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Title: Aruba Esso news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 30-44 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Lago Oil and Transport Company, Ltd
Publisher: Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
Place of Publication: Aruba Netherlands Antilles
Creation Date: March 28, 1964
Frequency: biweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Petroleum industry and trade -- Periodicals -- Aruba   ( lcsh )
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
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Language: Text in English and papiamento.
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- 1940-
General Note: Cover title.
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Source Institution: Biblioteca Nacional Aruba
Holding Location: Biblioteca Nacional Aruba
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4kruba Esso New

i"- VOL. 25, No. 6 PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD. March 28, 1964 )




Planta NFAR Abao pa Promer Inspeccion; Esso Officially Opens NFAR Unit Undergoes First Turnaround;
*r'kljks (rIC meU:iii. n cki~ a._ ~ * *


tables pa avionnan.


Stask.


R. H. Saunders Completes Thirty Years

In Lago Process, Marine Departments
Richard H. Saunders, a shift foreman in the Process Department,
slated to enter the annuitant ranks early next month, celebrated thirty
years of service recently and was honored at ceremonies presided over
by Lago Vice President R. E. Nystrom.
Process Department Manager G. L. MacNutt described Mr. Saunders'
record and achievements since joining
the company. Mr. MacNutt com-
mended Mr. Saunders for his know-
ledge of both ship and shore oper-
nations and said he considered him
"one of the best sailors" he has ever
known.
It was also pointed out during the
ceremony that Mr. Saunders recently
passed his private airplane pilot
license examination and is consider-
ing purchasing his own plane. For
. a while after his retirement, Mr.
Saunders said he plans to live in
southern France where "the govern-
Sment is encouraging private flying."
Commenting on his sailing activi-
ties, Mr. MacNutt mentioned that
Mr. Saunders at one time sailed on a
ship which he equipped with a com-
plete woodwa king shop
Mr. Saunders was originally em-
ployed with Esso Transportation
R. H. Saunders Company March 9, 1934, and served
with this company in a seagoing
Jersey Names Patrick capacity until May, 1946, filling the
Latin America Coordinator positions of third officer, second of-
ficer, first officer, master and re-
Former Creole Petroleum exe- living master. He transferred to
cutive William I. Patrick has been Lago as a subforeman-docks in Re-
named regional coordinator for ceiving and Shipping. In 1948 his
Latin America by Jersey Stand- title was changed to foreman. In
ard. Mr. Patrick has been assis- 1953 he was promoted to relief fore-
tant regional coordinator for man-Receiving and Shipping and in
Europe, the Mediterranean and January, 1955, he was promoted to
West Africa. Mr. Patrick has also shift foreman, the position he pre-
been president of Esso Argentina. sently fills.


ring the period of refinery construc-
tion, a number of Malaysian techni-
cians were sent by Esso Malaysia to
Jersey Standard affiliate refineries
in the United States, England, Ja-
pan, and The Philippines, for ad-
vanced refinery operation training.
Others have been attending training
courses conducted by the company
in Malaysia.


Repair Work Also Completed on AlKy NO. 2
The Naphtha Fractionating unit, originally constructed in September,
1960, recently came down for its first turnaround. During the re-
vamping, which took almost two weeks, the furnaces were entirely
rebuilt. The old walls were knocked down and a new-type suspended


Reparacion Haci Tambe Ariba Alky No.2 t Port Dicksn, Malaya
E unidad fraccionadora di nafta, cu originalmente a worde tranai na A
September 1960, recientemente a baha pa su promer inspection. Du- Prime Minister Prince Tunku Ab-
rante e renobacion, cual a tuma casi dos siman, e forno-nan a worde dul Rahman formally opened the new
reconstrui completamente. E murayanan bieuw a word tumba abao y $15 million refinery of Esso Standard
un muraya di un estilo nobo a keda install den cada forno. Malaya Limited March 3, in ceremo-
Na mes tempo, Unidad di Alky No nies attended by Sultan Mohamad
2 ,AAR I2 a baha pa como un etirig Said bin-Mohamad, head of the State
siman pa tn inspeccion segun pro- W. Schlageter etiring of Negi Sembilan in which the ref-
gramna regular Hunto cu e repaia- AfterThirtnears at La ery is located, and other govern-
cionnan di costumber, e part aib a ft iiityYeS at LagU, ment and company officials.
dli towernan a woide kita Wa First EssNewsEditr Marion W. Boyer, executive vice
E Unidad NFAR su function ta pa Was First uEss ewsditr president and director of Standard
cambia destilato normal pa propane. Assistant Public Relations Man- Oil Company (New Jersey), who ad-
butano, hexano, heptano y pentano, i ager R. W. Schlageter will retire and dressed the dedication gathering,
cual productonan ta wolde usa pa'leave Aruba in mid-April after more pointed out that the new refinery
mesela cu otro ploductonan. Mien- than thirty ears service to Lago. would supply enough petroleum pro-
tias e unidad aki tabata abao pa in- Mr. Schlageter ducts to meet more than half of
speccion, e unidad di LEAR tahata j joined Lago in Malaysia's requirements.
haci s, tiabao di promei biaha September, 1929. as Mr. Boyer also paid tribute to the
cu esaki a se haci y cu exito tambe an employee of confidence of 33,000 Malaysian in-
Pa haci e tiabaonan di inspeccon t h e Accounting vestors whose ownership interest in
y reparacion, como 60 pa 70 homber. Department's typ- Esso Standard Malaya amounts to
master a tiaha na cada waida y ade- / ing division He thirty-five per cent in the company
mas empleadonan di Chicago Buldge was there until which has fixed assets of $21.3 mil-
& Iron Co March, 1931, when lion. Esso Malaya's public stock of-
Ademas di e mnuiayanan di forno he had a short fearing took place in April, 1963, af-
nobo, tin tipo nobo di quenmalor di break in service. ter the company had acquired the
azeta, yamd Minair, a wotlde install Returning to whole of Esso's marketing business
Un aspect curioso y agiadable den Schlaeter Aruba in Septem- and assets in what was then the
e reconstliuccion di e forno tabata cu I Sc ber, 1933. he work-. Federation of Malaya.
Bigelow-Liptak Co. a worde duna e ed successively in the typing division, The Esso Malaya refinery is lo-
plannan original di e Unidad NFAR oil accounting and as an assistant cated outside of Port Dickson, a
y despues cu so iepiesentante tabata cashier. In 1936 he was made secre- small town of 5,000 population, about
na Autba pa un examlnacion mas taly to then plant manager L. G 60 miles southwest of Kuala Lum-
mehor, nan poi a entiega un set no- Smith, with whom he served until pur, the Malaysia capital. The refi-
bo di plannan. Nan tambe a entrega 1939. nery is surrounded on three sides by
e blokkinan y metalnan cu tabata In 1940, when the Aruba Esso vast rubber and palm oil plantations.
necesaiio E rmes tin sistema aki a News was founded, Mr Schlageter In addition to construction of the
wolde sigui na otlo ocasionnan, peio became its first editor. He has been refinery itself, an anchorage was
den e caso aki e lesultadonan a wor- assistant public relations manager prepared capable of accommodating
de yama excepcionalmente bon. Un since 1951. tankers of up to 90,000 deadweight
ayudo pa esaki ta tambe cu ora e Mr. Schlageter put out the first tons -among the largest cargo
plant a worde inspectA "mientras issue of the Aruba Esso News Dec. ships afloat. The supply of crude oil
na operation", tur e towernan a ser I 18, 1940, inaugurating an effort comes from Jersey Standard sources
haya di ta den bon condition y nan which over the last twenty three in the Persian Gulf.
tabata afecta masha poco door di years has become a Lago institution. The Port Dickson refinery will
corrosion interno. The original issue was a six-page employ about 100 people all of whom
Pa un penlodo, ambos plant di edition about one-half the size of the will be Malaysian nationals except
Alky y NFAR tabata abao Alky su present Esso News and was publish- for about a dozen expatriate person-
planta ta produce alkilato, cual ta ed in Curacao, which required bi- nel who will train Malaysians to as-
ser usA den trahanento di combus- weekly flights to accomplish the snme increasing resnnnshiltties nl.


wall was installed in each furnace.
At the same time, Alky unit num-
ber two (AAR No. 2) was down about
a week for a regularly scheduled
turnaround. Along with the usual re-
pairs, the overhead structure was
removed from the towers.
The NFAR unit's function is break
down normal distillate into propane,
butane, hexane, heptane and pentane
which are used for blending pur-
poses. While the unit was undergo-
ing turnaround, the LEAR unit
handled this function the first
time this was done and it met with
success.
For the turnaround, some 60-70
men per shift were required plus the
men from Chicago Bridge and Iron
Co.
Along with the new suspended
furnace walls, a new type oil burner,
Minair, has been added. One curious
and pleasant aspect of the furnace
rebuilding was that Bigelow-Liptak
Co. was supplied the original prints
of the NFAR unit and, after its
representative was in Aruba for a
closer examination, they were able
to supply the new set of prints. They
also supplied the bricks and metals
involved on this basis. This practice
has been followed on other occa-
sions, but in this case the results
were termed exceptionally good. One
assist to this is that when the
unit was inspected "on stream", all
the towers were found to be in good
condition and were affected by little
internal corrosion.
For a time, both the Alky and
NFAR units were down. The Alky
unit produces alkylate which is used
in the compounding of aviation fuels.

