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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: July 14, 1967
Frequency: biweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Petroleum industry and trade -- Periodicals -- Aruba   ( lcsh )
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Language: Text in English and papiamento.
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- 1940-
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VOL. 28, No. 15


New Aruba Research Center Is Opened

Using Facilities Provided by Company


City University of New
York has established a re-
search center on Aruba. This
was announced jointly recent-
ly by Lago and a univer-
sity representative. At a
press conference in Astoria
Hotel July 5, Lago President
W.A. Murray disclosed that
the company had made avail-
able the former Seroe Colo-
rado High School building
and other facilities.
Dr. Frank Conant, head
of the Hunter College An-
thropology Department told
the press conference that:
"This center is ideally lo-
cated as a research base for
investigations that could in-
clude the entire Caribbean
and portions of the South
American continent."
Since the research of this
part of the Caribbean has on-
ly been on a limited basis to
date, establishment of the
center in Aruba will provide
an incentive to the world's
scholars to take an interest
in the progress here.
At the same time, the City
University of New York has
an enrollment of some 140,000
students and faculty, many


of whom would possibly be
encouraged to visit the is-
land.
At the press conference Dr.
Conant also pointed out that
this closer relationship be-
tween the Antilles and City
University of New York
could result in scholarships
being made available to area
students.
It is expected that by Au-
gust 1, at least twelve re-
search specialists and their
families will have moved in-
to Aruba and begun manning
the center. Even now in the
early stages, the center is
able to provide a few employ-
ment opportunities and is a
source of purchasing power.
In the initial stages the
center will concentrate its
efforts on Aruba and its im-
mediate neighbors in the Ne-
therlands Antilles. The first
research will be conducted on
Papiamento, cave paintings
in Aruba and Bonaire and an
analysis will be made of the
archeological finds that have
been uncovered in recent
years.
A six-man pilot staff, in-
(Continued on page 6)


Special Scholarship Grants Will Offer

Engineering Careers to Three Arubans
This year, three more of the Chester will study mechanic-
island's young men will be al engineering at the Univer-
able to advance their educa- sity of Rhode Island.
tion in the U.S. under the Chester has a brother,
LagoSpecial Educational Pro- Frank, who has completed his
gram for Outstanding Stud- second year of shipmate train-
ents. ing at the nautical school at
The outstanding students Delfzijl, Holland, with a Lago
are: Chester W. Vlaun, Ro- Scholarship Foundation grant.
bert M. Lopez-Henriquez and Robert, 15, is a graduate in
Ruberd A. Barry. the math and science curricu-
Student Vlaun, 20, recently lum of the HBS (Secondary
graduated from the UTS (Ad- School). He is the son of Ro-
vanced Technical School), af- berto Lopez-Henriquez and
ter earning his MULO-B di- will be studying chemical en-
ploma at the John Wesley gineering at the Rose Poly-
College. He is the son of Da- technic Institute.
vid A. Vlaun, a Lago annuit- The other outstanding stu-
ant who retired as an opera- dent is Ruberd A. Barry, 18,
tor after 29 years of service. (Continued on page 2)


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July 14, 1907


LEASE CONTRACT for buildings provided to CONTRACT DI huur pa edificios poni disponible
Aruba Research Center is signed by President na Aruba Research Center ta ser firms pa Presi-
W. A. Murray. Present on the occasion were (I to dent W. A. Murray. Present na e acto aki tabata
r): N. P. Schindeler, B. E. Nixon, Dr. Annamarie (r pa d): N. P. Schindeler, B. E. Nixon, Dr. Anna-
Malefijt, W. A. Murray, Dr. Frank Conant, J. marie Malefijt, W. A. Murray, Dr. Frank Conant,


Stenfert-Kroese.


J. Stenfert-Kroese.


Tres Empleado Di Tres Beca Snecial di Laeo Lo Ofrece Carera


Departamento Ta Avanza
Pa Puesto Nobo lull 1
Tres empleado a haya pro-
mocion efectivo Juli 1. Paul
G. Richmond a bira enginiero
supervisorio pa Secion di Ca-
talytic & Light Ends di Tech-
nical-Process Engineering; R.
R. Geerman a move pa e po-
sicion di shift supervisor den
Process-Oil Movements y I-
do Donata a avanza pa super-
visor regional den Mechani-
cal-Maintenance & Construc-
tion.
Mientras el a cuminza na
Lago na October, 1965, Sr.
Richmond anteriormente a
traha pa seis anja cu Esso En-
gineering y pa dos anja y mei
cu Esso International.
El a traha como un assis-
tant staff engineer cu Esso
Engineering den Process and
Project Design. Cu Esso In-
ternational, el tabata un re-
presentante di ventas pa coor-
(Continud na pagina 6)


