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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: March 10, 1962
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March 10, 1962 :


Diez-Nuebe Candidate A
Cuminza Entrenamento

Pa Tugmate di Lago Feb.19
E progiama di Lago pa entrena-
mento di Tugmate a cuminza oficial-
mente Feb 19 ora division y group
heads di Marine y Industrial Rela-
tions Departments, hefenan di otro
departamentonan di Lago y e diez-
nuebe candidatonan den e program
a reuni ru Vice Presidente F. C. Do-
novan na Marine Training Center
Den e lokaal di klas, de(orA cu
bandeia di senjal y otro aiticulonan
di entrenamento, e candidatonan a
tende di Sr. Donovan cu Lago a de-
dica hopi atencion na e program di
entrenamento pa tugmate y tabatin
confianza den e beneficionan cu e lo
trece tanto pa compania como pa e
participantenan cu sail cu exito. El
a bisa nan cu e obhetivo principal di
e program tafata pa eventualmente
pasa e trabao di maneha touwboot di
Lago na Antilianonan of Surinam cu
ta cualifica pa haci e trabaonan aki
Sr. Donovan a word introduce
door di Marine Manager J H. Brown
III, kende a laga tambe H, H. Gang.
coordinator di piograma y hefe di
Floating Equipment Division, dirigi
su mes bievemente na e candidato-
nan tocante e detallenan general di
trabaonan di captannan di remolca-
dor na Lago.
Revista di Entrenamento
Un revista complete di e entrena-
mento cu candidatonan lo recibi a
worde duna door di Capt. L. Wise y
Capt. J. H Mitchell, captannan di
touwboot na Lago, kendenan lo ad-
ministra y duna instruction den e
program nobo Capt. Wise, kende
eventualmente lo word reemplaza
pa Capt Mitchell como administra-
dor di e program, a duna e candida-
tonan un splicacion di e entrena-
mento teoretico y practice cu nan lo
recib den promer seis luna. Tambe
a worde splihc e selection cu lo
worde haci na Augustus di e anja
aki ora aptitud pa trabao teoretico
y practice lo determine e diez-dos cu
lo continue den e program di en-
trenamento. E obheto pa e diez-dos
cu cualifica pa entrenamento avanzd
lo ta pa pasa examennan di gobierno
pa hanja licencia adecuado pa ser-
vicio den haaf di San Nicolas y Cu-
racao Control Area y hanja clasifi-
cacion como tugmate na Lago.
E program general di entrena-
mento lo culmma den diez-dos tug-
mate completamente cualifica y en-
trena cu lo word poni den comando
(Continua na pagina 2)


Nine Employees and Widow Share CYI

SCapital Awards of FIs. 5535 Feb. 15

M. Garrido, Top 1961 Suggester, Is Awarded

Largest Capital Award in History of CYI Plan
The largest single capital award in the history of Lago's Coin Your
Ideas Plan was presented to M. J. Garrido, mechanic A in Mechanical-
Machinist, at capital award ceremonies Feb. 15. The top suggested for
1961 received a check for Fls. 1760 from President W. A. Murray at
ceremonies attended by seven either capital award winners, members of
Lago's executive committee and CYI
committee, and supervisors of the winners the previous year because of
suggesters. Lago's increased savings in 1961.
Capital awards were granted to a Th company's gross savings are
total of nine employees and the wife mde cup of actua savings from
made up of actual savings from
of a deceased employee. The grand tangible suggestions and estimated
total paid to the ten recipients was
Fls. 5535 or Fls. 805 more than savings from intangible ideas adopt-
e la-t aw 5 o Fste. 8ed for use. In the latter category are
Awarded last year. such worthwhile improvements as
S In addition to Mr. Garrido, the such othlimie improvements as
special CYI payments were awarded ideas that eliminate safety hazards
special CYI payments were awarded n p
THE WIDOW of E. Wester, former Mechanical-Yard corporal B, accepts at the Feb. 15 program to M. Sand, or enhance operating and working
a Fs. 240 capital award from CYI Secretary C. E. Lacle. Observing the technical assistant in Mechanical- conditions
proceedings is one of her sons. The late Mr. Wester's initial award for Instrument, who received Fs. 725 Mr. Garrido's record-breaing cap-
Fls. 300 was made last March, four months after his death. H. Leonce, assistant operator in ital award nearly matched the total
VIUDA DI E. Wester, anteriormente Mechanical-Yard corporal B, ta rocess-Receiving and Shipping of his two initial awards of Fl. 2200.
acepta un premio di Fls. 240 for di secretario di CYI C. E. Lade. Obser- awarded Fla. 600; J. F. Ever, fore- The adoption of both ideas saved
vando na e occasion ta un di su yiunan. E premio initial di Sr. Wester man in MechanicalMachinist, maintenance manhours and reduced
man in Mechanical- Machinist, E onoceme o na LagoH won
defunto tabata suma na Fls. 300 y a worde entregi na Maart di anja Fls. 510; H. Gomes, operator in down-time of mobile cranes. He won
pashi, cuatro luna despues di su fallecimento. Process-Cracking and Light Ends, 1450 in May and his first CYI-



STSD-Laboratories, Fls. 275, and N. (Continued on page )
Werleman, assistant operator in
O h ndtProcess-Cracking and Light Ends, c d i Se
Of six employees who announced retirement plans recently, all have Fls. 245. In addition, L. van Esch, eord di Sa
more than thirty years of Lago service but one; he lacks just three and assistant operator in Process-Light onot pa New York
one-half months of reaching the impressive thirty-year mark. Retiring Oils Finishing, will receive a Fls. 560
subsequently will be James 0. Wilson, Ethyl blender helper in Process- capital award upon his return from Refining Coordination
Light Oils Finishing, who left Lago Feb. 28. At retirement, he'll have vacation. Refining Coordination Depart-
twenty-nine years, eight months and The tenth capital award check was ment di Standard Oil Co. (N.J.),
fourteen days of Lago service. Mr. Wilson moved back and forth delivered by C. E. Lacle, CYI sec- door di oficinanan di J. J. Way-
Feb. 28 was also the last work day from the Commissaries, where he retary, to Mrs. Laura Wester, Sa- bright y A. T. Rynalski, a duna
for Walter D Huffman, foreman in started Aug. 27, 1930, and Mechani- bana Grandi 41, wife of the late El- reconocemento na Lago tocante
Process-Cracking and Light Ends, cal-Pipe until his transfer to Process- dorado Wester. Mrs. Wester receiv- nan cumplimento di e anja mas
who will have nearly thirty-six Utilities in 1936. From a laborer C'ed Fls. 240 based on her deceased seguro den historic di Lago. Fe-
years of sei vice when he retires. he advanced to an ice plant helper husband's initial award of Fls. 300. licitacion a word extend "pa


Leaving at the end of this month for
subsequent retirement will be James
M Rosborough, acting assistant div-
ision superintendent in Process-Light
Oils Finishing, and George B. Ma-
thews, division superintendent-Crafts
in Mechanical Administration. Mr
Rosborough will have nearly thirty-
three years of Lago service when he
retires as will Mr. Mathews.
Retiring April 1 will be Ezequiel
Kock, pipefitter A in Mechanical-
Pipe, and Leon M. Thijzen, foreman
in Mechanical-Metal Crafts. Mr.
Kock will have nearly thirty-seven
years with Lago. Mr. Thijzen will
leave after thirty-two years with
the company.