In his address, Mr. Boyer said
that the training of Malaysians for
marketing operations as well as re-
fining was in line with Jersey Stand-
ard's worldwide policy.
"This policy," he said, "flows from
our belief, based on experience, that
the talents required for highly tech-
nical work, and the ability to absorb
technical training, are found and
should be developed among the
people of every country of the world."


RECENT VISITORS to Lago included, left to right, Dr. L. J. M. Beel, vice
president Council of State, C. W. J. Jonckheer, vice chairman of the
Netherlands Antilles Advisory Council and I. S. De Cuba, acting Lt.
Governor of Aruba, shown here with Public Relations Manager E. Bying-
ton. Dr. Beel, twice prime minister of Holland, visited Aruba as part of
an Antilles tour. While at Lago he held brief discussions with Vice
President R. E. Nystrom and Director F. W. Switzer and was conducted
on a tour of the refinery.
RECIENTE BISHITANTENAN na Lago tabata robes pa drechi Dr. L. J.
M. Beel, Vice President di Raad van State, C. W. J. Jonckheer, vice presi-
dent di Adviesraad di Antillas Holandes y I. S. de Cuba, Gezaghebber In-
terino di Aruba, cu ta munstri aki hunto cu Gerente di Relaciones Publico
E. Byington. Dr. Beel, kende tabata Promer Ministro di Holanda dos
biaha, a bishita Aruba como parti di su paseo den Antillas. Mientras na
Lago, el a tene un discussion cortico cu Vice President R. E. Nystrom y
Director F. W. Switzer y a worde hibA ariba un paseo den refineria.


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THIS IS the way NFAR unit ap-
peared shortly after it was erected
in September, 1960. The unit rec-
ently underwent its first turn-
around during which new furnace
walls were added.
ESAKI TA corn e unidad NFAR
tabata parce poco despues el a
worde construi na September 1960.
Recientemente e plant a worde
someti na si promer inspection y
reparacion, durante cual muraya
nobo di forno a worde agrega.

Promer Redactor di AEN

R.W. Schlageter Ta Retira

Despues di Trinta Anja
Asistente Gerente di Relacion Pu-
blico R. W. Schlageter lo retira y
laga Aruba na mitar di April des-
pues di mas cu trinta anja di servicio
na Lago.
Sr. Schlageter a drenta servicio di
Lago na September 1929 como un
empleado di Accounting Department
su division di type. El a keda aya te
Maart 1931, tempo cu el tabatin un
interrupcion cortico den servicio.
Despues di a bolbe Aruba na Sep-
tember 1933, el a traha sucesivamen-
te den division di type, den "oil ac-
counting" y como tin asistente ca-
hero. Na 1936 el a worde nombra
secretario di Gerente di Planta L. G.
Smith, cu kende el a traha te 1939.
Na anja 1940, tempo cu Aruba Es-
so News a ser fund, Sr. Schlageter
a bira su promer redactor. El tabata
Asistente Gerente di Relacion Pu-
blico desde 1951.


M. E. Fisk Assigned

To IPC in Coral Gables
M. E. Fisk has been assigned to
the headquarters office of Inter-
national Petroleum Company. The
effective date of his assignment,
which will locate him in Coral
Gables, Florida, is June 1.
Mr. Fisk, for the past two years,
has been vice president, general
manager and a director of the An-
tilles Chemical Company. Prior to
his March 1, 1962, appointment to
these positions, Mr. Fisk had com-
pleted over twenty years of Lago
service. In that time he rose from
a process engineer to a company dir-
ector. The appointment to Lago's
board was made Oct. 1, 1961.
Mr. Fisk's Lago employ began in
the Technical Department. Nine
years later he transferred to the
Process Department, and was named
superintendent of that department in
September, 1959.
(Continued on page 2)








ARUBA ESSO NEWS Iiarch 28. 1964


AusA NN sws

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

"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is
because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music
which he hears, however measured or far away."
Henry David Thoreau


AT THE time this photo was taken, it's quite possible the only eyes on
the child drummer were those of the photographer and the attentive list-
ener on the right, for at another part in the large hall a carnival queen
crowning held a large crowd's attention. The drummer may have been
simply expressing himself or he may have have been sweeled up in the
Carnival excitement and pageantry. In any event, both he and his
audience were in complete communication.
E TEMPO cu e portret aki a ser tumi, ta bien possible cu e unico wowonan
ariba e much cu su tambor tabata esnan di e fotografo y e persona cu ta
scucha cu atencion, banda drechi, pasobra na un otro parti den e saal
grand e coronacion di un reina di Carnaval tabata alrae e atencion di tun
multitud grand.


Step to Your Own Drummer
In today's fast-moving and ever-changing world, there is no question
but that increased amounts of formal education are the best tools with
which we can equip our youth.
Also, it is certainly the desire and dream of every parent that his
children achieve both a financial success and attain personal happiness.
Unfortunately, the two do not necessarily go hand in hand. In fact,
unless one is happy with one's life work, the chances are decreased
that financial success will be achieved, for mediocrity is the result of
lack of interest and it is rarely rewarded.
The responsibility each person has toward the youth is not only to
encourage formal education, but to strive for expanding interests
which will stoke the fires of thought and ignite the spark of imagina-
tion. It's important that intellectual horizons are not allowed to ap-
proach an elbow's length but instead are maintained somewhere be-
tween the mind and the stars.


Esso Exploration Formed;

Former Creole Executive

Heads Up New Affiliate
Formation of a new affiliate, Esso
Exploration, Inc., to carry out oil
exploration activities abroad outside
of the areas of existing oil producing
affiliates of the company, has been
announced by Standard Oil Company
(New Jersey).
The new company, with head-
quarters in New York, will assume
the responsibilities of directing exist-
ing Jersey exploration ventures, as
well as any new ventures that might
be established. These responsibilities
are presently being handled by Jer-
sey's Producing Coordination De-
partment.
President of Esso Exploration, Inc.,
will be Zeb Mayhew, who has been
associated with oil producing activi-
ties of the Jersey Standard organi-
zation for 27 years. Since 1961 Mr.
Mayhew has been an executive vice
president and director of Internatio-
nal Petroleum Company, Ltd, with
headquarters in Coral Gables, Flo-
rida. Before that he was deputy co-
ordinator of producing activities for
Standard Oil Company INew Jersey)
in New York, after spending four-
teen years in Venezuela as a geolo-
gist and district superintendent with
Creole Petroleum Corporation.
A native of New Orleans, Mr.
Mayhew began his career in the oil
business in 1937 with the Humble
Oil & Refining Company in Houston,
shortly after his graduation from
Princeton University as a geologist.


R. H. Saunders, Foreman di Process,

Honra den Ceremonianan di Trinta Anja
Richard H. Saunders, un Shift Foreman den Depto. di Process cu ta
ariba list pa drenta fila di pensionista na principio di otro luna, a cele-
bra su trinta anja di servicio na Lago recientemente y a ser honra na
ceremonianan presidi door di Vice President R. E. Nystrom.
Gerente di Departamento di Process G. L. MaeNutt a desorihi Sr


Saunders su record y loke el a logra
desde cu el a bim na Lago. Sr. Mac-
Nutt a comenda Sr Saunders pa so
conocemento di ambos operation di
bapor y na tera y a bisa cu el ta
considere'le uno di e mehor mariners
cu el a conoce.
Tambe a word munstrd cu Sr
Saunders recientemente a obtene su
diploma como piloot di avioneta y cul
e tin plan pa bai biba den part sur
di Francia pa un poco tempo despues
di su pension. Ilustrando su abildad
y experiencia den navegacion, a set
menciona cu Sr Saunders un tempo
tabata donjo di un barco cual el a
equipA cu un complete taller td car-
pinter.
Originalmente Sr. Saunders tabata
emplea cu Esso Transportation Com-
pany Maart 9, 1934 y a traha cu e
compania ey te April 1946 ariba ba-
pornan. El a cambia pa Lago como
un Subforeman di Dock den Receiv-
ing & Shipping Department Na 1948
el a haya promocion pa Foreman y
luego atrobe pa Relief Foreman y ul-
timamente pa Shift Foreman, e post-
cion cual el ta ocupa actualmente.
Sr. Saunders su trinta anja di ser-
vicio a ser logra sin un ausencia de-
ductible for di su servicio y nunca a
sufri un accident industrial cu pei-
dida di tempo


Jersey Refining Coordinator F. Holloway

Elected President of Esso Research
Dr. Frederic A. L. Holloway, deputy refining coordinator for the
Standard Oil Company (New Jersey), has been elected president and
a director of Esso Research and Engineering Company, principal scien-
tific affiliate of Jersey Standard.
Dr. Holloway, whose election is effective April 1, succeeds Dr C.


