animal
section to having their pictures used (Continued on page 6)

College Student Summer

Training Starts June 26
Lago's summer training program for college students is scheduled
to commence June 26. The eight-week program will run through Aug.
13 and is designed as a work-experience program intended to help
students learn to work, obtain experience for future careers and orient
themselves to the business world. Since the summer trainee will not be


an employee of the company, he will
not receive wages nor will he be eli-
gible for benefits granted to em-
ployees. A student grant-in-aid of
Fls. 175 for each four-week period,
however, will be allowed. The pro-
gram is open only to sons and
daughters of residents of Aruba.
Parents do not have to be Lago em-
ployees in order for their children to
be eligible for the summer training


program. In addition, students destr-


ing to take this program must be
currently enrolled in a college or uni-
versity and have successfully com-
pleted the first year of college work.
Students or parents of students
desiring further information on this
program should contact the Training
Division of the Industrial Relations
Department m the Administration
Building where application blanks
may be obtained. Telephone queries
may be made by calling 3375.
Although the program is planned
primarily for students whose college
majors have practical application to
Lago operations, every effort will be
made to assign students who haven't
selected a major to departments
where work experience will be as
practical as possible.
Students enrolled in the program
will be required to follow all com-
pany rules and regulations. The com-
pany may terminate the training per-
iod at any time m the event a stu-
dent fails to comply with such regu-
lations. Punctual and regular atten-
dance will be required for each stu-
dent and student performance will
be appraised and recorded. At the


termination of the course, certifi-
cates will be awarded to those who
satisfactorily complete the training
program.

Missing Engraving Plates
Reduce Esso News Size
Missing from this issue of the
Aruba Esso News is photo-
graphic coverage of the PCAR
turnaround, the visiting Holland
mdustrialists, G. N. Owen open-
ing the Lago Heights Club home
safety program, and L. van
Esch's CYI-of-the-Month. The
reason: the engraving plates
needed for reproduction were
lost in transit from Miami to
Aruba. The loss of plates also
caused the reduction in Esso
News pages from eight to six.

Perdida di Clich6
A Reduci Esso News
Ausente for di edicion aki di
Aruba Esso News ta portretnan
di PCAR turnaround, industria-
listanan Hulandes bishitando,
habrimento di programma di se-
guridad na cas door di G. N.
Owen na Lago Heights Club, y
L. van Esch su CYI-di-Luna. E
motibo: clichenan cu ta necesario
pa reproduccion a word perdi
en transit for di Miami pa Aru-
ba. Perdida di e clich6nan tambe
a causa reduction di paginanan
di Esso News for di ocho pa seis.


ruba








ARUBA ESSO NEWS


ARVBuesAN WS

Printed by the Aruba DrukkeriJ N.V.. Neth. Ant.
PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER SATURDAY, AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS
ANTILLES. BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.


Near-Misses Do Count
"A miss is as good as a mile" is an Anglo-Saxon adage most heard
at shooting contests or a game of darts. It means that regardless of
how far someone is off the mark whether it be a fraction of an inch
or several feet the marksman has still missed his target.
This saying may be acceptable in the sporting world where little
more than pride or a trophy are at stake, but is has no place in in-
dustrial safety. When an employee is involved in a near-miss accident
his life or the lives of many others may be in jeopardy. In every near-
miss accident it can be proved that somehow, somewhere something
was amiss. It also means that by some quirk of fate an employee nar-
rowly missed being injured and if the condition is allowed to exist, if
no action is taken, the next incident could result in an industrial injury.
At Lago during the month of February there were eleven near-miss
accidents. In every case, the conditions could have led to more serious
circumstances. Here are the eleven in detail.
as a scooter was being started the throttle wire broke. This per-
mitted the motor to race. The scooter struck a nearby wall before the
driver could get the scooter under control.
a crane boom buckled in the process of lifting a slide valve. The
boom clutch failed to completely disengage which let the boom con-
tinue its upward movement all the way to the boom stop.
a fan blade broke on a ceiling fan and sailed across a room.
It landed on a workbench, grazing but not injuring an employee.
a ship's tank overflowed because it was not being watched.
there was a small fire on a slurry feed exchanger while a unit
was being shut down. The cause was believed to be the result of a
temperature change in the slurry which resulted in a contraction of
the equipment and separation of the joints. This permitted hot slurry
to escape to the air and flash.
the instrument air system at a powerhouse was upset when
water entered the system. An air hose had been inadvertently left
connected to a boiler that was undergoing a hydrostatic test at a
pressure higher than that of the air system.
one shore tank overflowed because it was not being watched.
two shore tanks overflowed as the result of improper line-ups.
there was a smoldering oily sand fire in a tank undergoing
repairs. Sand had been used to cover a seepage of oil coming through
the concrete floor. The sand became saturated with the oil and when
hot work was done on the roof over the oily sand the shower of hot
metal caused the oily sand to burn and give off heavy smoke.
an oil spill occurred at one of the desalter drums when the
drain plate was removed. The drum was presumed to be empty but a
plugged drain had permitted a considerable amount of oil to remain in
the drum. This flowed out and flooded the area.
It's not hard to imagine the consequences had these near misses
materialized into something more drastic. Men could have been injured.
Equipment could have been damaged beyond repair. These near-miss
accidents could well have been headli:-ed as painful incidents.



Herd Ta Conta
"Hera no ta conta" ta un adagio cu probablemente a original for di e
concursonan di tiramento di Anglo-Saxonan. E ta nifica cu no obstante
con cerca un hende pasa di e marca sea un fraction di un duim of
various pia e tirador a hera su blanco.
E adagio aki por ta acceptable den mundo di deported unda poco mas
cu orguyo of un trofeo ta na wega, pero e no tin lugar den seguridad
industrial. Ora un empleado hera di ta involvi den un accident, su
bida of bida di hopi otro por ta na peligro. Ki ora un accident hera
socede por word proba cu di un forma, un camina, algo tabata robez.
E ta nifica tambe cu pa un of otro vuelta di suerte un empleado a hera
di haya un desgracia y si e condition worde permit pa sigui existi, si
accion no worde tumi, e proximo incident por result den un acci-
dente industrial.
Na Lago durante luna di Februari tabatin diez-un caso cu a hera ser
accident. Den cada caso, e condicionnan por a hiba na circumstancia-
nan mas serio. Aki e diez-un ta sigui en detaye.
ora un scocter tabata worde gestart e waya di throttle a kibra.
Esaki a permit e motor bai for di control. E scooter a dal contra un
muraya ey banda promer cu e chofer por a haya e scooter bao control.
e boom di un grua a dobla mientras hizando un slide valve.
Clutch di e boom no a disfrena completamente loke a laga e boom
sigui su movecion pa laria te na top di e boom.
blade di un fan a kibra na plafond y a zwaai den e lugar. El a
cai ariba un banki di trabao, rascando pero no heridando un empleado.
tanki di un bapor a bai over pasobra no tabatin hende ta waak e.
tabatin un candela chikito ariba un slurry feed exchanger mien-
tras un plant tabata worde baha. E causa aparentemente tabata resul-
tado di un cambio di temperature den e slurry cual a result den un
contraccion di e aparato y separation di e yunturanan.
e sistema di aire pa un instrument na un di e powerhousenan a
faya ora awa a drenta e sistema. Pa descuido henter un hose a worde
lagA conectA na un boiler cu tabata bao di test hydrostatico na un
presion mas halto cu esun pa e sistema di aire.
un tanki na terra a bai over pasobra e no tabata worde gewaak.
dos tanki di terra a bai over como resultado di lineamento
inadecuado.
tabatin un candela chikito den e santo muha di azeta den un
tanki cu tabata worde drecha. Santo a worde usa pa cubri un siepel-
mento di azeta pasando over di e vloer di concrete. E santo a bira
saturi cu e azeta y ora trabao cu candela a word haci na e dak ariba
e santo na azeta e yobida continue di metal cayenta a causa e santo na
azeta di coi candela y duna human pisi.
un plamamento di azeta a socede na un di e desalter drums ora
e plachi di drain a worde kitA. E drum a worde suponi di ta bashi
pero un drain cu plug aden a permit un cantidad considerable di
azeta pa keda den e drum. Esaki a basha afor y a inunda e sitio.
No ta duro pa imagine e consecuencianan si e incidentenan aki a
materialize den algo mas drastic. Hendenan por a word heridi. Apa-
ratonan por a worde danja na modo cu nan no por drecha.


AFTER RECEIVING degrees from U.S. universities, DESPUES DI recibi gradonan for di universidadnan
two Aruba youths returned home to join Lago's di Estados Unidos, dos hoben Aruba a bolbe cas pa
Technical Service Department. August Genser, left, traha den Technical Service Department di Lago.
was graduated from Loyola University in New Or- August Genser, banda robez, a gradua for di Loyola
leans and is a chemist in the laboratories. Raphael A. University na New Orleans y ta quimico den labora-
Hodge, right, was graduated from Howard Univer- torionan. Raphael A. Hodge, banda drechi, a gradua
sity in Washington, D. C., and is a TSD engineer. i >r di Howard University y ta un ingeniero den TSD.



Two Aruba Youths Complete University


Studies in States; Start Lago Careers


Two Aruba youths recently re-
turned home to take positions in the
Technical Service Department after
having completed their educations
at universities in the United States.
August Genser, who was graduated
from Loyola Umveisity in New Or-
leans with a bachelor of science de-
gree in chemistry, joined TSD-Lab-
oratories Feb 17 as a chemist
Raphael A. Hodge, who was gra-
duated from Howard University in
Washington, D.C., with a bachelor
of science degree in mechanical en-
gineering, joined the Technical Ser-
vice Department March 22 as an
engineer.
Mr. Genser is currently assigned
to Lab No. 2 Mr. Hodge is in the
Equipment Inspection Group on a
six-month work assignment after
which he will move to TSD-Engin-


eering.
The architecture of New
and the French cuisine will
remembered by Mr. Genser.