B. After a break in service, Mr. Wil-
son was assigned to Process-LOF as
a laborer in 1943. He became an
Ethyl blender helper in 1956.
Mr. Huffman began his company
career Feb. 24, 1925, with Standard
Oil Company (Indiana). He joined
Lago May 12, 1930, as a second class
helper in the Pressure Stills. He be-
came an operator third class in 1934
and was promoted to assistant oper-
ator in 1937. From Hydro Poly oper-
ator he moved to Process-Cracking
and Light Ends in 1943 as a shift
breaker for shift foremen. Mr. Huff-
man was promoted to shift foreman
in 1947 and process foreman in 1954.
(Continued on page 8)


The idea had been submitted in 1958
but couldn't be put in use untilI
March, 1961, four months after Mr.
Wester's death.
Because total awards for 1961 were
approximately FIs. 3000 greater than
1960 CYI payments, company sav-,
ings for the year from adopted and
installed ideas greatly exceeded sav-
ings for the previous year. In 1961,'
a total of 303 ideas were accepted
for awards which totaled Fls. 19,790.
The ten who qualified for capital
awards to be eligible an employee
must receive Fls. 300 or more for all
his ideas accepted and installed dur-
ing the yea. shared a larger cap-
ital award jackpot than the fifteen


obtencion di un magnifico record
di seguridad asina."
En parte, e carta na Presidente
W. A. Murray ta bisa: "Nos ta-
bata content di tende cu em-
pleadonan di Lago a haci 1961 e
anja mas seguro den historic di e
refineria. E honor di ta a la vez
e refineria mas seguro den hemis-
ferio occidental durante anja den
su clase no ta, naturalmente, al-
go strafio pa empleadonan. E re-
cord di seguridad di Lago cu con-
sistentemente ta excelente den
anjanan cu a pasa ya a gana pa
empleadonan un distinction halto
entire refinerianan."


A VISIT to Lago was on the agenda for the attorney general and a member of the sup-
reme court of the Netherlands when they were in Aruba in mid-February. Accompanying
them were several members of the judiciary of the Netherlands Antilles. President W. A.
Murray listens to W. R. Boom, left photo, attorney general of the Netherlands Antilles.
The Lago president converses with Attorney General G. E. Langemeijer, center photo, of
the supreme court of the Netherlands. At right, M. E. Fisk, newly-appointed vice-president
of the Antilles Chemical Company, greets F. J. de Jong, left, of the Dutch supreme court.


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UN BISHITA na Lago tabata ariba agenda pa e procureur-general y un miembro di corte
supreme di Holanda cu a bishita Aruba mei-mei di Februari. Hunto cu nan tabatin varies
miembro di judiciario di Antillas Neerlandes. President W. A. Murray ta scucha W. R.
Boom, foto robez, procureur-generaal di Antillas Neerlandesas. E president di Lago ta den
conversation cu Procurador General G. E. Langemeijer, foto centro, di e corte supremo di
Holanda. Banda drechi, M. E. Fisk, vice president nobo nombra di Antilles Chemical Com-
pany, ta saluda F. J. de Jong, robez, miembro di e corte supremo Holandes.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS March 10, 1962


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


Simple Formula Used
For Capital Awards
The method of determining cap-
Ital award payments has been in
use since the inception of Lago's
revised CYI Plan, adopted in
November, 1959. Employees who
qualify for capital award pay-
ments share a percentage of the
company's gross savings from
suggestions adopted and installed
during the year. Actual savings
from ideas must be accrued by
the company so that a percentage
can be distributed to capital
award winners In 1960 and 1961.
five per cent of all savings from
all ideas made up the capital
award jackpots. A capital award
winner shares proportionately in
the jackpot. The greater his ini-
tial awards, the greater his cap-
ital award.
The awards are calculated from
a simple formula. The capital
award winner's initial savings are
divided into the total savings ot
all capital award recipients. The
resultant is multiplied times five
per cent of the company's gross
savings for the year.
Following last year's practice
of announcing this savings for-
mula early in the year, Lago
management has again approved
the five per cent figure for use in
calculating 1962 capital awards.

CAPITAL AWARDS
(Continued from page 1)
by notching the shaft and welding
cleats on the hub to fit the notches.
In September, he became the first
repeat CYI-of-the-Month winner with
his Fls. 750 idea to increase the
number of hub retaining cap screws
from two to four on the F-2 crane.
Mr. Sand's initial award was
Fls. 900 for the adoption of his idea
of a self-designed tester to speed up
the maintenance of the Automatic
Distillation Apparatus. Mr. Leonce's
capital award of Fls. 600 was based
on his initial Fls. 750 award for his
suggestion to mount strainers on the
suction side of an air pump similar
to the six-inch strainers used on
units. This has stopped rags and
other objects from fouling pump
valves.
The suggestion to install a ten-inch
valve and elbow on a present stub at
the discharge lateral on pump No.
1832 to the sixteen-inch jet fuel line
was worth a Fls. 700 initial award
to Mr. Van Esch, another CYI-of-


the-Month winner last year.


Methodist Church Group

Given First Aid Course

By Medical Center Nurse
Under the tutelage of M. H. Rebel,
assistant chief nurse in the Employee
Medical Center, twelve members of
the Methodist Church in San Nicolas
finished a sixty-hour first aid course.
The last evening session all ses-
sions were held at the Reception
Center was conducted Feb. 22
Mr. Rebel's instruction followed
first aid training methods of the
American Red Cross and the Nether-
lands system. The class members
were instructed in all facets of
emergency first aid treatment. They
were taught the best methods for
first aid treatment of cuts, strains,
sprains, fractures and burns. Im-


AT THE opening of the Tugmate Training Program NA HABRIMENTO di e program di entrenamento pa
Feb. 19, Vice President F. C. Donovan said he expects tugmate Feb. 19, Vice Presidente F. C. Donovan a bisa
both Lago and successful candidates to benefit from cu el ta spera cu tanto Lago como e candidatonan
the intensive program. With Marine Manager J. H. exitoso lo beneficial di e program intensive. Cu Marine
Brown III, center at right, are Capt. J. H. Mitchell and Manager J. H. Brown III, centro banda drechi, ta Capt.
Capt. L. Wise, right, program leaders. J. H. Mitchell y Capt. L. Wise, banda drechi.


proved methods of applying artificial
respiration, including mouth-to- TUgmate Training Program Commencs I CANDIDATO DI TUGMATE
mouth resuscitation, were also 0 t d p 1)
taught.(Continua di pagia 1)
taught. Feb. 19 for Nineteen Lago Candidates diectoCd un di e touwbootnan d
b Lago bao direccion di un tugmaster
Miembronan di Iglesia Lago's Tugmate Training Program officially commenced Feb. 19 di warda. E trabao prince al t
Metodista Instrul den when division and group heads of the Marine and Industrial Relations tugmates licencia lo ta pa dunasu-
di Departments, heads of the other Lago departments and the nineteen pervision y direction pa asisti den
omer A Rebel program candidates met with Vice President F. C. Donovan at the maramento losmento to e
Marine Training Center. ;di bapor. Nan lo worde licencia y
Bao direction di M. H. Rebel, as- In the main classroom, replete lentren a pa navega nan barco pa
sistant chief nurse di Employee Med- with signal flags and other nautical the government tests to obtain li- cualkier punto den Curacao Control
ical Center, diez-dos miembro di Ig- training aids, the candidates were ses suitable for service in San N- Area cual ta clu Bonare Islanan
lesia Me San Nicolas a told by Mr. Donovan that Lago had service in San Ni- Area coal ta inclul Bonare, Islanan
lesia Metodista na San Nicolas a told by Mr. Donovan that Lago had colas Harbor and the surrounding Monki y e awanan dilanti costa north
complete un curso di sesenta ora den given much thought to the tugmate area and to earn classifications as di Venezuela y Colombia.
promer auxilio. E ultimo session di training program and was confident Lago tugmates. Entrenamento teoretico ta word
anochi, tur a worde teni na Recep- of the benefits it would give to both i duna na tur diez-nuebe candidate du-
tion Center, tabata Feb. 22. the company and successful partici- The over-all training program will
E instruction di Sr. Rebel a sigui pants. He told them the training culminate in the twelve fully cens- eses a te da
metodonan di entrenamento di pro- program's primary goal was to even- ed and trained tugmates being plac- di Marine Officeng Center dilanti
ed in direct command of one of di Marine Office. E piograma, cl ta
mer auxilio di Cruz Roja Americano tually hand over the job of running:e masha extenso, ta valla for di mate-
y e sistema Holandes. E miembro di Lago tugs to the Netherlands An- Lagos tugs under the supervision of maha extenso, ta va orol ae-
klas a worde instrui den tur fase di tilleans who qualify. a shift tgmaster Primary duties of I mateca navegaclon, meteo ologia ar-
"n:thesea hcepnsd tug-mates wil be gv- -InChltectuira naval. cdencia nautca v
tratamento di emergencia. Nan a Duties of Trainees these licensed lamar E candidatonan
worde sinja e mehor metodonan pa Mr. Donovan had been introduced ing supedrvlson and direction to as- l recbi entrenamento tmanbe den
trata corta, rekmento, salimento di by Marine Manager J. H. Brown III, sist in docking, undocking and tow- lo recbi entenaennan dimb den
weso. fracture y kimadura. Metodo- who also had H. H Gang, program ing vessels. They will be licensed andb g generma electnnndai fi-
nan mehord di respiracion artificial, coordinator and head of the Floating trained to pilot their vessels to any geeri y
incluyendo resuscitacion di boca pa Equipment Division, briefly addressspot m the surrounding area which
boca, tambe a worde instrui. the candidates on the over-all scope takes in Bonaire Los Monges islands Hanja Praktijk
and watei s off the north coasts of
of tugmate duties at Lago. Venezuela and Colombia Pa hanja praktjk, candidatonan ta
Employees Who Contact A comprehensive picture of train- wode duna eperenca d taba
esels Should Reeie ing that candidates would receive Academic training is given to all aluba touwboot, lancha y baige. En-
VOsls S uld R iv was presented by Capt. L. Wise and nineteen candidates six mornings curasha ppafamiliarlza nan mes cu
Smallpox Vaccinations Capt. H. Mitchell, Lago tugmas- weekly from 7 am until noon n the termno di laar nan a wode av
llp V i Uio ters assigned to administer and in-] Marine Training Center, across front pa acostumbra nan mes cu for di
Precautionary measures have been struct the new program. Captain the Marine Office. The syllabus, an awoi en adelante no La vloer mas,
proposed by the Netherlands Antilles Wise, who will be eventually replac- extensive one, ranges fiom mathe- pero dek, bulkhead en vez di mu-
inspector of public health in connec- ed by Captain Mitchell as program matics, navigation, meteorology, raya, porthole en vez di ventana,
tion with numbers of smallpox cases administrator, gave the candidates naval architecture, ship's business, chart en vez di mapa Pronto nan lo
being reported internationally, an outline of the academic and prac- I seamanship to tules of the road. cuminza tiaha cll linja, no cabuya,
The measures are aimed particu- tical training they would receive the The candidates will also receive y blocks pa sinja maramento di ko-
larly at those contacting ships ar- first six months. Also explained was! training in Diesel engineering, en- nopi y procedimento di mara. Tiabao
riving in Aruba from foreign ports, the selection that would be made this gineering drawing, electricity and practice lo inclui tanibe trahamento
The public health inspector has urg- August when the aptitude for the- physics. cu naquinaria, aparatonan di paga
ed all in this category to obtain oretical and practical work will de-' candela. botonan salbabida, '.inch y
vaccination against smallpox if they termine the twelve who will continue Workapaatonan similar E candidatonan


