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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: June 1, 1963
Frequency: biweekly
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Language: Text in English and papiamento.
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- 1940-
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Esso


VOL. 24, No. 11 PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD. June 1, 1963


LAGO'S NEW refinel3 entrance will go into operation Tuesday morning,
June 4. Tlhi photo was taken looking through the covered walkway to-
ward the sMain Gale. Time card racks will be installed on the curved wall,
right. Lago police will occup) the enclosure on the left; government
police, the enclosure behind it.
EN\TIt&I)A NIO() pa refineria di Lag lo l cuminza function Diamars
mainia, Juni 4. E portret aki a word tluma nmirando den direction pa
Porta lMaIor door di c entrada cuhri cu dak. Rekki pa time card lo word
intlali ariha e mulra'a cu curva, na drechi. Polls di Lago lo ocupa e part
rcerti na banda rouhs; poll di gobierno, e part cerra patras.


Entrada Nobo pa Refineria pa HabriJuni 4;

Departamento di Polis Tambe Ta Move
Departamento di Polls di Lago lo cambia Trahadornan di Lago 1o
haya c Porta Mayor habri v sin atendencia Diamars mainta, Juni 4.
Nan lo encontra un porta nobo y un punto di control di trafico un poco
clen pia mas paden di refineria patras di e Porta Mayor bieuw. Nan
timecard lo keda movie pa e lugar di pasada bao e dak di e porta nobo.


Linianan y flecha lo wolde nimarc
ariha camina na e ciuzada na e poi-
ta nobo Hefe di Polis intei ino S
Dirkniaat a bzsa ie it hai(ffelrnan
drentando lefinilla lo nmestei pasa
ciu masha cuidao dool di e port no-
bo. Tiafico foi di ties direction ta
yega hulnto na tal punto Sr Dirk-
maat a i ngi fuertemente pa chalif-
fetunan usa nan lliznin di duiiccon
na e cruzada pa facility novemenito
di tl afico
Polta No 2, cii ta uin pocu patlas
di e dificin blainco di e porta nobo,
lo no tin ningtln hende pa control
aya t Iuminzando Juni 4 Conti ola-
mento (d vehic'ulonan y poi sonal
dientando y saliendo di iefinella lo
worde haci na e poi ta nobo
Pas pa wafnan to worde lequler
solamente pa no-empleadonan Nan
lo woide duna r door d Lago Poltice
Department E ranibio eventualinen-
te tambe lo ellnuna e designation di
"Docks" ariha e fichanan di emplea-
donan
E oficina bioew di polls y si kaslu-
nan den un edificio cercano paden di
clflinein lo vworde desmantela. Nan a
wo:de tiaha na nntar di 1940, tempo
,-i c f'lelza policial tabatin 200 honm-
(Contlull lni pagnlai 3;


BLOCKS TASTE good.
E BLOKKINAN ta smaak bon.


New Entrance


Police Quarte


Cinco Luna di Aseguro
Liber pa Participatenan

Den E Plan di Aseguro
Casi 2400 empleado di Lago, cu
ta participa den e plan di aseguro
di bida en grupo. lo ricibi cinco lu-
na di aseguro liber cuminzando e'
luna aki. Esaki ta di cuatro bez den
ocho anja cu premlo di poseedornan
di e p6liza ta word descontinu.
Cast Fls 58,800 ta disponible pa des-
Scontinuacion di premlo e anja aki pa
2383 participate, cu ta represent
71'1 di esnan eligible pa participa
den e plan di compania. Premionan
pa cada individuo cubri pa e plan ta
suma na Fls. 600 pa anja pa cada
Fls. 1000 di aseguro. E descontinua-
clon di premionan entire Juni y Oc-
tober ta nifica cu participantenan lo
paga solamente Fls 3.50 pa Fls. 1000
e anja aki, local ta e mes un premio
neto cu anja pasA
Premionan dund liber pa cinco li-
na di anja pasa a suma na Fls. 48,489
Anja pasa tabatin ocho cobranza pa
morto, sumando Fls. 51,000; cuatro
cobranza pa desabilidad pa un total
di FIs. 34,500; costo di cambio di un
aseguro di FIs. 1500
Desde cu e program di aseguro a


cuiiinza nIa IvaarL 19oo, Labatin 43
cobianza di aseguro pa morto su-
mando FIs. 304.000, y 40 cobranza pa
desabilidad sumando Fls. 216,375.
P .t ,,,t,, dln nl ~ b~r


a icipan enan en cC p an a rc lt I t. bl
Insurance Is Given Free p ore liber pa tes luna cumzan-
Insurance is Given Free do Maart 1960. Aseguro liber tamoe
a worde duna na Mel y Juni 1961 y
To Group Policy Holdersaworde duna na Me y 'ui 96 y
pa un period di cnco luna di Mei te
For Five Month Period September. na 1962
r IVe onh Pri E progiama di aseguro a word
Nearly 2400 Lago employees who introduci pa e anterior Comit4 Ad-
participate in the group life in- visoino pa Problemanan Special. El a
surance plan will receive five cuminza na Februari 1956. Su ob-
months free insurance starting this heto tabata protection pa familiar y
month. It is the fourth time in tabata di promer bez den historic di
eight yeais that premiums to policy- Lago cu empleadonan di staff y re-
holders have been waived. Almost : glar a worde dund un oportunidad
Fls 58.800 is available for premium pa drenta den un program di ase-
walveis this yeai to 2383 partici- guio di bida como un grupo.
pants, which is seventy-one per cent Bao e program cada empleado di
of those eligible to participate in the Lago por obtene proteccion di ase-
company plan. Piemiums for each guro na un costo extremamente abao
individual covered by the plan pa su familiar y otro dependientenan.
amount to Fls. 6.00 a year toi each Informacion adicional tocante e
Fls 1000 of insurance The waiver of program ta disponible cerca Grupo
prenuums between June and October d Beficio di Employment & Benefits
means participants will pay only Division, di Industrial Relations De-
Fls. 3 50 per Fls. 1000 this year, the apartment, na Telefoon 2822.
same net pienmium as last year B
Premiums waived for five months Speakers Bureau Lists
last year amounted to Fls 48,489
Last yeai there were eight death Nine Assignments in May
claims amounting to Fls. 51.000; f ou
disability claims totaling Fls. 34.500 Fr Off -The Job Safety
and conversion charges on one life of Nine speaking assignments were
Fls 1500. scheduled in May by the Safety Div-
Since the insi.ance program began vision in the Off-The-Job Safety Pro-
in Maich, 1956, theie have been gram Speakers included M. Croes,
forty-thiee death claims amounting J Noguera, I. V. A. Mendes, J J. R
to Fls 304.000, and forty disability Beaujon, H. P. E Ecury, T. Figaroa,
claims amounting to Fls 216,375 F. Christiaans. C de Cuba and S.
Participants in the plan received a Luydens.
three-month premium holiday start-i Five of the programs weie pres-
ing in March, 1960. Free insu ance ented to credit unions, two to youth
was also provided in May and June clubs
of 1961, and for a five-month pei iorl
May though September in 1962. Bureau di Oradores Tin
The inultance program was intrio- Nuebe Disca
duced by the former Special Piob. ebeDiscursoaribaist
Slems Advisory Committee It started Nuebe discuiso tabata planeA pa
in February, 1956 Mei dool di Division di Segundad
Under the program each Lago ena- den e Progiama di Seguidad fuera
ployee can obtain insurance prote"- di Tiabao Oradornan tabata M.
tion at an extremely low cost for his Croes, J. Nogueia, I V A. Mendes.
family or other dependents. J. J R Beaujon. H P. E. Ecury, T
FPither information on the pro- Figaroa. F. Christiaans, C de Cuba
gram is available from the Benefits y S Luydens.
Group of the Employment and Ben- Cinco di e programanan a word
Sefits Division, Industrial Relations present na credit unions y dos na
*Department, phone 2822. clubnan iuvenil


To Refinery To Open June 4;


rs Move To Medical Center

Caution Is Urged at New Control Point

Until Drivers Become Familiar with It
The Lago Police Department is moving. Lago workers will find the
Main Gate open and unattended Tuesday morning, June 4. They'll find
the new gate and traffic control point a few hundred feet inside the
refinery beyond the old Main Gate. Their time cards will have been
moved into the walkway area beneath the roof of the new gatehouse.


