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 Material Information
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: August 11, 1962
Frequency: biweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Petroleum industry and trade -- Periodicals -- Aruba   ( lcsh )
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
serial   ( sobekcm )
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Language: Text in English and papiamento.
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- 1940-
General Note: Cover title.
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Source Institution: Biblioteca Nacional Aruba
Holding Location: Biblioteca Nacional Aruba
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000307401
oclc - 06371498
notis - ABT4040
System ID: CA03400001:00606

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Warm Greetings From Excited Crowds Welcome Princesses To Aruba


, Enfasis ariba Hubentud

Durante e Bishita Real
"Prinsesnan ta bini!" "De lrin-
sessen komen' Here come the
i princesses !"
E exclamacionnan aki, mao oi
I part biniendo for di e hobennan, a .
aruncia yegada di S.A.R. Prinses
Irene y S A I Pi mses Mar grlet na
Vliegveld Beatrix Jull 26 Sea cual
sea e idioma cu a worde us pa a
ducn bonbmni no e b:shitantenan A.-.
real, e nificacion tabata mescos -
saludos caltiroso foi di un pobla-
clc n e::cita. ,
Tabata significant cu muchanan
tabata na much mas grand can- a 1' 3
tidad present na vliegveld cu 'to
I hendenan grand. pasobra durante ,t
center bishita di e prinsesnan e -
6nfasis tabata ariba hubentud.
Promer cu nan a worde oficial- tw 0
mente recibi na vliegveld door di -
I deputadonan y otro oficialnan di t
gobierno, e prinsesnan a pasa door -
di in fila di padvindsters. Un otro W_ s .
formacicn di Antilliaanse Meisjes 0 *
Gilde a saluda e prinsesnan ora *
nan ta sali for di e edificio di vlieg-
veld 0 4
AcompanjA pa I. S de Cuba, ge- O * O 1
z;ghebber interino di Aruba. y C I *0 *W
Winkel, gobernador interino di An- 0 ea **
tillas Neerlandes, e prinsesnan a g e e e
hal den auto habri pa Aruba Carib- a #
bean Hotel E ruta a hiba nan door -
di centro di comerclo di Oranje-
stad, esta Nassaustraat. .
Henter e di cuatro piso di hotel 4ggt SO 4 '
tlabata reserve pa e prinsesnan y 0 e OoO 0 .0
miembronan di c girupo official. *0 *"* *.e &,
Esaki tabata inclui tn dama di
honor, secretaria privAi, adjudant y
personal di seguridad. 1
Except pa nan position real, e a
prinsesnan por a pasa pa dos J a,
etractiva hoben cu ta yega na e
isla aki pa un vacacion. Prinses
Irene tabata bisti cu un blusa ma-
(Contonir na pagnma 2)


Accent on Youth During

Princesses' Island Tours
"Prinsesnan ta bini!" "De Prin-
sessen komen!" "Here come the
princesses!"
These greetings, for the most
part youthful, heralded the arrival
of H.R.H. Princess Irene and
H.R.H. Princess Margriet at Bea-
trix Airport July 26. Whatever the
language used to welcome the
royal visitors, the meaning was the
same -warm greetings from an
excited populace.
It was significant that children
far outnumbered adults at the air-
port because throughout the prin-
cesses' stay the accent was on
youth.
Before they were officially rec-
eived in the airport terminal by
aldermen and other government
officials, the princesses passed
through a row of smartly-clad girl
scouts and brownies. Another
formation of Antillean Girl Guild
members saluted the princesses as
they left the terminal.
Accompanied by I. S. de Cuba,
acting lieutenant governor of
Aruba, and C. Winkel, acting gov-
ernor of the Netherlands Antilles,
the princesses motored in open
cars to the Aruba Caribbean Hotel.
The route took them through the
Nassaustraat business district in
Oranjestad.
The entire fourth floor of the
hotel was reserved for the prin-
cesses and members of their of-
ficial party. The party included
their lady-in-waiting, private sec-
retary, adjutant and security per-
sonnel.
Except for their stately bearing,
the princesses could have passed
for two well-groomed young ladies
arriving for an island vacation.
Princess Irene wore a brown middy
(Continued on page 7)


S sU.S. Libraries Send 'Thank You' Notes

ri l a SSO For Aruba Histories Donated by Lago
a c 3 0SSO ^ I A Several hundred public libraries and university libraries in the U.S.
have acknowledged receipt of copies of the English edition of "Aruba-
PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL TRANSPORT CO.. LTD- a-U
Past and Present," a complete history written by Dr. J. Hartog. Lago
VOL. 23, No. 16 August 11, 1962 donated the volumes to 750 major public libraries and university lib-
raries located in all the fifty states


Librerianan na Estados

Unidos A Confirmi Recibo

Di Copianan di Historia
Varlos cientos di libreria public y
di universidadnan na Estados Unidos
a confirm recibo di copianan di e
edicion Ingles di "Aruba Past and
Present," un historic complete scirbi
pa Dr. J. Hartog. Lago a regala e
bukinan na 750 libreria public y di
universidadnan den tiu cincuenta es-
tado di e Union.
E publicador a cuminza post e
bukinan pa Estados Unidos, incluy-
endo Hawaii y Alaska, na Mei. E
750 copianan a worde contract, door
di Lago pa yuda subsidia e edicion
Ingles. E buki dt Dr. Hartog tabata
originalmente public na Holandes
various anja pasa. E ta un historic
complete di origen etnico di hende-
nan di Aruba te cu e desaroyonan
politico y industrial di awendia.
No solamente e institucionnan a
ccnfirma recibo di coplanan di e his-
toria. pero hopi a agrega rotanan
personal di aprecio den carchi y car-
tanan dirigi na Public Relations De-
partment
Un nota di Libreiia di Hawaii ta
bisa: "Como nos tin masha poco
buki tocante bo parti di mundo, mi
ta segur cu nos lo haya e obra aki
masha interesante." Y for di Libreria
Public di Des Plains a bini e inte-
resante nota informative aki: "Nos
ciudad di 42,000 hende ta keda net
pafor di e O'Hare Airport nobo di
Chicago. Como nos ciudad a crece
cerca di 200 por ciento desde 1950,
nos tin hopi ehecutivonan cu ta viaja
hopi. Un buki manera esun di bo lo
interest hopi di nos favorecedornan."


IN THE color photograph,
above, Dr. G. G. Hendrickson,
Medical Department director, is
introduced to H.R.H. Princess
Irene and H.R.H. Princess Mar-
griet in the Employee Medical
Center by President W. A. Mur-
ray at the onset of the prin-
cesses' visit to Lago July 26.

DEN E foto di color, ariba, Dr.
G. G. Hendrickson, director di
Departamento Medico, ta word
introduce na S.A.R. Prinses
Irene y S.A.R. Prinses Margriet
den Employee Medical Center
door di Presidente W. A. Mur-
ray na principio di e bishita di
e prinsesnan na Lago Juli 26.

Un nota for di un libreria den
zuidwest, Libieria Publico di Win-
ston-Salem, North Carolina, tabata
iilclui e information aki: "E volume
aki ta yena un vacio den historic di
paisnan na mundo cu nos tabatin
master. E ta parce un historia com-
pleto y comprehensive di Aruba."
Academia Naval di Estados Unidos
a avisa cu e buki lo worde agregA
na su coleccion pa uso door di oficial-
nan y kadetnan; Universidad di Ore-
gon a scirbi cu "......un obra di e
tomanjo y profundidad aki tratando
cu e reciente y rapid desaroyo di
Aruba ta worde solicit door di e
escolar y door di libreria."
Comentarionan los for di libreria-
nan y universidadnan den henter Es-
tados Unidos tabata bisa ademas:
"Un magnifico obra ......masha ge-
neroso di bo ......favorecedornan lo
goza di sabi mas tocante Aruba
......excelente material ......un buki
bunita y informative."


