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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: January 27, 1962
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Language: Text in English and papiamento.
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- 1940-
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VOL. 23, No. 2 PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD. January 27, 1962


AT SPECIAL ceremonies Jan. 3, President W. A. Mur- DURANTE CEREMONIANAN special Jan. 3, Presi-
ra), center, was called on to present the 999th twenty- dente W. A. Murray, centro, a worde yama pa present
Iive-year service watch to B. Ras of Process-LOF, left, di 999 oloshi pa binti-cinco anja di servicio na B. Ras
and the 1000th watch to L. Werleman of Mechanical- di Process-LOF, robez, y di 1000 na L. Werleman di
Transportation. right. For more pictures of the watch Mechanical-Transportation. Pa mas portretnan di e
ceremonies, see page 5. presentation di oloshi, mira pagina 5.

1961 E Mehor Anja di Seguridad Ora Lago Exported Slightly
Over 174 Million Barrels
Empleadonan A Pone Frequencia 0.34 Of i Products in Ba1961
Lago ta e refineria grand mas seguro den hemisferio occidental.
Haciendo 1961 e anja mas seguro den historic di refineria, emplea- Last year, Lago exported a total of
donan a pone e refineria na di promer lugar den e concurso di National 174,387,673 barrels of petroleum pro-
Safety Council. Ties record significant a worde estableci den e anja ducts to more than seventy countries
mas seguro na Lago. E refineria tabatin su frecuencia mas abao den and special customers. Using the
historic di compania, e frecuencia di measure of forty-two U. S. gallons to
severidad mas abao y e menor canti- E segunda record di seguridad pa a barrel, the astronomical total is
dad di accident di tur sorto. 1961 poni door di empleadonan di nearly seven and one-half billion gal-
C f t La tab t frl i d id d m lons


it tin iecuencia an a ao conmoc
031 pa center anja, durante cual
tabatin solamente tires accident in-
capacitante, Lago tin in margen c6-
modo over di Sinclair Refining New
York, NY, cual tabatin un frecuen-
cia di 0.85 te cu October ultimo.
E frecuencia nobo tan abao ta haci
1957 e segundo mehor anja di se-
guindad na Lago Un frecuencia di
0.61 a woide estableci pa e anja di
tecoid aki den cual a secede ocho
accident incapacitante. Anja 1957
tabata di cuatio vez cu Lago a salt
number uno den concurso di National
Safety Council. E siguiente anja el
a bolbe salt number uno cu frecuen-
cia di 0.90.


di 34. E ultimo frecuencia mas abao Since the invention of movable
tabata na 1957 tempo cu 36 a word type, editors the world over have
estableci E frecuencia di severdad appeared to be at their imaginative
ta worde calcula for di un formula best when confronted with statistics
basa ariba dianan perdi en actuall- of all kinds. Take, for example,
dad a consecuencia di desgracia in- Lago's 1961 export figures. The
capacitante plus puntonan di straf "numbers are simply too great for the
pa disabilidad permanent average reader to grasp. Hundreds
Empleadonan di Lago a establece of millions or several billions, in
un otro record di seguridad na 1961 themselves, do not give the reader
cu solamente 384 accident di tur concrete impressions.
sorto, 381 menor y tires incapaci- Taking a little literary license,
tante. Di e total, 151 tabata casonan let's say that we have an imaginary
di stof den wowo y setenta y cmco car that will travel twenty miles to
tabata casonan cu a word poni ariba each gallon of Lago's total imports.
trabao liher. E mehor anja anterior (It burns everything from fuel oil to
(Continua na pagina 8) (Continued on page 2)


1961


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Is Best Safety Year;


Lago Employees Set Record


Low 0.34 Frequency Rate
Lago is the safest major refinery in the western hemisphere. Ey
making 1961 the safest year in the history of the refinery, Lago em-
ployees have put the refinery in the No. 1 spot in the National Safety
Council Contest. Three major records were established in Lago's
record safety year. Tne refinery had its lowest frequency rate in the
history of the company, the lowest
severity rate and the least number J.M. Ballenger, jersey
of injuries of all kinds. J M d l
With a record frequency rate of COOrdination Engineer,
0.34 for the year, during which there Appo d Head
were only three disabling injuries, S Appointed TSD He
Lago has a comfortable margin over James M. Ballenger of the Stand-
Sinclair Refining New York, N. Y., ard Oil Company (New Jersey) has
which had a 0.85 frequency rate as been named superintendent of Lago's
of last October. Technical Service Department. Mr.
The new low frequency rate makes Ballenger's two-year management
1957 the second best safety year at development assignment, which be-
Lago. A 0.61 frequency rate was
posted for that record year when
eight disabling injuries occurred. 1957
was the fourth year in which Lago
placed first in the National Safety
Council Contest. It repeated its saf-
ety honors the following year for
another first place with a 0.90 fre-
quency rate.
The second 1961 safety record set
by Lago employees was the new low
severity rate of 34. Previous low was
set m 1957 when a severity rate of
36 was established. The severity rate
is calculated from a formula based
on actual days lost from disabling
injuries plus penalties charged for
permanent disabilities.
Lago employees established still
another 1961 safety record when only
384 accidents of all kinds, 381 minor
accidents and the three disabling in-
juries, occurred. Of this total, 151
accidents were foreign-body-in-eye
cases and seventy-five were restrict-! J. M. Ballenger
ed duty cases. Best previous year comes effective Feb. 1, fills the vac-
was 1960 when there were 506 minor ancy created by Charles R. Greene,
injuries. who left last month on furlough
Although the longest number of preceding retirement.
manhours worked during which no Mr. Ballenger comes to Aruba
disabling injuries occurred is still on from New York where he has been
the books as a 1957 record, Lago head of Cost and Profit and Loss
employees established the longest Analysis Division of Refining Coord-
period last year without a disabling nation. His over twenty-three years
(Continued on page 7) (Continued on page 2)


Nurse L. De Freitas's Entire 30-Year


Career Completed


In Aruba


In April, 1929, a shy but deter- De Freitas's impressive Lago career just a few days off. She had to ad- was enrolled in the hospital's first the nursery, pediatric section, ob-
mined young lady applied for a was brought out by Dr. G. G. Hen- mit to Nurse Reeve that she had nursing course. She started this stetrics and clinics, she has seen
job at Lago Hospital. Eager to drickson, director and chief surgeon never worked before. She was told training in 1938. Classes were held thousands of patients come and go.
make her own way in the world, of the Medical Department. Other she would have to wait until Dr. three times weekly and continued She has nursed little girls back to
the youngster not yet sixteen highlights of both her nursing car- Andrew Miller arrived, for three years. After completing health and seen them grow to woman-
was willing to try any job offered eer and personal life were revealed She waited. The man coming this training she took on more and hood and return to have children of
her. Not only did she succeed in her in a Lago Hour interview, through the door could only be the more nursing responsibilities which their own. She remembers the young
bid for Lago employ, but just a few Had Mrs. De Freitas not been en- doctor so she rose and politely said, led to her promotion to senior nurse. refinery employee who was badly
weeks ago Mrs. Lona De Freitas be- dowed with that spark of dogged "Good morning, doctor." She was in 1948 and staff nurse in 1958. burned in an explosion. Daily she
came one of five employees honored determination that fires the mold right. She got the job. First, she had Nurse De Freitas has vivid mem- administered his needs. Eight months
for having attained thirty years of that shapes events, she, in all prob- to be interviewed. Before she knew ones of her early years at Lago later he was up and walking. She
service with the company, ability, would be living an entirely it she was helping the nurses, six in Hospital. She well remembers the remembers the sickly, anemic little
When Mrs. De Freitas accepted her different life in her native Grenada. all, who lived at the hospital. Seven long hours the staff put in daily. She three-month-old girl that had to be
service certificate and emblem from When she first came to Aruba in months later, her brief hospital car- worked from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. In fed many times before even a little
Vice President F. C. Donovan at the mid-April, 1929, it was to live with eer was apparently ended, later years this was changed to 7 of the food could be retained. Three
Jan. 10 ceremonies, she also became her aunt. After a week at home she a.m. until 5 p.m. when the staff was months later the baby was able to
the first female Lago employee to decided she would like to work. "My Back to Grenada enlarged. She remembers the big be cared for by her parents. "Now
complete thirty years of Lago serv- aunt thought I was too young to Her aunt and uncle decided to move when the hospital was moved she's a nurse at Lago," Mrs. De
ice entirely in Aruba. She also was work," she recalls, "but I went to take a vacation to Grenada. She from the refinery to its present site. Freitas said proudly. The once ane-
cited as having the longest service the hospital and found myself a was, they said, too young to remain "It was very hard. We moved by mic little girl regained her health
of any Medical Department em- good job." alone m Aruba. A year passed and the hospital truck... and that was all and in later years went to Holland
ployee. She remembers, though, that it again the youth applied more of her we had to transport our patients," to study nursing.
At the ceremonies, thirty-year wasn't quite that easy. The head dogged determination. She wrote Dr. she recalls. Nurse De Freitas also has warm
service awards were also presented nurse at the hospital a small two- Miller and told him that she wanted She has seen the hospital grow memories of the many friends she
to Pedro A. Weller, pipefitter A in ward affair that sat on the very to return to her hospital job. His let- from humble beginnings, when about has made over the years in her
Mechanical-Pipe; Victoriano R. Brie- spot on which the Cat Cracker sits ter to her enabled her to immigrate two dozen patients could be treated, hospital association. One she espe-
sen, dockman in Process-Receiving today repeated the aunt's thoughts, to Aruba. to the grand scale on which it is cially cites is Miss Florence Bon-
and Shipping-Wharves; Roberto An- "You're too young to work," Nurse For the next several years she operated today. As the refinery grew heim. "Oh, she thought so much of
thony, assistant operator in Process- Margaret Reeve said. "I think you're took assignments throughout the so did the hospital's responsibilities. me; she always used to baby me,"
Light Oils Finishing, and John W. I. inexperienced, too." hospital as a nurses helper. Her ap- Nurse De Freitas also has many she reminisced.
Wathey, operator in Process-Light "Well, you may try me and see titude and abilities were recognized warm memories of the personal si- There were many others, of course,
Oils Finishing. what I can do," replied the determin- by Dr. Miller's successor, Dr. H. tuations that occurred. Because she she fondly remembers staff nur-
Significant information about Mrs. ed girl whose sixteenth birthday was Sandvoss, and he saw to it that she had assignments over the years in (Continued on page 4)


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2 ARUBA ESSO NEWS January 27, 1962


A RIJBA ^NE 1W S
Printed by the Aruba Drukkerli N.V., Neth. Ant.
PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER SATURDAY, AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS
ANTILLES. BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.


