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Title: Aruba Esso news
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Language: English
Creator: Lago Oil and Transport Company, Ltd
Publisher: Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
Place of Publication: Aruba Netherlands Antilles
Creation Date: June 20, 1964
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VOL. 25, No. 12


Ceremonia pa Boton di
Trinta Anja Ta Honra Tres;

Halman, Sambre, Byington
Tres bomber a drenta fila di em-
pleadonan cu trinta anja di serviclo
na Lago Juni 10 E servicio presta
door di Emil M Sambre y Dennis E
Halman di Depaitamento Mechanical
y Edward Byington Jr. di Departa-
mento di Relacion Publico a ser re-
conoOi na ceremonianan special bao
presidencia di Vice Piesident R. E
Nystrom
Sr Nystrom a yama e tires emplea-
donan bonbini y a felicita nan ariba
nan tires decenia di selviclo cu conm-
pania. Den su remarcas di felicita-
cion, el a refei na e importancia di
experencia y e valoi cu hende per
tin pa tn empiesa El a menciona e
tres empleadonan honri como ehem-
pel di hombeinan kende a contribum
na blenestar general di compania.
R. E Boyack, geiente interino di
Departamento Mechanical, a duna un
relato di servicio di Sr. Sambre y Sr.
Halman. Sr. Sambre, un Carpinter A
den Building and Services a pasa
mayoria di su anjanan na Lago den
Seccion di Carpinter. El a cununza
na anja 1933 como un Tradesman
cuarta clase den Seccion di Carpinter
Despues el a haya promocion den c
categoranan di carpinter pa su cla-
sificacion actual. Sr. Boyack a bisa
cu Sr. Sambre ta un empleado co-
operativo y di confianza. Su hobby
ta inclu tocamento di guitarra y
competition di domino Sr. Sambre a
declare cu el ta masha satisfecho cu
su servicio y cu "el ta aprecia e
oportundad duna na dje pa traha pa
Lago."
Sr Halman su carera na Lago a
cuminza na Januari 1931, como un
peon. El a traha tambe den Departa-
mento di Polis di Lago, y mientras
aya el a pldi cambio pa Seccion di
Instrument den Depto Mechanical
aunque esey tabata mfica un rebaha
di sueldo Sinembargo, Sr. Halman
(Continua na pagina 2)

Gold Watches Presented

To Nine for Twenty-Five

Years of Lago Service
Nine employees were presented
gold watches June 1, as part of cere-
monies celebrating twenty-five years
of Lago service Comprising the em-
ployee group were four Process De-
partment employees, two Mechanical
Department men, and one each from
Technical, Marine and Lago Police
Departments.
The presentations were made by
Director F. W. Switzer to G. J. Busby
of Receiving and Shipping, J. E.
Benschop of Light Oils Finishing,
and C. G Semeleer and T. F. Kelly,
both of Cracking and Light Ends.
From Mechanical were F. Dirksz
and A. E. Doest of Building and
Services. The three other recipients
were W. F. Ratcliff of Economics
and Planning, H. J. Turner of Float-
ing Equipment and J V. van Stralen
of the LPD.


Broadway Goes Latin
Guest Stars Announced
"Broadway Goes Latin," Lago's
Thursday evening television show,
will feature Haydee, the Mambo
Aces and the Van Dorn Sisters
the next two weeks. With Edmun-
do Ros and his orchestra as host
entertainers, the June 25 show
will present Haydee and the Mam-
bo Aces doing selections from
"The Continental" and "Love Is
a Many Splendored Thing." The
Van Dorn Sisters will be featured
on the July 2 show with music
from "Shuffle Along" and "L'll
Abner." "Broadway Goes Latin"
is sponsored every Thursday even-
ing at 7:45 by Lago.


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PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.


SECOND HIGHEST initial award in Coin-Your-Ideas history, Fls. 3270,
was awarded to H. Bahlingen of Receiving and Shipping for an idea that
increases dock flexibility and utilization.
E SEGUNDO mas halto premio initial den historic di CYI, Fls. 3270, a
worde paga na H. Bahlingen di Receiving and Shipping pa un idea cual lo
aumenta flexibilidad di waaf.


GOB Will Sport Colorful

Outside Panels; Facelift

Completion Set for August
Refurbishing of the twenty-one-
year old General Office Building, a
project some two years in the works,
is expected to be completed by the
end of August The building's new
exterior will consist of gold and blue
paneling and a fresh coat of white
paint. The building's interior will be
completely painted as well.
Project engineer is W. J. van den
Heuvel, who developed and designed
the changes to the structure
The re-styling of the exterior be-
came necessary with the breaking
up, over a period of years, of the
glass blocks which lined the outside
of the GOB. Damage to the blocks
and the maintenance required on the
roof to prevent leakage spurred the
project Work on the roof was done
by contractors in 1962. The Lago
Mechanical Department is handling
all other repairs. Some forty men
are involved in the project.
The architectural insulating pan-
els, similar to the ones on the Ad-
ministration Building, are a product
of Belgium.
The replacement of the glass
blocks presented several problems.
First, there was the question of what
to put in their place. Second was the
task of exterior and interior design.
Before the Belgium Pan-O-Roc was
agreed upon, contacts for samples,
catalogs and specifications were
made with fifteen different com-
panies.
As opposed to the Administration
Building, which was constructed on
a three-foot module, and where the
walls can be moved three feet in
either direction, the walls in the
GOB are a permanent type, based
on a fifteen-foot module. Changes in
office size throughout the years,
therefore, presented a problem in de-
signing the installation of the blocks.
To make the building presentable
from the outside, the fifteen-foot
structure was adhered to, and the
building was divided into equal fra-
mes for the installation of the panels.
What this means, according to Mr.
van den Heuvel, is that not all the
windows in the offices will be in the
center as seen from the inside, but
the exterior will be uniform.
One innovation of the refurbishmg
is the installation of "Cool Vent,"
windows with a wire mesh that re-
flects heat and glare.
The bulk of the work on the
building has been proceeding on the
four to twelve shift.


Sam y Quant A Retira
Cu Sesenta y Cuatro Anja

Den Servicio di Compania
Dos empleado a retire cu pension
e luna aki cu un record di servicio
cu ta yega un total di mas cu se-
senta y cuatro anja. E dosnan, kende
a contribui hopi na e salud y biene-
star di tanto empleadonan como com-
pania, ta Nurse Mena I. R. Sam di
Departamento Medico y Luciano
Quant, dockman den Process-Rec-
eiving and Shipping.
Nurse Sam su empleo na Lago a
cuminza na Maart 1938 como un
aprendiz sirvienta den Departamento
Medico. Promocionnan sucesivo a
avanze'le pa estudiante enfermera na
December 1940. Despues el a bira un
Junior Nurse y nurse, y na Augus-
tus 1947, el a haya promocion pa
staff nurse. E promotion aki tabata
sigui door di un otro dos anja des-
pues cu a hacie'le un staff nurse I,
e position cual el tabata ocupa tem-
po cu al a laga Lago Durante su
carera, Nurse Sam a bira uno di e
nurse-nan mas mehor conoci na hos-
pital, como cu el a pasa hopi di su
tempo den servicio general y den
clinic.
Mas di trinta y ocho anja pasa,
Sr. Quant a busca empleo na Lago.
El a haya trabao na September 1925
como un Waterboy y Well Tender
ariba e wafnan. Seis anja despues, el
a haya promocion pa Wharfinger y
despues pa Tradesman tercera clase.
El a cambia pa Dry Dock na 1935
y a keda aya te 1937.


June 20, 1964


Bahlingen Earns FIs. 3270 CYI Award

For Receiving and Shipping Suggestion

Amount Is Second Highest in History of Plan;