Di Enginiero na Tres Hoben Arubano
E anja aki, tres mas di e E otro estudiante sobresa-
hobenan di e isla lo por bai liente ta Ruberd A. Barry, di
avanza nan education den Es- 18 anja, kende a recibi su
tados Unidos bao Lago Su HBS-B diploma recientemente.
Program Special di Educa- Na 1965, el a haya su MULO-
cion pa Estudiantes Sobresa- B diploma na John Wesley
liente. College.
E estudiantenan excelente Su tata, Jacques E. Barry,
ta: Chester W. Vlaun, Robert ta un pensionista di Lago,
M. Lopez-Henriquez y Ruberd kende a bai biba na St. Maar-
A. Barry. ten. Ruberd a registra na Ro-
Estudiante Vlaun, di 20 an- se Polytechnic Institute na
ja, recientemente a gradua Terre Haute, Indiana, na unda
for di UTS (Uitgebreid Tech- el lo bai studio enginieria
nische School) despues di a quimica.
obtene su MULO-B diploma Promer cu principia nan
na John Wesley College. El ta studio di enginiera, tur tres
yiu di David A. Vlaun, un estudiantes lo sigui promer un
pensionista di Lago kende a program intensive di seis si-
bai cu pension como un opera- man di Ingles na North Ca-
tor despues di 29 anja di ser- rolina State University na
vicio. Chester lo bai studio en- Raleigh, N.C.
ginieria mechanical na Univer- Den anjanan anterior, dos
sidad di Rhode Island. estudiante excelente a recibi
Chester tin tambe un ruman e beurs special ski cu tur gas-
homber, Frank, kende a cabs to paga, cual ta designL pa
su segundo anja di enseyanza produci mas enginiero Antili-
como stuurman na e school ano. R. E. Bergen awor ta stu-
nautico na Delfzjl, Holanda, diando enginieria quimico na
cu un ayudo di Lago Scholar- Rose Polytechnic Institute,
ship Foundation. mientras Reimundo Barros lo
Robert, di 15 anja, a gradua matricula na e mes Institute
den B vaknan (matematica y na September e anja aki. Rei-
ciencia) na Colegio Arubano. mundo a caba di complete un
El ta yiu bomber di Roberto curso preliminario di enginie-
Lopez-Henriquez y lo bai stu- ria na Marianapolls Prepara-
dia enginieria quimica na tory School, y a sal segundo
Rose Polytechnic Institute. (Continud na pagina 4)


STUDENTS AND parents are in President Mur- DOS ESTUDIANTES y mayornan tabata den off-
ray's Office for signing scholarship contracts: cina di President Murray pa firm contract dl
(I to r) Robert Lopez-Henriquez and his father, beca: (r pa d) Robert Lopez-Henriquez y su tata,
W. A. Murray, D. A. Vlaun and son Chester. W. A. Murray, D. A. VIaun y yiu Chester.


THIS NEW Lago Program is on Radio Antillana (see page 5).
E PROGRAMA nobo ski ta na Radio Antiliana (mirk pagina 5).





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Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd. 0 aW
PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER FRIDAY AT AUBA, NETHEULANDS ANTILLES.
BY LAiO OIL A TRANSPORT CO., LTD.
Printed by the Veraenlae AnutllS e Dlkkerlmn N.V., Nea At.
-. Villanueva, Editor L. 1. De Lange, Publications Asst.
SM. De Cuba, Photographer A. Werleman, Associate Editor


Students


As a means to help Aruba students develop interest in var-
ious fields and to help stir their organizing and creative abili-
ties, the first Science Fair was held last month by the Lago
Science Fair Committee.
The rewards for the young men and women were not only
the prizes, but the rewarding experience of conceiving new
ideas, organizing a work plan, overcoming problems and finally
achieving the end result: a science project.
A science fair brings not only personal experience, but it
represents a way of sharing that experience with other fellow
participants and the entire community...... This means a mea-
sure of progress for all who take an interest in the creativity
and energy of Aruba's youth.
Lago believes in this kind of partnership in progress and,
therefore, the Science Fair Committee will organize another
science fair next year under Lago's sponsorship.


Nobo Pa


Estudiantes


Como un medio pa yuda estudiantes di Aruba desarolja in-
teres den varies ramo y pa yuda stimula nan abilidadnan orga-
nizador y creative, e promer Science Fair a ser teni luna pasa
door di Comit6 di Lago pa Science Fair.
E recompensa pa e hobennan no tabata solamente e premio-
nan, pero e experiencia recompensador di concebi ideanan nobo,
organize un plan di trabao, super problemanan y finalmente
logra e resultado final: un proyecto cientifico.
Un Science Fair no ta trece solamente experiencia personal,
pero el ta represents un medio pa comparti tal experiencia cu
otro participants y cu henter comunidad...... Esaki ta nifica
un cierto grado di progress pa tur esnan cu ta tuma interest
den e creatividad y energia di hubentud di Aruba.
Lago ta kere den e clause di socio den progress aki, y pesey e
Comit6 di Science Fair lo organize un otro Science Fair otro
anja bao auspicio di Lago.