I.,


"DE PRINSESSEN komen!" "De prinsessen komen!"
"PRINSESNAN TA bini!" "Prinsesnan ta bini!"


of the Union.
The publisher began mailing the
books to the United States, includ-
ing Hawaii and Alaska, in May. The
750 copies were contracted for by
Lago to help subsidize the English
edition. Dr. Hartog's book was ori-
ginally published in Dutch several
years ago. It is a complete history
from ethnic origins of Aruba's
people to present-day political and
industrial developments.
Not only have the institutions
acknowledged receipt of copies of
the history but many have added
personal notes of appreciation in
cards and letters addressed to the
Public Relations Department.
A note from the Library of Hawaii
said: "Since we have very few books
about your part of the world, I am
sure we will find this volume most
interesting." And from the Des
Plains Public Library came this in-
teresting informative note: "Our city
of 42,000 population is located just
outside the new O'Hare Airport of
Chicago. Since our town has grown
some 200 per cent since 1950, we
have many executives who travel a
lot. A book such as yours will in-
terest many of our patrons."
A note from a southeastern lib-
rary, the Public Library of Winston-
Salem, North Carolina, included this
information: "This volume fills a
place in the histories of countries of
the world that we have needed. It
appears to be a complete and com-
prehensive history of Aruba."
The United States Naval Academy
advised that the book would be add-
ed to its collection for use by officers
and midshipmen; the University of
Oregon wrote that "......a work of
this size and depth dealing with the
(Continued on page 71)


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A RBA ( N& EW

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


Lago's Thirty-Year-Old Marine Post Office

Will Close Doors Permanently Aug. 14
The Marine Post Office, a Lago service for sailors that dates back
thirty years, will close its doors and stamp windows Aug. 14. After
that date, Marine Post Office functions will be taken over by the Seroe
Colorado Post Office under the supervision of the Executive Service
Division. Sailors have more comfortable tankers as berths nowadays


but because modern tankers are big-
ger, fewer call at San Nicolas Har-
bor. This has meant less business for
the Marine Post Office and has led to
the decision to transfer operations to
Seroe Colorado's mail service.
As recently as 1959, the Marine
Post Office was handling 160,000 let-
ters annually, selhng Fls. 72,000 in
stamps and forwarding several thou-

Seis Club y Gruponan Ta

Tende Mensaje Special

Di Seguridad e Luna Aki
E comentaristanan tocante segurn-
dad pafor di trabao lo hiba nan men-
saje special pa seis organization for
di Aug. 15 pa Aug. 28. Nan por wor-
de tendi tanto na St. Theresa Cred.t
Union y Santa Cruz Credit Union
Aug. 15, Paradera Credit Union Aug.
17 y padvinders di Brazil Aug. 22. E
mensajenan di seguridad y pelicula
lo worde presentA na lidernan di
A M.G. Aug. 24 y na miembronan di
Credit Union di Noord Aug. 28.
E programanan ta cuminza exacta-
mente pa 8 p.m. na St. Theresa Cre-
dit Union y A.M.G. Ora di cuminza
pa e otro lugarnan ta 7:30 pm. Mas
tempran e luna aki, Speakers Bureau
a manda oradornan pa Dakota Credit
Union, San Francisco Credit Union y
Mothers' Union.


National Safety Council

Presents Lago with Award

Of Honor Number Sixteen
Lago's sixteenth Award of Honor
from the National Safety Council has
joined the display of previous top
NSC awards in the General Office
Building.
The company received this plaque
for having operated 3,460,833 man-
hours without a disabling injury
from Dec. 6, 1961, through May 6,
1962. The Award of Honor is the
twelfth earned by Lago for having
operated a period of three million or
more manhours without a lost-time
injury. Four Awards of Honor were
the result of outstanding safety per-
formance in the petroleum industry
for a given year.
Award of Honor number fifteen
fitted the latter category. When
Lago took the National Safety Coun-
cil first place award in 1961 for its
industry group it also was awarded
an Award of Honor for outstanding
safety performance. That's the year
that Lago had a record 0.34 fre-
quency rate.
Award of Honor number fourteen
was received for a disabling-injury-
free work period from Oct. 19, 1960,
through June 6, 1961. Nearly
6,000,000 manhours were worked
during that period without a single
lost-time accident occurring.


S


LAGO RECENTLY received its sixt
tional Safety Council. The award wa
1961, through May 6, 1962, when 3,46
a disabling injury occur
LAGO RECIENTEMENTE a recibi
National Safety Council. E premio a
6, 1961, pa Mei 6, 1962, ora 3,460,83
incapacitante socede


sand parcels. It was a common sight
to see sailors rush for the post office
after clearing customs. Nearly all
would be carrying beautifully hand-
sewn sail cloth packages. For the
most part, the packages contained
Brazilan coffee, jams, clothing and
tinned soups intended for relatives in
European countries.
Sailors will be inconvenienced only
slightly with the change in mail
handling. Ships' masters can forward
outgoing mail through the GOB re-
ceptionist or seamen can purchase
stamps from either the Government
Post Office in San Nicolas or the
International Seamen's Club. The
latter is open twenty-four hours a
day and can handle the mailing of
packages as well. These packages,
however, will have to be inspected
by customs officials before they are
cleared to be taken out of the ref-
inery.
Incoming mail will be routed
through the Seroe Colorado Post Of-
fice to the Marine Department's ship
dispatcher who will deliver the mail
on board the ship.
When the harbor was first opened
to lake tankers thirty-five years ago,
mail was delivered to and picked up
at the Government Post Office in
Oranjestad.

National Safety Council

A Otorga Lago Premio di

Honor Number Diez -Seis
Di diez-seis Premio di Honor di
Lego for di National Safety Council
a worde colored hunto cu e otro pre-
mionan anterior di NSC den Oficnma
Mayor.
Compania a recibi e plachi aki pa
e hecho di a opera 3,460,833 ora sin
un desgracia cu perdida di tempo
entire Dec. 6, 1961, y Mei 6, 1962. E
Premio di Honor ta di diez-dos cu ta
worde gand door di Lago pa c hecho
di a traha un period di tres million
ora of mas sin un desgracia cu per-
didna di temnn uatro Premlo di H-Tn.


THIS OLD refinery photo, which was probably taken in 1936, was d
covered by W. Geerman in a book he purchased from R. Khan. Both a
TSD-Process employees. Mr. Khan said he purchased the post card pho
at the old Aruba Post in San Nicolas in the early Forties.
E FOTO bieuw di refineria aki, cual probablemente tabata saca na 19:
a worde descubri pa W. Geerman den tn buki cu el a cumpra for di
Khan. Tur dos ta empleado di TSD-Process. Sr. Khan a bisa cu el
cumpra e postkaart na Aruba Post bieuw na San Nicolas na principio
anjanan cuarenta.


Gold Twenty-Five-Year

Watches Presented to 19

At Program Held Aug. 1
The total service of the nineteen
employees who were awarded twen-
ty-five-year watches Aug. 1 adds up
to several lifetimes Each was pres-
ented a gold service watch, indivi-
dually inscribed on the back with
name and service anniversary, for
having attained twenty-five years of
service with Lago.
Watches were awarded to W. T.
Illis, Metal Crafts; L. Kelly, Yard.
and M. R Arends, Transportation,
all of the Mechanical Department;
J. C. Fraser, Receiving and Shipping;
H. A. Mezas, H. E. Linscheer and P.
J. Nisbet, Light Oils Finishing; J.
de Vries and T. H. Johnson, Crack-
ing and Light Ends, all of the Proc-
ess Department; M. A. Reiziger,
L. D. McBurney and J. F. Malcolm,
all of TSD-Engneering; E. A. Ran-
kin, TSD-Process; G. C. Granger and
G. R. L. Stolen, both of Marne-
Floating-Equipment Division; A. D.
Sjaw-Akian and D. de Palm, both of
the Industrial Relations Department:
P G. Brook, Accounting Depart-
ment, and G L. Philips, Lago Police
Department


Comdr. A. J. de Graaff Says

Preparations Well Planned'

For Royal Visit to Lagol
Comdr A J. de Graaff, adjutant
to the princesses, recently informed-
Lago management through an inter-
nediary that Lago's preparations fol
the visit July 27 of H.R.H. Princess"
Irene and H.R.H Pi incess Mairgieit'
were well planned and organized.
Similar views were expressed by
Police Commissioner C de Jager who
praised the organizational details of
the princesses' visit to Lago.
The Lago Police Department was
instrumental in maintaining flawless
control ovei the royal party's en-
tourage of -4 dozen vehicles as it
is- moved in and through the refinery
re into Seroe Colorado and out the Sea
to Gr ape gate. The General Services
Department was responsible for de-
36, corating the Youth Canteen and pre-
R. paring refreshments for the guests
S Appreciation was expressed by
di Lago management to the groups
that participated in the water show
-- the Aruba Yacht Club, SummerI


