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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: August 28, 1966
Frequency: biweekly
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Language: Text in English and papiamento.
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- 1940-
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Wilkinson Leslie


Pedrito O. Cornett


Herman W. Hazel


Fermin P. Coronel


LAGO INVESTS FLS. 1,000,000 IN ARUBA'S PROGRESS


This year Lago's Scholarship Foundation broke througn
the Fls. 1,000,000 barrier invested in Aruba's progress
through education.
In celebrating their tenth anniversary the Foundation
announced 49 grants totaling Fls. 170,450 have been
awarded to aspiring young men and women. Seven of the
new students are sons and daughters of present Lago
employees. Four are children of annuitants.
This brings the total aided by the Foundation to 239
young men and women and more than Fls. 1,000,000 spent
in the last decade. Twenty-two of these students will
begin their first year of higher learning this fall. The
rest of the scholarship grants are renewals for those al-


ready attending a university or college.
Six of the new students will begin studying in the
United States, one in Puerto Rico, and 15 in Holland.
Each student who completes four years of university
study represents an average of between Fls. 10,000 and
Fls. 20,000 of Lago Scholarship Foundation assistance.
This money pays for tuition, books and supplies, travel-
ing expenses, room and board, clothing, laundry and
personal expenses.
The Foundation's purpose is to make financial grants
to Arubans seeking degrees in the arts and sciences and
technical and vocational training that will contribute to
Aruba's well being.


Some of the Foundation's new students have parents
who work for Lago. The parents are: W. W. Hazel Lago
Commissary, V. C. Figaroa Mechanical Department, E.
Oduber Process Department, O. L. Richardson Process
Department, M. C. Pinas Process Department and P. G.
Brook Comptroller's Department.
E Charles, a beginning LSF student, is a Lago em-
ployee working in the Mechanical Department. However,
this fall he will be studying in the United States under
the Lago Educational Leave of Absence policy.
Several students starting school this fall are the child-
ren of Lago annuitants. The annuitants are: Z. de Kort,
(Continued on page 2)


(iAruba Esso Newfi
i VOL 27. No. 17 Published by LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD. August 26, 1966 '


Lago Ta nverti Mas Cu Pictures By Employees and Annuitants
Un Miljon di Florines
Pa Progress Di Aruba Will Illustrate 1967 Family Calendar
Eleven of the twelve nhotohranhs which will illustrate the


E anja aki Lago Scholarship
Foundation a surpasa e suma di
f. 1.000.000 cu compania a in-
verti den progress di Aruba pa
medio di education.
Celebrando su di diez aniver-
sario, e Foundation a anuncia
cu nan a duna 49 beca e anja
aki cual ta un total di f. 170.450
di ayudo financier na hoben-
nan homber y muher cu aspira-
cion di bai dilanti. Siete di e
estudiantenan nobo ta yiu hom-
ber y muher di empleadonan di
Lago actualmente na trabao.
Cuater ta yiu di empleado pen-
siona.
E acto aki ta pone e total di
hobennan homber y muher ken-
de a recibi ayudo di e Founda-
I tion na 239 y na un suma di mas
cu Fl. 1,000,000 den ultimo diez
anja. Bintidos di e estudiante-
nan ey lo cuminza nan promer
anja di studio avanza na Sep-
tember di e anja aki. Resto
di e becanan aproba ta reno-
bacion di beca pa estudiantenan
cu ya ta studiando na un uni-
versidad of colegio.
Seis di e estudiantenan lo
cuminza studia na Merca, un na
Puerto Rico, y 15 na Hulanda.
Cada estudiante cu complete
cuater anja di studio universi-
tario ta represent un suma pro-
medio di f. 10.000 te f. 20.000
di placa duna door di Lago
Scholarship Foundation. E placa
ey ta paga gastu di instruction
na school, bukinan y necesidad-
nan di school, pasashi, huur di
kamber y nan cuminda, panja
pa bisti, labanderia y gastunan
personal.
Cursonan di studio pa esnan
cu a recibi ayudo financier di e
Foundation desde cu nan a lam-
t6 ta inclui ingenieria mecanica,
electric, electronic, civil y qui-
mica, tecnologia industrial, eco-
nomia, derecho, administration
commercial, gerencia di hotel,
maestro di school, enfermera,
analysis quimico y medico, y
dentisteria.
Obhetivo di e Foundation ta
(Continua na pagina 2)


1967 Lago calendar have been taken by employees and annui-
tants. Of the 149 slides submitted by employees and annuitants,
PR/IR judges selected eleven pictures by seven men as giving
the best photo impressions of Aruba. The twelfth calendar pho-


Hedlund of Tech. Dept.
And Carroll of Process
Advance To New Positions
Two promotions have been
recently announced in the Tech-
nical and Process Departments,
effective August 1. Bill Hed-
lund of Technical was promot-
ed to engineering associate. In
the Process Department Joe
Carroll advanced to process
foreman.
Mr. Hedlund started his car-


tograph, depicting the Carnival
gaiety in Aruba, was taken by
staff photographer Joe de Cu-
ba.
Winners of the sixth photo-
graphic contest conducted by
PR/IR Department are: W. van
den Ban, Mech.-Engineering;
H. E. Reeberg, Comptroller's; J.
J. R. Beaujon, Mech.-M & C; Dr.
H. Sweetman, Medical; Dr. B.
Dalhuysen, Medical; B. Schelf-
horst and L. N. Wilkie, annui-
tants.
None of the pictures submit-