Priceless Tools
Every day, Lago employees take with them to job sites ten valuable
tools attached to two holders of extraordinary design. These tools -
strong, flexible, durable are fingers and hands.
Few workers ever think of their hands and fingers as tools but
they should.
A mechanic who attains skill is generally pretty fussy about his
tools. He keeps them in tip-top shape by taking good care of them. He
knows that a tool that isn't right for the job, or in poor condition,
wastes skills he has taken many years to develop. He knows, too, that
a tool in good condition plus skill equals better work. He is aware that
this combination is strongly on the side of safety.
What if our highly skilled mechanic had just one set of tools and
could never replace them? How would he act if he knew they'd last a
lifetime if kept in good condition? The answers are obvious. He'd
watch out for them every minute yes, every second.
How much difference would it make if everybody treated his hands
and fingers like that as though they were precious, irreplaceable
tools? Plenty. There wouldn't be anywhere near as many hand and
finger injuries as there are.
Let's look at the safety record in the United States. Last year 25
per cent of 1,900,000 disabling injuries were to fingers and hands. That
adds up to 470,000.
The record doesn't show how many fingers and hands were lost.
Unlike tools, lost fingers and hands are irreplaceable. Once gone, they
are gone for good.
Nearly all injuries to fingers and hands could have been prevented if
victims had just treated them as though they were precious, irreplace-
able tools. They just didn't keep their safety sense active. Keeping one's
hands and fingers out of trouble is easy enough. It doesn't take high-


Lago Hour Adds
Radio Antilliana;
First Show Jan. 28
Beginning Sunday, Jan. 28, the
Lago Hour will be broadcast over
a third Aruba radio station. Radio
Antilliana, the newest of the is-
land's radio stations, will air the
Lago Hour every Sunday evening
at 6 o'clock. The program will be
in English. Radio Antilliana,
which went on the air Sept. 2,
1961, is positioned on the radio
dial at 776 kilocycles and 388
meters.
The Lago Hour now will have
two English programs, both on
Sunday evenings at the same 6
p.m. hour It is hoped that with
both Radio Kelkboom and Radio
Antilliana broadcasting the Lago
Hour, reception will be improved
for listeners throughout the is-
land. Voz di Aruba will continue
to broadcast the Papiamento
Lago Hour Wednesday at 6:30
p.m.
The Lago Hour next week will
feature Lago Hospital Nurse Lona
A. K. De Freitas, who recounts
her thirty years in Lago's Medical
Department.


Coordination Engineer di

New York Nombra Hefe
a I. I *__ _ I .....


powered thinking nor uoes it ne, u Lo slow up e job. IL taes com- I ecnn a uepar en
mon sense, forethought and care.
Always take care for the safety of those precious tools you were James M. Ballenger di Standard
born with. Your hands, fingers, eyes, legs, feet and toes are such tools. Oil Company (New Jersey) a word
You will want all of them in good working order as long as you live. nombra superintendent di Technical
Service Department di Lago. E nom-
Sbramento di Sr. Ballenger, pa dos
terment di Masha Balr anja di entrenemento arba nivel di
directive, cual ta tuma vigor Feb. 1,
Tur dia, ora empleadonan di Lago ta bai nan lugar di trabao, nan ta ta yena e vacatura ocasiona pa
hiba cu nan diez pida herment di masha balor. E dies herment aki ta Charles R. Greene, kende a laga com-
pegi na dos cos pa tene nan, cu tin forma masha straflo. E hermentnan pania luna pasa cu vacacion prece-
aki duro, facil pa maneha y durable ta nan dedenan y nan diendo pension.
mannan. Sr. Ballenger ta bin Aruba for di
Poco trahador ta consider nan man y dede como herment, pero New York unda el tabata hefe di
t'asina ta. Cost and Profit and Loss Analysis
Un hende di ofishi cu sabi su trabao bon ta cuida su hermentnan Division di Refining Coordination.
masha hopi. E ta tene nan den perfect condition door di percura bon Su mas di binti-tres anja di servicio
pa nan. E sabi cu un herment cu no ta adecuado pa e trabao, of ta den cu Jersey a cuminza Juli 1, 1938,
mal condition, ta nifica cu e abilidad, cu el a tuma hopi anja pa desar- como student engineer cu Carter Oil
oya, ta bai perdi. E sabi tambe cu un herment den bon condition, huntu Company na Dix, Illinois. Segun el
cu su abilidad, ta duna mih6 trabao. E sabi cu e combination aki ta tabata progress el a traha tambe na
prevent accident. refinerianan na Oklahoma y Kansas.
Kiko ta pasa si un homber cu tin un ofishi cu ta exigi hopi experien- Servicio Militar
cia tin solamente un set di herment y nunca e por cambia nan Kiko el Guerra Mundial II a interumpi su
lo haci si e sabi cu nan por dur6 center su bida si nan word teni den carera den petroleo y despues di tres
bon condition? Ta un contest so tin. E lo cuida nan cada minuut, anja y mel den servicio military el a
cada second. sali for di United States Navy cu
Ki diferencia lo tin si tur hende trata nan man y nan dedenan asina rango di luitenant commandant. El a
- como si fuera nan ta herment precioso, cu no por worde reemplazi? bolbe Jersey como engineer cerca
Hopi. Anto lo no tin cantidad di accident na man y dede manera tin Esso Research. Despues el a bira as-
awor. sistant supervising engineer y super-
Laga nos mira e record di seguridad di Merca. Anja past, di 1,900,000 vising engineer. Na Maart 1957 el a
desgracia, 25%, of 470,000, tabat ana dede y man. transferI pa Refining Coordination'
E cifranan no ta munstra cuanto dede y man a word perdi. Dife- di Jersey Company como hefe di cost
rente for di herment, dede y man perdi no por worde reemplazi. Un analysis.
vez ta perdi, nan ta perdi pa semper. Sr. Ballenger a nace na Grand
Casi tur accident na dede y man por a word prevent si e victima- Rapids, Michigan, a pasa su anjanan
nan a trata nan como si fuera nan ta herment precioso, cu no por formative na Flint, Michigan, y a
word reemplazA. Nan a faya pa mantene nan sentido di seguridad gana su grado como bachelor of
active. Ta masha facil pa tene bo man y dedenan liber di dificultad. science den mechanical engineering
Bo no tin mester di pensa hopi, y tampoco esaki mester retraza trabao. na Michigan State University na 1938.
Solamente e ta exigi sentido comun, pensamento adelanta y percuracion.
Semper percura pa e precioso hermentnan cu be a nace cu n6. Bo + Pg.
mannan, dede, wowo, pia, y dedenan di pia ta tal hermentnan. Lo bo '
kier tin nan den bon condition tan tempo cu bo ta na bida.


U.S. Mail Order Company Adds Tour

Business; Journey to Aruba Featured
The ubiquitous Model-T Ford no longer can be found in the volumin-
ous Sears, Roebuck catalog, but easy-credit tours to Aruba and any
other spot on the globe can be ordered from the pages of the 1962
spring-through-summer issue.
The tours, operated by American Express Company for Sears, feature
a side-trip from Puerto Rico to
Aruba. The three-night, four-day N A De Frees Process
stay includes round-trip air trans-, c ss
portation from San Juan and is list- Supervisor Will Leave
ed as low as $94 a person off season, r
The sales pitch states that guests Feb. 4 for Retirement
will be put up at the Aruba Carib-I N. De ees, supervise yl
bean Hotel and adds: "You'll find Nble A De Fees, supervsaor-Ethyl
Aruba an enchanting excursion into Process-Light ilscraft fing in
a world that blends the intriguing Process-Light Oils Fnishg, will
flavor of tropic islands with a dash leave Lago Feb for subsequent
of real Holland hospitality" retirement
The catalog also features exciting Mr De Frees wo as ove
tours to Seattle, Washington, and its e ty-fo l Aryeats of Lago service.
World's Fai'; major U. S. cities and came to Arlba Aug 31. 1937, as an
a tour of the West; Hawaii and apprentce operator His entire car-
Mexico; Europe; the Caribbean: eel has been in
South American cruises; a tour of Process-LOF He
the Orient, and a trip around the was promoted to
world. assistant operator
The catalog is quick to note that in 1937 and oper-
any of these tours can be purchased ator in 1941 His


on special easy terms -no money,
down, up to twenty-four months tu
pay.


N Lago service was
S interrupted in 1942
L \when Mr. De Frees,
a c t i


Record di Produccion, U.' S. Army res-
Refinacion Vntas erves, went toward
Refiacion y A. De Frees Mr. De Frees, who
was in action at
Poni pa Jersey na 1961 the Anzio beachhead, rose to major
Volumen di ventas di product den in the service.
henter mundo, production di crudo He returned to Lago March 4,
y refinacion di crudo durante 1961 1946, and was promoted to assistant
tabata di mas halto den historic di shift foreman in January. 1952. His
Jersey Standard, y ganashi a mehora final promotion came in 1954,
pa di tercer anja consecutive, M. J.
Rathbone, president di Standard Oil TSD HEAD


cowan, es. re-
clentemente den on revasta y pro-


(Colltind,, from p.yrc 1)


nosticacion pa fin di anja. of Jersey sel vice began July 1, 1938,
Sr. Rathbone tambe a express as a student engineer with the Carter
confianza y optimism en respect O11 Company in Dix, Illinois As he
prospectonan di Jersey pa ganashi, progressed, he was also transferred
munstrando cu e compania ta pla- to refining locations i Oklahoma
nea inversionnan di cast $1,200 million and Kansas
na 1962. El a nota cu e program World War II interrupted his pet-
aki probablemente lo establece un roleum career and aftei three and
record nobo pa e compania, exce- one-half years in the military he
diendo e $1,131 million gasta door di was separated from the United
Jersey na 1957. States Navy with the rank of lieut-
"Tin master di nivelnan substan- enant commander He returned to
cial di inverticion di capital constan- Jersey as an engineer with Esso
temente pa mantene eficiencia di Research He later became assistant
operacionnan y pa facilidadnan mo- supervising engineer and supervismg
derno pa apoya mercadonan cu ta engineer In March, 1957, he trans-
expande pa productonan," Sr. Rath-1 feared to Refining Coordination of


bone a bisa.
"Ademas, door di gastonan aki nos
lo mehora e calidad y prestacion di
nos productonan existente, haci po-
sible entrada di Jersey den mercado-
nan nobo, y expand e cantidad y
variedad di productonan," el a bisa.
Ademas di e inverticionnan aki,
Sr Rathbone a nota cu un $200 mi-
lion mas lo worde gastA y cargA na
entrada na 1962 en busca di reserve
di azeta y gas, mas of menos mitar
na Estados Unidos y mitar den ex-
tranheria Plannan pa 1962 tambe ta
contempla gastonan pa experimenta-
cion alrededor di $80 million.


the Jersey Company as head of cost
analysis
Mr. Ballenger was born in Grand
Rapids. Michigan, spent his form-
ative years in Flint, Michigan, and
earned his bachelor of science degree
in mechanical engineering from
Michigan State Univeisity in 1938

E animento di ganashi di Jersey na
1961, Sr. Rathbone a bisa, pot word
atribui na mehoracionan den efi-
ciencia di operation y na e anmento
den volume di ventas di producto-
nan, specialmente den estranheria.
y di gas natiual den Estados Unidos


I Lago's 1961 Exports
(Continued from page 1) 1961 exports.
special naphtha.) If the reader owned No matter how the reader visualiz-
such a car and had all 1961 exports es Lago's 1961 exports, the total is
at his command, he could drive a still astronomical. Seven customers,
total of 146,485,645,320 miles before for example, purchased over five mil-
he ran out of gas. lion barrels each of Lago products
It's still not a concrete illustration last year. Nearly forty-two million
so let's go a little further. Our rea- barrels were exported to the Esso
der, in his imaginary car, decides Standard Oil Company and nearly
he'd like to make a few trips to the twenty-nine million barrels were
moon which is a mean distance of shipped to United States customers.
238,857 miles from Wilmington, Ohio. Of the grand total, nearly eight
How many round trips can he make? million barrels were exported for in-
Actually, none. By no stretch of the ternational bunkers; Canada got over
imagination can we build a highway seven million barrels, and slightly
to the moon. But if we could, the over six million barrels were ex-
reader could motor back and forth ported to Brazil. Exported to Great
307,743 tunes using Lago's total 1961' Britain and Germany were slightly I
exports. Better, though, make even over five million barrels each. The!
this illustration more concrete, list of customers ranges from A for
Another way of putting it is that Algeria to W for whaling grounds,
307,743 motorists could each make Nearly a million barrels, incidentally,
one round trip to the moon using the were exported to the latter.


