Aruba Esso news
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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 16, 1967
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Lago Oil & Transport Co. Ltd.

Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd. O D

VOL 28 No. 13

President Murray Commends Employees

For Safety Achievement During 1966

"Once again you have made
Lago the safest refinery in
the world. I wish to congratu-
late each and every one of our
employees for his contribution
towards achieving first place
in the National Safety Coun-
cil contest during 1966." With
these words, President W. A.
Murray commended the em-
ployees recently for their sa-
fety accomplishment last year.
Lago employees earned first
place award and an award of
merit in the National Safety
Council contest while compet-
ing with fourteen major oil
refineries throughout the
Our disabling injury freq-
uency rate was 0.81. This
means that Lago employees
sustained less than one dis-
abling injury for every' mil-
lion manhours worked, while
the average major refinery
experienced almost four times
as many.

"There is still a big chal-
lenge awaiting us," says Saf-
ety Head John W. Hodgson.
"Last year, notwithstanding
the reduction in disabling in-
juries, employees were in-
volved in more accidents and
suffered more minor injuries
than in 1965. Experience tells
us that a fixed number of ac-
cidents produce a certain num-
ber of minor injuries. And a
high number of minor injuries
result in a definite number of
serious injuries or even fatal-
ities," Mr. Hodgson remarked.
"Our objective, therefore,
should be to reduce all kinds
of accidents. This requires
more effort and alertness
from each of us," he noted.
Lago's safety record for the
past ten years shows that our
company achieved five first
places and three second places
during the past decade.

Seven Employees Move To Higher Posts

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ANOTHER PROOF of the safety accomplishment"
of Lago employees is set in place by President W.
A. Murray in the General Office Building. With a
frequency rate of 0.81 in 1966, Lago won first
place award in the National Safety Council con-
test, competing with fourteen major oil refineries.

UN OTRO prueba di e exito di empleadonan den
seguridad ta ser poni na su lugar pa President W.
A. Murray den Oficina Grandi. Cu un frecuencia
di 0.81 na 1966, empleadonan di Lago a gana pro-
mer lugar den concurso di Conseho Nacional di
Seguridad, competiendo cu 14 refineria grand.

With Promotions Effective June First President Murray TaEulogia Empleadonan

Seven employees from four
departments moved to new po-
sitions effective June 1.
Miss Sylvia Westfall be-
came Directress of Nursing in
the Medical Department, while
in the Comptroller's Dept. D.
Navas was promoted to Ac-
countant-General Accounting
and P. Lo Fo Sang to Accoun-
tant-Financial Accounting. F.
R. Astbury of Technical Dept.
became Supervising Chemist
of the Analytical/Develop-

Psychiatry and Psychiatric
Nursing at Columbia Univer-
sity. Miss Westfall; who is
single, enjoys swimming, sew-
ing and listening to music du-
ring her leisure time. Al-
though she hasn't made any
real plans yet, she'd like to
go on a greyhound bus trip in
Western U.S.A. on her next
Dalmatius Navas began his
Lago career as an Apprentice
"D" at the Lago Vocational

Pa nan Prestacion den Seguridadna 1966

"Un bez mas boso a haci
Lago e refineria di,,major se-
guridad den henter mundo. Mi
ta duna pabien na cada uno di
nos empleadonan individual-
mente, pa nan contribution di
a logra promer lugar den e
concurso di Conseho Nacional
di Seguridad durante 1966".
Cu e palabranan ey Presi-
dente W. A. Murray a elogia

empleadonan algun dia pasn
pa loke nan a logra den segu-
ridad anja past.

Empleadonan di Lago a ga-
na un premio di promer lugar
y un premio di merito den e
concurso organism door di
Conseho Nacional di Seguri-
dad, mientras nan tabata
compete cu diezcuater refine-
ria grand den henter mundo.