Idea Proposes Increased Flexibility of Pier
Receiving and Shipping employee H. Bahlingen is the winner of the
second highest initial Coin-Your-Ideas award in Lago history, but it
required six months for him to take his place among the all-time
leaders. Total award was Fls. 3270. Last December, the CYI Commit-
tee adopted his suggestion to install a twenty-four-inch line at the
head of No. 3 Finger Pier. The
proposed installation greatly increas- t y
ed dock flexibility and utilization. twenty-two y ears service, Mr. Bah-
With only one receiving line, pre- ngen has submitted eleveral gained ac-s to
viously, ships at No. 3 Finger Pier the CYI program. Several gained is
could not discharge more than one ceptance. is most recent award is
grade of crude or, crude and Amuay by fa his largest
fuel, simultaneously. The installation Premio di CYI di Fs. 3270
now makes this possible..
Based on expected savings from Ta di Segundo Mas Halto;
this project, Mr. Bahlingen was eli- ao
gible for an initial award of Fls. 3270 Ganador Ta H. Bahlingen
When his idea was adopted, he re-
ceived a partial payment of Fls. 425. Empleado H. Bahlingen di Receiv-
With the installation now completed ing and Shipping ta e ganador di e
and tested, Mr. Bahlingen recently segundo premio imcial mas halto di
received his balance payment of Coin-Your-Ideas den historic di La-
Fls. 2845, officially still part of his go, pero tabatin mester di seis luna
initial award. promer cu el por a ocupa su lugar
By moving into second place entire e lidernan di tur tempo. E
among the all-time Lago leaders, premio total tabata Fls. 3270. Na
Mr. Bahlingen displaces D. W. Mar- December anja pasa, Comitd di CYI
ques, who received Fls. 2085 in 1962. a accept su idea pa instala un
Mr. Marques moves to third place, tubo di binti-cuater duim diki na
which had just been occupied last Finger Pier No. 3. E instalacion di e
month by Technical Department em- tubo aki cu el a propone a aumenta
ployee H. A. Kelly. The all-time high e flexibilidad di e dock y su utiliza-
initial award of Fls. 5000 was made cion hopi.
to C. F. Bond in 1952. Cu solamente un linja sol anterior-
A Lago employee with more than mente, e bapornan na Finger Pier
r T inin No. 3 no por a descarga mas cu un
Summer Training Program grado di cruo of crudo y combus-
For Twe One S tuents ible di Amuay a la vez. E instala-
r T enty-One Stdent cion awor ta haci esaki possible.
Will Commence June 29 Bas ariba spaarmento cu ta ser
sper, for di e proyecto, Sr. Bahlin-
Twenty-one returning university gen tabata eligible pa un premio ini-
students will begin the Summer cial di Fls. 3270. Ora e idea a ser
Training Program June 29. They will adopt, el a ricibi un pago parcial di
be assigned to eight departments Fls. 425. Awor cu e instalacion ta
during the eight-week program. complete y getest, Sr. Bahlingen re-
While engaged in activities related cientemente a ricibi e resto di e pago
to their course of study, they will di Fls. 2845, cual oficialmente ainda
receive grants-in-aid. It is the pur- ta parti di su premio initial.
pose of the summer program to as- Door di ocupa segundo lugar entire
sociate study to industrial applica- e lidernan anterior di Lago, Sr. Bah-
tion to help develop the students' lingen a tuma e lugar for di D. W.
proficiency and understanding. At Marques, kende a ricibi Fls. 2085
the same time, it is expected that na 1962. Sr. Marques ta move pa
the students will contribute sub- tercer lugar, cual a caba di ser ocupA
stantially to their assigned operation. luna pas, door di e empleado di De-
Of the twenty-one, only two at- partamento Tecnco H. A. Kelly. E
tend the same school. The nineteen premio inicial mas halto te awor ta
others represent nineteen different Fls. 5,000 cual a worde pagA na
universities in the United States, C. F. Bond na 1952.
Europe and the Caribbean. Many are Un empleado cu mas binti-dos an-
majoring in engineering while others ja di servicio, Sr. Bahlingen a manda
are language, art, mathematics and mas cu diez-un idea aden na e pro-
business majors. gramma di CYI, various di cual a
The students, their school and ma- worde acepta. Su premio mas re-
(Continued on page 2) clente ta esun mas grand cu tur.


A SMALL segment of the University of Kansas June UN GRUPO chikito di e klas cu e gradua for di Uni-
graduating class toured the Comptroller's Depart- versidad di Kansas na Juni a bishita e Departamento
ment last week. The group of graduates included di Comptroller's siman pasi. E grupo di graduadonan
Clyde Harms, former Comptroller's employee, who a inclui Clyde Harms, un anterior empleado di Comp-
greeted many former associates during the visit. troller's, kende a saluda hopi di su companjeronan.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS June 20, 1964
June 20, 1964


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


It All Depends

Competition is a great challenge. Its existence is significant, vitally
so, to employees of an industry whose framework of operation is guid-
ed by competition. In the employee's society, the forces of competition
have brought material things within immediate reach in bountiful pro-
portions. This gives the employee first-hand knowledge of both sides.
He works for a company striving to remain competitive, and he
lives in a community which enjoys the benefits of competition. Quickly
the picture becomes a matter of which way it is looked at.
Hear what W. R. Stott, director of Standard Oil Company (New
Jersey), said recently at the opening of a new Jersey refinery in
Europe. "Operating under conditions of free enterprise, oil companies
have found most of the oil which has powered our civilization for the
past three-quarters of a century. They have found and developed to-
day's multiple sources of supply vast reserves on every continent
sufficient to meet man's needs for many years.
"Because there are many companies acting independently to obtain
a share of the market, each is forced to achieve the most rigorous
efficiencies in all stages of operations in order to win and keep cus-
tomers. As long as this principle of competition based on multiple
sources of initiative prevails, society will be well served.
"It is the spirit of free enterprise that spurs today's continuing
search for new oil and gas reserves on a worldwide scale, and which
is leading to numerous discoveries."
The importance of Mr. Stott's thoughts is that publicly a leading
businessman has declared that society will be served well as long as
competition prevails. By society he means everyone -refinery wor-
ker, shop clerk, farmer, fisherman, sailor, housewife, schoolchild.
The members of society will be able to pick and choose exactly what
he or she wants according to many needs or desires, but mostly by
price. The best product for the best price is exactly what everyone
wants; what everyone seeks. Each company must scramble hard to
provide their product at the most attractive price, because if the pro-
duct is not sold, for some reason, the company will cease to exist.
The consumer will decide. If he doesn't buy your product, he is tel-
ling you your costs are too high or your product is inferior.


Tur Ta Depende

Competencia ta un gran desafio. Su e::istencia ta significant y
vitalmente significant pa empleadonan di un industrial cual su sistema
di operation ta guia door di competencia. Den sociedad di e empleado,
e forzanan di competencia a trece cosnan material dentro su alcance
inmediato den cantidadnan abundante. Esaki ta duna e empleado co-
nocemento di primer mano tocante ambos banda di competencia.
El ta traha pa un compania cu ta lucha pa keda competitor y el ta
biba den un comunidad cu ta goza e beneficionan di competencia.
Rapidamente, e vista ta bira un asunto di cual banda bo ta mire'le.
Tende loke W. R. Stott, un director di Standard Oil Company (New
Jersey) a bisa recientemente na inauguracion di un refineria nobo di
Jersey na Europa. "Operando bao condicionnan di empresa libre, com-
panianan petrolero a descubri mayoria di e petroleo cual a duna energia
na nos civilizacion pa e ultimo tres-cuarto :',;lo. Nan a descubri y
desaroyk e fuentenan multiple di petroleo di r.wendia reservanan
grand ariba tur continent cu ta suficiente pa satisface necesidadnan
di hende pa hopi anjas.
"Pasobra tin hopi compania cu ta traha independientemente pa ob-
tene un parti di e mercado, cada uno ta ser forzA pa logra eficiencianan
de lo mas rigoroso den tur fase di operacionnan pa por gana y man-
tene clientenan. Pa tanto tempo cu e principio aki di competencia basa
ariba multiple fuentenan di iniciativo ta prevalece, e sociedad lo ta
bon sirbi.
"Ta e espirito di empresa liber cu ta stimula e busqueda continue
di awendia pa reserves nobo di petroleo y gas ariba un escala mundial,
y cual ta trece numeroso descubrimento."
E importancia di Sr. Stott su pensamentonan ta cu publicamente un
negociante principal a declare cu sociedad lo ser bon sirbi pa tanto cu
tin competencia. Cu sociedad el kier meen tur hende trahador den
refineria, clerk den shop, un cunukero, piscador, nabegante, ama di
cas, y much di school.
E miembronan di sociedad lo por piki y escoge exactamente loke
nan mester segun nan varies necesidadnan of deseonan, pero mayoria
dependiendo di e prijs. E mehor product pa e mehor prijs ta exacta-
mente loke tur hende kier y loke tur hende ta busca. Cada compania
master lucha duro pa ofrece nan product na e prijs de lo mas atrac-
tivo, pasobra si e product no ser bendi, e compania lo stop di existi.
E client lo decidi. Si e no cumpra bo product, el kier bisa bo cu bo
costonan ta much halto of cu bo product ta inferior.


NEARLY 5000 shareholders attended the eighty-second annual meeting
of Standard Oil Company (New Jersey) May 20. In Greece, Jersey Direc-
tor W. R. Stott and Prime Minister G. P. Papandreou, right, dedicated
$160 million industrial complex, which includes a refinery.
CASI 5000 accionista a atende e di ochenta y dos reunion annual di Stan-
dard Oil Company (New Jersey) Mei 20. Na Grecia, director di Jersey
W. R. Stott y Promer Ministro G. P. Papandreou, a inaugura un refineria.


Tough Lago 'Scouts'

Will Have Opportunity

To Do Many 'Good Deeds'
Eight Scouts are expected to join
Lago's automotive equipment fleet
later this month. Six Scouts have
been assigned to the Gasoline, Trans-
fer and Crude Field Pumphouses;
two will go to the Esso Club and the
Garage spare pickup pool
Scout is the trade name of an In-
ternational four-cylinder pickup truck
purchased recently to replace quar-
ter-ton pickups in rigorous service.
Unlike its two-legged counterpart,
the four-wheeled Scout will be called
upon to do more than one "good
deed" daily. The Scouts assigned to
the Gasoline, Transfer and Crude
Field Pumphouses, for instance, will
transport gaugers throughout the
vast tank farm area They will also
transport samples of products to the
pumphouses. These spry Scouts will
certainly have to "Be Prepared," for
they will be in twenty-four hour con-
tinuous service.
The capacity of the Scout is more


than just a rucksack.
an 800-pound load or
the pickup body.


It can handle
four l ders in


The Scout, normally sporting two-
tone colors, will have to don a gray
uniform upon joining the Lago troop.