F. Jones, who was elected an execu-
tive vice president and director of the
Humble Oil & Refining Company.
The new Esso Research president
has been in his current position for
almost two years. Prior to that he
served as vice president for manu-
facturing of Humble Oil.
A native of North Carolina, Dr.
Holloway began his career with the
Jersey organization at the Baton
Rouge, La., refinery in 1939, after
receiving a doctor's degree in chem-


And as each one of the myriad stars illuminates one small part of ctal engineering from the Massachu-
the infinite expanse, so are there as many opportunities for self ex- setts Institute of Technology He
pression and creative endeavor. Not all children have the ability or also holds a bachelor's degree in the
inclination to be doctors, lawyers or engineers, but all have some area same field from the Georgia Insti-
which appeals to their particular fancy. Parents are often concerned, tute of Technology.
and rightly so, about subjects at which their children are weak in
school. Equally important, however, is to encourage activity in the mat- Presentacion di Oloshi Ta
ters at which they perform best and, probably, are most interested in.
In the final analysis, it's not so much the chosen field of endeavor, i Marca Cufrto Sigl na
but rather the degree of achievement in that area. iago pa 26 Empleado

Un grupo di binti-siete empleado

Sigui PCaso di bo Tambor ncbl nan oloshi na Maart na cere-
monianan celebrando nan binti-cmnco
"Si un hende no ta tene compas cu su companjeronan, podiser ta anja di servicio na Lago. Director di
pasobra el ta tende un diferente tambor. Laga e tene paso cu e music Lago F. W. Switzer a haci e presen-
cu el ta tende, make corn e compas ta of com leuw e ta." tacionnan, cual a trece e cantidad d'i
Henry David Thoreau oloshinan presentA na 1412.
Di e binti-siete hombernan, mas cu
Den e mundo di awendia cu ta move rapidamente y ta cambia semper diezcuater ta emplea den Depto.
bai, ta claro cu mas y mas education formal ta e mehor herment cu Mechanical. Process Department ta-
cual nos por equipa nos juventud. bata representS pa seis empleado y
Ademas, siguramente ta e deseo y sonjo di cada mayor cu su yiunan Depto. Tecnico, Marina y Comptrol-
lo logra un exito financiero y tambe haya felicidad personal. Desafor- ler cada uno tabatin dos. Depto. Me-
tunadamente, e dosnan aki no tin mester di bai hunto cu otro. En reali- dico tabatin un empleado na e cere-
dad, cu exception si un hende ta feliz cu su trabao regular, tin menos monia.
chens cu e lo obtene exito financiero, pasobra un nivel intremedio ta Recipientenan di Depto Mechanm-
resultado di falta di interest y rara vez esaki ta duna recompensa. cal tabata F. Noguera, S. Tromp, J.
A. Schotborg, B. P. Christiaans, B.
E responsibilidad cu cada persona tin pa juventud no ta solamente F. Semeleer. T. J. D. Ras, T. Figaroa.
pa encurasha education formal, pero pa trata di aumenta interesnan ,E. B. D Palm, S. V. Commenencia,
cual lo stimula pensamento y pone imaginacion traha. Ta important 'J. F. Tromp, M Lacle, G J. Croes,
cu horizontenan intellectual no ta keda limitA te na unda bo man ta E. L Samson y B Luydens
yega, pero en cambio ta keda manteni mas o menos entire un hende su E presentacion pa Process a bai pa
mente y streanan. J. G. Gomes, J. H. Smits, I Franken,
Y mescos cu cada uno di e miles di streanan ta ilumina un parti L van Esch, M Christiaans y D
chikito di e universe infinite, asina tambe tin mes tanto oportunidad Luidens
pa un hende expresa su mes y haci esfuerzonan creative. No ta tur Esnan di Depto. di Marn a tabata
muchanan tin e abilidad of inclinacion pa ser dokternan, abogado of C R Egbreghts y S. I. S. Fernandes.
enginiero, pero tur tin cierto terreno particular cu nan ta gusta. Mayor- Recibiendo oloshi di Depto Tecnmco
nan hopi bez ta preocupa, y cu razon, tocante algun lesnan aen cual tabata G. Echelson y R B Statie.'
nan yiunan ta zwak na school. Sinembargo, igualmente important ta Den Comptroller's Department e
pa encurasha actividadnan den asuntonan den cual nan ta haci bon y, oloshinan a bai pa St. G. D. S. Ber-
probablemente, den cual nan ta mas interesA. nez y C. J. Sibilo. E empleado cu a
Mas important den final, no ta asina tanto e terreno di studio cu ,ricibl oloshi den Dept. Medico tabata
nan ta scoge, pero envez e grado di exito cu ta ser logra den e terreno. M. A. Bobb.


Dr Holloway began at the refinery
as a process engineer and lose
through various positions until, in
1953, he was named general super-
intendent. The following year he be-
came assistant general manager of
the Esso Standard Oil Company's
Louisiana division. In 1956 lie be-
came general manager of that con-
pany's East Coast mannlfacturlin
division
In 1957 Di Holloway became as-
sistant gene al manager of manit-
facturing for Esso Standard Oi
Company, which later became di div-
ision of Humble Oil He was elected
a vice president of Humble in 1961
and the following year lie was named
to the post he cuiiently holds Also,
he has served a yeai on the bo ld fit
directors of Esso Reseaich

AM. E. FISK
(Conitliii' fro pIgie 1)
All of Mr Fisk's Lago and Antil-
les service has been in Aluba with
the exception of a six-month train-
ing assignment in the fo mer Esso
Export Coipoiation's sales and traf-
fic department in New Yolk


Esso Exploration Forma;

President Mayhew Tahata

Un Ehecutivo di Creole
Formacion di un afiliado nobo, ya-
ma Esso Exploration. Inc.. pa em-
prende actividadnan di exploracion
di petioleo den estranheria pafor di
e lugarnan di e existente afiliadonan
productor di petroleo di e compania
principal, a word anuincia door di
Standard Oil Company (di New Jet-
sey)
E compana nobo, cu tin sit oficina
principal na Nueva York, lo asumi
responsabilidadnan pa dirigi e actual
venturanan di exploracion di Jersey
y tambe cualkier ventura nobo cu
por worde estableci E iesponsabili-
dadnan aki te awor ta basta bao en-
cargo di Depaltamento di Coordina-
cion di Produccion di Jersey
President di Esso Exploracion, Inc.,
lo ta Zeb Mayhew, kende ya ta aso-
cia cu e actividadnan productora di
petroleo di Compania Jersey Stan-
dard pa 27 anja Desde 1961 Sr May-
hew tabata in vice president ehecu-
tivo di International Petroleum Com-
pany, Ltd. ciu tin su oficina mayor
Sna Coral Gables, Florida Piomer cu
esey el tabata Coordinador Substi-
tuyente di actividadnan produictoa
pa Standard Oil Company INew Jer-
sey na New York, despues cl el a
ti ata diez cuater anja na Venezuela
come un geologo y supeitntendente
di district (cu Creole Petrolei;m Cor-
i portion
Siendo tin native di New Orleans.
SSr. Mayhew a cunmnza siu camera den
regocio pet olera na 1937 cu Humble
SOil & Refning Company na Holston,
poco despues cu el a gradua for di
SPilnceton Univetsidad corno tin ge(-
logo

M. E. Fisk Transferi

Pa IPC na Coral Gables
IM E Fisk a word transfer pa e
hofdkwaltier di Intelnational Pet-
loleum Comprany E fe iha ef-.tivi Vih
su encalgo ta dia 1 di T.1n11 y (' In
ta establei nla C al (ables. Fl.-
i ida
Sr Fisk. p.it iLltiiio dii ;inja.
tabata vi e plesidente, gerente gen-
el a y tn di'tor d Antilles Chewm-
ical Company Piomni I(in sil nlombia-
mento. dia 1 i AMaa .t, 1962, Sr
Fisk a ciinpleta mas 1ii blnti .inj.
den seiviclo di Lagi, Den e tempo el
a si;bl for di process engineer pa in
director dli omnpanml SII nomhl;i-
mento na e Junta di Lago a tiliiu
luIIga di; 1 Ii ottobei, 1961
E elmpleo di Si Fisk (tu Lag. a
cilminza den Technical Servile Dr.
apartment Nuebe anja despuie el a
wolde tlan.;ferl pa Ptocess Depatt-
ment, y a wai de lnombnit supel inten-
dente di e depa t.amento ey na Scp-
tember, 1959


TWO OF the many Standard Oil (ompan) (N.J.) lankci, that ha.e beni
enlarged or "jumboized" as the shipping worldd irfers to ihe lengthening.
are the Esso Cristobal and the Esso Caracas, regular ;t.itoii lo I ag,..
Both have increased their dead.-ighl tonnage.
DOS DI hopi tankeronan di Standard Oil Company (..J.) cu a word
haci mas grand den largura, ta Esso Cristobal > Esso Caracas, cu lit
bishita Lago regularmente.