Orleans
be long
During


his four years at Loyola he en-
tered in September, 1956, and was
graduated in May, 1960 he said
he enjoyed the spectacle of the
Mardi Gras and was especially in-
trigued with the blend of French,
Spanish and American architecture
of the famed city. While at Loyola
he was a member of the Alpha Del-
ta Gamma social fraternity, the
German Club and the America:l
Chemical Society for student affi-
liates.

Toured Southland
Mr Genser said he had th: op-
portunity to see much of the South
by traveling with friends to their
homes for Christmas vacation A
graduate of the Dommicus Collce
in Oranjestad, he attended two
years of preparatory sohoul at St
John's in Danvers, Massachusetts.
He was enrolled in Lago's Summer
College Training Program for col-
lege students in 1959 and also took
post-graduate work at Tulane Unm-
versity.
K. Roberts Named

Senior Engineer
Kenneth J. Roberts has been
named a senior engineer in TSD-
Equipment Inspection Group. The
promotion was effective April 1.
Mr. Roberts came
to Lago May 18,
1956, from Trini-
dad Leaseholds
and joined TSD as
an engineer. A
mechanical and
production engm-
eer, he was era-
ployed in England
before taking em-
ployment in Tri-
nidad. K. J. Roberts


Mr. Hodge was an engineering
trainee III when he left Lago Sept
4, 1956, to enter Howard on a uni-
versity scholarship He was grad-
uated Jan 26, 1981.
He was awarded a Lago scholar-
ship his second year at Howard and
completed his studies under the
auspices of a scholarship grant. -He
started as a civil engineering stu-
dent and finished his first year with
an impressive record. He not only
made the Dean's honoi roll, bi.t had
the highest scholastic record of all
freshman civil engineering students
He made a 3.4 average with a 4 (,
perfect. Mr Hodge switched to
mechanical engineering his second


year
He thought Washington
ating city but he prefers
constant sunny weather


a fascin-
Aruba's
to the


drizzly winter s of the U S capital
During his stay thce lie saw much
of the city's sights an I was espe-
cially interested in the Smithsonian
Institute, a national museum A
musician, he was particularly en-
thusiastic about the museum's opeia
exhibits. Before he left Aruba for
study at Howard he played piano
with the Sensation Musical dance
ol chestra On other university-
sponsored tours, he visited federal
institutions, monuments and historic
sites
Hr Hodge originally joined Lago
Sept 23, 1950, as a Lago Vocational
School student. He was graduated
in June, 1954, and was assigned to
TSD-Laboratories as an engineelmng
trainee He then moved to TSD-En-
gmee ing wheie he remained until
he entered Howard University


Dos Hoben di Aruba Ta


Termina Estudio di Colegio
Dos hoben Arubano resientemente a bolbe cas pa tuma posicionnan
den Technical Servic. Department despues di a complete nan educa-
cion na universidadnan na Estados Unidos. August Genser, kende a
gradua for di Loyola University na New Orleans cu un grado di
Bachiller di Ciencia den quimica, a cuminza traha na TSD-Laboratories


Feb. 17 como quilmco Raphael A
Hodge, kende a giadua for di Ho-
ward University na Washlng Lon,
D.C. cu un grado di ea-h.ller di
Ctencia den i:ngenic a mn6canico, a
cuminza traha cu Technical S23rvce
Department Maart 22 comr inge-
niero
Sr. Genser actualmente ta asigd.
na Laboratorio No. 2. Si Hodge ta
den Equipment Inspection Group cu
un encargo di se.s luna despues di
cual el lo traslada pa TSD-Engin-
eering
E architecture di New Orleans y
e arte culinario Frances ta cosnan
cu Sr. Genser lo keda record hopi
tempo largo. Durante su cuatro a -
Ja na Loyola -el a drenta na Sep-
tember 1956 y a gradua na Met
1960 el a hisa cu el a goza di e
espectaculo di Mardi Gras y tabata
specialmente mntrgd cun e mezela di
architectural Frances, Spanj6 y
Americano di e famoso cludad
Mientras na Loyola el tabata miem-
bro di e fraternidad social Alpha
Delta Gamma. Club Aleman y Ame-
rican Chemical Society pa afiliado-
nan studiante.
Sr. Genser a bisa cu el tabatin
oportunidad pa mira hopi di e part
sur viajando cu amigonan pa nan
cas durante vacacionnan di Pasci.
Un graduado di St Dominicus Col-
lege na Oranjestad, el a atende dos
ania di school preparatorio na St.
John's na Danvers, Massachusetts.
Na 1959 el a traha na Lago den e
program di entrenamento durante
verano pa studiantenan di colegio
na 1959. Despues di gradua na


Loyola el a sigui su studio na Tu-
lane University.
Sr Hodge tabata un engineering
trainee III tempo cu el a laga Lago
Sept 4 1956. pa drenta Howard
University cu tin boca di e univelii-
dad. El a gradua Jan 26, 1961.
El a consegui tin beca di Lago su
segundo anja na Howard y a com-
pleta su estudionan bao auspicio di
e beca aki El a cuminza como tin
studiante di ingeneria civil y a tel-
mnna su promer anja cu un record
impresivo. No solamente el a apa-
iece ariba e lista di honor, pero el
tabatin e record scolastico mas hal-
to di tur studiantenan di promer
anja den ingenieria civil El a con-
segui un promedio di 3 4 siendo 4 0
perfect Sr. Hodge a cambia pa in-
genieria mecanico den di dos anja
El ta haya Washington un ciudad
fascmante e interesante pero el ta
prefer e solo constant di Aruba
much mas arlba e inviernonan frio
di e capital di Estados Unidos Dur-
ante su permanencia aya el a mira
un gran part di vistanan di e cim-
dad y tabata specialmente interest
den Smithsonian Institute, un mlu-
seo national Siendo music, el ta-
bata particularmente entusiaste to-
cante e exhibicionnan di opera di e
museo. Promer cu el a laga Aruba
pa studio na Howard el tabata toca
piano cu e orchestra di bale Sensa-
cion Musical. Den esfera di otro
bishitanan bao auspicio di universi-
dad, el a bishita institucionnan fe-
deral, monumentonan y sitionan
historic


II


April 8, 1961







April 8, 1961 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 3


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A CRANE lifts a seven-ton prestressed concrete slab from one
of three stress beds in the lower yard storage area after the
slab has cured in the form for three days. Steel tendons that
give the slabs prestressed qualities, left, are elongated 18.7
inches more than their normal 300-foot lengths by a force of
18,600 pounds applied by stressing jacks.


UN GRUA ta hiza un plancha di concrete sumeti na pre-tension,
cual ta pisa siete ton, for di un di e tres camanan di tension den
vecindario di lower yard despues cu esaki a cura den e formalete
pa tres dia. Hielchi di staal cu ta duna e planchanan calidadnan
di pre-tension, banda robez, ta 18.7 duim mas largo cu nan lar-
gura normal di 300 pia door di un potencia di 18,600 liber.


SPrestressed Slabs Used c

SSlab Fabrication

'Unique in Aruba
A construction method unique to
Aruba has been introduced by the Ray- .W U
r mond Concrete Pile Company, builders
of Lago's No. 3 Finger Pier. It's the
technique of fabricating prestressed
concrete slabs, 252 of which will make --.-
up the pier's solid section of some r
30,000 square feet. This mass will be
supported by concrete-capped steel H-
piles, many of which have been driven. \\
To most observers, a prestressed
-. lrnnrrPtp alh hla the annpnranr nf in *


EIGHT SLABS are fabricated at a time in each of the
stress beds. They are kept covered and damp during
the three-day curing period.
OCHO PLANCHA ta worde fabricA na mes un tempo
den cada un di e camanan di tension. Nan ta worde
teni tapa y muhA durante tres dia pa cura.


ordinary non-stressed slab. Upon closer
inspection, a slight upward warp or
camber is evident. What appear to ne
reinforcing rods protruding from slab
?nds are in effect stranded steel ten-
Ions.
It's the camber that counts and it's
the steel tendons, stressed by a force
of 18,600 pounds, that cause the cam-
ber effect. Though this camber is
slight, eleven-sixteenths of an inch in
the center of a twenty-eight-foot-long
slab, it indicates that the prestress
more than equals the dead-load mo-
ment of the slab. What this means is
that the camber verifies to the en-
gineers that the correct amount of
force has been applied to the slab
through prestressing
This force, or tendency for the slab
to bow in an upward direction, acts in
the opposite direction to which the
slab will try to deflect under a given


a m

THIS HYDRAULIC pump sends fluid
to the stressing jacks under pressure of
2500 pounds a square inch.
E POMP hydraulico aki ta manda
fluido pa e jacknan di tension bao pre-
sion di 3500 liber pa duim cuadri.