Lanes and arrows will be painted
on the pavement at the new gate in-
tersection. Acting Police Chief S.
Dirkmaat said drivers entering the
refinery would have to proceed
through the new gate very carefully.
Traffic from three directions merges
at that point. Mr Dirkmaat strongly
urged drivers to use their directional
signals at the intersection to facili-
tate the flow of traffic.
Gate No. 2, which is just behind
the new white gatehouse, will no
longer be manned beginning June 4.
Checks of vehicles and personnel en-
tering and leaving the refinery area
will be made at the new gate.
Dock passes will only be required
for non-employees. They will be is-
sued by Lago Police Department. The
change will also eventually eliminate
the "Docks" designation on employ-
ees' identification badges.
The old police station and its
locker room in an adjacent building
just inside the refinery will be dis-
mantled. They were built in mid-
1940, when the police force number-
ed about 200 men. There are about
seventy men on the force now. Lock-
ers will be moved to the old Marine
Post Office next to the Marine
Training Center.
Replacements for misplaced time
cards and temporary time cards will
be available at the new gatehouse, as
well as commissary identification
cards and Charge-A-Plates. Employ-
ees who forget their badges or others
needing refinery passes will find a
police clerk on duty in the north side
of the gatehouse. Files will be avail-
able at the gatehouse so the em-
ployee can remain at the clerk's win-
dow while the clerk looks up the in-
formation needed to issue the pass.
The clerk will also have a direct
telephone line connecting him with
the new police offices across the
street in a wing of the Medical Cen-
ter. Government police will occupy
the south section of the gatehouse
Queries may also be referred to the
sergeant in charge of the new main


gate. Mr. Dirkmaat emphasized all
telephone numbers presently in use
by Lago Police Department will re-
main unchanged. Police information
or assistance is available by calling
3600. Overtime transportation is
available by calling 3601. There is
also no change in calling for over-
time lunches, 3602.
The mail drop box at the old Main
Gate won't be moved. It is under-
stood the government plans to in-
stall a mail drop box near Aruba
Trading Company at which time
Lago's box will be taken down.
Police administrative offices are
being relocated to the southeast wing
of the Employee Medical Center.
Rooms for the police chief, traffic
officer and identification officer will
be located on the waterfront side of
the wing. On the opposite side of the
hall will be rooms for radio equip-
ment, the shift lieutenant and assis-
tant police chief. At the end of the
hall will be a clerk's room, photo-
graphic and laminating room and
arsenal.
The new gatehouse has a separate
(Continued on page 2)

Employees Asked To Use
Card Rack Nearest Entry
With the opening of the new
gate and relocation of Gate 1
time card racks, employees are
requested to use the time card
rack nearest their point of entry
into the refinery. It has been the
practice of some employees to
pick up their time cards at Gate 1
for entry through Gates 8, 5 and
elsewhere. Making use of the card
racks nearest points of entry will
help avoid congestion at the new
time card rack location opposite
the Employee Medical Center. Ai-
rangements can be made for em-
ployees to collect their wages at
Gate 1 even though their time
cards are racked elsewhere.


DEPARTMENT HEADS from the Central Government in Curacao are
shown in the Machine Shop during their May 17 refinery tour. R. E.
Muller, public relations assistant, explains parts of the operation to the
dignitaries, who represent various branches of government.
HEFENAN DI departamento for di Gobierno Central na Curacao Ia mun-
stra den Machine Shop durante nan bishita den refineria lei 17. R. E.
Mullei, Asistente di Public Relations, ta splica parti di e operation na e
funcionarionan, kende ta tepresenta tur ramo di gobierno.


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ARBAvs N ws

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


Search For Oil Is Costly
The high cost of looking for oil and sometimes finding it runs into
hundreds of millions of dollars a year. Oil companies must continue to
find new sources of oil in spite of the high costs of the many dry holes
drilled, in spite of the disappointments when a hole is abandoned.
The world's oil companies plan to drill a little more this year than
they did in 1962 despite these disappointments. Here's what one com-
pany went through before it found out the hole was dry.
This well was drilled a winter ago inside the Arctic Circle, in the
barren and island wastes of Northern Canada. After the geological
surveys had been made, twenty oil companies and mining groups dec-
ided this spot was a logical one on which to find oil. An Arctic cargo
ship was loaded with 2600 tons of cargo, which included enough food
to last thirty-five men 150 days; two rigid camp buildings and some
collapsible buildings; two twenty-ton landing craft, two tractors, a
fifteen-ton tandem truck and two semi-trailers, and provisions for con-
verting salt water to fresh at the rate of 2000 gallons a day. Oh, yes,
and drilling equipment.
A 5000-foot landing strip had to be built near the drilling site so a
DC-3 airplane could land more supplies. The men drilled for 208 days
in temperatures that ranged from thirty-five degrees above zero to
fifty degrees below zero.
The well was abandoned when it reached 12,543 feet. Total cost of
the well was $1,550,000. Oil produced: none.
Standard Oil Company (New Jersey) spent $209 million last year in
exploration expenses, including dry holes, and has spent nearly two
billion dollars in exploration in the last ten years.
When a producer sinks a new wildcat well, the odds are one in fifty-
two he'll make a "commercially profitable discovery." That's twice the
odds against him as there were in 1945.
Despite the long-shot characteristics of oil exploration, there were
more than 3700 drilling rigs operating in the world last year. There
were 2044 of these in the Western Hemisphere.
Companies from France, Germany, the United Kingdom and the
United States have obtained prospecting permits for large-scale ex-
ploration in South Africa. They expect to spend more than $36 million
there. Geological crews are searching for likely-looking places to drill
on all the continents with the possible exception of Antarctica. There
were about 250 such crews working at the end of 1962 in Europe, Asia
and Africa. Their equipment has become more expensive.
Oil is the basic resource with which the industry this oil industry
and many other industries continues to function. There's a high
cost in finding new sources of oil, and a high risk involved. Refining,
by comparison, is a stable operation. Oil goes in here and it comes out
there. The refinery, though, costs hundreds of millions of dollars, and
to keep it operating an adequate crude supply must be assured.
That's why the oil companies are willing to expend their money in
land leases, exploratory and sometimes fruitless drilling operations.
They have many operations. All depend on finding the oil.


.4


THE AMMONIA plant of the Antilles Chemical Com-
pany, part of the new industrial complex at Barcadera
was officially placed in operation May 29. The fertilizer
works west of the ammonia plant is expected to be
put in operation at the end of Octoher.