eer witn Lago as a project aes- tea by four entrants in tue
igner in December, 1952. He Christmas picture contest was
worked four years as project judged of sufficient high quali-
engineer and nine years as es- ty for reproduction. A staff-
timating engineer. In 1962 he taken picture will be used on the
was promoted to senior engin- Christmas issue cover of the
eer. In April, 1963, he was Aruba Esso News.
transferred from Technical-En- Two employees have three
gineering to Economics and winning entries in the calendar
Planning. picture contest. These outstand-
ing photographers are Dr.
Sweetman and Dr. Dalhuysen of
Medical Department. Dr. Dal-
huysen also had two pictures ac-
cepted in the 1962 calendar. Mr.
Schelfhorst had winning entries
in the 1960 (2) and 1963. Mr.
Wilkie's work appeared in the
1955, 1959 and 1960 Lago ca-
lendar. Mr. Reeberg had one
picture accepted in 1963.
As announced, Fls. 100 will
be awarded for each winning
entry in the contest. Award pre-
sentation will be made during
tonight's Management dinner at
the Basi Ruti Hotel.
W. J. Hedlund The photographs were judged
Mr. Hedlund attended the and selected on the basis of ex-
University of Wisconsin and posure, focus, color and repro-
Drexel Institute of Technology duction qualities. In selecting
where he majored in the field the photographs it was also
where he majored in the field borne in mind that the calen-
of civil engineering. Before dars give a boost to the expand-
coming to Lago, he had exper- lars give a boost to the expand-
coming to Lag, he had exper- ing tourist industry because
ience in structural steel, rein-
forced concrete, and mechanical many find their way abroad.
(Continued on page 2) (Continued on page 6)


Ronald H. Pinas
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Elias Charles


Claudette S. Peterson


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Winston C. Latham


Simon Egbreghts


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Desmond A. Brook


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


August 26, 1966


ARUBA 3 N EWS

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER FRIDAY. AT ARUBA. NETHERLANDS ANTILLES.
BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO.. LTD.
Printed by the Veremnlde Antlllianse DrukkeriJen N.V.. Neth. Ant.
E. Villanueva, Editor A. Werleman, Publications Asst.
J. M. De Cuba, Photographer


Visit U.S.A. Millions Do It Yearly
In the shrinking world of this modern Jet Age, more and
more people are finding it possible to visit the United States
every year. A report on world wide travel taken from "Common
Ground" magazine issued by KLM substantiates this fact.
It states that in 1965 a remarkable total of over a million bus-
iness and pleasure seekers from overseas traveled to the U.S.
This is a gain of 101.5% over the total of 1961, when the joint
government-industry "Visit U.S.A." program was launched.
The United Kingdom with 174,863 of the year's visitors con-
tinues to be the largest single source of overseas travelers to
the U.S. Other countries with more than 35.000 visitors are West
Germany, France, Venezuela, Dominican Republic, Japan and
Italy. Visitors coming from the Netherlands totaled 24,849.
In addition to visitors from overseas, there were 383,771 arri-
vals from Mexico during 1965, an increase of almost 95'; over
the total of 1961. It is estimated that over six million tourists
came from Canada last year.
The United States Travel Service and the travel industry are
increasing efforts to induce more foreigners to visit the U.S. The
travel industry is seeking to identify points of interest through-
out the country at various times of the year.

Bishita Merca Miljones Ta Bai Aya
Den e mundo aki caminda distancianan ta krimp den nos Era
modern di jet, mas y mas hende ta hanja posibilidad di bishita
Merca cada anja. Un informed riba biahamento mundial den un
periodic cu jami "Common Ground" public door di KLM nos
ta hanja es hecho aki probi.
E articulo ta bisa cu na 1965 e notable total di mas cu un mil-
jon di hende di ultramar cu ta busca negoshi of placer, a biaha
bai Merca. Esaki ta un aumento di 101.5% ariba e total di anja
1961, den cual anja e program conhunto di gobierno y di indus-
tria "Bishita Merca" a word lanza.
E Reino Uni, cu 173,866 viahero den e anja ey ta sigi ser e
fuente unico mas grand di viahero cu ta cruza laman pa bai
Merca. Otro pais cu mas cu 35,000 bishitante ta Alemania Oeste,
Francia, Venezuela, Republica Dominicana, Japon y Italia. Bis-
hitantenan di Hulanda tabatin na tur 24,849.
Fuera di e bishitantenan di ultramar, 383,771 persona a jega
di Mexico durante 1965, un aumento di casi 95% compare cu
anja 1961. Nan ta calcula cu mas cu seis miljon turista a bini di
Canada anja pask.
E servicio Mericano pa biahamento, y industrial di transport
viaheros ta aumentando nan esfuerzonan pa haci mas estranhero
bishita Merca. Industria di transport pasahero ta trata di hala
atencion riba cierto puntonan di interest den henter e pais na
cierto tempo di anja.


ESTUDIANTES DI LAGO SC
(Continua di
pa duna asistencia financiero na
Arubianonan cu ta busca un
grado universitario den tecnico
of vocational, cual lo contribui
na bienestar di Aruba.
Algun di e estudiantenan di
Foundation tin mayor cu ta tra-
ha pa Lago. Esakinan ta: W.
W. Hazel, Lago Commissary; V.
C. Figaroa, Mechanical; E. Odu-
ber, Process; 0. L. Richardson,
Process; M. C. Pinas, Process;
y P. G. Brook di Comptroller's.
E. Charles, un estudiante cu
beca di LSF pa promer anja, ta
un empleado di Lago cu ta tra-
ha den Mechanical Department.
Pero na September di e anja aki
lo e bai studia na Merca bao di
beneficio di Lago su program
di ausencia for di trabao pa mo-
tibo di studio.
Varios estudiante cu lo cu-
minza school na September di e
anja aki ta yiu di empleadonan
pension di Lago. Nan ta: Z. de
Kort, C. R. Egbreghts, S. A.
Alberto, y D. A. Vlaun.
Seis estudiante lo cuminza
nan studio na Merca na Sep-