Nos frecuencia di desgracia
cu ta causa perdida di tempu
na trabao tabata 0.81. Esey
kier meen cu empleadonan di
Lago a sufri menos cu un des-
gracia incapacitante pa cada
miljon di ora traha, mientras
e refineria di major grandura
a sufri cuater bez mas hopi.
"Pero toch nos tin nos di-
lanti un desafio grandi" asina
John W. Hodgson, hefe di se-
guridad ta bisa. "Anja pasn,
aunque tabatin un reduction
di desgracianan incapacitante,
empleadonan a hanja nan mes

den mas desgracia y nan a
sufri mas hdrida menor cu
den anja 1965. Experiencia ta
bisa nos cu un ciertu cantidad
di desgracia ta produce un
ciertu cantidad di heridanan
menor. Pero tambe .un canti-
dad haltu di desgracianan di
menos importancia lo result
den un cantidad fiho di des-
gracianan serio y hasta mor-
to", Sr. Hodgson a remarca.

"Loke nos kier logra anto,
ta di reduci tur sorto di des-
gracia. Esey ta exigi mas es-
fuerzo y mas atencion di cada
un di nos", el a bisa.

Lago su historic di seguri-
dad durante ultimo diez anja
ta mustra cu nos compania a
logra cincu promer lugar y
trees segundo lugar durante
e ultimo decenio.

Schedulelof Paydays
Semi-Monthly: IJune 26
Monthly & Semi-Monthly:
Julygl 1

ment Section of the Laborato-
ries. In the Process Depart-
ment, A. Kock of Refining Di-
vision was named Process
Training Coordinator, while
F. E. Britten and J. A. Daniel
were promoted to shift fore-
man in the Oil Movements
Miss Westfall was original-
ly employed in Lago's Medi-
cal Department as Nurse Su-
pervisor in 1959. She had pre-
viously worked 11 years as
Nurse Supervisor with Creole
Petroleum Corporation in Ve-
nezuela. Before her June 1
promotion, Miss Wetfall was
Nurse Coordinator since 1965.
She is a graduate from St.
Francis' Hospital School of
Nursing, Charleston, West
Virginia, and also studied

School. He progressed through
various apprentice categories,
becoming a Process Helper
"C" in the High Pressure
Stills in 1947. The following
year he was transferred to
the Accounting Department
(now Comptroller's), where
he advanced to Materials
Clerk I in September, 1958.
Before his June 1 promotion
Mr. Navas had been a Sr. Ac-
counting Clerk since 1965.
Mr. Navas attended the St.
Dominicus College in Oranje-
stad before his apprentice-
ship at Lago. He took several
ICS Accounting Courses and
followed an Effective Writing
Course recently. A football
enthusiast and a football play-
er in the past, he also enjoys
fishing. He's married and has

F. R. Astbury

two daughters. Mr. Navas is
contemplating a trip to Cara-
cas on his next vacation.
Paul E. Lo Fo Sang has
spent his entire Lago career
in the Accounting Depart-
ment. His employment began
in 1945 as Apprentice Clerk
"C". He advanced through va-
rious clerical apprentice cate-
gories and became Junior
Clerk I a year later. He be-
came Sr. Accounting Clerk in
the Comptroller's Department
in 1965.
Mr. Lo o Sang, who ob-
tained his Mulo "B" diploma
in Surinam, worked for two
years at the Suriname Bank
as Office Clerk and one year
for the U.S. Armed Rorces be-
fore coming to Aruba. He's
(Continued on page 4)

CHILDREN WERE among the many .visitors a the Lag Science
Fair (See Pages 2 & 3).
MUCHANAN TABATA entire e hopi biahitantes na Lago Science
Fair (Mira Pagina 2 y 3).


A. Kock F. Britten


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June 16 1967

Lago Science Fair Stirs Creative Minds of Aruban Youth

Ninety-seven students from nine Aruba schools participated
in the Lago Science Fair with 59 projects. Exhibition of the
projects, divided into individual, small group and large group
projects, were held recently in Sociedad Bolivariana, Oranje-
stad, and in the Don Bosco Club in San Nicolas.
In the individual group, forty-five projects were on display
from students of Abraham de Veer School, John Wesley Col-
lege, John F. Kennedy School, -Augustinus College, Pieter Boer
School, Colegio Arubano and La Salle College.
Twelve projects in the Small Group category (two to five
students for each project) were submitted by 34 students from
Abraham de Veer School, John F. Kennedy School, Augustinus
College, La Salle College and Juliana School.
Only two schools submitted projects for the Large Group
category (6 and 12 students): Abraham de Veer School and
Providentia College.
Prizes were awarded to winners in the three categories as
follows: WATER TURBINE Generator.
Individual Projects turbina di awa.