Dos Empleado cu 56 Anja

Di Servicio Retirando

Den Process, Mechanical
Dos empleado cu servicio largo lo
laga Lago pronto pa drenta fila di
pensionistanan. Adolf Halpert lo sali
for di Aruba mas o menos Juni 3
despues di mas cu binti-nuebe anja di
servicio, mas reciente trahando como
Assistant Zone Supervisor den Mech-
anical-Field Coordination. Andreas J.
Booi ta un Assistant Operator den
Process-LOF pa cast ocho di su binti-
siete anjanan na Lago.
p-an--


Busca mento di Petroleo A. Haper A. JBooi
Sr. Halpert a pasa binti-dos anja
E cost halto di buscamento di petroleo y pa descubri petroleo algun den Instrument Field. El a drenta
bez ta suma na centenares di millions di dollar pa anja. Companianan servicio di Lago Maart 28, 1934 co-
petrolero mester sigui busca fuentenan nobo di petroleo no obstante e mo un Instrument Tradesman 4a
costonan halto di hopi poosnan seco cu worde borA y no obstante di e Clase. Piomocionan succesivo a hi-
desapuntonan ora un poos worde bandona. be'le door di e rangonan te promer
E companianan petrolero mundial tin plan pa bora un poco mas poos- clase na 1937. Tres promocion mas a
nan e anja aki cu anja 1962, no obstante e desapuntonan. Aki ta sigui hacie'le Instrument Sub-Foreman la
loke un compania a pasa door promer. Clase na November 1, 1943. E titulo
E poos aki a worde cobi invierno pasa den region di Noord Pool den ey a cambia despues pa Instrument
e terreno seco y islanan bashi di Canada del Norte. Despues cu e estu- Sub-Foreman, y luego pa Instrument
dionan geologico a word haci, binti companianan petrolero y grupo- Foreman.
nan di mina a dicidi cu e lugar aki tabata uno den cual tabata logico Sr. Halpert a haya promocion pa
cu por descubri azeta. Un bapor di carga a worde yenA cu 2600 ton di Zone Foreman na Juni 1, 1956 y
carga, cual tabata inclui bastante cuminda pa dura 150 dia pa trinta y despues a bira Assistant Zone Super-
cinco hende; dos encampamento fuerte y algun edificio pa arma; dos visor.
boto di embarque di 20 ton, dos tractor, un truck grand di diezcinco Sr. Booi a cuminza na Lago Feb
ton y dos semi-trailer, y equipo pa refina awa dushi for di awa di lama 19, 1936 como un estudiante Opera-
na razon di 2000 galon pa dia. Y ademas un equipo di boor. tor den Process-LOF. El a ricibi pro-
Un terreno di ateriza di 5000 pia mester a word trahi cerca di e mocion door di e gradonan pa Proc-
sitio di e poos asina cu un avion DC-3 por a trece mas material y pro- ess Helper A na Nov. 20, 1936 y a
vision. E hombernan a coba pa 208 dia den temperaturanan cu a varia word designA como Pumper Jan. 5,
for di 35 grado ariba di zero te 50 grado bao di zero. 1938. El a ocupa e puesto ey te cu el
E poos a word bandon, ora el a yega 12,543 pia hundo. E costo a worde nombra Assistant Operator
total di e poos tabata $1,550,000. Petroleo produci: nada. Dec. 1, 1955. El lo laga Lago na
Anje. pasa Standard Oil Company (New Jersey) a gasta $209 million Augustus.
den cost di exploracion, incluyendo poosnan seco, y den ultimo diez
anja el a gasta casi dos billion dollar den exploracion.
Ora un productor ta coba un poos nobo speculative, e chens ta uno POLICE MOVE
den cincuenta-y-dos cu el lo haci un "descubrimento commercial favor- (Continued from page 1)
able." Esey ta dos bez e chensnan contra dje cu tabata exist na 1945. room for storage of equipment This
No obstante e asunto riscoso di exploracion di petroleo, tabatin mas will be behind the curved wall on
cu 3700 equipo di boor operando ariba mundo anja pasA. Tabatin 2044 which the time card racks will be
di esakinan den Hemisferio Occidental. hung.
Companianan for di Francia, Alemania, Imperio Britanico y Estados The ambulance garage just inside
Unidos a obtene permitnan cu prospect pa exploration ariba escala the old Main Gate will also be dem-
grandi den Africa del Sur. Nan ta spera di gasta mas cu 36 million olshed. The old Main Gate will be the
dollar aya. Gruponan geologico ta buscando pa lugarnan cu ta parce control point on paydays, however,
bon pa bora den tur continent cu exception di Zuid Pool. Tabatin and pay booths will be maintained in
como 250 di tal gruponan trahando na fin di 1962 na Europa, Asia, y the usual location there. The am-
Africa. Nan equipo a bira mas dificil y mas costoso. bulance will still be handled by Lago
Petroleo ta e fuente basico cu cual industrial -- industrial petrolero y Police Department. The ambulance
hopi otro industrianan ta sigui funciond. Costo halto ta involvi den phone number is 2444
descubrimento di fuentenan nobo di petroleo y tambe un risco grand. The changeover is also expected
Refinacion, en comparacion, ta un operation fiho. Azeta ta drenta di un to benefit employees going to the
banda y ta sali na e otro banda. E refineria, sinembargo, ta costa cen- Medical Center when off shift They'll
tenares di millones di dollar, y pa tene'le operando un entrego adecuado be able to drive directly to the build-
di azeta crudo mester ta asegurA. ing instead of leaving their cais out-
Ta pesey cu e companianan petrolero ta dispuesto pa gasta nan placa side the Main Gate.
den huurmento di terreno, den operacionnan exploratorio y hopi bez Moving from the old police quar-
den boramento sin resultado. Nan ta emprende hopi operacionnan. Tur ters was scheduled to start this past
ta depend ariba descubrimento di petroleo. Friday.


E ILANTA di amonia di Antilles Chemical Company.
cu ta part di un complejo industrial noho na Barca-
dera, a wordc poni oficialmente na operation 1ei 29.
E plantanan di fertilizante pabao di e plant ta word
spera di ser poni na operation na fin di October.


Two Schedule Retirements
With 56 Years Service

In Process, Mechanical
Two long-time employees will leave
Lago soon to join the ranks of an-
nuitants Adolf Halpert will depart
from Atluba about June 3 after more
than twenty-nine years service, most
recently as assistant zone supervisor
in Mechanical-Field Coordination
Andreas J. Bool has been an assis-
tant operator in Ptocess-LOF for
nearly eight of his twenty-seven
years with Lago
Mr. Halpert has spent twenty-two
years in the instrument field. He
joined Lago on Maich 28, 1934, as
an inst ument tradesman fourth
class Successive promotions tookl
him to the first class rating in 1937
Three mole promotions made him
instrument sub-folenman fist class
by November 1, 1943 That title was
changed to instrument sub-foieman,
then to instrument foreman
Mr. Halpert was promoted to zone
foreman June 1, 1956, later becom-
ing assistant zone supeivisul
Mr. Bool joined Lago on Feb 19,
1936, as a student operator in Pioc-
ess-LOF He was promoted through
grades to process helped A in Nov
20, 1936, and was named a pumper


on Jan. 5, 1938. He held that job un-
til being named an assistant oper--
ator on Dec. 1, 1955 He will leave