COLLEGE STUDENTS
(Continued from paqe 1)


Thirty-Year Ceremonies

June 10 Honor Halman,

Sambre and Byington
Three men joined the ranks of
thirty-year Lago employees June 10.
The service accomplishments of Emil
M. Sambre and Denius E Halman of
the Mechanical Department and Ed-
ward Byington, of the Public Rel-
ations Department, were recognized
at special ceremonies presided over
by Vice President R. E. Nystrom.
Mr Nystrom welcomed the thiee
men and congratulated them on their
three decades of company servr e In
his congratatulatory remarks, lie re-
ferred to the importance of exper-
ience and the assets people can be
to an operation He cited the three
honored employees as examples of
men who have contributed to the
general well-being of the company
R. E. Boyack, acting Mechanical
Department manager, recounted the
service histories of Mr. Sambre and
Mr. Halman. Mr. Sambre, a carpenter '
A in Building and Services, has been
in the Carpenter Craft the majority
of his Lago years He started in
1933 as a tradesman fourth class in
the Carpenter Craft. He was later
promoted through the carpenter cat-
egories to his present classification
Mr Boyack stated that Mr. Sambre
is a cooperative and dependable em-
ployee His hobbies include guitar
playing and dominoe competition. Mr.


jor course of study follow Assigned a a e a >y so i-
to the Technical Department are J fled with his service, and "applecia-
H. Watkins, John Hopkins Umver- tes the opportunity given to him to
sity, liberal arts: D. S. Wanamaker. work for Lago "
Ohio Wesleyan Unlversily, chemis- Job Gratification
try; R. R Amaya, St Louis Univer-
sity, electrical engineering; A D. Mr. Halman's Lago career began
Blijden, Yuba College, chemistry; G., in January, 1931, as a laborer He
H. Marugg, Inter-American Univei- also worked in the Lago Police De-
sity of Puerto Rico, physics; R. Che- pa tment. and while there requested
a transfefu to Mechpnical-Inst msent
mally, West Virginia Wesleyan, pre- a transfer to Mechanical-Instient
medical, and H. A. De Cuba and F even though it meant a reduction in
Kock, both West Virginia Institute pay. Nevertheless, Mr. Halman want-
ed to do instrument work, and his
of Technology and chemical engin- ed to do instrument woik. and lus
Se decision proved to he a wise one He
eerig is now a for enan in Mechanical-
Student Assignments Equipment Section Mr Halman is an
Mechanical Department summer avid baseball fan as most Lago Sport
students are J. S. MacNutt, Texas Park fans know. He has good rea-
A & M University, industrial techno- sons for liking baseball and a num-
logy, and J. M Eeltink, University ber of the reasons are his sons Mi
of Notre Dame, engineering. Going Halman's sons have for a number of
to Comptroller's are D. R. Brace, St. years been outstanding baseball play-
Bonaventure University, engineering; ers and have been given consider -
J. J. Rogers, Mills College, mathema- atlon by professional scouts
tics; H. McMillin, University of Ok- Mr Halman told the Management-
lahoma, business management, and Staff group that he is "very proud
O M. Hill, University of Madrid, to be a part of the Lago organiza-
sciences. tion" and he hopes that it will be a
Assigned to the Medical Depart- "bread-winner" for many years to
ment are J. A. La Grenade, Univer- come He also expressed the hope
sity of West Indies, medicine, and that the Collective Working Agi ee-
W. T. Bishop, Royal College of Sur- ment will be completed very snon to
geons, medicine. F. Lichtenstein, who the satisfaction of all


is majoring in romance languages at
Boston University has been assigned
to the translating group, and H. M.
Smit, a biology major at Out Lady
of Cincinnati College, will go to In-
dustrial Relations. A. M Schwarz,
an art major at Rosary College, has
been assigned to the Public Relations
Department, and E. H. Kuiperdal, a
ships engineering major at Utrecht


President's Congratulations
President W A Murray attended
the June 10 thirty-year ceremonies
He discussed the service of Mr By-
ington, whos original employ was
June, 1934. at the Standard Oil Com-
pany installation at Paikersburg.
West Virginia He transferred to La-
go in March. 1935. as a junior clerk


Gemeentelijke Hogeie Zeevaartschool in the Commissary. In 1938, he trans-
will work at the Marine Department. ferred to the Industrial Relations
In the Process Department will be Department He advanced though
T. C. Pietersz, Jacksonville Univer- the various categories and became
sity, chemical engineering. assistant industrial relations man-
ager. He was transfer ed to the Pu-t
blic Relations Depaitment as man-
ager in June, 1960
Mr. Murray mentioned that partly

recruiting trips throughout the Is-I
lands years ago, he knew and was
known by a large number of em-1
ployees and island residents. The
Lago president referred to golf as
one of Mr Byington's favorite pas-
times
Mr. Mtiuriay congratulated the
three thirty-year men on the attain-
ment of a very creditable milestone
Mr. Murray reiterated remal ks made
earlier about the vast resource the
thirty year employcce telesents


Schedule of Paydays

Semi-Monthly Payroll
June 1-15 Tuesday, June 23
Monthly Payroll
June 1-30 Wednesday, July 8


D. E. Halman


E. 11. Sambre


E. Byingeon, Jr.


S TRINTA ANJA
(Contimuer di pagina 1)
kier a airt tuabao .h inst miicnt v su
decision a ploba I1a ta un2 huiiLiusN
Awoi el ta in forenan den Scic'lll
di Equipos (I DeptL t Mechanical Si
Halman ta tin fan itilC enLiisiastwio
di beisbol mancla mi'ayon a di fanati-
conan di Lago Spoit Pilk sabi El
tin bin motlbo pa gusta beisbol y
esakinan ta siti i t hombernan. Si
Halman sil VYt honibel nAn pa tin
ieito cantidad di anja tabata hulnga-
dounan solbiesllente di bel-sbol y nan


a ser select tambe door di busci-
doinan di hlungado nan piufesional
Sr Halman a bisa e grupo na c
leinmon di Management-Staff cu e
"ta masha orgulloso di ta tin part
di e olganizacion di Lago" y cu el ta
spera cu coupania lo ta tn "gana-
dor di pan" pa hopi anja cu ta binm
Tambe el a expi esa e speranza cu e
Combenio Colectivo di Trabao lo ser
complete mashia pronto na satisfac-
clon di tur
Presidente W. A Murray a atende
e (ceiemonla di trinta anja di Juni 10
El a papia ariba e servicio di Si
Byington. kende so empleo original
tabata na Juni 1934 na Standard Oil
Company I New Jei sey si facilidad-
nan na Paikersburg, West Virginia
El a cambia pa Lag-, na Maart 1935
conio tin Junioi Clerk na Comnsaill
Na 1938 el a cambia pa Departamen-
to di Relacion Industrial El a avan-
za dour di valois categoliia y a bi a
tin asistente gerente di Relacion In-
duistrial El a haya canibo pa De-
pal tainento di Relanion Publico conio
geiente na Juni 1960
Sr lMurlay a menciona 'cu pa mno-
tibo di Si Byington sot vialenan ex-
tensivo di iecitttanento di empleado
den tin e islanan hopi anjanan pasa
el conoce y ta conori door di tin gran
cantidad di enipleadonan y residente-
nan di e islanan E President ill Lagu
a menciona golf comno uno di e pasa-
tiempo favouito di Sr Byington
Sr Murray a felicita e tres em-
pleadonan di trinta anja ariba nan
aniversario memorable y masha me-
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Instrumentation Advances


Development Of Analyzers Increases

High Yields from High Valued Products
In the years since 1957, the petroleum industry, worldwide, has
found itself in a competitive arena in which survival of the fittest,
measured by efficiency, has been the most persuasive guiding force.
Economic circumstances since then have continually brought into
forus the need for higher yields of higher valued products.
One answer to this complex situa-
I tLion has been instrumentation the
development of tools for closer and
mole rapid measurement, along with
innovations that have ma kedly mn-
icreased the a eas that could be
mneasuled with minimum delay
Even in the indust y's cat ly days,
instruments were available to meas-
tlie tempeliature, pessrlle and flow'
I [But measurements of composition
4,a ;,and physical chat actetlstics of parti-
cular pl oducts, such as final boiling
point and flash point requited te-
dlousn and time-consumling laboratory
analysis Often, is much as four
hours Velre eqillared for such tests,
and during that time the unit was
operating, to some extent, "blind."
The operator did have the normal
pllssille, tnllpeilatule, flow guages
to guide him, but these weie im-n
peilfect and the labolatoly results
had to be the final (ritelia.