S Three Arubans Earn Special Scholarships


from page 1)
Institute while Reimundo
Barros will enroll at the same
Institute in September this
year. Reimundo just complet-
ed his pre-engineering course
at the Marianapolis Prepara-
tory School, having ranked
second out of a graduating
class of 36 students. At pre-
sent he is a summer student
assigned to Mechanical-Mat-
erials.
For the three new scholar-
ship winners, the investment
in learning will amount to ap-
proximately Fls. 120,000 for
a four-year period. These spe-
cial scholarships are intended
to help meet Lago's growing
requirements for professional
and technical personnel.
To qualify, the student
must:
- have outstanding grades;
- be recommended favorably
by his school;


(Continued
who earned his HBS-B diplo-
ma recently. In 1965, he ob-
tained his MULO-B diploma
at the John Wesley College.
His father, Jacques E. Bar-
ry, is a Lago annuitant, who
has settled in St. Maarten.
Ruberd enrolled at the Rose
Polytechnic Institute at Terre
Haute, Indiana, where he will
study chemical engineering.
Before starting the study
of engineering, all three stud-
ents will first follow a six-
week intensive English pro-
gram at the North Carolina
State University at Raleigh,
N.C.
In previous years, two out-
standing students were grant-
ed the special, all-expense
paid scholarship designed to
produce more Antillean -en-
gineers. R. E. Bergen is now
studying chemical engineer-
ing at the Rose Polytechnic


ON LEFT picture, outstanding students Robert
M. Henriquez (1) and Ruberd A. Barry (r) pose
with their school principal Van Roosmalen. At
right, Chester W; Vlaun works on drawing board
while two of his teachers of Advanced Technical
School look on.


- score well on tests given
by Lago and on the Col-
lege Entrance Examina-
tion Board tests;
- expect to be a long-term
resident of Aruba;
- be willing to make a career
with Lago.


ARUBA SPORT Union President
I. Franka crowns 1967 Aruba
Sport Queen Shirley Bradshaw.
PRESIDENT DI ASU I. Franka
ta corona Reina di Deporte di
Aruba pa 1967 Shirley Bradshaw.


Schedule of Paydays

Semi-Monthly
July 25

Monthly & Semi-Monthly
August 9


NA PORTRET robez, estudiantes excelente Robert
M. Henriquez (r) y Ruberd A. Barry (d) ta para
huntu cu nan Director di School Van Roosmalen.
Na drechi, Chester W. Vlaun ta pinta mientras
dos di su maestronan di UTS (John F. Kennedy
School) ta mirando.


Richmond, Geerman, Donata Promoted

To New Positions Effective July 1


Three employees earned
promotions effective July 1st.
Paul G. Richmond became su-
pervising engineer for Catal-
ytic & Light Ends Section of
Technical-Process Engineer-
ing; R. R. Geerman moved to
the position of shift supervi-
sor in Process-Oil Movements
and Ildo Donata advanced to
regional supervisor in Mech-
anical-Maintenance & Con-
struction.
Having started at Lago in
October, 1965, Mr. Richmond
had previously worked for
six years with Esso Engineer-
ing and for two and a half
years with Esso International.
He worked as an assistant
staff engineer with Esso En-
gineering in Process and Pro-
ject Design. With Esso Inter-
national, he had been a mark-
eting representative for avia-
tion fuels coordination for
Europe and Asia. At Lago,
Mr. Richmond worked as con-
tact engineer for PCAR and
on the new GAR-1 compres-
sor. He has a BS degree in
chemical engineering from the
Northeastern University of
Boston, Massachussetts.
Married, and having a
child born in Aruba, Mr.
Richmond shares a strong in-
terest with his family in pre-
paring gourmet foods of all
types.
Mr. Geerman started in
Marine in May, 1946 as a


Messenger. B. Having spent
all his career in marine oper-
ations, he became a Marine
cable clerk in 1955, a utility
clerk in 1956 and a clearance
clerk in 1958.
Prior to his July 1 promo-
tion, Mr. Geerman had been a
Marine Dispatcher since July,
1965.


P. G. Richmond


Mr. Donata began as a pipe
yardman in Mechanical-Pipe
in December, 1951.
He progressed through the
pipefitter categories and be-
came a foreman of Pipe Craft
in August, 1960. Mr. Donata
had been an area supervisor
in Mechanical-Maintenance &
Construction since March,
1965.