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March 28. 1964 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 3



'Ta E Seguridad Cu Ta Paden ta Conta' Refineria Nobo di Esso

Ora bo Mester Bisti Sapato di Trabao A Worde Ha $15na Malayaio
E storia aki no ta mescos cu e cuenta largo incredible cu ta terminn Prer Minista Pi ns Tunu Ab-
cu e les moral cu "pa falta di un sapato, un nation a bat perdi." dil Rahman ctu n celemonia a hab
E storia aki su alcance ta hopi menos, y ta particularmente mas refine nobo di Esso standard d
e refteria nob) di Esso Standard' J.
specific den su naturaleza y ciertamente mas agradable na su fin, Malaya Limited n ta costa 15 Mil-
pasobra "un sapato a scapa un pia." lion Dollar Mlaart 3, den presencia
E stora aki ta tocante on tipo Dos Fiat 500 2.040 di Sultan Mohamad Said bin-Moha-
particular di sapato. utn sapato di Diez Drum dli 55 galonl 450, mad, Hefe di Estado di Negiri Sem-
segllrdad 100 galon di gasoline 605 bilan den cual e lefineria ta situd, y
Maneia ta munstra ariba poitret. 100 blokki di cement 4x8x16 1.500 otto autoridadran di gobierno y com-
un sapato di segtirdad recientemente 100 Pla Cubico di Madera pania
tabata nifica e diferencia entie tin Hemlock seco 2,500 Maoion W Boyer, vice president
accident serio y loke awor por 100 blokki di cement 8x8x16 5,000 ehecutivo y director di Standard Oil
worde descibli den on form alegre Dies Pia Cubico di Madera Company (New Jersey kende a pa-
nomo un '"nconvenencia menor." Hickory se:o 531 pla na e inauguriiacion, a munstra cu
En corto. tabatin tn grupo di rig- 70 saco dr cement di 100 lbs 7,000 e refmeina nobo lo ploducl bastante
gers tabata move dos excitorr rheo- Dies Bateria di Auto secoe 370 productonan di petroleo pa satisface
stat" cu a ser desmanteld for di mas cn mitar di e necesidadnan di
Powerhouse pa Salvage Yard. E 19,995 Malasla
rheostat a slip foi di sit plataforma Ola nos mnra na e prijs di tin sa- Sr. Boyer tambe a duna homenahe
y baha ariba e pi di tin di e rigger- pato di segni-dad, nos master mira pa e conflanza di e 33,000 invertido- RIGGERS WERE moving an excitor rheostat; top right photo shows point
nan hende, afo rtnadamente, tabatin tambe cuanto e cost di e consequen- res di Malasia, kende t n tn part of contact when object slipped. Leather ruined but plate unharmed.
si pia mehor y mas seguro adilanti, cla di no a blsti nan por ta. For di como donlo di Esso Standard Malaya RIGGERNAN TABATA moviendo un excitor rheostat, y e portret bands
Particularmente notable di e re- punta di vista di por sigui percura cu ta suma Crinta y cinco porciento drechi ariba ta munstra e punto di contact ora e obheto a slip.
sultado ta e hecho cuo e empleado di pa nos familia, no tin question cu den e compania, cual tin on capital W hat's
Lago tabata por a posa pa e portret- seguridad y prevention di accident na propiedad di 21.3 million dollar. ItS Surey What Inside That Counts
nan cast inmediatanente despies di ta paga dividend halto Ofresco pa cumpra action den Esso
e event Su sapato di seguridad, Niunca a ser determine precies Malaya a tuma lugar na April 1963
manera a keda demonstrd, a proba "cutanto angel por balia ariba punta despues cu e compania a tuma over When Putting On Your Working Shoes
d( ta mas valuable cu cualkier polizi di tin feneta." pero si ta conoci ca tur e negoclo d ventas y propiedad- This story is quite unlike the yarn that concludes with the moral
di seguridad cuo el por tabatin por lo menos cuarenta olifante di nan di Esso den loke e tempo aya that "for want of a shoe, a nation was lost."
E peso di e iheostat na e moment 500 liber por balma ariba e puinta di tabata yama e Fedeiacion di Malaya This story is considerably less broad in scope, particularly more
di e impact ta wvorde calculd na mas on sapato di seguridad. E refineria di Esso Malaya ta si- pertinent in nature and certainly more pleasant in ending, namely that
cu 2,000 liber tua pafor di ciudad Port Dickson, "because of a shoe, a foot was saved."
Hopi ta ser bisA tocante e virtudl-: NEW ARRIVALS cual ta tn eiudad chikito di 5,000 It is with that particular type
nan di bistimento di sapato di seeu- January 30 :hende y como 60 milla zuidwest di shoe, a safety shoe, that this story
dd I)IRKZ. Tie.o Yard.. A on. 3Ma1rtin Kuala Llmpur, e capital di Malasia. concerns itself. the Lago Commissary, withstood a
ridad y c protection ct eli ta dona Hilolito concerns itself.
contra obhhetonan cu ta cai Hiopi 'IE:Lll \NO. Ramundo, Siehiue. AE refineria ta encerrA na tres banda As is displayed pictorially, a saf- pressure of 28,000 pounds before col-
freciuente ta ser demonstri hoi smn- dauhter,. Loiutrii Ludarna door di plantacionnan extenso di ety shoe recently meant the differ- lapse. A man's foot would have been
fI'eente t renr oFebruary I ety shoe under an much
ceramente v dramaticamente preeies R \SIJN. DOmrninoi c l o S&hI A, rubber y palma di azeta. Ademas di ence between a serious injury and completely unharmed under as much
com imnortante e prote-ion extra lughter..\gne. braher e construction di e refineria mes, un what can now be pleasantly describ- as 20,000 pounds or ten tons of pres-
aki nor ta Den e caso aki, tin in DANI \ Matheo Maon. A -on N, ola. lugar di marra bapor a worde traha ed as a "minor inconvenience." sure.
probabilidad on e dedenan di Din di (;I-:ER1AN. Ric arol \I & Edol, \ CUI un capacidad pa acomoda tanke- Briefly, a group of riggers were Converting the results of the tests
homber lo por a set kibrA coniplefn- February 4 ronan te 90,000 ton cualnan ta e moving two dismantled excitor and measuring the effects on the
mente tUI. ato.lome R. ElectIcal, A bapornan di carga mas grand ariba rheostats from the Powerhouse to sole of the shoe, it was determined
Di tur e casonan den reciente his- February S lama. E entrego di azeta crudo ta the Salvage Yard. The rheostat slip- that had the rheostat been dropped
toria den cal in sapaIto di seriiL- | iL. nnhL M i..1g Ploe: ,\ bini for di fuentenan di Jersey Stan- ped off its base and came crashing from a height of two feet it ac-
toria den coal tin sapato di seiruiri-I son, Patzi, Casts, Alberto
dad master a proba sui valor. ni uin I'GAROA, Baib.no P Lab No .~ dard den Golfo di Persia. down on the foot of one of the rig- tually dropped about seven inches
solo di nan a fava den s limit o auhter E efLne a d Pot Dckson o e:- Iers who, fortunately, had his best the impact would have been about
solo di nan a fava den sut hlnte KO~CaK. F'ian(p,eo LOF: A idaughter ... ... .ho, fotnaey ha ...........


Pero mescos eiu tur otro cos, sinpe:n-
barZo, tin tin limited Da e cantidad di
n otecclon c(i n sapato di spZ'uri dad

Manera e fotografianan ta indica.
e sapato di seeuridad a ser ponl ariba
in crusher Tinius-Olsen pa deter-
mina precies cual ta e limited di iin
sanato di se'uridad
E sapato di seguridad gestest door
di A Tromp y I. P Vrolijk. cual a
worde tumA sin piki for di e surtido
den Comisario di Lago. a wanta tin
presion di 28.000 liber promer cu el a
faya Un pia di tn homber lo por a
keda completamente sin danjo bao
un presion di menos cu 20,000 liber
of diez ton di presion.
Convertiendo e resultadonan di e
testnan y despues di a midi e efecto-
nan ariba e sole di e sapato, a ser
determine cu si e rheostat a cai for
di un haltura di dos pia en reali-
dad el a cai for di como siete duim
halto e impact lo tabata como
15,000 liber of ainda como 5,000 liber
menos cu e limite di seguridad.
Except bao condicionnan experi-
mental. lo ta algo ielativamente
masha stranjo pa 20,000 liber di pre-
sion constant por yega di ser cen-
tralizd ariba e lugar chikito di dede-
nan di pla Si esaki por word haci,
sinembargo, esaki lo requeri e equi-
valente di e siguiente pesonan:


