Aruba Esso news
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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: July 13, 1963
Frequency: biweekly
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Language: Text in English and papiamento.
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- 1940-
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Job Opportunities for University Trained

Personnel Discussed at Aruba Schools

Advantages and Aids in Technical Education

At University Level Cited by Hoo and Britten
Alexander A. Hoo and Amred A. Britten, two youthful engineers in
Lago's Technical Department, have reviewed their educational pasts
and professional qualifications to interested youngsters of ten Aruba
schools. Accompanied by Technical Division Superintendents N. P.
Schindeler and H. F. Couzy, they sought to disclose the opportunities

t do of

TWO OITSTA. DING suggestions were turned in by
F. I. Lo-Fo-Sang of .Mlchanital-Electrical, left and
It. de Robhles of Iroces Department-Crackinh. Oine
received the safety award, the other the best of the
month recognition.

De Robles, Lo-Fo-Sang

Mehor Sugeridornan di

Luna pa Coin-Your-Ideas
H ie Robles y Ferdinand R. Lo-
Fo-Sang a 'voi de numhia e mehoi
isupe idornan-di-luna St De Robles
a g,,na e distlnm ion pa e mehor idea
di Jlni, nientias St Lo-Fo-Sang a
wvoi dr (ciedit;i t e mehor idea di
Diezcuiatrl idea a worde accept
na Jurni E pi enio nims halto di d
total di Fls 53., tabata Fls. 101) di
Sr De Robles J E. Thode di Depar-
tamento Mechanical tahata di dos
c tin pi emio di Fls 75.
Sr De Robles a suge i pa un linja

DOS IDEA sobresaliente a worde mandi aden door di
F. R. Lo-Fo-Sang di lMechanical-Electrical, robez, y H.
De Robles di Process Department-Cracking. Uno a rici-
bi e premio pa seguridad, e otro a worde acceptA como
e mehor idea di luna.

Lago Ends Aqua
Lung Filling Service
For a number of years, Lago's
Process Depa tment-Utilties has
provided a community service, al-
though limited in scope, by filling
aqua-lungs for skin diving enthu-
siasts. This service will no longer
be offered by Lago The company
recently closed its oxygen-bottling
facilities, and now purchases its
requirements from a commercial
Owners of aqua-lungs may be
supplied by J. H. Bigler, Antilles
Industrial Gases, located on the
old Eagle Refinery grounds

di gas incite wode mstala dooi di e Antonett and Anji
Lateda central dl turbo den Clacking An nette and Anj
Plant cu paiticion pa cada plant I chaicl
E lnjanan aki di gas inetre La duna IR and Mechanial Men,
tin mnetodo mas confiable y exacto pa Receive July Promotions
saa anle fot di tin sistema. Pr
Sr. Lo-Fo-Sang so idea d seguridad Oscar V. Antonette of the Indus-
tabata pa encend un staiter switch trial Relations Department and
Na tin ligar den Poweihouse No 2, Lis S. F. Anre of the Mechanical
un stai ter switch tabata install den Depal tment were promoted this
tin cabinet, peo e switch mes no month. Mr. Antonette on July 8 was
tabata enceri Mientras e cabinet advanced to the position of division
tabata cerra, e switch tahata cubit, head Personnel, and Mr Artle on
pelit oa e tahata habri el tabata Jllly 1 assumed the duties of assis-
libie A \wode siigeri pa e switch tant zone supervisor Field Coordi-
wolde tapd, local ta mehora segu- nMeton t
ridad di operation. E idea a gana Mi. Antonette's service I- near
Fls. 35. eighteen years His first position
wTi as as an apprentice clerk B in the
Tielen y Renfurm Ambos Industmial Relations Department. He
Cu 25 Ana di i advanced to junior clerk and then
u 25 Anja di Servicio section head of Employee Records
Ta Retira ion and Safety. In December, 1951, he
a Reira cu Pens n was promoted to job analyst B He
Dos homber lende nan number a then became employment assistantt
worde aglega na e lista di pensio- (Continued on page 2)
nistanan di Lago ta Hermanus Tie-
Ien di Depattamento Tecnico y
Evert G Renfimn di Departamento
Mechanical Ambos empleado recien-
temente a pasa e Inaica di binti-cin-
co anja di sci viio cu Lago Sr. T ie-
len, kende lo laga Lago otio siman,
a cuminza su empleo April 20, 1938,
y Si. Renfurm, kende a bal for di
Lago Juhll 1, a piincipia so empleo
tin dia despues di Sr. Tielen, April
21, 1938
Sr Tlelen su servicio na Lago a
coimmza den Plessure Stills ha unda
el tabata un Apprentice Operator.
Despues el a bna tin Assistant O-
peirator den e Hydro Poly Plant
bleuw, y na Augustus 1939, el a laga
Lago pa drenta servicio miiatar. El
a bolbe back clnco anja despues y
a lreumi su trabao como Assistant
Operator. Na Juni 1946 el a cambia
pa Process Control di Departamento
Tecnico como un enginiero qulmico. COLLEGE STUDENTS in Lago's
El a worde promovi pa Enginrero A Program take time out from
na April 1952. Despues el a bira un throughout the refinery to tour thi
(Continua na pagina 2) ties. Along the way they visited the