HOLARSHIP FOUNDATION
i pagina 1)
tember. Esakinan ta Ginette L.
Artsen (quimica), Pedrito O.
Cornett (quimica), Winston G.
Latham (ingenieria quimica),
Desmond A. Brook (ingenieria
quimica), Elias Charles (inge-
nieria electric) y Vivian A.
Lampe (cytotecnologia medi-
ca).
Efraim F. Coutinho, tambe un
estudiante nobo, lo tuma como
su tema principal studio di
music, na un conservatorio di
Porto Rico.
Diezcinco Arubiano hoben lo bai
studia na Hulanda na Septem-
ber proximo, cu beca duni door
di Lago Scholarship Founda-
tion. Nan ta Fermin P. Coronel
(tecnologia quimica), Wilkinson
Leslie (tecnologia quimica), Ro-
nald H. Pinas (tecnologia qui-
mica), Charles A. Richardson
(tecnologia quimica), Randolph
D. Peterson (ingenieria di ba-
por), Emerson P. Vlaun (stuur-
man), Herman W. Hazel (inge-
nieria di bapor), Simon Eg-
breghts (tecnico di aviacion),
(Continua na pagina 6)


Dr. B. Dalhuijsen


Dr. H. A. Sweetman


W. Van


Den Ban


L.S.F. STUDENTS
(Continued from page 1)
C. R. Egbreghts, S. A. Alberto
and D. A. Vlaun.
Six students will begin stud-
ying in the United States this
fall. They are: Ginette L. Art-
sen (chemistry), Pedrito 0.
Cornett (chemistry), Winston
C. Latham (chemical engineer-
ing), Desmond A. Brook (chem-
ical engineering), Elias Charles
(electrical engineering) and Vi-
vian A. Lampe (medical cyto-
technology).
Efraim F. Coutinho, also a
new student, will major in mu-
sic at a conservatory in Puerto
Rico.
Fifteen young Arubans will
enroll in Holland schools this
fall under the Lago Scholar-
ship Foundation. They are:
Fermin P. Coronel (chemical
technology), Wilkinson Leslie
(chemical technology), Ronald
H. Pinas (chemical techno-
logy), Charles A. Richardson
(chemical technology), Ran-
dolph D. Peterson (ship engin-
eering), Emerson F. Vlaun
shipmate), Herman W. Hazel
(ship engineering), Simon Eg-
breghts (aircraft technician),
Claudett S. Peterson (medical
analysis), Maria F. Figaroa
(medical analysis), Marlene I.
Oduber (French), Shirley M.
Ashby (teaching), Bertha Al-
berto (home economics), Ro-
land Z. de Kort (physical the-
rapy) and Filomena Solognier
(psychiatric nursing).


H. R. Reeberg


Empleadonan y Pensionistas Ta Saca

Portret Pa Lago Su Kalender Pa 1967
Diezun di e portretnan cu lo ilustra Lago su kalender pa 1967
a worde sack door di empleadonan y ex-empleadonan pension.
Di e 149 slide present door di empleadonan y esnan pension,
un jurado di PR/IR a scohe diezun protret saca door di siete per-
sona como bistanan cu ta duna mihor impresionnan fotografico
di Aruba. E di diezdos portret,
mustrando alegrla di carnival horst tambe a mira su portret-
na Aruba, ta obra di e fot6gra- nan premii na 1960 (2) y na
fo empleado di Lago Joe de Cu-: 1963. Obra di Sr. Wilkie a parce
ba. den Lago su kalender pa anja
Ganadornan di e di seis con- 1955, 1959 y 1960. Di Sr. Ree-
curso organize door di Departa- berg un portret a sali premia na
mento PR/IR ta: W. van den 1963.
Ban di Mech. Engineering; H. Manera ya ta anuncia, cada
E. Reeberg di Comptroller's; J. portret premi den e concurso
J. R. Beaujon di Mech.-M. & C.; ta recibi un page di f. 100. Pre-
Dr. H. Sweetman, di Medical; sentacion di e premionan lo tu-
Dr. B. Dalhuysen di Medical; y ma lugar awe nochi durante un
dos persona pension B. Schelf- comemento di gerencia den Ho-
horst y L. N. Wilkie. tel Basiruti.
Ningun di e portretnan pre-
senta door di cuater concursan- E portretnan a worde juzga y
te como portret di Pascu a selecciona a base di exposition
hanja premio, pasobra nan no di luz, enfoque, color y calidad
tabatin suficiente calidad pa re- suficiente pa reproduccion door
production door di prensa. Un di prensa. Haciendo selection di
portret sack door di un fot6gra- e portretnan, peso a word du-
fo di PR/IR lo worde usa riba e na tambe na e hecho cu e kalen-
cubierta di Esso News su edi- dernan ta yuda industrial turis-
cion di Pascu. tica cu ta bay creciendo dia pa
Dos empleado tin tres portret dia ya cu hopi di e kalendernan
cu a sali premia den e concurso ta worde manda pa exterior
aki. E fotografonan di gran ha- tambe.
bilidad ta Dr. Sweetman y Dr. Fuera di e kalender pa anja
B. Dalhuysen di Medical De- 1967, portretnan saca door di
apartment. Di Dr. Dalhuysen dos empleadonan a ilustra tambe e
portret a sali premia tambe pa kalendernan di Lago pa anjanan
nos kalender di 1962. Sr. Schelf-, 1955, 1959, 1960, 1962 y 1963.