1st Place: Julie Rovelet of Abraham de Veer School: Project -
2nd Place: Arie Sijtsma of Colegio Arubano: Project Wireless
3rd Place: Jan Willem Rebel of John Wesley College: Project -
Diode Radio with variable condenser.
In this category, four students received honorable mention:
JURY MEMBERS for Science Fair (Miembronan di Jurado): (First Jeffrey Francis of John Wesley College: Project Carbon Arc
three, I. to r.) Drs. H. J. Heitzman. Dr. van Veldhoven, Ir. R. A. Lamp.
Hodgson. Keith Bishop of John Wesley College: 3 Projects Periscope, 1
Electric Bell, Magnetic Motor.
Harold Kappel of Augustinus College: Project Crude Oil
Dorne Edwards of Colegio Arubano: Project Surface area
determination of polygon.
Small Group Projects
1st Place: Project Experiments in Topology by Dan Williams, BLAST FURNACE project.
Louis Larmonie of Juliana School. PROJECTO DI Forno.
tI JIT/ 2nd Place: Project Operating Model of Blast Furnace by
1Ruben de Wind, Hendrik Boekhouder, Charles Hazel, Francis
Lejuez, Lucio Abath of John F. Kennedy School.

-Large Group Projects

1st Place: Project Out Growth to Healthy Adulthood Through
Good Nutrition, by students of Providentia College: Carla
Mohammed, Claudia Quashie, Verna Adolphus, Greetje Finley,
Vilma Berkel, Martha Guadeloupe, Frieda Haynes, Gracia Wout,
Cela Nicolaas, Francis Rovelet, Marcella Hazel and Agnes

Prizes to be awarded to winners include portable typewriter,
taperecorder, telescopes, microscope science kit, cameras, en-
cyclopedia, binoculars and books.
Also the participating schools will be given prizes, such as
general biology chart, aquarium, elementary dissecting kit,
molecular model kit, spectrometer, glass blowing kit, turbine TOPOLOGY PROJECT.
t-. /',w generator kit and battery chemistry kit.TOPOLOGY PROJECT.
S.- The Lago Science Fair Committee is under chairmanship of PROJECTO DI Topologia.
-. N. P. Schindeler. Members are H. A. Hoo, R. H. MacDonald,
I D. V. Thompson, H. C. Miller and E. M. de Kort, secretary.

DESAROLJO HISTORICO di trahamento di cas.

JAN REBEL'S Diode radio.

CARLA MOHAMMED with her group's Nutrition project.
CARLA MOHAMMED cu project di Nutricion di su grupo.

JULIE ROVELET (left) with Corals.

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Lago Su Feria Cientifica Ta Inspira
Nobenta y siete estudiante di nuebe school di Aruba a parti-
cipa na Lago su Feria Cientifica, cu 59 project. Exhibicion di
e projectonan ey, reparti den projectonan individual, di grupo-
nan chikito y gruponan grand, a tuma lugar algun dia pasi
den Sociedad Bolivariana na Playa, y den Don Bosco Club na
San Nicolas.
Den e grupo individual tabatin cuarenta y cincu project ex-
hibi, cual a worde recibi di estudiantenan di Abraham de Veer
School, John Wesley College, John F. Kennedyschool, Augus-
tinus College, Pieter Boer School, Colegio Arubano y La Salle
Diezdos project den e categoria di grupo chikito (dos te
Scincu estudiante pa cada project) a bini di 34 estudiante di
I Abraham de Veer School, John F. Kennedy School, Augustinus
College, La Salle College y Juliana School.
Solamente dos school a entrega projectonan den e categoria
di gruponan grand (6 y 12 estudiante): Abraham de Veer
School y Providentia College.
Premionan a bai pa ganadornan den e tres categoria manera
ta sigui:
Pro ectonan Individual