Bernardo Maduro
Bernardo L Maduro, 29, a Lago
employee for neatly ten years,
died May 22 after a long illness at
Lago Hospital. He was a paint
yaldman in the Mechanical De-
pai tment A resident of R B No,
30, Santa Ciiz, he was born in
I Ariub Aug 20, 1933 He leaves
his wife and two children
Beienadoi L Madluro, 29. tin em-
pleado di Lago pa cast dies anja,
Sa mulr Mel 22 despies di in on-
ferimedad lailg na Hospital di
Lago E tabata iin Yardman
Vkerfdo den Mechanical Depart-
mnent Siendo un esidente di R B
No 30, Santa Ci z, el a nace na
Ai ba Aug 20. 1933 E ta lai li
tras sio senjoia y dos yil


Seven Offices Reach Mark

Of 5000 Injury-Free Days
Seven divisions and depal tentt,
exceeded the 5000-day mark withit
a disabling injury thiiIgh the end of
the fist quarter of 1963 The Exe-
cutive Office leads the list with 6737
Days since the last disabling injiity
Others aie Techliical-Engineel ing,
6495 days, Set e Coloi ado schools,
6279 days Corlnliunity Si vice if-
flee, 6217, Mechanical-Food Set vices,
5954. Technical-Pi, cess, 3256, and
Public Relations Depai tment, 5361
Alechanic;] AIdminlsti atlin j uj st


Lago In Aigust. missed the 500i nimL k tlhtolgh the
DirectornandilagoReligi plod, tilaying i9 ay Th.er,
Directornanl I UICago ee i were no disabling on-the-job injlmul

Durante Reunion Anual dung arh
Cuatio directornan ,,di Lago O & a Directors Reelected
Transport Company, Ltd. a woilde
re-eligi duante e ,eunon anoal 1, At April Annual Meeting
accionista April 29 Nan tabata B I Foui duectoi; of Lag, Od ,rnd
C Clarkson, F C. Donovan, NW Tiansoit Company, Lid wle .
Tlansp!olt Company, LLd wrcle I-
Mulrray y F. W Swltel elected at the an nlal meeting i,
Na e reunion di olganlzacion I haieholders Apil 29. They "eie B
Diiectiva di Lago. Si. Mintay a C. Claikson, F C Donovan, W\ A
worde le-eligi como pi esilden r 1 Murray and F WV Switze
company Otionan cu a wode At the organization meeting o


eligi tabata SI Donovan, vice pilesi-
dente, T. F Hagerty. secietao:; y
W T Mm phy, tesore o.


- BLOCKS PILE good, too.
E BLOKKINAN ta para hon ariba
otro, tambe.


Lago's Boaid of Di cetois, Ml1 M il-
ray was ieelected company president
Others reelected wele Mi Dinov.i,
vice president: T F Hagcity, seci-
retary, and W T Murphy, tioasumi

Empleadonan Ta Ser Pidi
Pa Usa Rekki di Carchi
Cii habrimento di e poi ta nobo
y calmblo di lugar di leklknan di
carchi for di I'Pu ta 1, emplea-lo-
nan ta volde pidi pa usa e rekki
di time card mas cei ca di nan li-
gar di entrada pa lefineria Taba-
ta costlniber di algun empleado-
nan pa pasa busca nan time caid
na Pilta 1 nielnt as nan ta usa
Poita No 8, 5 of otri' pal ti pa
drenta Haclendo lius di rekki fil
carchi cul ta mas cei ca di entrada
lo yi.da pa evita acumlilacion na
e lugar di e cekki nobo di time
card enfiente di Centro Medico di
Eniplead Ai leglonan por worde
haci pa empleadonan cobra nan
page na Porta 1 make nan time
card ta poni na iekki na utro
lugar


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June 1, 1963


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Juite 1. 1963 ARUBA ESSI) NEWS


TIIE POIICE station above, built in 1940. will he
dismantled after police nmove to new quarters, at the
EmphIlo( ee Medical Center. Pa hboolhs on the hack side
of the building "ill remain here they are.


E WARDA di polis mas ariba a worde trahai na mitar
di 1940. E lo worde desmantela algun dia despues cu
polisnan a muda e weekend aki pa nan oficina noho
na Employee Medical Center.


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THE REFINERY'S new main entrance will officially open Tuesday, June
4. Lago police will occupy the foremost section of the new gatehouse here.
The employee walkway will be between the fences.
E ENTRADA principal nobo di refineria lo worde habri oficialmente Dia-
mars, Juni 4. Polls di Lago lo ocupa e parti mas dilanti di e oficina di
porta nobo. E pasada pa empleadonan na pia lo ta entire e wayanan.


W~I


THE BAR will he open on the refinery's main gate
Tuesday morning. (ate controls are being moved to a
nell conitol point adjacent to the present Gate No. 2.
which will them he left unmanned.


E BA\IRA lo worde habri na e porta mayor di refine-
ria Diamars mainta. Controlnan di porta lo worde
mudA pa e punta di control banda di e present Porta
No. 2, cu e ora ei lo keda sin control di polis.


Departamento di Polis di Lago Lo Cambia


I ENTRADA NOBO I
(C'0t0iiit di (1 n)t0l4 11
bet Awno e fuielza ta mas nmeno
741 hinrluerl E ctuartonan cu kashi lo
'wolde icanibia pa e Postkantoul
ileuiw di IMallna hbnda di e Mal;ine
Ti aning Center
Reenplazamento pa timec(aid per-
di y caichi temporaino o1 ta dispon-
ible na e edificio dli e porta nobo, y
tambe carchi di identification pa co-
mnsaoi y Charge-A-Plate. Emplea-
donan ciu tlbida nan ficha y otronan
(cu tin mesteti di pas di refinetia lo


haya un klerk (t Depto. di Polis na
warda na e banda noord di e ediftcio
di e porta. Alrhivonan ta disponible
na e po ta aki asina ta cu emplea-
donan poi keda na e bentana di e
kleik mnentras el ta busca e infor-
macion necesarlo pa duna e pas
E kleik tambe lo tin on linja di
telefoon director conectando e cu e
oficina nobo di polis na o otro banda
di carina den un ala di e Centro
Medico Polls di gobierno lo ocupa e
secelon zuid di e edificio di e porta
nobo)
Preguntanan pot worde drigi na e


RADIO OPERATOR Mauricio Maduro, left, and Records Clerk Celestino
Quandus go through their desks, cleaning them out in anticipation of this
weekend's move to their new offices in the Employee Medical Center.
OPERADOR DI radio Mauricio Maduro, robez, y Klerk di Records Celes-
tino Quandus ta repasando nan lesenaar y ta haci nan limpi wardando
ariba e mudamento di e weekend aki pa nan oficinanan nobo.


sargento na warda na e porta mayor
nobo. Sr. Dirkmaat a accentuA cu tur
number di telefoon actualmente na
uso door di Lago Police Department
lo keda sin cambia. Information y
asistencia di polls ta disponible door
di yama 3600 Transportacion pa
overtime lo ta disponible door di
yama 3601 Tampoco no tin cambio
den e numero pa yama pa comida dl
overtime, cual ta 3602.
E caha di deposit carta na Porta
Mayor biIuw lo no word movie. Se-
gun ta worde comprendi, goblerno
tin plan di install un postbus cerca
di Aluba Tiading Company, y den tal
caso e caha di Lago lo word kita.
Oficinanan adnmnistrativo di polls
ta worde cambia pa e ala zuidoost di
Centro Medico pa Empleado. Oficina
pa e Hefe di Polls, official di tratico
y official di identification lo ta situA
na e banda di lama di e ala. Na e
otio banda di e corridor, lo tin cuar-
tonan pa equipo di radio, pa e Ten-
lente di Warda y e Asistente di Hefe
di Polls. Na e fin di e corridor to Iin
tn oficina pa un klerk, cuarto di
fotografia y un arsenal.
E edificio di e polta nobo tin tin
ciiarto separA pa warda equipo. Esaki
lo ta tras di e muraya di curva ariba
cual e timecardnan to ta poni
E gaiashi di ambulance un poco
paden di e Porta Mayor bieuw tambe
lo worde kibra E Poita Mayor
bieuw lo keda como punto di control
ariba dianan di pago, sinembargo, y
e lugainan di pago lo word manteni
na e sitionan actual. E ambulance lo
sigui bao Lago Police Dept E nu-
mero di telefoon pa ambulance ta
2444.
E cambio tambe ta worde spera di
facilita empleadonan cu ta bai pa
Centro Medico na oranan despues di
trabao