ON PICTURE left, Lago Scholarship Committee Secretary R. A. Nicolaas just pre-
sented a letter to Mr. D. A. Vlaun, announcing a special scholarship' for his son
Chester (4th from left). In center, the announcement to student Ruberd Barry (ex-
treme right) was made to his guardian in Aruba, Mr. E. Carti (2nd from left). In
picture, at right, the announcement was made to Mr. R. Lopez-Henriquez, father of
outstanding student Robert (extreme right).


ARIBA PORTRET robez, Secretario di Lago Scholarship Comite R. A. Nicolaas a
caba di present un carta na Sr. D. A. Vlaun anunciando un beca special pa su yiu
Chester (4o di robez). Den centro, e anuncio na estudiante Ruberd Barry (mas na
drechij a ser haci na su voogd na Aruba, Sr. E. Carti (2do di robez). Den portret na
drechi, e anuncio a ser haci na Sr. R. Lopez-Henriquez, tata di estudiante excelente
Robert (mas na drechi).


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


A New


Experience For


Experiencia


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Jul- 14 1957


Science Fair Winners Receive Prizes;

Another Fair Announced For Next Year


PRESIDENT MURRAY addresses Science Fair
winners and teachers at recent award presentation
at the Esso Club.


Un otro esfuerzo pa yuda
hobennan Arubano amplifica
nan horizonte den ramo di
sciencia a ser anuncii pa Pre-
sident Murray recientemente
mientras premionan tabata
ser present na e ganadornan
di e Lago Science Fair na Es-
so Club.
Binti-dos scientificonan Ar-
ubano prometedor, maestro y
maestronan di school y repre-
sentantes di prensa a tende
Sr. Murray anuncia "cu Lago
lo auspicia un Science Fair
atrobe otro anja. Bash ariba
e experiencia cu e promer Fe-
ria, nos ta convenci cu boso
lo haci e siguiente Aruba
Science Fair un exito ainda
mas grandi"
Trinta y tres premio a bai
pa binti-dos estudiantes y


PRESIDENT MURRAY ta adresa ganadornan di
Science Fair y maestronan na presentation di
premios na Esso Club.


nuebe school participate. E
premionan tabata inclui ca-
mera, microscoop, mashien di
type y telescoop.
Den su remarcas, Sr. Mur-
ray tambe a bisa cu e exper-
iencia creative "cu boso a sin-
ja ta un parti asina basico di
naturaleza human cu berda-
deramente e ta forma un com-
pensacion cu ta surpass e va-
lor di cualkier premio cu bo
por gana."
E promer Science Fair or-
ganizk na Aruba luna pasi a
trece nobenta y siete partici-
pantes for di nuebe school.
Nan a manda aden 59 proyec-
tos, part den proyectos indi-
vidual, proyectos di grupo chi-
kito y proyectos di grupo
grand.


Another effort to help Aru-
ban youth widen their hori-
zon in the field of science was
announced by President Mur-
ray recently while presenting
prizes to the Lago Science
Fair winners at the Esso
Club.
Twenty-two budding Aru-
ban scientists, school teach-
ers and press representatives
heard Mr. Murray announce
"that Lago will sponsor a
Science Fair once again next
year. Based on the experience
with this first one, we are
convinced that you- will make
the next Aruba Science Fair
an even larger success."
Thirtyone prizes went to


twenty-two students and nine
participating schools. The
pries included cameras, mic-
rqscope kits, typewriters, and
telescopes.
In his remarks, Mr. Muray
also said that the creative ex-
perience "you learned is such
a basic part of human nature
that it is truly rewarding bey-
ond the value of any prizes
which, you may win."
The first Science Fair or-
ganized in Aruba last month
drew ninety-seven partici-
pants from nine schools. They
turned in 59 projects, divided
into individual, small group
and large group projects.


First orize


INDIVIDUAL PROJECT winners with N. P. Schindeler (left) and
W. A. Murray, extreme right.


SISTER HENRICA receives certificate and congratulations on behalf
of Providentia College.


LAGO SCIENCE Fair winners pose with President Murray and Science Pair Chairman Schindeler.


Ganadornan di Science Fair Ta Haya

Premios; Otro Fair Ta Ser Anuncia


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


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Esso Research Experts Conduct Test


Of New Foam and
As streams of cooling wa-
ter were being sprayed on
near-by tanks, black smoke
and flame billowed from the
top of tank 253. Hundreds lin-
ing the Lago fence near the
Snow Pile area watched the
spectacular sight
Men in protective clothing
ringed the base of the tank
handling fire hoses while
others operated fire trucks;
Mechanical giraffes seemed to
hang over the flames holding
men in their grasp who pho-
tographed and directed opera-
tions on the ground with the
use of two-way radios.
All this action was the re-
sult of testing a new fire-
fighting system and a special
foam which may have signifi-
cance throughout the petrol-
eum industry.
Lago now combats tank
fires by topside application of
conventional foam. With this
system, foam is pumped
through special foam lines to
the top of the tanks where
applicators spread the foam
across the surface of the oil
to smother the' flame. With
the new system, known as
subsurface foam injection, a
special "XL" foam is pumped
into the bottom of the tank
where the foam then rises
through the gasoline forming
a blanket that would exting-
uish the fire. The results,
comparing the new system