February 6 plea 100 nende, y tur 10 ta nacional- I and safest foot forward, 1o,uu pounds or still some 5,000
GRE\U\, Daniel L Gytoot. A ,iln nan di Malasna, cu esfcepcoon di un
GRE \X, Dan ebruarae. A .,n nan di Malasa, cu exception di un Particularly noteworthy of the re- pounds short of approaching the
TII.ISEN. Ricarlo, Machinist A laugh- diesdos empleado expatrid kende lo suit is the fact that the Lago em- safety limit.
ter. Helen Iarxgar th train e Malasianonan pa asumi res- ployee was able to pose for the pic- Except under experimental condi-
ARENDS. Guillermn Rec. & Ship.: A ponsabilidadnan mas grand. Duran- tures almost immediately following tons it would be a relatively rare
dauGE her Esther Brnadette Mar a te e period dl construction d e re- the occurrence His safety shoe, it thing for 20,000 pounds of constant
snn. Juancito Aleandlro fineria, tn cantidad di tecnico-nan turned out, proved more valuable pressure to ever become centralized
BARRY. Uiir ). Carpenter: A daughter. di Malasia a word mandA door di than any insurance policy he might on the small, toe area. If this could
Sandrali Henriettethan any insane policy he might
February 9 Esso Malasia pa refinerianan aflli- have had be done, however, it would require
IOOPSTOK, Ciuaco Pie, A .daughter, ado di Jersey Standard na Estados The weight of the rheostat on im- the equivalent weights of:
February 10 Unidos, Inglaterra, Japon y na Filip- pact has been computed at over Two Fat 500's 2,040
VIOLENU. Andre Metal Trade-. A son. inas, pa training avanza den opera- 2,000 pounds. Ten (55 Gal) Drums 450
Carlo, (uiillermo T (5a Du4
GIL. Ramnn, Marine: A son. Nel-son Gnu. cion di refineria. Otronan a sigul Mitch is said about the virtues of 100 Gals. Gasoline 605
tntn February 1 cursonan d entrenamento conduct wearing safety shoes and the pro-100 4x8x16 Concrete Blocks 1,500
DAIiAlN. Andres A. LOF A daughter door di e compania na Malasia mes section they afford from falling ob- 100 Cubic Feet Dry Hemlock 2,500
Lo.ures Anielia rEmlan1a Den su discurso, Sr. Boyer a bisa jects. Every-so-often, it is demon- 100 8x8x16 Concrete Blocks 5,000
(ROES. Ambirosio .M. TD Labl A lauUh- cu e training di hendenan di Malasia strated quite candidly and dramati- Ten Cubic Feet Dry Hickory 530
ter. either Lilan Rachel pa trabaonan di ventas y tambe di call just how important this extra 70 100-lb cement bags 7.000
February 13
IIENRIQUEZ, Hendrik F. Comm Ser. I refinacion tabata di acuerdo cu po- protection can be. In this case, there Ten Auto Batteries (dry) 370
A son. Martinus Huhurtus Jacoio liza mundial di Jersey Standard. is a likelihood that the man's toes
February 14
CROES. Frans .T. TD Eng A son. r.tey E poliza aki," el a bisa "ta resul- would have been completely severed. 19,995
Ja, February s tado di nos querencia, basa ariba ex- Of all the cases in recent history It has been estimated that about
IOEKilunT. Feliian., LOF A dam.gh- periencia, cu e talentonan requeri pa where a safety shoe has been re- 2,000 Lago employees have a definite
ter ruary 17 trabao altamento tecnco, y e ablli- qured to prove its worth, not a need for safety shoes in their every-
BRIEZEN Elauter.o Yard. A son, RI- dad pa absorb training tecnico, ta single one has failed within its lim- day refinery activities. This estimate
l February worde encontr y master ser de- its. But like anything else, however, excludes office personnel and the
l) COTEAU. Laurie Medcal: A son. saroyd entire e hendenan di tin" there is a limit to the amount of like and examined primarily the
Lehe CnrFebruary 19 pasnan di mundo." protection an individual safety shoe needs and functions of persons in
IFrANS. Ricardo A LOF. A daughter, will give. Mechanical, Process, Marine and
KELL, Janr P. nne- Caite A daughter Schedule of Paydays As the photographs indicate, a Technical Departments.
Lilian Omyra safety shoe was placed on a Tmius- When one looks at the cost of saf-
YARZAGARY. Per H T A dughte Monthly Olsen crusher to determine just what ety shoes, one must also look at the
ARENIS. aximo R Garage. A dlaughterr March 1-31 Wednesday. April 8 the limits of a safety shoe are. cost of not wearing them. In terms of
WERLEMAN.. Jan A. Yard. A on, ..lohnnv
February 22 Semi-Monthly The safety shoe tested by A. I providing for one's family, there's no
'.IJYIMZEN. RIIUe Mledcal .\ sn." March 15-31 Wednesday, April 8 Tromp and I. P. Vrolijk, which was question that safety pays huge divi-
picked at random from the supply at dends.


BRAND NEW safety shoe was placed on Tinius-Olsen crusher and sustained a constant SAPATO DI seguridad nobo a ser pon ariba un crusher Tinuis-Olsen y a word someti na
pressure of some 28,000 pounds before complete collapse. At far right, A.T romp and I. P. un presion constant di como 28,000 liber promer cu el a faya complete. Na mas bands
Vrolijk examine their work. A man's foot would have been safe at 20,000 pounds. drechi, A. Tromp y I. P. Vrolijk ta examine nan trabao.


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3larcl


NEWS




AND





VIEWS


MACARIO DE Cuba of the print-
ing plant holds what is believed to
be a frogfish or batfish. It was
caught in a net at Noord by Fran-
cisco Thiel of LOF.


& -
A PARADOX in use of space is provided by photos showing the
difficulties involved in backing up a crane tor maintenance while
two small Fials stand alone in a wide expanse.


h 28, 1964


ALGO ENCREIBLE pero herdad den uso di espacio la munstrA
door di portretnan cu ta demonstra dificultadnan pa back un
grua pa haci trabao di mantenecion.


B

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SILHOUETTED AGAINST a
noonday sun, one refinery stair-
way appears as if it were lifted
from a modernistic charcoal draw-
ing. Much of the refinery's equip-
ment has certain aesthetic quali-
ties along with its functional design.


THERE ARE different wa\s to
reach abo;\ the normal arm's
length. Photo shows Lago work-
men climbing a wide ladder.


-1 -,- -. -I-


LAGO'S FUTURE marine skyline may well be represented by a series of
ships minus the familiar super structure. The Petroqueen, capable of
hauling a 38,000-ton load, is a step in that direction. The capacity re-
presents some 285,000 barrels of crude oil.


ONE WAY to keep track of bolls
is to place Ihein together. One La.o
eiplol) eef's pionvdes a studiN in d igl and balance.
IT'1"S SI E lhe' men', wis\ e iI tih,
fo -t IHo photoI) ha', s3 inpathi
% ihen their di,'cuts hanging out thil
Sasll or selling a laige table.
'['ird photo is park in Arkansia
nanled for the late Dutch teen.


k. ....#c


f I
EVEN INSIDE a massive industrial complex such as Lago, the forces of
nature strive for their place in the sun, but with expected results, as
shown by the small bush trying to rise near oil lines.


INSIDE ONE lank down for maintenance, a ray of
light shatters the darkness and, as shown creates a
beautiful and accidental union between the forces of
nature and the objects of industry .


PADEN DI un tanki cu ta abao pa mantenecion, tin
rayo di solo ta plana e scuridad 3. inaneraa a muintr'i,
ta crea u1 union hllnta y accidental entire e forzanaii
di nailuraleza % e obhetonan di ildustria.











arch 2 1964 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 5
lardch 25. 19fi4 ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Bisa 'Baril' No Mas, Sin Sabi Su Twenty Lago Employees

Contenido y Bo Por Haya Mas cu Esey Divide F665 In February
UTT 1i ?From CYI Awards System


n Ur L l a un ar o n a sna
E palabra "baril" ta un parti important di terminologia di industrial
petrolera mescos cu "batting average" ta pa beisbol. Sinembargo, ma-
nera ta socede den ambos esfuerzo, tin bez hende no por indica e hunga-
dornan sin un borchi di anotacion y mas tanto ainda ta e caso cu
bail especialmente si hende mester


Peeren, Fox, Saunders

Den Fi!a di Anuitante;

Servicio Mas cu 79 Anja
Tres empleado di Lago cu un total
di mas di setenta y nuebe anja di
se-vicio hunto ta a iba lista pa re-
tua cu pension nu fin di Maart
E gitpo nobo di pensionista aki
consisti di Cornelius F J Peelen,
Richard H. Saundeis y Albert E. Fox
Nan tin, espectivamente, mas di
trinta y uno, trinta y diezsiete anja
di seivicio.
Sr Peeten su fecha di empleo ta-
bata Januari 10, 1933 como un Elec-


usa e referencia ey pa algo otro cul
ta ciudo of product petrolero.
Pa cummza, tin un variedad di ba-
rilnan cu ta estableci segun ley y
costumber. Hasta den industrial pe-
trolera, si bo bisa "baril" caba, qui-
zas bo mester duna un splicacion mas
detaya.
Ta pace cu segun costumber, un
bail di crude of product petrolero
di 42 galon ta nifica un "baril" pa
obhetonan statistics. Lago, por ehem-
'pel, tin un production di 440,000 ba-
rl di 42 galon pa dia. En cambio, 1o
ta un trabao duro pa hende busca un
berdadero baril di 42 galon na cual-
kier part den refineria. Loke ta par-
ce un bardl y hopi bez ta ser yama


Twenty Lago employees divided
Fls. 665 in CYI awards for February,
but no suggestor-of-the-month was
named. Total awards for 1964 thus
far have been Fls. 1475. Of the
twenty suggestions accepted, four-
teen applied to the Process oper-
ation, five to Mechanical and one to
Medical.
Mechanical Dept.
Administration