Mr. Wever won Fls. 650 in 1961 have not been vaccinated within the
for the adoption of his method to last three years.
repair threaded necks on oxygen and At Lago this pertains especially
propane bottles. Another unusual to personnel in Process-Receiving
idea was that of capital award win- and Shippmg and the Marine Dep-
ner Gomes. He suggested the instal- artment, laboratory samplers, steve-
lation of a three-inch bypass line dores and others whose normal duties
from the bubble tower pump around may include boarding ships or hav-
the cooler inlet to the outlet on the ing personal contact with ships' per-
Combination Units. His initial award sonnel.
was Fls. 400 for savings based on Departments were asked recently
reduced tube bundle maintenance, to submit the names of individuals
Mr. Ruiz' initial awards totaled who fall in the above categories to
Fls. 370 for two ideas consolidating the Medical Department where re-
weekly reports and revising the dis- cords are being checked to determine
tribution system for drawings and those who have not been vaccinated
blue sheets. Mr. Halley had three within the last three years. Vacci-
adopted ideas in 1961 worth a total nation is being offered where ne-
of Fls. 345. All led to improved lab- cessary to unprotected individuals.
oratory procedures. During the year, Employees who feel they need small-
Mr. Werleman secured his seat on pox vaccinations because of the na-
the capital award bandwagon by ture of their work and who have not
having eight ideas adopted. His been contacted by the Medical Dep-
awards added up to just five guilders artment should make arrangements
more than the Fls. 300 required for at once to be vaccinated. Family
capital award participation. His members may obtain free smallpox
largest CYI award was Fls. 60 for vaccinations at the Lago Hospital
his idea to install check valves on clinics.
water washing connections to crude Employees who have contact with
furnaces on the Combination Units. ships and ship personnel should also
Mr. Wester's initial award of keep typhoid immunization up to
Fls. 300 resulted from the adoption date. A Norwegian tanker that call-
of his idea to prolong the life of ed at Aruba early last month arriv-
sandblast nozzles using a method to ed with a typhoid patient aboard.
rebuild worn-out nozzles. He was hospitalized.


in the tugmate training program. On the practical side, candidates lo schrob panja di bela, chip cu man,
The goal for the twelve who qualify are being given work experience raspa verf bieuwi y verf; splice y
for further training will be to pass upon tugs, launches and barges. En- sonda, y tuma inventario na tei ra y
courage to pick up the language of na lamar
Safty Achit the sea, they were told to quickly Tur e trabao practice aki ta worde
aty c ievement note that from now on it's deck not duna den cuatro tranierdia pa siman
Noted by New York floor, bulkhead not wall, porthole cu e candidatonan paiti den cuatro
not window, chart not map. Soon grupo. Mientras un grupo ta ariba
Refining Coordination they'll begin working with lines, not Esso San Nicolas y on otro anba
The Refining Coordination De- rope, and blocks to learn myriad Esso Oranjestad, di tres ta traha
apartment of Standard Oil Co. knots and rigging procedures. Prac- ariba lancha, boto di candela y otro
NJ.), through the offices of J ticall work will also include working unidadnan den Floating Equipment
J. Waybright and A. T. Rynalski, with tug machinery, fire fighting Division. Di cuatio mientras tanto
J. Waybright and A, T. Rynalski, anchor ta traha den Training Center anba
has commended the employees of equipment, lifeboat davits, anchor ta traha den Training Center ariba
Lago on accomplishing their saf- windlasses and the like The candi- ciencia nautica cu linja y blokki of
est year in Lagom s history. Con- dates will be scrubbing canvas: ta mantene e edificio np manera nau-
gratulations were extended for hand chipping, scaling and painting; tico cu mop, basora, panja di polish
"attaining such a splendid safety splicing and sounding, and taking in- E encargonan aki ta varia arlba base
record." ventories both on land and sea. semanal.
In part, the correspondence to All this practical work is assigned E candidatonan lo sinja door di
President W. A. Mucorrespondence to four afternoons of the week with the haci. Ta un proverbio di lamar cu
"We were delighted to learn that men being divided into four groups. un official nunca ta duna un orden
Lago employees have made 1961 While one group is on the Esso San pa haci un trabao cu na cualkier
the safest year in the history of Nicolas and another is on the Esso tempo den pasado el no a had su
the refinery. The honor of also Oranjestad, the third is assigned to mes.
being the safest Western Hemis- work details on launches, fireboat
bein te afstWeten s land other units in the Floating George W. Bro-n
phere refinery for the year in its and other units in the Floating George I. Brown
class is, of course, not a new or 'Equipment Division The fourth, George W Brown, 49, Mechani-
unusual one for your employees meanwhile, is working out in the cal-Yard stevedore, died Feb. 22
Lago's consistently excellent saf- training center's seamanship room after a shot illness M. Bown
ety record over the previous sev- with lines and blocks or is maintain- who is survived by his irfe and
ety record over the preous sev- ho is survived by his wife and
eral years had already won your ing the building in a seaman-like one daughter, came to Aruba
employees a high distinction manner with mop, broom and polish- from St Eustatius and joined
among refineries." ing cloth. These details rotate on a Lago twenty-four years ago
weekly basis.


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MEMBERS OF Lago's Executive Committee and the CYI Committee Chairman, above, face MIEMBRONAN di comite ehecutivo di Lago y president di e comity di CYI, robez, ta en-
eight of ten 1961 capital award winners, right, and their supervisors at special ceremonies frenta ocho di e diez ganadornan di premio grand di CYI, p'ariba, y nan superiornan du-
where it was announced that Fls. 5535 would be shared by capital award winners. rante ceremonianan special unda a worde anuncia cu Fls. 5535 lo worde reparti.