THIS IS the site where the chemical complex at ESAKI TA e sitio unda fabricanan quimica na Barca-
Barcadera will be constructed. At right is the bus- dera lo worde construi. Banda drechi ta e boor di e
iness end of the cutter-suction dredge "Barlow." draga "Barlow" cu ta spera di terminal dragamento
which is expected to finish the industrial harbor pa e haaf industrial den mas of menos trees luna.
dredging operation in about three months. E draga ta coba santo den lagoen.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS 3


January 27, 1962


TSD Employee's

Esso and Aruba Tourism

Are Enhanced When Lago

SEmployee Helps Visitor
S A good deed perfoinmed in Aruba
has made a lasting impression on an
e Ohio far-mc who, by the tone of a
iceent letter to Piesident W. A
SMu ay, is by now probably the,
biggest Esso booster in the Pleasant
Plain area. The letter, fiom Walter'
C Krause. RFD Butlerville. Pleas-
,nt Plain, Ohio, speaks for itself
I Addiessed to Lago's president, it
Said On November 22, while driving
I ,l ented cai on Almba, a flat tire
t developed a mile or two past your
tclineiy While I was taking in the
r sad sight, L J A Halley, of you i
. lefinely, pulled his cai to a stop and
i asked me if he could help He n-
listed on driving me to the Esso
i service station which adjoins the
lefineiy lEd note Odubel's Esso
Seivicenteri. There lie prevailed on
the station manager to send one of
-his men back with Mr. Halley and APl'PIi
me to replace the tire. When I re- San N;
tinned the attendant to the station, station
the only compensation that would be ed in a
accepted was a ridiculously low POSAN
seventy-five cents U S. L. J. A.
"For years I have seen 'Happy y Ricar
Motoring" in connection with Esso a
Advertising in the States. I would be


Courtesy Acknowledged


I'RIATELY POSED in front of Joe Oduber's Esso Servicenter in
colas are L. J. A. Halley of TSD-Engineering; Miss Patsy Lejuez,
cashier, and Ricardo Koolman, station attendant. All three figur-
good deed that further enhanced the Esso name and tourism.
DO DILANTI Joe Oduber's Esso Servicenter na San Nicolas ta
Halley di TSD-Engineering; Srta. Patsy Lejuez, klerk di e stacion,
do Koolman, atendiente. Tur tres tabatin parti den un bon obra cu
luna mas prominencia na number di Esso y turismo na Aruba.


remiss indeed if I did not call to Mr Krause's letter, Mr. Halley, a Halley suggested to Miss Patsy Le-
Syour attention this practical demon- draftsman in TSD-Engineering, said, juez, the clerk, that Mr. Krause be
station that 'Happy Motoring' is '"I never met a man who appreciated given extra consideration as "it could
much more than a catch phrase, a good deed as much as this man." mean a lot to Aruba tourism."
"I could hope there may be enough Mr. Halley said he was on his way An attendant, Ricardo Koolman,
time in your busy day to advise Mr. to his Lago Heights home from filled the spare with air and took
Halley that his good deed still shines' work when he spotted the elderly Mr. Mr. Krause back to his car. The flat
fo th in a naughty wol d. It is a Krause examining the flat tire on his tire was removed and the spare
matter of regret that I did not get rented car. "I could tell he was a bolted on. Back at the station, the
the name of the station attendants. tourist and needed help," Mr. Halley flat was repaired and Mr. Krause
But I sincerely and gratefully ap- said. Because the car's spare tire was charged the "ridiculously low"
preciate their fine help to a motorist was also flat, Mr. Halley volunteered price of Fls. 1.50. To Mr. Krause,
in distress." to take Mr. Krause and the spare to "Happy Motoring' is much more
When informed of the contents of Oduber's Esso Servicenter. There Mr. than an Esso catch phrase in Aruba.

Concurso di Copania pa Seguridad Esso Research Saves
So T o A$a pa 1 $197,000 by Renting
Pafor di Trabao A Cuminza pa 1962 Platinum for Project
Premionan departmental y individual lo worde entrega na e dos An unusual "rental" agreement in-
departamentonan di Lago cu e mehor record di seguridad pafor di tra- volving $200,000 worth of platinum
bao na 1962. Departamentonan cu gana lo ta den un di dos grupo cu ta has made it possible for scientists
consist di departamentonan cu frecuencia di zero pa 1961 y 1962; and engineers at Esso Research to
departamentonan cu tabatin frecuencia calculable pa 1961. complete a project that might other-
E concurso di prevencion di acci- wise have been held up because of
dente pafor di trabao ariba base in- 2. Cada departamento lo compete its excessive cost and save
ter-departamental a cummnza Jan. 1 contra su record di desgracia incapa- $197,000 in the bargain.
y lo sigui te Dec. 31, 1962. Cada de- citante pafor di trabao na 1961. The project involved treating crude
partamento lo compete contra su fre- 3 Premlonan lo consist di trofeo oil in a pilot unit, during which the
cuencia di 1961 pa accidentenan pafor pa e departamentonan cu gana y crude was subjected to 2,400 degrees
di trabao, cual ta worde calculd cu premionan individual pa e miembro- Fahrenheit. At this high tempera-
un formula basa ariba accident in-! nan di e departamentonan aki ture, metal oxides formed on the wall
capacitante y oranan di tempo liber. Premionan of the unit's reactor, causing severe
Directiva di Lago 1o duna e cam- 1. Tur departamento cu tin un fre- corrosion.
panja di seguridad aki e mes apoyo cuencia di zero na 1961 y 1962. There wasn't time to develop a
active cu e ta duna su program in- 2. Dr e departamentonan cu tin un corrosion-proof material to line the
dustrial di segunidad. E conuit ehe- frecuencia calculable na 1961, e ga- reactor wall, nor could the scientists
cutivo di Lago ta di opinion cu exito nadornan lo ta: afford to have their test data thrown
di e program ta depend di voluntad (a) E departamento cu e frecuen- off by reactions catalyzed by the
tanto di supervisornan como emplea- cia mas abao na 1962, contal' wall of the vessel.
donan pa contrlbul tempo y esfuerzo cu esaki ta mas abao cu su So they searched for a readily-
pa logra un reduction den accidente- frecuencia pa 1961, y available material that would be an
nan ncapacitante cu ta socede pafor Ib) e departamento cual su fre- effective liner for the reactor. Pla-
di trabao. cuencia pa 1962 munstra e tinum, it was agreed, was the ans-
E program di prevention di acci- mehoracion mas grand over di wer. Its melting point is in excess of
dente ta wolde extend pa inclui su frecuencia pa 1961. 3,000 degrees F. and it possesses a
miembronan di familiar di empleado- .high degree of corrosion resistance.
nan di Lago. En vista di esaki un .. e F Process There was just one drawback; it
cuerpo special di oradornan a wore r T Re costs $84 a Troy ounce and enough
organizA na October di anja pasa pa Sup s a Rtira to line the reactor would cost
entrega mensaje di seguridad na club, N. A. De Frees, supervisor-Ethyl $200,000. Buying the platinum was
school y organizacionnan di huben- blending and aircraft fueling den out of the question, so the company
tud. Cada un di e diez-cinco orador- Process-Light Oils Finishing, lo laga contacted a platinum supplier and
nan voluntario ta preparando pro- Lago Feb. 4 pa retira subsecuente- they worked out an arrangement
grama individual usando fuente di mente. whereby Esso Research would, in
material y ayudonan visual haci dis- Sr. De Frees, kende tin mas di effect, "rent" the metal.
ponible door di Training y Safety binti-cuatro anja di servicio na Lago, The company actually bought the
Divisions di Industrial Relations De- a bini Aruba Aug. 31, 1937, como platinum, but the contract specified
apartment. Asina leuw, seis organi- apprentice operator. Henter su ca- that the supplier would buy it back
zacion na e isla a pidi oradornan y rera tabata den Process-LOF. El a when it had served its purpose.
ta worde sperd cu hopi mas lo pidt worde promovi pa assistant operator Once the metal had been installed
pa e mensajenan di seguridad pafor na 1937 y operator na 1941. Su ser- in the reactor, no further problems
di trabao. E programanan a word vicio cu Lago a worde interumpi na were encountered. When Esso Re-
planed asina cu nan ta di interest pa 1942 tempo cu Sr. De Frees, un capi- search had accumulated all the data
tur miembronan di familiar. Orador- tan den reserve di Ehercito Ameri- it needed, the reactor was disassem-
nan lo suplementa nan descurso cu cano, a bai guerra. Sr. De Frees, bled and sent to the supplier for
ayudo visual manera presentation di kende tabata den accion na e bataya removal of the platinum.
slide, grafico di color y pelicula di di Anzio, a bira despues major den Under the terms of the contract,
seguridad. servicio military. the metal was bought back at scrap
Reglanan pa Curso Inter- El a bolbe Lago Maart 4, 1946, y a platinum cost, which is slightly
Departamental worde promovi pa assistant shift lower than that of new platinum.
1. E period di curso lo ta for di foreman na Januari 1952. Su promo- The price differential, plus installa-
Jan. 1 pa Dec. 31, 1962. cion final a bini na 1954. tion charges, was $3,000.


By Tourist ago's Off-Job Safety
Contest Is Underway
'do di Empleado di For 11 Departments

Sna Bishitante A Departmental and individual prizes
will be awarded to the two Lago
tribui na Turismo departments with the best off-the-
bon obra haci na Aruba a laga job safety records for 1962. Winning
npresion duradero arba un agri- departments will fall into one of two
r di Ohio kende, segun tono di groups made up of departments with
arta reciente na Presidente W. a zero frequency rate for 1961 and
:urray, ya awor probablemente 1962; departments that had calcul-
mayor aficionado di Esso rond able frequency rates for 1961.
easant Plain. E carta, for di The inter-departmental off-the-job
er C. Krause, RFD Butlerville, accident prevention contest started
ant Plain, Ohio, ta papia pa su Jan. 1 and will run through Dec. 31,
1962. Each department will be com-
igi na president di Lago, e ta peting against its 1961 off-the-job
"Ariba 22 di November, cor- frequency rate which is calculated
o un auto gehuur na Aruba, mi from a formula based on disabling
ya un flat tire un milla of dos injuries and manhours of leisure
o bo refineria. Mientras mi ta- time.
mirando e vista triste, L. J. A. Lago management will be giving
y, di bo refineria, a para su this safety campaign the same active
y a puntra mi si el por a yuda support that it gives its industrial
go. El a insist pa hiba mi pa e safety program. Lago's executive
on di servicio Esso di refineria. committee teels that the success of
a editorial Oduber's Esso this program is dependent on the
center). Aya el a pidi gerente di willingness of both supervisors and
cion pa manda un di su hendenan employees to contribute time and ef-
. Halley y ami pa cambia e tire. fort to achieve a marked reduction
mi a bolbe cu e atendiente di e in disabling injuries that occur off
on, e unico compensation cu nan the job.
a acepta ta setenta y cinco cens The accident prevention program
icano, cu ta ridicule barata. ls being extended to include family
opi anjanan mi a mira "Happy members of Lago employees. In this
ring" en conexion cu anuncionan light, a special speakers bureau was
sso na Estados Unidos. Mi ta organized last October to take safety
cu lo mi falta si mi no yama na messages to island clubs, schools and
tencion e demonstration practice youth organizations. Each of the fift-
cu "Happy Motoring" ta much een volunteer speakers is busy prep-
cu un lema morto. aring individual programs using re-
i ta spera cu lo bo por haya source materials and visual aids
iente tempo den bo dia ocup, pa provided by the Industrial Relations
Sr. Halley cu su bon obra ainda Department's Training and Safety