/AR 1 .1 "t ecreation Program sailors nd wa-
Oloshinan pa 25 Anja di ter skiers and to the Aruba Flying
r19 1 Club.
Servco Presenta na 19 our planes gave the princesses an
llranP a .Ian i ae al salute from the Arubi Flying
Durante Ceremonia Aug. I Club of which HRH. Prine Bern
E total servicio di e dicz-nuebe hard is an henoiary member. Gia-
empleadonan kende a worde present titude was also given to groups in-
oloshinan pa binti-cinco anja di sel- evolved in the Youth Canteen visita-
vicio Aug. 1 ta suma na largura di tion by the princesses -the Wo-:
varies bida human Cada un di e man's Club of Aruba, Boy Scouts
empleadonan aki a word presentai and Girl Scouts and the Canteen
un oloshi di olo, individualmente in- Committee.
scribi cu nombel y fecha di aniver- The excellent photo coverage in
sano di nan binti-cinco anja di ser- this issue would not have been pos-
vicio cu Lago. sible without Lago's on-the-scene,
Oloshinan a worde present na W photographers and behind-the-scenes.
T. Illis, Metal Crafts; L. Kelly. Yard, photo lab technicians. Special men-
y M. R. Arends, Transportation. tur tlin is due N Singh foi his inteiest-)
di Mechanical Department; J. C. Ing coloi photograph of the pinch essesr
Fraser, Receiving and Shipping; H. being greeted in the Employee Med-1
A. Mezas, H. E. Linscheer y P. J ical Center, page 1. and S Rajroop's,
Nisbet, Light Oils Finishing; J de dramatic human interest shot of a.
Vries y T. H. Johnson, Cracking and nun and two youngster waiting to,
Light Ends, tur di Process Depart- gleet the pi incesses, also page 1
ment: M. A. H Reiziger, L. D Me-
Burney y J F Malcolm, tur di TSD- Joseh R. id
Engineering: E A. Rankin, TSD- Jo p addock
Process; G. C Granger 3 G R L Joseph R Haddocks, 30, died
Stollen, tur dos di Marine-Floating July 19 at Lago( Hospital fio m
Equipment Division; A D Sjaw- natu al causes. A pipefitter helper
Akian y D. de Palm, tur dos di In- A in M eahanical-Pipe, he had
dustral Relations Depaitment, P. G served Lag for neai ly thirteen
Brook, Accounting Department, y G years Mr Haddocks i's smlvivecd
L Philips, Lago Police Department b ai wife and thlee children


I Bishita di Prinsesnan na
(Continua di pagina 1) Sabaneta. Ambos lado di camina ta-
ron afor y saya den blanco cu bata yen di muchanan di school ta
strepi maron. Prinses Margriet ta- z\vaal bandeta. E piinsesnan a woride
betin un bistir blauw floria, su V- saluda na e club pa Piesidente W\


nor tabata resulted sobresiente nek complement door di tn collar T. Murphy. Vice Presidente J. Pio-
nor tabata resultado di sobresaliente
rstacn di segidad den indsti double di perla. tenra, Tesorero D D Daleski, Pas-
prestacion di seguridad den industrial
Sp p E promer anochi na Aruba tabata tool Elkamp. Gerente J. van Hees-
di petroleo pa un anja.
Premi di Honor number dz-cinc uno formal. Un reception public na wik y miembronan di e directiva
a d H or r d-c Caribe Club a pone nan den oportu- Despues di inspect facilidadnan di e
tabata den e categoria aki. Ora cu
S n nidad di encontra varlos ciudadano club, e prinsesnan y miembi onan di
Lago a sail na promer lugar den su
Sal cu a distinguish nan mes door di hopi nan grupo a discuti actividadnan di
grupo den e concurso di National
contribucion civico. Entre esnan pie- e club cu miembronan di e colmiter di
Safety Council, el a worde ctorga a s h d pa
a vez un Preo di Hoor pa pre sent tabata J. H. Beaujon di Indus- iecepcion durante lefrcsco Na nonm-
la vez un Premio di Honor pa pres-
aion sbresliet di s riad na trial Relations Depaitment di Lago. ber di International Seamen's Club.
tacion sobresaliente di seguridad na
19. Esaki tabatae aa cu La Resto di e actividadnan durante cada un di e prmsesnan a woide pie-
1961. Esaki tabata e anja cu Lago
u tan abao nan permanencia di cuatro dia ta- sent un habridol di caita di plata
tobatmn un frecuencia tan abao di
0.34 cu a result d slamente bata pone hopi emfasis ariba activi- cu man di weso aihba cual non noum-
0.34 cu a result for di solamente
dadnan di hubentud aki na Aruba 'ber tabata inscribi
tres accident cu perdida di tempo Nan a sal for di hotel Dmbie na
for di trabao. John Wesley College
Premio di Honor number dicz- mainta pa bishlta Imeldahof. Sail- John Wesley College
Premio di Honor number diez-
e r i p dando nan tabata un bale di cinta Despues e prinsesnan a bishita
cuatro a worde recibi pa un period
liber di acidente entire Oct 19, 196 y voznan hoben den cantonan di bon- John Wesley College Aki nan a rnir.
b'ni. For di Imeldahof e grupo ofi- bailenan folklo ico autentico Baile-
y Juni 6, 1961 cial a bai cu auto pa oficina d go- rinanan den uniform a present e
bierno na Oranjestad unda gruponan prinsesnan figuranan di cocolishi y
dl muchanan for di tur schoolnan di un foto album coi ta den fou m di
Oranjestad a laga rezona cancionnan Aruba.
na Paplamento. For di John Wesley College e
*ArnoIN Wo 1.,41n uA.fouri E pr6ximo stop tabata misa cato-, grupo official a dingi su mes pa Por-
iAsO ISA/*INO"ur l Ihco na Sabaneta Atlobe e acento ta Mayor di Lago y pa Employee
,. ii ....I.... '. I] i tabata ariba hubentud. E prlnsesnan Medical Center Di proper pa sallida
A" a word encontrA door di muchanan PPrinses Irene y Prinses Mai g let ta-
3 cantando y a worde presentA regalo- bata Presidente W A. Murray E
nan bunlta door di e hobennan prinsesnan a inspecta e facilidadnan
Regalo y floor a worde present na di Employee Medical Center pionmei
SPrinses Irene y Prinses Margriet na cu nan a sigui cu auto door di refi-
eenth Award of Honor from the Nat- casi tur parada. E regalonan tabata nera pa Youth Canteen na Setne
as earned for the period from Dec. 6, inclur souvenirs linco traha door di Colorado.
i0,833 manhours were worked without muchanan for di cocolishi y material Na Youth Canteen, e piinscTnan a
ing to a single employee. natural cu ta worde hayA anba e sinta hunt cu e miembronan di e
su di diez-seis Premio di Honor for di isla. comite cu ta di igi e iorganizacnon pa


Sworde gani pa e period for di Dec.
3 ora a worde traha sin un desgracia
cu ningun empleado.


International Seamen's Club na
San Nicolas a word bishita door di
e grupo real despues di e stop na


hobennan
Despues di e bishita aki e pi nses-
nan a worde escolta pa ('as di Sr y


Aruba I
Sla Muirlay unda nan a tuma ie-
flesco y a soseoa tn poco lot di e
hopi actividairlnan di mainta Duian-
te e hishita .ki, e princesnan po ai
nulrd n show acuaticu den coal a
participa buotnan di bela v skies
Duriiate e shltm- ai'uat( o tin forma-
oiun di caoii i avion di A mba Flying
Club a duna in exhibition. For di
ais di Si Mlll ay, e giupo ia bolbe
via poLto di Sea Glape pai hotel un-
do p prinesnan tabatin trlmelrdia
liber pa gaza di solo y lalmai
Diabietna anuoch actividadnan ofi-
coal a bolbe cunilnza pa e pllnsesnan
Goblelno instilai di Aiub aa tene in
habihecue na nan hlinoi na hotel
Un pasco o\ c di e isla pa punto-
nln hbtnita a hiba e prinsesnan na e
h llg natulmal y e foniacirnnan di
piedi a na Ayo Na camina pa e bi ig
natural e prinsesnan a para nla inmsa
di Pa.iadera pa niiia un bale di (inta
Tanto na e brug natural y Ay,6
P inses Irene y Prinses Margi let ta-
bata tur canlina over di c balance v
pledianan pa captura vai os sitionan
bunita Mtliho na evidencia tabata c
movie anaelia 16i mm di Pilnses Iilene
menntl.s e tabata captuia e vistan n
maravillosa
E prIogi anla official di Diasabia a
Incluil i utn comida pa e plinsesnan
na De Okle Molen Atrobe gobietin
ir-sllarl a uspicia e event pa c
anochi aki coual a wi de tenl den e
autentilo nimlin Holandes
Sil siguiente mainta, Diad(niiingo.
e in insesnan a sali fol ud vIlegvhld
tabatln vaill( clentos di dllnadodln.iIn
di bon deseo, nan saludus di despe-
d da tapa door di e roncanienti di e
avion di KLM larntando (i i' p innses-
nan aboldo rulmbo pa Bonaire


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4


Lago was visited by HRH Princess

Irene and HRH Princess Margriet


July 27. The princesses


Lago


visited


the Employee Medical Center, Youth

Canteen and, lastly, the home of

President and Mrs. W. A. Murray.