W. Hedlund di Tech. Dept; 1. Carroll

Di Process Ta Avanza Pa Puesto Nobo
Dos promocion a worde anuncii algun dia pasa den Technical
y Process Department, cual a bira efectivo di 1 di Augustus. Bill
Hedlund di Technical a hanja promocion pa engineering asso-
ciate. Den Process, Joe Carroll a avanza pa puesto di process
foreman.
Sr. Hedlund a cuminza su ca- I
rera cu Lago como project de- PROMOTIONS
signer, na December 1952. El a' (Continued from page 1)
traha cuater anja como project designing.
engineer, y nuebe anja como es- Mr. Hedlund enjoys reading,
timating engineer. Na 1962 el a writing and painting. He is mar-
recibi promocion pa puesto di ried and has three children,
Senior Engineer. Na April 1963
el a traslada for di Technical
Engineering pa Economics &
Planning.
Sr. Hedlund a studio na uni-
versidad di Wisconsin y Drexel
Institute of Technology, camin-'
da su punto mayor di studio
tabata ingenieria civil. Promer
cu el a bin traha cu Lago, el a
hanja experiencia den disenjo di
staal pa construction, concrete,'
y disenjo mecanico.
Sr. Hedlund su pasatempo ta
lesa, scirbi y pinta. E ta casi y
tin tres yiu, Joan, Bill y Norma.
Bill Jr. ta den servicio military'
cu Fuerza Aerea di Merca, y el J. R. Carroll
a represent base aerea di Do- Joan, Bill, and Norma. Bill Jr.
ver na dos torneo national di is serving in the U.S. Air Force,
tenis pa militarnan, teni na Or- and has represented the Dover
lando den estado Florida. Air Force Base in two National
(CoStinua na pagina 6) (Continued on page 6)


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


August 26, 1966


A. X



NA 1670 Francesco de Lana (na robez) a kere cu
si e pomp tur aire for di e cuater bolanan di koper
pega na un cos manera un barco, anto e aparato lo
por bula. Su "zeppelin" nunca a lanta for di tera.
E balon si (na man drechi) a lanta for di tera. En
realidad esaki ta e vehiculo cu a word usA pa e
promer vuelo cruzando Canal de la Mancha.


i Acaso eonardo T ta Corcanico tabata algo crudo, e prin-
cipio bAsico di vuelo mecdnico
ainda tey.
Corn Avionnan Di Awendia Lo Tabata? Un otro pensador di un era
tempran den historia di avia-
Mas o menos 12, di Lago su production di zeta ta bai pa t empran den historia di avia-
traha combustible pa aeroplano. E cantidad ey ta 20 miljor bar- un Italiano. Na 1670 el a pinta
ril pa anja di diezdos diferente sorto di combustible pa aviacion. loke e tabata kere ta un zeppe-


Awendia nos mester gradici e pioneronan di aviacion pa nos
mercado di combustible pa avion. Produccion di combustible pa
aeroplano lo no tabata existi sil
no tabatin mester di e zeta. cu a duna mundo e promer plan-
Tuma por ehempel Leonardo nan detaljA di vuelo mecanico.
da Vinci, un Italiano. Mas cu El a usa su studio di parhanan
400 anja pasa el a pensa asina: como base pa su plannan pa e
"Si mi hanja cu e aparato aki cu promer helicopter y paracai-
un chapaleta ta bon traha das.


LEONARDO DA Vinci gave the world its first detailed plans for
mechanical flight over 400 years ago. He thought he could fly this
contraption.
LEONARDO DA Vinci a duna mundo e promer plannan detaji pa
vuelo mecinico mas cu 400 anja pasa. E tabata kere cu e por haci
e aparato aki bula.


esta traha di panja y tur e
poronan di panja sera cu guma
- anto ora mi drei e chapaleta
rapidamente e chapaleta lo tra-
ha un spiral den aire y e apara-
to lo subi haltu den laira".
Leonardo da Vinci, kende!
tambe tabata un pintor, sculp-
tor, arquitecto, music, enginie-
ro y filosofo, tabata e inventor


"E mester di hala!" da Vinci
tabata persist. "Y si no ta ami
ta traha e halanan anto un otro
despues di mi lo traha nan."
Tin prueba cu da Vinci ta-
bata comprende cu cambionan
lo a worde haci na su plannan, y
cu e cambionan ey algun dia lo
a result cu e aparato ta bula.
Aunque su idea di un vuelo me-


VERY NICE, Orville, but would you kindly stop fooling around and
help me tighten these piano wires....
MASJA BON Orville, laga wega para un banda y juda mi mara e
snaarnan di piano aki....


lin. El a kere cu si e pomp tur
aire for di cuater globo di koper
pegA na un garoshi den forma
di boto, anto e aparato lo a bu-
la den aire. Nos no tin nodi di
splica cu su "zeppelin" nunca a
move for di tera. Si e tabata
sabi e densidad actual di aire
comparA cu densidad di e koper,
lo e por a comprende su error.
Su idea ta parce ridicule pa
nos, pero ta door di purbamen-
to y error progress ta worde ha-
ci.
"E fronteranan di nacionnan
ta worde cruza den laira!......
lamannan no ta stroba nos mas
di pasa!" Asina hendenan taba-
ta bisa inmediatamente despues
di e promer vuelo cu balon cru-
zando Canal de la Mancha, en-
tre Francia y Inglatera.
Dia 7 di januari 1785 Pierre
Blanchard, un aviador Frances,
y Dr. John Jeffries, un Ameri-
cano di Boston, a haci nan pro-
mer biaha den un balon cu a
cruza canal de la Mancha. Nan
vuelo a bai cu tur exito te ora
nan tabata cercando costa
Frances y nan balon a cuminza
perde gas. Ora nan a realize cu
nan tabata bahando rapidamen-
te, nan a cuminza tira tur cos
pafor di e macuto. Te ora
Blanchard a tira su mes carson
pafor e balon a cuminza subi
trobe. Aunque Blanchard no ta-
bata propiamente bisti pa e o-
casion, nan a baha na Calais,
Francia, dos ora despues y nan
a hanja un recepcion digno di
un rey.
E episodio un poco humc'ris-
tico aki a marca un punto deci-
sivo den historic di aviation.
Astronautanan di awendia ta
cubri e mes distancia ey den
seis second.
Dia 17 di December 1903, u-
sando gasoline di Standard Oil,
Orville Wright pa di promer bez
a bula den un aeroplano di mo-
tor cu ta mas pisA cu aire.
Kiko future tin pa nos? Nin-
gun hende sabi sigur, pero nos
por verwacht cu progress den
aviacion ta sigi na un enorme
velocidad.