load including its own weight. This
physical law can be easily demonstrat-
ed with an ordinary piece of slightly
stiff paper and a fountain pen. Paper
held in a horizontal position between
the fingertips hardly supports its own
weight and can't begin to support the
pen that's placed on the paper. Bowed
upwards (the bow must be exaggerat-
ed in this experiment), the stressed
paper easily supports the pen's weight.
(Contintled on page 6)


n No. 3 Pier

FabricacionNobo

Unieo na Aruba4
Un metodo di construction inico na
Aruba a worde introduce door di Ray-
mond Concrete Pile Company, traha-
dornan di No. 3 Finger Pier di Lago. Ta
e metodo di fabric planchanan di con-
creto sumeti previamente na presion,
252 di cual lo constitui e section s6lido
di 30,000 pia cuadra di e pier. E masa
aki lo worde want door di pilanan den
forma di H, cu cabez di concrete, hopi
di cual ya a worde mandA den fondo.
Pa hopi observador, un plancha di
concrete sumeti na tension previo tin
e aparencia di un plancha ordinario cu
no a pasa bao tension. Ariba inspection
mas detenido, un birada leve pa laria of
un lomba ta bira evidence. Loke ta apa-
rece di tab ranan di reinforce puntanao
for di bandanan di e plancha en efecto
hielchinan di staal gevlecht.
Ta e lomba cu ta conta y ta e hiel-
chinan di staal, pasa bao di un tension
di 18,600 liber, cu ta causa e efecto
dobli aki. Maske e doblA aki ta poco,
diez-un diez-seis di un duim den centro
di un plancha binti-ocho pia largo, e ta
indica cu e ponemento bao presion pre-
vio ta mas cu iguala e moment di peso
morto ariba e plancha. Loke esaki ta
nifica ta cu e lomba ta verifica pa in-
genieronan cu e cantidad corecto di
torza a worde aplicA na e plancha pa
medio di tension.
E forza aki, of tendencia pa e plancha
dobla pa laria, ta actua den e direction
contrario na esun cu e plancha lo trata
Sna bira bao di un dado carga incluy-
endo su mes peso. E ley fisico aki por
word demonstrate facilmente cu un or-
dinario pida papel poco stijf y un vul-
pen. Papel teni horizontalmente entire
puntanan di dede apenas ta want su
Times peso y no por cuminza want e
pen ora pone'le ariba e papel. Bira pa
laria (e birada mester word exagerA
den e experiment aki) e papel baa
tension facilmente ta want peso di e
pen.
Ariba e finger pier nobo e plancha-
(Contoina nu pagmna 4)


WHILE ONE man sets locking cones,
two others, left, check tendon stress with
gauge and dynamometer. Patented lock-
ing cones, far left, hold the tendon under
18,600 pounds stress. Steel tendons are
burned through after jacks release
tension.
MIENTRAS UN homber ta sinta e cono-
nan di cerra, dos otro, banda robez, ta
check tension di e hielchinan cu gauge y
dynamometer. Coconan di cerra patentia,
leuw banda robez, ta tene e hielchi bao
18,600 liber di tension. Hielchi di staal ta
worde kimi despues cu jacknan laga ten-
sion bai.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS April 8, 1961


Entrenamento di Verano


Ta Cuminsa na LngoJuni26

E program di Lago pa entrenamento di studiantenan di colegio du-
rante verano lo cuminza ariba Juni 26. E program di ocho siman lo
dura te Aug. 19 y ta design como un program pa duna experiencia
di trabao pa asina yuda e studiantenan sinja traha, obtene experiencia
pa future carera y orienta nan mes den mundo commercial. Come e


studiante di verano lo no ta empleado
di compania, el lo no recibi sueldo ll
tampoco el lo tin derecho ariba bene-
ficionan dund na otro empleadonan
Sinembargo, un abono di Fls. 175 pa
cada period di cuatro siman, lo
worde dund. E program ta habri
solamente pa yiunan di mayornan cu
ta biba na Aruba. Mayornan no mcs-
ter ta empleado di Lago pa nan yiu-
nan ta eligible pa e program di en-
trenamento di verano. Ademas, stu-
diantenan cu ta desea di tuma e pro-
grama mester ta atendiendo actual-
mente un colegio of universidad y
mester a complete cu exito e promer
anja di colegio.
Studiantenan of mayornan di studi-
antenan cu ta desea mas information
tocante e program aki mester tuma
contact cu Training Division di In
dustrial Relations Department den
Administration Building unda formu-
larionan di aplicacion por worde ob-
teni. Information por worde obteni
pa telefoon yamando numero 3375.
Maske e program ta planed pri-
meramente pa studiantenan kende ta
studia den direccionnan cu tin apli-
cacion practice na Lago, tur es-
fuerzo lo worde haci pa asigna stu-
diantenan cu no a select un direc-
cion di studio ainda na departamen-
tonan unda experiencia lo ta tan
practice possible.
Studiantenan cu ta participa den e
program lo mester sigui tur regla-
nan. Atendencia puntual y regular
lo worde requeri for di tur studian-
te y nan prestacion lo worde evalus
y noted. Na termination di e curso,
certificadonan lo word entrega na
esnan cu complete e program di
entrenamento satisfactoriamente.

W. A. Murray A

Present Oloshi

Pa Servieio na 8
Oloshinan pa servicio en conme-
moracion di binti-cinco anja di ser-
vicio na Lago a word present na
seis homber di process y dos di
mechanical durante ceremonianan
na Reception Center April 5.
E oloshinan, inscribi cu number i
e empleado su fecha di aniversario,
a word present door di Vice Pre-
sidente W. A. Murray. Esnan cu a
recibi oloshi tabata E. Hassel, Re-
ceiving & Shipping; I. G. Lopez,
Catalytic & Light Ends; L. D. Giel,
Receiving & Shipping-wharves; L.
Laviest, Utilities; W. W. Lejuez,
Receiving & Shipping, y M. de P.
Geerman, Receiving & Shipping-
Wharves, tur di Process Depart-
ment; L. R. Wout carpenter, y F.
A. Violenes, transportation, tur dos
di Mechanical Department.


Service Watches

Awarded Eight

By W.A. Murray
Service watches commemorating
twenty-five years of Lago service
were presented to six process men
and two mechanical men at Recep-
tion Center ceremonies April 5.
The watches, inscribed with the
employee's name and anniversary
date, were presented by Vice Presi-
dent W. A. Murray. Watch reci-
pients were E. Hassel, Receiving and
Shipping; I. G. Lopez, Catalytic and
Light Ends; L. D. Giel, Receiving
and Shipping-Wharves; L. Laviest,
Utilities; W. W. Lejuez, Receiving
and Shipping, and M de P Geer-
man, Receiving and Shipping-
Wharves, all of the Process Depart-
ment; L. R. Wout, carpenter, and
F. A. Violenes, transportation, both
of the Mechanical Department.
To date, a total of 916 gold service
watches have been presented to
twenty-five-year employees.

I. Stott Nombra

Viee Presidente

Ehecutivo Maart 1
William R. Stott, vice president
y miembro di Junta di Directornan
di Standard Oil Company (N.J.) a
worde eligi como vice president ehe-
cutivo y miembro di Comite Ehecu-
tivo, asina c compania a anuncia re-
clentemente.
Sr. Stott, un ehecutivo den division
di ventas durante mayor parti di su
carera di trinta y dos anja cu Jersey
Standard, ta sigui Emile E. Soubry
kende tin intencion di retira na Mei.
Sr. Soubry a abdica su puesto como
vice president y como miembro di e
Comitd Ehecutivo Maart 1.
Tambe a worde anuncia cu Peter
T. Lament, un vice president y di-
rector cu trnnta y nuebe anja di ser-
vicio cu compania, a express su deseo
pa retira na Mei. Manera a worde
anuncia anteriormente, Stewart P.
Coleman, un vice president y direc-
tor, lo retira April 1 pa motibonan di
salud.
Jersey Standard awor tin inten-
cion di nombra dos candidate nobo
pa election den Junta di Directornan
na e reunion annual di accionistanan
na Mei. E compania a cambia tambe
e reglanan interno pa reduci e can-
tidad di directornan for di diez-seis
pa diez-cmco.
Esnan cu a worde nomind ta Paul
J. Anderson, representante di Jersey
Standard pa Inglaterra y Scandina-
via.


JOINING HER husband at his Feb. 27 retirement luncheon was Mrs. A.
S. Croes. Mr. Croes retired March 1 from Mechanical-Yard. Left to right
are R. A. Wever, Mr. Croes, J. R. Proterra, Mrs. Croes, M. O. Banfield
and W. L. Edge.
ACOMPANJANDO SU esposa na su comida di retire Feb. 27 tabata Sra.
A. S. Croes. Sr. Croes a retira Maart 1 for di Mechanical-Yard. Robez pa
drechi ta R. A. Wever, Sr. Croes, J. R. Proterra, Sra. Croes, M. O. Ban-
field y W. L. Edge.


GUEST OF honor at a March 23 ret
of General Services-Operations Div
Legenhausen, J. M. J. Wagemaker,
Rasmijn and D. Rasmijn, daughter
IIUESPED DI honor na e comida d
mijn di General Services-Operations
ta F. Legenhausen, J. M. J. Wagema
0. Rasmijn y D. Rasmijn, yiu y ruma


I Plancha di
(Continua di pagina 3)
nan di cuatro pia hancho mester
want nan mes peso di siete ton, e
peso di e cabecera di concrete y e
forzanan di te 150 liber pa pia cuadra
cual ta peso di un truck di cinco ton
Tambe forza di biento mester worde
considerA door di ingenieronan.
Door di incorpora planchanan di
concrete sumeti na presion previo
den e project di pier. Raymond ta
realize un spaarmento di tres banda.
Uno, y mas important, ta e spaar-
mento di peso morto ariba pila y
capanan di concrete. E planchanan
sumeti previamento na tension, cual
ta diez duim diki, segun e dimension
cu ta worde usa, tin e mes forza cu
planchinan normal reinforzA cu staal
y cu ta diez-cinco duim diki. Y ade-
mas nan ta pisa menos Di segundo
spaarmento ta eliminacion di trabao
di formalete di carpinter over di awa,
un metodo necesario ora cu e plan-
chanan aki ta worde bashA na lugar
di construction. Tin on tercer spaar-
mento den concrete. make e cost
di hielchi di staal y e tension previo
ta kita esaki.
E planchanan bao previo tension di
No. 3 Finger Pier ta worde fabricA
den vecindario di lower yard. Maske
e metodo no ta complica, master tene
hopi percuracion den e trabao. E
planchanan cu no logra di want un
tension dado master word considerS
unusable.