ta brilla den un mundo malvado. Ta
duel mi cu mi no por a haya number
di e atendientenan di e stacion. Pero
mi tin sincere gratitud y aprecio pa
nan bon ayudo na un motorist na
pena."
Ora el a worde informA di conte-
nido di carta di Sr. Krause, Sr. Hal-
ley, draftsman den TSD-Engineering,
a bisa, "Nunca mi a encontra un
homber kende a aprecia un bon obra
asina tanto manera esaki."
Sr. Halley a bisa cu el tabata na
camina pa su cas na Lago Heights
for di trabao ora el a mira Sr.
Krause, kende ya ta di edad caba, ta
inspect e flat tire di su auto ge-
huur. "Mi por a bisa cu el tabata un
turista y cu el tabatin mester di
ayudo," Sr. Halley a bisa. Pa motibo
cu spare tire di e auto tambe tabata
flat, Sr. Halley a combini pa hiba Sr.
Krause y e spare pa Oduber's Esso
Servicenter. Aya Sr Halley a bisa
Srta. Patsy Lejuez, e klerk, pa trata
Sr. Krause bon pasobra "esey por ni-
fica hopi pa turismo Aruba."
Un atendiente, Ricardo Koolman, a
yena e spare cu aire y a hiba Sr.
Krause atrobe na su auto. E flat
tire a worde kitA y e spare a worde
poni. Na e station atrobe, e tire flat
a worde drechd y Sr. Krause a word
cobra e prijs "barata ridiculo" di
Fls. 1,50. Pa Sr. Krause, "Happy
Motoring" ta nifica mas cu un lema
di Esso na Aruba.


Divisions. So far, six island organiza-
tions have requested speakers and it
is anticipated that many more will
ask for these off-the-job safety mes-
sages. The programs have been plan-
ned so they will be of interest to all
family members. Speakers will sup-
plement their talks with such visual
aids as slide presentations, colorful
graphs and safety movies.
Inter-Departmental Contest Rules
1. The contest period will be from
Jan. 1 through Dec. 31, 1962.
2. Each department will compete
against its 1961 off-the-job-disabling
injury record.
3. Awards will be trophies for the
winning departments and individual
prizes for the members of these de-
partments.
Awards
Award winners will be determined
as follows:
1. All departments having a zero
frequency rate in 1961 and 1962.
2. Of the departments having a
calculable frequency rate in 1961, the
winners will be:
(a) The department with the low-
est rate in 1962, provided this
rate is lower than its 1961 rate,
and
(b) the department whose 1962
frequency rate shows the most
improvement over its 1961
rate.


RECEIVING A pen and pencil and wall clock from J. H. Nunes is J. H.
Lloyd, center, who left recently for retirement. The gifts were presented
on behalf of Mr. Lloyd's fellow employees in Process-Utilities.
RECIBIENDO UN set di pen y potlood y oloshi di muraya for di J. H.
Nunes ta J. H. Lloyd, centro, kende a sali recientemente cu pension. E
regalonan a worde present na number di companjeronan di trabao.


L1 -`---L .._., Jlj








ARUBA ESSO NEWS


January 27, 1962


HER THOUGHTS mirrored in these candid views, Mrs. Lona De Frei-
tas, staff nurse at Lago Hospital, listens attentively as her service
career is recounted at the Jan. 10 thirty-year service award ceremonies.
Nurse De Freitas became the first female Lago employee to complete
thirty years of service entirely in Aruba.



SThirty-Year Awards
(Continued from page 1)
ses, doctors, nurses aides. Of the old timers, she alone, remains.
Mrs. De Freitas says she'll probably never give up nursing entirely,
even after she retires. Her vocation is her elder daughter's, also. She
has two daughters. The elder, twenty, is a nurse in Brooklyn, New
York. The sixteen-year-old daughter is studying to be a chemist and
is going to school in Jamaica.
At the thirty-year service award ceremonies the Lago careers of
the four male recipients were re-
viewed.
Mr. Weller started as a cleanout
man in the Pressure Stills when he
joined Lago Nov. 25, 1931. In 1937,
he transferred to the pipe craft. I Il
After a series of promotions he was
made a pipefitter A in 1947. A great
sportsman, he played football for ten
years, he has retired to the spectator'
ranks. On the job he is extremely ,
safety minded. Not once in thirty 7
years has he had a disabling injury. .
Mr. Briesen joined the company
March 1, 1929, as a painter. He left
Lago in 1945 but returned two years
later as a laborer on the docks. He
was named a dockman in 1955. It
was pointed out at the ceremonies
that whenever a job needs comple-
tion in a hurry, the call goes out for
Mr. Briesen. RECIPIENTS OF thirty-year se

R. Anthony's Career left to right, P. A. Weller, Mrs. L
V. R. Briesen, R. Aithony and
Mr. Anthony's starting date goes
back to July 23, 1929. He also start-
ed as a painter. In 1931 he transfer-
red to the Esso Transportation Com-
pany and in 1936 he returned to
Lago as a paint craft helper. He
transferred to Process-LOF in April,
1936, and through a series of prom-
otions advanced from student oper-
ator to levelman. In 1955 he was
promoted to assistant operator. One
of his hobbies includes dominoes
which he plays expertly.
Mr. Wathey started with Lago
Jan. 26, 1932, as a watchman in what
is now the Lago Police Department.
He transferred to Light Oils Finish-
ing in 1936 where he progressed ,
from student operator to assistant
operator in five years timune. He was
promoted to operator in 1948. One of
his refinery duties is seeing that oil
is recovered from oil spills that col-
lect in underground pockets. It was
brought out that Lago still salvages PRESENTING MRS. De Freitas
about seventy-five barrels a day. service emblem, left, is F. C. Do
Since the company started this oil Freitas and a nursing associate I
recovery program more than 1,000,000 Hasse, director of nursing, admire
barrels have been recovered. thirty-year service


I


rvice awards were, RECIPI
. A. K. De Freitas, drechi,
J. W. I. Wathey.


with a thirty-year
novan. As Mrs. De
ook on, Miss K. E.
es the staff nurse's
pin.


CU SU pinsamento claramente express den su mirada, Sra. Lona De
Freitas, staff nurse na Lago Hospital, ta scucha cu atencion mientras su
carera ta word conta na e ceremonianan di pre'entacion di emhlema pa
trinta anja di servicio na ceremonianan Jan. 10. Nurse De Freitas a hira di
promer empleado femenina di Lago cu ta complete trinta anja di servicio.


SLona De Freitas Promer Empleado

Femenina cu Trinta Anja na Lago
Na April 1929 un mucha muher timida a aplica pa un trabao na
Lago Hospital Ansioso pa haya su mes camina den mundo, e hoben
cu ainda no tabatin diez-seis anja tabata dispuesto pa purba
S cualkier trabao cu el word ofreci No solamente el tabatin 6xito den
su aplicacion pa trabao na Lago. pero algun siman pasa Sra. Lon:!
De Freitas a bira un di e cinco empleadonan honra pa nan trinta anja
di servicio cu compania
Ora Sra De Freitas a acepta so
i cc tificado y emblem di servicio for
di Vice Presidente F C Donovan na
e ceremonianan Jan 10, el a fbna
tambe di promer empleado femenina
cu ta complete trminta anja di ser-
vilco cu Lago pasA hentelamente na
Arlluba. Tambe el a woide citA como,
esuln eo e seivico nmas largo entire
turi empleadonan di Depaltamnento
Aledi( o
Na e cerenmonianan, piemionan pa
tiinta anja di selivicio a woride pre-
sentA tambe nit Pedio A VWeller,
pipefitter A den Mechanical-Pipe;
Vlctolliano R B lesen, docknian den
I' ocess-Receiving & Shipping- Whar-
ves, Rober ti Anthonvy assistant
opeiatoi den Process-Light Oils Fin-
ishing. y John "W I IVathey, opelr-
IENTENAN DI emblemanan tabata, riobez )a ator den Piicess-Light Oils Finish-
P. A. Weller, Sra. L. A. K. De Freitas, V. H. ing
Briesen, R. Anthon3 I J. W. I. \altheN.


PRESENTANDO SRA. De Freitas cu un emblnema di
trinta anja di servicio ta F. C. Donovan. 3lientras
Sra. De Freitas y un companjera enfermera la in1-
rando. Srta. K. E. Hasse, director di enfermeria, ta
admira e feneta di trinta anja di servicio.


Carera di Sra. De Freitas
Infolnmainlon significant tuao(nte e
inpilesivo cal i a di Sra De Ficitas
na Lago a wide lelata dooi di Dr
(. G Hendi ckson, dnilectot y CiI-
jano mayor di Medimal Depai tent
Otr0 puntonan saliente di sil caileia
(omlu nliln y bida pelisona a worde
level den tin entievista dilanti Ola
di Lago
St, Sra De Freitas no tabata in-
spil- di e detei ninacion fiume cu ta
caractei isticl di hendenan di aconm-
plecimento, dcen til piobabilidad el
!u ta hlbando un bila; henteianlente
dilfrente n.t si isla, nativto (;enad,
Tempo u ci l a bini Ailnb pa ipa pIl-
mnci vez ni mtal di Ap Iil 1929, ta-
b.ta pa keda i< era sit tanta IDesl.pes
h Iin slnian na (as el a decid lliti el lo
gusta di t a trial anta. tabata pen-
sa Liaha," el ti iec iida, "ipeto nii a hal
Hospital y nil hayta tin bon trabao"
El ta colda tli, sinenlbargo, no ta-
bata asina facil E in se cabezante
na hospital in lugar chikito di
/ Con timu, ii, pa' tli 7)


L. K. D Freitas
L. A. K. De Freitas


J. W. I. Wathey


F


1


P1. A. Weller


V. R. Briesen









ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Janiuar) 27, 1962


N. E. Santjes


F. E. Wever


L. C. Anthony


J. Boekhoudt


Di 1000 Oloshi pa 25 Anja di Servicio
A Present na Luis Werleman Jan. 3
Pa medio di un lot, Luis Werleman di Mechanical-
Transportation a bira di 1000 recipiente di un oloshi di
Lago pa binti-cinco anja di servicio. Como Sr. Werleman
y Bernardus Ras di Process-LOF tabatin largura di
servicio identico, Nurse N. E. Santjes a worde pidi pa
select un di e dos cahanan identico di oloshi na e cere-
monianan di presentation Jan. 3. El tabata un di e nuebe
cu a word honra pa servicio largo ariba e dia aki.
Ora cu c aha cu el a select a worde habri, e oloshi
inscribi cu number di Sr. Werleman a worde revel4.
Esaki a haci Bernardus Ras di 999 recipient y Luis
Werleman di 1000.