LOOKING OVER plans for the remodelling of a wing in the Employee
Medical Center for new police offices are First Lt. G. H. Hofstee, Acting
Police Chief S. Dirkmaat and First Lt. G. G. Egas.
REVISANDO PLANNAN pa reconstruction di e parti di Employee Medi-
cal Center pa oficinanan nobo di polis ta Promer Tnte. G. H. Hofstee,
Hefe di Polls Interino S. Dirkmaat y Promer Tnte. G. G. Egas.











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PREPARING A new office for Police Chief W. G. Spitzer, workers re-
model part of the Employee Medical Center. His office, in the southeast
wing of the center, overlooks the three-way traffic intersection.
PREPARANDO UN oficina nobo pa Hefe di Polis W. G. Spitzer, traha-
dornan ta reconstrui un parti di Employee Medical Center. Su oficina, den
e part zuid-oost di e centro, tin bista ariba e cruzada di trafico den tres
direction na e entrada principal nobo di refineria.


ARUBA ESSO NEWS


June 1. 1963


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


June 1. gii3


Jersey Standard Ta Forma Compania Nobo Mas Tanki di Deposito New Company Formed by Jersey Standard

Pa Expande Negocio Quimico Mundial Uppe Field di LOF; TO Expand Worldwide Chemical Business
Un compania nobo a word estableci door di Standard Oil Company Rempazando Spheroid A new company has been established by Standard Oil Company
(New Jersey) pa coordini y expanded su negocio quimico international. Un tank dc dep6sito di 80,000 bar (New Jersey) to coordinate and expand its international chemical bus-
E afiliado nobo, Esso Chemical Company, Inc., lo trata movementonan 'i ts bao construction na Upper iness. The new affiliate, Esso Chemical Company, Inc., will handle
international di quimico y lo avisa y asisti cuarenta afiliadonan di Tank Farm. No. 732 ta word con- international movements of chemicals and will advise and assist forty
Jersey cu ta operando den fabrication y ventas di productonan quimico si como contnuacn e po- Jersey affiliates who are engaged in manufacturing and marketing
den Estados Unidos y otro partinan grama cu ta exigi reemplazamento chemicals in the United States and
di mundo. ta un otro paso den Jersey su esfuer- di tankinan di spheroid pa tankinan other parts of the world, drive to broaden markets for its
Pa form Esso Chemical, Jersey zonan mtensific pa aumenta mer- ci dak flotante. To form Esso Chemical, Jersey chemical products, expand the range
Standard lo consolidd e tareanan di cado pa su productonan quimico, pa Fundeshinan a worde complete ey Standard will consolidate the func- of those products and insure the most
Chemicals Coordination Department expand e alcance di tal productonan cerca pa No. 736 y No. 741, cada tons of the company's Chemicals efficient results from the company's
di e compania y esnan di Chemical y aseguri lo mas eficiente resultadlo- tno planca pa un capacidad di 80,000 Coordination Department and those substantial investment in chemical
Department di su aftliado pa entrego nan for di inversion substantial d, barrl. E tankmnan, cu ta recht di of the Chemical Department of its operations. The move is pat of a
y ventas international, Esso Inter- compania den operacionnan quimco. ariba pabao en vez di e tankman .h international supply and marketing plan to establish a higher degree of
national Inc. E paso ta part di un plan pa esta- foima rondo cu nan ta reemplazA, ta affilate, Esso International, Inc. separation of Jersey's oil and chem-
Jersey Standard sut afiliadonan a blece un grado mas halto di separa- mas facil pa inspecciond y mantene Jersey Standard affiliates have in- teal business.
aumenta nan ventas di productonan cion entire negocio petrolero y quL- c" e tankinan spheroid. ceased their sales of chemicals by
quimico cu 65 per cent den ultimo mico di Jersey. Dos tank spheroid mas lo worde sixty-five per cent in the past five L.go TO Get New Crane
cinco anja. E ventas nan ey a monta desmantela mas despues den anja, years These sales amounted to $342 Lago G New Ca
na 342 million dollar anja pasB Lag o L aya Grua No0o largando Lago cu nuebe di tal tanki- million last year With A 240-Foot Boom;
E compania nobo lo studio opor- nan. Nan ta word lus pa Process- The new company will study op- WhopperWeighs 62T
tunidadnan pa inversionnan nobo den oom di 240 Pia LOF E terreno di spheroid un tempo- portuities for new investments in Wh per Weighs 62 Tons
terreno quimico, incluyendo possible C Sa Pisa di 162 Tn tabatn bnti-tres tanki den un gupo. the chemical field, including poten- Lago will receive a mobile cane
productonan nobo y usonan nobo, ex- 1N Stoa Ta nkl A dded trial new products and new uses, ex- about three-and-a-half times as large
tension di clase di productonan y ex- Lago to nicibi un grua movable e New Stor e Tank Added tension of product lines and expan- as the refinery's largest this month.
pension di negocio quimico di Jersey luna aki cu ta (omo tires y me bez At Upper Field for C sion of Jersey's chemical business in- Manufactured in St Pal, Mnne-
pa lugarnan nobo den mundo. mnas grand cu esun mas grand di o L to new areas of the world. sota, the 162-ton vehicle is expected
E compania tambe lo traha h refineria. Siendo constri na St. Paul, Replac Sherid Unit The company will also work with to arrive here for unloading at No 1
cu afiliadonan pa stimula ventas in- Minnesota, e vehiculo di 162 ton ta r affiliates in stimulating international Finger Pier June 8 aboard the Santa
ternacional di quimico, enseyanza na word spera di yega a.ki Juni 8 abor- An 80,000-barrel storage tank is chemical sales, training chemical per- Baibara
personal quimico, desaroyA organiza- do di Santa Barbara pa ser descargA under construction in the upper Tank sonnel, developing marketing organi- It will be used in erecting new
cionnan di ventas y percura pa en- na Finger Pier No 1. Farm No. 732 is being built as a zatons and providing supply and smokestacks on Combination Units 5
trego y transportation pa negocio El ta worde usA pa lamta chime- continuation of the program which transportation arrangements in world- through 8. The machine cost $205 880
quimico mundial. nea nobo pa Combination Unit No 5 calls for replacement of spheroid wide chemical trade It is twenty-four feet high without
E compania nobo lo tuma un part te 8. E grua ta costa $205,880 E ta tanks with floating roof tanks The new company will take an ac- the boom, and under ideal conditions
active den formulacion di programa- binticuater pla halto sin e boom y Foundations nearby have been tive part in formulating chemical of level age will be able to lift 165
nan di investigation quimico pa Esso bao condicionnan bon di balance lo e completed for No 736 and No 7l, research programs for Esso Research tons,
Research & Engineering Company, por hiza 165 ton. each planned for an 80,000-barrel and Engineering Company, Jersey's Its crawler shoes are fifty inches
Jersey su principal empresa di inves- Su sapatonan di gatia tin un han- capacity The tanks, sti aght up and principal research arm, and the ies- wide The biggest portion of the dis-
tigacion, y e organizacionnan di in- chura di cincuenta duim. E section down instead of the bulbous-shaped each organizations of Jersey affili- assembled crane weighs fifty-two-
vestigacion di affliadonan di Jersey mas grand desmontA di e grua ta tanks they replace, are easier to in- ates in Abingdon, England, Rouen, and-a-half tons It will be assembled
na Abingdon, Inglatera; Rouen, na pisa cmcuenta y dos y met ton. E aspect and maintain than the spher- France; Hambuig, Germany: and heie and employees trained in its
Francia; Hamburg, Alemania; y grua lo worde monta aki y emplea- olds. other parts of the world. Through operation
otro partman di mundo. Door di e donan lo worde entrena den su ope- Two more spheroid tanks will be these organizations arrangements It will have a boom length of 241
organizacionnan aki, arreglo lo wor- racion. dismantled later this year, leaving will also he made to furnish technical feet. The vehicle is over nineteen
de haci tambe pa duna servicio tec- So boom lo tin un larguia di 240 Lago with nine such tanks. They are sales service and laboratory assis- feet wide and twenty-five feet long
nico di ventas y asistencia di labori- pia. E vehiculo ta over di dicznuebe used by Process-LOF. The spherolid tance to affiliates and customers. !It is being shipped from Baltinore
torio na afiliadonan y clientenan. pia hancho y binticinco pia largo. E installation at one time had twenty- Establishment of Esso Chemical is: The refinery's largest cranes pre-
Establecimento di Esso Chemical ta worde embarcA for di Baltimore. three tanks in one group. another move in Jersey's intensified sently aie foity-five ton capacity.


