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Title: Aruba Esso news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 30-44 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Lago Oil and Transport Company, Ltd
Publisher: Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
Place of Publication: Aruba Netherlands Antilles
Creation Date: May 3, 1968
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Ar Ass


Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.


May 3, 1968


VOL. 29, No. 9


Lago Hosts Parliament Members


From Holland,
While on a two-day visit to
Aruba, some 50 members of
the Dutch Parliament and the
Legislative Councils of Sur-
inam and the Netherlands
Antilles visited Lago Thurs-
day, April 25.
The Parliamentary delega-
tions were met at Gate No.
2 by PR/IR Manager B. E.
Nixon and taken on a ref-

Parlamentarios For
Di Hulanda, Surinam,
Antillas Ta Na Lago
Durante nan bishita di dos
dia na Aruba, 50 miembro di
Parlamento Hulandes y Sta-
ten di Surnam y di Antiljas
Hulandes a bishita Lago Dia-
huebs 25 di April.
E delegacionnan parlamen-
tario a worde recibi na Porta
No. 2 door di PR/IR su Ge-
rente B. E. Nixon, y di ey-
nan R. E. Muller y S. Luy-
dens di PR a pasa rond cu
nan den refineria. Na Esso
Club nan a recibi saludo di
ehecutivonan di Lago.
(Continud n pagina 2)

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Process Operator H. Diaz is first to complete ICS Stationary
Fireman's course.
Process Operator H. Diaz ta promer pa complete curso ICS
pa Stationary Fireman.


Surinam, Antilles
inery tour by R. E. Muller
and S. Luydens of PR/IR.
They were greeted at the
Esso Club by top manage-
ment members.
The parliamentarians were
special guests of Lago Man-
agement at a buffet luncheon
at the Esso Club.
The 17-man Dutch delega-
tion was headed by Profes-
sor Dr. Ir. J. P. Mazure,
chairman of the Upper House,
and Mr. F. J. F. M. van
Thiel, chairman of the Lower
House.
The 20 Legislative Council
members from Surinam were
accompanied by their Chair-
man 0. W. van Genderen.
The Antillean Legislative
Council members were under
chairmanship of O. R. A.
Beaujon.
Island Government func-
tionaries accompanying the
three delegations included the
Aruba Executive Council
members 0. S. Henriquez, Lt.
Governor; and Deputies C. E.
Lacle, D. G. Croes, M. Croes,
G. F. Croes and Secretary A.
J. Booi.


complete the course in the
near future.
"The course," says Bill,
"has given me more confi-
dence, has broadened my
knowledge of several pieces
(Continued on page 3)

Feria Cientifica Ta
Cuminza Mei 6 Den
Don Bosco Club
Lago su di dos Feria Cien-
tifica lo habri Dialuna 6 di
Mei di 4.30 di atardi te 8.30
di anochi den Don Bosco
Club na San Nicolas. Dia-
mars, 7 di Mei, e feria lo ta
habri atrobe pa public na
mes oranan.
Den Sociedad Bolivariana
na Playa, projectonan di es-
tudiantenan lo ta na exhibi-
cion Diabiernes 10 di Mei di
4.30 di atardi te 8.30 di an-
ochi, y Diasabra 11 di Mei
di 2 or' di merdia te 8 or'
di anochi.
(Continud na pagina 6)


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Here President W. A. Murray greets Dutch Upper House
Chairman Prof. J. P. Mazure at the Esso Club. During their
visit to Aruba, the parliamentary delegations from Holland,
Surinam and the Antilles were special guests of Lago
April 25.
Aki President W.'A. Murray ta saluda President di Eerste
Kamer di Hulanda Prof. J. P. Mazure na Esso Club. Durante
nan bishita na Aruba, e delegacionnan Parlamentario di Hu-
landa, Surinam y Antillas tabata huespedes special di Lago
April 25.

H. Diaz Completes Stationary

Fireman's Course In One Year


Hendrik ("Bill") Diaz, 37,
an operator in Process-Utili-
ties with over 23 years of
Lago service, recently com-
pleted a Stationary Fire-
man's course from Interna-
tional Correspondence Schools
(ICS).
Whereas the material of
the course has been planned
for a 28-month study, Bill
completed the course in April
this year, or in about one
year. The course is schedul-
ed for completion in May,
1969.
To achieved this, he at ti-
mes spent up to 8 hours per
day studying at home while
off from shift work. The re-
ward for his efforts was 93%
of A's and the rest B's for
his lessons.
While 42 Process-Utilities
employees, or 50% of the
Utilities area, have been tak-
ing the course since Febru-
ary 1967, Bill is the first to
complete it. However, there
are several others who will


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auVra9 a e Den Un Anjia H. Diaz Ta Completa

, Zoi & o,, r Sr, Curso di "Stationary Fireman"


E. Villanueva Editor; A. Werleman Assoc. Editor;


L. 1. de Lange Publ. Asst.;


J. M. de Cuba Photographer


Safety and Your Senses


Most accidents happen be-
cause someone was careless,
or because an equipment was
in defective condition. But,
in most cases, these acci-
dents could have been prev-
ented if someone had been
more alert, if the equipment
had been checked or if some-
one had reported a hazardous
condition in time.










Your senses can help you
discover safety hazards.
SIGHT: Watch where you're
going, whether in a car or
on foot. Look around and
see if there is anything that
might cause an accident.
Watch what you're doing.
Read instructions carefully
before using tools, read la-
bels, observe regulations.
HEARING: Listen for un-


usual sound in your car or
any other equipment you're
using for any defects or
maladjustment.
SMELL: You can smell
smoke, gas or any other
odor that might cause fire
or explosion.
TOUCH: You can touch
equipment and feel unusual
heat, vibrations or parts
missing.
These are only a few ways
that your senses can help you
be safer and act quickly.
Be alert at all times, every-
where and by all means use
your COMMON SENSE!