Nuebe Homber y Viuda A Comparti

Fls. 5535 na Premio Grandi di CYI
T E premio mas grand den historic di Coin Your Ideas Plan di Lago
S a word duni na M. J. Garrido, mechanic A den Mechanical-Mach-
inist, durante ceremonianan di presentation Feb. 15. E promer suger-
%o idor pa 1961 a recibi un check pa Fls. 1760 for di Presidente W. A.
PMurray na ceremonianan atendi pa site otro ganador di premio
I grand, miembronan di comitr ehecutivo di Lago y di e commit di
CYI, y superiornan di e sugeridornan. t
Premionan grand a word present na nuebe empleado y esposa
di un empleado cu a muri. E total cu a word pagi na e dieznan
rtabata Fls. 5535 of Fls. 805 mas cu anja pasa.
Ademas di Sr. Garrido, e pagonan special di CYI a word entregf
na M. Sand, technical assistant den Mechanical-Instrument, kende a
Srecibi Fls. 725; H. Leonce, assistant operator den Process-Receiving
& Shipping, Fls. 600; J. F. Wever, foreman den Mechanical-Machinist.
Fla. 510; H. Gomes, operator den Process-Cracking & Light Ends,
Fls. 320; W. E. Ruiz, Weekly Planning clerk den Mechanical-Admin-
istration, Fls. 300; T. Halley, analyst den TSD-Laboratories, Fls. 275,
y N. Werleman, assistant operator den Process-Cracking & Light
Ends, Fls. 245. Ademas, L. van Esch, assistant operator den Process-
PRESENTIN.G 1. J. Garrido, left photo, with a check PRESENTANDO Il. J. Garrido, foto robez, cu un Light Oils Finishing, lo recibi un premio grand di Fls. 560 ora el
for Fls. 1760 is President W. A. Murray. Mechanical check di FIs. 1760 ta Presidente W. A. Murray. Mech- bolbe for di vacantie.
Superintendent J. R. Proterra, left in right photo, anical Superintendent J. R. Proterra, robez den foto E di diez check a worde entregi door di C. E. Lacl6, secretario di
congratulates 31. Sand who received a capital award banda drechi, ta felicita N. Sand, kende a recibi un CYI, na Sra. Laura Wester, Sabana Grandi 41, esposa di defunto
check for Fls. 725. premio grand di Fls. 725. Eldorado Wester. Sra. Wester a recibi Fls. 240 basic ariba e premio
inicial di Fls. 300 di su esposo de-
funto. E idea a worde mandi aden
na 1958, pero no por a worde poni
na uso sino te Maart 1961, cuatro
luna despues cu Sr. Wester a fal-
lece.
Como premionan total pa 1961
tabata mas of menos Fls. 3000 mas
halto cu pagonan di CYI pa 1960,
loke compania a spaar durante an-
f ja for di ideanan adopt y poni na
uso a surpasa grandemente loke a
/ "worde gespaar durante e anja an-
terior. Na 1961 un total di 303
idea a worde acept, pa premionan
Ste un total di Fls. 19,790. E diez-
nan cu a bini na consideration pa
premio grand pa ser eligible
un empleado recibi Fls. 300 of mas
pa tur su ideanan acepti y install
durante anja a comparti un
jackpot di premio mas grand cu e
diez-cinco ganadornan di anja pa-
RELAXING WITH Carpenter Foreman F. V. Christiaans, HOLDING A capital award check for FIs. 600 is H. Leonce, left photo. P. J. Zagers si en vista di e suma mas grand
right, is W. E. Ruiz, a Fls. 300 capital award winner, chats with N. Werleman, right in right photo, who was awarded Fls. 245. gespaar door di Lago na 1961.
IREPOANDO CU Carpenter Foreman F. V. Christiaans, TENIENDO UN sheck di Fls. 600 como premio ta H. Leonce, foto robez. P. J. Zagers E spaarmento bruto di compania
banda drechi, ta W. E. Ruiz, un ganador di Fls. 300. ta combersa cu N. Werleman, banda drechi, kende a gana FIs. 245. ta consisti di loke en actualidad ta
worde gespaar for di sugerencia
palpable y spaarmento calculi for
di ideanan impalpable adopt pa
uso. Den e ultimo categoria ta cai
bon ideanan pa aumenta seguridad
y mehora condicionnan di trabao.
E premio grand di Sr. Garrido
a RV casi a yega e total di su dos pre-
mionan inicial di Fls. 2200. Adop-
cion di tur dos idea a spaar oranan
di mantenecion y a reduci tempo
cu gruanan m6bil ta afor di oper-
acion. El a gana Fls. 1450 na Mei
y su promer premio di CYI di
Luna pa su idea pa elimina studs
gasti y kibri ariba punta di as di
grua liher door di traha notch den
e shaft y weldo listen ariba e hub
U \ t pa fit. Na September el a bolbe
gana e premio di CYI di Luna cu
su idea di Fls. 750 pa aumenta e
cantidad di schroef pa tene e hub
for di dos pa cuatro ariba grua F-2.
E premio inicial di Sr. Sand ta-
LISTENING TO CYI Secretary C. E. Lacle, right, are T. Halley, Fls. 275 A CAPITAL award of Fs. 510 went to J. F. Ever, center, shown idea Fdi un tester adoptions di -
winner, and II. Gomes, Fls. 320 winner, center. conversing with Comptroller W. T. Murphy and C. R. Osborn, right. senja pa acelera mantenecion di
SCUCHANDO SECRETARIO di CYI C. E. Lacle, banda drechi, ta T. UN PREMIO grand di Fls. 510 a bai pa J. F. Wever, centro, munstrA Automatic Distillation Apparatus. E
Halley, ganador di Fls. 275, y H. Gomes, ganador di Fls. 320, centro. papiando cu Comptroller W. T. Murphy y C. R. Osborn, banda drechi. (Continua na pagina 8)
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Lago Eliminates TEL Inventory


New


Ethyl


Storage


Tanks


In


Standing left of the main refinery road
between the East Pier and No. 1 Finger
Pier is an installation unique to Lago. Con-
sisting in the main of two silver storage
tanks that do not, in the least, give a
surface impression of being unique the
installation is neither owned nor financed
by Lago yet it will reduce the company's
inventory by approximately $500,000.
The new tanks, special pumps and two
three-inch lines that make a direct 4400-
foot run to a Process-LOF blending plant
are the capital investment of the Ethyl
Corporation in the United States. Each
tank holds about 6500 tons of tetraethyl
lead compound which is the most effective
and economical agent for increasing the
octane number of motor and aviation gas-
olines.
Until this compound reaches weigh tanks
in the Ethyl Blending Plant, it belongs to
the Ethyl Corporation. The inventory in the
motor lead and aviation lead storage tanks
is to Ethyl's account. In addition to elimin-
ating its inventory of hundreds of drums
of tetraethyl lead, Lago has eliminated the
arduous and potentially hazardous job of
unloading extremely heavy drums of motor
and aviation lead. Aviation lead drums
weigh almost 1000 pounds each. There are


Service


also hazards involved in transferring te-
traethyl lead from drums in weighing and
blending operations. Workers must wear
gas masks and white rubber gloves, aprons
and boots. The highly toxic compound can
be absorbed through the skin as well as the
respiratory system.
Although Lago still has an inventory of
about 1240 drums of aviation and motor
leads, this will be eliminated as the new
system is proved out. The Ethyl Blending
Plant will remain in operation, however, to
weigh the bulk compound before it is added
to motor and aviation gasoline stocks. Lago
must weigh bulk tetraethyl lead as volum-
etric transfer is not feasible.
Curagao Drydock Company built the
tanks and installed the lines. The instal-
lation followed blueprints furnished by the
Ethyl Corporation. TSD coordinated the
job. Work started Aug. 14, 1961, and the
first bulk load of 1,300,000 pounds of avia-
tion tetraethyl lead was pumped to the
aviation lead tank from the Chemical
Trader, a special-purpose Ethyl carrier,
Feb. 3. The ship's second cargo, delivered
Feb. 25, consisted of half a million pounds
of motor lead, a month's supply at Lago,
and another 1,300,000 pounds of aviation
(Continued on page 8)


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A DIMINUTIVE British-flag special-purpose tan-
ker, the Chemical Trader, brought the first ship-
ment of bulk tetraethyl lead to Lago Feb. 3. The
vessel, left photo, delivered a part cargo of about
6500 tons of aviation TEL which was pumped to
one of two new storage tanks, right photo, built
for and owned by the Ethyl Corporation in the
United States.