300 Pia Largo
E ponemento bao tension ta secede
den tres cama, cada uno mas of me-
nos 300 pia largo, cu dimension in-
terior na hanchura di e plancha. Pa
motibo di e tremende forzanan di
tension involvi, e camanan aki ta con-
sisti di pilanan fuerte den forma di
H y balki cruza di staal y un bom di
concrete. Pila den forma di H na
cinco pareuw y e mes miembronan
diez-cuatro dulm diki ta worde usa
como pila di pier y ta corre henter
largura di e cama. Ora tur hielchi La
bao e tension d: 18,600 liber cada un,
e pilanan H di 300 pia largo ta word
comprmi un duim.
Cada cama di tension ta contene
ocho formalete di plywood. Door di
buraconan den e miembronan cruzi
na canto di e cama tin hielchi ge-
vlecht cable di siete strong di waya
di staal siete-octavo di un duim diki.
Binti-seis hielchi na tur a worde pasd
door di bandanan di cada un di e
ocho formaletenan den largura con-
tinuo di 300 pia Un cono di cerra
patent ta conectA na un banda di e
hielchi, y un jack hydraulico ta hala
e hielchi te casi 19,000 liber di ten-
sion worde registrar. Cada hielchi ta
word poni bao tension un pa tin y
cono di cerra ta worde aplicd pa tene
e tension.
Tres check ta worde usA pa garan-
tiza e propio tension. Un gauge arba
e solo pomp hydraulico mester re-
gistra 3500 liber pa duim cuadrA di
presion hydraulco. Un dynamometer
cu ta tuma e tension promer cu e
hielchi bai den e jack mester registrar
18,600 liber. Por ultimo, un trahador
fisicamente ta midi e hielchi hala. Si


Applications Due
For Twenty-first

LSP Olympiad
Track and field events, a tug-of-
war, and bicycle races will again
highlight the Twenty-first Queen's
EuBirthday Olympiad at Lago Sport
Park Saturday, April 29. Games
start at 6'30 p.m.
In order to participate in one or
more events, athletes must submit
applications. Eorms may be obtain-
ed from Lago Sport Park Board
members and mus be filled out and
returned to R. E. A Martin. board
secretary, Zone 1 office, by noon,
Saturday, April 22 In addition,
J participants must be registcied for
irement luncheon was Felis Rasmijn the events no later than 6 p m. the
ision-Crafts. Left to right are F. night of the contests Confirmation
Mr. Rasmijn, V. C. Fuller, Miss 0. of application and Olympiad rules
er and brother of the annuitant. wll be forwarded to contestants
i retire Maart 23 tabata Felis Ras- several days prior to the Olympiad
Division-Crafts. Di robez pa drechi Events will be run by classes and

,lt fohld dh e vauinl and l n ch d th, suho
ker, Sr. Rasmijn, V. C. Fuller, Srta. mll include dashes, pole vault, shot
an di e pensionista, respectivamente put, javelin throw, discus throw,
high jump, mile run, running broad
lump and the bike laces.

Concrete Boad members ale M. eyes. J
Briezen, J. Bislik, J. Brokke, C Bls-
e tension ta corecto, e hielchi d 300 lip, E. E. Carilho, J. Kock, R. Kemp,
pia lo ta en eiecto 18.7 dulm mas V C. Thomson and M. Martin
largo loke ta basta hopi.
Una vez tur e hielchinan a pasa Industry Leaders
bao tension, concrete ta word basha.
Cement C-9 di Lago, cual normal- From Holland See
mente ta uma binti-ocho da pa cuia, ti
ta haya un aditivo d plastento cu a o era ons
ta permit pa usa menos awa. Esaki Dmuing the brief visit of the four-
ta acelera e process di curamento teen-man industrial nmssion to Aru-
asina cu e pianchanan por word ba, the Dutch industrialsts toured
larmta for di e camanan despues d the refinery and lunched with Lago
Lies dia di cuamento. Cu e process executives at the Esso Club. The
di tres dia di cu amento, e contra- March 16 tour included the Acid
tista pot vuelta e tres camanan di and Edeleanu Plant area, lower
tension un vez pa siman y product yard and harbor area after which
binti-ocho plancha. the industrialists visited the Em-
Promer cu e hielchmnan per word ployee Medical Center and the Gen-
kIma pa los cada plancha individual, eral Shops. On their return trip to
e tension master word kitA gradual- the Esso Club, members of the mis-
mente pa medio di jack hydraulico. sion also saw the workings of La-
Esakl ta un part critic da e opera- go's Combination Units and Cat
cion como e balkinan dwars mester Cracker. Accompanying the indus-
move pareuw sino e tension por wor- trialists on the Lago tour were lo-
de lanmt inigualmente. cal government and trade officials
Previo tension a word introduce and Curacao's Info nation Officei
na Estados Undos durante Guerra Trd A
The session arrived in Arauba
Mundial II Su us por word hayd Mach 15 after spending a eek
mayor part den construction d ga- Curacao. They turned to
rage di auto, hangar di aeroplane, March 18. Purpose of the son's
deposit y balkinan di brug over d vt t the ethen i n
visit to the Netherlands Antilles
camina. Raymond a usa e metodo di
was the investigation of further
tension previo den construction di e
brug over d Lago Pontchartra, possibilities of industrial develop-
brug over di Lago Pontchartran ment in the area
cual ta binti sets milla largo, y ac- In addition to the Lago tour, the
tualmente ta usa pila di post-tension
atuba Cape Chia e poste ns industrialists visited several govern-
ariba Cape Charles Causeway na
Norfolk, Vgia. compa t n ment projects and met with mem-
Norfolk,irgnia. E compa tin un ers of the Trade and Industry As-
patent ariba e process aki cual s oft a nd aIndustry
worde usa tambe pa fabrics pila di socia .
plataforma pa dril den Lago Mara- heir occupations include the
calbo, management of paint, chemical, en-
bo. gineering, import, furniture and in-

A liacioulnM ester dustrial concerns. Several represent-
A pril ed various trade and employee as-
a en pr 22 sociations and government economic
b _services.


ra lymplwaaa
Eventonan atletico, un ranca:..cn-
to di cabuya, y careda di bicycleta
lo ta puntonan saliente atrobe di e
Olympiada di Anja di La Rema na
Lago Sport Palk, Diasabra, April
29. Weganan ta cuminza pa 6.30
p m.
Pa participa den un of mas even-
to, atletanan mester manda aplica-
cion aden. Formularionan por word
obteni for di miembronan di Lago
Sport Park Board y master worde
yenA y dobolbi pa R. E. A. Martin,
secretario di e junta, Zone 1 office,
no mas laat cu diez-dos 'or Dia-
sabra, April 22. Ademas, participan-
tenan mester worde registrar pa e
eventonan no mas laat cu 6 p m. e
anochi di e concursonan. Confirma-
cion di aplicacion y reglanan di
Olympiada lo worde manda pa con-
cursantenan varies dia promer cu e
Olympiada
Eventonan lo worde teni den clase
y lo inclui dash, polstok, tiramento
di bola, tiramento di speer, tiramen-
to di disco, salto halto, careda di
milla, salto leuw na careda y pusta-
mento di bicycleta.
Miembronan di junta ta M. Reyes,
J. Briezen, J. Bislk, J. Brokke, C
Bislip, E E Carilho, J. Kock, R.
Kemp, V. C. Thomson y Sr. Martin.


Mission Industrial

A niisltta Lago
Durante e bishita cortico di e
Insion industrial consistlendo ui
udez-cuatio iohumuer iia Aruba, e in-
Justi alistanan iuilandes a osnita
retineria y a slnta na iln comida cu
ehecutivonan di Lagu na ts2o Club.
E bishita di l aai 16 tabata con-
centra ariba Acid & Edeleanu Plant,
lower yard y part di iiat despues
di cual e inuostialistanan a bishita
Employee Medical Centel y Geneial
Shops Ora nan a regresa Esso Club,
miembronan di c nmsion a mira tarn
be e operation di e Combination
Units di Lago y Cat Cracker Acuim-
panjando e industinalistanan ariba
nan bishita na Lago tabata repie-
sentantenan di goblerno y di comer-
cio local y hefe di vourlichtingsdienst
~i Curacao.
E mission a yega na Aruba Maart
15 despues di pasa un siman na Cu-
raqao. Nan a bolbe pa Curacao
Maart 18. Obheto di bishlta di e mu-
sion na Antillas Holandes tabata in-
vestigacion di mas posibiliJadnan pa
desaroyo industrial den e part aki
Ademas di e bishita na Lago, e
industrialistanan a bishita various
project di gobierno.