0. Antonette y L. Anjie

Di IR y Mechanical Ta

Recibi Promocion na luli
Oscar V. Antonette di Departa-
mento di Relaciones Industrial y
Luis S. F. Anjie di Departamento
Mechanical a haya promocion e luna
aki. Sr. Antonette a word promovi
pa e position di Hefe di Division di
Personal Juli 8 y Sr. Anjie ariba
Juli 1 a asumi e responsabilidad di
Assistant Zone Supervisor Field
Sr. Antonette tin casi diezocho
anja di servicio. Su promer posicion
tabata Apprendiz Clerk B den In-
dustrial Relations Department. El a
avanza pa Junior Clerk y despues pa
Section Head di Employee Records
and Safety. Na December 1951 el a
haya promocion pa Job Analyst B.
Despues el a b'ia Employment As-
sistant y Employment Supervisor.
Na December 1959 el a wore pro-
movi pa Senior Personnel Assistant.
Recientemente Sr. Antonette a
complete un anja di enseyanza bao
auspicio di Lago na Industrial and
Labor Relations School di Cornell
University, na New Yoik
Sr. Anjie a ricibi promocion pa
Assistant Zone Supervisor for di po-
sicion di Foreman-Metal Crafts. El
tin mas di diezseis anja di servicio
y cur exception di su anjanan den
Lago Vocational School, tur su ser-
vicio tabata den Mechanical Depart-
ment. Despues di a complete School
di Ofishi di Lago. Sr Anjie a bai pa

that exist for young men and young
women who follow school curricula
comprising mathematics and science.
The school visits were concentrated
attempts to outline to students in
formative school years what is meant
by technical university studies, what
these studies demand and what oppor-
tunities are available to young men
and young women who successfully
complete these requirements. A year
ago Lago management met with Aru-
ba educators to discuss the problems
of cultivating and obtaining universi-
ty trained and qualified Netherlands
Antillians for professional assign-
ments It was felt then, and is still
the consensus, that students entering
the eighth grade are not completely
aware of what is involved in techni-
cal study at the university level. He
is not aware of the existence of
specific, not general, opportunities.
To undo some of the mysteries of
university education, and to replace
apprehension or trepidation in young-
sters' minds with practical and ex-
plicit information, were the tasks of
twenty-five-year old Hoo and twenty-
five-year old Britten. The two ap-
peared before seventh and eighth
grade students as graduates of Aruba
schools who had gone to the United
States and successfully completed
technical university education. They
appeared, also, as two Aruban young
men who are using their university
education at Lago on professional
assignments. They pointed out the
opportunities at Lago and Barcadera
and in Aruba for university trained

A. A. Hoo A. A. Britten
sized the discipline, determination and
initiative required.
The students were told that scho-
larchip aid is available for deserving
and qualified young men and women.
Not only is there the Lago Scholar-
ship Foundation, but the island and
federal governments also sponsor
scholarship programs. Assistance un-
der the Lago Scholarship Foundation
to worthy candidates has amounted
to complete payment of all school
fees incurred in the course of four
years attendance at United States
and Holland universities.
The four Lago representatives
worked in teams of two. Mr. Schin-
deler and Mr. Hoo visited Colegio
Arubano, Protestant Christian School,
John Wesley College, St. Augustinus
College and Avond Mulo. Mr. Couzy
and Mr. Britten visited Juliana
School, La Salle College, Commandeur
Abraham de Veer School, Comman-
deur Peter Boer School and St.
Antonius College.
Mr. Schindeler and Mr. Couzy in-

technical people. Two sentences trom produced their young associates as
Mr. Britten's remarks highlighted the examples of the university trained
opportunity phase of the discussion: technical men Lago seeks. It was
"The demand for university trained exnlnined that Lago wants Antillian

technical men is high and it is worth-
while for you to seriously consider
a career in the technical fields. For
example, it is estimated that Aruba
will need seventy new chemical en-
gineers in the next five years, and
last year only two were graduated."
Suggested for students' thought as
they approach the juncture in their
school system where they select the
avenue of study they wish to follow
was the curriculum which stresses
mathematics and sciences and pre-
pares the student for professional

Mechanical-Pipe como un Laborer type university study. It is the harder
A. Cinco promotion y seis anja des- of the two curricula, and because of
pues el a bura un Subforemaan h Pipe. this Mr. Hoo and Mr. Britten empha-

Summer Training ESTUDIANTENAN DI colegio den Programa di En-
their assignments trenamento di Verano di Lago ta tuma tempo for di
e company's facili- nan trabao den tur parti di refineria pa nan haci un
Combination Units. paseo door di facilidadnan di compania.

graduate engineers to move into tech-
nical and supervisory positions.
Mr. Hoo was graduated from St.
(Continued from page 2)

Summer Training Program

Has Thirty-Six Students
Thirty-six young men and women
are currently enrolled in the ten-week
Summer Training Program for col-
lege students. They are assigned to
almost all departments, and repre-
sent a wide number of fields of study.
The summer program began in
1955, and is designed as a work-
experience program to help students
learn to work, gain experience for
future careers and to help students
orient themselves to the business
world. Students whose fields (f study
have practical application at Lago
have been assigned to departments
doing this type work.
Technical students have been as-
signed to the Technical Department
and include such majors as petroleum
engineering, electrical engineering,
chemical engineering and civil engi-
neering. Majors in medicine and bio-
logy drew Medical Department as-
signments. Sociology, history, psy-
chology and English majors were
assigned to the Industrial Relations
Department. Mathematics, accoun-
ting and business majors found as-
signments in the Accounting Depart-
The program is open to students
enrolled in a college or university
who have successfully completed their
first year. They need not be the sons
or daughters of a Lago employee to