If Leonardo Had Not Been Right, What

Would Today's Airplanes Look Like?
Approximately 12% of Lago's petroleum output goes toward
the production of aviation fuel. This is 20 million barrels per
year of twelve different grades of aviation fuel.
We have the pioneers in aviation to thank for today's boom-
ing aviation fuel market. This production of aviation fuel would
not exist if there was no need
for it. made.
Take the Italian Leonardo da "The borderline of nations is
Vinci, for instance. Over 400 crossed in the air!... The seas
years ago he conceived that, "If are no longer barriers!" This
I find that this instrument made was exclaimed the world over
with a screw be well made immediately following the first
that is to say, made of linen of balloon flight across the Eng-
which the pores are stopped up lish Channel.
with starch and be turned On January 7, 1785, Jean
swiftly, the said screw will Pierre Blanchard, French aero-
make its spiral in the air and it naut, and Dr. John Jeffries,
will rise high." American from Boston, made
Leonardo da Vinci was the the first air journey across the
innovator who gave the world English Channel by balloon.
its first detailed plans for mech- Their journey was successful
anical flight. He was a great until they approached the
Italian painter, sculptor, archi- French coast and started to
tect, musician, and natural phi- lose gas. When they realized
losopher. He painted "Mona they were falling fast, they be-
Lisa". He used his study of gan to throw everything over-
birds as a basis for his plans board. Not until even Blanch-
of the first helicopter and para- ard's trousers went overboard
chute, did the balloon begin to rise.
"There shall be wings!" da Although Blanchard was not ap-
Vinci insisted. "If the accom- propriately dressed for the oc-
plishment be not for me, 'tis casion, they landed in Calais,
for some other." France, two hours later where
It is evident that da Vinci they received a royal ovation.
realized modifications to his This rather humorous episode
plans would be made that would marked a turning point in the
eventually lead to flight. Al- history of aviation. Astronauts
though his concept of flight today travel that same distance
seems somewhat crude, the in about six seconds.
basic principle of mechanical, On December 17, 1903, using
flight is there. Standard Oil gasoline, Orville
Another early thinker in the for the first time flew
history of aviation was Fran-' Wright for the first time flew
history of aviation was Fran- a power-driven heavier-than-air
cesco de Lana, also an Ital- machine.
ian. In 1670 he designed ... ... ,1
ian. In 1670 he designed What will the future hold?
what he thought was an airship.
He believed that if he pumped Nobody knows for sure, but we
all the air out of four copper can expect progress in aviation
globes attached to a boat-like to continue at a breakneck
car it would fly. Needless to say speed.
his "airship" never left the Perhaps the time will come
ground. Had he known the ac- when aircraft no longer use pe-
tual density of air compared to troleum. Possibly solar and ato-
the density of copper, he would mic energy will eventually be
have seen his error. fuel sources.
His idea seems ridiculous to One thing we do know is pro-
us, but it is through such trial gress and change go hand in
and error that progress isP hand.


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JEAN PIERRE Blanchard, French aeronaut, and Dr. John Jeffries
at the start of the first air journey across the English Channel.
JEAN PIERRE Blanchard, un aviador Frances, y Dr. John Jeffries
na cuminzamento di nan promer vuelo den aire dia cu nan a cruza
Canal de la Mancha.


Future Airplanes Promise To Give

Major Thrust To Jet Fuel Sales
"New refining technology will be needed to meet the growth
in demand for jet fuel that will accompany the introduction of
supersonic transports (SST's) and the so-called jumbo jets," a


petroleum scientist said recently.
According to W. G. Dukek, an Esso Research and Engineer-
ing Company scientist working
on fuels and lubricants for jet troleum product and in some
aircraft, jet fuel is growing at parts of the world even now is
a faster rate than any other pe- [ (Continued on page 6)


IN 1670, Francesco de Lana (left) thought that if
he pumped all the air out of four copper globes
attached to a boat-like car it would fly. His "air-
ship" never left the ground. The balloon (at right)
did, however, manage to get off the ground. In fact,
it was the vehicle used for the first air journey by
man across the English Channel.


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THE FIRST group of the masonry retraining class E PROMER grupo di klas di metsla hunto cu nan
with their wall project. They are (L to R): F. Geer- proyecto di muraya. Nan ta: (R pa D): F. Geer-
man, instructor, P. Leest, C. Berkel, R. Colina, A. man, instructor, P. Leest, C. Berkel, R. Colina, A.
Sjaw-Akian, G. Paesch, C. de Cuba, M. Hoek and Sjaw-Akian, G. Paesch, C. de Cuba, M. Hoek y
J. Semeleer. J. Semeleer.


RETRAINING INSTRUCTOR R. Geerman (R) congratul-
ates F. Boasman on completing house wiring course and hands
him training certificate. The retraining program is intended
to help those taking the course to be better prepared for a
new career.
INSTRUCTOR DI re-entrenamente R. Geerman (D) ta feli-
cita F. Boasman cu terminacion di curso electric pa instala-
cion di cas y ta entrega certificado di training. E program di
re-entrenamento ta intenciona pa yuda esnan cu ta tuma e
cursonan di ta mehor prepare pa un carera nobo.


ELECTRICAL HOUSE wiring class who complet-
ed the retraining course are: (L to R) J. Phillips,
A. van Heyningen, E. Hazel, F. Boasman, C. Fra-
ser, A. Croes, H. Kelly; (first row) R. Geerman,
retraining instructor, J. Arrindell, A. Webster,
D. C. Martes.


INSTRUCTOR F. Geerman sets block
in place.
INSTRUCTOR F. Geerman ta pone
blokki na su lugar.


KLAS DI instalacion electric pa cas cu a com-
pleta e curso di re-entrenamento ta: (R pa D):
J. Phillips, A. van Heyningen, E. Hazel, F. Boas-
man, C. Fraser, A. Croes, H. Kelly; (promer ca-
reda) R. Geerman, instructor, J. Arrindell, A.
Webster, D. C. Martes.