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April 8, 1961


L. ran

L van Esch, assistant operator
in Process-LOF, was a three-time
CYI winner in February. In the
first place, he was awarded Fls.
700 for an adopted suggestion
and, secondly, his idea was judged
the CYI-of-the-Monli by the LYI
committee. He will also receive an
extra non-cash award for having the
most ingenious idea or the month
This extra-incentive award was ie-
cently announced by the committee
and will be presented to past and
future CYI-of-the-Month winners
This idea to boost ideas, incidentally.
was a CYI suggestion.
Mr Van Esch saw the need for
additional discharge facilities and
suggested that a ten-inch valve and
elbow be installed on the present
stub at the discharge lateral on
pump 1832 to the sixteen-inch jet fuel
line Adopted in modified form, the
installation of his suggested idea
makes it possible to use the bigger
line as a discharge line for blends in
the 660 series tanks This frees other
discharge lines for both blending
motor gasolines and receiving im-
ported motor gasoline stocks which
results in a savings in ship's time.
For his ingenuity, Mr. Van Esch was
awarded Fis 700 and was named the
best February suggester. Last yeal
he won two awards, one worth Fis


Esch W

S30 and another that paid Fls. 225.

During the month of February, a
total of Fls. 2055 was awarded to
suggesters for twenty-eight accepted
ideas r'ebruary winners were:

Accounting Dept.
A. 0. Nunes tls. 50
icctg-Mat. & Comm. Discontinue
use o, Comnnssary Material Issue
SransmitLal tiorm AC-429 t5-56).'
Gen. Serv. Dept.
Schools
i. C. lelfield Fls. 25
.Mechanical Dept.
Administration
L. R. Wever Fls. 150
Mech.-Adm. New method to col-
lect historical information for de-
tails 4, 5 & 6 and also prepare the
cost analysis by quarter.
C F. Volles FIs. 50
Proc.-C&LE. Flange the top por-
tion of all flare stacks to facilitate
renewal of tips.
D B. Richardson Fls. 50
Mech -Adm. Discontinue calcula-
tion of planned vacation manhours
and use past year's average instead.
D. B. Richardson Fls. 30
Carpenter
J. E Wyatt Fls. 150
Proc-C&LE-PCAR. Install mono-
rail over the safety valves on frac-
tionator tower.


Ins


CYI- Of- The-Month


Electrical
G. Arends
iS. -'. Semeleer
Instrument


ti'. Maduro
htech.-Instrument.
J.1 meriammeters.
Pipe
E. Danma


Improve


FIs. 40
FIs. 25

Fls. 60
eventss


Medical Dept.
S. J. Speziale
Process Dept.
Cracking


J. R. Esser
N. Werleman

L van Esch
Proc.-LOF.


LOF
Fls. 700
Install 10" valve and


Albow on present stub at discharge
lateral on pump 1832 to 16" jet fuel
line.
A. Thijzen Fls. 120
Proc -LOF. Install block valves on
No 1 & 2 suction and 12" discharge
I:nes between tanks No. 662 and 663.
F Fingal FIs. 50
Proc.-LOF Install gauge glass at
bottom of tanks 347 and 357 to de-
termine amount of water present in
imported cargo.
J. Dirksz Fls. 40
B Ras Fls. 30
J. F. Kock Fls. 30
B Ras Fls. 30
C. S. Maduro Fls. 25


Utilities
J. A. Steward Fla. 30
0. G. Geerman Fls. 30
S van der Linde Fls. 30
Tech. Serv. Dept.
Lab No. 2
F. A. Ho Sam Sooi Fls. 50
TSD-Labs. Transport Orsat ap-
paratus in cylinder holder.
Engineering


F. E Farro


Fls. 30


Hombernan Muscular

Den Concurso Na

Sport Park Awe

Siete division di hizamento di
peso y concurs di desaroyo fi-
sico lo saluda aficiononadonan
durante e exhibition di e hom-
bernan muscular awe nochi,
April 8, pa 6 p.m. na Lago Sport
Park. Tanto e forma y e abilidad
di hiza peso lo determine gana-
dornan den e press military y
concurso di snatch cu dos man.
Lo tin dos campeon den e con-
curso di desaroyo fisico, un
Junior y un senior "Mr. Aruba".
Ora di pisa pe hizadornan di
peso ta 5 p.m. awe.


1961 American League Baseball Schedule


APRIL N Y.
-To-M
11-Tu Minn.
12-W
13-Th Minn
t4-F
1S-Sat K C
16-Sun K,C(2)
17-M
18-Tu LA
19-W L A.
20-Th L A
21-F At Bolt n)
21-Sot AtBalrtd-n)


BALT.

L A.
L A(n)

Minn (n)
Minn


BOSTON I V.ASH. CLLVE
- I-- CW,;------
K C, At Det.
Chic (i,
K C Chic At Del





Mlnn
At Chc Dei
At Chic (n) AiMinn AtK C
A Chic AtMinn AiK C (n)
At Chic (2) A Minn. AIK C
t Ball (n)
Wash At Bcsi Al Bln)
Wash At Bias. A Ball In)
AlO ei Bal8 (n AtN Y
AtOtl (n) Bolt n) AtN Y(n)
At Dot Ball AtN Y


CHICAGO


At Wash(n)
Al Wash.
AtDet
At Dt.,


DETROIT

Cleve.

Cleve.
Cha,
Chic


MINN. L A.
AIN
AIN Y. At Bolf.
At Blt.(n)
A, N. Y.
AtB ll (n) ......
At Bll. AtBosl.


APRIL JULY N. Y.


BALT. I BOSTON WASH.
Ai .>() ti5~


Boilln) K.c.ln)
Bost. K.C.(n)


CEVE.


AtN.in Minn.in
AtN.Y. Minn.


oust.(2) K. C. AtN. Y2)

ALL-STA GAME AT SAN FR.

AChit.(n) ArBotl.(n) BM(lln)
AtChc.(n) AtBSt.(n) Ball.(n)
At Chic. At BoIt. Boll.


At Bolt.
At Ball(n)
At Wash In)

At Bost (n)
At BIst.


Boil (2)
1 A (nI
I A (n)

At K C(n)
AtK.C(n)
At K C
AIX C


AtChic.(2)
At Ch.(n)
At Clev.(n)
At aN.l(-n
A Clt..v.(n)
N. Y (n)
N Y.


Chic.(2)



LA(n)
L. A.


CHICAGO DETROIT KAN.C. MINN. LA.
Atc*t e.(nl L. A.n) Ain tWARthtni) AtDt.(n)
At ale. A. At l.(n) AI Woh. AIDeS.


At Ciev.(2)

A'

N.Y.(n)
N.Y.


At olt. At Wash.

GAME AT SAM FRANCS

AIW h.(n) .....
SAtW sh.(n) At Do.(n)
At Wash. At DIl.


K.C,(2)

Bol.(n)
Boll (n)
Bolt.
AI K. C.(t-n)
A K.C.(n)


At aCl.(2)

AL. A.(n)
At L A.(t-n)

Cleve.
Cleve.


30-Sun Al Wash 2) Del 2) At Cleve (2) N Y (2) Bos (2) At Minn Bal (2 At L. A(2) Chic. K C.(2) 130-Sun


A Minn.
AtClve (n)
Al Cleve (n)

Do,(n)
Del


Al A. AtX. C.

A K. C (n Ai Minn.
At K. C n) AMinn.
AtMinn.
Dt I(n) A Cleve,(
Dot. AtICIve
De0(2) At Clve(
Del (n)
Wash(n) DeOln)
Wosh. Do (n)
S Walh n)
At Clre(n) Wash (n
At Cleve. Wash


At Min
At L. A n)
At L. A (I)
AtLAin)


AtWash (n)
AIWash
At Wash 2)

Clve( n)
Cleve
O t(n)
Doet (n)
Dott


AtN Y(2) Chic(2)
At N. Y.n) Ch.t (n)
Chic (n
Chic.(l-n) At N.Y.
Chc (n) AtN. Y(n)
Bat(n)i At Bolt.(n)
Bol (n) At lt (n)


28-Sun Chic (2)
29-M At lBa (n)
30-Tu AI Bolt.
31-W AtBolstn)

JUNE
1-Th A Bot.
2- At Chic. (n)
3-Sat At Chit.
4-Sun At Chic.
5-M Minn.(n)
6-Tu Mlnn.(n)
7-W Minn.
.-Th K C.
9-F K.C.(n)
10-San K.C.
11-Sn LA (2)
12-M L A(n)
13-Tu At Clev (n)
14-W At Cleo.(n)
15-Th At Cleve (n)
16-F AID0l.(n)
17-S5t ADl l(n)
I -Su. At Otf.
19-M At K.C.(n)
20-Tu At K.C.(I)
21-W A K.C.(n)
22-Th At K.C.n)
23-F At Min.(n)
24-S.a AtMinn.
25-Sun At Minn.
26-M A L.A.l(n
27-Tu AILA.(n)
21-W At L. A.(n)
29-Th
3-F Wash.(n)

JULY
1-Sat Wash.
2-Sun Wash.
3-M
4-T. D0.I2)
5-W Clev..
6-Th Clve.(n)


AlBostl In)
At Bast.
At Best
L.A (n)
L.A t-n)
t A(s)
Minn n)
Mnn.(n)
Minn
Chic (2)
Chc (n)
Wah.(n)
Wash n)
Wash (n)
A Clev.(n)
AtCI~e.
At Clve.2)

At Minn (n)
AtMAnn.(n)
At Mints.) )
At Minn.


AlL A.

AltK.C.n)
At K. C (n)
At K. C-(n
Dot (n)


At Cleve 2) Wash (2)


At Minn.(2)
At Minn.
AtL A n)
Al LA (n)
At I A.
K C(n)
K.C


K C(2)
Minn.ln)
Minn.(n)

AtL A (n)
AtL.A (I-n)

AI Bost (2)
At Bost.(n)
At Balt{n)
At Bolt t-n)
At Balt.(n)
AtN Y(n)
At N.Y.