BOXES AND boxes of kindergarten building blocks are scrutinized happily by Mother Priorin
Theresia and Sister Marie Jose while Severiano Luydens, Lago tour leader, aids them in
deciding which boxes go to which schools. First results at Te Aworo school are shown at
right, although the displays quickly get more complicated.


GIVEN A little more construction time, the
kindergarten children were soon turning out
arrangements like this with the blocks at the
Paradera kindergarten classes.


HAYANDO UN poco mas tempo pa construc-
cion, e muchanan di kleuterschool pronto ta-
bata logra figuranan manera esaki cu e blok-
kinan den klas di kleuterschool di Paradera.


CAHA Y mas caha yen di blokki pa kleuterscoolnan ta word scrutiny cu alegri a pa oeder
Priorin Theresia y Soeur Marie Jose mientras cu Severiano Luydens, hefe di paseonani di
Lago, ta yuda nan dicidi cual caha ta bai pa c ual school. Iromer resiltado na school di Te
Aworo ta word niunstrii na drechi, aunke pronto e exhibicionnan la bira mas comiplicA.

Blocks Qive Away Good, Too
The boxes and boxes of cubes, pyramids, arches, arcs, circles and just plain blocks
of wood had been stored, unused for several years. D. V. Thompson, supervising prin-
cipal for Seroe Colorado schools, could see no reason for keeping all of them There
had been three kindergarten sections in Seroe Colorado schools. Now there is only one
section, and it certainly had enough wooden blocks The plain wooden blocks that
hadn't been used for some time were taking up about thirty-six cubic feet of storage
space. They must have some use left in them, Mr. Thompson figured. He had them
taken to the Lago Reception Center. A few telephone calls later the blocks were
quickly being distributed to many of the island's kindergarten schools, where eager
youngsters immediately began building cities and skyscrapers and churches and all
kinds of buildings, and everyone, including Mr. Thompson, was very happy


Blokkinan Tambe A Bai Bon
E cahanan yen di blokki den di forma, di pyramid, arco, boog, y forma rondo y
tambe blokki di palu gewoon tabata ward pa hopi anja sin worde usa. D. V.
Thompson, supervisor y cabezante di scoolnan di Seroe Colorado, no por a mira nin-
gun motibo pa tene nan. Antes tabatin tres seccion di kleuter school na Seroe Colo-
rado. Awor tin solamente un seccion, y esey seguramente tabatin bastante blokki di
palu. E blokkinan gewoon di palu cu no a worde usa pa basta tempu tabata tuma
mas o menos trlnta-y-seis pia cuadra di lugar den dep6sito. Ainda mester tin algun
uso pa nan, Sr. Thompson a cacula. El a manda nan pa Lago Reception Center. Des-
pues di algun yamada di telefoon, e blokkinan tabata worde parti na e muchisimo
kleuter schoolnan ariba nos isla, na unda immediatamente hobennan ansioso a cumin-
za traha ciudad y rasca-scielos y misa y tur sorto di edificio, y tur hende, incluyendo
Sr Thompson, tabata masha content.


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June 1. 1963 ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Lago's Annual Management Party Is Held


At Aruba Caribbean; Thirteen Win Prizes
Just ten years ago more than 600 supervisors gathered at the Aruba
Golf Club for dinner, a boxing exhibition, and a short address by Lago
President J. J Horigan The boxing has since been replaced with more
sophisticated entertainment, and the location has shifted to the hotel.
This year, A G. Kossuth was master of ceremonies, with well-received
singing by Jack and Sally Jenkins, who had appeared with Guy Lom-
bardo's orchestra. There were 460 who attended the 1963 party, which
was threatened to be dampened by light sprinkles during the social hour.
The 1954 party was referred to by the Aruba Esso News as the second
annual one, nomenclature not given to the preceding party.
This \ear there were thirteen winners of door prizes. Winning 300
liters of Esso Extra gasoline were Pedro Croes of Process-LOF, F. Kock
of Executive-OCD, E Koolman of Marine Department, T. O. Lucas of
Mechanical-Field Coordination. and Raymundo Nicolaas of Mechanical-
Welders
N P Da Breo of Marine Department, G. Anderson of Mechanical-
Administration and A Rarick of Technical-Laboratories each won four
Atlas Plycron passenger car tires. Winning heavy duty Atlas batteries
were L. R Hodge of Mechanical-Garage. A. Hoen and R. C. Peterson of
Technical-Laboratories and F. Bebrout of Process-Utilities.


Dieztres A Gana Premio Di Rifa
Solamente diez anja pasa mas di 600 supervisor a reuni na Aruba
Golf Club pa un comida. un exhibition di boxeo, y un discurso cortico
door di President di Lago J. J. Horigan. E boxeo desde e tempo a worde
reemplaza pa un diverticion mas sofistica y e lugar a cambia pa Aruba
Caribbean Hotel.
E anja aki. A. G Kossuth tabata maestro di ceremonia y tabatin
cantamento door di Jack y Sally Jenkins cu tabatin bon acogida, mien-
tras nan tabata acompanja pa orchestra di Guy Lombardo. Tabatin 460
persona cu a presencii e fiesta di 1963, cual a worde amenaza di ser
desanimA door di un yobida fini durante e ora social.
E anja aki tabatin dieztres ganadornan di premionan di porta. Ga-
nando 500 liter di Gasolin Esso Extra tabata Pedro Croes di Process-
LOF, F. Kock di Executive-OCD. E. Koolman di Departamento di Ma-
rina, T. O. Lucas di Mechanical-Field Coordination y Raymundo Nico-
laas di Mechanical-Welders
N. P Da Breo di Depto. di Marina, G. Anderson di Mechanical-Ad-
ministration y A. Rarick di Technical-Laboratories cada uno a gana
cuatro Atlas Plycron Tire pa auto pasahero. Ganando bacteria Atlas
Heavy Duty tabata L R. Hodge di Mechanical-Garage. A Hoen y R. C.
Peterson di Technical-Laboratorio y F. Bebrout di Process-Utilities.