Lago's 1000th Twenty-Five-Year Service
Watch Awarded to L. Werleman Jan. 3
Through a chance drawing, Luis Werleman of Mech-
anical-Transportation became the 1000th recipient of a
Lago twenty-five-year service watch. Because Mr. Werle-
man and Bernardus Ras of Process-LOF had identical
lengths of service, Nurse N. E. Santjes was asked to
select one of two identical watch boxes at the Jan. 3
watch presentation ceremonies. She was one of nine
honored for long Lago service that day.
When the box she selected was opened, the watch
inscribed with Mr. Werleman's name was disclosed. This
made Mr. Ras the 999th watch recipient and Mr. Werle-
man the 1000th.


LAGO PRESIDENT W. A. Murray presented Lago's
1000th twenty-five-year service watch to Luis Werleman
of Mechanical-Transportation at the Jan. 3 ceremonies.
I'IfESIDENTE DI Lago W. A. Murray a present di
1000 oloshi pa binti-cino anja di servicio na Luis
Werleman di Mechanical-Transportation na e presen-
tacion 3 di Januari.


CHATTING WITH Nurse N. E. Santjes, above, the fourth
woman watch recipient since the plan's inception, is Pres-
ident W. A. Murray. Nine employees, below, were honored
at the Jan. 3 meeting.
COMBERSANDO CU Nurse N. E. Santjes, ariba, di cuatro
recipient femenina desde cu e plan a cuminza, ta Presidente
W. A. Murray. Nuebe empleado, abao, a worde honra na e
reunion di Jan. 3.



10MC
-, RV Ilk


'-S


CONGRATULATING WATCH recipient J. Boekhoudt of
Mechanical-Transportation, above, is General Foreman W.
L. Edge. Seated, top left, are B. Ras and MI. E. Fisk. Watches
No. 1000 and 1001 went to, left, E. Werleman and J. J. Pfaff.
FELICITANDO RECIPIENT J. Boekhoudt di Mlechani-
cal-Transportation, ariba, ta General Foreman W. L. Edge.
Sinti, robez ariba, ta B. Ras y M. E. Fisk. Recipientenan
No. 1000 y 1001 tabata, robez. L. Werleman y J. J. Pfaff.


W. F. Hughes


H. L. Leverock


J. J. Pfaff


IZ ------ -


B. Ras









ARUBA ESSO NEWS January 27, 1962


Valerie Queen's Master Seeks Solace







tI


CAPTAIN DI BALANDRO

PA BUSCA SOLEDAD Y

TAZ DEN MAR CARIBE
Elegant, cu masternan halto y
firm, e balandro di sesenta y ocho
pia cu a drenta silenciosamente den
haaf di Oranjestad riba 3 di Oct. E
yacht aki, Valerie Queen, tabatin
hopi luna na lamar y a caba di haci
un viaje di various mil milla.
Kiko su future lo ta "Valerie
Queen" no por bisa. Esun cu ta na-
bega, Don Stewart, kende un tempo
tabata biba na San Francisco, tin e
determination pa sigi haci den lami
Caribe, y cualcier haaf amigo por
bien bira un otro lugA pa descansA
un poco.
El'a pensa di keda Aruba tn poco
prome cu e sigi su camina pa Anti-
gua. Ta na fin di December e y Valerie
Queen ainda tabata estableci como-
damente den haaf banda di Bali
Restaurant Parce cu suerte a aban-
dona nan. No tabatin mas pasagero
pa yuda paga pa provision di barco


Future di Barco LnTI OLtE two-masted nsnermans schooner is me tE AALA utU e
Future di e barco y su donjo po- sea-going home of Don Stewart, businessman turned Don Stewart, cor
diser tabata parce scur pa un bishi- adventurer. The sailing vessel, called the Valerie Queen, cual yama Valer
tante, pero ainda e tabata masha cA brought Mr. Stewart to Aruba from San Francisco in for di San Fran
pa Sr. Stewart. E tabata di opinion a charter voyage that started last March.
cu tin flete na Aruba y pesey el a
reparti papelnan pintA na man pa )f- hopi exito, tabata corre den un auto tripulacion cu ta parti e gastonan
rece su servicio. Y si no result nada nobo tur anja, biba na comodidad, El a tuma satisfaccion cu e oportuni-
mes ainda tabatin otro puerto. gza di teatro y bon cuminda. Sinem- dadnan mas acerca y a purba trabao
Tabatin turista den henter Caribe. barge, no tabata basta pa su gana di di flete for di costa occidental. Fra-
Ta dificil pa stop un hende cu un nabegA. caso a strobe'le pero nunca a logra
n a Tabata mas of menos e tempo aki derumba Sr. Stewart.
determinacion asina fuerte.
cu el a haya Valerie Queen. E no Na Maart su suerte a cambia pa
Kiko ta haci un homber abandon tabata nabegante e tempo ei pero e bon ora ocho nabegante a firm pa
bida conventional di comerciante, bi- tabata dispuesto pa sinja. Despues di un cruise di tres luna for di costa
bamento luhoso, amigo? Sr. Stewart a gasta casi $10,000 y varies mil mas occidental pa Panama. Tur cos a bai
ta di opinion cu el no a perde nada. despues pa equipa e barco cu 3500 pia bon te ora nan a laga Costa Rica.
"Mi a gana," el a bisa. El tabata re- cuadrd di bela nobo y pone'le na con- Coriente contrarlo a tene nan na la-
feri na su moda nobo di biba awor dicion atrobe, Sr. Stewart a tumans mar binti-sels dia.
cu el por bai unda cu el kier, ora cu despedida di bida commercial y a uni Provision a caba pa tempo cu Val-
el kier. P'e, conformidad y bida mo- su mes cerca e grupo chikito di aven- erie Queen a yega Panama. Tabata
derno ta mundane. Como disenjador tureronan mundial. Su promer idea tempo pa e nabegantenan bolbe Es-
di product seis anja pasa el tabatin tabata pa pass rond di mundo cu un tados Unidos. Bon suerte ainda ta-


Aruba Bats Identified


By U.S. Mammologist
The bats that inhabit Quadirikiri cave had an in-
teresting scientific visitor recently. He was Dr.
Richard Van Gelder of the American Museum of
Natural History in New York City. An expert on
mammals, Dr. Van Gelder stopped briefly at Aruba
last month after a thirteen-country tour of Central
and South America. His bat studies in Aruba, and in
Trinidad, were secondary to his main project the
study of skunks.
As there are no skunks on Aruba, Dr. Van Gelder
was interested in identifying bat species on the is-
land. He had previously stopped in Aruba before
starting his South American tour.
On the subject of Aruba's bats, he brought forth
interesting revelations of both a scientific and lay
nature. Dr. Van Gelder said the museum is interest-
ed in all mammals, but that bats are especially in-
teresting. "To begin with," he said, "bats are the
only true flying mammals. There are mammals that
glide but bats are the only ones that can fly. From
the evolution standpoint they are over sixty million
years old."
When asked to explain how bats are able to avoid
obstacles in pitch-black caves, the mammology ex-
pert said that the bats have the same system that
humans "invented" some sixty million years after
the bat evolved. "It's like the navy's sonar system.
The bats let loose a high-pitched skriek, much too
high to hear, and receive the echo of the shriek as it
bounces off obstacles. They can detect objects as
small as twelve-thousandths of an inch in diameter.
Bats can even avoid a system of wires that thin,"
he related.
He went on to say that humans think radar is
quite an advancement, but that the bat's complicat-
ed system is crammed into a package in a head less
than one-half-inch long. "We still need a pretty big
box for present-day radar and sonar systems," he
added.
Dr. Van Gelder said he had found two distinct
bat species at Quadirikiri during his initial visit.'
'When you first walk in," he said, "you'll spot the
one species flying about. This is in the area of the
first and second chambers. This bat seems to be a
nectar feeder, or flower-pollen feeder. In the far
chambers of the cave is another kind of bat, an in-
sect eater."
In complete darkness, the insect eaters can detect
small insects as far away as fifteen feet with their
"sonar" system. The other species, the flower-pollen
feeders, are somewhat like bees. They feed off
flowers and spread pollen from one to the other.
A smile crossed Dr. Van Gelder's face when he
was asked if the time-worn phrase, "Blind as a


DURING A brief stop in Aruba recently, Dr. Richard
Van Gelder of the American Museum of Natural His-
tory collected several bat specimens from the Quadiri-
kiri cave. He had been to several South American coun-
tries where he obtained data on skunks.
DURANTE UN bishita cortico na Aruba recientemente,
Dr. Richard Van Gelder di American Museum of Natu-
ral History a colecta varies muestra di raton di anochi
for di cuebanan di Quadirikiri. El tabata na camina pa
varies paisnan Sur Americano pa obtene information
ariba mampurito.

Bat," was correct. "Not necessarily," he answered.
"Bats vary in how good their eyesight is. Some Old
World bats have very good eyesight. The ones in
Aruba have fairly poor eyesight. They can tell light
from dark but that's about all."
When told that the Papiamento phrase for bat is
"raton di anochi" (mouse of the night), Dr. Van
Gelder said that the bat isn't any more related to
the mouse than humans are. "This crops up in all
languages. In German the bat is called 'fleder-
maus,' flying mouse, but its closest relative is prob-
ably the tiny shrew." He added that bats evolved
from that family line about the same time the
monkey line branched off from the shrews. As we
look back on evolution we see that bats are a group
that arose very early, he said, a group that has be-
come very distinct.
The only bats that bite, he went on, are the Vam-
pires which do not exist in Aruba. This species is a
hazard in Trinidad where it spreads rabies to both
man and animal.
(Continued on page 8)


legante aki
erciante cu
ie Queen, a
cisco den


i di dos master ta e cas di
a bira aventurero. E barco,
a trece Sr. Stewart Aruba
un viaje cu a cuminza na


Maart anja pasi.

Sbata cu Sr. Stewart. Cuatro Canades
a topa cu ne na Panama y abai cu
Sne pa Colombia.
Ora cu el a sail for di Colombia e
tabata su so except pa un matroos
Colombiano. Como ta tuma cuatro
hende pa maneja Valerie Queen cu
tur su belanan ariba, nan mester a
viaja cu un part di bela y na velo-
Scidad reduce.
SSr. Stewart no sabi cuanto tempo
el lo keda na Caribe Esey atrobe ta
depend di su suerte. Si e por haya
hende cu ta interesA ta bon Si no,
e ta mara su faha un poco mas pretax,
lamta anker y sali pa lamar grand
cu horizonte come su destine


SCIENTIST DI MERCA

A INVESTIGA RATON DI

ANOCHI NA QUADIRIKIRI
E ratonnan di anochi cu ta biba
den cueba di Quadinikin tabatin .1
bishita interesante recientemente E
tabata Dr Richard Van Gelder dii
American Museum of Natuial His-
tory di New Yolk Un expert to-
cante mamifero, Dr Van Gelder a
pasa Aruba brevemente despues di
un bishita na diez-tres pais di Ame-
rica Central y Siur Su studio di ra-
ton di anochi na Aruba, y na Trini-
dad, tabata secundarno na su project
studio di mampurito
Como no tin niamptuito na Ai ;b:,
Dr. Van Gelder ta interest den iden-
tificacion di clasenan di i aton di
anochi ariba e isla El a bolbe Aliba
na December na e conclusion di soi
jira di Sur Americano
Tocante e asunto di raton di anolhi
na Aruba, el a trece hopi puntonani
interesante Dr. Van Geldel a bisa
cu e museo ta interest den til ani-
mal, pero cu raton di anochi ta spe-
cialmente interesante "Pa cnminza',"
el a bisa, "raton di anochi ta e unvio
animal cu ta cria si ioe -ii lechi v
cu por bula. Tin animal cl ta zweef,
pero raton d; anochi ta e unico (cl
por bula For di punto di vista di evo-
lucion, nan tin mas cu sesenta million
anja bieuw."
Ora el a worde puntra pa splica
icon raton di anochi por evita obsta-
culo den obscuridad total di cueba, c
expert a bisa cu e latonnan di
anochi tin e mes sistema cu hende a
yega na dji algun sesenta million
anja despues di e raton di anochi. "E
ta manera e sistema sonar di fuerza
naval. E ratonnan di anochi ta pro-
duci un gnto di alta frecuencia,
much halto pa hende tende, y ta
recibi echo di e grito ora e ta rebota
for di e obstaculo Nan por desculbri
obhetonan mes chikito cu diez-dos
mil parti di un duram den diametro
Ratonnan di anochi hasta por evita
un sistema di waya asina fini,,' el a
,bisa.
El a slgu bisa cu hendenan ta kele
cu radar ta un advance masha grand,
trContitniu nII paylina 7