VICE PRESIDENT F. C. Donovan introduces Assistant General Manager
F. W\. Switzer to l'ricess Irene. Awaiting an introduction are Assistant
(;(lGeial nManagr B C. Clarkson anld lPR Manager E. Byington.
VICE I'IESII)E\TE F. C. )onoian la introduce Assistant General Man-
ager F. W. Switzer na Prinses Irene. Wardando pa worde introduce ta
\Asislant (General Manager B. C. Clarkson N PIR1 Manager E. Ryington.


Royal


Is


to


Host


Princesses


H.R.H. PRINCESS Irene and H.R.H. Princess Margriet visited Lago July 27. Princess
Irene is greeted by President W. A. Murray in front of the Employee Medical Center.
S.A.R. PRINSES Irene y S.A.R. Prinses Margriet a bishita Lago Juli 27. Prinses Irene ta
worde saluda pa Presidente WV. A. IMurray dilanti Employee Medical Center.


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Six other royal
of H.R.H. Prin
Princess Margri
first royal visi
Bernhard who too
1942. Queen July
monarch Nov. 5
crown princess. K
now crown prince
1958.
H.R.H. Princes
cess Margriet wer
of the Employee I
President W. A. I
F. C. Donovan, A
ager F. W. Swit
(Continua

Seis otro bishiti
hita di S A.R. Prim
ses Margriet na L
bishitante real tab
hard kende a bis
1942. Reina Julian
monarca gobernaE
anteriormente con
S.A.R. Prinses Bi
heredera, a bishita
S.A.R. Prinses I
Margriet a word
Employee Medical
di Lago W. A. Mur
C. Donovan, Assis
F. W. Switzer, Ass
(Contonu


THE PRINCESSES leave the Employee Medical Center for a refinery tour.
E PRINSESNAN ta sali for di Medical Center pa on bishita na refineria.


IN THE Employee Medical Center, the princesses
are taken on a brief tour by Dr. J. J. Waasdorp.
They motored past the Acid and Edeleanu Plants
and down the main refinery road past the Com-
bination Units, right, before visiting Seroe Colorado.


DEN EMPLOYEE Medical Center e prinsesnan a
worde munstra e facilidadnan door di Dr. J. J.
Waasdorp. Nan a pasa den auto dilanti Acid and
Edeleanu Plants y over di camina grand di refi-
neria dilanti Combination Units, banda drechi.


EMPLOYEES IN the vicinity of the Employee Medical Center and General Office
Building pause to watch the ceremonies or get a quick glimpse of the princesses
as they motor through the refinery.
EMPLEADONAN DEN vecindario di Employee Medical Center y General Office
Building ta warda pa mira e ceremonianan of hiaya un vista liher di e prinsesnan.


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THE PRINCESSES, left, pause as the hand plays the E P'IINSESNAN, robez. ta posa ora e handa la toca
"Wilhelmus." Accompanied by I. S. de Cuba, acting "Wilhelmus." Acompanja pa I. S. de Cuba, gezagheb-
lieutenant governor, the princesses pass through a her interino, e prinsesnan ta pasa door di un fila di
row of Girl Scouts and Brownies. padvindsters na aeropuerlo.


H.R.H. PRINCESS Irene rode to the hotel from the airport with the acting
lieutenant governor, above. H.R.H. Princess Margriet was accompanied by C.
Winkel, below, acting governor of the Netherlands Antilles, on the ride which
took the royal party down Nassaustraat in Oranjestad.
S.A.R. PRINSES Irene a bai hotel for di vliegveld hunto cu gezaghebber in-
terino, ariba. S.A.R. Prinses Margriet tabata acompanja pa C. Winkel, gober-
nador interino di Antillas Neerlandes.


GOVERNMENT AND military officials are inr-o- THE ROYAL parl( receives ,smal s Irom
duced to the princesses in the airport terminal, members ol the Antillean (irls Guild.
OFICIALNAN GUBERNAMENTAL ) military ta E BISHITANTENAN real ta recihi alerlo saludos
word introduce na e prinsesnan na aeropuerto. fur di miembhonanai di Ant\liaallne \lescjs Gilde.


FROM THE balcony of the government building, the
royal visitors were greeted in song by children from
Oranjestad schools. Padu del Caribe accompanied the
youngsters on the piano.


FOR DI balcon di e edificio di gobierno, e bishitantenan
real a mira e aubade di muchanan di schoolnan di
Oranjestad. Padu del Caribe a acompanja e hoboeian
cu piano na e ceremonial.


THE PRINCESSES pass through the rece)lion committee, ahb;e, at the
Caribe Club. TheN ere elegant) dressed for the formal reception.
E PI'INSESNAN ta ipasa door di e comile di recepcion, arnha, na Caribe
Club. Nan tabata histi elegantemente pa e reception official.







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Prinsesnar



Lago


Lago


cnlueilefded the visiJt
i.inl 1 ;1iId H R H
.go .July 27 The
I; H.R 11 Prince
ne, refinelry Oct 21,
en.ilt d s I signing
.ie :ini earlihir as
orPrinl e'ss IlEratrix,
.I' ~i Laigo Feb 11,
2,1
- and H R H Prin-
ci ,it the entiance
Y'Il Centt-r by Lago
I-, Vi(e Pi resident
.icl (General lMn-
1 ssistaint General
ul
- I
Ai i irecfod e bis-
no y S A R Prin-
11 27 E promer
,hA R Pr ins Betn-
Sflncra 'Oct 21.
h ilt blSilltF como
,v 5, 1955, N
SIn(esli heredelrn
A awi r p ines,i
j bFeb 11, 195S
S A R. Prmnses
lea na entiada dli
i* pa Presidente
lice Presidente F.
tijeneral Manager
s General Manager
Aii


itDISCUSSION
Presents the
io, youthss and


FLANKING THE princesses' path into the Youth Canteen are Brownies and Cub Scouts.
Princess Irene is with Mr. Murray and Princess Margriet is with Mr. Donovan.
NA CADA handa di e primsesnan ora nan ta drenta Youth Canteen tin padvinders linji.
Prinses Irene ta cu Sr. Murray ) Prinses Margriet ta cu Sr. Donovan.


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of Youth Canteen activities is led by Doug Monroe, left, committee president.
princesses with a photo album, center, of summer activities of Seroe Colo-
a tape recording of Aruban music. The royal visitors, right, listen intently.


Lago a worde bishita pa

SAR Prinses Irene y SAR

Prinses Margriet. Nan

a pasa Employee Medical

Center, Youth Canteen y

cas di Presidente Murray.


MEMBERS OF the Youth Canteen committee are introduced to Princess
Irene by Mrs. I. J. Kirkman, chairman of the Youth Canteen Committee.
MIEMIBRONAN DI e comite di Youth Canteen ta worde introduce na
Prinses Irene door di Sra. I. J. Kirkman, president di comit6 di Canteen.


UN DISCITSION di actividadnan di Youth Canteen ta worde guide pa Doug Monroe, robez,
president di e comite. El ta present na e prinsesnan un foto album, centro, di actividadnan di
hobennan di Seroe Colorado durante verano y un tape-recording di music Arubano.


PRINCESS IRENE leaves the Youth Canteen, left, with Pres-
ident Murray. The official party proceeded to Mr. Murray's
home. Members of the press relax, center, at the guest house.
Water skiers, right, put on a show for the royal part).


PRINSES IRENE ta abandon e Youth Canteen, banda robez,
cu President Murray. E grupo a sigui pa cas di Sr. Murray
unda refresco a worde sirbi. Miembronan d iprensa ta reposa,
centro, na guest house. Skiers acuatico ta duna un show.