AS THE new Ethl installation iti
drums ill thin .
SEG;IN E instalacion nobo di EIL
lia di drinm di Ethyl I,




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THE NEW tetraethyl lead system of storage E SISTEMA nobo di tetraethyl lead y tanki-
tanks and lines is unique at Lago. Ethyl Cor- nan di almacenaje y linjanan ta inico na
portion owns the compound until it reaches Lago. Ethyl Corporation ta donjo di e com.
weigh tanks in the blending plant, puesto te ora el alcanza tankinan.


AT A special manifold on No. 1 Finger Pier,
Chemical Trader seamen secure the ship's
manifold hose to the aviation tetraethyl lead
line. The ship's neoprene hose is metal lined.


NA I N manifold Ipecial na No. 1 Finger I
marineronanl di Chemical 'Tader ta asc~
hose di manifold di e hapor na c linja di
Iraethxl lead. E hose di ne(opiIiie di C ha


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BOTH TANKS and lines were built and Installed for Ethyl TUR DOS tanki y linja a worde traha y install pa Ethyl
by the Curagao Drydock Company and subcontractors. Even door di Curaqaosche Dokmaatschappij y sub-contratistanan.
though the lead compound is almost twice as heavy as water, 3laske e compuesto di chumbo ta casi dos vez mas pisdi cu
regular three-inch lines carry the compound to weigh tanks. awa, linja regular di tres duim ta hiba e compuesto pa tanki.


THE TWO lines run a distai
the storage tanks to the blend
yards of coral and earth had t
the lines could be protect


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hng plant. Man) cubic for
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ted in trenches.


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Lago Ta Elimina Inventario Di TEL


Tankinan


Ethyl


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thin familiar rows and stacks of Ethyl
i Et lately disappear.
h1, puirbhi, filanan > montonnan faini-
) por ultimo desparce.


UN TANKERO britanico chiquito, pa obheto spe-
cial. ta Chemical Trader, cu a trece e promer car-
gamento di tetraethyl lead pa Lago Feb. 3. E
bapor, foto ariba, a entrega parti di e cargamento
di mas of menos 6500 tonelada di TEL pa aviacion,
cual a word gepomp pa un di e dos tankinan
nobo, foto banda drechi, traha pa y propiedad di
Ethyl Corporation na Estados Unidos.


Na


Na banda robez di camina grand di re-
fineria entire East Pier y No. 1 Finger Pier
tin un instalacion inico na Lago. Consis-
tiendo mayor parti di dos tanki color di
plata cu ariba promer vista no ta duna
ningun impression di ta finico e instala-
cion no ta ni propiedad, ni a worde financiA
door di Lago, y toch e lo reduci inventario
di compania door di mas of menos
$500,000.
E tankinan nobo, pompnan special y lin-
janan di tres duim cu ta haci un conexion
director di 4400 pia pa blending plant di
Process-LOF ta e inversion di Ethyl Corp-
oration di Estados Unidos. Cada tanki ta
contene como 6500 tonelada di tetraethyl
lead compound cual ta e agent mas eficaz
y economic pa aumenta e numero di oc-
tano den gasoline pa auto y pa aeroplano.
Te ora e liquid alcanza tankinan di pisa
na Ethyl Blending Plant, e ta propiedad di
Ethyl Corporation. E inventario den e tan-
kinan ta pertenece na Ethyl. Ademas di
elimina su inventario cu ta consisti di cien-
tos di drum di tetraethyl lead, Lago a eli-
mina e trabao pisa y peligroso di baha
drumnan pisa di chumbo pa gasoline pa
auto y pa aeroplano. E drumnan di chumbo
pa gasoline di aeroplano ta pisa 1000 liber
cada uno. Tambe tin peligro di transferi-


Nobo


Di


Servicio



mento di tetraethyl lead for di drum pa
pisa y mezcla. Trahadornan mester bisti
mascara di gas y handschoen, lantera y
laars di lastiek blanco. E compuesto alta-
mente venenoso por penetra den cutis y
tambe e sistema respiratorio.
Aunke Lago ainda tin un inventario di
mas of menos 1240 drums di chumbo pa
gasoline, esaki lo worde elimina segun e
sistema nobo proba su mes. Ethyl Blending
Plant lo sigui funciona, sinembargo, pa pisa
e compuesto na bulto promer cu e word
agregA na surtido di gasoline pa auto y
pa aeroplano. Lago mester pisa e tetrathyl
lead na bulto como transferimento volume-
trico no ta deseable.
Curagaosche Dok Maatschappij a traha
e tankinan y install e linjanan. E instala-
cion tabata segun specificacionnan duna
door di Ethyl Corporation. TSD a coordina
e trabao. E project a cuminza Aug. 14,
1961, y e promer cargamento na bulto di
tetraethyl lead a worde gepomp den e tanki
di chumbo pa aviacion door di Chemical
Trader, un bapor special pa carga ethyl.
Feb. 3. E segundo cargamento di e bapor,
Chemical Trader, entrega Feb. 25, tabata
consisti di mitar million liber di chumbo pa
gasoline di auto, un surtido cu por want
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UNLIKE REGULAR petroleum tanks,
the Ethyl tanks required concrete
bases because of the compound's high
specific gravity. Shell thickness is also
greater than petroleum tank require-
ments as each tank must contain 6500
tons of tetraethyl lead.
NO MESCOS cu tankinan regular di
petroleo, e tankinan di Ethyl ta re-
queri base di concrete pa motibo di e
gravedad specific halto di e com-
puesto. E plachinan ta mas diki cu di
tanki ordinario di petroleo como cada
tanki master contene 6500 tonelada
di tetraethyl lead.


THE ENTIRE job took approximately
six months from start to finish. Each
tank is nearly twenty-eight feet high
and has a diameter of thirty-five feet.
HENTER E trabao a tuma mas of
menos seis luna, for di principio te fin.
E tanki ta casi binti-ocho pia halto y
tin un diametro di trinta-cinco pia.


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ELECTRIC SHOP employees were surprised when
they opened up a bag of rags from Holland and
found this red, white and black display swastika,
held by J. J. Palm, electrician. What appear to be
submarines breaking the surface, right, are in reality
scrapped vessels from the contact plant.
EMPLEADONAN DI Electric Shop tabata sorprendi
ora nan a habri un caha di panja bieuw for di Holan-
da y a haya e swastika aki color corrd, blanco y
preto, cual ta worde teni door di J. J. Palm, electri-
cista. Loke ta parce como submarine lamtando ariba
awa, banda drechi, ta en realidad equipo bieuw di
contact plant.


NEWS


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IN THE Lago Sport Park inter-departmental soft-
ball opener, GOB-1 took the measure of Mechanical-
Yard's squad. At bat is GOB's J. W. Hodgson.
Out at first, right, is H. LeGrand of GOB-1.
DEN E wega di habrimento di torneo interdeparta-
mental di softball, GOB-1 a enfrenta e equipo di
Mechanical-Yard. Na bate ta J. W. Hodgson di GOB. i
Na primer ta H. LeGrand di GOB-1.


THE FUN and excitement of graduation night for participants in the
"Memory Improvement" seminar were shared by 2)0 relatives and friends.


CAUGHT IN a cunucu fresh-water pool by E. G. Lennep of Mechanical-Administration
and transferred to Mr. Lennep's home aquarium was the unusual "fresh water" shrimp,
above. It is five inches in length. The Siamese-twin cashew nut, below, came from a tree
owned by I. Ras of General Services-Operations Division.
CAPTURA DEN un tanki di awa dushi den cunucu door di E. G. Lampe di Mechanical-
Administration y transfer pa aquario di Sr. Lennep na cas tabata e cabaron aki di awa
dushi, ariba. E cashu dobbel aki, abao, a worde cultivi pa I. Ras di General Services.