Program Di Re-Entrenamento Ta

Yuda Empleadonan Pa Futuro Carera
Un di e cursonan mas recien dunA bao Lago su Programa di
Re-entrenamento ta pa poncha carchi pa mashin di contaduria.
E curso aki a cuminza den Data Processing Section di Comp-
troller's Diahuebs, Augustus 18. Entre esnan cu ta tumando e
curso tin siete damas Francisco Ruiz, supervisor di Data Pro-
cessing, ta instructor pa e en-!
trenamento aki. curso, mientras un grupo nobo
Poco dia pasa un curso pa ta cuminza pronto.
drecha tuberia di instalacion sa- Encarga cu e program di re-
nitario tambe a cuminza. E cur- entrenamento ta un comision cu
so aki, dunA den Mechanical ta consist di T. O. Lucas, pre-
Shops, ta bao di direction di' sident, J. J. R. Beaujon, miem-
Marco Stamper. Actualmente bro, D. Maduro y R. Werleman
tin siete empleado ta tumando (representantenan di IOWUA),
e curso aki. y Carlos de Cuba, secretario.
Otro curso cu ya tin algun
tempo na caminda ta welding,
carpinteria, trabao di metsla, y
instalacion di waya pa luz i. .
cas.
Asina leu 27 empleado a par-
ticipa of ta participando den e
curso di welding. E entrenamen-
to aki ta worde duna den e lead- .
burners shack na e lugar conoci
como Snow Pile. Ora nan com--
pleta e curso, e participantenan *.-
ta recibi e certificado di Ameri- n
can Society of Mechanical En-
gineer cu nan tin calificacion co-
mo welder. Tres di e weldernan
diploma a tuma retire di Lago -
pa nan bai traha otro caminda.
E curso di carpinteria ta bao
di direction di Vicente Semeleer \
den Carpenter Shop. Binti hom-
ber ya a tuma of ta tumando e
curso aki.
Floriano Geerman ta encarga
cu e curso di metsla. Nan ta
hanja entrenamento practice na
plant di concrete. Un total di
15 homber a recibi re-entrena-
mento caba of ta hanjando en-
trenamento ainda.
Ricardo Geerman ta sinja e
cursantenan com ta instala wa-
ya pa luz di cas. E curso aki ta
worde duna den Mechanical STUDENTS DO practical work.
Shop su centro di entrenamento. ESTUDIANTENAN TA haci
Diezun empleado a complete e trabao practice bao e Programa.

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E. Semeleer, E. Milton receive plumbing training from M. Stamper (r).
E. Semeleer, E. Milton hayando training di M. Stamper (d).


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One of the most recent courses under Lago's Retraining Pro-
gram is the key punch training. The training began in the Comp-
troller's Data Processing Section Thursday, August 18. Among
the ten trainees are seven ladies. Francisco Ruiz, supervisor Data
Processing, is instructor for this training.

Recently, also a plumbing an orientation session for the
course was initiated. The welding course. Instructor is
course, given in Mechanical George F. Harris, Jr., of Chica-
Shops, is under direction of go Bridge & Iron Company.
Marco Stamper. Seven employ-
ees are presently enrolled in the So far 27 employees have
course. participated or are participating
in the welding course. The
Other courses that have been training is given at the lead-
in progress for some time are burners' shack in the Snow Pile
welding, carpentry, masonry, area. Upon completion of the
and electrical house wiring, course, the men receive the
The program started April 4, American Society of Mechanical


WELDING CLASS

LES DI welding ta


1966 when five employees took


Engineers (A.S.M.E.) welder's


is conducted at the Leadburners' shack in
the Snow Pile area.
ser duna na e shack di Leadburners na sitio
di Snow Pile.


qualification test papers. Three
of these qualified welders left
Lago to accept job offers else-
where.
The carpentry course is given
by instructor Vicente Semeleer
at the Carpenter Shop. Some
twenty men have already taken
or are now taking the course.
Floriano Geerman is charged
with the masonry course. Prac-
tical training is given at the
Concrete Plant. A total of fif-
teen men have been retrained
or are now being trained for
this job.
The electrical house wiring
course is under leadership'.of
Ricardo Geerman. Thedtouise,
which is given at the Mechh i-
cal Shops Training Cenit6er;'as
been completed by elevezi em-
ployees while a new group will
start the course soon.
Charged with the program is
the Retraining Committee con-
sisting of T. O. Lucas, chair-
man, J. J. R. Beaujon, member,
D. Maduro and R. Werleman
(IOWUA representatives), and
Carlos de Cuba, secretary.


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MASONRY STUDENTS build
training
ESTUDIANTENAN DI metsla
program practice


wall as part of practical re-
program.
ta traha muraya como parti di
di re-entrenamento.


G. F. HARRIS, Jr. (center), instructor from Chicago
Bridge & Iron Company, gives hints to welding trainees
(L to R) J. Franken, N. Trinidad, M. Figaroa, job trainer,
and B. Thode.

G. F. HARRIS Jr. centroo), instructor di Chicago Bridge
& Iron Company, ta duna suggestion na estudiantenan di
welding (R pa D) J. Franken, N. Trinidad, M. Figaroa,
job trainer, y B. Thode.


PIPE THREADING is taught as part of
plumbing training. Instructor for the
plumbing course is M. Stamper, second
from right.
TRAHAMENTO DI draad pa tubo ta ser
sinji como parti di curso di plombero.
Instructor pa e curso di plombero ta M.
Stamper, segundo di banda drechi.


CARPENTER CLASS poses with model of roof construction, (L to R) V. Seme-
leer, instructor, C. Bryson, F. Solognier, G. Pantophlet, P. Fingal, L. Tromp,
H. A. Dedier, H. Tromp, J. Rosa, S. Noguera, and P. Petrochi.