Minute Measurement
Spurted by economic considela-
tlons, the necessity for greater tools
of mneasil ement mother el the inven-
tion of analyzes, the most clltical
Instl'luments in the oil indtstly today.
The advent of one type analyze,
the chlomnatoglaph, has lowered the
time fol plodilllct on'olposition analysis
fr om several houtls to less than two
inunites One of the Lago chliomato-
graphs provides apid information on
eight components. The sample can

gas WVhen measuring liquids. the
cl oniatogardoh is accurate, to as min-
ilte a measullement as five to ten
HIGHI SPEED chromnatograph ana- mcrclolteis. One micioliter equals one
hze prod(lt colnmpositlon in matl- millionth of a liter. In a gaseous
Ile- of ililnlles. state, it measures one one-thousandth
CRt)OMATO(iCRAIO Ill alia rapidez of a ihtet of gas by volume.
ta analiza compo icion di product The separation ot components isi
lden algin minuiut. accomplished by using twenty feet
I m of stainless steel tubing filled wvlth
crushed fitebrick that has been coat-
ed with a material, such as oil, in
which the product will dissolve. He-
hum is then blown thl ough undet
pressure. The most volatile compo-
nents, ones that haven't completely,
dissolved, will come off first The
other components will follow in ofr-
der of volatility As the component'
comes off, it ti ggers an electrical
message to a gi aph on the panel in
the control house.
mla Some other analyzes in use atl
Lago are of three basic types' hy-
drogen, end point and flash point
analyzers, with their names describ-
ing that which they analyze.
Thy hydrogen analyzer, one of the
MOORE SQTUARE root extractor fastest in the refinery, provides con-
is used in conjunction with anal- tinous analyses, and works by the
yzer control of units. rise of filaments. One filament is in
SQUARE IO()OT extractor marc i an air stream at which the tempera-
Moore ta ser usil hunto cu control ture is kept constant, approximately
di plantanan via analizadornan. 120 degrees Fahrenheit Another fi-





a i i


IA IKUIL)ENT EXPERT F. C. Eaton adjusts end point analyzer. In-
strument measures point at which all material has boiled off.
EXPERTO DI instrument F. C. Eatno la ahusta un End Point analizador.
E instrument ta midi e punto of grade na cual (ur material a here.


Key


To Petroleum


HYDROGEN ANALYZER along with sampling appa-
ratus are among fastest analyzers installed at Lago.
Installed at PCAR. it gives a reading every minute
by correlating temperatures with Hydrogen content.


/iFixidriuilldii
CHROMATOGRAPH AND sample handling system at
No. 8 Combination Unit are part of Lago instrument
group designed for high yields from high valued


Progress Since


1957


ANALIZADOR HYDROGENO hunto cu aparato di tu-
ma muestra ta entire e analizadornan mas rapid in-
stala na Lago. Nan ta install na PCAR y ta duna
registration cada minuat(.


CROMATOGRAFO Y e sistema di trata muestra na
Combination Unit No. 8 ta parti di un grupo di instru-
ment di Lago desenja pa production grand for di pro-


products. ductonan di alta valor.


lament is exposed to the sample. The
difference in temperature can then

The end point or final boiling
point analyze s measure the tempe-
ature at which all the material has
boiled away. This is accomplished by
boiling the sample in an electric
heater which is essentially a small
still. Instead of using crude or some i
other type feed, it uses the product
to be tested By controlling the pres-
sil e in this small tower, the relative
amount of sample distilled overhead
and sample taken ftom the bottom
of the pot is also controlled This
control of pressure, overheads, and
bottoms can be correlated to arrive
at a final boiling point This tempe-
'atulie is converted to an air pres-
sure signal to the control panel.

Most Advanced Instruments
The flash point analyzers, perhaps
the most advanced instruments in-
stalled at Lago, can complete an
analysis cycle from one to six min-
utes. These analyzers endeavor to
determine the temperature to which
product must be heated in order to
give off enough vapois to form a
flammable mixture with air when
ignited
In this case, the sample is pump-I
ed through a refiigeratlon system
and then into a small, electrically
heated cup containing a spark gap.
Here, air is bubbled through the
sample. When the temperature of the
oil has been raised enough to release
the sufficient vapors that support
combustion with air, the spark ig-
nites it. Temperature of oil at this
time is recorded as the flash point
Kerosene specifications, for example,
require that it must not flash at tem-
peratures below 112 degrees Fahren-
heit.
Beyond maintaining a continuous
check on qualities of products, and
enabling greater yields of higher
valued products, instrumentation has
also provided positive realizations
and practical benefits. The gasoline
burned in automobiles, for example,
(Continued on page 5)


Instrumentnan Jabi di Progreso Petrolero

Particularmente Despues di 1957
Durante anjanan desde 1957, industrial petrolero ariba henter mundo
a haya su mes den un arena di competencia den cual sobrevivencia di
esun mehor capacity, calculd segun eficiencia, tabata e forza guiador
cu tabatin mas persuasion. Circunstancianan economic desde e tempo
continuamente a trece padilanti e necesidad pa mas hopi production di


productonan di mas valor
Un contest pa e situation com-
plejo aki tabata instrumentacion
local ta niflca e desaroyo di apa-
iatonan pa haci medicion mas exact
y mas rapido hunto cu inventonan
nobo cu a aumenta remarcablemente
e cosnan cu por ser midi cu tin ml-
nimo di tardanza.
Hasta den e promer dianan di e
industrial, instrumentnan tabata dis-
ponible pa midi temperature. pre-
sion y flujo. Pero midimentonan di
composition y caracteristiconan fi-
saco di productonan particular, ma-
nera nan giado final di herbe of
"flash point" tabata requeri un ana-
lisis fastioso y cu ca tuma hopi tempo
di laboratorio Hopi bez, como cuatro
ora tabata necesaro pa tal testnan,
y durante e period ey e plant ta-
bata sigui opera mas o menos
"blind E opetador enberdad tabatin
e meternan regular di piesion, tem-
peratura pa guie'le, pero nan tabata
imperfecto y laboratorio mester a
duna e decision final.
Stimuld door di motibonan econo-
mico, e necesidad pa equiponan mas
mehor pa medimento a crea e inven-
cion di analyzadornan, cu ta e in-
strumentnan mas critico den indus-
tria petrolero awendia.
E venida di cromatografo a re-
baha e tempo pa analiza composi-
cion di product for di varies ora pa
como dos minuut. Uno di e cromato-
grafo di Lago na mes tempo ta du-
na information tocante ocho compo-
nente. E muestra di e product por
ser midi sea como un liquido of co-
mo gas Ora el ta midi liquid, e
cromatografo ta asina exacto den
midimento te na cinco pa diez micro-
liter. Un microliter ta igual na un
million part di un liter. Como gas,


el ta midi un-mil parti di un liter di
gas segun volume.
E separation di componentenan ta
ser haci door di usa binti pia di tubo
di staal blanco yena cu piedra can-
dela kibra cu a ser pasa den un ma-
terial, manera azeta, den cual e pro-
ducto lo dissolve. Despues helium ta
word supla aden bao presion. E
componentenan mas volatile, esnan
cu no a disolve completamente, lo
separd promer. E otro componente-
nan lo sigui den nan orden di vola-
tilidad. Segun e component ta se-
parA, el ta manda un mensahe elec-
trico ariba un catchi den e sala di
control

Analisis Continuo
Algun otro analizador na uso na
Lago ta di tires tipo basico: analiza-
dornan di hydrogeno, di punto final
y punto di flash.
E analizador hydrogeno, uno di
mas rapido den refineria, ta duna
un analysis continue y ta opera
usando filament. Un filament ta si-
tuA den un flujo di anre den cual e
temperature ta keda constant, na
mas o menos 120 glado Fahrenheit.
Un otio filament ta ser exponi na e
muestra di product. E diferencia
den temperature por worde averigua
for di e contenido di hydrogen.
E analizador di punta final of pun-
ta final di herbe ta midi e tempera-
tura na cual tur e material a here
por complete. Esaki ta ser logra door
di herbe e muestra den un calentador
electric cual esencialmente ta un still
chikito. Envez di usa crudo of un
otro clase di product, el ta usa e
muestra di e product cu master ser
getest. Door di control e presion den
(Conatinua na pagina 5)


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SJune 20 1964


RESIN MATERIAL pouring
begins foam demonstration.
BASHAMENTO DI e liquid
ta e principio di demonstration.


CHEMICAL FOAMING agent
used is Freon No. 11.
REACTOR QUIMICO cu ta
ser usi ta Freon No. 11.


MIXTURE REQUIRES rapid
and constant agitation.
E MEZCLA tin mester di mo-
vecion rapido y constant.


WHEN MIXTURE turns
cloudy white it is poured.
ORA E mezcla bira blanco
nubia ta listo pa ser bashai.


AFTER COLOR change, mix-
ture begins to foam instantly.
DESPUES DI cambia color,
mezela ta forma scuma.


IN FEW seconds foam fills
quart beaker.
DEN IUN poco second, e
scuma ta yena e contenedor.


FEW MINUTES after pouring,
cardboard is removed and foam is
allowed to harden. Foam area is
covered, completing the insulation.
POCO MINUUT despues di basha,
e carton ta ser kiti y e scuma ta
worde permit pa bira duro. E
scuma seco luego ta worde tapa
tur rond, completando e insulation.