Firefighting System
with Lago's present system,
are now being studied in de-
tail by Esso Research and En-
gineering.
The new system tested here
at Lago on a large scale had
previously proven successful
on smaller experimental fires
at the Mobile Oil Company.
At Lago, however, difficulties
were encountered. On the
first day the contents of the
tank prematurely caught fire
while filling the tank with
hexane. A delay was caused,
but the tests were resumed the
next day.
The experiments at Lago
were conducted by Esso Res-
earch and Engineering. ERE
representatives were coordi-
nator R. F. Murphy, associate
engineer T. Culbertson, and
photographer E. Boczon. In
charge of preparations and
safety precautions were Saf-
ety Head J. Hodgson and Pol-
ice Chief G. Hofstee. Fire
Chief W. Brinkman headed
Lago's fire section and two
companies of volunteer fire-
fighters who assisted during
the tests. Two Lago pumper
trucks equipped with the new
"XL" foam were used while
two other pumpers were on
standby. Representatives from
the Mobile Oil Company and
the National foams Systems
Inc. also participated in the
tests.


4, 1967


INDIAN ON war path? No, it's R. N. Ecury who UN INDIAN na guera? No, ta R. N. Ecury kende
tries to ignite the gasoline the primitive way. ta purba cende e gasoline den manera primitive.


MANY HOSES were in action to cool off nearby tanks. T Arub
HOPI HOOSNAN tabata na action pa fria otro tankinan. Beca Pa Tres Arubano
] py (Continud di pagina 1)


SEVERAL FIRETRUCKS and volunteer firefighters were on stand-
by during the tests,
VARIOS TRUCK dl candela y bombers voluntario tabata parsa la
durante e testnan.


den un klas di 36 estudiantes.
Actualmente, el ta traha como
estudiante di verano den Me-
chanical-Materials.
Pa e tres ganadornan nobo
di beca, e inversion den edu-
cacion lo suma na mas e me-
nos Fis. 120,000 pa un peri-
odo di cuatro anja. E becanan
special aki ta intencioni pa
yuda satisface Lago su nece-
sidadnan creciente pa personal
professional y technico.
Pa nan por cualifica, e es-
tudiante mester:

- tin gradonan excelente;
- ser recomenda favorable-
mente pa su school;

- haya bon punta den test-
nan dunk door di Lago y
testnan di College En-
trance Examination Board

- word spera di ta un resi-
dente pa un termino largo
na Aruba;
- ta dispuesto pa haci un ca-
rera na Lago.


Expertonan di Esso Research Ta Test

Sistema Nobo di Paga Candela di Tanki


Mientras awa resfriante ta-
bata ser gespuit ariba tanki-
nan den vecindario, huma
pretu y vlam tabata lamta for
di tanki 253. Hopi mirones cu
tabata na cantu di waya ban-
da di Snow Pile por a mira e
vista spectacular aki.
Hombernan den panja pro-
tectivo tabata rond di e tanki
cu hoosnan pa paga candela
mientras otronan tabata ope-
ra e trucknan di paga can-
dela. Girafnan mechanical ta-
bata munstra manera nan
garganta ta colga riba e vlam-
nan cu hendenan riba nan ca-
bez pa fotografia y dirigi ope-
racionnan riba tera usando ra-
dio di comunicacion.
Tur e accionnan aki tabata
resultado di testmento di un
sistema nobo di paga candela
di tanki y un foam special
cual por tin significacion den
center industrial petrolero.
Awor Lago ta paga candela
di tanki door di manda
"foam" for di rand ariba di
tanki. Den e sistema aki, foam
ta ser gepomp door di linja
special di foam pa e rand ari-
ba di tanki na unda aplicador-
nan ta plama e foam den hen-
ter e tanki pa paga e vlam.
Den e sistema nobo, conoci
como injection di foam bao
superficie, un foam XL spe-
cial ta ser gepomp for di abao
den tanki,for di unda e foam
ta subi door di e gasoline pa
forma un capa cu lo paga e
candela. E resultadonan di e
testnan, pa compare e sistema
nobo cu e actual sistema di
Lago, ta ser studio awor en
detaye door di Esso Research
and Engineering.
E sistema nobo, cu a ser ge-
test aki na Lago ariba un es-
cala grand anteriormente a
proba exitoso ariba candela-


