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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: May 9, 1964
Frequency: biweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Petroleum industry and trade -- Periodicals -- Aruba   ( lcsh )
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Language: Text in English and papiamento.
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- 1940-
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Esso


VOL. 25, No. 9


PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.


May 9, 1964


Educational Leave of Absence


Announced by Lago To Assist


Studies at University Level
Lago employees enrolled in a course of study which meets definite
Lago needs will be granted an educational leave of absence to cover
the entire period of this study. The new educational leave policy, which
was announced this week, is one more Lago effort to encourage em-


STUDYING AT West Virginia Institute of Technology
under Lago Scholarship Foundation grants or direct
Lago sponsorship are, left to right, Juan Noguera,
Henk de Cuba, Dario Picus, Ascisclo Martinus, Miguel
Young, Hudman Hoo and Francisco Kock. AMissing is
Ray Farro.


STUDIANDO NA Instituto di Tecnologia di West Vir-
ginia cu ayudo di Lago Scholarship Foundation of asis.
lencia director di Lago ta, di robez pa drechi, Juan
Noguera, Henk de Cuba, Dario Picus, Ascisclo Mar-
tinus, Miguel Young, Hudman Hoo y Francisco Kock.
Rey Farro tabata ausente.


Eight Students Exemplify Lago's Intent

To Promote University Technical Study


West Virginia Institute of Technology is located in Montgomery,
West Virginia, one of the middle Atlantic states. More important than
the state's geographic reference is the fact that residing and studying
in Montgomery are eight Aruban young men. All are attending West
Virginia Institute; all are taking technical courses; all are being as-
sisted by Lago
Juan Nogueia. Darno Picus, Hud- who is in his fourth year, is major-
man A. Hoo and Ray Farro are at- ing in mechanical engineering.
tending the West Virginia univel- All have interesting backgrounds.
sity under direct Lago sponsorship, Mr Noguera, the son of A. Noguera
which means the company is paying of the Mechanical Department, Mr.
tuition, board, loom and other school Pius, Mr Martnus. Mr. Farro and
fees, anJ, In addition, is granting a Mr. Young are Lago Vocational
percentage of the salary each calned School graduates Mr Young, who
while at Lago. Lago Scholarship has four children, completed corres-
Foundation giants are assisting Henk pondence studies at the University
de Cuba, Ascxsclo Mai tnus, Fran- of California and the University of
Cisco Kock and Miguel Young. I Wisconsin. Mr. Martinus attended
The eight represent, very defini- preparatory school in Connecticut.
tely and dramatically. Lagc's ef- Mr. De Cuba is a graduate of St.
forts to assist young men and wo- Dominicus College and UTS in Eind-
men who have the ability and the hoven. Studies in the Netherlands
motivation to further their educa- were also completed by Mr. Hoo at
tion Lago has stated, time and the Rotterdam Chemical Analyst
again, its interests in proci ing Aru- School, and by Mr. Kock at the
bans who have completed technical Nijmegen Extended Technical School.
studies at the university level. La- The two are MULO A and ATS gra-
go has also stressed the need of the duates, respectively. Mr Hoo is the
community for young men and wo- brother of A. A. Hoo of the Technical
men with university training in pro- Department, a graduate of Illinois
fessional fields Institute of Technology in Chicago,
whose college education was assisted
Financial Aid by Lago Scholarship Foundation
grants.
To actively assist in filling its own r t
needs and those of the community, Pilo to leaving for West Vrgnia,
Lago gives financial aid to capable all eight were employed in either the
Lago gives financial aid to capable Techn:cal or Mechanical Depart-
and prepared youth in Foundation Te a or Mechanica Depart
grants and direct company sponsor- ments
ship. FIs. 1900 Initial Award
A further aid to the educational
goals of Lago employees is the an- Ranks Third in History;
nouncement of an educational leave
of absence. Another effort to encou- Kelly April 'Suggester'
age university study is the special Higinio A. Kelly, a laboratory
mathematics program being conduct- technician in the Technical Depart-
ed for twelve employees These men meant, has received the third highest
meet three times a week from 2 to initial CYI award in Lago history -
4 p m, and are taking a heavy con- second highest by a staff employee
centration of mathematics to pre- and selection as suggester-of-the-
pare them for entry into United Sta- month for April.
tes' universities in September. Mr. Kelly received Fls. 1900,
Students of Aruba schools, parti- which automatically puts him in
cularly those enrolled in HBS scien- running for a capital award next
ce-mathematics courses, are frequent year. Highest initial award was
visitors to Lago. The need for um- Fls. 5000 made to C. F. Bond in 1952,
versity training is described in terms and D. W. Marques receivedd Fls 2085
of complex refining functions and in 1962. Mr. Kelly's award exceeds
equipment. These efforts, and the by Fls. 10 the award of Fls. 1890
eight young men at West Virginia made to P. Storey in 1962.
Institute, are the real actions behind The idea which earned honors for
Lago's desire to promote university Mr. Kelly eliminates the need for
education, washing the stripper bottoms coolers
In their first year of chemical en- at ISAR. These coolers had required
gineering are Mr. Noguera, Mr. De continual switching for daily clean-
Cuba, Mr. Picus, Mr. Kock and Mr. ing. Benefits from the suggestion are
Young. Second year chemical engin- in manhour savings necessary to
eering student is Mr. Farro. Also in clean the unit and in the extra pro-
his second year is Mr. Hoo. He is duction of Butane possible with the
studying chemistry. Mr. Martinus, saving of cleaning time.


o hcO Hoben Ta Ehem el


ployees to further their education.
The policy offers an exceptional
opportunity to all potential students,
but particularly to employees who
want to embark on four- or five-year
university technical studies. The
leave of absence will be granted to
any permanent staff or regular em-
ployee who has at least one year of
service, whose course of study is ap-
plicable to company needs, and whose
department recommends an educa-
tional leave.
Employees on educational leave of
I 1 1 4 'ie


lUVII IIUUUIll I U liJ aulic ayn lJ L*Ci Lt eOLrau
i ago Intencion i with personal resources, or grants
i L from the Lago Scholarship Founda-
Promoe Estudion Tenico tn. They also have the opportunity
iuiuvg L UIU iCflIO to be sponsored by Lago while at-
Instituto di Tecnologia di West tending a university. This means
Virginia ta situa na Montgomery, that all university fees-tuition, board,
West Virginia, uno di e estadonan room, books and other school fees -
medio Atlantico. Mas important would be paid by Lago. An allowance
cu e referencia geografico di e es- equal to forty per cent of base salary
tado ta e hecho cu tin aya ocho Aru- would be granted to employees with
bano hoben cu ta biba y ta studia no dependents and seventy per cent
na Montgomery. Tur ta atende e to employees with dependents as long
West Virginia Institute; tur ta si- as satisfactory scholastic perform-
guiendo cursonan tecnico; tur ta ri- ance is maintained.
cibi asistencia di Lago. Renewal of the educational leave
Juan Noguera, Dario Picus, Hud- of absence will be done each year
man A. Hoo y Rey Farro ta studi- and will depend upon scholastic per-
ando na e universidad di West Vir- formance Employees granted edu-
ginia cu un ayudo director di Lago,
cu ta nifica cu compania ta pagando Auseflcia CU PfrmlI
nan placa di school, cuminda, aloja-
mento y otro gastonan di school y fP Yuda den Estu
ademas ta dunando nan un percen- i u L
tahe di e salario cu cada uno di nan Empleadonan di Lago cu ta insi
tabata gana na Lago. Cu ayudo fi- satisface necesidadnan definido di
nanciero di Lago Scholarship Foun- permiso pa studio cu ta cubri h(
dation ta studiando Henk de Cuba, p6liza di ausencia pa studio, cu a
Ascisclo Martinus, Francisco Kock y fuerzo mas di Lago pa encurasha
Miguel Young. E p6liza ta ofrece un oportunidad
E ochonan ta represent, masha exceptional na tur possible estudian-
definitivo y dramaticamente, Lago su tenan, pero particularmente na em-
esfuerzonan pa asisti hobennan, hom- pleadonan cu ta desea di emprende
ber y muher, kende tin e abilidad y un studio di cuatro of cinco anja
interes pa mehora nan education. tecnico umversitaria. E ausencia cu
Lago a declara cada bez di nobo su permiso lo worde duna na cualkier
interest den busca Arubanonan cu a empleado permanent regular of staff
completA estudionan tecnico na un kende tin por lo menos un anja di
nivel universitario. Lago tambe a ac- servicio y kende nan curso di studio
centua e necesidad cu comunidad tin por ser aplicd pa necesidadnan di
pa hobennan cu enseyanza di urn- compania y nan departamento ta re-
versidad den terreno professional. comenda un ausencia pa studio.
Pa asisti activamente pa yena su Empleadonan cu ausencia cu per-
(Conlt, nit ito pqriflna 3) niso na studio nor financial nan es-