KLAS DI Carpinte ta hunto cu modelo di construction di dak, (R pa D) V. Seme-
leer, instructor, C. Bryson, F. Solognier, G. Pantophlet, P. Fingal, L. Tromp,
H. A. Dedier, H. Tromp, J. Rosa, S. Noguera, and P. Petrochi.


August 26, 1966


ARUBA ESSO NEWS


SRetraining Program Helps Employees


Develop New and Better Future Careers








ARUBA ESSO NEWS August 26, 1966


Future Avionnan Ta Priminti Di Trece

Hopi Mas Bende di Comustible pa Jet
"Mester di tecnologia nobo di refinacion pa nos por satisface
demand creciendo pa combustible di jet, cual lo acompanja
introduction di avionnan supersonico y e avionnan cu nan ta
jama "jumbo jet", asina un cientista di petroleo a bisa reciente-


mente.
Segun W. G. Dudek, un cien-
tista di Esso Research & En-
gineering Company kende ta
trahando riba combustible y
lubricante pa aeroplano jet,
combustible pa jet ta creciendo
cu un velocidad much mas
grand cu e otro productonan
di petroleo, y den cierto parti
di mundo hasta tin escasez di
combustible pa jet awendia. E
ta pronostica cu durante mas o
menos cinco anjanan proximo,
demand lo bira casi dobbel dia
e promer jetnan supersonico y
e jetnan jumbo cuminza bula.
E consuma total di combus-
tible pa jet den mundo liber
awor ta na un promedio di 50
miljon galon cada dia. Pa 1973,
consume diario ta ser calculi
di ta casi 100 miljon galon pa
dia.
Lago su entreganan di com-
bustible pa jet tabata 1,393,000
tonelada metrica na 1963,
1,678,000 tonelada na 1964 y
1,646,000 tonelada na 1965.
Pa produci combustible di
mihor calidad pa jetnan, Lago
a instala secadornan di salu y
instalacion pa trata e combus-
tible cu klei na cuminzamento
di 1965.
Aeroplano jet, y mas specifi-
camente e aeroplanonan super-
sonico y jetnan jumbo, lo causa
tecnica nobo di fabricacion mes-
cos cu automobilnan a haci 50
anja pasa.
Combustible pa Jet
E parti principal di combus-
tible pa jet ta kerosin. Zeta
crudo, depend di cual parti di
mundo e ta bini, tin un conte-
nido di kerosin di 1 te 10 por-
ciento. Promedio ta 12 porcien-
to. E contenido di kerosin den
crudo cu Lago ta usa ta varia
di 10 te 15 porciento.
No tur e 12 porciento ey ta
disponibel pa traha combus-
tible pa jetnan, pasobra tin
otro product tambe cu tin mes-
ter kerosin pa traha nan. Kero-
sin ta worde usi den combus-
tible pa keinta espacio, pa com-
bustible usA pa kienta kas, y pa
mayor parti den combustible pa
motor diesel.
Consumo di combustible di
jetnan subsonico y supersonico
ta mustra un gran diferencia.
Jetnan regular cu velocidad
maxima di 600 milja pa ora por
bula di New York te Londres
(3,540 milja distancia) den 6
ora y 45 minuut usando 13,000
galon di combustible (Si esey
tabata gasoline, anto e cantidad
lo ta suficiente pa duna un don-
jo di auto promedio suficiente
gasoline pa e usa 20 anja largu).


E promer avion supersonico,
cual to bula na un velocidad di
Mach 2.2 (esta 2.2 bez veloci-
dad di zonido igual na 1,450
milja pa ora) lo haci vuelo en-
tre New York y Londres den 3
ora, pero lo e usa 18,000 galon
di combustible. E avionnan aki
lo por hiba pasahero den servi-
cio regular na anja 1971 of
1972.
Avionnan supersonico di fu-
turo cu lo por bula na un velo-
cidad cu ta tres bez of mas ve-
locidad di zonido lo bula entire
New York y Londres den 2 ora
y mei. Nan lo usa 35,000 galon
di combustible, casi dos bez
mas cu e promer avionnan su-
personico. E avionnan superso-
nico aki di e "sigiente genera-
cion" lo por ta den servicio na
1980.
Bao di condicionnan di awen-
dia, ta tuma 2 ora y 20 minuut
pa un plant di Lago pa traha
e 70,000 galon necesaro pa un
vuelo ida y vuelta di 5 ora
entire New York y Londres cu
un di e futureo" avionnan su-
personico aki.

S PROMOTIONS
(Continued from page 2)
held at Orlando, Florida.
On his next vacation this Sep-
tember, Mr. Hedlund intends to
visit the Far East.
Mr. Carroll joined Lago as a
junior apprentice "B" in the
Mechanical Department in July,
1948. During his employment
Mr. Carroll had four breaks in
service. In January, 1962, he
was re-employed as an engineer
in the Technical Department.
That same year he transferred
to Process. Advancing through
the ranks in the Process Depart-
ment he became technical as-
sistant in Process-L.O.F., the
position he held before his re-
cent promotion.
A graduate in chemical en-
gineering from the University
of Colorado, Mr. Carroll spent
three and a half years in the
U.S. Army Chemical Corps as
an officer. He also worked as
production supervisor at a fluid
coke plant with FMC Corp.
At Lago Mr. Carroll worked
one year as contact engineer in
the Acid and Edeleanu Plant,
two years as technical assistant
in the L.O.F. Department and
two in the Refining Division.
Mr. Carroll also worked as a
Summer Training student at
Lago for four summers during
high school and college. He is
married and has two children.


USS FORT MANDAN (left) and USS Lorain USS FORT MANDAM (robez) y USS Lorain
County (landing ship tank) visited Aruba last County (bapor di desembarque) a bishita
week carrying 1100 men. Seamen from these Aruba siman pasa cu 1100 tripulante. Marine-
two ships toured Lago August 16. ros di e dos bapornan a bishita Lago Aug. 16.