J. Kelly
Building & Services
J. R. Koolman
H. V. Tromp
L. N. Peters
F. Geerman
Equipment
F. R. Lo-Fo-Sang
E. C. P. Jackson
R. Ranes


Metal Section


tricien 4a Clase. Via tin seine di p o- un baril en realidad ta un drum cu ta A Boezem
mocion, el a progress te na c tango contene 55 galon, aunque e instru- Process De
di Tradesman, subforeman, tiades- ment cu ta ser usa pa saka su con- C&LE
foreman, v na 1946 a woide nombia tenido ta ser yama un "pomp di ba- J. R. Montnor
Zone Foieman Na 1949, el a cambia 111" envez di, p'r ehempel, "pomp di Proc-Cracking. Ins
pa Marine Department como in In- di m." ves on discharge of
spector Electrical na Shipyard na Ariba e terreno di liquid fermen- & 1311.
unda el a keda te 1953, tempo c el t.d belasting ta worde basa ariba un A. N. Maduro
a ser nombra Instructor di Trabao batil di 31 galon y hopi Estadonan Proc.-Cracking. Rel
pa Elect icien den Depto Mechant- di Merca ta determine e contend di 10 transmitter from
cal. Na 1962, el a keda nombra en-. n baril pa Iiquido na trinta y uno y tower to east of T-5
mo Assistant Zone Supervisot y na mei galon Un Estado ta conta 36 controller.
1963 el a bira un Craft Specialist, galon pa un baril pa midimento di j. R. Montnor
su position actual Sr. Peelen lo laga regenbak Pa alcohol cu percentage LOF


Aruba April 1
Sr. Saunders tabata emplea pa
servicio ariba lama cu Esso Tians-
portation Company na Maart 1934,
na unda el a keda te su camblo pa
Lago como tn Siibforeman di Dock-
nan na Receiving & Shipping. Na an-
ja 1948, el a ser nombia Foieman
El a haya promotion pa Relief Foie-
man na 1953 y dos anja despues a
iicibi promotion pa Shift Foreman,
cial ta su position actual Sr Saiin-
deis 1o laga Aliba Aptil 1.
Sr. Fox a set empled abordo di
bapornan di Esso Tiansportation na
Juni 6, 1946. Na 1954 el a ser trans-
feri pa Lago como un captain di re-
molcador den Depto di Marina, cual
ta su position al present Sr Fox lo
laga Aruba Maart 26.


fino, Ley federal di Estaaos uniaos
ta reconoce un baril di 40 galon
Y pa confundi e asunto mas, tin
bail seco y tambe baril muha of
liquid Uno di e midirnan pa fruta,
'berdura y otro meicancia seco, tam-
be ta bailil. E bardl aki ta igual na
3.281 schepel, cual ta un midir mas
popular den e caso aki. E ultimo in-
formacion aki parce no ta present
ningun problema, sinembargo, coma
cu iun schepel ta un midir standard
- except si ta trata di un cierto
clase di fresa, yamA cranberry.
Mientras tn baril di fruta of ber-
dura ta igual na 3.281 schepel, un
baril di cranberry ta igual na 2.709
schepel. Ta bastante stranjo cu e
baril di fruta cu ta igual na 3.281
schepel tin un midir den duim cu-
'bico di 7056, mientras un baril di


B. J. Amaya
Proc.-LOF. Tie-in
line to 8" alky line.
I. E. Morris
E. F. Ras
Rec. & Sh
A. B. Semerel


Utilities
G. D. Stamper
J. V. Croes 2
Pub. Rel. Dept.
B. R. Ellis, Jr.


Fls. 25


Fls. 25
Fls. 25
Fls. 25
Fls. 25

Fls. 35
Fls. 25
Fls. 25

Fls. 25


ept.


Fls. 65
tall check val-
pumps #1310

Fls. 60
locate the ARC-
west of T-4
tower next to

Fls. 45

Fls. 60
8" AVI wash

Fls. 25
Fls. 25
ip.
Fls. 35


Fls. 25


cranberry, cu ta contene 2709 sche-
pel, ta midi 5826 duim cubico.
Pesey, ora ta papia tocante baril,
ta un bon idea pa sabi kiko tin aden,
sino bo por haya bo mes cu mas cu
uno


Process Largo for di Simiya di Koffie

Pa Wea di Koffie ta Yuda Economia
Anja pasa 100 million hende na Estados a bebe 137 billion koppi di
koffie mas cu henter resto di mundo poni hunto. Koffie e favo-
rito entire bebidanan na Estados Unidos y principal product di expor-
tacion di Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Nicaragua y
Costa Rica ta halto ariba list di productonan valioso di otro pals-


nan occidental. E ta furni dollars na
hacenderonan Latino Americana
(kende en turno ta cumpra e produc-
tonan di fabricanan di Estados Uni-
dos) y par bien word describe como
e koppi cu ta generalmente desed y
cumpr, den un pais unda e no ta
crece, pero en cambio di un variedad
di otro productonan di ofrece.
No hopi bebedornan di koffie na
Estados Unidos ta pensa di nan kop-
pi di koffie mainta como un factor
vital den nan mes properidad, pero
un hecho ta cu e dollars cu ta worde
ganA di exportacion di koffie ta wor-
de gastd pa un gran part pa cumpra
cosnan trahI den nan pais.


Den Verano Lo tin 26

Oportunidad pa Training

Pa Estudiante di Colegio
Bintiseis oportunidad pa training
lo existi na Lago e verano venidero
bao di e Programa di Verano pa
Training pa estudiantenan di Colegio.
Di e cantidad aki, dieznuebe lo ta
den ramo technico.
E program lo dura ocho siman V
a keda fihA tentativamente pa Juni
29 te Aug. 22. A ser anuncia door di
Depto. di Relaciones Industrial su
Division di Training cu inscripcion


Ta tuma un cantidad di trabao pa den e program di verano lo keda
produce un liber di koffie. Pa cumin- limit na e bintiseis pedidas di e de-
za, tu tuma como cinco anja for di partamentonan.
tempo un mata di koffie worde plan- Departamentonan di Comptroller,
tA te ora e duna product na canti- Tecmco y Mechanical lo tin diezseis
dad commercial. Durante e tempo aki, oportunidad di training durante ve-
matanan mester worde cuida, gespuit rano. Esnan cu ta bini na consider-
y transplant cu man. Hasta ora e acion ta estudiantenan cu education
bira grand, e mata promedio ta den ingenieria petrolero y quimico,
produce no mas cu un liber di koffie den electronic, quimica, economic,
has. y mula pa anja. matematico, administration comer-
Fruta Yama "Cherry" cial, studio pre-medico of biologia.
E fruta di e mata di koffie yama Otro departamentonan cu lo tin
"cherry", pasobra ora e ta hecho e oportunidadnan pa estudiantenan den
tin e mes color corrd profundo y verano ta Process, Executive, Medi-
torma. Como tur cherry no ta hecha cal y Industrial y Public Relations.
na mes tempo, cada uno master E requerimentonan pa e trabaonan
worde piki cu man mas of menos aki ta inclui conocemento medico y
2000 di nan ta haci un liber di koffie cuido di enfermo, studio di ley, ar-
mula! tenan grafico y idioma.
Cada cherry tin dos simiya; esaki Papel di aplicacion por ser obteni
nos ta yama e pipita di koffie. Nan na Training Division cuminzando
master worde separA for di e capa April 1. Nan mester ta yena y manda
exterior, lab& y seca den solo ariba back pa Training Division promer cu
patio grand habri durante hopi dia. Juni 1.
Despues mester kita un flishi stijf
bands pafor for di cada pipita pro- Jersey Ta Nombra Patrick
mer cu nan worde sort, clasifica y Coordinator Latino America
yena na saco pa orde barca. E ta e E anterior ehecutivo di Creole
unico fruta na mundo di cual e carrn Petroleum William I. Patrick a
ta worde tira afor y e simiya ta 3er nombrA Coordinador Regional
word usA. pa Latino America door di Jersey
Como paso final, ora e yega Esta- Standard. Sr. Patrick tabata Asis-
dos Unidos, e ta worde hasA, mulA y :ente Coordinador Regional pa
- na razon di tres billion liber pa Europa, Mediteraneo y W. Africa.
peketA pa worde bendi den tiendanan.


IIRH PRINCESS Beatrix christened the 90,000-ton Esso Den Haag July 4,
1963, at the Verolme Shipyards in the Netherlands municipality of Rozenburg.
SAR PRINSES Beatrix a batiza Esso Den Haag di 90,000 ton dia 4 di Juli
1963 na e astillero di Verolme den e municipio Rozenburg na Holanda.


Princess Beatrix

Christens Tanker
Sailing the world's great waters is the Esso Den
Haag, at 90,000 tons the largest ship in the mer-
chant fleet of the Netherlands. It was launched
July 4, 1963, and there were 300 who watched HRH
Princess Beatrix christen the Esso tanker. The tan-
ker was built in the Verolme Shipyards in Rozen-
burg. HRH Princess Beatrix was accompanied by
C. R. Smit, president of Esso Nederland.