FOAM: Polyurethane,

Once Mere Curiosities,

Foams Gaining Valuable

Industrial Applications
How do you solve an unusual pro-
blem when conventional methods
fall? Sometimes the best solution
can be as unusual as the problem
itself. Such a problem was encoun-
tered with the two Watkins recir-
culators at the Lago Commissary.
The solution, developed by engineer
M. G. Murray, was, at least for
Lago, somewhat unusual.
Installed when the cold storage
refrigeration system was moderniz-
ed in 1957-58, these units have done
their job superbly - protecting the
compressors from liquid slug dam-
age. The units have also permitted
automatic recirculation of cold li-
quid ammonia to the room evapora-
tor coils. UNRESTRICTED
In addition, they have increased per cub
plant efficiency and permitted elimi- SCUMA CU no t
nation of a troublesome ammonia re- liquid pa pia cul
turn pump. Along with these good
features, however, new difficulties To overcome the
were introduced insulation break- Lago shops constr
down and external corrosion. circulates, using
Operation of the reciculatorsl de-s
rial on the parts
pends on frequent alternate draining corrosion. As furt
and pumping cycles, which cause a exterior surfaces
change in temperature from well be-
and coated with D
low freezing to slightly above sur- w
recirculators were
rounding temperature. This causes commissary area
Commissary area
alternate frosting and defrosting of for nslatg.
for insulating.
exposed parts of the units The re- T
To avoid insular
sulting constant moist conditions, in
perienced in the p
Aruba's salt air atmosphere, promo- suled i th los
sulated with close
ted rapid corrosion. u l
urethane plastic fo
Furthermore, conventional cold in-
Is one of the most
sulation becomes soaked and useless,
sulations comme:
reducing efficiency and causing hid- sulations co e
den external corrosion on the vessel having approxima
sulating value of
walls. This corrosion eventually sulating value of
wool and three tir
caused leaks, which were difficult to
repair because the units cannot be gls.
Its closed cell
removed from service for more than
not allow transmis
a short time. Their removal would not ao tras
ric moisture vapor
shut down the complete refrigeration i moisre vapr
surface beneath thi
plant, at the risk of commissary cannot become v
fo s g. cannot become v
food spoilage the cylindrical po
circulators, blocks
foam were used, s
a special compound
by stainless steel b
plete coverage at
the polyurethane a


< '1
MOLD FOR area to be poured is prepared with cardboard and held to-
gether with tape. Foam expands around all surfaces within the mold.
FORMA PA e lugar na unda el ta ser basha ta worde prepare cu carton
y ta ser teni hunto cu tape. E scuma ta plama tur rond den e forma.


foamed in place
molds fabricated o
Two solutions,
activator, or foa
mixed in equal
foaming is ready
ture changes from
cloudy white At t
ture must be pout
since rapid foami
immediately If n
foam expands
thirty times the
lume, for a final
two pounds per c
the foaming, it flo
lanties and comply
in the mold. A hal
i (Continued


'Styrene


'Ethylene


FOAMI can expand up to thirty times its liquid volume
iic foot. Soft to the touch, it hardens rapidly .
a ser want, ta aumenta te na trinta bez s volume
bico. Mientras e ta parce moli. e scunia pnlaico ta bira
masha duro rapidamente.


ucted two new re- i
heavy-wall mate-
most subject to Pa ni
her protection, all P A
were sandblasted Corn lo b
imetcote. The new vencional fa
brought to the problema m
and set upright circulador V
tema di ref:
ition failures ex- 58, e unidad
ast, they were in- bao magnific
ed-cell rigid poly- e compresol
am. This material quido cu poi
Sufficient cold in- umdadnan t;
racially available, cuiculacion a
tely twice the in- quido fri p-
cork or mineral den e sala
ies that of foam- e eficiencia
Spa elimina
construction will pomp amoni;
sion of atmosphe- bon puntona
to the cold metal cultadnan no
e insulation, and it d insulation
vater-soaked. For
rtions of the ie- Cambio
of polyurethane E operaci
ealed at joints by ta depend a
I and held in place ciiente di pot
lands. To get com- amonia for
I regular surfaces, cual ta caLus
it these areas was iatura di bar
using cardboard te na un po
n the spot den becindar
the resin and the vnlesmento y
ming agent, are, cierto pal tin
quantities. When condition mi
to occii, the mix- sulta y aden
Shoney-colored to di salpetei n
his time, the nmx- .sln rapido
ed with no delay, Ademas, m
ng begins almost venclonal pa
not restricted, the por complete
to approximately ieduciendo e
original liquid vo- tosion exter
density of about ariba e cilin
ubic foot. During laigo ta c(au
iws around iiregu- ficil pa drec
etely fills all voids dadnan no p
f hour after pout- vicio pa un
on page 5) nan, e plant


LESS THAN ten minutes after
foaming, polyurethane supports
weight of weaker, and itself.
DEN MIENOS di diez minmut des-
pues di ser coni-rti na scullma,
Pol3 urathane llO iii anI a s o ] .


Plastic di un Mero Curiosidad

licacion Industrial Importante
o por soluciona un problema stranjo ora metodonan con-
iya? Algun bez e mehor solution por ta nies stranju cu e
es. Un tal problema a ser encontirt cu e dos cilindronan re-
Vatkins na Comisario di Lago. Siendo install tempo cu e sis-
rigeracion di Cold Storage a ser modernmzi na anja 1957-
nan aki a hacl nan Li i-


S nan tabat;i pilitehf
nan for di danjo d(i I-
. -ei mannda dJen nan E
ambe a haci possible le-
u tomiatic dLi amnonia ]i-
a e tubonan -vapold(loi
Ademas, nan a al.menta
di e plant y a peilnti
tun pomp molestoso pid
a back Hunto col tlur e
n aki, sinembargo, difi-
bo, a bini kibiamento
y tolosilon externo

s di Temperatura
in di e ieciroluladoi nan
Sihba un int e.cambio fie-
mpmento y sacamento di
di e tecirculadornan, lo-
a un cambio den tempe-
o e punto di congelacini
co ariba e temperatii a
o1 pafor Esaki ta causa
sneltimento di e us na
ian di e umndadnan E
ihA constant cfl ta le-
i1s1 e atmosfera di aire
la Ariba a 'aiisa ('o(n-

ateiial di insulacion con-
fltaldad ta biha muhli
y no pr set iusa, asina
flilencia y causando co-
no cu ta keda scondi
Lroi. E corrosion aki a lo
sa lekmento, cual ta di-
ha pa motibo cu e uni-
Lo ser sakA for di ser-
corto perlodo. Si kita
I di efligeracion lo mes-


ter baha pro conmpleto, y In caus (
i isko I 11 ( unindia di rmnisat i I
danja
Pa elnmna c dificultadnan, e shop-
nan di Lago a tiaha( dos clindio ie-
cllnciladoi nobo, usando tin material
diki pa e pal tinan ci ta scl nmas
afecta dool dti (I ui(sion Como plo-
teccion additional, tuil soupelrfilll e\-
tello a set tiata 'ii sandblast y a
haya un v ca di velf Dimetcote E
lecirculadolnand nobo a set tirec ni
Colnisa llo y wolde puni den tin po-
sicion vertlicl pa pone insulalt'on
rond di nan Pa picveni fayu ii in-
sulacioin cit a set expeiimenta den
pasado, nan a poone in insullacion di
un scllnia plastic fuert, cu cel cel-
ra yama polyurethane E material
aki ta lino di e clasenan di inMila-
clon pa frlaldad nias eficiente cii pui
set obteni comercialmenter y lia rn
o menos dos bez mas nehoi cu col ki
of lana nmneial y ties bez nias nirhoz
cui Foamnglas
Su ronstui ccion ri] ma di eel ce i a
lo no permit pa humedad di atmos-
feta penetra pa e metal flil bao e
insillacion, y tanmpo o el no ta ruha.
Pa e paltlnan rondo di e lectrcula-
doinan, blokki plastic di polyure-
thane a aet iisa. y nan a set pagd
hunto cu un mezcia special y a set
want cu. tin banchi d(i taal cu no to
fiustia Pa pot cubrh e supeificienan
regular, e scnuma plastico polymtie-
thane a ser basha na tal lugailnan
Susando forma di kai ton
Dos solution, tin liquid diki y un
i (Cntltio1 not pagmint 5)


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


June 20. 19fi4


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Jersey Ta Planea pa Un panel di Colores pa Oficina Grandi;

Con truccon di lana Renobacion Lo Termina na Augustus
Di Am nia na Malaya Restauracion di Oficina Grandi di binti-un anja bieuw, cu ta un
Plan pa construi tn plant pa proyecto bao preparation pa dos anja, ta ser spera di worde complete
traha amonia libre di awa, cual ta na fin di Augustus. E edificio su muraya nobo pafor lo consisti di
e ngrediente prmaio pa fertilizan- paneelnan di color di oro y blauw y un capa nobo di verf blanco. E
tes nltiogeno, a ser anuncia door di interior di e oficina tambe lo worde geverf completamente.
Esso Standard Malaya, Ltd, un aft- Engmlero di e prcjecto ta W. J.
liado di Standard Oil Company (New van den Heuvel, kende a desaroyd y pa haya muestra, catalog y specifi-
Jersey). a designA e cambionan na e edificio. cacionnan a worde haci cu diezcinco
E Reflneria di Esso den becindaiio b. ; +. ; ,. t di t dlferente compania.