4\;


H. A. KELLY receives check for Fls. 1900, third highest initial award in
CYI history, from H. F. Couzy. He was named April suggester-of-the-
month for an idea that saves cleaning time in ISAR unit.
H. A. KELLY ta ricibi check di Fls. 1900, di tercer premio initial den
historic di CYI, for di H. F. Couzy. El a ser nombri sugeridor-di-luna pa
April pa un idea cu ta mengua e tempo pa limpia e plant ISAR.


national leave of absence will have
their jobs held open for 180 days
from the commencement of their
first leave.
During school vacations employees
will be required to work for the
company if their services are needed.
There is no guarantee of continued
employment when the leave of ab-
sence expires.
While away at school, the em-
ployees' eligible family members in
Aruba will be able to use the Lago
Commissary and Lago Hospital. The
provisions of the Survivor Benefit
Plan will apply, and group life in-
surance will be available to the em-
ployee on educational leave of ab-
sence through their arrangements.
Temporarily discontinued during
the educational leave of absence will
be the Vacation Savings Plan, the
company's contributions to the Re-
tirement Plan and the Thrift Plan.
An employee granted an educational
leave of absence will be eligible for
a one time special thrift loan which
may exceed the normal six-month
rule. Time spent on the educational
leave will not be creditable service,
and vacation will not accrue while
away from Aruba.

; pa Estudio Anuncia

dionan Universitario
cribi den un curso di studio cu ta
Lago lo worde dunA ausencia cu
enter e period di e studio aki. E
ser anuncia e siman aki, ta un es-
empleadonan pa avanza education.

tudio cu fondos personal of cu ayudo
di Lago Scholarship Foundation. Nan
tambe tin e oportunidad di cai bao


auspicio di Lago mientras nan ta na
universidad. Esaki ta nifica cu tur
gastonan di universidad placa pa
les, cuminda, alojamento, boeki y
otro gastonan di school lo ser pa-
gA door di Lago. Un ayudo igual na
cuarenta porciento di salario basico
lo ser duna na empleadonan cu no
tin dependientes y setenta porciento
na empleadonan cu tin dependientes
pa tanto tempo cu nan ta mantene
resultadonan satisfactorio na school.
Renobamento di ausencia cu per-
miso pa studio lo ser duna cada an-
ja y lo depend ariba resultadonan
di studio na school. Empleadonan
cu ricibi ausencia cu permiso pa es-
tudio por ta sigur cu nan trabao lo
ser teni habri pa nan pa 180 dia for
di principio di nan promer ausencia.
Bao e p6liza normal, protection tem-
porario di trabao ta pa nobenta dia.
Pero ora e p6liza di ausencia cu per-
miso pa studio ta ser aplica, e peri-
odo ta dobbel.
Durante vacacion di school, em-
pleadonan ta ser requeri di traha pa
compania si nan servicio ta necesa-
rio. No tin garantia pa sigui na tra-
bao ora cu e ausencia cu permiso ter-
mina.
Mientras na school pafor, e miem-
bronan di familiar eligible di e em-
pleado cu ta keda na Aruba lo por
usa e Comisario di Lago y Hospital
di Lago. E stipulacionnan di Plan di
Beneficio pa Sobrevivientes lo apli-
ca tambe y e aseguro di bida en
grupo lo ta disponible pa e empleado
(Continua na pagina 2)


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS May 9, 1964


Four Mechanical, Marine

Employees To Leave Lago

With Ninety Years Service


PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER SATURDAY. AT ARUBA. NC7HERLANDS Four employees with more than
ANTILLES, BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO. LTD.
Printed by the Aruba Drukkeri N.V.. Neth. Ant. ninety years' Lago service are sched-
uled for retirement. The men are E.
Li| V. Cato, Marine Department Agency
Listening Operations, and H. A. Mathiasen, F.
J Legenhausen and A. M. Vamu, all
Much has been said and will continue to be said about communica- of the Mechanical Department.
tions. It cannot be avoided, either the act of communicating or the Mr. Cato was employed as an ap-
interest in communications. The primary reason is obvious. As long as pentice clerk C in ihe Electrical


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two people associate, they will communicate. The means they use to
communicate and how well they convey messages to each other depend
primarily, and simply, upon the ability of one to express himself
clearly and explicitly in terms understood by the other, who must
be willing to listen.
It is the willingness to listen that has interesting and, perhaps, un-
thought-of considerations. It is a handy excuse and one overused -
to say no information was given out, or the information was not clear.
Actually, what is meant in many cases, is that no one listened. This
could be the fault of the person or body giving information, but, for
the moment, consider the receiver, or the person or group to whom
the message is directed, who does not want to hear.
To gain understanding of what others are attempting to say or do,
they must be listened to attentively. This means listening with an open
mind, and listening to find out the reasons why an individual believes
and acts the way he does. There are bountiful rewards in listening
this way. If there are fallacies or mistakes in the other's argument, an
intent listener will uncover them. In counter arguments they can be
used to disclose weaknesses. There is also the possibility that in list-
ening to understand, points of real merit will be uncovered in the
listener's mind. He may find that the other fellow has reasonable
ideas ideas that would lead him to alter his own point of view in
the best interest of himself as well as the other fellow.
To think only of the correctness of a personal point of view even
while another is talking is not to learn and to benefit by the intelli-
gence and experience of others. Hear the other man out, and hear him
well. Don't close him off with set, immovable, emotional thoughts. He
may have an opinion that is worth consideration. He also may need
guidance, which only can be given when what he has to say is clearly
understood. The key is attentive listening.