ARUBA ESSO NEWS July 13, 1963


Printed by the Aruba

De Robles Lo-Fo-Sang

Named Outstanding CYI

Suggesters-of-the Month
H. de Robles and Ferdinand R.
Lo-Fo-Sang were named the out-
standing suggesters of the month
Mr. De Robles earned the accolade
for the outstanding idea of June,
while Mr. Lo-Fo-Sang was credited
with the outstanding safety sugges-
Fourteen suggestions were accep-
ted in June. The highest awaid of
the Fls. 535 total was Fls. 100 to Mr.
De Robles. J. E. Thode of the Me-
chanical Department was next with
a Fls. 75 award.
Mr. De Robles suggested that an
inert gas line be installed through
the central pipe alley in the Crack-
ing Plant with take-off lines to each
unit. These inert gas lines will pro-
vide a more reliable and accurate
method of purging air from a
Mr. Lo-Fo-Sang's safety sugges-
tion was to enclose a starter switch.
At a location in No 2 Powerhouse,
a starter switch was installed in a
cabinet, but the switch itself was
not enclosed. While the cabinet was
closed, the switch was not exposed,
but when opened it was.
The suggestion won Fls. 35.
Industrial Relations Department
N. R. LeGrand Fls. 25
Mechanical Department

L. D. Geerman
W. C. Hopmans
F. H. Gibbs
Metal Crafts

Fls. 25

O. C. Wilson FIs. 30
Planning & Administration
J. Kelly Fls. 30
Technical Group
J. E. Thode Fls. 75
Mech.-Storehouse. Discontinue
stocking 1" OD x 12BWG x 17' car-
bon steel condenser tubes.
V. F. Ruiz Fls. 25
Technical & Administration
R. Hodge Fls 25
Process Department
Cracking & Light Ends
H. de Robles Fls. 100
A. Figaroa Fls. 60
Proc.-C&LE. Refrigerant pumps
No. 2095 & 2096 seal oil line.
H. E Enser Fls. 35
M. Tromp Fls. 25
A. A Hartogh Fls. 25

fS t Logo Ta Stop

, SO QF $ Servicio di Yenamento
Di Aqua-Lung
Durante algun anja. Utilities di
TURDAY, AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS Process Department di Lago taba-
DrukkerL N.V.. Neth. Ant. ta provee tin seivicio na comuni-
dad, aunque na un manera limit,.
KamberdiReaccioninstala door di ye'namento d aq ia-iungs
pa hendenan practicando sport di
Vertical na Planta No. 10 'sambuyamento Compana recin-
Verticl a a a No. 10 temente a sera nan facilidadnan di

DuranteReparacionMayor yena outer. y awo ta cmpra
Para vertical entire Visbreakers 9 comerntal.
y 10 ta cuatro kamber di reaccion. E Dononan di aqua-lungs por
towernan, cu nan historia ta bai back wode atendi door d J H igler,
te na e promer dianan di refinenia Antilles Industral Gases,
di Lago, a word install na paar.
promer na No 9 durante su repala- r nf
cion na April. E segundo paar, pa Tielen, R. L. Renfurm,
No. 10, a worde poni durante e tra- T
bao di limpiamento, reparacon y a Twenty-Five-Year
bo mayor na e plant aki cual a Men Plan Retirements
cuminza Jul 1. Men, Plan Retirements
E kambernan ta pisa como sesenta Two men whose names have been
ton. Nan a word movie for di nan added to the list of Lago annuitants
lugar di sosiego horizontal patras di are Hermanus Tielen of the Tech-
Visbreaker Units y a worde poni den nical Department and Evert G
position vertical door di e grua di Renfurm of the Mechanical Depart-
162-ton cu a worde gehuur reciente-
mente. E towernan lo duna un capa-
cidad absorbente mas grand.
E instalacion di e kambernan di
reaction tabata part di e trabao na
Unidad No. 10, cual entire otio in-
volve reemplazamento ariba escala
grand di quemadores, tubonan, pla-
chinan pa tubo y muraya di forno.
Manera tabata e caso cu No. 9, e
muraya di brug trahA segun peso e
vertical, a worde kibra y reemplazA
H. Tielen E. G. Renfurm
pa tn muraya colga of di estilo di un
brug Den in muraya want segun ment. Both men recently passed the
peso vertical, kitamento di un rij di twenty-five-year mark in Lago ser-
bloki lo causa cu e muraya ariba e vice. Mr, Tielen, who will leave Lago
rij di blokki sacA lo cai. Blokki den next week, began his employ April,
un muraya colga ta poni y wvanta di 20, 1938, and Mr. Renfurm, .ho left
tal forma cu hopi blokki por worde Lago July 1. began his employ one
kita sin peligro di caimento. day after Mr. Tielen, April 21, 1938.
Reaction Chambersla Tielen's Lago service began in
the Pressure Stills where he was an
Reaction Chambers Placed the "Pessure S Hls Were e was ant
Vertically at No. 10 Vis apprentice operator He late" became
an assistant operator in the old Hy-
During Major Turnaround ro Poly Plant, and in August, 1939,
ringleft Lago to enter military service.
Rising vertically between Visbrea- He returned five years late and re-
kers 9 and 10 are four reaction cham- sumed his duties as assistant opera-
bers. The vessels, which date back to. In June, 1946. he transferred
to the first days of Lago retmery, to Technical Department's Process
were installed in pairs, first at No. 9 Control as a chemical engineer. He
during its turnaround in April. The was promoted to engineer A in
second pair, for No. 10, were erected April. 1952. He lately became an
during this units scheduled cleaning, engineer in Technical-Process Engi-
repairing and major modifying which needing Group.
began July 1. The employment period of Mr.
The chambers weigh approximately Renfurm was entirely in IMchanm-