BIlt2)


AlWash n)
At Wash (n)
At Wash In)
At Chic,(n)
AtChnr


BoI. N Y.
Bost (n)
hatl. Bost.(n)

Solt.
L A. A Minn.
L.A A Minn.
L A K, Minn.
At Chic (n) A K. C.n)
A Chic(n) At K. C.(n)

K.C.(n) Chic.-n)
K.C.n) Chit.(l-n)
K.C.
a.ve..(2) Wash.(2)
Clav. Wa.h,(n)
DOt.ln) Cave.(n)
Det(n) Cleve (n)
Det. Clve
At Wash (n) t.l(n)
At Wash. Det.(n)
At Wash. DeI.

AICIe.v.(2) AlWash.
AtCle. (n At Wash.(n)


At K. C(2)

At Minn (n)
At Minn (n)
At Mnn.
At L. A.In)
At L A.(n)


At Chic.2)
L. An)
LA.(n)

At Minn.(n)
AlMinn-(n)
AMin.2)


Wv.sh (n)
Wash.(n)
Wash.
At Cleve (n)
At Clve.


At Wash.

Ch. (n)
Chic.

AtClv4 (n)
At Clve.
At Clove (2)

A LA.(n)
A L. A (n)
AtL A(n)
AIK. C(n)
AtK.C In)
At K. C.

At Minn (n)
At Min (n)
At Minn.


At Det.
AI Wash.(n AtDOt.(n)
A Wash. At ODeI


Balt.
K C.
K C.(n)
K.C.
LA(n)
L.A (n)
LA
Mnn (2)
Minn.
AlD0l.tn)
Al Del.

Wash.
Wash(2)

At L. A.(n)


L A(2)
Af Wash (n
At Wash In
At Wash in
At DeO (n)
At Det (n)
At Dl
K C(2)
K C(n)
N Y.(n)
N.Y (n)
N Y(n)
Ball (n)
Ball.
Bait (2)
At Chic (n)
A Chi.(n)
AtChic. (n)

Dot.(n)
Dot.


At Wash [nI CIlve (n)
At Wash. n) Clv..(n)
Al Wash Cleve.


AI Boait (2)
At ellt (n)
L.A (n)
L A(n)
L A.
Minn (n)
Minn.
Mnn (2)
Cleve (n)
Clve (n)
Clsve.(n)

Wash (n)
Wash


Wash,(2)

Bost (n)
Boest.
N Y (in)
N.Y (n)
N.Y.

A Wash.(n)
A Wash.(n)
At Cve.(n)
At Closve.


At Wash.
Ai Bost
At Boles (n)
Al Bais.
At N. Y.
AIN Y(n)
AIN Y
AtCleve.(2)
At Clev. (n)
At Minn (n)

At Minn (n)
SA (n)
L A(n)
L, A.
N. Y.(n)
N YAn)
N.Y(n)
N. Y.n)
Bat (n)
lost(s)


Ai Doet (2)
AtN. Y(n)
AtN Y (n)
At N.Y.
IA Bat (n)
At Bll n)
At Bait.
At Be (2)
At Bast.
K.C(n)
K C(n)
K.cC (n)
At Chic In)
At Chic,
At Chic (2)

Bal (n)
Boll.(n)
Bait.
N. Y,(n)
N.Y.


Al Cleve (2)
At B ll (n)

At Bat.(n)

At Bat.(n)
At Bostl
AI N.Y.(2)
AIN Y.(n)
At Chic(n)
At Chic (n)
At Chic.
At K. C (n)
A' K.C.n)
At K. C.

AIC(.)
Bail In)

Bol.(n)
Balt In)


At Chic(2) Dt(2) Wash(2) At CI.e.(2) Boil. N Y. Balt 25-Sun
A Bos l.nl) N Y(n) 26-M
At ClIve (n) Wash.n) At D (n) Chic (n) Bal (n) Bost [n) N Y(n) 27-Tu
At Cleve(n) Wash (n) A t D Chic. Blt (n) Bols n) N. Y (n) ,2-W
Al Cliv(n) Wash f n) Al Det Chic. Bal (n) Bot ~9-Th
AIN Y(n) AglBil.ln) AILA(n) A Bali(n. Minn.in) Ag K. C (n) Chic(ni 2-.F


Det Clove
Dl*. Cleve
Cleve (nt At Wash (n)
Clve,(n) At Wash.
At Wash.n) Dol.n)
AIWash(n) DeI.


Al Bail.
Ag Best
At Bost
AMBot.(n)
At N. Y,
AIN Y4n)


All A.(n) AtBolt
Alt A. At Ball.
AIM nn(n) .
AtMina(2) AiN Y(21
AtK. C (n) A Bol.(n)
AiK.C K AlBosl.


Minn (n)


AtK C(n)


Chic.(n)


(n) Denotes nighl game. (-n) Dnotes twilight-mnght doutblheader.


AtN.Y(2) Chic.(2) At K C. AL. A.
ALL-STAR GAME AT BOSTON


A.
K C(n)

K.C.(n)
K.C.(n)
(n) Be.ln)
Al(n In


AtWanh (n)
At Wash.


Ai Chc.(2) At ODe.2)

At Cleve(n) Wash.n)
At Clevo.(n) Wash.(n)


At Bo.(2) IMin. Wash.
ALL-STAR GAME


Wash.-2


Clve.(2)


Al Belt.

At Cleve (n)
A, Cleve (n)
At oil (n)
A D0.1.


At Det. IClve. :30-Sun
A BOSTON 31-M

AUGUS
I -Tu
A) Atilt.in) Allsit.2) 2-W
a) AtlMa.(n) At etl.(n) 3-Th
I) A N. Y.(n) A Ball.(n) 4-F
At N.y. At lt.(n) 5-Sut


At Bo*t.(2) A N.Y.(2)
At iBolln) At at l.
At BII.(n) At lst.(n)
At lolMtn) As Bst.(n)
A Ikl.(n) A kil.
Al Chic.(n) DIl.(n).
At Chic. Dt.
Lt Chic. Dot.
AtlMnn.)n) K. C(n)
AtMinn.(n) K.C(n)
A Minn.(n) K.C.(n)

Chic.(L) Al L A.(n)
Chic.(n) AL A (n)


At Wash.(2)At Dt.{(2)

AtK. C (n) Wah (n)
Al K. C.n) Wash.
AtK C(n) Wash.
AtMinn.(n) All.A(n)
AtMinn. AILA(n)


N.Y.
Boil(.n)
Blst.(n)
ost.(n)
AlL A (f-n)


At BaIl (n)
A Ball.td-n


Doit (n) Clv i(n) At Minn.(
Do. Clov.(d-nl At Minn.


3-Sun D0.. Cleve. At Minr. Chc At Baol. At Wash. At N.Y. LA. Bot. At K. C. 3-Sun
4-M Wash.(2) ODl(I-n) Clve. AtN.Y(2) At Bost. AIMdnn(d-n At olt(f-n) L.A.(2) Chic(d-n) AIK.C () 4-M
5-I. Wash(n) Dot (n) Cleve ( n) At N Y) At Bos.(n) Al Mmnn.)(n) At Blt ) L.A.(n) Chc.,(n) AtK.C.(n) 5-Tu
6-W Wash. .. Cleve. A N Y. At Bot. At Minn.n) .... Chicn) ......
7-th Dl. .- At Bst. 7-Th
-F Cleve (n) Wash.(n) (n) At B n) A N.Y (n) A L.A ) Ar Bosl. (n) Mnn.(l.n) A K. C (t-n) Chic (n) 8-F
9-Sat Cleve. Wash (n) Dl. AI Balt n) At N.Y. Al L. A (n) At Bt. Mann (n) At K. C(n) Chc (n) 9-Sot


Wash. Dtl
S WAtWohl(n)
AI Wash (n)
AICleve (n AtWosh in

At ost (n) Ball (n)
Al B st. Ball.


hic N Y. A Minn.

Y(n) Chic. AlI A(i
.Y. Chic, At Ali
At L A<
(n) AIN Y(n) AlK C(
NAtN. Y AIK C(


At.N Y AtK C.


At1.A.


At. LA.

N Y.(n)
N.Y.
L A (n)
L.A


N.Y.

L A
LA.

Alt.A(n)
AIL A(n)
All A
At K C(n)
A'X Cin)
AlK. C(n)

A IMinn.
At Minn.


IAlMinn.


Minn.

At Dl.t(.)
Al Dot.
Al Del.
A, Wash. [n
AtWash.
At Wash.


Wash.


A, K.C.
L.A (n)
L.A (t-n)
L.A. ( n)





Att*Wh.(n
AI Cleve-In
Ai Clov.(



At Wash.(.
AtWosh.
At Wash.
Wash.
Wash.

Cieve.
Clove.
0.1.

Del.
Deil-


Chic. 10-Sun
At Minn.(n) 11-M
At Mhn.(t-n 12-Tu
At Min. (n) 13-W
14-Th
A AChic. () 1-F
AtChk. 16-Sat
AtChic. (2) 17-Sui
R'M
I AtDol. 19-Tu
I At D. 20-W
21-Th
Dlt(n) 22-F
DOt (n) 23-Sat
Del. 24-Sun
25-M
Wash (n) 26-Tu
Wash.(n) 27-W
Vaihnl() 8I-Th
Cl. I(n) "I-F
Clov. (n) 40-Sat

OCT.
Clve. I-Sun


(d-n) Denolat day and night game. Games not precd*ed by "At" ar hoe gaoml1.


At De.(2)
COP



At Clove.
At Wmth.(2)
Min.(n)
Minn.(I-n)
Wash(,s)
Wash.(n)
Woih.(n)
lh.(n)
DC(In)


Clev.(n)
Cl.ve.(n)


A, Bolt.