Scuchamento
Hopi a ser bisa y lo sigui ser bisA tocante comunicaciones. Ningun di
dos por ser evita, ni e acto mes di comunicacion of interest den comuni-
cacion. E motibo primario ta evidence. Asina pronto cu dos hende ta
hunto, nan lo comunica un cu otro. E manera cu nan ta usa pa haci
comunicacion y cor bon nan lo conduct un mensahe di uno pa otro ta
depend primeramente y simplemente ariba e abilidad di uno pa ex-
presa su mes na un manera cla y explicit den un forma cu ta com-
prendible pa e otro, kende mester ta dispuesto pa scucha.
Ta e voluntad pa scucha cu ta forma e parte interesante y podiser e
punto important cu nunca a ser pensa. Ta un excusa bon y ta usa
demasiado pa bisa cu ningun information a ser dunA of cu e in-
formacion no tabata claro. En realidad, loke hende kier bisa den hopi
caso ta cu ningun hende a scucha. Esaki por ta e falta di e persona of
instancia cu ta duna e information, pero laga nos consider -wor e
recibidor, of e persona of grupo na kende e mensahe ta dirigi, cu no
kier tende.
Pa por comprende kiko otronan ta trata di bisa of haci, mester
scucha nan cu atencion. Esaki ta nifica scucha cu un mente habri, y
scucha pa haya sabi e motibonan pakiko un personal ta kere y ta
actua manera el ta haci. Tin hopi recompensa pa scucha den e manera
aki. Si tin fayo of error den e argument di otronan, un scuchador cu
atencion lo descubri nan. Den contra-argumento nan por ser usa pa
revela debilidades. Tin tambe e posibilidad cu mientras scuchando pa
comprende, puntonan di berdadero merito lo worde descubri den e
mente di e scuchador. El por descubri cu e otro persona tin ideanan
razonable ideanan cu lo hacie'le cambia su mes punto di vista pa
mehor interest di su mes y tambe pa di otronan.
Ora ta pensa solamente cu ta bo punto di vista personal ta correct
mientras un otro ta papiando, esey no ta haci bo sinja y beneficial
door di e inteligencia y experiencia di otronan. Scucha e otro persona
te na fin, y scuche'le bon. No cerra orea pe cu pensamentonan fiho, cu
no ta cambia y cu ta emotional. El por tin un opinion cu ta vale la
pena pa consider. Tambe el por tin mester di guia, cual por worde
duna na dje solamente ora loke el a bisa ta claramente comprendi. E
yabi pa esaki ta scuchamento cu atencion.


Scu tin
tun ar
e Lok
S o ,o rartar
sencia
Plan
buclo
Pensli


flanza
Thrift
lament
-cu e
RETIREMENT LUNCHEON honoring R. H. Saunders was attended by estud
I. E. Nystrom, G. L. MacNutt, Mrs. Z. K. Saunders, L. F. Ballard, J. F. credit
Flaherty and K. B. Cutting. Mr. Saunders, who was employed in Process- nuent
Receiving and Shipping, completed over thirty years of company service.
COMEMENTO PROMER cu baimento cu pension na honor di R. H.
Saunders a ser atendi pa R. E. Nystrom, G. L. MlacNutt, Sra. Z. K.
Saunders, L. F. Ballard, J. F. Flaherty y K. B. Cutting. Sr. Saunders, Aprl i
kende tabata un empleado den Process-Receiving and Shipping, a cumpli
mas cu trinta anja di servicio. April


Shop in November. 1943. Progres-
sing through the clerk ranks, in 1947,
he was named junior clerk and shore
payroll clerk in 1949. In 1951, he
was named ship dispatcher and in
1955 was promoted to signal tower
operator. In 1958, he was named
shift supervisor. Mr. Cato has over
twenty-one years' service. He left
Lago May 1 for subsequent retire-
ment.
Mr. Mathiasen was originally em-
ployed in July, 1943, with Standard
Oil Development Company and was
transferred to Lago in 1950 as a
subforeman, Masons and Insulators.
Since then, he has progressed through
job training instructor, zone foreman
and assistant zone supervisor, his
present post. Mr. Mathiasen has had
no breaks in his more than twenty-
one years of service. His last day of
work will be May 16.










F. J. enl E Ca

F. J. Legenhausen E. V. Calo


H. A. Mathiasen A. M. Viau
Mr. Legenhausen came to Lago in
April, 1934, as a tradesman first
class in the Carpenter Shop. During
more than thirty years service, he
progressed through the ranks to
foreman, general foreman, general
crafts foreman and in February,
1963, was named a zone planner, his
present position. Mr. Legenhausen
will leave Lago the first of June
The majority of Mr. Legenhausen's
career was spent in Colony Main-
tenance, the forerunner of General
Services-Crafts He served as assis-
tant general foreman and foreman
during this period.
Mr. Viau joined Lago in February,
1947, as a supervising cook in the
Dining Hall. Promotions followed to
head cook, chef-hospital kitchen and
chef-Esso dining hall. Mr. Viau is
currently chef-hospital kitchen. He
has over seventeen years' service. Mr.
Viau will leave Lago July 1 for sub-
sequent retirement.

I AUSENCIA
(Continua di pagonl 1)


i ausencia pa studio mediante
reglo cu el mes por haci.
:e ta keda descontinua tempo-
nente durante e peiiodo di au-
i cu permiso pa studio lo ta e
di Spaar pa Vacacion, e contil-
nnan di compania pa Plan di
on y pa Plan di Spaar. Un em-
o cu ta ricibi ausencia cu per-
pa estudio lo ta eligible pa un
Special pa un solo bez for di
t Plan, cual por surpasa e reg-
ito normal di sets luna. E tempo
empleado ta ariba ausencia pa
to no ta ser conta como servicio
a y su vacation lo no acuimula
ras el ta afor di Aruba.

Schedule of Paydays
Semi-Monthly Payroll
15-30 Monday, May 11
Monthly Payroll
1-30 Monday, May 11


LENDING A large assist in the berthing of the Netherlands aircraft
carrier, Karel Doorman, is the Lago tug, Esso Oranjestad. The carrier
arrived outside the Oranjestad Harbor April 25, and was towed through
the reef opening and into the harbor by the Lago tug.
DUNANDO UN asistencia grand pa marra portavion Holandes Karel
Doorman na waf ta remolcador di Lago Esso Oranjestad. E portavion a
yega pafor di Oranjestad April 25 y a drenla e entrada den rif y den
haaf di Oranjestad cu ayudo di e remolcador di Laro.


Empleadonan Mechanical

Y Marina Ta Laga Lago cu

Nobenta Anja di Servicio
Cuatro empleado cu mas di no-
benta anja di servicio na Lago ta
ariba program pa retro cu pension
Esakinan ta E V. Cato, di Agency
Operations di Depto. di Marina, y
H A. Mathiasen, F J Legenhausen
y A. M. Viau, trt di Depto Mech-
amcal.
Sr. Cato tabata emplea como un
aprendiz clerk C den Electrical Shop
na November 1943 Progresando den
e rangonan di klerk, na 1947 el a
keda nombid Junior Klek y despues
Shore Payroll Clerk na 1949. Na
1951, el a ser nombrd Ship Dispat-
cher y na 1955 el a haya promotion
pa Signal Towel Operatoi Na 1958,
el a ser nombri Shift Supervisor. Sr
Cato tin mas cu binti-un anja di
servicio. El a laga Lago Met 1 pa
keda ariba pension mas despues.
Sr. Mathiasen tabata originalmente
emplea na Juli 1943 cu Standard Oil
transfer pa Lago na 1950 como un
Subforeman di Metsla y Insulador
Desde e tempo, el a piogresa dooi
di e posicionnan di Job Training In-
structor. Zone Foreman y Assistant
Zone Supervisor. pa su puesto ac-
tual. Sr. Mathiasen no tabatin nin-
gun interruption den su binti-un an-
ja di servicio. Su ultimo dia di tra-
bao lo ta Met 16.
Sr. Legenhausen a bim na Lago
na April 1934 come un Tradesman
Primera Clase den Carpenter Shop
Durante mas di trnta anja di ser-
vicio, el a progress door di e rango-
nan di foreman, general foreman,
general crafts foreman y na Febru-
ari 1963, el a keda nomblA Zone
Planner, cual ta su position actual
Sr. Viau a bin na Lago na Febhn-
an 1947 como tin kokki supervisorto
na Dining Hall Despues sit promo-
cion a sigut pa hefe di kokki, chef
di cushina di hospital y chef di Esso
Dining Hall. Sr. Viau actuallmente ta
hefe di cushina di hospital El tin
over di diez-siete anja di service. Sr
Viau lo laga Lago Juli 1 pa sigut
ariba pension mas despues.