nan experimental mas chikito
na Mobile Oil Company. Na
Lago, sinembargo, dificultad-
nan a worde encontri. Ariba
e promer dia, e contenido di e
tanki a pega candela prema-
tura mientras nan tabata ye-
na e tanki cu gasoline. Un tar-
danza a ser causi, pero e test-
nan a ser resumi e siguiente
dia.
E experimentonan na Lago
a ser conduct pa Esso Res-
earch and Engineering. Re-
presentantes di Esso Research
tabata Coordinador R. F. Mur-
phy, enginiero asociado T.
Culbertson, y fot6grafo E.
Boczon. Encargk cu e prepa-
racionnan y precaucionnan di
seguridad tabata Hefe di Se-
guridad J. Hodgson y Hefe di
Polis G. Hofstee. Hefe di
Depto. di Candela W. Brink-
man a encabeza e seccion di
paga candela di Lago y dos
compania di bombers volun-
tario kende a asisti durante e
testnan. Dos truck di pomp
conteniendo XL foam a ser
usi, mientras dos otro truck
di pomp tabata para cla pa
asisti. Representantes for di
Mobile Oil Company y Natio-
nal Foams Systems Inc. tambe
a participa den e testnan.
NEW ARRIVALS
Milton Anthony Son: Everardo Croes
B/D: March 6. 1967 Dept: Mechanical
Pipe.
Baby Girl Waver Dau: Alexander A.
Waver B/D: March 15. 1967 Dept:
Mechanical Pipe.
Magally Rosalina Dan: Wilfred G.
School BID: March 18. 1967 Dept:
Ref. Division.
Malby Valentina Willibroda Dan: Ve-
nancio De Cuba BID: March 20. 1967
Dept: Mechanical Yard.
Veronica Even Dan: Ciryl A. Violenna
B/D: March 21. 1967 Dept: Mechani-
cal
Baby Boy Cross Son: Adriano Cros -
BID: March 28. 1967 Dept: Refinin
Division.


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Lago Sponsors A Go-Go
Program for Teenagers
Over Radio Antiliana
A new radio program, Lago
A Go Go, specially dedicated
to the Aruba teenagers and
sponsored by Lago, began
Sunday, June 25. The pro-
gram is transmitted live
every Sunday afternoon from
4 to 5 from the patio of Radio
Antiliana. It features. suitable
entertainment for today's
youth, such as the latest hits
in Go Go music and dances
with the performance of local
talents. All teenagers are wel-
come to the program, which
starts with dancing at 3 p.m.
Every Sunday, a musical
group or teenage club from
different parts of the island is
invited to the show as special
guests. During this show, MC
Robert Schouten interviews
the teenagers about their club
activities and their plans for
the future. The program in-
cludes a quiz on Lago activi-
ties and the person giving the
correct answer receives a
prize. Listeners at home can
answer by calling Radio An-
tiliana on phone 5602. Prizes,
such as long-play records, are
awarded to the most out-
standing teenage dancers or
singers. Refreshment is prov-
ided to the participating
youth and visitors. The Lago
A Go Go program can be
heard over Radio Antiliana,
PJA-8, 1270 kc on your radio
dial.


ago o go-0o


Program Go-Go Auspicia
Pa Lago Pa Teenagers
Over di Radio Antiliana
Un program nobo di radio,
Lago A Go Go, cual ta spe-
cialmente dedici na teenagers
di Aruba y cu ta petrocin& pa
Lago, a cuminza Diadomingo,
Juni 25. E program ta worde
transmit directamente for di
patio di Radio Antiliana tur
Diadomingo atardi di 4'or pa
5'or. Entretenimiento adecua-
do pa juventud di awendia ta
worde present, manera e ul-
timo hitnan musical di Go Go
y bailenan cu actuacion di ta-
lentonan local. Tur teenagers
ta bonbini na e program aki,
cual ta cuminza di 3 p.m.
Tur Diadomingo, un grupo
musical di club di teenagers
di various parti ariba e isla ta
word invite na e show aki co-
mo huesped especial. Durante
e show aki, maestro di cere-
monia Robert Schouten ta en-
trevista e teenagers tocante
actividadnan di nan club y to-
cante nan plannan den future.
E program ta inclui un pre-
gunta had tocante Lago su
actividadnan y e persona cu
duna e contest correct ta
recibi un premio. Esnan cu ta
sintoniza e program na cas
por yama Radio Antiliana na
telefon 5602.
Premionan, manera disco-
nan long-play, ta word duni
na esnan cu ta balia of canta
mehor. Participants y bishi-
tantenan ta recibi refresco du-
rante e show. E program La-
go A Go Go por worde scucha
na Radio Antiliana, PJA-8, na
1270 kilociclo na bo radio.


MC ROBERT SCHOUTEN rec-
eives phone call from listener.