AsINY..n)
At N. Y.
At N. Y.

AlOWai(n)

At Weh-n)
At Wooln)
At Wash.
Minn.ln)
Minn.(.)


IR


Idea di Van Esch

Juzgh Mehor CYI
L. van Esch, assistant operator
den Process-LOF, a gana tres pre-
mio di CYI na Februari. Na promer
lugar, el a gana Fls. 700 pa un idea
acepta y, na di dos lugar, su idea a
wjrde juzgA CYI-di-Luna door di
e comite di CYI. Tambe el lo recibi
un regalo extra no na efectivo pa e
idea mas ingenioso di luna. E pre-
mio aki pa extra-incentiva a worde
anunciA recientemente door di e co-
mite y lo worde present na pasado
y future ganadoran di CYI-di-
Luna. E idea pa fomenta idea-
nan, incidentalmente, tabata topico
di un sugerencia bao di e plan.
Sr. Van Esch a mira e necesidad
pa mas facilidadnan di descarga y
a sugeri pa un valve y elboog di
diez-duim worde install ariba e pre-
sente stub na e lateral di discharge
ariba pomp 1832 pa e linja di diez-
seis dulm pa combustible jet. Adop-
tA den forma modifici, e instalacion
di e linja sugeri ta haci possible pa
usa e linja mas grand como un linja
di descarga pa blends den e tanki-
nan di series 660. Esaki ta haci otro
linjanan di descarga bini liber tan-
to pa blend gasoline di motor y re-
cibi gasoline di motor import.









April 8, 1961


Mci 27 Ultimo Dia pa


Portretnan pa Calendar
E calendar di Lago pa 1962 atrobe lo consist di diez-dos portret
saca door di empleadonan. Public Relations Department lo conduct un
concurso, similar na e concurso di calendar cual a produce e portret-
nan bunita den calendarnan di 1959 y 1960, pa select transparencia-
nan di color acceptable. Empleadonan cu ta manda aden portret select
pa e calendar io wore prenta cu


ris. 100 pa cada un.
'Iransparencia di color di cual-
kier tamanjo, munstrando cualkier
obleto di Aruua y saca door di elm-
pieaaonan 0o anuitantenan di Lago
ra eligible pa prelonanna na paca
electivo. E concurso pa diez-dos re-
trato ta habri, y entradanan ta
worde acepta y to sigum ser acepta
Le dia 2i di Alei.
E seleccionnan pa e calendar lo
worde hact door la miembronan ai
Public Relations Department.
E reglanan di competition ta ia-
cil :
1. Solamente transparencianan
original den color ta wore conside-
ra. No manda aden negatiet di color,
prints pinta cu man or cualkier re-
tratonan geprmt of public.
2. Transparencianan manda aden
master ta di obhetonan di Aruba:
hende, escena, lugar of cos.
3. Solamente trabao mandd door
di empleadonan of anuitantenan di
berdac lo word considers.
4. Transparencianan cumpra door
di concurso ta bira propiedad di
Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.
Mientras tur esfuerzo lo worde haci
pa debolbe na nan donjonan e
transparencianan usa, esaki no por
worde garantiza.
5. Retratonan usa den ecalendar
cual ta munstra personanan cu por
worde reconoci master ta companja
pa declaracionnan firm, bisando cu
e persona of personas no tm objec-
cion pa usa nan portret den e calen-
dar.
6. Empleadonan di Public Rela-
tions Department no ta eligible pa
drenta e competition. E departa-
mento, sinembargo, ta reserve e de-
recho pa usa retratonan saca door
di su personal den e calendar si no
tin 12 entrada di caliber bastante
halto cu a word manda aden.
Nomber Y Adres
Transparencianan mandA aden lo
haya e mehor trato mientras nan ta
word examine. Promer cu manda
of entrega portretnan na Public Re-
lations Department, fotografonan
mester ta segur cu nan number y
adres ta claramente indicA.
No tin limited na e cantidad cu un
empleado individual por manda a-
den, of, na e cantidad cu un hende
sol por bende. Y mientras no tin
restriccion tampoco ariba tamanjo,
master worde record cu mas gran-
di e transparencia ta, mehor e re-
trato cu ta worde traha for di dje.
Cualkier cos entire 35 mm te 8x10
inch ta acceptable. Retratonan lo
word huzga ariba base di focus,
color, composicion y obheto.
E calendarnan di 1960 y 1959 di


Lago tabata consisti di retratonan
di empleadonan di Lago select den
un concurso similar. Den otro anja-
nan, retratonan saca door di peiso-
nal mesa result den calendarnan
di caranan Arubano, bestia, vista-
nan y vistanan di iefineria.Tur e
topic aki, plus retratonan di beach,
deported, festival, piscamento, made-
ra cu ta spula canto di lamar, san-
to, pledra, ciudad, caya, mata, floor
y cualkier otro cos ta acceptable.


REPRESENTATION
(Continua di pagina 1)
gun organzacion lo worde reconoci
door di compania como represen-
tante di su empleadonan pa obheto-
nan di tratamento colectivo. Den
caso cu ningun opci6n apareciendo
ariba carchi di votacion recibi un
mayoria di votonan vllido tirA den
un election valido, un election de-
cisivo lo worde teni dentro di un
siman entire e dos opcionnan cu a
sali mas halto den e proper elec-
cion. E opcion cu recibi mayoria di
votonan vAlido den e election decisi-
vo lo word reconoci como e selec-
cion representative di empleadonan.
Lo no ta permit pa scirbi nom-
ber ariba carchi di votacion. Tur
orgamzacionnan lo haya amplio
oportunldad pa cumpli cu e requeri-
mentonan di election y pa laga n-
clui nan number oficialmente ariba
e carchinan di votacion. Empleado-
nan cu no ta desea di word repre-
senta door di ningun representa-
cion ariba e carchi di votacion lo
por indica "Ningun Representacion."
Si mayoria empleadonan select
"Nmgun Representacion," anto a lo
menos pa e anja cu ta bini lo no tin
mas election pa representation.
E election lo worde conduct door
di un oficina certific di contabill-
dad public y e resultadonan con-
firma door di un notario. Emplea-
donan di Lago lo no actua como
tellers of otro oficialnan den e elec-
cion. Organizacionnan lo tin e de-
recho, sinembargo, pa design ob-
servadornan na e lugarnan di vota
y na cuartel general di votacion. Tal
observadornan lo worde escogi for
di entire empeadonan eligible pa
vota den e election. Personnel Re-
lations Division di Industrial Rela-
tions Department lo asisti organi-
zacionnan cu ta interest. E division
aki, telefoon 2531, lo duna guia to-
cante tal asuntonan manera proce-
dimento pa obtene firmanan ariba
peticion: e lo prepare listanan elec-
toral di empleadonan eligible; y lo
haci areglonan pa election segun ta
requiri door di oficialnan di election.


THIS CONGENIAL group feted John E. Keller, shift foreman in Process-
Light Oils Finishing, with a luncheon shortly before he retired in early
January. Left to right are M. E. Fisk, H. V. Massey, L. F. Ballard, Mr.
Keller, President O. Mingus, K. E. Springer, Mrs. N. A. de Frees and
N. A. de Frees.
E GRUPO alegre aki a festeja John E. Keller, shift foreman den Process-
Light Oils Finishing, cu un comida poco promer cu el a retire na prin-
cipio di Januari. Di robez pa drechi ta M. E. Fisk, H. V. Massey, L. F.
Ballard, Sr. Keller, Presidente O. Mingus, K. E. Springer, Sra. N. A. de
Frees y N. A. de Frees.


Aplieacionnan
Pa Beca di Lago

Mei 15 Juni 15
E fecha final pa aplicacion pa
zenoba e asistencia di beca di estu-
dio pa anja escolar 1961-1962 ta
Mei 15. E fecha final pa aplicacion
pa beca nobo ta Juni 15. Promer
cu cualkier subsidio di Lago scholar-
ship Foundation por worde haci, c
aplicante mester worde acepta door
di un school acredita y master man-
da aden na e fondo copianan di su
cifranan durante su ultimo anja
escolar plus un formulario di apli-
cacion yenA.
Lago Scholarship Foundation pa
di promer vez a duna subsidio na
Augustus 1957 pa e anja escolar
1957-1958. Desde e tempo e orgam-
zacion a duna asistencia na 132 ie-
cipiente. Ochenta y nuebe recipient
a bai studio na Holanda y e otro
cuarenta y tres a sigui studio na
Estados Unidos.
Tur corespondencia relaciond na
e program di beca master word
dirgi na L. D. Little, secretary di
e Junta di Admmistracion, Lago
Scholarship Foundation, Industrial
Relations Department. Formulario-
nan pa aplicacion ta obtenible pa
medio di oficma di Sr. Dittle.