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August 11, 1962


AT THE Savaneta Roman Catholic Church, left, the princesses accept unique conch shell
lamps from two proud lads. Children, center, await the princesses in San Nicolas. Greeting
the princesses, right, at the International Seamen's Club is W. T. Murphy, board chairman.
Looking on are J. R. Proterra and D. I). Daleski, board officers.


NA MISA catolico n
concha di calcor for
Nicolas. Saludando
Murphy, president.


a Savaneta. robez, e prin.sesnan ta acepta precloso lampinan traha cu
di dos much homber. Muchanan, centro, ta warda e prinsesnan na San
e prinsesnan, handa drechi, na Inl trnational Seamen's Club ta W. T.
Mirando ta J. I. Proterra ) D. I). Daleski, miembronan di directiva.
i EtIt WHI D' LW-


OLI)STEliS AS well an - of the princesses. Thi senior citizen 1 1. lit. khlloudt.
llEI'\i Y hohen labala Irata pa ha a tn viml, lazl
di e pi nlsesmnain. E cii(lada(l ,ikl i l. I. H ekhoum dt.


IMELDAHOF YOUTHS greeted the princesses with a gay maypole dance. The youngsters
also sang for the royal party at the Friday morning demonstration.
3IITCHANAN DI Imeldahof a saluda e prinsesnan cu un alegre bailey di cinta. E muchanan
a canta tambe pa e bishitantenan real durante e acto di Diabierna mainta.


DUTCH SECURITY Officer C. Sesink helps Princess Irene descend from a vantage point
near the natural bridge where she had been shooting movies of the North Coast wonder.
OFICIAL DI seguridad Holandes C. Sesink ta yuda Prinses Irene baha for di un punlo di
ventaha cerca di e brug natural unda el tabata saca retrato di e maravilla natural.


A LARGE Crowd was assembled at A.1o, above, to wiln es tlie alriail of the princesses.
Princess Irene was especially inmpressed, top pholos, with \eH~ of the natural bridge.
UN lMILTITI'I) grand a reuni na A.o. ariba, pa presencia )egada di e prinsesnan. Prin-
ses Irene tabata specialnmente imrpresioln, fotonan ariba, cu vistanan di e brug natural.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


,omdr. A.J. de Graaff Ta

fama Preparacionnan pa

3ishita Real Excelente
Corma A de iiaft adjtudant d e
Iprnsenan. lcClenltement( e infor-
lt dIIIC.ti' d l Lago dool di un in-
ci mled illan tu e prepa raconnan dit i
,ago pa e bishita Juli 27 di SAR
, inse, IDlene v SAR Margi et ta-
),n bie on planeshlol ai i bishdta
Sbal ma n tl in alhl"e i n"lie el r m a

iUn ,pinion signal a u de expiesn
,, Cloisa lltio II s C de Jageli
endc i (a lgilt e ltapvenan organiza-
,on:al di Ilshlilta h piins$osnan na

Pel soln, It~ Lgo 'polle Depart-
nei inIabanta instil lmenta den nman-
nei, cnob di tin (ontiol mlncioso A LUNCHEON was held in honor
,.l" di e flt di e ishltantenan real M1echanical-Pipe, who retired after
,,nasstiendo d I as cti diez vehicgllo right are R. E. Boyack, B. J. Bruev
U, 1t pis l d (i efinelia pa Seloe and MIr. De Cuba. Most of his ser
a i psa n des paies si an pa port dl UN COM IDA a word leid en honor
c;a CG ape ;encll Ser vices Depalt- M echanical-Pipe. kende a retire des
nent tabata responsible pa depola
V pith nteen hy e prp a efsco Former Lago Employee's
Iishlintern lApn i Apaec de Former Lago Employees
,iea nld d.i dIlectiva Lgo pa e Determination Earns Him
t ilom cu uba Yacht Clut a d en s Civil Engineering Degree

doinan dh boto y slielIS a(latico dil A former Lago employee who used
aniimmeli Recleation Piograim. y na Thrift Plan savings to help finance
Altuba Flying Clubii part of his education was recently
Clntt l( io avl',l a dlln e pI mnsesnanC graduated from one of the largest
San sllld e A R Pii bi Fling Cl bn engineering schools in the U S, the
alBe nhaiA iti nPolytechnic Institute of Brooklyn.
nio hona atud olde Seven years ago, M V. LaRode


ilnia tamnlb na g illpluna.n involvi den
I bishita dioi di e pi Insesnan na
SY< lth Canteen Womnan's Club iof
Arihba, Boy Sci lts y (;irlls v Canteen
Comnuittee
P exrelentLo eplitaje fotogi aflo
len e edition ali lo no tabata possible
min e fotograf.stanan ariba: enscena
it Lago y e tecniconan tias di col-
tia Menciln special ta debi na N
Singh pa sii excelente foto inteles-
inlte di color di e prinsesnan cu ta
wiorde sahlda na Employee Medical
Center, pagina 1. y e foto dramatic,
irpleto dL mteles human, di S Raj-
roop, munstrando an soeur y dos
, much chikito wardando pa saluda e
prinsesnan, tambe pagina 1


ROYAL ARUBA VISIT
(Continucd from page 1)


M. V. LaRode
New York City's


left his Marine
Department job to
pursue a college
education. He was
graduated from
the Brooklyn
school in June
with a bachelor's
degree in civil en-
gineering. Shortly
afterwards, M r.
LaRode received
an appointment as
an engineer with
Housing Authority.


Mr. LaRode said he left Aruba
with the burning desire to become
ar. engineer This desire, he said,
was sparked by his introduction to
engineering under the tutelage of
Forest Myers of TSD-Engieering.
H f t I I li


blouse and matching skill in white i t yea ul ciuiu6 was
and brown stripes Princess Margiet obtained at the Sir George Williams
woie a blue flowered print street College in Montreal. He enrolled in
dhess. its V-neck complemented by a Columbia University the following
dc.uble-strand pearl necklace, year but because of high tuition costs
Their fnst evening in Atuba was he was forced to find a part-time
a formal one A public reception at job. Mr. LaRode said he continued
the Caribe Club enabled them to meet il this manner for three years and
several citizens who had distinguish- then had to abandon his studies for
ed themselves through many civic a year for financial reasons.
contributions Among those present- After working a year, Mr. LaRode
ed was J. H. Beaujon of Lago's In- was not content to give up his en-
dustrial Relations Department gineering career plans. It was at
The rest of the activities during this time that he used his Thrift Plan
their four-day stay strongly emphas- savings to finance his education.
sized youth activities in Atuba
They left the hotel Friday morning ternational Seamen's Club, each of
to visit Imeldahof. Greeting them the princesses was presented a ster-
were a maypole dance and youthful ling silver letter opener with bone
i voices in songs of welcome. From handle on which was inscribed their


.Imeldahof, the official party motor-
ed to the government building in
Oranjestad where groups of children
from all Oranjestad schools burst
forth in heart-warming Papiamento
songs.

Stop at Savaneta
Next stop was the Roman Catholic
Church in Savaneta. Again the ac-
cent was on youth. The princesses
were met by singing children and
were presented with attractive gifts
by boys and girls.
The International Seamen's Club
.n San Nicolas was visited by the
royal party following the Savaneta
stop. Both sides of the street were
lined with flag-waving school child-
ren. The princesses were greeted at
the seamen's organization by Board
Chairman W. T. Murphy, Vice Chair-
man J. R. Proterra, Treasurer D D.
Daleski, Father Erkamp, Club Man-
ager J. van Heeswijk and members
of the board. After a tour of the
club's facilities, the princesses and
- members of their party discussed
Sover-all club activities with members
of the reception committee during
refreshments. On behalf of the In-


names
John Wesley College was rext vis-
ited by the princesses. There they
were entertained with authentic An-
tillean folk dances. Costumed dan-
cers presented the princesses with
shell figurines and a souvenir album
cut in the shape of Aruba.
From John Wesley College the of-
ficial party motored through Lago's
Main Gate to the Employee Medical
Center where they were greeted by
President W. A. Murray and mem-
bers of the Executive Committee.
The princesses toured the Employee
Medical Center before motoring
through the refinery to the Youth
Canteen in Seroe Colorado.
At the Youth Canteen, the prin-
cesses sat with the teen-age com-
mittee members of the youth orga-
nization. The youths described their
duties and answered several queries
from the princesses about canteen
activities.
After the canteen visit, the prin-
cesses were escorted to the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Murray where they
had refreshments and a short rest
ftom the morning's full schedule.
Friday evening saw official ac-


of Melanio deCuba, pipefitter A in
thirty-two years at Lago. Left to
er, H. J. Figaroa, J. Ras, G. E. Ruiz
vice was accrued in the pipe craft.
di Melanio de Cuba, pipefitter A den
pues di trinta y dos anja na Lago.