sixty tons. They were removed from
their horizontal resting place behind
the Visbreaker units and placed in
position vertically by the recently-
rented 162-ton crane. The vessels
will provide greater soaking capacity.
The installation of the reaction
chambers was part of the No. 10

Service Watches Awarded turnaround which among other con-
vice Wat s Awarded siderations, was concerned with
To S enten Emplo s wholesale replacement of burners,
To Sev n ploys tubes, studded tubes, tube sheets and

At Quarter- Century Mark walls in the furane.
As was the case with No. 9, the
Seventeen Lago employees passed gravity type wall was removed
the twenty-five-year service mark. and replaced with a suspended or
Their longevity was recognized at
Ther longevity was recognized ait bridge style wall. In a gravity
special ceremonies conducted in their hung wall, to remove a row of bricks
honor July 3, and during which would cause the collapse of the wall
General Manager F. C. Donovan
General Manager F. C. Donovan above the row pulled out. Bricks
presented enscrbed gold watches to in a suspended wall are so placed
each of the men The number of Lago and supported that many can be
twenty-five-year watch recipients is removed without danger of collapse.
Mechanical Department recipients A IA
were F. T Ras and J. P. Wever, NEW ARRIVALS
Machinist; V. C. Steward, Store-
house; E. J Dongen, Boilermakers; A uneh. Dpt. A son,
CENSER. Auu.t Tech. Dept.. A ion,
E. G. Chittick, Instrument; J C. Auzust. III
Hassell, Yard, and K. H. C. M. KELL. Marco Utlitles, A son. Robert
Egers, Technical and Administrati- June 7
on. Those who received watches in CROES, Mario Metal Craft: A son. Ru-
the Process Department were M. DUCUBA. Antonio M. Storehouse: A
Hoeverts. Utilities; A. H. Hodge, 'o". Rudolfc Alberto
WILLEMS. Victoriano Storehouse. A
Receiving and Shipping; R. van der .on. Alberto
Linden, Light Oils Finishing, and TROMP. Maxmuno Lab 2; A son. Nelson
A. L Lampkmn, Cracking and Light Oliver
d June 11
Ends. KROZENDIJK. Antono Rec. & Ship
Technical Department twenty-five- A daughter, Mildred Candlda
year men at the ceremonies were W. D JOUY. Waillram -or Tech. Det.; A
E. Meisenheimer, Process; H. C June IIa
CROES. Henr,. Acid & Edel.: A duugh-
Miller, Administration; H. A. Kelly, CROE nrrra & Ee: A daughn
Lab. 2, and F. E. Acosta, Lab. 1. June is
RAS. Jose Rec. & S hi- A '"dahter.
Other recipients were J R. Proterra, MuagaS GiJsea .
OExerutve, and E H. Semeleer, Ma-I June 14
Exeutie u JACOBS. Caskmlro LOF. A daughter.
rine-Floatmng Equipment. Lisette Elsea

cal-Carpenter One t

Oportunidad pa Empleado cu Diploma

Di Universidad Discuti na Schoolnan
Alexander A. Hoo y Amred A. Britten, dos enginiero hoben den
Depto. Tecnico di Lago, a duna un relate di nan historic di education
y capacidad professional na hobennan interesA di diez schoolnan di
Aruba. Acompanja pa Superintendentenan di Division Tecnico N. P.
Schindeler y H. F. Couzy nan a busca pa revela e oportunidadnan cu

ta exist pa much homber y much
muher cu ta sigti program di edu-
cacion cu ta inclui matematica y
E bishitanan na e schoolnan taba-
ta esfuerzonan concentrate pa splica
estidiantenan den anjanan di school
foimativo kiko studio tecnico na
universidad ta nifica, kiko e estu-
dionan ey ta demand y ki oportu-
nidadnan ta disponible pa hobennan
cu ta cumph cu e exigencianan ey
cu exito. Un anja pasA Directiva di
Lago a tene un reunion cu educa-
dornan na Aruba pa discuti e pro-
blemanan pa cultiva y obtene An-
tillalionan cu estudio universitano
y capacidad pa trabaonan profesio-
nal. E tempo aya tabata e opinion,
y amda e opinion general ta, cui
estudiantenan cu ta drenta di ocho
klas no ta completamente con-
sciente di loke ta wolde exigi pa
un studio tecnico ariba nivel um-
veisitario. El no ta na halLura cu