Oloshi di Oro Presenta

Na Empleado di Lago
Diesdos empleado a dienta den e
fila di empleadonan cu bint-cinco an-
Ja di seivicio e luna aki, E ceiemo-
nianan reconoclendo nan empleo du-
rante un cuarto siglo a worde teni
den Centro di Recepcion Mel 6 Di-
iector di Lago F W. Switzer a pre-
senta e oloshinan
E cantidad di personanan cu a ir-
cibi oloshi di oro di Lago awor a
aumenta te na 1436
Esnan honra na e ceremonia ta-
bata M van der Linde y P Geer-
man di Seccion di Metal di Depto
Tecnico; T Rombley. A. C. Cloes y
E N. Rosario di Building Services.
y J H. Leysnei y M Reyes di
Equipment Section
Dr Process Depaitment su divi-
sion di Clacking & Light Ends ta-
batin present H. Donk, W. P
Eagan y M. W. van Bochove. R C.
Oduber tabata piesente for di Depto.
di Marina y B. Vis di Depto Tecnico


General Services Division

Combines Service Groups

Of Executive, Comptroller
Service divisions of Comptroller s
and Executive Office together with
Piinting and Forms Design Group
have been consolidated into a Gen-
eral Services Division James Lam-
bert has been designated head of the
new division. The change regioups
about fifty persons inr, four job
pel formance area;
Specifically, the new grouping.A
and their responsibilities are' Exe-
cutive Setvices-executive secret ie.
and some administrative functions;
Office Se vices
all secretarial, ste-
nographic, statis-
tical typists and
library services in
the General Office
Building; Mail,
Cable and File
Services post
office, inter- efinm-
ery and GOB mail
distribution ser- .: i
vice, cable office
J. Lambert
and central files
for all the GOB colpoiate and finan-
cial files, and Printing andl Flnrli
Design
Mr. Lambelt was employed by
Lago in June, 1938, as a stenogiaph-
ei in the Techna al Depairtment. In
' his early employ, lie also served a
short time in Accounting. P omno-
tions followed to intei medate cleik
I. senior cleik II and in 1947, he was
named supervisor in Execltive. Mi.
Lambeit has mole than twenty-five
years of consecutive Lago service

Gruponan di Servicio di

Executive, Comptrollers

Combina den un Division
Divisionnan di selvicio di Comp-
troller's y Executive Office hunto cu
grupo di Pinating & Forms Design a
ser consolida den un General Serv-
ices Division James Lambelt a set
design como e liele di e division
nobo E cambio ta Iegl ina (omo cin-
cuenta persona den cuatio lipgarnian
di tLabao.
Mas specific, e glli p.nain noibi v
nan iesponsabilidanan t v -
nan ehecutivo secietai anan cihe-
cutivo y algun funclon admilnlstl l-
tivo, SeivilIcnan di Oficina ti a-
bao di seuretal la. stenogiafito, type-
mento statistics y seivr io di libie-
nra den Oficina Mayor : Sel vilcio d
Post. Cable y Arthivos Postkan-
toor, distrhibuion di post den oeflne-
lia y den Oficlna Gl antii; oficina di
telegram y ofilina central di alchi-
vos pa archives di cot poi action y fi-
nanclero di Oficina Grandi; y Punt-
ing & Forms Design
Sr. Lambert tabalta emplea n
Laigo na Juni 1938 irini, 'in Steno-
grlaphe- den Depto Teerni, Na pIin-
lpo, di si emplen t ,tnib" "'I p' tiah;a
pa tin corto tenirjp na Acc. intinli El
a haya plunoocion pa Inte mediate
Clerk I. Senior Cle k II y na 1947 el
a ser nombia supervisor 1n Exe(cu-
tive. Sr Lambeit tin mas el bint-
cmnco anja di servicio conecutivo na


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


May 9, 1961


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9, 14 ARUBA ESSO NEWS
May 9,. 1964 ARUBA ESSO NEWS


MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT'S A. G. Kossuth examines results of
crushing test on newly purchased safety hats while A. Vrolijk and J.
Abrahams look on. Hats withstood 3100 pounds of pressure.
A. G. KOSSUTH di Departamento Mechanical ta examine resultadonan
di test di kibramento bao presion di e sombrenan di seguridad nobo cum-
pra, mientras A. Vrolijk y J. Abrahams ta mirando. E sombrenan a want
3100 liber di presion.


Estilo Nobo di Sombre di Seguridad

Di Lago Ta Duna 'Extra' Proteccion
E ribchinan ariba e sombrenan di seguridad nobo di Lago ta mas cu
solamente cambio di nan estilo. Nan ta duna, manera un advertencia
di un cierto cigaria di filter ta bisa, un "extra margen" di protection.
Den e reciente lote di sombrenan di seguridad nobo di Lago, e fabri-
cante pa error a inclui tres di e sombrenan di mes material pero sin e
rbchi-nan den centro Como cu til


dos tabata trahd segun e specifica-
clonnan di gobierno, e leaccion evi-
dente tabata pa "purba nan" i den
caso di e sombrenan di segulidad di
Lago, esaki ta socede sin mu a den
spiel I
Pa deteimina e difeiencia entle e
dos estilonan, st tabatin en realidad,
un test di kibiamento bao piesion a
woide haci doot di Secion di Inspec-
cion di Equipo usando tin ci usher
Tmnius-Olsen

Extra Margen
Den e piomei part di e test, tur
dos sombre ( cu nan banchi banda
paden a ser poni ariba un blokki di
palo cu figure di un cabez Foiza a
wolde aplica te ora e capa di e
sombie tabata mei duim di e blokki
di palo un punto na unda cabez
di un hende lo ta sin peliger Na e
punto aki, e piesion atiba e sonmbie
cu ribehi tabata 3100 liber, mientras
e sombie liso sin iibchi a want pre-
sion di 2500 liber. Incidentalmente,
ambos plesion ta ai'ba e milrnmo
exigencia cu ta word consideia safe
E diferencia tabata cu excuses na
Madison Avenue e "extra margen"
di seguridad cu e tipo di sombre cu
Iibchi ta duna.


Fuela di e tiemendo presion cu
ambos sombre por a want, dos ca-
lidadnan interesante di e sombrenan
nobo di policarbonato a ser reveled.
Pa di piomer, aunque cu e sombre-
nan tabata severamente machicA
door di e peso y forza aplicA, e ma-
terial no a skeer, krak of desaroya
fayonan cu por word noted. En rea-
lidad. despues cu e sombienan a ke-
da completamente doblA durante un
parti di e testmento. y e presion a
woide kita despues, e rand a bolbe
back pa su foi ma original.
Di dos, e gleufnan den c capa, den
cual e banchi di sombre ta instalA,
no a kibra, ni e banchman mes no a
kibra nl tampoco a munstra debilita
den ningun foima. Esaki ta uno di e
aspectonan mas critic di sombrenan
di segurldad, pasobra ta e banchi ta
tene e material di e sombre un dis-
tancia for di e cabez Ta centre e
mater al di e sombre y e banchi di e
Ssombre cu e presionnan ta word
want
Remarcanan door di esnan cu a
haci e test a eulogia e sombrenan
nobo di Lago como "flexible y fuer-
te, elastico y en general como un
product excelente pa usa como som-
bre di seguridad."