ler lugar: Julie Rovelet di Abraham de Veer School: Projecto:
2do lugar: Arie Sijtsma di Colegio Arubano: Projecto: Aparato
di intercomunicacion sin waja.
3er lugar: Jan Willem Rebel di John Wesley College: Projecto:
Radio diodo cu condensador variabel.
Den e categoria aki cuater estudiante a recibi.mencion hon-
Jeffrey Francis di John Wesley College: Projecto: Lampi di
arca di carbon.
Keith Bishop di John Wesley College: 3 Projectos: Periscopio,
bel di coriente, motor magnetic.
Harold Kappel di Augustinus College: Projecto: Destilacion di
zeta crudo.
S Dome Edwards di Colegio Arubano: Projecto: Determinacion
S di superficio di un poligono.
FUEL CELL project by Robert
Rawlins is in center. Projectonan di Grupo Chikito
PROJECTO "FUEL Cell" di Ro- ler lugar: Projecto: Experimentonan den Topologia door di
bert Rawlins ta den centro. Dan Williams, Louis Larmonie di Juliana School.
2do lugar: Projecto: Modelo trahando di un fogon pa dirti heru
door di Ruben de Windt, Hendrik Boekhouder, Charles Hazel,
Francis Lejuez y Lucio Abath di John F. Kennedy School.
Projectonan di Grupo Grandi
ler lugar: Projecto: Corn nos ta crece bira hende grand pa
medio di bon alimento, door di estudiantenan di Providentia
College: Carla Mohammed, Claudia Quashie; Verna Adolphus,
Greetje Finley, Vilma Berkel, Martha Guadeloupe, Frieda
Haynes, Gracia Wout, Cela Nicolaas, Francis Rovelet, Marcella
Hazel y Agnes Monte.
E premionan cu lo worde dunk na ganadornan ta inclui
mashin di scirbi portatil; taperecorder; telescopia; juego di
ciencia cu microscopic; camera; encyclopedia, kijker y boeki.
Tambe e schoolnan participate lo recibi premio, manera un
mapa di biologia general; acuario; juego pa disecta bestia;
mnodelo di moleculonan; spectrometer; juego pa supla glas;
juego di un generador di turbina y un juego di quimica di
HERBARIUM PROJECT in fore- bacteria.
ground. E comision di Lago su Feria Cientifica ta bao presidencia di
N. P. Schindeler. Miembronan ta H. A. Hoo; R. H. MacDonald;
PROJECTO DI Coleccion di Flor D. V. Thompson; H. C. Miller mientras E. M. de Kort ta Secre-
secu mas dilanti. tario.

Talento di


CORALS IN foreground, shipbuilding project in background.
KORAL (DILANTI) y trahamento di bapor, mas patras.

OIL PROCESSING Unit in foreground.
PLANTA DI Retina zeta (dilanti).

ELECTRIC MOTOR and Herbarium.

Wireless Intercom.

HOME BUILDING development project.
DESAROLJO DI trahamento di cas.

U.S. INDIAN Community.
COMUNIDAD DI Indian na Es-
tados Unidos

Acetylene Generator Generador di Acetileno.

une 16 1967



June 16, 1967

Two Return From U.S. With Chemical

Two Arubans, Juan Nogu-
era and Henry de Cuba return-
ed from the West Virginia In-
stitute of Technology recently
as chemical engineers. Mr. No-
guera studied under the Lago
Educational Assistance Prog-
ram. Mr. de Cuba followed his
engineering study with a La-
go Scholarship Foundation
grant. Both men left Lago in
August, 1963.
An apprentice of the 1951
class, Mr. Noguera had won a
one-year scholarship from La-
go in 1955 to study at the Al-
lentown High School.
Recently, before his gradu-
ation in May, Mr. Noguera
won a first prize from Union
Carbide Corporation Metals
Division at Alloy (W.V.) for
a treatise on "Production of
Activated, Carbon from Sewage
Sludge." Union Carbide gives
these awards annually to che-
mical engineering students in
recognition of their academic
excellence and specifically for
the best papers describing se-
nior projects.
Mr. Noguera served as a
member of the school's Stud-

ent Council for two years. He
had been president of the In-
ternational Club during three
semesters. In that capacity, he
introduced two new activities:
the annual International Fes-
tival and the International
With his slide presentations
and talks on Aruba, Mr. No-
guera had also acted as a
goodwill ambassador for Aru-
ba. He showed an Aruba car-
nival film to various organi-
zations, such as Rotary, Lions,
high schools, and church or-
ganizations in the area as well
as on TV. His three eldest
children have also acted as
singers and dancers on various
As chemical engineering
seniors, Messrs. Noguera and
de Cuba attended a 21-hour
symposium on computer spon-
sored by the Instrument Soc-
iety of America.
At present, Mr. Noguera is
working in the CP&OM sec-
tion of Technical-Process En-
gineering and is contact en-
gineer for the crude units.
Mr. de Cuba had been an