dos y Holanda.
E cuatro representantenan di
Lago a traha den team di dos Si.
Schindeler y Sr Hoo a bishita Co-
legio Arubano, School Piotestan:
Cristan, John Wesley College, St
Augustinus College y Mullo d Ano-
chi. Sr Couzy y Si. Britten a bishi-
ta Juliana School, LaSalle College,
Commander Abraham de Veer
School. Commander Peter Boer
School y St Antonus College,
Sr. Schindeler y Sr. Couzy a m-
troduci nan socionan hoben como
ehempelnan di hombernan cu edu-
cacion tecnico university o cu Lago
ta busca. A woide splice cu Lago
kier pa engineronan Antiliano cu
gradua ocupa posicionnan tecnico y
super visoi to
Sr. Hoo a giadua for di St. Au-
gustinus College na 1956. El a word
emplea como un Mail Boy den Exe-
cutive Office te otonjo di 1957 na

oportuindadnan specific, y no gene- cual anja el a inscrbi su lines na
lal, ta exist. St Leo College Pieparatory School
Pa soluciona algun di e misteilo- na Flo ida Despues di un anja di
nan di education univeisitailo, y pa school pieparatoilo, el a atende e
reemplaza e desconfianza of temro Illinois Institute of Technology na
den mente di hobennan pa infor- Chicago na unda el a gradua na
macion piactico y positive, tabata 1962. Actualmente el ta asigna cu
e area di Hoo di 25 anja di edad 'opeiacionnan intei medo den Process
y Britten di 24 anja E dosnan aki Engineering Division di Depto Tec-
a present nan mes dilanti di estu- nico. Sr Hoo ta un engnielio qul-
diantenan dt slete y o(ho klas como mico. El tin dos ruman cu ta sm-
estudiantenan cu a gradua na school- Jando bao auspicio di Lago, uno ta
nan di Aruba y cu a bai na Estados snjando pa stuumnan di remolcador
Unudos y a cumpli cu nan education y e otlo ta stiuiendo estudto tecnico

tecnico univeisitarlo cu exito Nan
a aparece tambe como dos hoben
Arubano cu ta usando nan educacion
universitario na Lago ai ba asigna-
clonnan professional.
Nan a nunsti a arba e opoltunl-
dadnan na Lago y Barcadera y na
Aruba pa hendenan cu enseyanza
tecnico di universidad Dos lenalka
di Sr Britten a splica e puntonan
principal tocante oportunidad di tra-
bao: "E demand pa hombeinan ci,
enseyanza tecnico unive sitai o ta
halto y ta vale la pena pa boso con-
sidera seriamente un cairei a iba
tereno tecnico Por ehempel, ta word
calcula cu Ainba lo bai tin mester
di setenta engimelo qunminc nobo

univelsitario na West Virginia In-
stitute of Technology
Sr Biitten ta un estudiante cu a
gladuia na La Salle College y School
di O ishi di Lago El a sigul estudio
di LVS cu tn anja na Mariapolis
College Pieparatory School na Con-
necticut. Deepries el a bai Universi-
dad Catolico di America y a giadua
como tin enginiero mechanical na
1962 El ta at ba un asignacion
rotacional den Depto. Tecnico Des-
pues di a complete seis luna den
Mechanical Projects Section, awor
el ta den Equipment Inspection Sec-

(Continied from puoor 1I

den e sigeente Oneu of hi first
assignments was as a laborer A den e sgente cino anj n, Augsts College in 1956. He was
He received four success promo- anja pas solamente dos a haya nan employed as an Executive Office mail
He received four successive promo- diploma. boy untl the fall of 1957 when he
tions beginning in March. 1942, that dipoma." bod until the fall of 1957 when he
took him through the cai center ca- ientas nan t ceca e pto den led in St. Leo College Prepaa-
tkg ettoren ca nan system dS educacion na undat o
tegores to carpenter A. nan system d educacon na tory School in Florida After a year
nan mester select e direccion di 1
Inan ester select e direction d of pi ep school he attended Illinois
I I studio cu nan ta desea dl siguil a Institute of Technology in Chicago
TWO PROMOTIONS worde recomenda pa estudiantenan where he was glauated in 1962. He
(Continued from plage 1) pensa anba e programs e ta c pone ,s cmtrentlv assigned to mntemediate
and employment supervisor In De- enfasis aiiba matematica y ciencia opatons in the Technical Depart-
cember, 1959, he was promoted to y Cu ta piepaia e estudiante pa tn ments Process Engineeing Division.
senior personnel assistant tipo di estudio univeisitali piofesi- i. Hoo is a chemical engineer He
Mr. Antonette recently comple- onal. Esey ta e program mas duio has two brothers training under Lago
ted a year of Lago-sponsored tral- entie e dosnan, y pa tal motibo Si. sponsorship, one is in tug mate trai-
ning at the Industrial and Labor Hoo y Sr. Britten a accentui e dis- ning and the other is undertaking
Relations School of Cornell Un- ciplina. determinacion y initiative cu university technical studies at West
versity, New Yoik ta requei Virginia Institute of Technology.
Mr. Anjie was promoted to assis- E estudiantenan a word bisa cu Mr Britten is a graduate of La
tant zone supervisor from foreman ayudo pa beurs di studio La dispo- Salle College and Lago Vocational
Metal Crafts. He has over sixteen n"ble pa much homber y muher cu School He followed LVS with a year
ta merece y ta cualifica. No tin so- a Manapols College Preparatory
at Maliapohis College Preparatory
Slamente e Lago Scholarship Foun- Schil in Connecticut He attended
dation, pelo e goblerno insulai y Catholic University of America and
central tambe ta apoya pnograma was giadiated a mechanical engineer
dl beurs Ayuda bao e Lago Scholal- in 1962 He is on rotational assign-
Sship Foundation na candidatonan ment in the Technical Depa tment
merecedor ta consist, di pago cor- Presently in the Equipment Inspec-
pleto di tur placa di school pa ton Section. he completed six months
e cur'so di cuatro anja pa s;gll es- in the Mechanical Projects Section
studio universitario na Estados Unl-