Ocho Estudiante


(Contn1tua di paginht 1)
mes necesidadnan y esnan di comuni-
dad, Lago ta duna ayudo financier
na hobennan cu capacidad y cu ta
prepared cu yudanza di e Scholarship
Foundation y ayudo director di com-
pania.
Un otro asistencia pa logra ob-
hetivonan di education di empleado-
nan di Lago ta e anuncio di un alu-
sencia cu peimiso pa studio. Un
otro esfuerzo pa encurasha studio
umversitario ta e program special
den matematica cu ta ser duna pa
diesdos empleadonan. E hombernan
aki ta blni hunto tires bez pa siman
di 2 te 4 p.m y ta tuma un studio
duro di matematica pa prepare nan
pa drenta universidadnan di Estados
Unidos na September.
Sciencia Y Matematica
Estudiantenan di schoolnan di
Aruba, particularmente esnan cu ta
sigui cursonan di sciencia y matema-
tica na HBS, ta entire c frevuente
bishitantenan di Lago. E necesidad
pa training di universidad ta setr
describe na nan den forma di opera-
cion di refinacion y equiponan com-
plejo. E esfuerzonan aki, y e ocho
hobennan na Instituto di West Vir-
ginia, ta e accionnan berdadero cu
ta munstra Lago su deseo pa pro-
move education universitario.
Den nan promer anja di engimeria
quimica awor ta Sr. Noguera, Sr. de


Cuba, Sr. Picus, Sr Kock y Sr.
Young. Estudiante quimico di segun-
do anja ta Sr. Farro. Tambe den su
segundo anja ta Sr. Hoo. El ta stu-
diando quimica. Sr. Martinus, kende
ta den su di cuatro anja. ta studian-
do engineria mechanical.
Nan tur tin un historic interesante
di experlencia y training. Sr. No-
guera, ylu homber di A. Noguera di
Depto Mechanical, Sr. Picus, Sr.
Martlnus, Sr. Farro y Sr. Young tur
ta estudiantenan giaduado di School
di Ofishi di Lago Sr. Young, kende
tin cuatro yiu, a complete estudio-
nan di correspondencia na Universi-
dad di California y Universidad di
Wisconsin.
Sr. de Cuba ta un estudiante cu a
gradua di St. Dominicus College y
na UTS na Eindhoven. Estudionan
na Holanda tambe a ser completA
door di Sr. Hoo na e School di Ana-
lista Quimico di Rotterdam, y door
di Sr. Kock na UTS di Nijmegen. E
dosnan ta estudiantenan cu diploma
di MULO A y ATS, respectivamente.
Sr. Hoo ta ruman homber di A. A.
Hoo dl Depto. Tecnico, un graduado
di Illinois Institute of Technology na
Chicago, kende a ricibi yudanza pa
su education na colegio di Lago
Scholarship Foundation.
Promer di a bai pa West Virginia,
tur ocho tabata empleA, sea den
Departamento Tecnico of Departa-
mento Mechanical,


Lago Safety Hats Provide 'Extra Margin'
The iibs across the top of Lago's In the first part of the test, each the new polycarbonate hats were re-
new safety hats are more than a hat (with head band) was placed on vealed.
mere departure in style They pro- a wooden block resembling the First of all, though the hats were
vide, as a certain filter cigarette crown of a head. Foice was applied severely deformed by the applied
commercial puts it, an "extra mar- until the crown of the hat was with- loads, the material did not tear,
gn." in a half-inch of the wooden block crack or develop noticeable flaws. In
In the recent shipment of the new a point at which a man would have fact, after the hats had been com-
Lago safety hats, the supplier mis- been safe. At this point, pressure on pletely collapsed, at one point during
takenly included three hats of iden- the ribbed hat was 3100 pounds while the testing, and the pressure remov-
tical material but without the rib the plain-crown hats withstood pres- ed, the brim snapped back into shape.
across the center. Since they were suie to 2500 pounds. Both figures, Secondly, the slots inside the
both constructed to the same federal incidentally, are in excess of the mi- crown, to which the hat bands are
specifications, the obvious reaction nmum requirements considered safe. fitted, didn't break, nor did the
was to "try them on" in the case The difference was with apologies bands themselves break or appear
of Lago safety hats it is done strict- to Madison Avenue the "extra weakened in any way. This is one
ly without mirrors). margin" of safety afforded by the of the most critical aspects of safety
To determine the difference be- rib type hat. hats, since it keeps the hat material
tween the two styles, if any did Aside from the tremendous pres- away from the head. It is between
exist, a crushing test was made on sure both hats were able to with- the hat material and the hat band
the Tinus-Olsen crusher, stand, two interesting qualities of that pressures are absorbed.


NEW LAGO safety hats came through a recent crush- SOMBRENAN DI seguridad nobo di Lago a pasa an
ing test with flying colors. Even when hats were col- test reciente di kibramento bao presion cu masha bon
lapsed to a two-inch width, the head bands didn't exito. Hasta ora e sombrenan a ser dobli te na dos
break, nor did the material crack, duim diki, e banchinan paden no a kibra.


Fahanan Ta Ser Instala

Den Binti Auto Autoriza

Pa Laga Terreno di Lago
Fahanan di sienta ta ser install
actualmente den tur vehiculonan
di Lago cu ta usa caminanan pu-
blico di Aruba regularmente. E pa-
so aki, cu ta envolve binti auto, lo
ser aplica segun e autonan ta bini
pa seivicio regular. Ta ser spera cu
den on poco siman tur e autonan cu
ta bini den consideration lo tin un
faha install den nan.
Splicando e adicion na e program
di seguridad di Lago, e vocero di
Division di Seguridad M Croes a
accentud cu a ser probd cu faha di
sienta a scapa hopi bida y cu hopi
otronan por a ser salba si e fahanan
a ser usa.
Dunando un splicacion mas speci-
fico di e function di e faha di sienta,
Sr. Croes a munstra cu den caso di
boksmento, e faha ta evita cu e
chauffeur ta ser bentA contra e
windshield of contra otro obhetonan
duro, of di set saka afor di e auto
si el ta habri ariba. Den e ultimo
caso, Sr. Croes a nota cu hopi bez
un persona ta ser saka sin haya
ningun desgiacia durante e boks-
mento pero ta ser herida door di e
caida ariba tera.
Sr. Croes a conta cu un indication
sano di e efectividad di e fahanan di
sienta ta refleha door di e hecho cu
hopi autonan nobo di awendia tin e
fahanan como un pieza basic.
El a menciona un studio di des-
gracianan di auto haci door di dos
cirujano di Denver, Colorado. Loke
nan a descubri ta indica cu e chens
pa keda sin perde bida of haya des-
gracia serio for di un accident di
auto ta cuarenta te sesenta porciento
mas tanto ora tin fahanan di sienta.
Segun Sr. Croes, e unico problema
cu e fahanan ta cu no tin garantia
cu e chauffeur lo bisti nan. Mayoria
chauffeurnan cu tin faha lo marra
nan pa un viahe, pero nan lo no
tuma tempo pa haci esey si nan ta
bai na un lugar hopi cerca.
"Hopi bez nan ta lubida cu den un
boksmento e impact ta e multiple
di e dos velocidadnan. Por ehempel,
si cada auto ta bai na binti milja pa
ora, e impact ta igual cu ora dal
contra un muraya di piedra na ve-
locidad di 40 milja pa ora."