Nabegando e lama-nan grand di mundo ta Esso
Den Haag, cual cu su 90,000 ton ta e bapor mas
grand di flota mercantil di Holanda. El a worde
bahA na awa Juli 4, 1963 y tabatin 300 persona cu a
mira SAR Prinses Beatrix batizA e Esso tanker. E
tankero a worde trahA den Astillero Verolme na
Rozenburg. SAR Prinses Beatrix tabata acompanja
pa C. R. Smit, president di Esso Nederland.


THE DAUGHTER of one of the directors of Esso
Nederland presented flowers to HRH Princess Beatrix.
YIU MUHER di uno di e directornan di Esso Neder-
land a present un bouquet na SAR Prinses Beatrix.


IN I Hn engine room of the Esso Uen Haag, HRH Princess Beatrix shows
keen interest in the massiveness of the tanker's propulsion gear.
DEN SALA di maquina di Esso Den Haag, SAR Prinses Beatrix ta
munstra interest intense den e mecanismo di propulsion solid di e tankero.


I ACCOMPANYING HRH Princess Beatrix were C. Verolme, ship-
yard president, and C. R. Smit, Esso Nederland president.
ACOMPANJANDO SAR Prinses Beatrix tabata C. Verolme,
president di e astillero, y C. R. Smit, president di Esso Nederland.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


.March 28, 1964


Long, Hard Process from Coffee Bean


To Coffee Pot Bolsters Latin Economy
Last year 100 million people in the United States drank 137 billion
cups of coffee more than all the rest of the world put together.
Coffee favorite of United States beverages and principal export
crop of Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Nicaragua and
Costa Rica is high up on the "money crop" of many other countries
of the Western Hemisphere. It is a provider of dollars to Latin Ameri-
can farmers (who in turn purchase the products of United States
factories) and can well be described as the cup that cheers or the
product that serves to unite the peoples of the two continents. Coffee
is a perfect example of international trade on a sound basis, a product
customarily desired and purchased in a country that raises none of it
but in turn has a variety of manufactured products to exchange.
Not many U.S. cofee-drinkers think of their morning cup as a vital
factor in their own prosperity but the fact is that the dollars earned
from exports of coffee beans are largely spent to purchase things made
in the U.S.A.
It takes a lot of work to produce a pound of coffee. To start with, it
takes about five years from the time a coffee tree is planted until it
bears in commercial quantities. During this time, trees have to be
weeded, sprayed and transplanted by hand. The average tree produces
about a pound of roasted coffee per season.
The fruit of the coffee tree is called the "cherry," because when it's
ripe it has the same deep red color and shape. Since all cherries do not
ripen at the same time, each has to be hand picked about 2000 of
them to make one pound of roasted coffee!
Each cherry has two seeds; these are what we call the coffee
"beans". They have to be separated from the outer pulp, washed and
dried in the sun on big open patios for many days. Then a tough outer
skin has to be removed from each bean before they are sorted, graded
and bagged for storage and shipment. In this state the commodity is
known as "green coffee." It is the only fruit in the world whose pulp
is thrown away and the "pits" used.
As final step, on arrival in the U.S., it is roasted, ground and pack-
aged for sale in grocery stores about three billion pounds a year.


.- W _


DEPULPED AND washed coffee beans are dried in DESPUES DI kita nan capa y laba nan, pipita di koffie
the open on broad sunlit patios like this one. This ta worde secA ariba patio grand manera esaki den solo.
process takes four to eight days. E process aki ta tuma cuatro te ocho dia.


1964 American Lea;

Another major league baseball
season gets underway April 13, and
the international pastime will at-
tract great number s of tourists from
abroad as much as many of the more
formal American landmarks.
One special feature of the 1964


guers Hear Cry 'Play Ball' April 13


All-Star game, scheduled for the New
York Met's Shea Stadium July 7, is
that the event is within walking dis-
tance of the enormous New Yoik
World's Fair Pavillions
As is customary, the Washington
Senators will open the season one


day before the rest of the league
Bulk of the action begins on April
14. Los Angeles Angels will oppose
the Senators in the opener.
At the nation's capital, President
Lyndon B Johnson is scheduled to
throw out the first ball.