0. V. Antonette L. S. F. Anjie
years of service, and excepting his
years in the Lago Vocational School,
all his service has been in the Mecha-
nical Department After completing
LVS, Mr Anjie went to Mechanical-
Pipe as a laborer A. He was piomo- I
ted to papefitter helper B in January, )
1951. Four promotions and .x years
later he became a subfoieman -
Pipe. He later became Pipe and Me-
tal Crafts foreman,

Daniel C. Lake
Daniel C Lake, a carpenter A
with twenty-three years scivice.
died at Lago Hospital June 26.
The deceased was fifty-one years
_f age. He is survived by his wife
and ten children
Daniel C Lake, un carpmntero A
'11 binti-tres anja di servicio, a mu-
ri na Hospital di Lago Juni 26 E
tabatin cinmcenta-y-un anla di e-
lad E ta laga tras su senjora y
dies yiu

t ConHtullr dl plllln I)1
engnilelo den Technical-Piocess En-
giner nmg Group
E pe lodo, di empleo dl Si. ftenftrm
tabata hentei amente den Me.chanical
Ca penter Uno di su promer asigna-
:connan tabata como un peon A El
a ici bi cuatri promocion sucesivo
cuminzando Maart 1942, cualnan a
avanze door di e categorianan di
Caipenter te Carpenter A, e position
cu -" tabata ocupa na tempo di su
letllo cu pension




THE NORTH side of No. 1 Finger Pier underwent a major

renovation recently. Timbers along

the length of the pier were replaced and where mooring dolphins were located, new sleeves for
securing bolts were installed and concrete was poured over a net work of reinforcing rods.

E BANDA noord di Finger Pier No. I a haya un renovacion mayor recientemente. Madera
ariba henter largura di e waf a worde reemplaza y na unda tabatin poste di marra bapor, sec-
cionnan nobo pa wanta bools a worde install y concrete a worde bashi.

No. 1 Finger Pier Nc
E parti noord di Finger Pier No. 1 y seccionnan
grand di e deck principal di e waf a worde completa-
mente renoba recientemente. Tur loke a keda como
reparacion grand na wafnan den haaf ta e banda Zuid
di Finger Pier No. 1. Esaki lo cuminza Juli 22 E waf
a worde saca for di servicio Juni 6. Ambos banda 1
worde cerrA na principio mientras trabao cayente
mester a worde complete. E banda zuld a worde habri
mientras hopi empleadonan di various ofishi a cuminza
ariba e banda noord.
Mas di 2600 pia di madera di groenhout di 12 pa
12 duim diki a worde usa pa renoba e banda noord
di e waf di 630 pla largo. Cada biga a word poni na
su lugar door di un grua y a worde pegA na e waf cu
bools di nuebe duim. E boolsnan a worde manda aden
como cuatro duim den e madera. Den e buracu entire
e cabez di bools y e part pafor di e madera un pen a
worde manda cu tabata gelijm. E pen despues a worde
corta pareuw cu e madera. largando e madera liso na
banda pafor. Esaki a worde haci 4000 bez ariba hen-
ter e largura di e waf. E mes trabao lo wore haci
ariba e banda zuid.
Corriendo casi ariba center e laigura di e dek di e
waf tabata railnan di locomotief, e ultimo recutrdo di
e servicio di locomotief cu Lago tabata opera un tem-
po. E railnan a worde saka y nan lugar a worde yena
cu concrete

DOWELS FORMED in greenhart are turned in the
Carpenter Shop and then driven into openings in new
timbers where bolts had been driven through. Glued
and sawed flush, the result is a closed, smooth finish
on the timber's outboard side. This was done 4000

irth Refurbished, South Si

THE CLOSED chock of a ship berthed at the south
side of the pier frames a Lago craftsman.
E I'UGAR di pasa cable di un bapor marrA na banda


PENNAN DI groenhout ta worde traha ariba mashien
den Carpenter Shop y despues nan ta worde manda
den e buraconan di e maderanan nobo na unda hools-
nan tabata hincA. Despues di ser gelijm y cortli pa-
reuw, e resultado di e trabao ta un madera lizo y bun
cerra na e banda pafor di e maderanan.