Seat Belts Being Installed in Vehicles


Authorized To Leave Lago Concession
Seat belts are currently being installed in all Lago vehicles that
regularly use Aruba's public roads. The action, which involves twenty
vehicles is being accomplished as the vehicles are brought in for reg-
ular service. It is expected that in a few weeks all the effected auto-
mobiles will have belts installed.
Explaining the adjunct to the Lago
safety program, Safety Division as basic equipment. He cited a study
spokesman M. Croes emphasized that of automobile injuries made by two
it has been proven that seat belts Denver, Colorado, surgeons. Their
have saved many lives and that many findings indicated that the chances
other lives might have been saved of coming out of an automobile ac-
had seat belts been used. cident without loss of life or sus-
Further explaining the specific training a serious injury is better by
function of the safety belt, Mr. Croes forty to sixty per cent with belts.
pointed out that in case of a col- According to Mr. Croes, the only
lision, the belt prevents the driver problem with the belts is that there
from being thrown against the wind- is no guarantee the driver will put
shield or other hard objects, or be- them on. Most drivers with belts
ing thrown from the car if it is an will buckle up for a trip from San
open one. In the latter case, Mr. Nicolas to Oranjestad, but will not
Croes noted that many times a per- take the time if they are going a
son is thrown uninjured from the car few streets away.
during a collision and is injured by "Many times they forget that in a
the impact with the ground. collision the impact is the multiple
Mr. Croes related that a sound in- of the two speeds. So, if each is go-
dication of the effectiveness of seat ing twenty miles an hour, the im-
belts is reflected by the fact that pact is similar to running into a
many new cars today have the belts stone wall at forty miles an hour."


LAGO MEDICAL Director, Dr. G. G. Hendrickson, demonstrates first
pair of seat belts installed in a company vehicle. All company vehicles
regularly used on public roads will have seat belts installed.
DIRECTOR MEDICO di Lago, Dr. G. G. Hendrickson, ta demonstra e pro-
mer paar di faha di sienta install den un vehiculo di compania. E faha-
nan lo worde install den tur vehiculo segun nan ta bini pa servicio.


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Eight Students of Colegio Arubano Spend Day at Lago M

Seeing, Hearing, and Learning about Technical Processes 1 1I ti


Eight youthful students, to
whom the world is a wonder of
scientific discoveries supported by
mathematical calculations, visited
Lago the other day. It was an all
day tour one that was not
rushed. Young minds were allowed
ample time to question and to ab-
sorb the wealth of information gi-
ven to them about Lago processes.
This was the purpose of the visit;
this was the desire of their teacher
and the Lago personnel involved.
The students who visited Lago
April 15 were Henny Denessen,
Glenda Eman, Richard Mercera,
Johnie de Cuba, Henk Tonk, Al-
bert Bruin, Gerrit Smit and Ng
Wah Sing. All are in their final
year of science-mathematics study
at Colegio Arubano. Their chem-
istry teacher, who helped arrange
the day at Lago, is J. G. M. Schenk.
Lago has a need for young Aru-
bans with university degrees in


STUDENT HENNY Denessen ques-
tions her teacher, J. M. Schenk,
during Colegio Arubano tour.
ESTUDIANTE HENNY Denessen
ta haci un pregunta na su maestro
J. M. Schenk durante e bishita di
Colegio Arubano na Lago.


engineering, chemistry, accounting
and other professional fields. To
interest youths who have followed
the HBS science-mathematics cur-
riculum in preparation for univer-
sity technical study, Lago offers
financial and physical incentives.
Encouragement is offered in the
form of tours of Lago in which
the student comes in contact with
the engineered properties and the
chemical changes that are primary
to a refinery. The student is able,
as were the eight recent visitors,
to see the application of many of
the processes that previously had
been, in the main, textbook the-
ory. It is hoped that the Lago visit
will arouse interest enough to send
students on to university study.
School Tours
This is not the first time science-
mathematics students have been
conducted on special tours of Lago.
Students of Colegio Arubano, as
an example, have visited Lago be-
fore. Previously, the tours were
half-day. This was not long enough
to accomplish the learning hoped
for by HBS teacher J. G. M.
Schenk. He requested longer and
more explicit explanations at lo-
cations where refining or chemical
functions could be tied in directly
to the students' classroom instruc-
tion. This is not a sightseeing tour.
It is a tour designed to instruct
and to encourage continued study
in the sciences.
An all day tour was arranged.
Lago and its Public Relations De-
partment in conjunction with the
Technical and Process Depart-
ments are willing and eager to ac-
commodate the desires of teachers
and students to see and hear about
the Lago operation.
In the morning, the Colegio Aru-
bano students and their teacher
visited the Technical-Laboratories.
Felix Croes, chemist, explained


many of the laboratory functions.
Among the subjects discussed by
Mr. Felix were the operation of the
automatic distillation example and
the function of the flash test room.
In the afternoon, they visited the
Catalytic Cracking and Combina-
tion Units and the Acid and Edele-
anu Plant. The operation of the
cracking complex was described by
M. Smit. He pointed out the func-
tions of the instruments in the
control houses, and described the
changes that take place when heat
and pressure are introduced in the
processing of crude oil. Shift Fore-
man J. L. Hassel explained the
Acid and Edeleanu processes.
Box lunches were served at the
Reception Center halfway through
the day. The students' guide
through the refinery was Tour
Leader Severiano Luydens.


EIGHT STUDENTS and chemistry teacher of HBS Colegio Arubano
toured Lago April 15. It was an extensive, all day tour that introduced
Lago's technical side to students who are concentrating on science.
OCHO ESTUDIANTE y maestro di quimica di HBS Colegio Arubano a
haci un bishita na Lago April 15. Esaki tabata un paseo extensive di hen-
ter dia cual a introduce e banda tecnico di Lago na estudiantenan cu ta
concentrando ariba studio scientific.


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THE OPERATION of the Catalytic Cracking Unit was explained by M.
Smit. Descriptions of the Cat Plant's structure and design were given in
the control room as well as outside where the students could observe the
unit's complexity and size.
E OPERACION di e Catalytic Cracking Unit a worde splice pa 5M. Smit.
Information tocante e structure y fabrication di e Catplant a worde duna
den control room y pafor caminda, estudiantenan por a observa di e unit.


MOMENTS OF relaxation in the students' busy day came during a coffee
break at the Technical Laboratories, right, and during lunch at the Recep-
tion Center. Each student was given a box lunch during the noon recess.
MOMENTONAN DI sosiego durante un "cofee break" den Technical Lab-
oratories derecho, y den Reception Center. Cada estudiante a recibi un
"lunch box" robez, durante e sosiego di merdia.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


May 9. 1964










ARITBA ESSO NEWS


NEW LAGO Sport Park water tank is expected to reduce considerably the chronic dust pro-
blem. Tank holds 9000 gallons and can discharge twenty to twenty-five gallons a minute.
Tank was completed April 13.


TANKI DI awa nobo na Lago Sport Park ta ser spera
ablemente. E tanki ta contene 9000 galon y por pomp


di reduci e problema di stof consider-
e awa na razon di 20 te 25 galon pa


Ta Ser Spera cu Tanki di A wa di 9000

Galon Lo Soluciona Problema di LSP Stof
Un tanki di awa di 9000 galon y facilidad di pomp a ser poni na ser-
vicio na Lago Sport Park y ta ser spera cu e disponibilidad di awa lo
trece un solution pa e problema cronico di stof. E facilidad nobo tabata
motibo di hopi comentario favorable durante e reciente olimpiada.
Trabao inicial ariba e combination di tanki y poos a ser principiA Nov.
1 y e facilidad ta na operacion desde