Engineering Degrees
UTS graduate in mechanical
engineering from Holland. He
followed his practical training
year at Lago in Mechanical-
Instrument and was later as-
signed as an engineering as-
sistant in Technical-Process
He had worked at Lago as
a summer student in 1964 and
followed two summer courses
at his school.
Mr. de Cuba was on the
school's soccer team. During
the school's annual Interna-
tional Festival, he and Mrs.
Noguera had given shows in
local dances, such as Meren-
gue and Tumba. During the
annual International Dinner at
the school, Mr. de Cuba and
friends also let other students
savor the Aruban dish "Aroz
con Polio" (Fried Rice-Aru-
ban Style).
In December last year, Mr.
de Cuba married Miss Sonja
Truman. At present, Mr. de
Cuba is assigned to CP&LE
section of Tech.-Process En-
gineering and is contact en-
gineer for Alky/NFAR area.

D. Navas

HENRY DE CUBA returns as a chemical engineer from West Vir-
ginia Institute of Technology.
HENRY DE CUBA ta regresa como enginiero quimico for di West
Virginia Institute of Technology.

Beca di Lago Ta Yuda Dos Arubano

Obtene Grado di
Dos Arubiano, Juan No-
guera y Henry de Cuba a
bolbe for di West Virginia
Institute of Technology como
ingeniero quimico reciente-
mente. Sr. Noguera a studia
bao Lago su program di
asistencia educational conoci
como LEAP. Sr. de Cuba a
haci su studio di ingenieria
cu beca di Lago Scholarship
Foundation. Tur dos a bai for
di Lago na Augustus di 1963.
Despues di a cuminza como
aprendiz den clas di 1951, Sr.
Noguera a gana beca di un
anja di Lago pa studia na Al-
lentown High School na 1955.
Poco dia past, promer cu el
a gradua na Mei, Sr. Noguera
a gana promer premio di

JUAN NOGUERA earned his chemical engineering degree from West
Virginia Institute of Technology.
JUAN NOGUERA a haya su grado di enginiero quimico for di West
Virginia Institute of Technology.

Seven Promotio
(Continued from page 1)
taken ICS courses in Practi-
cal and General Accounting
at Lago. Mr. Lo Fo Sang, who
likes to keep fit, plays tennis
and golf in his spare time.
He's married and has three
daughters and a son.
F. Ralph Astbury joined
Lago in 1963 as a chemist in
Technical-Lab. No. 3. The fol-
lowing year he was promoted
to senior chemist in the Anal-
ytical/Development Section of
the Laboratories, which posi-
tion he held at the time of his
recent promotion.
A B.A graduate in Chem-
istry, with honors, from the
University of British Colum-
bia in 1957, he majored in
mathematics. Prior to his
transfer to Lago, Mr. Astbury
was employed with Imperial
Oil Co., Ltd. in its labora-
tory at loco Refinery, British
Columbia, Canada. Well ex-
perienced in all phases of lab-
oratory activity, he has work-
ed as a sample boy, inspection
chemist, gas lab chemist, an-
alytical chemist and assistant
chief chemist. He also spent
a year in the Operations An-
alysis Dept. at loco Refinery.
His hobbies include playing
bridge and tennis; he's also a
t a p e recorder enthusiast.
Treasurer of the Esso Club,

ns Announced |
he's also Purchasing Agent
for the Esso Tennis Club.
Married, he's the father of
two children, ages 23 months
and 7 months. On his next
vacation he hopes to go to the
northern part of Canada to
get the feel again of snow
Adolf Kock started his La-
go career in 1950 as Student
1-B in the Industrial Rela-
tions. In 1953, he transferred
to Process-L.O.F. where he
advanced to Jr. Process Clerk
in 1957, and to Process Clerk
II in the Oil Movements Div.
in 1964. Before his recent pro-
motion, he'd been a Process
Technician in Process Refin-
ing Administration since
A Lago Vocational Student
of the 1950 Class, Mr. Kock
has earned an advanced typ-
ing diploma, an English diplo-
ma from Career Institute and
followed an Effective Writing
Course at Lago. On his own
time, he studied Basic Chem-
istry and Petroleum Industry
at the John F. Kennedy School
in Oranjestad.
He also attended the Uni-
versity of Dayton in Ohio for
one year. Before his June 1
promotion, he'd been working
closely with Joe D. Midwikis
(Process Training Adviser
from Baton Rouge, La.) in