ide To Start July 22
The north side of No. 1 Finger Pier and large areas
of the pier's main deck were completely renovated
recently. All that remains in major harbor pier re-
pairs is the south side of No. 1 Finger Pier. This will
begin July 22. The pier was first taken out of service
June 6. Both sides were closed initially while hot work
assignments were completed. The south side was ope-
ned while the complete length of the north side was
descended upon by scores of men and crafts.
Over 2600 feet of twelve-by-twelve greenhart tim-
bers were used in renovating the 630-foot north side
of the pier. Each timber was placed in position by
crane and then fixed to the pier structure by nine-
inch bolts. The bolts were sunk approximately four
inches below the surface of the timber. Into the hole
between the head of the bolt and the timber surface
was driven a dowel coated with glue. The dowel was
sawed flush leaving a clean, smooth surface.
Running almost the entire length of the pier's deck
were railroad tracks, sunken vestiges of the narrow-
gauge train system that once was Lago's. These were
ripped up and the depressions left were filled with

WHEN NO. 1 Finger Pier was put into service in 1949 its deck was
lined with railroad tracks to accommodate the narrow-gauge train that
at one time operated over a route that covered a major portion of the
refinery. The train hauled supplies and equipment.
TEMPO CU Finger Pier No. 1 a worde poni na servicio na anja 1949, su
vloer tabata cubri cu linja di rail pa e locomotief small cu un tempo taba-
ta operA ariba un ruta cu tabata pasa den mayor parti di refineria. E
locomotief tabata transport provisions, material y equipo.

a La

BEFORE DOWELS cover the openings, the area must be drilled to size,
far left, and the bolt fixed, left. The twelve-by-twelve-inch timbers are
picked up and positioned by a crane after the bolt and dowel holes have
been drilled. Holes are visible in the timber above.
P'ROMER CUI e pennan tapa e buraconan, e lugar meter worde geboor
segun e tamanjo necesario, hand robez. 3 e bools ta worde hinci. robez.
E maderanan di 12 pa 12 duim diki ta worde hizi y poni na position
;oor di un grua despues cu e buraconan pa e bools y pennan worde geboor.



July 13, 1963


Eternal Curiosity Portrayed

In Petroleum Research Film
The role of petroleum research and science in
helping man to adapt to his environment is portrayed
in a new motion picture which has recently been added
to Lago's film library. The thirty-minute film entitled
"The Human Element," was produced especially for
Standard Oil Company (New Jersey) and its affili-
ates. The film, which is world-wide in scope and con-
cept, has already been seen by many Lago employees
and by members of some social organizations. It will
be among the films Lago regularly shows to lequest-
ing organizations of Aruba as part of the film pro-
gram conducted by the Public Relations Department.
To picture man's age-old struggle to escape the
enslavement of manual toil and to achieve a richer
life, two Jersey photographers traveled over 38,000
miles through England, Holland, France, Italy, Ni-
geria, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Japan, Peru, United
States, Colombia and Brazil. They exposed 64,800
feet of 16mm color film. The total footage ran more
than thirty hours before being edited to the half-
hour running time of "The Human Element."
Some of the photographers' modes of travel were
unusual even in film production. They rode camels
in the Middle East and elephants in Thailand.
The Jersey photographers worked 14,000 feet
above sea level in the Peruvian Andes and below it
in the desert of Saudi Arabia. While in Thailand,
they were beset with floods of disaster proportions.
There were avalanches in the Italian Alps, and a
sand storm held up shooting for two days.
"The Human Element" shows men harvesting gra-
pes in Burgundy as they have for generations, child-
ren piping the timeless tunes of Peru, Nigerians
beating talking drums in the jungles, temple dancers
in Thailand, a 600-year-old windmill in Holland and
a hand plow almost as primitive as the Stone Age.
Accompanying the vivid color of life in distant
lands are the sounds of the scenes as recorded on
location. The Jersey photographers used thousands
of feet of tape recordings to give faithful represen-
tations to the excitement of sound with the action
on film.
The primitive and the modern are dramatically
contrasted throughout the film. In forests of the Far
East, elephants wrestle giant teakwood logs in track-
less woodlands, as modern trucks bear the same tim-
ber to sawmills over logging roads.
Industrial research, as illustrative of man's curi-
osity and reasoning power, is a re-echoing theme of
the film. An Indian chemist, working in an Esso
laboratory in England, obviously has much in com-
mon with two American physicists arguing appli-
cations of the laws of physics at Esso Research and
Engineering Company. Half a world away from them
a laborer, farmer or engineer use the ultimate pro-
ducts of their skills.
Although oil's achievements in scientific research
form a central focus for "The Human Element,"
this is not primarily a film about scientists and labo-
ratories. Research is portrayed as a tool enabling
man to satisfy his unique demands. Fuels and lubri-
cants become part of man's freedom to move, to
enjoy life, to sustain himself, and to think.
Several of the commonplace products of oil take
on a special interest in the film. Paraffin, for exam-
ple, is shown serving the world in many ways as
a protective coating for Dutch cheeses, as a polish
for shoes, as a preservative for art treasures, as a
waterproofing for the papar parasols of Japan. Grea-
ses lubricate the most primitive of wheels, but in
England serve equally well the delicate machinery
which makes outer space probes possible. A 12,000-
ton Japanese ship is graphically pictured sliding to
sea on ways coated with a half-inch of grease.