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July 1, 1967S

Lago Ta Pone Edificios Disponible

Pa Lamta Aruba Research Center Nobo


City University di New
York a establece un centro di
investigation na Aruba. Es-
aki tabata anuncia poco dia
past door di Lago y un re-
presentante di e universidad.
Na un conferencia di pren-
sa na Astoria Hotel Juli 5,
President di Lago W.A. Mur-
ray a revela cu compania a
haci disponibel e anterior edi-
ficio di Seroe Colorado High
School y otro facilidadnan.
Dr. Frank Conant, hefe di
departamento di- antropologia
di Hunter College, a bias e
conferencia di prensa:
"E centro aki ta na un sitio
como un base di investigation
cu por inclui henter Caribe y
seecionnan di continent di
America del Sur."
Como cu investigation den
e parti di Caribe aki tabata
solamente riba un base limi-
ta te awor, e establecemento
di e Centro na Aruba lo duna
estimulo na escolarnan di
center mundo pa tuma inte-
res den e progress ski.
Na mes tempo, City Uni-
versity tin como 140,000 estu-
diantes registry y miembro-
nan di facultad, y hopi di nan
posiblemente lo por sinti pa
bin bishita e isla.
Na e conferencia di prensa,
Dr. Conant tambe a munstra
cu e relacion mas estrecho aki
entire Antillas y City Univer-
sity por result cu beca por
worde poni disponibel pa es-
tudiantes di e territorio.
Ta ser spera cu pa Augus-
tus 1, por lo menos diesdos


specialist di research y nan
familiar lo a yega Aruba caba
y cuminza traha na e centro.
Hasta awor den e promer pe-
riodo, e centro lo por duna al-
gun oportunidad di trabao y
ta form un grupo di cumpra-
dores.
Den e promer period, e
centro lo concentric su trabao
ribs Aruba y e bisinjanan in-
mediato den Antillas Hulan-
des. E promer investigation
lo ser hael tocante Papiamen-
to, e pinturanan den cueba-
nan na Aruba y Bonaire y
tambe un analysis lo ser hacl
di e artefactonan arqueologico
cu a ser descubri den ultimo
anjanan.
Un staff experimental di seis
homber, incluyendo cuatro
graduado, ya ta na e isla. E
promer investigacionnan lo
trata cu asuntonan di antro-
pologia, manera arqueologia,
etnologia, linguistic, genetics
y antropologia fisico.
Sinembargo, plannan di fu-
turo ta inclui proyectonan di
investigation den asuntonan
relaciona manera education,
biologia, botanical, estudionan
marine y bellas artes.
Varios institucionnan inter-
nacional di education ya a ex-
press interest fuerte den e
centro. Segun e representantes
di City University di New
York ta bisa, un esfuerzo lo
ser haci pa desaroya e centro
aki den un consorcio di uni-
versidades y otro institucion-
nan di education mas haltu.


DR. FRANK Conant explains plans of Aruba Research Center at
press conference. At left is Dr. Annamarie Malefijt; Lago President
W. A. Murray is at right.
DR. FRANK Conant ta splica plannan di Aruba Research Center na
conferencia di prensa. Na robes ta Dr. Annamarie Malefijt, mientras
Lago President W. A. Murray ta na banda drechi.


Donata, Geerman, Richmond Promovi


(Continud di pagina 1)
dinacion di combustible di
avion pa Europa y Asia. Na
Lago, Sr. Richmond a traha
como enginiero di contact pa
PCAR y ariba e compresor no-
bo di GAR-1. El tin un grado
di bachillerato den enginieria
quimico for di Northeastern
University di Boston, Massa-
chusetts.
Siendo, casA, cu un yiu naci
na Aruba, Sr. Richmond hun-
to cu su familiar tin gran in-
teres den preparation di eu-
minda delicioso di tur clause.
Sr. Geerman a cuminza den
Marina na Mei, 1946 como un
Messenger B. El a pasa hen-
ter su carera den operation di
marina y a bira un "Marine
cable clerk" na 1955, un "uti-
lity clerk" na 1956 y un
"clearance clerk" na 1958.
Promer di su promotion di
Jull 1, Sr. Geerman tabata un
Marine Dispatcher desde Juli,
1965.
Sr. Donata a cuminza como


un pipe yardman den Mecha-
nical-Pipe na December, 1951.
El a progress den e catego-
rianan di pipefitter y a bira un
voorman di Seccion di Tube-
ria na Augustus, 1960. Sr. Do-
nata tabata un Area Supervi-
sor den Mechanical-Mainten-
ance & Construction decade
Maart, 1965.