ELECTED TO the National Honor Society ELIGI DEN National Honor Society luna pa-
last month was Johan Eeltink, son of J. S. A. sA tabata Johan Eeltink. E hoben di klas mas
Eeltink of TSD. The Lago High School senior halto di Lago High School ta para entire e
is flanked by honor society members Meribeth otro miembronan di e sociedad di honor Men-
Morris, Donna Sue Wannamaker, Martha beth Morris, Donna Sue 1anamaker, Martha
Byington and Bonnie Fox. Byington ) Bonnie Fox.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


March 10. 1962


Switchgear Stubs at No. 1 Powerhouse


Being Replaced by Six Compact Units
No 1 Powerhouse switchgear, the majority of which has served
admirably over thirty years, is in the first stages of replacement.
Beginning in 1928, then with additions in 1929 and the early Thirties,
the maze of bars, wires, lines, boxes, switches, insulators which line
the south side of the powerhouse building, have, in the main, uninter-
-iptedly directed electric energy to
Lago's units, woik areas and build- the present series of eight.
ings The switchgear is still good It The old stubs were practically
has, however, long outlived replace- open. Their lower areas were well
rent parts. Their unavailability dic- enclosed by wire mesh, but the upper
tated the move to more compact, en- heavy rails that tied the stubs to-
closed, modern switchgear gether were open. The replacement
The sections of the 2300-volt equipment has the added safety fac-
switchgear are lefeiled to as stubs tor of being all enclosed, even the
Although they number ten, there are high connecting rails. The position of
only eight in that three are tied to- the switches is visible through a
gether as one. The stubs will be le- glass window. The long control panel,
moved in stages The first replace- which also served over thirty years,
ment stub 10 -is being corn- will be replaced by a smaller, com-
pleted. The new stub was installed pact console.
alongside the stub it replaces in The replacement program is sched-
order to keep old stub 10 in service ruled to be completed the middle of
When the installation is completed, 1963.
new stub 10 will be tied into the
powerhouse generating system and
old stub 10 cut off and dismantled.
New stub 9 will be elected in the
location foirnerly occupied by old
stub 10. When stub 9 replacement is
Installed, its numerical predecessor
will be removed The installation of
the new stubs will follow this pat-
tern
During the change over from the
old to the new, the aleas served by
the stub being replaced draw from
alternate electric sources While each
stub supplies a number of Lago fac-
ilities, they all have alternate powel
supplies in case of emergency or in
the event of maintenance work such
as the current replacement.
The switchgear replacement at No.
1 Powerhouse began last December.
The replacement of each stub takes
about two months Six new stubs
will be installed, which will replace


TO BE replaced is this long series of 2300-volt switch-
gear stubs which lines the south wall of No. 1 Power-
house. The old control panel, below right, will be
replaced by the console, below left.


PA WORDE reemplaza ta e largo series aki di stub-
nan di switch di 2300 volt cu ta linja pa zuid di No.
1 Powerhouse. E control panel bieuw, abao, ta word
reemplazA door di e console, banda drechi abao.


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THE NEW switchgear is compact and entirely en- E SWITCHNAN nobo ta compact y henteramente
closed. J. Lysner, Mechanical-Electrical, stands in cerra. J. Lysner, Mechanical-Electrical, ta pari dilanti
front of new stub 10 worked on by R. Brown and M. stub 10 nobo ariba cual ta traha R. Brown y M. Ema-
Emanuels, right, Mechanical-Electrical. nuels, banda drechi, Mechanical-Electrical.


MADURO. Anselmo Rec. & Ship.: A son.
NEW ARRIVALS Guadeloupe ee
December 13
DePALM, Escolasio B. Carpenter: A son.
December S Rosendo Lucio
PAUL, Sylvan Garage: A daughter, Ar- GEERMAN. Simon D. Lab No. 1; A
lette Gloria daughter, Shirley Soraya
KELLY. Bernardo Utilities; A daughter. December 14
Marca Catalina TROMP. Leonardo Instrument; A son,
KOCK. Prisiliano R. LOF; A daughter Hubert Eric Maria
ALDERS. Benjamin E. Cracking: A son. TRIMON, Calxto F. Machinist: A daugh-
Charles Benjamin ter. Leentje Odilia
BELLO. Celedono E.- Rec. & Ship; A DANJE. Severano TSD Lab No. 1; A
daughter daughter. Lucia Odilia
DINZEY, Charles LOF; A son TROMP. Damian Executive; A daughter.
December 7 Marisela Letitia
DeCUBA, Luis B. Yard; A daughter. HENRIETTE, Pedro Carpenter: A son.
Yvonne Bianca Elne Hector Orlando
MADURO. Estifanus Pipe: A daughter, DeCUBA, Jose Pipe: A son. Nicasio
Theodora Emiliano
HELDER, Celestino R. Utilities: A son. December 15
Rudolf Valentino WERNET, Aberto E. Instrument; A son,
VROLIJK. Roman Rec. & Ship.; A daugh- Maximino Everardo
ter. Yolanda Cristina RAS. Jacobo Pipe, A son. Maximo Eve-
SEMELEER. Andries Cracking A daugh- rardo
ter, Francl Ambrosia TROMP, Ramon H. Cracking; A daugh-
CROES. Menacio F. Paint: A daughter, ter. Lourdes Bernadeta
Maria Catharina December 16
December 9 QUANDUS. Nicolaas Gen. Serv. A son
HENRIQUEZ. Raymond Cracking: A son, BLACKBURN, Humphrey M. C. Utilities:
Hubert Roland A son. Myrddin Wilfred
December 10 December 17
WERLEMAN, Wlilbrordus Maaon, A CROES. Rudolf Mech. Yard: A son
son. David Wllfrldo Romeo Rudolf
December 11 December 18
LOEFSTOP, Ignacio T. Yard: A son, TROMP. Mario Lab No. 1: A daughter,
John Haime Ivy Evelyn
GEERMAN, Silvelstre Electrical: A son, KOCK. Luis Rec. & Ship : A son. En-
Victor Damaho iutm- Ermaiido
December 12 ANGELA. Crtptnlano Paint; A daughter,
LEVESTONE, Mathias H. A. Yard: A Lucreca Ludwvmna
daughter, Yolanda Leadocia I December 19
IENRICUS, Felix Gen. Serv., A son. STENFERT-KROESE. Johannes C. Exe-
Stanley cutive; A son. Hans Albert
MADURO, Francisco Paint; A daughter. I ARRO. Simeon E. LO:; A daughter.
Carmen Maria I Ester Evelyn


GIEL. Luis R. TSD-EIG: A daughter,
Nerisa Evangeline
LACLE. Dominico Mech. Pipe; A son,
Nemencio Ricardo
December 20
ARENDSZ, Lorencia E. Medical; A son.
Michael Iziquel
GREAUX, Theodore E. Commissary: A
daughter, Jean Mary Ann
December 22
NOEL. Christopher G. Medical: A son,
Rodney Anderson
SMITH, John R. TSD; A son, Kevin
Richard
WEBB, Jacob Paint; A son, Ronald
Jacobito Arnold
December 23
LAKE. Gaston L. Yard: A daughter.
Golene Alicia
BOEKHOUDT. Juan Carpenter: A son.
Mi.donio Victor
CROES, Juan E. Yard: A son. Juan
Servio
December 24
RAS. Joauuin Pipe: A son
NEUMAN. Ulanio A. Yard; A son.
Victor
December 2S
QUANDT. Bartolome I. Electrical: A
daughter, Vivian Dorothy
COINES. Frans Paint; A son. Jemmy
Elvis
December 26
FLEMMING, Charles H. Utilities: A son.
Adones
KAMPERVEEN. Gerardus A. L. Elec-
trical: A laughter. Agnes Ingrid
WEVER. Francisco 0. Pipe: A son.
Edwin Jacinto
RICHARDSON, Arthur I. Lab No. 2: A
son, Ivan Albert
December 27
CROES. Pedro A. Rec. & Ship.: A son,
Ruben Rolando
December 29
SCHOENFELD. Stanley Medical; A