IN THE teak forests of northern Thailand, an ancient source of po-
wer and transportation is used to gather timber. "The Human Ele-
ment" deals with man's ingenuity in developing raw materials and
shaping his environment throughout the world.
DEN SELVANAN di teak den norte di Thailand, un metodo aiutiguo
di energia y transportation ta worde usa pa haya madera. E pelicula
"The Human Element" ta trata di e capacidad inventive di hende
den desarollo di material crudo y formamento di su ambiente.

AT THE Spanish Steps in Rome, the cameraman makes a scene for
a sequence on motor scooters in the new half-hour motion picture
produced in color for Standard Oil Company (New Jersey). The
film has been included in Lago's film library.
NA TRAPINAN Spanjo na Roma, e sacador di e film ta tuma un
escena di un careda di scooter den e pelicula di mei ora produci den
color door di Standard Oil Company (New Jersey).

Curiosidad Duradero Munstra

Den Pelicula di Petroleo
E tarea di investigation di petroleo y sciencia pa
yuda hende adapta su mcs na su bicindario ta mun-
stra den un pelicula nobo cu a word agrega recien-
temente na e filmoteca di Lago. E film di 30 minuut,
bao titulo di "The Human Element" (E Elemento
Humano, a worde produce specialmente pa Standard
Oil Company (New Je sey) y su afiliadonan. E film
cu ta cubri henter mundo den su esfera di accion y
concept, ya a word mirA door di hopi empleadonan
di Lago y door di mienibronan di algun organizacion-
nan social. Lo e ta entire e filmnan cu Lago ta mun-
stra regularmente ariba peticion di organizacionnan
di Aruba como parti di e program di film conduci
door di Public Relations Department.
Pa ilustra e bataya di hende for di siglonan bieuw
pa scapa for di esclavitud di trabao di nan y pa logra
un bida mehor, dos fot6grafo di Jersey a biaha mas
cu 38,000 milja door di Inglatera, Holanda, Francia,
Italia, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Japon, Peru,
Estados Unidos, Colombia y Brazil. Nan a saca
64,800 pia di film di color di 16 mm. E largura di e
film aki tabata dura mas cu trinta ora pa mire'le,
promer cu el a worde revise y rebaha pa e film "The
Human Element" cu ta dura mei ora.
Algun di e medionan di viaha di e fotogrifonan
tabata stranjo hasta pa production di film. Nan a
corre ariba camel na Medio Oriente y ariba eiefante
den un selva di e palo teak di Thailand.
E sacadornan di portret di Jersey a traha na
14,000 pia ariba nivel di lama den Andes Peruviano
y bao nivel di lama den desierto di Saudi Arabia.
Mientras cu nan tabata na Thailand, nan a enfrenta
un inundacion cu tabotin forma di un disaster. Taba-
tin avalanche den Alpen Italiano y un tempestad di
santo a stroba nan di saca film pa dos dia.
"The Human Element" ta munstra com hendenan
ta coi cosecha di wijnaruif na Burgundia mescos cu
nan tabata haci durante generacionnan, muchanan ta
toca cancionnan di tempo bieuw ariba fluit na Peru
Nigerianonan ta bati tambornan mensahero den sel-
vanan, ballarinas den tcmpel di Thailand, un molina
di biento di 600 anja bieuw na Holanda y un ploeg di
man casi mes primitive cu esun di Siglo di Piedra
Acompanjando e color btbo di bida den paisnan
lejano ta zonidonan di e escenanan manera nan a
worde registrar na tal lugarnan. E fotdgrafonan di
Jersey a usa miles di pia di tape pa registra tielmen-
te e representation di excitacion di zonido cu e action
ariba e film.
E cosnan primitive y modern ta munstri drama-
ticamente como contrast di otro den henter e film
Den montanjanan di Lejano Oriente, elefantenan ta
lucha cu palonan gigante di teak den mondinan sin
camina, mientras trucknan modern ta carga e mes
palonan pa mashien di zaag usando camina di trans-
Investigation industrial, como ilustracion di curio-
sidad y forza sensato di hende, ta e tema resonant
di e film. Un quimico di India, trahando den labora-
torio di Esso na Inglatera, evidentemente tin hop)
en comun cu e dos cu ta argumentando a; licacionnan di ley di fisica na
Esso Research and Engineering Company Mitar
mundo mas leuw for di nan un peon, un cunukero
of enginiero ta usa productonan final di nan abilidad
Aunque e exitonan di petroleo den investigation
scientific ta forma un parti central den "The Hu-
man Element," esaki no ta primeramente un film
tocante scientificonan y laboratorionan. Investiga-
cion ta worde munstrA como un medio pa yudn hende
satisface su necesidaldnan unico. Combustible y lu-
bricantenan ta bira parti di hende su libertad di
movement, pa goza di bida, pa mantene su mes, y
pa pensa y investiga.

IN THE laboratories of Esso Research, Ltd. at Abingdon, England, an
Indian scientist is directed in a research scene. The completed sequence
reveals a connection between petroleum test tubes and the strikingly co-
lorful Japanese umbrella.
DEN LABORATORIONAN di Esso Research Ltd. na Abingdon, Ingla-
terra, un scientific Indian ta ricibi direction den un escena di investiga-
cion. E vista complete ta reveal un coneccion entire tubo pa test petroleo
y e colornan bibo di un parasol Japones.


July 13. 1963