In Caribbean

Former Businessman

Drops Conventional

Way of Life for Sea
Trim of line with strong, tall masts
was the sixty-eight foot, two-masted
fisherman's schooner that slipped
silently into Oranjestad Harbor last
October Behind the weathered
yacht, the Valerie Queen, lay months
at sea and a journey of several
thousand miles
Ahead for the master of the Valerie
Queen lay the unpredictable, un-
mapped future. The sailor, Don Ste-
wart, who once called San Francisco
home, is determined to make Carib-
bean trade routes his highways and
any friendly port his home
His stop at Aruta was to have
been a short layover enroute to Anti-
gua. Eaily last month he and the
Valerie Queen were still quite com-
fortably settled at a berth alongside
the Ball Restaurant.
Luck had appeared to have scur-
ried away when the boat first arriv-
ed in Aruba There were no more
charter passengers to help pay for
ship's stores The last had departed
when the Valerie Queen had glided
into a Colombian port
The future of ship and master may
have looked dim to a sun glass clad
visitor upon inspecting the schooner
shortly after it arrived in Aruba
but is was still veiy bright to Mr.
Stewart There were charters avail-
able in Aruba, he felt, so hand-
drawn posters had been distributed to
advertise his offerings And if bus-
iness didn't develop other ports
lof call existed. There were tourists
all over the Caribbean
It's difficult to squelch such dogged
Determination
Gave Up Comforts
What makes a man give up the
conventional life of a businessman,
luxurious living, friends' AMi Sto-
wart feels he didn't lose a thing "I
gained," he said He was refelling to
his new way of life where he goes
whee heh pleases, when he pleases
To him conformity and nman-killing
pace aie the mundane As a product
designer six years ago he was fauly
successful, dove a new car every
year, lived in comfort, enjoyed
theater and good cuisine It wasn't
enough to smother the call of the
sea, however.
It was about that time that he
found the Valerie Queen, He wasn't
a sailor then but he was willmin to
learn. Aftei an initial outlay of
$10,000 and many thousands later to
fit the vessel with 3500 square feet
of new canvass and make her sea-
wol thy once more, lMr Stewai t I
signed fi om the business life and
joined the dwindling ranks of \wo li
adventuleis His fist thoughts \vole
to circumnavigate the globe with a
shai e-the-expense tie \ He settle'
for close-at-hand oppoltlnitles ,ind
tried charter wolk out of the west
coast Failule dogged hilnl but nevei
managed to ath l up with Ai Ste-
wat t
Luck Turns
Last March his luck tuined f'u the
better when eight 'sallo s" signed on
for a thluce-month uise down the
wedt coast to Panama All went \\'-I
until they left Costa Rica Adverse
currents kept them at sea for twenty-
six days and swept them towal d the
Galapagos
Stores had dwindled by the tinii
the Valerie Queen leached Panama
It was time foi the ol iginal (hal ter
members to get hack home to tile
States, and reality Good fortune was
still with Mr Stewart Four Cana-
dians joined him at Panama ani
sailed with himn to Colombia
When ie left Colombia lhe was
alone except for his Colomlbian deck
hand Since it takes four hands to
run the Valerie Queen undei all hei
canvas, the pair had to proceed un-
der part sail and at a reduced speed
Mr. Stewart doesn't know how long
he'll remain in the charter business
in the Caribbean That depends again
on his luck If he can continue to
sign up charter groups, all well and
good If not, he'll head for other seas


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


January 27, 1962










IJanuary 27 1962


Here Are Three Ocean Monsters That 'Didn't Get Away'


Aruba fishermen, using both speargun and line,
appear to be disproving the adage that there are
bigger fish in the ocean than have ever been
caught. The adage may still hold true, but by the
looks of the monster sea snake, grouper and mar-
]n that flank these words, let's hope they don't
have too many big brothers cruising in the shal-
lows. Actually, with the exception of the sea
snake the other two are not harmful to man.


C,


\1HAT IS it? Some say it's a
moray eel while others claim it's a
sra snake. The five-foot monster
was speared by Benjamin Peterson
of Acid & Edeleanu near the reef
off the island's south shore in fairly
shallow water.
KIKO E ta? Algun hende ta bisa
cu ta un congla y otro cu ta un
colebra di lamar. E nonstruo di
cinco pia a worde harpuna door di
Benjamin Peterson di Acid & Edele-
anu cerca di rft pa zuid di e isla.


HERE'S A big one that didn't get away. This 528-
pound grouper was speared off Colorado Point by, left
to right. Rosendo Colina, Eddy Bislik and Buchi Muyale.
ESAKI TA un cu no a logra scapa. E mero di 528 liber
a worde captiura cu flecha banda di Punta Colorado pa
Rosenda Colina, Eddy Bislik y Buchi Muyale.


Algun piscador di Aruba, usando harpoen y linja,
parce ta disproba e dicho bieuw cu tin pisca mas
grand den lamar cu nan a yega di coi. Podiser esey
ainda ta berdad, pero segun aparencia e monstru-
oso conglA, djoekvis y balahia den e portretnan aki,
nos por bien spera cu nan no tin ruman mas grand
ta cruza den e awanan aki. En efecto, cu excepcion
di e congli, e otro dosnan nunca ta conoci di ta
danjo na hende.

Skin Divers Land Giant Grouper

After Battle Off Colorado Point
A giant grouper whose bulk far exceeded the
total weight of its three assailants was speared
recently off Colorado Point and subdued after
a fieht lasting twenty minutes.
The three marksmen were Rosendo Colina,
machinist A in Mechanical-Machinist, and Eddy
Bislik and Buchi Muyale. First shot, and prob-
ably the fatal one, was fired by Mr. Bislik who
stalked the denizen in thirty feet of water. His
two companions came to his aid and hit the
beast with two more shafts from their spear-
guns.
When brought to shore and weighed the
grouper tipped the scales at 528 pounds.


Un gigantesco mero, di cual su peso ta hopi
mas cu peso combine di su tres atacador, a
worde flecha recientemente na Punta Colorado.
A tuma e piscadornan binti minuut pa domina
e mero.
E tres tiradornan tabata Rosendo Colina,
machinist A na departamento Mechanical-Mach-
inist, Eddy Bislik y Buchi Muyale. Sr. Bislik a
tira e promer flecha, y probablemente esun
fatal, mientras e tabata sigi e pisca den trinta
pia di awa. Su dos companjero a dun6 asitencia
y a lombra e mero dos flecha mas cu nan spear-
gun. Ora nan a trece e pisca riba tera, e mero a
pisa 528 liber. Su largura ta mas o menos seis
pia y mei di su cabez te pia.


AFTER A battle that lasted an hour,
T. Wouters and N. Geerman, on top
of truck, landed this huge marlin
while line fishing off Colorado Point.
The fish measured nearly seven feet.
DESPUES DI un lucha cu a dura un
ora, T. Wouters y N. Geerman, ariba e
truck, a capture e balahii grand aki
mientras nan tabata pisca dilanti Colo-
rado Point.