THE FAST-MOVING buffet line served up the 460
heaping platesful in short order. Jack and Sally Jen-
kins, stars of the entertainment program afterward,
above right, are watched attentively by management
staff members, bottom, at the edge of the pool.


E LINJA di comida moviendo rapid a sirbi 460 tayo
den corto tempo. Jack y Sally Jenkins, estrella di e pro-
grama di diverticion mas despues, drechi ariba, ta
worde contemplt cu atencion door di miembronan di
staff di directive, abao, na canto di e piscina di hotel.


ZIPPER TROUBLE for this danceuse-chanteuse is solved by Master of
Ceremonies A. G. Kossuth, but not without a nervous grimace in the wake
of several comments from the audience as he complies.
TROBBEL DI zipper di e cantatriz-bailarina ta worde solucioni door di
Maestro di Ceremonia A. G. Kossuth, per no sin un gesto nervioso.


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June 1, 1963


Standard Enters World


ACI Opening in October this strengthen the economies of the
countries concerned, provide employ-
To Make Second Complex ient and needed products."
Mr. Rathbone said that the capital
Aiding World Agriculture investment by Jersey and affiliated
Standard Oil Company (New companies in fertilizer plants in the
Standard Oil Company (Newsix countries would amount to about
Jersey will become one of the im- s .. ,.. a t
Jersey) will become one of the im- 116 million, and that all are sched-
portant producers of fertilizers in to go into poducton b the end
the world with the establishment of T i
of 1965. This figure includes local
fertilizer plants in six countries. and other investment capital, he
The plant locations are in Colombi, added.
Costa Rica, El Salvador and Aruba, i,,
Cost Ric, El Salvado and Aruba, The annual production capacity
in the Caribbean area, and in th .
the ibean ara. a in th Jersey affiliated companies will at-
Philippines and Spain. The first of ,y ^^ +
these, an ammonia and nitric acid tai by that time will come to
1,330,000 metric tons with a product
plant in Cartagena, Colombia, was value of $100 million" he said. "This
opened recently by Colombian gov- is enough to make jersey an ipor-
ernment and Jersey Standard offi- tant factor in the world fertilizer in-
cials. I dustry, but this will not be the full
Ammonia and nitric acid producedextent of the company's investment
extent of the company's investment
by the new plant would be converted in the field.
into nitrogen fertilizers by a nearby jersey's s expansion in this area
plant, Abonos Colombianos (Abo- f s logically not only from the
flows logically not only from the
col), in which Jersey's Colombian stance of petroleum chemtry
affiliate has a one-third interest. The n the manufacture of fertilizers and
two plants will play a part in the the increasing experience of ou
growth of Colombian agriculture company and its affiliates in the
which, in 1960, used 20,000 metric company ad its affi but also from
tons of nitrogen fertilizer and, it is petrochemical fiel ut alo from
estimated, will sharply increase to our anticipation of a long-term rise
estimated, will sharply increase to in the world demand for chemical
possibly over 100,000 tons by 1968, fertilizers," Mr. Rathbone said.
Hitherto all fertilizers have had to
be imported into Colombia. The increase of world food pro-
be imported into Colombia.
"This is an example, we believe, of duction is one of the most vital parts
how an international company, act-iof the revolution of rising expecta-
ing in its own interests, at the same tions which is now shaping the pol-
time supports basic aims of both icies of half the nations of the world.
the United States and the developing Scientific use of fertilizers will en-
nations," said M. J. Rathbone, pres- large the yield from much of the
ident and chief executive officer of land now under cultivation." Mr.
Jersey Standard. "Investments like Rathbone said.


Curacao Department Heads

Receive Guided Tour of Lago
Twenty-one officials of the Central Government
in Curacao were guests of Executive Management
May 17. They were briefed on the oil industry's
situation, refinery plans and operations, and devel-
opment of personnel. The officials also heard a dis-
cussion of Lago's 1962 statistics and 1963 outlook
and were conducted on a tour of the refinery.
Visitors included: Judge Zuur, Chief Justice; G.
C. Sprockel, Court Recorder; H. W. J. M. van der
Made, secretary-general of the Ministry of General
Affairs and H. L. Braam, director of the Govern-
ment Information Service; M. Sonnema, acting dir-
ector of the Netherlands Antilles Pension Fund; J.
van der Heul, acting manager of the Bank of the
Netherlands Antilles; C. Rusman of the Foreign
Exchange Board; J. A. Meuter, director of the Of-
fice of Land Survey and Records; A. van Hoff,
acting chief of the Tax Auditing Department; G.
Smoor, acting head of the Federal Auditing Depart-
ment.
Also, C. J. J. Botterwag, Chief of Police; W. G.
de Haseth, secretary of the Department of Justice;
L. E. van der Jagt, head of the Department of Social
Affairs, and Dr. D. J. de Voogd, acting director of
the Bureau of Statistics and Planning; P. T. M.
Sprockel, Inspector of Education; Drs. R. A. Romer,
head of the Bureau for Culture and Educational
Development; P. H. J. Breusers, Postmaster-Gen-
eral; T. H. Rober, Shipping Inspector; J. B. Ver-
donk, acting head of the Meteorological Service;
T. van Strien, Inspector of Public Health; and Baron
G. W. van der Feltz, director of the Central Office
for Economic Development.


Hefenan

Di Curac
Binti-un ambt
ragao tabata hu
17. Nan a word
cion di industry
refineria, y desa
tambe a tende u
pa 1962 y un p
hiba pa un bishit
E bishitanteni
dent di Corte Si
Corte; H. W. J. I
di Ministerio di
Director di Servi
tral; M. Sonnem;
sion di Antillas
interino di Banc
di Junta di Divi
cina di Kadaster
speccion di Bel
Depto. Federal
Ademas, C. J.
W. G. de Haseth,
ticia; L. E. van
Asunto Social, y
rino di Bureau
M. Sprockel, Ins
mer, Hefe di Bu
cional; P. H. J.
H. Rober, Inspe'


Jersey


ctor di Navegacion: J. B. Verdonk,


tin gran part di e tera cu awot ta


Hefe interino di Servicio Meteorologico; T. van word cultivd," Sr Rathbone a bisa
Strien, Inspector di Sanidad Publico; y Baron G. W. "Allba teileno di fei tlizante, Jer-
van der Feltz, Director di Oficina Central pa Desar- isey ta spera di hunga un part signi-
oyo Economico. ficante mientias manteniendo si po-


ii n N. a n '7 ,i .ri ,,
May 18
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LAGO PRESIDENT W. A. Murray and othrr members of Lago management discuss refinery
operations with department heads from the Central Government at Curacao after a tour of
the facilities here. The social hour preceded a luncheon for the delegation at the Esso Club.


PRESIDENT DI I.ago W. \. Murray otro miemhronan di Directiva di Lacu ta disculi ope-
racionnan di refineria cu hefenan di depai-lamento for di (ohierno Central na C'urauao des-
pues di un hishita na e facilidadnan aki. E ora social tahata promer cu e comida.