NEW ARRIVALS

Derwin Errol Son: Juan A. Van er
Linden B/D: March 26. 1967 Dept:
Proce**.
Urvan EuBenio Benjamin Son: Meleno
B. V. Pourier BID: March 1. 1967 -
Dept: Mechanical Instrument.
Charge Marian Dan: Roqu, Ra -
BID: April 10. 1967 Dept: Refining
Division.
Baby Girl KLUy Dan: AlJio Kelly -
B/D: April 18. 1967 Dept: Mechanical.
Masans tflna Dao: Jan a. Maduro
BiD: April 19. 1967 Dept. Mechanical.
Marn. Christina D.u: Ireno L -. a
mUn B/D: April 28, 1967 Dept:
Paint.
Daniel Bernando Son: Bernardo Van
pDe Linden BID: April 24. 1967 -
oept: Ref. Div.


THE SIX pioneers of the Aruba Research Center are: (I to r) E seis pioniernan di Aruba Research Cen-
ter ta: (r pa d) Robert Zeitlin, Hannah Mosquera, Lorraine Heidecker, Dr. Annamarie Malefijt, Dr.
Frank Conant and Robert Di Bennardo.


Aruba Research Center
(Continued from page 1)
eluding four graduate stu-
dents, has already arrived on
the island. The first investi-
gations will deal in the an-
thropological disciplines such
as archeology, ethnology, lin-
guistics, genetics and physi-
cal anthropology.
However, future plans in-
clude education, biology, bo-
tany, marine studies and the
fine arts, in addition to the
above.
A number of international
educational institutions have
already expressed strong in-
terest in the Center. Accord-
ing to City University of New
York representatives, an at-
tempt will be made to devel-
op this into a consortium of
universities and other insti-
tutions of higher learning.

Though Not Scientific,
But Man, What a Test
While Atlas Tires are sub-
jected to all manner of scien-
tifically devised, torturous
tests in their development,
one such tire underwent what
was undoubtedly one of the
most unique and arduous
- experiences in the annals
of tire-testing.
It was bitten, beaten, pum-
melled, mauled, scratched and
stretched but, true to the
code of Atlas, it endured all
this abuse with little sign of
stress or strain.
The following letter from a
pleased and somewhat incre-
dulous, customer to the Atlas
Supply Company of Canada
chronicles this feat of endur-
ance for posterity:
Gentlemen:
I should like to commend
you on the fine quality of
tires you produce.


Aunque e No Ta Algo Cientifico, Toch

Esaki Por Ta Un Prueba di Berde Mes


Mientras tirenan marca At-
las ta worde someti na tur
sorto di pruebanan cu ta cien-
tificamente planet durante
nan desaroljo, un tire di e
marca Atlas a pasa un expe-
riencia unico y sigur mas pisa
den historic di testmento di
tire.
Nan a mord6, bati6, tir6
abao, rask6 y rek e pero
fiel na e codigo di Atlas, el a
sufri tur e mal uso aki cu poco
serial di tension of trocemento.
E sigiente carta di un clien-
te satisfecho, cu casi no por
kere loke a pasa, a word di-
rigi na Atlas Supply Company
di Canada, ta ser public pa
beneficio di posteridad y pa


Last September, when my
husband and I arrived from
Southern Rhodesia, we had
our pet gorilla, "ChiChi",
shipped over with us. Due to
the inclement weather here in
the Pemberton Valley (100
miles north of Vancouver,
B.C.) it was necessary that
the beast remain caged in the
basement of our home.
She grew stout and torpid
through lack of exercise.
Then a friend gave us a dis-
carded Atlas tire. We placed
it in the cage of ChiChi and
she began to toss it around
with great abandon. She is
now in fine physical fettle
and the tire shows no sign of
wear.
Again you are to be con-
gratulated on the strength
and durability of your pro-
duct.


proba com e tire aki a want
basta mal uso:
Sefiores,
Mi kier elogia boso pa e bon
calidad di e tirenan cu boso
ta produce.
Na September di anja past,
ora cu mi cast y ami a jega
di Rodesia Sur, nos a laga nan
manda pa nos un gorilla man-
so cu nos tabata cria y cu ja-
ma Chichi. Pa motibo di e mal
tempu cu ta reina den valle di
Pemberton, 100 milja pa nord
di Vancouver, provincia di
British Columbia, tabata ne-
cesario pa nos tene e macacu
den un jaula den un bodega
bao di nos cas.
E bestia a bira gordo y flo-
ho pa falta di movement.
Pero un amigo a duna nos
un tire Atlas cu nan a tira
afor. Nos a pone den jaula di
Chichi y e macacu a cuminza
tira e tire ey tur rond cu
masha placer. E bestia mes
awor ta den bon condition, y
e tire no ta mustra cu el a
gasta.
Un bez mas recibi nos pa-
bien pa e product fuerte y
durable cu boso ta fabric.


"CHOMP!" reports Chi Chi.


THIS FORMER Lago High School building will be E ANTERIOR edificio aki di Lago High School lo
the new Aruba Research Center, established by ta e Aruba Research Center nobo, estableci door
the City University of New York. di City University di New York.


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