Jersey Oficialmente Ta

Habri Refineria di 26,000

Baril pa Dia na Kingston
Ariba 18 di Maart, Standard Oil
Company (New Jersey) oficialmente
a habri su compania afiliado na Ja-
maica, Esso West Indies Ltd Costo
di e iefinella nobo tabata mas cui
binti-cuater million florin El tin tin
pioduccion diano di 26,000( bhal
E personal principal na e lefineria
di Kingston ta George F. Eustis, ge-
iente di refinei a; G. L Lorenson,
superintendent di process; J. E. Me
Govney, superintendent mechanical,
y Vivian G Magnus, consehero pa
relaciones cu empleadonan.
Ta set calcula cu Jamaica lo tin
master di sesenta porciento di e pro-
duccion di e refineria. E resto lo ser
export.
Den constiuccion di e refineria,
Arthur G McKee and Co., e mes
compania di construction cu ta en-
carga cu e proyecto di Cat Plant y
LEAR-2. tabatin como nan obhetivo
primario "econonlia di operation".
Alguno di e puntonan principal y
mas important di e disenjo cu a
contribui pa economic den e refine-
ria aki ta e complete integration di
tur pasonan di process den un uni-
dad y e uso extensive di integration
di "heat exchange."
E sitio complete di e plant ta un
lugar yena cu santo di lama draga
for di Haaf di Kingston. E proyecto
di ieclamacion di tera tabata, den
hopi forma, similar cu e construc-
cion di hopi di e lugainan di Earca-
dera na Aruba E instalacion di e
plant ta masha compact y till fa-
cilidadnan di process ta ser opera
for di un solo sala di control. Uso
extenso ta ser haci di mezclamento
"paden di linja" di productonan re-
find, incluyendo asfalt. Tur pompnan
di normal operation ta electric, ope-
ri cu motor, permitiendo uso di ge-
neradornan simple cu ta ser operA
cu steam na presion abao. Corriente
ta ser cumprd di un compania local
di electricidad.

NEW ARRIVALS
April 10
MAI)URO. Hipolito Acid & EdeL.: A
.oin. Daniel Antonio
April 11
Z/EMLA. Walter .1. TD Pioc.: A dlaugh-
FI, Flln rudei
April 12
'rTIMON. iotilulfo E. Rec. & Ship.: A
April 13
IANbl:N Hiinio LOF: A daughter,
Queeny Jianyne
April 14
IASMIJN. Casper U. Comptrollers: A
lau.chper. Llr n
April 15
IIRASMIJN. Rolierto Acid & Edel.: A
daughter
I)eMEY. Vnanclo E. Pipe: A daughter
April 16
CROES. Sixto F. Marlne: A son, Bene-
dicto Erik
April 17
LAKIE, Abraham A Storehouse, A son,
Perry Silvano
WINTF.RDAAL. Luiano Yard- A danuh-
Irr. Varida Maria


April 15. Un total di 1837 ora di
trabao a worde traha ariba e trabao,
peio ainda a keda e trabao di co-
necta hosenan na e tanki. Pa lo
pionto un truck di awa yend na LSP
ta set usA pa muha e veld.
Pa obtene awa pa e tank, un poos
di sesenta pua a ser cobA y un tubo
di cuatro dulm a ser manda abao.
Un linja di dos duim pa pomp awa a
wvorde manda den e tubo. Un pomp
ta saka e awa for di e poos y ta
mande den e tanki y un otro pomp
ta manda e awa pa un tubo di des-
caiga y pa cualkier hose cu por
word conecta na e linja. Hose lo
worde usA pa muha e veld.
Hopi di e operation di e tanki ta
automatic. Ora e awa den e tanki
baha bao cierto nivel, e pomp ta
start automatic, ta yena e tanki y
despues ta stop. E pomp ta tuma
cinco ora pa yena e tank completa-
mente Awa por see' gepomp for di e
tanki na razon di binti pa binti-
cinco galon pa minuut
Promer cu a traha e tankl, muha-
mento di veld di Lago Sport Park
tabatin mester di trucknan di awa
pa transport awa for di Lago pa
Sport Park. Pa esaki varios viahe
mester a worde haci y esey tabata
costoso. Te ora e coneccionnan di
hose worde haci, e trucknan lo sigui
cu e trabao di muhamento, pero nan
lo haya awa den Sport Park mes.
E facilidad nobo pa muha terreno lo
yuda reduci e stof remolinante cu ta
causa danjamento di material y
equipo. Costo di mantenecion lo ser
reduci y tambe e anterior costo en-
volvi pa trata di tene e veld muha.

Premio Inicial di F. 1900

Tin Tercer Lugar den CYI

Kelly Sugeridor di Luna
Higinio A. Kelly, un tecnico den
laboratorio di Departamento Tecnico,
a ricibi di tires premio inicial mas
halto di Coin-Your-Ideas den histo-
na di Lago di dos mas halto door
di un empleado di staff y a ser
selectA como e sugeridor-di-luna pa
April.
Sr. Kelly a ricibi Fls. 1900, loke
automaticamente ta haciele un can-
didato pa un premio capital otro an-
ja. E premio inicial mas halto di
FIs. 5000 tabata duna na C. F. Bond
na 1952, y D. W. Marques a ricibi
Fls. 2,085 na 1962. Sr. Kelly su pre-
mio ta surpass e premio di Fls. 1890
di P. Storey na 1962 cu Fls. 10.
E idea cu a gana e honornan pa
Sr. Kelly ta elimina e necesidad pa
laba e "stripper bottoms coolers" na
ISAR. E cooler-nan tabatin mester
di ser cambid un pa otro continua-
mente pa limpia nan tur dia. Benefi-
cionan for di e idea ta menos ora di
trabao necesario pa limpia e plant
y extra production di butano cu ta
possible pa motibo di menos tempo pa
limpia e plant.


I COLEGIO ARUBANO I
(Contnlua di pagino 4)
pa e dia na Lago, ta J. G. M. Schenk.
Lago tin necesidad di Arubanonan
hoben cu diploma di universidad den
enginiera, quimico, accounting y
otro terrenonan professional. Pa sti-
mula interest den e hobennan, kende
ta sigui e plan di studios den scien-
cia y matematico di HBS en prepa-
racion tecnico universitario, Lago ta
ofrece ayudo financier y material.
Nan ta ser encurashA den form di
bishita na Lago durante cual e es-
tudiante ta bini en contact cu e
obranan di enginieria y cambionan
quimico cu ta principal den un refi-
neria. E estudiante por mira, manera
e ocho recien bishitantenan, e apli-
cacion di hopi di e procesonan cu
anteriormente tabata principalmente
teoria di boeki pa nan. Ta ser spera
cu e bishita di Lago lo lamta bas-
tante interest pa manda estudiante-
nan sigui un studio universitario.
Esaki no ta e promer biaha cu es-
tudiantenan di sciencia y matema-
tico a ser hiba ariba un paseo spe-
cial na Lago. Estudiantenan di Co-
legio Arubano, pa duna un ehempel,
a yega di bishita Lago caba. An-
teriormente, e bishitanan tabata pa
mitar dia sol. Esaki no tabata bas-
tante largo pa logra e enseyanza cu
Maestro di HBS J. G. M. Schenk ta-
bata spera. El a pidi splicacionnan
mas extensive y specific na lugar-
nan na unda trabao di lefinacion y
quimico por a ser treci den relacion
director cu e instruction na e estudi-
antenan den klas. Esaki no ta un
bishita pa mira paisahenan interes-
ante. E ta un bishita design pa in-
strui y encurashA studio mas avan-
za den sciencia.
Un bishita pa henter dia a ser ar-
regla. Lago y su Departamento di
Relaciones Publico en combination cu
Departamentonan di Process y Tec-
nico ta dispuesto y ansioso pa cum-
pli cu e deseonan di maestronan y
estudiantenan pa mira y tende to-
cante operation di Lago.
Den oranan di mainta, e estudian-
tenan di Colegio Arubano y nan
maestro a bishita Laboratononan di
Depto. Tecnico. Felix Croes, un qui-
mico, a splica hopi di e trabaonan
den laboratorio. Den atardi, nan a
bishita e Unidad di Catalytic Crack-