P. Lo Fo Sang

the Process Training Program
since it started in 1965. Mr.
Kock, who is married, en-
joys traveling and meeting
people. He has visited South
America and several states
from New York to Miami. He
plans to visit other states in
America on his next vacation.
Mr. Francisco E. Britten
began at Lago in 1951 as a
Lago Vocational student. In
1954 he was a Sr. Student
"B" in L.O.F. where he ad-
vanced to Process Helper "C"
a year later. In Process, Oil
Movements, he became assis-
tant operator and operator,
the position he held before his
recent promotion.
Mr. Britten who attended
St. Dominicus .College in
Oranjestad before coming to
Lago, took first-aid training
while at the Lago Vocational
School. He has completed a
Process Training Course and
recently attended a Computer
Theory Seminar.
He's presently assigned on
the Oil Movements Moderni-

zation Project doing field
work in the tank farm area.
One of his hobbies is culti-
vating fruit trees in his gar-
den. A married man, he has
3 children. On his next vaca-
tion he's planning to go on a
round trip aboard one of the
Graceline ships which call at
Aruba every week.
Before his June 1 promo-
tion, Julian A. Daniel had
been an operator in Process-
Oil Movements since 1955.
After graduating from the
Aruba Technical School in
1954, he started to work at
Lago as a Sr. Student "B" in
the Acid & Edeleanu Plant.
He progressed through the
various process helper catego-
ries in the Process Dept. and
in 1963 was promoted to as-
sistant operator.
Mr. Daniel enjoys reading,
swimming and progressive
jazz. This summer he hopes
to visit Puerto Rico, U.S.A.
and the Expo '67 in Montreal,

Enginiero Quimico
Union Carbide Corporation,
division di metalnan na Alloy,
estado West Virginia, pa un
tratado cu el a scirbi titular
"Produccion di Carbon Activ&
for di Sedimento di Riool".
Union Carbide ta duna e pre-
mio nan ey cada anja na estu-
diantenan di ingenieria qui-
mica como reconocemento di
nan excelencia academic, y
particularmente pa e mehor
tratadonan cu ta describe pro-
jectonan grand. Sr. Noguera
a actua dos anja como miem-
bro di Conseho Estudiantil di
e school. E tabata tambe pre-
sidente di Club Internacional
durante tres semestre. Den e
capacidad ey el a introduce
dos actividad nobo: un Festi-
val Internacional y Comemen-
to International pa cada anja.
Cu su presentacionnan di
slide y discursonan tocante
Aruba, Sr. Noguera a traha
tambe como embahador di
bon boluntad pa Aruba. El a
mustra peliculo di carnaval na
various organisacion, manera
Rotarios, Leones, highschool,
y organisacionnan di misa den
e region caminda e tabata
studia, y tambe pa television.
Su tres yiunan mayor tambe
a actua como cantante y bai-
larin na various occasion.
Como estudiantenan cu
hoofdvak quimica, Sres. No-
guera y de Cuba a asisti na
un simposio di 21 ora riba
computador, patrocini door
di Sociedad di Instrumento di
Actualmente Sr. Noguera
ta traha den CP&OM section
di Technical-Process Engin-
eering y ta enginiero di con-
tacto pa plantanan di crudo.
Sr. de Cuba a caba UTS den
ingenieria mecanica na Hu-
landa. El a sigi su entrena-
mento practice di un anja na
Lago trahando den Mechani-
cal-Instrument, y despues el a
traha como asistente di inge-
nieria den Technical-Process
Na 1964 el a traha na Lago
como estudiante durante ve-
rano, y el a tuma dos curso
di verano na su school.
Na December di anja pask
Sr. de Cuba a cass cu Sefiorita
Sonja Truman.
Actualmente Sr. de Cuba ta
traha como ingeniero di con-
tacto pa region di Alky/NFAR.