Cu Determinacion Firme

Ex-Empleado di Lago Ta

Bira Un Ingenieria Civi
Un anterior empleado di Lago ken
de a usa placa gespaar den Thrif
Plan pa yuda financial un parti di si
education recientemente a gradua fo
di uno di e schoolnan mas grand d
ingenieria na Estados Unidos, Ply
technic Institute of Brooklyn.
Siete anja pasa, M. V. LaRode
laga su trabao den Marine Depart
ment pa sigui un education na co
legio. El a gradua for di e school iI
Brooklyn na Juni cu su grado d
bachilerato den ingenieria civil. Poc
despues, Sr. La Rode a haya un nom
bramento como ingeniero cu Nee
York City's Housing Authority.
Sr. La Rode a bisa cu el a lag
Aruba cu un deseo ardiente pa bir
ingeniero. E deseo aki, el a bisa,
worde anima door di su introduccio
na ingenieria bao tutelaje di Fores
Myers di TSD-Engineering.
Su promer anja di school el a pas
na Sir George Williams College n
Montreal. El a drenta Columbia Un
versity e siguiente anja, pero pa mc
tibo di e costo halto di school meste
a busca un trabao pa parti di temp.
Sr. La Rode a bisa cu el a sigui na
manera aki durante tres anja y des
pues mester a abandon su estudi
pa un anja pa motibo di e costo halt
di bida.
Despues di traha un anja. Sr. L
Rode no tabata content pa pone fi
na su plannan pa studia ingenieri
Ta na e moment aki el a decidi p
usa loke el a spaar den Thrift Pla
pa financial su education.
Sr. La Rode tabati siete anja
servicio na Lago, mayor parti de
Marine Department, na tempo cu
a bai pa obtene su education.


Despues di Trinta Anja Accounting, Mechanical

Marine Post Office Lo Promotions Go to Four

Cerra su Porta Aug. 14 In Moves Announced Aug.1
Marine Post Office, un servicio di Promotions were announced Aug.
Lago pa nabegantenan cu tin trinta 1 for an Accounting Department em-
anja ta exist, lo cerra su porta y ployee and three men in Mechanical-
bentananan di stampilla Aug. 14. Machinist. David E. Fung was nam-
Despues di e fecha aki, funcionnan ed supervisor-Yields in Accounting's
di Marine Post Office lo word tuma Shipping and Process Division, Gran-
over door di Seroe Colorado Post Of- ville L. Arrindell and Juan P. Wever
fice bao supervision di Executive were promoted to Machinist foremen
Service Division. Nabegantenan tin
tanquero mas c6modo pa traha arlba
awendia, pero como tanqueronan mo-
derno ta mas grand, menos ta pasa
haaf di San Nicolas. Esaki a nifica
menos ocupacion pa Marine Post Of-
fice y a conduct na e decision pa
transfer operacionnan pa e serviclo
di post di Seroe Colorado.
Te cu 1959. Marine Post Office ta-
bata trata anualmente cu 160,000
carta bendiendo Fls. 72,000 na stam-
pilla y mandando varmi miles di D. E. Fung G. L. Arrindell
paki. Tabata un vista comun pa mi-
ra nabegantenan corre pa postkan-
toor despues di pass aduana. Casi tur
t;abata carga saconan di bela bunita
cosi. Mayor part e saconan tabata i !
ccntene koffie di Brazil, jams, panja .
y soppi pa familianan na Europa.
Nabegantenan lo no experiment
- much nconveniencia cu e cambio
den tratamento cu post Captannan
u por manda post pafor door di e re- /
rcepcionista di GOB of nabegantenan '
i por cumpra stamprlla sea for di post- J. P. Wever C. E. Pistek
kantoor di gobierno na San Nicolas


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tivities once again resumed for the
visiting princesses. The Island Gov-
ernment of Aruba feted the royal
party with a barbecue at the hotel.
A tour of the island's major scenic
spots Saturday morning took the
princesses to the natural bridge and
the rock formations at Ay6. On their
way to the natural bridge the prin-
cesses stopped at the Paradera Ro-
man Catholic Church where a may-
pole dance was in full sway.
At both the natural bridge and
Ay6, Princess Irene and Princess
Margriet scrambled over the rocks
to enjoy various views of the scenic
spots. Very much in evidence was
Princess Irene's 16 mm movie camera
as she recorded the natural wonders
for her film library.
Saturday's official program was
concluded with a dinner held for the
princesses at De Olde Molen restau-
rant. The island government again
sponsored the evening's entertain-
ment which suitably was held in the
authentic Dutch windmill.
The following morning, Sunday,
the princesses departed from the air-
port that bears the name of Crown
Princess Beatrix. At the airport were
hundreds of well wishers, their good-
byes muffled by the roar of the
KLM transport as it took off with
the princesses for Bonaire.


of International Seamen's Club. E
ultimo aki ta habri binti cuatro ora
pa dia y por tuma encargo di post-
nento di paki tambe. E pakinan, sin-
embargo, mester worde inspectA door
dt oficialnan di aduano promer cu
nan por sali for di refineria.
Post cu ta drenta lo bini door di
postkantoor di Seroe Colorado pa e
ship dispatcher di Marine Depart-
ment, kende lo entrega e post a bor-
do di e bapor
Tempo cu haaf a habri pa lake
tankers trinta y cinco anja pasa, post
tabata worde entrega na y buscA na
postkantoor di gobierno na Oranje-
stad.

'THANK YOU' NOTES
(Continued from page 1)
recent and fast developing history
of Aruba is sought by the scholar
and the research library."
Another university, Iowa State,
wrote "... this is a beautifully pro-
duced publication and will make a
significant contribution to the
strengthing of our material on the

islands of the Caribbean."
Random comments from libraries


and Charles E Pistek was named a
craft specialist in Mechanical-Mach-
inist.
Mr. Fung started with the com-
pany Oct. 19, 1946, as a cable clerk
in the Accounting Department where
he has remained throughout his car-
eer. He was a ship dispatch clerk
and clerk II before being named an
operations analysis clerk A in 1957.
Mr. Fung was a utility clerk I at the
time of his promotion.
Mr. Arrindell joined Lago Feb. 11,
1942, as a Dining Hall waiter. In
1943 he joined Mechanical-Machinist
as a laborer. By 1947 he had advanc-
ed to machinist helper A. Mr. Arrin-
dell was promoted to machinist C in
1950, machinist B in 1953 and mach-
inist A in 1956.
Mr. Wever has been in Mechanical-
Machinist during his entire twenty-
four-year career. He started with
Lago Jan. 28, 1933, as an apprentice.
By 1936 he had risen to a machinist
C and a year later he was promoted
to a machinist A. Mr. Wever was
promoted to subforeman second class
in 1944 and attained the first class
rating in 1945. He left Lago in 1947


and universities throughout the but rejoined the company as a mach-
country included: "A very fine piece inist A in 1952.
of work ......most generous of you Mr. Pistek came to Lago April 21,
......patrons will enjoy learning more 1957, as a foreman in Mechanical-
about Aruba ......excellent material Machinist. He served in this capacity
......a handsome and informative until his Aug. 1 promotion to craft
book ......will be in constant use." specialist.