Sixty-Four Years Service

Completed by Retiring

Employees Sam, Quant
Two employees retired this month
with selivce records that total over
sixty-four years The two, who con-
tlibuted in great measure to the
health and welfare of both employees
and company, are Nuise Mena I. R.
Sam of the Medical Department and
Luciano Quant, dockman in Process-
Receiving and Shipping
Nurse Sam's Lago employ began
n March, 1938, as an apprentice
maid in the Medical Department


Successive promotions advanced her Malasia den future te asina leuw cu
to student nurse in December, 1940 por ser mirA
She later became junior nurse and Mayolia di e amonia pioduci door
nurse, and in August. 1947, she was di e plant di Esso lo bai pa e plant
promoted to staff nurse This pro- di fertilizantes cual lo ser trahA cer-
motion was followed by another two ca di Port Swettenham door di
':g; t',' Chemical Company di Malasia, Ltd.
q 'Ademas di fabricacion di fertilizante,
--' amonia ta ser usa tambe den pro-
ceso di latex, cu ta un factor impor-
Stante den economic di Malasia
E costo di e plant nobo di amonia
o1 ta mas o menos 7 million dollar;


11. I. R. Sam


L. Quant


yeais later that made her staff
nurse I, the position she held at the
time she left Lago. Dining her car-:
eel. Nurse Sam became one of the
most well known nurses at the hos-
pital, having spent much time in
general duty and in the clinic
Over thirty-eight yea s ago, Mr.
Quant sought employment at Lago
He was hied in Septembei, 1925, as
a wateiboy and well-tender on the
docks. Six yeais later he was pio-
moted to wharfinger and then tia-
desman thud class He was trans-
fetled to the Diy Dock operation in
1935 and remained there until 1937
when he returned to the wharfs as
i corpl oal B He was promoted to
cmiporal A, the position he held
when he left Lago June 15


y su capacidad ta plane pa como
50.000 ton pa anja.


Artistanan di Broadway
Goes Latin Anuncia


"Broadway Goes Latin." Lago
su show via television tur Dia-
huebs anochi, lo present Haydee,
e Mambo Aces y Van Dorn Sis-
ters durante e siguiente dos sl-
man. Cu Edmundo Ros y su or-
kestra dunando e presentation
musical, e show di Juni 25 lo
trece Haydee y Mambo Aces cu
selecciones for di "The Continen-
tal" y "Love Is a Many Splen-
doted Thing" Van Dorn Sisters
lo present den e show di Jull 2
cu music for di "Shaffle Along"
y "Llil Abnel E program
"Broadway Goes Latin" ta auspi-
cia tur Diahuebs anochi pa 7:45
door di Lago.


Scuma den Industria


tContiniua di pngina 14) "quonset hut." E capa di e balon a
liquid activador, ta ser mezcel den ser kiti, y porta y bentana a word
igual cantidad. O a esaki ta cla pa cortA y un capa pa pioteha e super-
cummza scuma, e mezcla ta cambia fcie a word aplica. E resultado fi-
di color for di tn color poco bruin nal tabata cu tn edificio di cincuen-
pa un color blanco nubiA. Na e mo- ta y uno pa binti pia a word trahd
mento aki, e mezcla master woide Iden tn poco tempo, cual tin excelente
bashA den e fo ma mes ora, pasobra calhdadnan como insulation contra
el ta cuminza scuma y aumenta ra- calor y pa airecondicionador den su
pidamente. Si no tin nada pa wan- estructura.
te'le, e scuma ta expand na como Door di cambla e formula un poco,
trinta bez e volume di e liquid polyurethane por ser haci sumamente
oi ginal, te na un densidad final di flexible Den e forma aki, su con-
como dos liber pa un pta cubico struccion cu eel habri por chupa hu-
Durante e scumamento, e ta bai den medad mescos cu spons, y pesey e
tur direction y ta yena tur lugar tin poco valor como insulation. Uno
bashi completamente der. e forma, di su usonan ta como spons artificial
Un mei oia despues di bashamento, barata Su uso principal, sinembargo,
e forma por ser kitd, y por usa un ta pa yena muebles, den cual caso e
cuchara di metsla of sambechi pa por ser usa na lugar di foam rubber
kita cualkier pida cu ta di mas. E na un prijs mas abao y menos peso.
scuma cu e ora ainda ta relativa-
mente moli mester ser proteha door Scuma Pa Yena Muebles
di aplica un capa di asphalt cement Fuera di polyurethane, tin tambe
y panja cu hilo di glas. un scuma plastic regular y fuerte
Despues cu e insulacion di e re- conoci como polystyrene. Aunque el
circuladornan nobo y algun trabao no ta un insulador mes bon cu poly-
preliminarlo di tuberia, e plant di urethane, ainda e la hopi bon com-
refrigeracion a baha ariba un week- pard cu otro materialnan di insula-
end y e recirculadornan bieuw a cion y el ta mas fuerte, mas liher y
word kita. E recirculadornan nobo a mas barata cu polyurethane. Poly-
keda install, y poco scuma plastic urethane. Polystyrene traha den for-
a ser aplica na varies lugar y e ma di madera diki y blokki ta hay-
planta a bolbe na operation. ando uso tambe den industrial di con-
E scuma plastic, cu tabata mera- struccion tanto como insulacion co-
mente un curiosidad den laboratorio mo material structural. Tambe el ta
como diez anja pasd, a crece den un until na unda flotacion ta necesario,
industria di multi-milliones mientras manera pa doknan flotante, seccion-
centenares di compania den hopi for- nan flotante den boto
ma ta haci uso di difeiente clase di E scums plastic mas fuerte den
scuma plastic. E polyurethane fuer- uso regular ta polythylene. Esaki ta
te manera a seri usa pa e insulacion un scuma plastic cu eel cerra cu ta
di e reciiculadornan, aunque el ta poco elastic, pero no realmente fle-
uno di e inventonan bieuw, ainda ta xible. Aunque su peso ta liher, e ta
esun mas usa. Pa trabaunan grand, asina diiro cu el a ser usA satisfac-
maneia por ehempel pa pone insula- torlamente como material di protec-
cion di tankinan refrigeradora, el ta cion pa wafnan.
ser gespuit cu un aparato special. Recientemente, Esso Research and
Un varlacion interesante di su uso Engineering a haci experiment cu
tecnico a ser aplica recientemente na un scuma plastic traha di Esso su
Estados Unidos. E scums plastic a product "Escon" polypropylene. SI
ser gespuit seis duim diki na e banda esaki result excitoso, el por ser
paden di un cuarto cu a ser yend sperd di tin calidadnan similar cu e
manera un balon den forms un scums plastic polyethylene.


bira necesarlo como cu e blokkinan
di glas cu ta install tur rond di e
Oficina Grandi ta kibra durante un
period di various anja. Danjonan na
e blokkinan y mantenecion requeri
ariba dak pa elimina lekmento a ha-
ci e project mas urgente. Trabao
ariba e dak a worde haci door di
contratistanan na 1962. Departamen-
to Mechanical di Lago ta hacienda
tur e otro reparacionnan. Como cua-
renta homber ta trahando ariba e
proyecto.
E paneelnan di insulation archi-
tectural, cu ta similar cu esnan na e
Edificio di Administracion, ta un pro-
ducto di Belgica.
E cambiamento di e blokkinan di
glas a present various problems.
Promer, tabatin e pregunta kiko lo
mester pone nan lugar, y di dos, ta-
batin e tares di disenjo exterior y
interior.
Promer cu c paneelnan Pan-O-Roc
di Belgica a worde aceptA, contact

I INSTRUMENTS
(Continued from page 35)
can be maintained at the specifica-
tion which will give optimum power,
while at the same time lengthening


Contrario cu e sistema di Admini-
stration Building, cual tabata traha
den section di tres pia hancho, y na
unda e murayanan por ser movi tres
pia den ambos direction, e murayanan
den Oficina Grandi ta di un tipo
permanent, basA ariba un section di
diezcinco pia hancho. Pesey, cambio-
nan den grandura d' oficina durante
e anjanan a present un problema
den disenjo di instalacion di blokki-
nan.
Pa haci e edificto presentable for
di pafor, e structure di diezcnco pia
hancho a keda manteni y e edificio
su seccionnan a worde parti den par-
ticion igual pa instalacion di e pa-
neelnan. Loke esaki ta nifica, segun
Sr. van den Heuvel, ta cu no tur e
bentananan den e oficinanan lo ta
den centro for di banda paden, pero
su exterior lo duna un bista uni-
forme.
Mayoria di e trabao ariba e edi-
ficio ta ser haci durante period di
ward di cuatro pa diesdos.