9000-Gallon Water Tank Expected

To Solve Sport Park Dust Problem


A 9000-gallon water tank and pi
vice at the Lago Sport Park, and i
ability to water will provide a so
The new facility was cause for m
recent olympiads.
Initial work on the combination
tank and well was begun Nov. 1,
and the unit has been operational
since April 15. A total of 1837 man-
hours were spent on the job, but
there still remains the task of con-
necting hoses to the tank. Presently
a water truck filled at the LSP is
used to water the field.
To obtain water for the tank, a
sixty-foot well was drilled, and a
four-inch sleeve was placed down
the shaft. A two-inch suction line
was placed in the sleeve. A pump
sucks the water from the well into
the tank and another pump moves
it to the discharge line and any
hose which might be connected to
that line. Hoses will be used to
water the field.
Much of the tank operation is
automatic. When the water in the
tank gets below a certain level, the
pump starts up, fills the tank and
then shuts off. It takes fives hours
to fill the tank completely. Water
can be pumped from the tank at the
rate of twenty to twenty-five gal-
lons a minute.
Before construction of the tank,
the watering operation at the Lago
Sport Park required water trucks to
transport water from Lago to the
Park. This necessitated several trips
and was expensive. Until the hose
connections are made, the trucks
will continue the watering task, but
they can be filled right on the spot.
The new watering facility will
help reduce swirling dust which con-
tributes to equipment deterioration.
Maintenance costs will be reduced as
will the former costs involved in at-
tempting to keep the field moist.


ing y Combination Unit y Acid &
Edeleanu Plant. E operation di e
plant complejo di Cracking a ser
describe door di M. Smit. Shift Fore-
man J. L. Hassell a splica e proceso-
nan di Acid & Edeleanu Plant.


ump facility has been placed in ser-
t is anticipated that the easy acces-
lution to the chronic dust problem.
uch favorable comment during the



Jersey Officially Opens

26,000-Barrel Refinery

In Kingston, Jamaica
On March 18, Standard Oil Com-
pany (New Jersey) officially opened
its Jamaica affiliate, Esso West In-
dies Ltd. Cost of the new refinery
was more than twenty-four million
guilders. It has a daily throughput
of 26,000 barrels.
Key personnel at the Kingston re-
finery are George F. Eustis, refinery
manager; G. L. Lorencon, process su-
perintendent; J. E. McGov:::y, mech-
anical superintendent, and Vivian G.
Magnus, employee relations advisor.
It is estimated that Jamaica will
require some sixty per cent of the
refinery's output. The balance will
be exported.
In constructing the refinery, Ar-
thur G. McKee and Co., the same
construction company charged with
the Cat Plant and LEAR-2 project,
had as a prime objective "operating
economy." Some of the more impor-
tant design features which contri-
bute to economy in this refinery are
the complete integration of all pro-
cessing steps into one unit and the
extensive use of heat exchange in-
tegration.
The entire plant site is sand-fill
dredged from Kingston Harbor. The
reclamation project was, in many
ways, similar to the building of
much of the Barcadera area in Aru-
ba. Arrangement of the plant is very
compact and all processing facilities
are operated from a single control
house. Extensive use is made of "in-
line" blending of finished products,
including asphalts. All normally
operating pumps are electric, motor-
driven, permitting use of simple, low
pressure steam generators. Electric
power is purchased from the local
utility company.


THE ANCIENT art of judo attracted numerous partici- E ARTE antiguo di judo a trae cantidad di partici-
pants from both Aruba and Curacao to a competition pantenan ambos di Aruba y Curacao pa un competi-
at the Lago Sport Park, held April 25. cion na Lago Sport Park.


minuut. E tanki a keda complete April 15.


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b ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Seroe Colorado Athletes Repeat

As Intercollegiate Champions
Amassing ninety points in ten events, Seroe Col: cado
High School successfully defended its title as wi-ner of
the annual Lago Sport Park Intercollegiate Olympiad.
President John F. Kennedy School was second with
twenty-three points, and St. Augustinus was third with
fourteen points.
Three records were set this year in shot put. broad
jump and the 440-yard relay. W. P. Eagan, Jr., Seroe
Colorado, established a new shot put mark of thirty-
seven feet, eleven and three-quarter inches. Former mark
was thirty-seven feet, one inch. P. Halman of St. Augus-
tinus set a broad jump record of eighteen feet, eleven
inches, shattering the previous record of seventeen feet.
three and one-half inches. The Seroe Colorado team's
time of fifty and five-tenth seconds for the 440-yard relay
bested the previous mark by two and three-tenth seconds.
All first, second and third place finishers received
medals and the winning team was awarded a plaque.
Fifty-nine participants entered the events.

Seroe Colorado Atleticonan Atrobe

Campeonan Inter-Colegial
Acumulando nobenta punto den diez event, High School
di Seroe Colorado cu exito a defended su titulo como gana-
dor di e Olimpiada Inter-Colegial annual di Lago Sport
Park. President John F. Kennedy School tabata di segun-
do cu binti-tres punto, y St. Augustinus College tabata di
tres cu diescuater punto.
Tres record a keda establcci e anja aki den lanzamento
di bola di hero, bulamento leuw y e carreda estafette di
440 yarda. W. P. Eagan Jr., di Seroe Colorado, a establece
un marca nobo pa lanzamento di bola di hero di trinta y
siete pia, diezun y tres cuarto duim. E anterior record
tabata trinta y siete pia, un duim. P. Halman di St.
Augustinus College a registra un record den bulamento
leuw di diesocho pia, diezun duim, derrotando e anterior
record di diessiete pia tres duim y mei.


FIELD BREAKS away from mark for 440-yard event during Lago Sport Park
Intercollegiate Olympiad. Fifty-nine schoolboys participated.
PISTA DI carreda La habri pa carreda di 440 yarda durante Olimpiada Inter-
Colegial na Lago Sport Park. Cincuenta y nuebe much di school a participa.


1964


INTERCOLLEGIATE


OLYMPIAD


LAGO COACH J. 3. Downey, right,
and teammate John Monroe, congra-
tulate Bob Holcolmh after his race.
COACH DI Lago J. 3. Downe),
drechi, y miembro di su team John
Monroe, ta felicita Bob Holcolmb.


TWO DISTINCT high jump styles afforded glimpses of athletic versatility among
participants in the Intercollegiate Olympiad.
DOS ESTILO distinto di bulamento halto ta present vista di versatilidad alle-
tico entire participantenan den e Olimpiada Inter-Colegial. Tus esnan cu a terminal
den promer, segundo y tercer lugar a ricibi medalja y e team ganador a ricihi in
plaquete. Cincuenta y nuebe participate den e olympiad.


ONE OF the oldest among olympic
events is the javelin which requires
keenness of coordination.
[UN) DI e eventonan mas hienwi en-
Ire e jueganan olimpico ta lanza-
mnento di speer, cual ta requeri iun
bon coordination.


COMPETITIVE SPIRIT and effort put forth by olympiad participants
is evident in the enthusiasm that marked all their efforts. Events also
served as showcases for the youth's good sportsmanship.


ESPIRITO COMPETITIVO y esfuerzo demonstral door di participante-
nan den e olimpiada ta evidence door di entusiasmo. E eventonan tamhe
a sirbi como evidencia di e bon sportividad di e hobennan.


LAGO SPORT Park Board Member
M. Keyes presents winning team
plaque to %V. Eagan and I. Ilolcolmh.
31IE.MBRO DI Directiva di Lago
Sport Park 3M. Reyes ta piesenta un
plaquete na e team cjanador.


May 9, 1964