I Princesses
(Continued from page I)
Manager B. C. Clarkson and Public
Relations Manager E. Byington. Mr.
Murray and Mr. Donovan escorted
the princesses into the Employee
Medical Center where they were in-
troduced to Dr. G. G. Hendrickson,
head of the Medical Department;
Dr. R. F. Brace, Employee Medical
Center head, and Dr. J. J. Waasdorp.
A short ride through the refinery
led to the Youth Canteen in Seroe
Colorado where the princesses were
greeted by an enthusiastic crowd and
various scouting groups. At the cen-
ter, they were met by Mrs. F. G.
Frey, Woman's Club president; Mrs.
I J. Kirkman, chairman of the
Youth Canteen committee, Mrs H.
C. Miller, leader of the Seroe Colo-
rado Girl Scouts, and Youth Canteen
otficers.
Mrs. Kirkman introduced the teen-
age officers to the princesses. Intro-
duced were Doug Monroe, Spencer
McGrew, Bonnie Fox, Gail Janson,
Mary Anne Byington, Joyce Rogers,
Carol Ann Leonard, Pat Hendrickson
and Debbie Lewis.
Following the introductions, the
princesses were given an outline of
Youth Canteen functions by the of-
ficers and committee chairmen. Dur-


Visit Lago I
ing the course of these reports, the
princesses asked several questions
pertaining to specific functions of of-
ficers and committee heads. Princess
Irene wanted to know more about
the organization of canteen dances
and operating hours for the Canteen.
Impressed by the cordon of scouts
she met at the entrance of the
Youth Canteen building, the prin-
cess asked if these organizations
were affiliated with the schools.
Joyce Rogers, a Mariner, explained
that the various scout groups are in-
dependent organizations.
At the conclusion of the discussion,
Doug Monroe, committee president,
presented the princesses with a spec-
ial tape recording of music typical of
Aruba and a photo album of summer
activities of Seroe Colorado youth.
Following the visit to the Youth
Canteen, the royal party was escort-
ed to the home of President and Mrs.
W. A. Murray where refreshments
were served. During this time, water
skiers and sail boats staged an im-
pressive water show on the big la-
goon. Trick skiers performed several
special stunts. Overhead were four
planes of the Aruba Flying Club
making passes over the lagoon in
tight formation.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS August 11. 196:


Promocion A Anuncia pa

Cuatro den Accounting,

Mechanical Departments
Promocionnan a word anunciA
Aug. 1 pa un empleado di Account-
ing Department y tres di Mechani-
cal-Machinist. David E. Fung a wor-
do' nombrai supervisor-Yields den
Shipping & Process Division di Ac-
counting. Granville L. Arrindell y
Juan P. Wever a word promovi pa
foremen di Machinist y Charles E.
Pistek a word nombrA craft spec-
ialist den Mechanical-Machinist.
Sr. Fung a cuminza cu compania
Oct. 19, 1946, como cable clerk den
Accounting Department unda el a
keda durante henter su carera. El
tabata ship dispatch clerk y clerk II
promer cu el a worde nombra oper-
ations analysis clerk A na 1957.
Sr. Arrindell a cuminza traha na
Lago Feb. 11, 1942, como Dining Hall
waiter. Na 1943 el a bal Mechanical-
Machinist como laborer. Pa 1947 el a
avansa pa machinist helper A. Sr
Arrindell a worde promovi pa mach-
inist C na 1950, machinist B na 1953
y machinist A na 1956.
Sr. Ever ta den Mechanical-
Machinist durante henter su carera
di binti-cuatro anja. El a c;mlnza
cu Lago Jan. 28, 1933, como appren-
tice. Pa 1936 el a ascended pa mach-
inist C y un anja mas despues el a
worde promovi pa machinist A. Sr
Wever a word promovi pa subfore-
man segunda clase na 1944 y na 1945
el a bira first class. El a laga Lago
na 1947, pero a bolbe bin traha cu
compania come machinist A na 1952
Sr. Pistek a bini Lago April 21,
1957, como foreman den Mechanical-
Machinist. El a traha den e capaci-
dad aki te Aug. 1 ora el a word
promovi pa craft specialist.

Six Island Clubs, Groups

To Hear Off-Job Safety

Messages from Speakers
Off-the-Job safety speakers will
take their special messages to six
organizations from Aug. 16 through
Aug. 28. They'll be heard at both
the St. Theresa Credit Union and
Santa Cruz Credit Union Aug. 15,
the Paradera Credit Union Aug. 17
and the Brazil Scouts Aug. 22. The
safety speeches and films will be
presented to A.M.G. leaders Alug. 24
and Noord Credit Union members
Aug. 28.
The programs will start promptly
at 8 p.m. at the St. Theresa Credit
Union and A.M.G. Starting time foi
the other locations is 7:30 p.m. Prev-
iously this month, the Speakers Bu-


IT WAS nearly two years ago that the Tnagua Foam TABATA CASI do
stopped at San Nicolas Harbor for bunkers before haaf di San Nicola
undertaking a 2900-mile voyage up the Amazon River un viaje di 2900
to Iquitos, Peru. In Aruba recently was the skipper Iquitos, Peru. Na
who said the trip was interesting but uneventful. cu e viaje tabata


Skipper of Converted Landing Craft Re
Almost two years ago, a surplus "When I first went to sea in 1929
US. Navy LST the initials stand it was in sailing ships," he remark-
for landing ship tank -stopped at ed. "In Denmark in those days there
Lago's Gasoline Dock for bunkers were a lot of iron-clad sailing ships


and cargo oil. The skipper, Capt.
Neils Lewring, advised the Aruba
Esso News that he had quite an unu-
sual journey ahead of him. He was
taking the vessel, the Inagua Foam,
2900 miles up the Amazon. In her
hold and on her deck were the dis-
mantled beams and allied equipment
that make up an oil-drilling rig.
The rig had to be delivered to
Iquitos, PerI, where it was Co bie
transferred to a smaller landing
craft for delh.ry to the drill.ng site
on the Aguata River
Events of that trip were left to
speculation until recently when the
skipper of the Inagua Foam came to
Aruba aboard another landing ship,
the Inagua Shipper.
Captain Lewring had just come
back from his second journey up the
Amazon. This time his cargo was
road-building equipment. When ask-
ed the reason for hauling road gra-
ders and bulldozers into the heart of
the Peruvian jungle, Captain Lew-
ring answered several questions con-
cerning his original trip made in
October, 1960.
He said that the towering Andes
make it impossible to move heavy
equipment such as oil-drilling rigs
from Peru's coast to the inland drill-
ing sites. That's why the Inagua
Feam and Inagua Wave made the
journey twenty-two months ago:


reau sent speakers to the Dakota that's why the inagua Snipper car-
Credit Union, San Francisco Credit r:ed the road-building equipment up
Union and Mothers' Union. the Amazon. A new road is being
constructed in the Andes which will
eliminate future needs for long voy-
JoSeph R. Haddocks ages up the Amazon. The taming of
Joseph R. Haddocks, 30, a muri the Andes will be significant in the
Juli 19 na Lago Hospital for di development of the Peruvian interior.
causanan natural. Un pipefitter Captain Lewring, born in Denmark
helper A den Mechanical-Pipe, el and now a U.S. citizen, is not a new-
a traha casi diez-tres anja cu comer to Aruba. He made many voy-
Lago. Sr. Haddocks a laga atras ages here in the old Inagua Shipper
un esposa y tres yiu. which was a small tanker with a
capacity of 18,000 gallons.


SHORTLY BEFORE A. Hope, Mechanical-Carpenter foreman, left for
retirement June 1 the long-service employee was honored with a lunch-
eon. Left to right are A. Jopling, J. A. Hope, Mr. Hope, F. W. Switzer,
R. E. Boyack, Miss J. A. Hope and C. Berrisford.
POCO PROMER cu A. Hope, foreman di Mechanical-Carpenter, a bai cu
pension Juni 1, e empleado a worde honrai cu un comida.


in service." During World War II lie
sailed for the Gulf Oil Company. He's
been with the West India Shipping
Company almost eight years,
He was the only American in the
crew when he made his first voyage
up the Amazon. The rest were from
Caribbean islands and had dealt with
the hot sun all their lives. None,
though, reckoned with the 110 de-
gree temperatures they faced daily
on the Amazon Captain Lewring
said the high temperatures, high hu-
midity and clouds of buzzing, biting
insects took much of the glamoml
out of the venture.