S INSTRUMENT
(Continua di pagina 3)
e tower chikito aki, e cantidad rela-
tivo di e muestra distilA mas arba


the life of the car by minimizing den tower y e muestra tuma na bom
harmful effects of carbon. Other di e tower tambe ta ser control. E
modes of transportation, such as control aki di presien, di e product


aviation, have also been improved.
These air power plants can operate
smoothly today with a minimum of
personal delay and inconvenience.
This wasn't always the case. To the
extent that these delays resulted
From fuel difficulties, this can be
Traced back to the hours of oper-
ating a unit relatively "blind."
As instrumentation advances con-
tinue to play an increasingly larger
role in men's lives, living standards
will continue to rise throughout the
globe and petroleum will continue in
its starring role in helping to power
mankind into tomorrow

M. Richardson, M. Lade

Of Process, Mechanical

Gain June 1 Promotions
Two twenty-five year employees
were promoted June 1. Mateo Lade
of the Mechanical Department was
promoted to assistant zone super-
visor in Field Coordination, and Mar-
tin C. C. Richardson of the Process
Department was advanced to shift
foreman in Cracking and Light Ends.
Mr. Lade started out as an ap-
prentice in March, 1939. While in
the Welding Craft he advanced
through the apprentice ranks and
became a welder
C in October, 1942.
He progressed to
welder A and then
was promoted to
subforeman B and
4 He was named
welder foreman in
August, 1950, the
position he held at
the time of his
June 1 promotion.
His latest promo-
M. Lade tion was his fift-
eenth.
Mr. Richardson's company employ
began in May, 1939, in Mechanical-
Electrical. He transferred twice. The
first move was to Colony Mainten-
ance and the second was to the
Process Department where he has
remained. He became a process hel-
per D in the Pressure Stills in Oc-
tober, 1940. Successive promotions
advanced him to levelman in August,
1943. He became an assistant oper-
ator in 1947 and an operator in 1953.
In February, 1962, he was promoted
to assistant shift foreman in Catal-
ytic and Light Ends. He held this
position at the time he was promoted
June 1. This was Mr. Richardson's
ninth promotion.


mas ariba den e tower y abao por
ser calculd en relacion reciprocal cu
otro pa haya e punto final di herbe.
E temperature aki ta ser convert pa


INSTRUMENT ENGINEER R. E.
Aarndel examines setting of flash
point analyzer.
ENGINIERO DI instrument R. E.
Aarndel ta examine e setmento di
un analizador di Flash Point.

un senjal di presion di sire ariba e
panel di control.
E analizador di flash point, cu
quizas ta e instrument mas avanzA
install na Lago, por complete un
ciclo di analisys den uno te sets mi-
nuut. E analizadornan aki ta trata
di determine e temperature na cual
un product niester ser calenta pa e
por duna bastante vapor pa forma
un mezcla flamable cu aire ora el
worde cendi.
Den e caso aki, e muestra ta ser
gepomp den un sistema di refrigera-
cion y despues den un koppi chikito
cu ta ser cayentA un corriente cu tin
tin espacio pa causa chispa. Aki sire
ta ser pasa door di e muestra. Ora
e temperature di e azeta ser hizA
bastante pa manda suficiente vapor
cu ta forma combustion cu aire, e
chispa ta cende'le. Na e moment ski
e temperature di e azeta ta worde
registrA como e flash point. Specifi-
cacionnan di kerosin, por ehempel,
ta require cu e no mester manda
chispa na temperature bao 112 grado
Fahrenheit.
Ademas di mantene un check con-
tinuo ariba calidadnan di product y
permit production mas grand di


na Port Dickson lo provee e gas liber
cu lo ser usA como matena prima.
E plant lo pioduci bastante amonia
pa satisface tur e necesidadnan di


_-Imp


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June 20. 1964


I FOAM I
(Continued from page I4)
ing, the mold can be stripped off,
and a trowel or knife used to trim
off any excess foam. The relatively
weak foam must then be protected
by applying a layer of mastic and
glass fabric.
Following the new recirculator in-
sulation and some preliminary pipe-
fitting, the refrigeration plant was
shut down on a weekend and the old
recirculators removed. The new re-
circulators were installed, some final
foam was applied in several places,
and the plant was started again.
From a mere laboratory curiosity
about ten years ago, plastic foam
has grown into a multi-million dollar
industry with hundreds of companies
participating in many ways with a
number of different foam types. Ri-
gid polyurethane, as used for the
recirculator insulation, is one of
the oldest and most common. For
large jobs, such as insulatmg refri-
gerated tanks, it is often sprayed
on with special equipment.
An interesting variation of this
technique was used recently in the
United States. Foam was sprayed in-
side an inflated balloon-type quonset
hut to a thickness of six inches. The
balloon skin was removed, door and
window openings were cut, and a
surface-protecting coating was ap-
plied. The end result was a fifty-one
by twenty-foot building, erected in
a very short time, with excellent
heating and air conditioning insula-
tion properties. By changing the
formulation somewhat, polyurethane
can be made highly flexible.
In this form, open-cell structure
will soak up moisture like a sponge,
so it is of little value for insulation.
One use for it is in making cheap,
artificial sponges. Its principal use,
however, is for furniture padding,
where it can be used in place of
foam rubber at lower cost and with
lighter weight.
In addition to polyurethane, a com-
mon rigid foam is polystyrene. Al-
though not quite as good an insula-
tor as polyurethane, it is still very
good when compared to other insula-
ting materials, and is stronger, ligh-
ter in weight, and cheaper than
polyurethane. Planks and blocks of
expanded polystyrene foam are find-
ing wide use in the building con-
struction industry both as insulating
and structural materials. It is also
useful where high buoyancy is re-
quired, such as for floating docks
and boat flotation chambers.
The strongest foam in common
use is polyethylene foam. This is a
closed-cell foam which is somewhat
resilient, but not truly flexible. Al-
though lightweight, its strength is
so great that it has been success-
fully used as dock fender material.
More expensive than polyurethane or
polystyrene, and more limited in
sizes and shapes available, it is not
commonly used as insulation even
though its insulating properties com-
pare favorably with polystyrene.
Recently, Esso Research and En-
gineering has been experimenting
with a foam made of Esso's "Escon"
polypropylene. If successful, this
could be expected to have properties
similar to polyethylene foam.

productonan di mas halto valor, uso
di instrumentnan tambe a trece ga-
nancia positive y beneficionan prac-
tico. E gasoline cu ta ser kimA den
auto, por ehempel, por ser manteni
na e specificaclon cu lo duna forza
optimo, mientras na mes tempo e bi-
da di e auto ta ser aumentd door di
minima e efectonan perhuicioso di
carbon. Otro medionan di transporta-
cion, manera avion, tambe a ser me-
hord. E avionnan poderoso aki por
opera facilmente awendla cu un mi-
nimo di retraso personal y inconven-
iencia. Esaki no semper tabata e
caso. Te asina leuw cu e tardanza
tabata resultado di dificultad di com-
bustible, esaki por word buscA te na
e tempo cu plantanan tabata ser
opera relativamente "blind."
Segun instrumentnan avanzA ta
continue di hunga un parti grand
y creciente den bida human, stand-
ard di bida lo sigui subi ariba henter
mundo y petroleo lo sigui den su ta-
rea estelar pa yuda duna energia na
humanidad pa dianan di mayan.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS June 20. 1964


Program di Training 'Scoutnan' Fuerte di Lago

Lo Cuminza 29 di luni Lo Tin Oportunidad pa

Pa Binti Un Estudiante Haci Hopi "Bon Obras"


Binti-un estudiante cu ta regre-
sando lo cuminza e Piograma di
Training di Verano Juni 29. Nan lo
ser asignA pa ocho departamento
durante e program di ocho siman.
Mientras nan lo ta ocupi den ac-
tividadnan relacionA na nan curso di
studio, nan lo recibi un compensa-
cion financier. Ta e obheto di e
program di verano pa asociA studio
na aplicacion industrial pa yuda de-
saroya e abilidad y comprension di e
estudiantenan. Na mes tempo, ta ser
sperA cu e estudiantenan lo contribui
considerablemente na e trabaonan pa
cual nan ta design.
Di e binti-un, solamente dos ta na
e mes school. E dieznuebe otronan ta
represent dieznuebe diferente uni-
versidadnan na Estados Umdos, Eu-
ropa y den Caribe. Hopi di nan tin
enginieria como nan curso specializA
principal mientras otronan tin idio-
ma, arte, matematico y comercio
como nan curso specializA.
E estudiantenan, nan school y nan
curso principal di studio ta sigui aki
bao. Esnan asignd na Departamento
Tecnico ta J. H. Watkins, di John
Hopkins University, studiando arte-
nan liberal; D. S. Wanamaker, Ohio
Wesleyan University, studiando qui-
mica; R. R. Amayn, St. Louis Uni-
versity, enginieria electric; A. D.
Bljden, Yuba College, quimica; G. H.
Marugg, Inter-American University
of Puerto Rico. fisica; R. Chemaly,
West Virginia Wesleyan, studio pre-
medical; y H. A. de Cuba y F. Kock,
ambos na West Virginia Institute of
Technology y studiando enginieria
quimico.
E estudiantenan di verano asignA
na Departamento Mechanical ta J.
S. MacNutt, Texas A. & M. Univer-
sity, technologia industrial, y J. M.
Eeltink, University of Notre Dame,
enginieria. D. R. Brace, di St. Bona-
venture University, studiando engi-
nieria, ta bai Depto. di Comptroller's,
y tambe J. J. Rogers, Mills College,
studiando matematico; H. McMillin,
University of Oklahoma, direction di


Ocho Scout ta ser spera di drenta
servicio di e flota di vehiculonan di
motor di Lago mas laat den e luna
aki. Seis Scout ta ser asigna pa Gas-
oline, Transfer y Crude Field Pump-
house; dos lo bai pa Esso Club y pa
Garashi como vehiculo di spare.
Scout ta e marca di fabric di un
pickup truck International di cuatro
cilindro cu a ser cumprA reciente-
mente pa reemplaza e pickupnan di
un cuarto ton cu ta den servicio ri-
goroso.
No mescos cu su contraparte cu
tin dos pia, e Scout di cuatro wiel lo
ser encargA pa haci mas cu un "bon
obra" pa dia. E Scoutnan asigna na


Inventory Will Close
Commissary June 30
Lago Commissary will be closed
all day Tuesday, June M0, for
inventory.


Comisario Ta Cerra
Juni 30 pa Inventario
Lago Commissary lo ta cerrA
center dia Diamars, Juni 30, pa
inventario.