Servicio di Nurse L.A.K. De Freitas
(Contuiad Jront pug .) I El ta record e hoben empleado di1 E fecha di cuminzamente di Sr.
dos sala cu tabata na e lugar unda' refinera cu a worde kima grave- Anthony ta na Juli 23, 1929. El tam-
cat cracker ta awe -a blsa mescos' mente den un explosion. Dianamente be a cuminza como verfd6. Na 1931
cu su Lanta ta pensa. "Bo ta much el tabata peicura pe. Ocho luna des- el a transfer pa Esso Transportation
hoben pa Liaha,' Nurse Margaret pues el a camna. El ta corda un Company y na 1936 el a bolbe Lago
Reeve a bisa 'Mi ta kere cu bo falta much muher chikito di ties luna cu como paint craft helper. El a trans-
experencia tambe." mester worde cria various vez promer feri pa Process-LOP na April 1936 y
"Wel, bo por purba cu mi anto, y cu el por a retene un tiki alimento. pa medio di un series di promocion-
mira kiko mi por haci," e much "Awor el ta un nurse na Lago,' Sra. nan el a avanza for di student oper-
determina cu tabata talta algun dia De Freitas a bisa cu orguyo. E mu- ator pa assistant operator.
pa cumpli diez-seis anja a bisa. El cha muher chikito anemico a recobra Sr Wathey a cuminza na Lago
mester a admit dilanti Nurse Reeve su salud y den anjanan despues a bai Jan. 26, 1932, como watchman den
cu nunca antes el a traha. El a wor- Holanda pa studia pa enfermera. I loke awor ta Lago Police Depart-
de bisa pa warda te ora Dr. Andiew Nurse De Freitas tin grato re- ment. El a transfer pa Light Oils
Miller yega. cuerdo tambe di e hopi amigonan cu Finishing na 1936 unda el a progress
El a ward. E homber cu tabata el a gana durante su anjanan na hos- for di student operator pa assistant
bmi pa e port no por tabata otro pital. Uno cu el a menciona specifica- operator den cinco anja di tempo. El
sino e dokter y el a lamta para y mente ta Srta. Florence Bonheim. a word promovi pa operator na
bisa. "Bon dia, doctor." El tabatin "Oh, el tabata aprecia mi asina tanto, 1948. Un di su debernan ta pa mira
razon. El a haya e trabao tambe. el tabata trata mi cu asina delca- cu azeta ta word recobra for di der-
Piomer el master a word entrevista. deza," el ta record. rame cu ta secede den saco bao ter-
Promer cu el tabata sabi el tabata Tabatin hopi otro naturalmente cu ra. A worde bisl cu Lago ainda ta
yuda e minsenan den hospital, seis na el ta record cu gratitud staff recobra como setenta y cinco barril
tur. Siete luna despues su breve ca- nurses, doctor, ayudante di nurse. Di pa dia,
rera na hospital aparenenteente ta- tur e veteranonan, el sol a keda.
bata bat cabando. E tanta di Nurse Sia. De Freitas ta bisa cu pro- Radio A till T
De Freitas y su esposo a decide di I bablemente nunca el lo laga e carera adi Antlliana T
tuma un vacacion na Grenada. Nan di en fermera, podiser m ora el bat Transmiti Prome Ora
a bisa cu el tabata much hoben pa cu pension, Su ylu muher di mas T mi Pr e r
keda su sol na Aruba. Un anja a grand tambe a escoge e carera aki. Di Lago Jan 28
pasa y atrobe e hoben a aplica un El tm dos yiu muher. Esun mayor ta Cuminzando Ddoming, 28
poco di su determination. El a scirbi, un nurse na Brooklyn, New York. E Cumnzando Diadomigo, 28 di
Dr. Miller y a bise'le cu el tabatin ylu muher di diez-seis anja ta studio :Jan e Ora d Lago lo worde trans-
deseo di bolbe na su trabao den hos- pa quimico y ta bai school na Ja- mit over un di tires radio emisora
pital. E carta aki a haci possible pa maica. na Aruba. Radio Antilliana, e
el bolbe Aruba. i Na e ceremonianan d presentation I emisora mas nobo ariba e isla, lo
Pa e algun anjanan cu a sigui el di emblem pa trinta anja di service, I transmit e Ora di Lago tur Dia-
tabata tuma encargo como ayudante carera di cuatro otro empleado a domingo, 6 'or di atardi. E pro-
di nurse den tur partinan di hospital, worde repass. grama lo ta na Ingles. Radio An-
Su aptitud y abilidad a worde reco- Sr. Weller a cummza como clean- tilliana, cual a cuminza transmiti
noci door di sucesor di Dr. Miller, out man den Pressure Stills tempo da 2 di Sept. anja 1961 ta na 776
Dr. H. Sandvoss y esaki a percura pa cu el a cumnza traha cu Lago Nov. klociclos 388 meter ariba b
el por tuma part den e promer curso 25, 1931. Na 1937 el a transfer pa radio
di nurse na hospital. El a cuminza e pipe craft. Despues di un series di E Ora di Lago awor lo tin dos
curso aki na 1938. Tres vez pa siman promocionnan el a bira pipefitter A programma na Ingles, tur dos
tabatin les; esaki a sigui tres anja na 1947. Un gran deportista, el al ariba Diadomingo, 6 'or di atardi.
largo. Despues di complete a entrena- hung futbol diez anja largo, awor Ta word sperA cu awor cu dos
mento el a tuma s ma y mas respon- el ta den fila di mirones. Na trabao radio emisora, Radio Kelkboom y
sabilidad como nurse, cual a culmina el tin masha tanto dedication na se- Radio Antilliana, ta transmiti e
den su promotion pa senior nurse na guridad. Nunca den e trinta anja el a ra di Lago, reception pa nos ra-
1948 y staff nurse na 1958. haya un accident incapacitante. dio oyentes over di center e isla
Nurse De Freitas tin tambe hopi Sr. Briesen a cuminza traha r lo ta mehor. Voz di Aruba lo sigui
recuerdo grato di e situacionnan per- compania Maart 1, 1929, como verfd6. transmiti e Ora di Lago na Papia-
sonal cu tabata secede. Pa motibo cu El a laga Lago na 1945, pero a bolbe mento Diarazon pa 6:30 di anochi.
durante anjanan el a traha den lu- dos anja despues como trahador ariba E program di Ora di Lago otro
gar di baby, di much chikito, den waaf. El a bira dockman na 1955. A siman lo ta un entrevista cu un
section obstetrics y den clinic gen- word bisa na e presentation cu ki verpleegster di Lago Hospital,
eral, el a mira miles di paciente bini ora un trabao mester word completA Lona A. K. De Freitas, kende lo
y bai. El a percura pa muchanan bira rapidamente, e yamada ta bai pa Sr. conta oyentes di su trinta anja di
bon, a mira nan crece bira grand, y Briesen. Su hobby ta piscamento y servicio den Departamento Me-
atrobe bolbe pa haya yiu di nan mes. tenemento di hoffi. dico di Lago.


I Raton di Anochi
(Continua di pagina 6) cummnnza colecta animalito na edad
pero cu raton di anochi tin e sistema di siete anja. Tempo cu e tabatin
complica aki den su cabez cu ta diez-cuatro anja el a haya un trabao
menos cu mei duim largo. "Ainda pa part di dia na Bronx Zoo pa haya
hende master un caha basta grand mas experencia. Su topico principal
pa e sistemanan di radar y sonar di di studio tabata zoologia na Colo-
awendia," el a bisa. rado A & M, y despues el a haya su
Dr. Van Gelder a bisa cu el a haya grado como maestro y doctor na Uni-
dos distinto clase di raton di anochi versidad di Illinois. Dr. Van Gelder a
na Quadirikiri. "Ora bo drenta," el a afilia cu e Departamento di Mami-
bisa, "bo ta mira esun clase ta bula fero di e museo na 1956 y actual-
rond. Esaki ta e parti di e promer y mente tabata cu un beca di Natural
segunda sala di e cueba. E raton di Science Foundation pa studia e mam-
anochi aki aparentemente ta un co- puritonan cu ta biba den Hemisfero
medor di nectar, of stuifmeel di flor. Sur. El a examma coleccionnan den
Den e salanan mas aden den e cueba museonan Sur Americano y haci
tin un otro sorto di raton di anochi, nota tocante distribution di clasenan
un comedor di insecto." di mampurito. Detayenan a inclui
Den complete obscuridad, e come- tambe portretnan di cuero y midi-
dornan di insecto por descubri in- mento di cabez di e bestianan. El a
sectonan chikito como diez-cinco pia colecta hopi iformacion. Ora esaki
ieuw cu nan sistema di "sonar." E ta cla podiser e ta bolbe haci un
otro clase, esun cu ta come stuifmeel otro bishita na Sur America pa co-
di flor, ta manera maribomba. Nan lecta su mes muestranan. Dr. Van
ta come stuifmeel di flor y ta plama Gelder eventualmente lo ta capaz pa
esaki di un pa otro y asina nan ta establece e cantidad exacto di clase-
vacuna e flornan. nan di mampurito den Sur America.
Dr. Van Gelder a sonrei ora el a
word puntra si e frase bieuw, "ciego SAFETY RECORD
manera un raton di anochi," tabata (Continued from page I)
correct. "No necesariamente," el a injury. The 231-day record period ex-
contesta. "E calidad di vista di raton ceeded 1957's 180-day run, but
di anochi ta varia. Algun raton di 6,520,829 manhours were worked
anochi di Europa tin masha bon vis- during the latter period compared to
ta. Esun di Aruba tin vista masha 5,736,764 manhours for last year's
pober. Nan por distingui claridad for record run.
di obscuridad y esey ta tur." Lago's safety honors can only be
Ora el a word bisa cu e number attributed to the safe work habits of
na Papiamento pa e bestianan aki ta its employees as directed and super-
"raton di anochi," Dr. Van Gelder a vised by a safety-conscious manage-
bisa cu e raton di anochi no tin mas ment. From executive through super-
similaridad cu raton cu hende tin. visor to employee have been directed
"E cos aki ta socede den tur idioma. accident prevention and promotion
Na Aleman su number ta "fleder- programs of wide scope and infinite
maus," raton bulado, pero e no ta detail. Safety at Lago has been pro-
familia di raton." El a agrega cu ra- mulgated through the use of safety
ton di anochi probablemente a bini dt talks, news letters, safety slips and
un otro linja di animal, accident investigation. All employees
"Raton di anochi no ta bruha den are issued a Manual of Safe Prac-
cabei di hende muher tampoco," el tices to guide them in creating safe
a bisa. "Esaki tambe ta un storia work situations. They are issued saf-
bieuw. Hopi vez ora mi ta colecta ety equipment for personal protec-
nan, mi master a pone nan bao mi tion; job training is integrated with
sombre pa tene mi man liber. E ra- proven safe work methods.
tonnan di anochi ta un bestia chikito Lago's safety program through the
cu no ta haci danjo y ta beneficia years has enabled the company to
humanidad door di col insecto y va- win six first-place awards in the
cuna fruta y flornan." National Safety Council Contest in
E studio di animal ta un carera competition with group A petroleum
largo pa Dr. Van Gelder. Un hor- companies and to earn eleven NSC
her hoben, den su trinta anja, el a Awards of Honor.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


January 27 1982


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS January 27. 1962


Island-Wide Basketball

Competition Underway

On Sport Park Court
Familiar sounds of basketball
court action rolled over Lago Sport
Park Jan. 15 when the 1962 Island-
Wide Basketball Competition start-
ed. Competing on the courts were
the class A teams of Aruba Juniors
and N.W.I. Stars and the girls teams
of Valiant and Aruba Juniors. In the
men's contest, N.W.I. Stars ball-
players ended court action ten points
ahead of the Aruba Juniors. Final
score was 41 to 31.
Neither girl's team scored more
than ten points. Aruba Juniors de-
feated Valiant 9 to 8 in the low-
scoring contest.
Five class A teams and six class B
teams are competing as well as four
teams representing girl basketbal-
lers. Six games have been played in-
cluding the opener. For the remain-
der of the month-long competition,
games will be played Jan. 29 and 31
and Feb. 2, 5, 7, 9, 12, 14 and 16. Two
contests will be played each night,
the first scheduled to start at 7:30.
Class A teams competing are Aruba
Juniors, N.W.I. Stars, Don Bosco,
Noord Central and Plymouth. Class
B teams are Plymouth, Boca Chica,
RCA, Commandersbaai, Noord Cen-
tral and Aruba Juniors. Vying for
the top trophy in the girls' league are
Aruba Juniors, Valiant, Estrella and
Non-Stop.

Jersey Standard Sets

Records in Producing,

Refining, Sales in 1961
Worldwide volumes of product
sales, production of crude oil and
refinery crude runs for 1961 were
the highest in Jersey Standard's
history, and earnings improved for
the third consecutive year, M. J.
Rathbone, president of Standard Oil
Company (New Jersey) said recent-
ly in a year-end review and outlook.
Mr. Rathbone also expressed con-
fidence and optimism in regard to
the Jersey earnings outlook, point-
ting out that the company plans
capital expenditures in 1962 of nearly
$1,200 million. He noted that this
program would probably establish a
new company record, exceeding the
$1,131 million spent by Jersey in
1957.
"Very substantial levels of capital
investment are constantly needed to
maintain the efficiency of operations
and for modern facilities in support
of expanding markets for products,"
Mr. Rathbone said.
"Moreover, by these expenditures,
we will improve the quality and
performance of our existing prod-
ucts, provide for the entry of Jersey
affiliates into new markets, and ex-


AN ARUBA Juniors player is flanked by two mem- UN HUNGADOR
bers of the N.W.I. Stars squad as he tries, left, for a para mei-mei di d
shot. The Stars won the opening game 41-31. Also el ta purba, robe;
featured in the LSP basketball opener was a contest, habrimento tabat
right, between Valiant and the Aruba Juniors girl's nina di Valiant
squads. A Valiant player is guarded by two Aruba hungador di Valia
Juniors in the game won by AJ 9-8. di Aruba Jut