IFertilizer Field Jersey Standard Ta Drenta Mercado
Mr. Rathbone called attention to a M ndial di Fertilizante den Seis Pals
speech by John R White, a vice Standard'Oil Company (di New Jersey) lo bira uno di e productornan
president and dreclor of jerseyy important di fertilizantes den mundo co establecimento di plantanan
Standard, in Cartagena, Colombia, in di fertilizante den seis pais. E plantanan ta situf na Colombia, Costa
connection with the opening of the Rica, El Salvador, y Aruba, den territorio di Caribe, y na Filipinas y
s of the Jesey-affated fertilizer Espafa. E promer di e plantanan aki, un plant di amonia y acido
ventures. nitrico na Cartagena, Colombia, a
Mr. White, in his speech, said that worde habri recientemente door di sicion principal den terreno di ener-
such investments are guided by Jer- Gobierno Colombiano y oficialnan di gia. Pa hunga tal part, esey no ta
sey Standard's belief that no invest- Jersey Standard solamente bon negoshi pa nos pero
ment can be sound unless it meets Amonma y acido nltrico produce pa mescos cu berdadero bon negoshi
three tests e plant nobo lo worde convert den tambe di beneficio ariba un ter-
"The first and most obvious test is fertilizante nitrogeno door di un minor largo pa e pueblonan involve"
,that the investment should show a planta den cercania, cu yama Abonos Si. Rathbone a yama atencion na
reasonable promise of yielding a pro- Colombianos (Abocol), den cual e un ciscurso di John R White, un
fit to the company and its share- compania afiliado di Jersey na Co- vice president y director di Jersey
holders," Mr. White said. "This need lombia tin tn tercera part di in- Standard, na Cartagena, Colombia
not in all cases be immediate profit teres. E dos plantanan lo hunga un ten coneccion cu habrlmento d( e pro-
Because Jersey Standard has large part den desaroyo di agrcultia mer empiesa di fertilizante emprendi
resources, it is possible for us in Colombiano, cual na 1960 a liusaa c ta afilia cu Jersey
some cases to make considerable in- 20,000 ton metric di fertilizante nm- Den si discurso Sr White a bisa
vestments in the expectation of fu- trogeno y cu ta word calcula di cu tal inversionnan ta worde guide
ture profit aumenta hopi te posiblemente over door di opinion di Jersey Standard
"The second test is that out invest- di 100,000 ton pa anja 1968. Te awor (cu ningun inversion no por ta sano,
ment must benefit the country in tur fertilizante tabata ser import si e no ta satisface tres testnan.
which it is made. Through the pay- den Colombia. "E promer test y esun mas evi-
ment of fair wages and of reason- "Nos ta kere cu esaki ta un ehem- denic ta cu e inversion mester mun-
able taxes, through the availability pel di corn un compania internacio- I stra un promesa razonable di product
of our products on the local market, nal, actuando den so propio interest, gan.ncia pa e compania y si accion-
and in many other ways, Jersey ex- na mes tempo ta apoya obhetonan istanan," Sr White a bisa. "Esaki no
pects its enterprises to serve the basico di ambos Estados Unidos y e den tinr caso mester ta ganancia in-
needs of the host nation, as well as paisnan desaroyando," asmna M J mediator. Pasobra Jersey Standard
the company's own interests. Rathbone, president y principal ofl- tin recursonan grand, ta possible pa
"Finally, Jersey insists that cial ehecutivo di Jersey Standard, a nos den algun caso hac inversionnan
their investments must work in bisa. "Inversionnan manera esaki ta considerable sperando ariba future
such a manner as to help the long fortifica e economic di e paisnan in- ganancia
range development of the resources volvi, ta trece emplco y productonan ''E segundo test ta cu nos inver-
of the nation in which it is oper- necesario sion master beneficial e pais na unda
ating -not only their physical re- Sr. Rathbone a bisa cu inversion el ta woide hadi. Door di pagamento
sources, but also their human re- di capital door di Jersey y su corn- di sueldonan husto y belasting ra-
sources," Mr. White said. panianan afilia den plantanan di fer- zonable, dooi di haci nos pioductonan
tilizante den e sets paisnan lo suma disponible ariba mercado local y den
di Departamento namas mens 116 mllin llar yhopi oto Jerseyta speak pa
di Departament cu tiur ta plane pa cumninza produc- si empresarnan sirbi e necesidad di e
STa Bishit Lgo cion a fin dh 1965. E clfra aki ta in- naclon cu a dlne hospitalidad y tam-
ot L clul capital local y otro capital in- be e interesnan propio di e com-
v erti, el a aglega pan a
enaar di Gobierno Central na Cu- "E capacidad di production annual "Finalmente, Jersey ta insist cu
espedes di Directiva Ehecutivo Mei cu companianan afiliado di Jeisey 1I su inversionnan mester opera den tal
SdunA information tocante e situa- yega pa e tempo ey lo ta 1,330,000 forma pa vuda ariba termmo largo e
* petrolero, plannan y operation di ton metrico na tn valor di product desaroyo di e recuisonan di e nation
iroyo di personal. E ambtenaarnan di 100 million dollar," el a bisa. den coal el ta opera -no solamente
n discussion di statistieknan di Lago 'Esaki ta bastante pa haci Jersey un su recursonan fisico, pero tambe su
erspectiva pa 1963 y nan a worde factor important den industrial mun- recursonan humano" Sr White a
:a den refineria. dial di fertilizante, pero esaki lo no bisa
an tabata inclui: Juez Zuur, Presi- ta e complete volumen di e compania
uprem6; G. C. Sprockel, Griffier di su inversion den e terreno aki NEW ARRIVALS
M. van der Made, Secretario General "Jersey su expansion den e direc- Mays
Asuntonan General, y H. L. Braam, cion aki ta sigui logicamente no so-' i L\I i ,. I, ., -,
icio di Informacion di Gobierno Celi- lamente for di e importancia di qut- kit"" .."'May
a. Director interino di Fondo di Pen- mica petrolero den fabhcacion di IiIIro'i-i .i. ,i iL,. ,a..> \
Holandes; J. van der Heul, Director fertilizantes y e experiencia creciente \l ',,,h ., ,h
o di Antillas Holandes; C. Rusman di nos compania y su afiliadonan den I.i.jhit, .v-,,., Ml.,,,
sas; J. A. Meuter. Director di Ofi- terreno pet oquimico, pero tambe for .[s .. o mm .
r; A. van Hoff, Hefe interino di In- di nos anticipation di un auniento \ ''
sting; G. Smoor, Hefe interino di arnba termino largo den demand May 1' '
di Auditornan. mundial pa fertilizantes quninco." ;O.l ... i tii, n
J. Botterweg, Comisario di Polis; Sr Rathbone a bisa \.IItl', \' in umn .\
Secretario di Departamento di Hus- "Aumento di production di cumin- Mai.,'ih. i,..t 1,a .,. i[ .Ht.1
der Jagt. Hefe di Departamento di da mundial ta uno di e partisan mas il.i ,,, ma un \
Dr. D. J. de Voogd, Director inte- vital di e 'levolucion di espeianza i'1 l.i.
di Statistiek y Planeamento; P. T. creciente' (ual aw\oi ta foniando e i \nI a ,l ay 16
pector di Educacion; Drs. R. A. Ro- p6lizanan di nmtar di e nacionnan di t.. in.i.. i
reau pa Cultura y Desaroyo Educa- mundo Uso scientific di fertilizanten ',-, i,,,, .,,, ,,, ,
Breusers, Hefe di Postkantoor; r. lo aumenta e cosecha obteni for di I N, \ i.n I .


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