Malayan Ammonia Plant

Scheduled To Be Built

For Fertilizer Production
Plans for construction of a plant


Gruponan Exploratorio

Di Jersey Lo Bora pa

Petroleo na Australia
Un esfuerzo grand pa exploracion
petrolero lo ser emprendi afor di
costa di Gippsland Basin, situa en-
tre Tasmania y Victoria, na Austra-
lia, door di Esso Standard Australia,
un compania afiliado di Standard Oil
Company (New Jersey).
Broken Hill Proprietary Company
Ltd., un empresa di mina y fabrica-
cion di staal bon conoci di Australia,
tin un terreno na huur via su afili-
ado, Haematite Exploration Proprie-
tary Ltd., di 12,000 milla cuadrA den
e Gippsland Basin. Haematite Ex-
ploration a haci un acuerdo pa bus-
camento di petroleo den e parti di
Australia aki cu Esso Australia, cual


Gasoline, Transfer y Crude Field for the manufacture of anhydrous o1 ta e operator.
Pumphouse, por ehempel, lo trans- ammonia, prime ingredient of nitro- Un grupo di geologo y geoficista
porta Gaugers door di henter e ter- genous fertilizers, have been an- for di Standard Oil Company (New
reno grand di tanki. Tambe nan lo nounced by Esso Standard Malaya, Jersey) ya ta na Australia pa dos
transport muestranan di producto- Ltd, an affiliate of Standard Oil anja investigando possible regionnan
nan pa e pumphouse-nan. E Scout- Company (New Jersey). pa exploracion petrolero den e pais.
nan active aki seguramente mester The nearby new Esso refinery at Trabao intensive seismografico lo
ta prepared, pasobra nan lo ta den Port Dickson will supply the light word haci pronto, y ta ser anticipa
servicio constant durante 24 ora. gas that will be used as raw ma- cu boramento pa e promer poos den
trial. The plant wvll produce enough Gippsland Basin pafor di costa den
negocio, y O. M. Hill, University of ammonia to meet all Malaysia's re- awanan di mas cu 100 pia hundo lo
Madrid, estudiando sciencia. quirements in the foreseeable future. cuminza na fin di 1964. Un instala-
AsignA na Departamento Medico Most of the ammonia produced by clon flotante cu su mes propulsion
ta J. A. La Grenade, University of the Esso plant will go to a fertilizer pa boramento lo bai haci e trabao
West Indies, studiando medicine, y plant which will be built near Port pa Esso Exploration di Australia. Ta
W. T. Bishop, Royal College of Sur- Swettenham by the Chemical Cor- ser sperA cu e instalacion aki lo ser
geons, medicine. F. Lichtenstein, pany of Malaysia, Ltd In addition transport pa Australia den otoho.
kende su curso specializA ta idioma to manufacture of fertilizer, ammo- NW ARIVA
na Universidad di Boston a ser asig- ma also is used in latex processing, NEW A IVAL
nd na e grupo di traduccion, y H. an important factor in the Malay- May 21


M. Smit, cu tin biologia como su sian economy.


cursor principal ta studia na Our
Lady of Cincinnati College, y el lo
bai traha na Industrial Relations A.
M. Schwarz, un estudiante cu ta spe-
cializA den arte na Rosary College,
a ser asignA na Depto. di Public Re-
lations, y E. H Kuiperdal, un estu-
diante kende su curso principal ta
enginieria di bapor y ta studio na
School Municipal di Navegacion na
Utrecht, lo bai traha na Departa-
mento di Marina. Den Departamento
di Process lo bai traha T. C. Pietersz,
di Jacksonville University, kende ta
studiando enginieria quimica.


Cost of the new ammonia plant
will be approximately $7 million: its
planned capacity about 50,000 tons
a year.
Esso Malaya, previously solely a
marketing company, opened its $13
million oil refinery at Port Dickson
on the western coast of the Malay-
an peninsula earlier this year.
The ammonia plant in Malaysia is
a further step in a worldwide pro-
gram by Jersey Standard affiliates
aimed at contributing to the increase
of food production, especially in more
densely populated areas of the world.


Lago Sport Park Opens Baseball Season

Thirteen Teams Engaged

In Diamond Action Set

For Run Through August
Lago Sport Park's island-wide
baseball competition got underway
May 26, with thirteen teams particl-
pating. The season runs through
mid-August. Both AA and A entries!
will take part in some sixty contests.
Winners of the competition will
get a team trophy and each member
will receive a medal Last year's
Class AA winner was Esso Servi-
center. Individual medals will also
be presented for most valuable play-
er, batting champion, best pitching
record and most runs batted in
Competition is jointly sponsored,
by Aruba Baseball Association and
the Lago Sport Park Board. Umpires
for the contests are supplied by the
Aruba Umpires Association and the
Lago Sport Park

Diez-Tres Equipo Ta

Participa den Weganan

Cu Ta Sigi te Augustus
E competition di beisbol insular
di Lago Sport Park a prmincipa Mei
26 cu diez tires equipo participando.
E temporada lo dura te mitar di
Augustus. E ambos participantenan
den clase AA y A lo tuma palti den
como sesenta wega.
Ganadornan di e competition lo rl-
cibi un trofeo pa equipo y cada
miembro lo ricibi Iun medal]a Gana-
dor di Clase AA anja pasA tabata,
Esso Servicenter. Medalianan Indivi-
I dual ademas 1o ser piesentA na e
LSP SPORT Queen Doris Habibe throws out first ball of 1964 baseball hungador mas valioso, na e campeon
season. Winston catcher R. Werleman retrieves ball for her signature as bateador, na e pitcher cu mehor re-
ABBA and LSP officials look on. cord y pa mas carreda bati
REINA DI Deporte di LSP Doris Habibe ta lanza e promer bala den e E competitre ta bao auspicio con-
temporada di beisbol. Catcher di Winston R. Werleman ta cohe e bala pa hunto di Aruba Baseball Association
ser firm door di e reinsa. Funcionarionan di ABBA y LSP ta mirando. y Directiva di Lago Sport Park.


HODiGE/', aphiael A. lech. Eng.: A
rlaurhter. Riphaela Sh ron
SAITSH. Franklin G Instrument. A
daughter. Inrs VirgLnl
May 22
KENNINGTON. Charles C. US. Na.;
A .nr, Shane Delos
VROOLIJK. Lconcio Storehoue., A
laughter,. lita Helena
SOLAGNIERL Ravmunlto Comm Serv.,
A ..on. Kene Alo,-.iui
PIETERS Robert E. Comptroller's: A
dl.ughter. Gitelle JIoette
May 23
HERMUDEZ. Domlnlco Storehouse. A
*on. Orl0anlo D,-i'lerIn
ETERENCIA, .nmue M. Machinit. A
..on. Fredierik Florentino
May 24
WOUTERS. Jacobo Comm. Ser., A
Laughter, Maria Manlgalena
I)eCURA. Loulm Metal Craft, .\ laugh-
tel
May 25
S'\TIIE. .It( irdo B Tech -Lah.. A
i lurhter, IFulehla Delflna Urbiana
May 26
A.\RVAL. Lum, E Electrical. A son.
Lul- u .Tunior


Jersey Exploratory Teams

Will Drill in Australia

In Areas Off South Coast
A major oil exploration effort will
be undertaken in the offshore areas
of the Gippsland Basin, between Tas-
mania and Victoria, Australia, by
Esso Standard Australia, an affili-
ate of Standard Oil Company (New
Jersey).
Broken Hill Proprietary Company
Ltd., a well-known Australian min-
ing and steel manufacturing concern,
holds leases through its subsidiary,
Haematite Exploration Proprietary
Ltd., on 12,000 square miles in the
Glppsland Basin. Haematite Explo-
ration has entered into an agree-
ment to search for oil in this part of
Australia with Esso Australia, who
will be the operator.
A team of geologists and geophy-
sicists from Standard Oil Company
(New Jersey) have been in Austra-
lia for two years investigating pos-
sible oil exploration areas in the
country.
Intensive seismic work will be un-
dertaken shortly, and it is antici-
pated that drilling on the first well
in the Gippsland Basin offshore area
in water depths exceeding one-
hundred feet will begin by the end
of 1964. A floating, self-propelled
drilling rig will be undertaking the
work for Esso Exploration Austra-
lia It is expected that the rig will
be sailed to Austialia sometime in
the fall,


Logo Holds Tenth Place
In Safety Council Contest

Lago, the 1963 wmner of the
National Safety Council's inter-
refinery contest with a 0.27 fre-
quency, is currently in tenth place
among the seventeen entrants in
the A grouping with a 3 43 rate
Group "A" includes refineries
working more than three million
manhours a year.
Creole Petroleum Company's
Amuay refinery is tied for the
Group B lead with its Canpito
Refinery Neither refinery has
had a lost time injury,


:' -Z.-A- U S^sIa
ESSO SERVICE Center athletes await their turn at bat and root for
teammate E. Ponson taking his cuts. Umpire is L. Pantophlet and
Catcher is R. Werleman.
ATLETANAN DI Esso Servicenter ta ward nan turn na bate y ta ani-
ma nan companjero di equipo E. Ponson mientras e ta swing e bat. Um-
pire ta L. Pantophlet y Catcher ta R. Werleman.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


June 20. 1964