I RECORD DI SEGURIDAD Esso Research A Spaar
(Continua di pagina 1 $197,000 door di Huur
tabata 1960 tempo cu tabatin 506 Patin pa Projecto
Maske e cantidad mas largo di Un combenio inusitado di huur in-
oranan traha durante cual no a so- volviendo $200,000 di platinum a haci
cede accident incapacitante ta ainda possible pa cientista y ingemeronan
ariba boeki como un record di 1957, na Esso Research pa complete un
empleadonan di Lago e establece e project cu di otro forma podiser lo
perodo mas largo anja pasa sin un a worde posponi pa motibo di su


accidente ncapacitante. E record di
231 dia ta pasa esun di 180 na 1957,
pero durante e ultimo period aki
6,520,829 ora a worde traha compare
cu 5,736,764 ora pa e record di anja
pasa.
E acomplecimento di Lago den ter-
reno di seguridad por worde atribui
solamente na e costumbernan di se-
guridad di su empleadonan manera
nan ta worde dirigi door di un direc-
tiva conciente di seguridad. For di
director pa medio di supervisor y
empleado a worde dirigi programa-
nan di prevention di accident y pro-
mocion di seguridad, cual ta amplio
den esfera y infinite den detaye. Se-
guridad na Lago a worde promulga
door di uso di charla di seguridad,
carta, safety slips y investigation di
accident. Tur empleado ta worde
dund un Manuario di Practiconan di
Seguridad pa guia nan pa promove
bon condicionnan di trabao. Nan ta
word duna aparatonan di seguridad
pa nan propio protection; entrena-
mento na trabao ta integrA cu me-
todonan proba di traha cu seguridad.
E program di seguridad di Lago
door di anjanan a encapacita com-
pania pa gana seis promer premio
den concursonan di National Safety


pand the number and variety of Council en competition cu compania-
products," he said. nan di petroleo den grupo A, y pa
In addition to these capital ex-, gana diez-un Premio di Honor di
penditures, Mr. Rathbone noted that NSC.
a further $200 million will be spent
and charged to income in 1962 in the NEW ARRIVALS
search for oil and gas reserves, about
half in the United States and half ALBERTSZ, Rosindo Medical; A daugh-
ter. Astrid Winalda
abroad. Plans for 1962 also con- ALMARY, Pedro D. Yard: A son, Rudert
Rafael
template research expenditures of MADURO. Lus Mech. Boiler; A son.
some $80 million. Pedro Obispo
earning November 27
Jersey's earnings gain in 1961. RASMIJN. Mario Machinist; A son. Car-
Mr. Rathbone said, could be attri- los Rafael Gustavo
buted to operating efficiency im- KELLY. Cristobal Carpenter: A so",
Stanley Christopher
provements and to the increase in QUANT, Hoze L. Metal Trades: A daugh-
sales volumes of products. ter. Letitia Janet
November 28
"Quite significant to the earnings ECKMEYER, Anselmo F. Storehouse: A
gain for 1961," Mr. Rathbone added, S"o" Frankin Gregory Ramphia
SEMELEER. Pedro Electrical: A daugh-
"has been an increase of more than ter. Marlene Diana
eight per cent for Jersey's world- IART. Enirto V. LOF: A son. Hubert
wide crude production. In late 1961 November 30
the first crude from Jersey's wholly- Roes. Adriano Machinist; A daughter.
Lucia Marlyn
owned Libyan producing affiliate be- December I
gan to flow to world markets." FARO. Enrique A. TSD Lab.; A son,
SEnrique Antonius
Looking ahead to prospects for the RUIZ. Hose G Instrument: A daughter.
oil industry, generally, Mr. Rath- V'.ian M ricella
MADURO. Venancio Cracking: A son
bone said: "We see continuing ex- Mike Venana
pension of total demand for crude HASSELL. Thomas R. Acid & Edel.: A
daughter, Glenda Louise
oil and products in the free world... December 2
Demand abroad is expected to im- SIMIEER. Epifanio G. LOF A daugn-
ter, Shirley Lillian Sallette
prove at a rate averaging between, Dcemnber 3
six and seven per cent, while for the INESiA. Blacio N. Carpenter; A daugh-
siter, sandra Elizabeth
whole free world, the rate of in- WINTERDAL. Victoriano Electrical: A
crease in the next few years is anti- daughter. Swnda Marvel
cipated to be between four and five MARCHENA, Daniel B. Mech. Yard: A
per cent a growth in which Jersey E Nicoaa J. Mech. Yard: A daugh'
expects to participate fully." ter. Lina lmelda


Competicion Insular di

Basketball A Habri na

Lago Sport Park Jan. 15
E movecion familiar di wega di
basketball tabata domuna na Lago
Sport Park Jan. 15 ora cu e competi-
cion insular di basketball a habr.
Compitiendo ariba e canchanan ta-
bata e equiponan di clase A di Aruba
Juniors y N.W.I. Stars, y e equiponan
di much muher di Valiant y Aruba
Juniors Den e concurso masculine,
N W.I. Stats a gana cu diez punto
arlba Aruba Juniors. E anotacion ta-
bata 41 pa 31.
Ningun di e equiponan femenna a
anota mas cu diez punto. Aruba
.Juniors a derota Valiant 9 pa 8
Cinco equipo di clase A y sets
equipo di clase B ta competiendo y
tambe cuatro equipo representando
hungadornan femenina di basketball.
di basketball di Aruba Juniors ta Seis wega a worde hunga caba, n-
los miembro di N.W.I. Stars mientras cluyendo e wega di habrimento.
z, pa un tirada. Tambe ariba e dia di Equ,ponan di clase ta Aruba Jun-
in un wega entire equiponan feme- lors, N.W.I Stars, Don Bosco, Noord
y Aruba Juniors, banda drechi. Un Central y Plymouth Equiponan di
ant ta bao vigilancia di dos hungador clase B ta Plymouth, Boca Chica,
niors, quien a gana e wega 9-8. RCA, Commandeursbaat, Noord Cen-
tral y Aruba Juniors. Competlendo
Ipa e trofeo den division fememna ta
I ARUBA BATS Aruba Juniors, Valiant. Estrella v
(Contuined from page 6) Non-Stop.
"Bats don't get entangled in women'sL A pvnorta Ma
hair either," he said. "This is also an nago A Exporta Mas
age-old myth. Many times while col- Di 174 Milion Barril
electing, I've had to put them under
my hat to keep my hands free. The Di Producto na 1961
Aruba bats are actually innocuous Anja pas, Lago a exporta on
little creatures and benefit mankind total di 174387673 barrel di pro-
by catching insects and spreading ductonan d etroleo a mas c se-


costo exceso y spaar $197.000 pollen."
acerca tambe. The study of mammals has been a
E project tabata involve trata- life-long career for Dr. Van Gelder.
mento di crudo den un plant piloto, In his early thirties, he began col-
durante cual e crudo tabata pasa bao lecting ammals at age seven When
2,400 grado di Fahrenheit. Na e tem- he was just fourteen he got a part-
peratura alto aki, oxides di metal time job in the Bronx Zoo to gain
ta forma na canto di e reactor di e further experience He majored in
plant, causando corosion severe, zoology at Colorado A & M then got
No tabatin tempo pa desaroya un his master's and doctor's degrees at
material a prueba di corosion pa fura the University of Illinois. Dr. Van
muraya di e reactor, y tampoco e Gelder joined the museum's Depart-
cientistanan por a permit pa e data ment of Mammology in 1956 and was
di nan test worde afecta door di re- on a Natural Science Foundation
accionnan catalyze door di muraya grant in his study of skunks that
di e vasija. inhabit the Southern Hemisphere In
Pesey nan a busca un material South America he examined museum
disponible cu por forma un furo efi- collections and made notes on dis-
caz pa e reactor. Platinum, segun nan tribution of skunk species. Data also
a combine, tabata e contest. included photographs of skins and
Tabatm solamente un contrarie- skull measurements He said he had
dad; e ta costa $84 pa Troy ons y collected a million pieces of data
suficiente pa fura e reactor lo costa When this is gleaned he may under-
$200,000. Cumpramento di e platinum take another tour of South America
tabata for di question, pesey e com- to collect his own specimens. Dr.
pania a tuma contact cu un abaste- Van Gelder hopes he will eventually
cedor di platinum y nan a traha un be able to establish the true number
combenio segun cual Esso Research, of distinct skunk species in South
en efecto, lo huur e metal. America and map out their places of
E compania en actualidad a cum- habitat.
pra e platinum, pero e contract ta-: He described the unique way a
bata stipula cu e abastecedor lo, skunk defends itself by spraying a
bolbe cumpre'le ora el caba di sirbi clinging, obnoxious odor from glands
su obheto. under its tail. The foul odor must
Una vez e metal tabata install den wear off, he said, thus causing much
e reactor, no a result mas problema. discomfort "This defense is quite
Ora Esso Research a acumula tur e effective against other animals and
data cu e tabatin master, e reactor man. I once saw a grizzly bear back
a word desarma y manda pa e abas- off a trail when a skunk came
tecedor pa kita e platinum. along "


CLOSE FRIENDS and Lago associates fted M. Quandt, doFlman in
Process-Receiving and Shipping-Wharves, at a recent retirement lunch-
eon. Left to right are T. M. Binnion, L. F. Ballard, F. J. Dunbar, H.
Quandt, R. Quandt, L. M. Wever and Mr. Quandt.
AMIGONAN INTIMO y companjeronan di trabao na Lago a festeja M.
Quandt, dockman den Process-Receiving & Shipping-Wharves, na un
comida di despedida.


tenta pais y clientenan special. Usan-
do e media di cuarenta y dos galon
di Estados Unidos pa bal il, e total
astronomico ta cast siete y mitar
billion galon
Desde invencion di imprenta nlo-
vible. redactornan den henter mundo
ta laga nan imagination traha sin
limite ora nan wolde confront cu
cifranan di tur sorto Tunma, por
ehemplo, e cifranan di exportacion di
Lago pa 1961 E cifranan simple-
mente ta much grand pa e lector
promedio realize Clentos di millions
of varlos biliones, den sui mes, no ta
duna e lector impression concrete
Tumando un poco libertad editorial
laga nos bisa cu nos tin un auto
imagnarno cu ta core binti milla pa
cada galon di azeta di Lago IE ta
kima tur cos for di fuel oil pa naph-
tha special). Si e lector ta posee un
tal auto y tabatin henter e exporta-
cion di 1961 na su comando, el por
corre tin total di 146,485.645,320 mnl-
la pronier cu su gasoline caba

Viaje Pa Luna
Ainda no ta in ilustracion con-
creto, asina laga nos bat on tiki mas
leuw Nos lector, den si auto ima-
ginario, ta decide cu el kler haci al-
gun viaje pa lina, cual ta un dis-
tancia promedio di 238,857 milla leuwi
for di Wilmington. Ohio Cuanto vi-
ale bai y bolbe el por haci? En efec-
to, ningun Cu ningun calidad di ima-
ginacion nos por traha tin camina pa
luna Pero si n-,s tabata por anto '
lector lo por bat y bolbe 307,743 vez
usando tur e exportacion di Lago pa
1961 Ainda e ilustracion aki pro
worde haci mas concreto Un otto
modo di bise'le ta cu 307.743 motoi-
ista cada uno per hac tin viaje hba y
hini pa luna cI e exportacion di 1961
Irrespe(to con c lectou ta visiializa
e expoitarion di Lago pa 1961, e to-
tal ta keda astlonoi, lico Siete client,
por ehemplo, a (unipia Intas di cnco
nation barrel cada uno di producto-
nan di Lago anja pasa Cast cuiaren-
ta y dos mnilon barril a wvode ex-
porta pa Esso Standard Oil Comp-
any y casi binti-nuebe million barril
a word embarca pa clientenan na
Estados Unidos Di e total, (asi ocho
nilton barril a word export pa
bunkers international. Canada a haya
nlas di slete nulton barril, y puco mas
di sets million barrel a word export
pa Brazil A worde expor-t pa Gran
Bretanja y Alernania poco mas di
cinco milton barrel cada uno E lista
di clientenan ta varia for di Algeria
pa terrenonan di caza bayena Casi
un million barril a worde export an-
ja pasa pa e terrenonan aki


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


January 27, 1962