Switchnan na No. 1 Powerhouse Ta


Worde Cambia pa Unidad Compacto

E switchnan di No. 1 Powerhouse, mayoria di cual a traha admirable-
mente durante mas cu trinta anja, ta den promer fase pa word cambia.
Cuminzando na 1928, despues cu adicionnan na 1929 y den promer
anjanan di 1930, e monton di bara, waya, linja, caha, switch, insula-
dornan cu ta linja pa zuid di edificio di powerhouse, a manda coriente
mayor parti sin interupcion pa e
plantanan, lugarnan di trabao y edi-
, .. T i .. e ta reemplaza pa per tene stub 10


i iluinan ud Lago. E swiLtchnani Lta
bon ainda. Sinembargo, ya ta hopi
tempo cu no ta haya pieza pa nan.
Como nan no ta disponible master a
cambia pa switchnan compact, cer-
ra y modern.
Seccionnan di e switchnan di 2300
volt ta conoci como stubs. Aunke
tin diez di nan, ocho sol ta worde
contd como tres di nan ta mard co-
mo uno. E stubs lo worde kitA den
fase. Esun di promer stub No. 10
ta biniendo cla. E stub nobo a
worde install a to largo di e stub cu


daughter. Tracey Anne
DeCUBA Louis D. Welding; A daugh-
ter
December 29
JARSAGARAY. Augustin Acid & Edel.;
A daughter. Gwendelyn Thomasa
LOPEZ, Martiliano Commissary: A son,
Hubert Jacilito
RAFINE, Anselmo P. Cracking; A son,
Anselmo Simeon
MULLER. Marcus iP. Paint. A daugh-
ter. Diana Jacinta
December 30
LANDSHEUVEL. Edmund R. Medical:
Twin daughters. Joan & Jane
DANIA. Matheo Mason; A son. Efigenio
Marcelino
January 2
BOEKHOUDT, Ignacio Carpenter: A son.
Raymond Leonardo
January 3
KOCK, Albeit Pipe: A daughter
RAS, Jose Rec. & Ship.: A daughter,
Nilvia
BUCHANAN. William L. TSD: A son,
James Marple
January 4
MADURO. Maximo Machinist; A daugh-
ter
TROMP. Jacinto Storehouse: A daughter
FIGAROA, Mario Storehouse; A daugh-
ter
JANSEN. Eligio M. Yard: A son
January 6
LAKE, Cornelius L. A. General Services:
A son, John Leopold Augustus
January 7
HOEK. Seferino T. Cracking; A son.
Felix Raimond
January 9
ARENDS, Adolfo M. Electrical: A
,, al-hter, Rosa Maria
WERLEMAN. Pablo R. Yard: A son,
Julian Seferino


bieuw na servicio. Ora e instalacion
ta cla, stub 10 nobo lo word conectA
den e sistema di generation di pow-
erhouse y stub 10 bieuw cortA y des-
arma. Stub 9 nobo to worde erigi na
e lugar anteriormente ocupA pa stub
10 bieuw. Ora e reemplazo pa stub 9
word install, su predesecor lo word
kita. Instalacion di e stubnan nobo lo
sigui e mes orden aki.
Durante e cambio di bieuw pa no-
bo, e lugarnan cu ta haya coriente
for di e stubnan cu ta word cambid,
ta hala for di fuentenan substitute.
Mientras cada stub ta furni un cier-
to numero di facilidadnan di Lago,
tur tin fuente alternative den caso
di emergencia of en caso di trabao
di mantenecion manera esun actual.
E cambio di switchnan na No. 1
Powerhouse a cuminza na December
di anja pasd. Cambio di cada stub
ta tuma come dos luna. Seis stub
nobo lo worde instalA, cual lo reem-
plaza e actual series di ocho.
E stubnan bieuw tabata parcial-
mente habri. Nan partinan mas abao
tabata bon cerrd cu waya di canas-
ter, pero e rails pisd ariba cu ta
mara e stubnan hunto tabata habri.
Ademas e aparatonan di reemplazo
tin e seguridad ta tur cerrd, hasta e
rails halto di conexion. Posicion di e
switchnan ta visible door di un ben-
tana di glas.

George W. Brown
George W. Brown, 49, stevedore
den Mechanical-Yard, a fallece
Feb. 22 despues di un breve en-
fermedad. Sr. Brown, kende a
laga atras su esposa y un yiu
muher, a bini Aruba for di St.
Eustatius y a cuminza traha na
Lago binti-dos anja pasa.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS March 10, 1962
March 10l, 1962


Seis Empleado cu Servicio Largo di Fremgen, Walker Advance
ag Anuncia Plan Ba In Process; Lankford,
Lago A Anuncla Plan pa Bai cu Pension DeMou Promoted in TSD
Di e seis empleadonan cu a anuncia plan pa bai cu pension reciente-
mente, tur menos uno tin mas cu trinta anja di servicio; el ta falta Promotions were announced March
solamente tres luna y mei pa alcanza e marca impresionante di trinta 1 for two men in Process-Cracking
anja. Esnan cu ta bai cu pension ta James O. Wilson, Ethyl blender and Light Ends and two Technical
helper na Process-Light Oils Finishing, kende a kita for di Lago Feb. Service Department employees. W.
28. Na tempo di su retire el lo tin E. Fremgen was promoted to proc-
binti-nuebe anja, ocho luna y dies-
cuatro dia di servicio na Lago seis anja di servicio ora el retira.
Feb. 28 tambe tabata e ultimo dia Tambe ta kits na fin dje luna aki pa
di trabao pa Walter D. Huffman, bai cu pension James M. Rosborough,
foreman na Process-Cracking & assistant division superintendent in-
Light Ends, kende lo tin casi blti terino na Process-Light Oils Finish-
ing, y George B. Mathews, division
superintendent-crafts na Mechanical
Administration. Sr. Rosborough mes-
cos cu Sr. Mathews lo tin cas trinta-
y-tres anja di servicio na Lago ora


J. 0. Wilson W. D. Huffman


G. B. Mathews


f ,k L. Th
Kock L. M. Thijzen


SIX PROMOTIONS
(Continued from page 1)
Mr. Rosborough came to Lago
Sept. 16, 1930, as a process chemist
after a year's employment with
Standard Oil Company (Indiana). He
transferred to TSD-Process Engin-
eering in August, 1945, as a group
head A. From that date until he
transferred to Process-LOF in 1952,
Mr. Rosborough was engaged mainly
in process control work. He was
promoted to assistant division super-
intendent Jan. 1, 1952, in Process-
LOF. His transfer to Process-C&LE
came in August, 1956.
Mr. Mathews' entire service career
has been spent in Aruba. He joined
Lago Aug. 25, 1929, as a machinist
and by Jan. 1, 1939, had advanced to
assistant general foreman of Mech-
anical-Machinist and Foundry. Mr.
Mathews was named general foreman
in 1947 and upon his transfer to
Mechanical-Administration in 1949
was promoted to assistant division
superintendent-Crafts. In 1956, he
was named division superintendent in
the Storehouse. He moved back to
the crafts group in Mechanical-Ad-
ministration last August.

Mr. Kock


cu nan bai cu pension.
Retirando April 1 lo ta Ezequiel
Kock, pipefitter A na Mechanical-
Pipe, y Leon M. Thijzen, foreman na
Mechanical-Metal Crafts. Sr. Kock lo
tin casi trinta-y-siete anja di ser-
vicio cu Lago Sr. Thijzen lo kita des-
pues di trinta-y-dos anja cu com-
pania.

Sr. Wilson
Sr. Wilson a traha na Comisarlo,
unda el a cuminza Augustus 27,
1930, y Mechanical-Pipe te dia cu el
a hanja transfer pa Process-Utilities