S PROMOCIONNAN FUTURE AIRCRAFT FUEL developing a fuel capable of
(Continua di pagina 2) (Continued from page 8) withstanding that heat. It has
Durante su proximo vacacion in tight supply. He predicts that already developed fuels to meet
na September, Sr. Hedlund tin during the next five years or so, these criteria.
intention di bishita Lejano O- the demand will nearly double Fuel consumption of subsonic
riente. 'when the first supersonic trans- and supersonic jets show a
Sr. Carroll a bin traha na La- ports and the jumbo jets come great difference. Conventional
go como junior apprentice 'B' into operation. jets with top speeds of 600 miles
den Mechanical na luna di Juli Total jet fuel consumption in an hour can fly from New York
1948. Durante su trabao cu La- the free world today averages to London (3,540 miles) in 6
go Sr. Carroll tabatin cuater in- over 50 million gallons a day. hours and 45 minutes using
terrupcion di servicio. January By 1973, a year or two after the 13,000 gallons of fuel. (If this
1962 a mira Sr. Carroll bek na first SST's are in operation, were gasoline, it would provide
Lago como ingeniero den Tech- daily consumption is expected an average motorist with nearly
nical Department. Den e mes to be close to 100 million gal- a 20-year supply of fuel).
anja ey el a pasa pa Process. lons. The world's first SST, which
Avanzando den varies puesto cu n The world's first SST, which
Avanzando den various pesto cu Lago's supply of jet fuel to will fly at Mach. 2.2. (2.2. times
Process Departm ent, el a biraocess the world market amounted to the speed of sound or 1,450
asistente tecnico den Process- 1,393,000 metric tons in 1963, miles per hour) will make the
Light Oils Finishing, e puesto cu 1,678,000 tons in 1964 and same trip in some three hours,

Soc net proper cu su re- 1, 646,000 tons in 1965. but will use about 18,000 gal-
El a gradua como ingeniero To make premium type jet lons of fuel. These planes should
qumico na universidad di Co- fuels, Lago installed salt driers be in scheduled service by 1971
lorado. Sr. Carroll a sirbi tres and clay treating facilities in or 1972.
anja y mei den cuerpo di inge- early 1965. Future SST's that will fly
nieros di ehercito Mericano den Jet aircraft, and more speci- three or more times the speed
grado di official. Tambe el a finally the supersonic transports of sound will fly between New
traha como un supervisor di and the jumbo jets, will bring York and London in 212 hours.
production den un plant di! about new manufacturing tech- They will consume some 35,000
coke liquid di Food Machinery niques just as automobiles did gallons of fuel, nearly twice as
Corporation. 50 years ago. much as the first SST's. These
Na Lago Sr. Carroll a traha The principal component of "next generation" SST's might
un anja como ingeniero di con- jet fuel is kerosene. Crude oil, be in service in 1980.
tacto pa plant Acid & Edelea- depending on what part of the Under present conditions, it
nu, dos anja como asistente tec- world it comes from, has a ke- would take 2 hours and 20 mm-
nico den L.O.F. y dos den Re- rosene content ranging from 1 utes for a Lago unit to make
fining Division. per cent to 18 per cent. The the 70,000 gallons required for
average is 12 per cent The ke- a round trip of five hours be-
SESTUDIANTES DI L.S.F. rosene content of Lago crude tween New York and Lond
(Continua di pagina ) varies between 10 and 15 per by these "future" SST's.
continueu ct More jet fuel will also be
Claudett S. Peterson, analysiss cent. More jet fuel will also be
medical Maria F. Figaroa (ana- Not all of this 12 per cent is used through increased air car-
lisis medical Marlene I. Oduber available for jet fuel, as other go. During 1965, air cargo in-
(Frances), Shirley M. Ashby products also use kerosene for creased by 31 per cent over the
(maestra di school), Bertha Al- their manufacture. Kerosene is previous year.
berto (huishoudschool), Roland used in space-heating fuels, For the foreseeable future, jet
Z. de Kort (fisiotherapia), y Fi- home heating fuels and, for the aircraft will continue to be fuel-
lomena Solognier (enfermera di greater part, in diesel fuel. ed by the kerosene-type fuel
psiquiatria) The supersonic transports will now used. Should planes be
psiquiatbe flying so fast that ram built to fly in the area of 5
S1967 FAMILY CALENDAR pressure and friction will cause times the speed of sound, or
(Continued from page 1) the air frame to heat up to the 3,300 miles per hour, they may
In addition to the 1957 ca- point where ordinary kerosene require so-called cryogenic
lendar, employee-taken photo- and other types of jet fuel fuels, such as liquid methane,
graphs illustrated the Lago ca- could undergo chemical changes. which is natural gas liquefied
lenders in 1955, 1959, 1960, Esso Research had the job of at very low temperatures.
1962 and 1963.
Additional July Ideas
Pay Off In CashlGifts
Four additional employees
were among the July CYI win-
ners. Among them was a new
suggester, Prisiliano R. Kock,
an assistant operator in Pro-
cess-Refining Division. His idea
called for installing a steam
trap in the line to the soot
blowers at No. 8 Rerun furnace.
In addition to a cash award of
Fls. 35, he received a scale as a
gift for being a new suggester.
Other July CYI winners were:
Emiterio Croes, Process-Refi-
ning, FIs. 50
Gerardo D. Stamper, Process- MRS. C. BROWNE is one of the female employees who follow key
Refining FIs. 35 punch training under direction of Comptroller's F. S. Ruiz.
Francisco Koolman, Mechanical- SRA. C. BROWNE ta uno di e empleadanan kende ta sigui key
Machinist FIs. 25 punch training bao direction di F. S. Ruiz.


C. Quandus (I), V. Willems (r) get Key Punch training from F. S. Ruiz.
C. Quandus (r), V. Willems (d) ta haya Key Punch training di F. S.
Ruiz.


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