Official American League Baseball Schedule for the 1964 Season


APRIL N.Y. BAL. BOSTON CLEVE. WASH. CHICAGO DET'1on KAN.C. LA. MIN. APRIL
1M .. L .. At W 13-M
14-lT ot. AChk.. AtN.Y. Mnn .. Bo. K.C. AtDOt. T.. 1.-. u
1S-W ...... LA. ... AW .() ...... 15-W
16-Th o. AtChi. A Y. .. Mm IannI l. ol At Washi.() 16-Th
17-F AtBola. N.Y. Chic. K.C.(n) Man4n) AtIBot. LA. At Ci.4n) At D. AWosh.(n) 17-F
18-Sat. At Bolt. N.Y. Ch. K.C. Minn. At Bos. LA. AIClet At Dt. At Wodh. ll-Sa.
19-Sun AtBol. N.Y. Chic. LA.(2) KC At2 2)Ato nn) AtWeh2 At*Cl(2) AtDet(2) 19-Su
20M AtBolt2, Chc(n) N.Y(2,AM ..- .. AtBail) ...-.-- 20M
A.M-A.) Ah1)
21-Tu AtK.C(a) AtMin .... ALA.n) Clme.(l) ODan) Wosh. 21-Tu
22-W At Chcn) Bos.n) AtBCn) A K C(n) .... N. Y.(n) At L A(n) Crl(n) Dt.(n) 22-W
23-Th ...... Bln) At Blt.(n) At LA(n) AtMin. ... Cleksn) Woh. 23-Th
24.F At Chec.() AtL .(n) At K. Cn) Bt1.) At Minn. Wo.h.(n) en) Dot. 24-F
25-t AN.Y. Aathi. A Y AL.( A t.C.iA ) Boae AtMinn. Waoh.(a) ClM.In) Det 25-Sat
26-5u Bolt. At N.Y. At Chic At.A. At K. C. Bo. At Minn. Wah. Cle. Det. 26-Sn
27-M AL.A.(R) ...... Waln).. 27hM
28-Tu Chic. At Bol Bolt. At Min. At An) At N.Y. At K. C.(n) DRt.n) Wash (n) CIn,. 2-Tu
29-W Chic AtBor. Bolt. AtMinn. At L.An) AtN.Y. AtLC(n) DOt(n) Wwh.(n) Clee. 29.W
3.Th ...... ...... .... AtMinn ... .. At K.C. Deot CIee. 30-Th
MAY MAY
1-F Wsh.(a) Clan).n).. AtBo AsN.Y( ) LA4n) -n MRnn.n) AtChicAn) At K.C) 1-F
2-Sot Wash. Clew. Do. AtBiat. AIN.Y. LA. AtBA. Minn.n) AtChc. AtKC.) 2-Sd
3-Su WahI42) Cln.42) De. AtBalt.(2 AMN.Y.(2) L A(2) At t. MiR(2) AtChios2) AtK.C2) 3-Sun
M .... Was(n) Clewn) At B n) Bs)n) M n) LAJn) At.C.(n) AtChic.(A) 444
MS-T Dtu.n) WOmn(a) Col. At Bot. At Bo.t AIN.Y.(n) LA.(n) AtK. C) .. 5STu
bW AtWontskA AtCle(n) AtDot4n) BoIl(n) N.Y.*n) K.C4t.n) Boi.(n) ATChec.(m) AtMn(n) LA-(n) -W
7-nT AtWOIh.() AtClew4n) AtDe. olt.(n) N.YAn) t...... ... AtMinn LA. 7.Th
&-F AtCkIIen) At Der(n) AtWash.(s) N.Y.(n) n) A(n) L A.(n) Bt.() AlMinm(n) Clhi.(n) K.C.(n) I-F
9-Sot At Ck*i. At Drt. AIWash. N Y. Bt. At L (n) Bolh. At Min. Chic(n) K.C. 9-Sdt.
W10u AtCle(2) At WD2) AtWshfI2) N.Y(2) Boa2) A L A. Bo1lt2) AtMmn. Chic K. C. 10-Sen
IM 14 AWash.n) AtCIw.ln) BoRin Bolt.(n) AMinna ) ... A A(n)L. K.C.(n) Chic.n) 1I-M
12-Tu At DeRn AtWDhn) AtCklvn) Bost(n B n)Blt () AtMin.) NY.(n) At L. A(n) K C() Chic(n 12-TTu
13-W AtCDetn) AtWAs4.) ACle4n) BotM(t) Bob() A n) N.Y(n) At LA.(t-n) K.C.tn) K. C ) Chi-c(n) 13-W
14 Th AtDe. At Wmhn) .. ... Bot() AtMinn, N.Y. Chic.A 14-Th
W K.C.(n) LA.(nt) Mirnn.n) At,0D.(s) Cht) AtWaih.(n) Cl-.(n) AtN.Y(t) AtBalt.(M) AtBo t() 1-F
16tsa K.C. LAn) Minn. AtDot. Chi. AtWosh. Cli.e, AtN.Y. AtBalt.(n) A Bost. 16-ot
P17-S K.C(2) LA. Min A2) A DOt42) Chic. MWsh Clel(2) AtN.Y.2) AtBot. AtBo .(2) 17-So.
UI&M .... .- C n .. AtWohk(n) .. .-. I8M
19-lu Mitnn) LC n) LA4n) At Chl4n) D4.1) CM.() AtWosh.W() At oi.(n) AtBsef4) At N.Y.(n) 19-Tu
20W Min. EC n) LA4n) .... OD ) .. At Weohn) At Bol (n) At Bot(n) AtN.Y. 20W
21-nTh K- C.() LA(s) Doe(n) At Wash.() AtBah.(n) AtBot . 21Th
22-F LA4.() MiLn) LK C4n) ot.(n) AtChA.(n) Wasohn) At Ckin.(n) Atas(n) At N. Y.( At Ba (a) 22-F
23-S* LA. Mins, K.C. Dot. AtChic. Wash. AtClk., AtBo AtN.YY. At ol. 23-5d
24.u L A.2) Minn(2) K C.(2) DI(2) At Chic2) Wo h.(2) At Clo.(2) At ot.(2) AtN. Y2) At B1(2) 24-Sun
25-A ... D ) Wa(n) ... At Bo)t.(n) At K. C(n) At Bol.(n) Chic.(n) Minn) At L A.n) 2M
26-Tu Cloe.(n) De(n) WnA4) AtN.Y.(s) AtBomstn) AIK.C.(n) AtBaI.(n) Chir (n) Min(n)i AtLA(n) 26-Tu
27-W Clr. DM(n) Walh. AtN.Y. AtlBot. AtK.C.(t-n) AtBlt.n) Cic.(t-n) Mn (I-n) AtLA(t-t) 27-W
21-Th ... ... .. ... 28-Th
29-F AtK.C.(n) AtLA(n) AtMin.(n) AtWah.na) COI(n) At-DO(n) ChIc.() N.Y4n) Boh(n) Botf4) -29
30-St AtIK.LCn) AtLA(n) AIMminsi4t AtWosh. Clova AtDI. Chic. N. .(n) Bo.(n) BonitmO) 3it
31-Sun At KC. AtLA. AtMisn. AtWeshA2 Clov2) AID"t2) Chic2) N.Y. Bok. Bod. 31-Sn,
JE JUNE
1- AtMh.(n) AtM.Cn) AtLAno) Chic ) AtMCkso ) -. Bt.(n) BoM(n) N.Y.(n) 1-M
2-Tu AtMamn.( AK.C(n) AtLA(n) Chic() A Det.(n) AtCHO(n) Wa.(n) B1.(n) BoNt.n) N.Y(n) 2-Tu
3-W A At Mm LCC. AtLA a ) Chic-(n) AtDOen) AtCleMoin) Wah.(n) oldtn) Bot (t-n) N.Y(n) 3-W
4Th AtMinn. AtK. Cn) Chuc(n) .C AiI(n) ...... ln N Y. 4-Th
5F AlLAn) M ) AtK..() M Wn).( AK.C.( n) DtClen) D,() AtChic(n) Bot (n) N (a) Bolt (n) 5-F
6-So M LA.() AtMinn. Al C. WI Ah. AtClIk. D. AtChRc Boit N Y Bll 6-Sol
7-Sun AIL.A. AtMinn. AK.C(2) Wah (2) AICk"l.(2) Det.2) AtChic(2) Bost(2) N Y. Boal 7-Sun
-AM K.C (n) M in (a) At Wash (n) At DO (n) 8-M
19Tu AlBot) AtChic4n) N ') LA (n) K C.(n) B.(an) Mun (n) AtWah.(n) AltCll (I) At Dt (n) 9 Tu
low AtBoe(n) MAChn) N.Y.Inl L.An K. C (n) oll ) Minn (n) AtWoh.(n) AtCla (n) At ID.(a) 10-W
1-Th AtBt.(tn) A Chiuc N.Y4a) L.A(n) .. Bol. Mina. AICIevl(n) At*ID. 11-Th
12.F Chi.n) AtlBtsRA) Bl14n) K C4n) Minn(n) AtN.Y)n) L.A.(n) AtClen) Al Dil.(n) At Woh.(n) 12 F
13-Sat Chic. At Bo. Solt. K-C. Mnn. AIN.Y. LA. AICle. AtD. At Wosh. 13-Sat
Ad-.ut Chic(2) AtBo (2) Bal42) K-C42) Man.(2) AN.Y2) LA.(2) AtCles42) AtWD()2) AtWoh(2) 14-Sun
I.r Chlcn) Mn.(n) L. AAt) ABt.n) .. AtWaIh4n) AtCIRon.) 15-M
16-lTu BS.) Chicn) AtN.Y4n) Minn n) L.A4n) AtBoltn) K.-C4n) At D0w.) AtWoa.(n) AtCtle(n) 16-T
17-w Bosl. ChiK n) AtN.Y. Mmnn4t-n) .LAn) AtBol a) K.C.(n) At Det(n) AtWasih(n) AtCle.(t-n 17W
8ITh Bo~(n) Chic.(n) AIN.Y.(n) ..... AtB ) K.C. AtDe 181h
19. At Chic(n) Bonn) At Bl-n) At A.(n) At. C () N.Y (n) Al Minnn) Wo.lh(n) Clev (n) D (tn) 19 F
2-ot AtChic. Bst.() At BlC.(n) AtLA. in N.Y. AtMi2s. Woih (n) Clev(n) Do 20 Sot
21-Sun AtChic2) Boet. At Bol. A A. AtK. A C.(2) N.Y42) At Min. Woh (2) Cle. DOt. 21-Sun
22-M -.- .-. ... .. At L. A.(n) ... .... .... Wo.(n) . 22 M
23-Tu At Bol n) N. .(n) At Chic (n) At Minn4n) At LA() Bt (n) At K C (f-n) Det (-n) Wash (n) Clehwn) 23-Tu
24-W AtBotMn) N.Y.n) AtChelA) AIMinn4n L AtLA.(n) BoNt) AtK.C.n) DeOn) Washl(n) ClenC) 24.W
25-Th AlBaItn) N.Y.Dn) .. AtMinn. .. .. ALA.() K.C.(n) Clt. 25-Th
26-F Def(n) AtWOshan) Cle.(ns) AtBotn) Bolt.() AIPMs(n) AtN.Y4.() A*LAs4*n) K.,C4.-n) Chc(n) 26-F
27-!s Do. Was.
27-S1t Do. A Wash. Cle At ot. Bolt. At MiL AtL Y. AtLA.n) K.C.(n) Chic 27-Sot
211Sun Det(2) AtWash. Cla42) At llo.(2 Bob. AMA., ArN.Y.(2) AtLA. K.C. u c. 28-Su
29A Mi osn) KC ) Chi-(n) Desn) AtCleaMI ) AtWhIa)i AM .(n) ....- AtBol.(n) 29-M
30-Tu L A(tn) Min. I.C. Ch.(n) De.(n) AICien) AtWoe4(n) AtBOst. AtN. Y..) AIBat. 30-lu
JULY JULY
I-W K.C. L A(n) Min.n) AtDoe n) ArChicl.n) Wos.t) COr.(n) AtN.Y. AtB lhn) AtBoif(n) 1-W
2-Th K. C4) L. A(n) Mann. At DeOtn) ... Cle An) A N n) )At i (n) At Bsot. 2-Th
3- Mnn.) LK Cn) A.(n) AtChiqn) At Dtn) Cln(n) Wa*hl) At Boll (s) At Bo (n) At NY (n) 3 F
-Sot Mmnr2) K.C.(n) LA. AtChc. At DO. Clw WOh. At Bol.n) At Bot. AIN Y (2) 4So
-Suvn Min. K C. L.A. AtChse.2) At Do.(2) Civ.(2) Wo (2) AtWBo Al o. A AN *Y 5 un
7.u ALL-STAR GAMl! AT SHEA STADIUM, NEW YOPR ALL STAR GAME AT SHEA STADIUM. NEW YORK 7 Tl
9-Th AtWokin) ZA6). A n) IBO.N) NYi.) AtLAs) |.oln) MtA(n) I () IAK Cfn) 9-Th


N.Y.


BOSTON


CHICAGO


DETROIT


KAN. C.


LA. MINN,


JULY


10-F AtWes_(n) AtCle.(n) AtOD.tl-n) aBlttn) N Y(n) AtL.AI-n) Bou(ln) M.nn(n) Chic:tn) AtK C(j 10F
11-Sot AtWah. AMtCIve. AtDer. Bolt. N.Y. AILA Bost Mnn. Chi. AI K.C. ll-Soa


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18-S Cleaw.
19-Sun Clo (2)
20-IM
21-Tu Wash.(n)
22-W Waoh
23-Th Wah.(n)
24-F At Dt.(n)
25-Sat AtDR.
26-Sun At Det2)
27- At L A.(n)
28.Tu At L A(n)
29-W AtLA.(n)
30-Tih
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AUGUST
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6-Th At K.C.
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9-Sun Olt (2)
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20-Th At Chc.
21-F At Bos.(n)
22-SaAt A Bot2.
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23-Sun At Bot.
24-M
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