J. C. Walker


J. I. Lankford Jr. W. G. DeMouy


STetraethyl Leac
(Contilned from page 4)
lead, forty-five days supply. A spec-
ial manifold was constructed on No.
1 Finger Pier for pumping off the
lead compounds.
Each tank has an extra thick shell
and rests on a concrete base. Each is
almost twenty-eight feet high and
has a diameter of thirty-five feet.
Motors on top of the tanks are link-
ed by shafts to pumps set below the
bottom level. Every precaution has
been taken in the handling of this
product Extra tank rigidity was re-
quired to contain the lead compound
which is almost twice as heavy as
water or about fourteen pounds a
gallon. The two lines actually hold
25.000 pounds of the compound.
Just three cubic centimeters of
lead compound in a gallon of motor
gasoline can raise the octane num-
ber from 89 to 97. To the motorist
this means a better grade fuel with
knock-free characteristics at the best
possible price. To the motor car ma-
nufacturer, an economically-avail-
able high octane fuel means public
acceptance of the more efficient
high-compression-ratio engine. Te-
traethyl lead. which became commer-
cially available in 1922, evens out
the burning process of gasoline thus


na 1936. Di laborer C el a avanza pa ess foreman and J. C. Walker was, eliminating knock. As the compres-
ice plant helper B. Despues di un promoted to shift foreman in the sion ratio of an engine is raised so
kiebra di servicio Sr. Wilson a worde Process Department moves. Named must the octane of the fuel be rais-
asignA pa Process-LOF como laborer a supervising engineer in TSD-Proc- ed to eliminate this knock effect
na 1943. El a bira Ethyl blender hel- ess was J. I. Lankford Jr. A prom- which can appreciably shorten the
per na 1956. option to senior engineer went to W. life of the engine.
Sr. Huffman a cuminza su carera G. DeMouy in TSD-Engineering
cu compania Feb. 24, 1925, na Stand- Mr. Fremgen advanced to his new
ard Oil Company (Indiana). El a bini position from technical assistant in
Lago Mei 12, 1930, como helper den Process-Cracking and Light Ends.
Pressure Stills. El a bira operator His company service started Aug. 21,
third class na 1934 y a word pro- 1944, when he joined Process-Testing
movi pa assistant operator na 1937. and Design as a student chemical
Di Hydro Poly operator el a bai engineer. He was named a chemical
Process-Cracking & Light Ends na engineer in September, 1945, and was %
1943 como shift breaker pa e shift promoted to senior engineer in Oc-
foremannan. Sr. Huffman a word tober, 1954.
promovi pa shift foreman na 1947 y Mr. Walker's Lago service dates


process foreman na 1954.
Sr. Rosborough a bini Lago Sept.
16, 1930, como process chemist des-
pues di a traha un anja na Standard
Oil Company (Indiana). El a hanja
transfer pa TSD-Process Engineer-
ing na Augustus, 1945, como group
head A. For di e dia ei te dia cu el
a hanja transfer pa Process-LOF na
1952, Sr. Rosborough tabata haci
principalmente trabao di process
control. El a word promovi pa as-
sistant division superintendent na
January 1, 1952, na Process-LOF. Su
transfer pa Process-C&LE a bini na
Augustus, 1956.

Sr. Mathews
Tur Sr. Mathews su servicio ta-


I Storage Tank
(Continua di pagina 5)
Lago un luna, y un otro 1,300,000
liber di chumbo pa gasoline di aero-
plano, cu por want Lago 45 dia.
SUn manifold special a worde traha
na No. 1 Finger Pier pa pomp com-
puesto di chumbo.
Cada tanki tin un muraya extra
diki y ta trahl ariba un base di con-
creto. Cada un ta casi binti-ocho pia
halto y tin un diametro di trinta y
cinmo pla Motor ariba e tankinan
ta conectA pa medio di shafts na
pompnan di Lewis install bao di e
vloer. Tur precaucion a worde tuma
pa tratamento cu e product aki.
Firmeza extra di tanki tabata re-
queri pa contene e compuesto di
chumbo aki cual ta cast dos vez mas
pisa cu awa of como diez-cuatro II-
ber pa galon E dos linjanan en efec-
to por contene 25,000 liber di e com-
puesto
Solamente ties centimetro cubico
di chumbo den un galon di gasoline
por aumenta e numero di octano for
di 85 pa 93. Pa e motorist esaki ta
nifica un mehor calidad di combus-
tible cu ta liber di knock na e me-
hor prijs possible. Pa e fabricante di
auto, tin combustible di alta octano
cu ta obtenible na prjs economic ta
nifica aceptacion di public pa e mo-
tor mas eficiente di ratio halto di
compression Tetraethyl lead cu a
bira disponble comercialmente na


1922, ta equaliza e
mento di gasoline
di e motor.


process di kima-
y elimina knock


back to Jan. 23, 1943, when he start-
ed as an apprentice operator in the
Pressure Stills. In September, 1943,
he was promoted to assistant oper-
ator. He was named an assistant
shift foreman in September, 1955
Mr. Lankford joined Lago Nov. 18,
1957, as an engineer in TSD-Process.
He was promoted to senior engineer
May 1, 1961 He came to Aruba from
Esso Standard Oil in Baltimore,
Maryland, where he was originally
employed in June, 1955.
Mr. DeMouy came to Lago March
21, 1956, from Standard Oil Company
(Indiana) where he was an engineer
at the Whiting Refinery. He started
as an engineer at Lago in TSD-En-
gineering where he has remained


bata na Aruba. El a cuminza traha since.
pa Lago Augustus 25, 1929, como
machinist y pa Januari 1, 1939, ya el CYI
a avanza pa assistant general fore- (Continua di pagina 3)
man di Mechanical-Machinist y
Foundry. premio grand di FIs. 600 di Sr. Le-
Sr. Mathews a worde nombrA gen- once tabata basa ariba su premio
eral foreman na 1947 y dia cu el a initial di Fls. 750 pa su uldea pa
hanja transfer pa Mechanical-Ad- Instala strainers na banda d succion
ministration na 1949 el a worde pro- di un pomp di aire nescos cu e
movi pa assistant division superin- strainers di seis duim cu ta worde
tendent-crafts. Na 1956. el a worde usa ariba plant Esaki a stop pan-
nombra division superintendent na ja bleuw y otro obhetonan di verstop
Storehouse. Anja pasa na Augustus valve di pomp.
el a bolbe pa crafts group na Mech- E idea pa install un valve di diez
anical-Administration. duim y elboog na un stub actual na


Mr. Kock joined Lago Sept. 1, Sr. ock a cuminza cu Lago Sept. lateral ariba pomp No.
Srd Kock a uminza cu Liago oept.
1925, as a Mechanical-Yard laborer. 1, 1925, como Mechanical-Yard lab- 1832 pa e linja di diez-sels duim di
In 1929 he transferred to Mechani- orer. Na 1929 el a hanja transfer pa jet fuel a gana un premio inicial di
cal-Pipe where he has remained for Mechanical-Pipe unda el a keda pa e Fs. 700 pa Sr. Van Esch, un otro
the remainder of his career. In six rest di su carera. Cu seis promo- ganador di CYI d luna anja pas
promotions, Mr. Kock became a hel- con Sr. Kock a bira helper second Sr. Wever a gana Fls. 650 na 1961
per second class, tradesman fourth class, tradesman fourth y third class pa adoption di s( meaodo pa drechi
and third class and pipefitter C, B y pipefitter C, B y A. Su ltimo neknan cu draad ariba cylindro di
and A. His last promotion was made promotion a word haci na 1938 El oxigeno y propane. Un otro idea
in 1938. He will retire to his home in lo retire na su isla natal Aruba. stranjo tabata esun di Sr. Gomes. El
Aruba. Sr. i i a sugeri instalacion di un linja by-
Mr. Thijzen has been engaged in pass di tres dulm for di e pomp di
boiler shop work during his entire durante center su carera di trinta- bubble tower rond di inlet di e en-
thirty-two-year career. He started y-dos anja. El a cuminza cu Lago friador pa outlet ariba Combination
with Lago Feb. 18, 1930, and by Feb. 18, 1930, y pa 1936 el a avanza Units Su premio initial tabata
1936 had advanced to boilermaker A. pa boilermaker A. Na 1942 el a Fls. 400 pa loke a worde gespaar
In 1942 he was promoted to subfore- worde promovi pa subforeman se- basA ariba menos mantenecion di
man second class and two years gunda clase y dos anja despues el a bundel di tubo.
later he was given a first-class rat- hanja rango di primera clase. Sr. E premio inicial di Sr. Ruiz ta-
ing. Mr. Thijzen was named a boiler Thijzen a word nombra boiler fore- bata alcanza un total di Fls 370 pa
foreman mn August, 1950, and later man na Augustus, 1950, y despues a dos idea consolidando informenan
became Metal Trades and then Metal bira Metal Trades y mas despues semanal y revisando e sistema di
Crafts foreman. Metal Crafts foreman. distribution pa mapa y blue sheets


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SCENES FROM the opening session of the Caribbean Employee Relations
Managers' Meeting, from top to bottom, show President W. A. Murray
greeting participants from Jersey Standard affiliates; the Lago president
opening the Feb. 19 morning session with A. W. Brown, Employee Rel-
ations manager of Standard Oil Company (New Jersey), seated at his
right; and participants conducting business. The program closed Feb. 21.


J. M. Rosborough


E.