PRE-STRESSED
(Continued from page 3)
On the new finger pier the four-
foot wide slabs must support their
own seven-ton weight, the weight of
the concrete topping and forces up to
150 pounds a square foot which is
the load of a five-ton truck. Wind
forces must also be considered by
the design engineer.
By incorporating prestressed con-
crete slabs in the pier project, Ray-
mond realizes a three-way savings.
One, and most important, is the sav-
ings of deadweight on pilings and
concrete caps. Prestressed slabs ten
inches in thickness, the dimension
being used, have the same strength
as normal steel re-mforced slabs of
fifteen inch thickness yet weigh
much less. The second savings is the
elimination of carpenter form work
over the water, a necessary method
when slabs are cast on a construc-
tion site. There is a third savings in
concrete although the cost of steel
tendons and prestressing tends to
offset this.
No. 3 Finger Pier's prestressed
slabs were fabricated m the lower
yard storage area. The last slab was
made March 30.
Although the technique is not
complicated, much care must be
taken in the operation. Slabs that
fail to prestress to a given strength
must be scrapped. There is little
margin for error.
Stress Beds
Prestressing is done in three stress
beds, each about 300 feet long, with
inner dimensions the width of a slab.
Because of the tremendous stress
forces involved, these beds consist of
strong H-piles and steel cross beams
affixed to a concrete pad. H-piles
are the same fourteen-inch-thick
members used as pier pilings and
run the length of the bed. When all
tendons are under the 18,600 pounds
stress each, the 300-foot-long H-piles
are actually compressed one inch.
Each stress bed holds eight ply-
wood forms. Through holes in the
cross members on the bed's end are
strung the tendons, seven-stranded
cables of cold drawn steel wire seven-
eights of an inch in diameter. Twen-
ty-six tendons m all are passed
through the ends of each of the eight
forms in continuous lengths of 300
feet. A patented locking cone is at-
tached to one end of the tendon, and
a hydraulic jack draws the tendon
until nearly 19,000 pounds of stress
are registered. Each tendon is stress-
ed one at a time and locking cones
fixed to hold the stress.
Three checks are used to guarantee
the proper stress. A gauge on the
single hydraulic pump must register
3500 pounds a square inch of hydrau-
lic pressure. A dynamometer taking
the tension before the tendon goes
into the jack must read 18,600
pounds. Lastly, a workman physically


Seven Will Start

Lago Nurses Aid

Program April 17
A six-month course in nurses aid
training will commence April 17 at
Lago Hospital for seven young
ladies. Enrolled in the program are
Misses Eudora Gibbs, Emily C.
Proctor, Myrna Violenus, Alice L
Ollivierre, Maria Andrea Paula, Do-
rothy E. Priest and Margaret Al-
leyne. All but Miss Alleyne, a hospi-
tal maid, are new employees.
Their training will consist of
lectures given by members of the
nursing staff plus practical on-the-
job training in nurses aid proce-
dures. Lectures and classroom in-
struction will prepare the girls for
further training on medical, surgical
and obstetrics floors and in pedia-
trics and in the clinic. They will al-
so receive training in special areas
such as the delivery room and
nursery. Before being allowed to
perform nurses aid procedures, the
trainees must demonstrate their
ability to perform these duties.
As full-fledged nurses aids they
will bathe and feed patients and
take their temperature, pulse and
respiration. They will make up
dressings and packs, make beds and
help nurses prepare patients for
surgery. As a nurses aid, each will
assist professional nurses by per-
forming minor procedures, thus
freeing the nurse for more technical
work.
Lago's nurses aid program serves
a two-fold purpose. It offers suc-
cessful trainees employment in the
hospital and can be an inspiration
to trainees to further their educa-
tions in nursing.
Certificates will be presented to
trainees who successfully complete
Lago's nurses aid training program

Roberts"Nombra

Senior Engineer
Kenneth J. Roberts a worde nom-
bra senior engineer den TSD-Equip-
ment Inspection Group E promo-
cion a drenta na vigor April 1. Sr.
Roberts a bni Lago Mei 18, 1956,
for di Trinidad Leaseholds y a cu-
minza traha cu TSD como engineer.
El ta un mechanical y production
engineer y a traha na Inglaterra
promer cu e la tuma empleo na
Trinidad.


gauges the drawn tendon. If the
stress is correct, the 300-foot tendon
will be actually 18.7 inches longer,
which is quite a stretch.
Once all the tendons have been
stressed, concrete is poured. Lago's
C-9 cement, which normally takes
twenty-eight days to cure, gets a
plastiment additive which allows less
water to be used. This accelerates
the curing process so that the slabs
can be lifted from the beds after
three days cure. With the three-day
cure process, the contractor can turn
over the three stress beds once a
week and produce twenty-eight slabs
Before the tendons can be burned
through to release each individual
slab, the tension must be gradually
eased by hydraulic jacks. This is a
critical part of the operation as the
cross beams must move in with an
even movement or the stress may be
unequally relieved.
Prestressing was introduced in the
United States during World War II.
Its use can mainly be found in the
construction of parking garages, air-
craft hangars, warehouses and high-
way bridge beams. Raymond used
prestressing in the construction of
the twenty-six-mile long Lake Pont-
chartrai bridge in Louisiana and is
currently using post-tension cylinder
piles on the Cape Charles Causeway
at Norfolk, Virgima. The company
has a patent on this process which
also was used to fabricate drilling
platform pilings at Lake Maracaibo.
Incidentally, the designer respon-
sible for No. 3 Finger Pier also de-
signed the much-touted East River
pier Raymond is constructing at 23rd
Street in New York City. Prestress-
ed slabs also figure in this construc-
tion project which even includes a
landing port for helicopters.


Muscle Men Meet Tonight
In Duel LSP Contests
Seven divisions of weightlift-
ing and a body-beautiful contest
will greet fans of these huff-
and-puff and muscle-flexing ex-
hibitions at the Lago Sport Park
tonight, April 8, at 6 p.m. Both
lifting form and hefting ability
will determine winners in the
military press and two-hand
snatch contests. There will be
two champions in the body-beau-
tiful contest, a junior and senior
"Mr. Aruba." Weighing-in time
for weight lifters is 5 p.m to-
day.



SERVICE AWARDS

20-Year Buttons
John A. Selix Oper. Div-Crafts
Adrea A. Hazel Yard
Vicente Lade Pipe
Johan Krozendijk Storehouse
lose B. Kock Electrical
Leo V. Geerman Electrical
Felix S. Hoek LOF
Eduardo Erasmus C&LE
1'. B. A. Sloterdijk Accounting Dept.
10-Year Buttons
irs. Emmeline E. Labega Medical Dept.
James W. Johnston Engineering Division
Aendrik van Keeken Lago Police
Govert 0. Egas Lago Police
Nillem Brinkman Lago Police
Jirk de Boer Lago Police
Zmiiio F. de Cuba Stewards
Edwin G. Lennep, Jr. lMeh.-Admrn.
Hildo Limonler Paint
Julio N. Angela Paint
Benito Tromp Insulators
Raymundo E. Tromp Storehouse
Luis Kock Rec. & Ship.-Wharves


1962 CALENDAR


(Continued from page 1)
life, senery and refinery scenes. All
of these, plus beach shots, festivals,
tishng, dtiftwood, sand, rocks,
towns, streets, trees, flowers, and
very nearly everthmg else, are tail
game. The only stipulation is that
the subject must be Aruba-connect-
ed in some way.


NEW ARRIVALS


March 12
.'AL .Cl. ilaio 1. jletal iradea. A
son, Ibs iu lSigobelru
.Lih/.i...iC 1i, Curil i.A AccuIIIItI.g,
i aul, I'aiufin Gregui'l
March 14
,iUULLEY. RoKunald r 1SD, A s,
ines in Ldward
.I.i t., natduomi.it Gu age, A iauigh-
L-., Cilendt Uomlaii
March S1
.'iUIMP'. Egldio Lago i'ulce. A su
Ai riiUu, iats C Ll, A oaugiitei,
iuoiuon alrcedes
March 17
A.CLE, Roiue \. Utilinies,. A sun.
Leo.nad Dexter
.ASMAIJN, Jose C. L0Ii. A on. Juoeph
-ucvien
UVEBi, Simon B MeLh. Pipe, A daugh-
,er, Janet Jeanine
March 18
,IODGE, Hlenl Lago Police, A daugh-
teL, Uelnice Veionica
\i I iEKL AAL. Luis -E LO., A daugh-
ier, hileen Margriet
ilI)UDIStI'SAA'I. ntoilnu Stoichouse, A
son, Edwin Raymond
iMARTILIA, Nazlno 1. Esso Diing
Hall. A daughter
March 19
MAILILIA. Julio 1. Lago Pillce. A son,
Adianu. Jose
.,EMELEtit, l;iuardo C Rec. & Ship,
A son, Vivian Jose
,DUBEKR, Jose MlNchniti, A son. Tr.-
nmlente Ro
March 20
PEDRA, Jose 1 eriiandes Meen, Boiler,
March 21
A son, MirLo 'Franklin
DEYDE Ariiold W. Elctuical, A daugh-
Ier. Carieln Irene
D.MIAN, Felilcanu T. Builer; A daugh-
te,. Jealda i ilomena
March 22
\NGELA. Virgilto TSD Lab., A daugh-
ter. Greta Anita
NIEKIOP. Edwin C&LE. A daughter,
ltainne Monique
March 23
WATHEY, John W. Gen. Ser., A son.
John Franklin
March 24
YARZAGARAY, Manuel Gen Serv.. A
son, Ludwig Maurits
March 25
MILINERS. Dr Arthur Medical. A
daughter, Linda Corine
March 26
MATHILDA. Gregorno Medical; A son,
Teodoro Emanuel
.\LBERTSZ, lercelino Mech. Carpenter.
A son. Ludgerio Emanuel
March 27
ZIEVINGER. Clemente Lab. No. 2; A
son. Pedro Rudolf
HASSELL, Wentworth Accounting. A
son
MADURO, Edgard TSD Eng.: A daugh-
ter, Shareen Luzmar Marguerite
CHELTON. Harry F.. Jr. Mechanical.
A son. Patrick Martin
March 2a
CHIRINO. Mathias M TSD Lab No. 2:
A daughter, Iris Soraya
MARVAL, Luis F. Electrical; A son,
Felipe Jesus
CROES. Carlos F. Accounting A son


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