Crew Feared Indians
Most of the crew, including the
captain, were apprehensive about
wild animals and even wilder indians
when they steamed out of Belem.
Brazil, Oct. 1, 1960, faced with a
2900-mil unvoa un the ih. t


Captan di LST Ta Bolbi

SDi Amazona; El A Bini

4- Aruba Abordo di Otro LS'
-s Casi dos anja pasA, un surplus
U.S. Navy LST e inicialnan t
parA pa landing ship tank
para na Gasoline Dock di Lago p
bunker y pa tuma carga di azeta. I
captain, Capt Neils Lewi ng, a avis
Aruba Esso News cu el tabatin u
viaje masha inusitado sn dilant
El tabata lhba e bapor, Inagui
Foam, 2900 milla a lo largo c
Amazona. Den su bodega y ariba de
tabatin e balkinan desarmA y otr
aparatonan cu ta forma un rig c
d ll pa azeta.
E rig mester a word entregA ni
Iquitos, Peru, unda e lo a word pas.
pa tin landing craft mas chikito p.
s anja pasai cu Inagua Foam a pasa asina e worde entregA na sit siti
s pa bunker promer cu el a emprende canto di Rio Aquitia.
milla a lo largo di Rio Amazona pa Eventonan di e viaje akl a ked.
Aruba recientemente e capan a bisa speculacion te ora cu recientement
interesante, pero sin ningun ventura. captain di Inagua Foam a bin Arub;
H bordo di un otro landing ship, Ina
gra Shipper.
turns from Amazon --- a er."'
turns from Amazon Capt. Lewring a caba d bolbe p
deadly looking bow and arrows. The su segundo viaje a lo largo dl Aema
allows ate made of nron-llke wood zcna. E blaha aki su carga tabat;
and are five feet in length. consisti di maquna pa construccio:
The captain said that the trip ac- di cuama. Ora a puntre'le pa e mo
tually was uneventful. Their tears of hib cu deor s y bulldozers ta worund
animals and Indians were gound- Capt. n corazon di selva Pers puano
less for the most part. They did take Capt. Lewring a contest varlos pre
swims in the Amazon which is in- Ont tocant s proper v:aje
fested with wicked-looking croco- a bsa cu e
diles. "We seldom saw animals from Andes ta hacil mpeordsllera demo
the ship," Captain Lewring said. t e pa rov
"You could hear the jaguars el maquneta pfo is manera rig pa dri
tigre hunting and killing at night.eta fo osta Peru pa e sit
We did see an occasional anaconda. nan interior. Ta pesey Inagua Foan
Never once wee we stalked ,y Inagua Wave a haci e viaje binti
Never once were we stalked or dos luna pas: ta ese Inana Sh
threatened by Indianss a as ta pesey Inagua Sh
per a hiba maqriina di construccir
He said it only took fourteen days dP camna h a mazona. n canstruco
to return to Belem on the Amazon a
delta. The recent trip up the Ama- o temin en
zon on the Inagua Shipper was also o elia e neceagdad den future pD
uneventful, he remarked vmnamento Andes .o ignifi
mlnamento dI Andes lo ta sLgnlfl
cante den desaroyo di interlol d
Peru.
Capt Lewimng, naci na Dinmamar.
y awoi ciudadano di Estados Unidus
no ta tin hende stranjo aki na Aruba
El a hac' valros bishita aki cu Ina


e, bdp kl y. jeL l guia Shipper bieiw. cotal tabata iit
river in the world Twenty-eight days ta;nqiuero, chikito cu uln capaciand i
later they were at Iquitos where the carga di 18,000 galon
smaller draft Inagua Wave the n
same vessel that recently delivered Unico Americaro
the massive converter to Barcadera iEl tabata e un:o Amerlan, dn d
-- took the rig the rest of the way. A t ipulacion tempo co el a haCi s
"One of the Indian tribes we made r pid I mei vlaje a li lalgo di Amnaz ona
contact with was the Cipibo tribe," E resto tabata di islanan di Carilb
Captain Lewring recalled. "They r y tabata acostimbria cu tin solo cay-
weren't exactly wild but if you vio- eonte henter nan bida Ningun, sin-
lated one of their many taboos they mbaigo, a cont.la u temperaturanan
would kill you just like that.'" d 110 g ado iu nan tabata encontra
An amateur photographer, Captain THE LANDING craft hauled a dliaamente no Amazons. Captain
Lewring brought back many intei- complete oil-drilling rig up tIh Lewring a bla cu e tempera;turanan
testing snap shots of various Indian Amazon to a Peruvian drilling site. halto, alto humedad y nubianan di
tribes they contacted along the river E BAPORI aki a hi ba un rig coin- mlsectonan brabo a roba hopl di bu-
the Campas, Chamas and Kura- pleto di dril pa azeta a Io largo di niteza di e viaje
bas. Most of them hunted food with Amazon a ai sit sitio ia l'eri. May' o pair L di e t ipula'ion, in
cQImlyendo e captain, tabatin in poco
nuedoa di ninamalnan feioso y hasta

S Prinsesnan Ta Bishita Lago sid t.h Bne savso dy na 1a
sall fo di Belern, Brazil, Oct. 1.
(Conttinlia di pagina 51 I cion di funcionnan di Youth Canteen 1960, enfrentando un viaje di 2900
B. C Clarkson y Public Relations door di oflclalnan y presidentenan di mnilla a lo laigo di e rio mas grand
Manager E. Byington Sr. Murray y comity Durante e splicacion aki, e na nmindo Binti-ocho dia mas des-
Sr. Donovan a escort e prinsesnan prinsesnan a haci varlos pirguinta pues nan tabata na Iquitos unda
den Medical Center unda nan a word Prinses Irene tabata kier sabi mas Inaguia Wave di mnienos profundidad
introduce na Dr. G. G. Hendrickson, tocante organization di bailenan y e Ines bapor on iectlentemente A
hefe di Medical Department; Dr. R uoanan cu e Canteen ta habli Im- entrega e imasiv converter na Bar-
F. Brace, hefe di Employee Medical prestona door di e cordon di pad- 'adera a luba e o ig e lesto di
Center, y Di. J. J Waasdorp. E vinders cu nan a encontra pafor di e I canlin
prinsesnan brevemente a inspect e ediflico, e plrnsesnan a puntla si e "Un di e tllbonan Indio cu cioal
centro cu Dr. Waasdorp. origanizacionnan aki tabata afiliai clinosu a haci contacto tobata c tllbo
Un careda cortico door di irefineiria schoolnan Joyce Roges, tin Maminerl. Cplbo.," Capt Lewrmng a bisa "Nan
luego a hiba e grupo pa Youth Can- a splica cu c vai los griponan di pad- no tabata exactamnente salvage, peo
teen den Seroe Colorado unda e pain- vlnders ta organizacionnan indepen-, si bo viola un di nan hopi taboe, nan
sesnan a word saludd pa in multi- diente. ta mata bo mns ola "
tud entusiaste y var:os grupo di pad- Oea e discussion a conclu,. Doug Un fotografo amateur, Capt Lev-
vinder. Na e center, nan a word sa- Monroe, piesidente di e comlte, a ring a tioce aur ne hopi ietiatonai
ludA pa Sra. F G Frey, presidente plesenta na e prinsesnan an tape- inteiesante di vallos tilbonan Indlo
di Woman's Club; Sia I. J. Kirkngan, recording special di nimsia typico tci cu al nan tabatin contact a lo
president di e corn L di Youth Can- Arubano y tin foto album cubriendo lingo di e ro Campas, Chamas vt
teen, Sra. H. C. Miller, lider dA pad- actividadnan di hobennan di Se oe Kurabas Hopi di nan ta jaag (u -
vindsternan di Seroe Colorado, y Colorado durante verano tlecha y arco E flechanan ta trah
miembronan di di'ectiva di Canteen Despues di e bishita na Youth Can- di palo duliro mnel a hero y tit (com
Sra. Kirknan a introduce e hl,,,n- teen, e grupo ieal a worde escortA cnco pia laigo t
nar miembro di directiva na c p in- pa cas di Presidente y Sra 'W A E captain a bisa Ct ell efecto e
sesnan. A word introduce Doug Murray unda refresco a wolde sirbi viaje tabatin sin ninguin evnto Nan
Monroe, Spencer McGrew, Bonnie Na e moment aki, skiers acuatico y tenor pr uni nilll fe'roso y Indionan '
Fox, Gall Janson, Mary Anne Bying- botonan di bela a haci un impiesivo tabata sin fondo pa imayorV paltoe
toen, Joyce Rogers, Carol Ann Leon- show den lagoen. E skiers a haci va- Nan ai land toch den Amnizona cli
ard, Pat Hendrickson y Debbie rios stunt special Den alre culatro to infests cu kiokodil anienazante
Lewis :avion dl Aruba Flying Club tabata El a bisa cu a tiinia sdlamnento
Despues di e introducclonnan, e, haci pasada den formnalon pretax diez-cuatro dia pa bolbe Belonw ni t
Iprinsesnan a worde duna un splica- over di lagoon delta di Amazona F