Seguridad q Bo Sentidondn


Majoria di desgracia ta so-
cede pasobra algun hende a
descuida, of pasobra algun
pieza di equipo tabata den
condition defectuoso. Pero
den majoria di casonan tal
desgracia por a worde eviti.
si algun persona tabata mas
alerto, si nan a percura check
e pieza di equipo, of si algun
persona a report un situa-
cion di riscu na ora.
Bo sentidonan por juda bo
descubri riscunan pa seguri-
dad:
BISTA: Mira bon caminda bo
ta bai, sea den auto of na
pia Waak rond y mira si
tin algu cu por causa des-
gracia. Mira kiko bo ta ha-
ciendo. Lesa instruccion-
nan cu atencion promer cu
bo usa herment, y cumpli
cu e instruccionnan.


OREA: Scucha si tin algun
sonido particular den bo
auto of algun equipo cu bo
ta usa, si e tin algun de-
fecto of mal ahuste.












HOLE: Bo por hole human,
gas of algun otro hol6 cu
por causa candela of ex-
plosion.
FULA: Bo por fula algun
equipo y sinti cu e ta kein-
ta di mas, e ta sacudi of ta
falta algun part.
Esakinan ta solamente al-


Hendrik ("Bill") Diaz, 37
anja di edad, kende ta un
operator den Process-Utili-
ties cu 23 anja y pico den
servicio di Lago, poco dia
pas" a complete un curso di
fogonero estacionario di
Schoolnan di Corespondencia
International (ICS).
Aunque material di estu-
dio di e curso ta planed pa
dura 28 luna, toch Bill a
complete e curso na April di
e anja aki, esta den un anja
di tempu. Fin di e curso ta-
bata fiha pa Mei 1969.
Pa alcanza su exito, tin
bez e tabata studia 8 ora pa
dia na cas, ora ta liber di
warda. Recompensa pa tur su
esfuerzonan ta un rapport cu
93% di grado A y restu gra-
do B pa su lesnan.
Mientras 42 empleado di
Process-Utilities, esta 50%
di empleadonan trahando den
Utilities, ta tumando e curso
ya for di Februari 1967, Bill
ta esun di promer cu ta com-
pletd. Sinembargo, tin various
otro cu lo complete e curso
den future cercano.
Bill ta bisa: "E curso a
duna mi mas confianza, el a
duna mi mas amplio conoce-
mento di various pieza di equi-
po usA den powerhouse su
operacionnan y a prepare mi
pa mi por soluciona proble-
manan di trabao mihor".
Segun Bill algun di e par-
tinan mas dificil di e curso
ta Stoom y Tableros di
Stoom, equipo pa tratamento
di awa pa boilernan corn ta
test generador di stoom, y


gun manera cu bo sentido-
nan por juda bo di ta mas
seguro y obra rapidamente.
Sea alerto tur ora bai, tur
caminda, y di tur manera usa
tambe bo SENTIDO COMUN.


control automatic di com-
bustion.
E seccionnan mas impor-
tante di e curso ta inclui ma-
tematica, fisica basico, stoom
y tableronan di stoom, saber
fundamental di boiler, con ta
traha y percura pa boiler,
mashin cu ta traha cu stoom,
pompnan y compresornan.
E present curso ta promer
parti di un program di en-
trenamento di Utilities. Em-
pleadonan cu complete cu
exito e curso di fogonero es-
tacionario, por participa den
un curso mas avanza di in-
genieria di plant generador
di coriente cu ta dura 30 lu-
na.
Ya cu e curso tin di haber
cu nan trabao y studio ta
na cas, empleadonan ta paga
solamente 1/ di loke e curso
ta costa, mientras compania
ta tuma pa su cuenta 2/3 par-
ti di cost.
Ora nan caba e curso cu
exito, estudiantenan lo recibi
e corespondiente diploma di
ICS. Coordinador di e pro-
grama di entrenamento den
Utilities ta W. L. Fox, proc-
ess foreman den Utilities
Area.

Parlamentarios
(Continud di pagina 1)
E miembronan di parla-
mentonan tabata huesped es-
pecial di Lago durante un al-
muerzo den Esso Club.
Dirigentenan di e delega-
cion di Hulanda di 17 perso-
na tabata Profesor Dr. Ir. J.
P. Mazure, president di
Eerste Kamer, y Mr. F. J. F.
M. van Thiel, president di
Tweede Kamer.
E 20 miembronan di Sta-
ten di Surnam a bini com-
panjd di nan Presidente O.
W. van Genderen.
Miembronan di Staten di
Antiljas Hulandes tambe a
bini cu hnan Presidente, kende
ta O. R. A. Beaujon.
Funcionarionan di teritorio
insular di Aruba cu a com-
panja e tres delegacionnan
ta inclui Bestuurscollege cu
Gezaghebber Henriquez, y
Diputadonan C. E. Lacl6, D.
G. Croes, M. Croes, G. F.
Croes y Secretario A. J.
Boot.


May 3, 1968


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Part of the Pier Modernization Project is replacement of
existing loading structure (left) by new loading facilities
shown at right.


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Parti di e Projecto pa Modernizacion di Finger Piernan ta
reemplazamento di equiponan actual (robez) cu facilidadnan
di carga modern (drechi).


I H. Diaz I
(Continued from page 1)
of equipment used in power-
house operations and has
better prepared me to solve
job problems."
Bill says that some of the
tough sections are Steam and
Steam Tables, Feedwater
Treatment and Equipment,
Steam Generator Testing and
Automatic Combustion Con-
trol.
The main subjects covered
by the course include math-
ematics, basic science, steam
and steam tables, boiler fun-
damentals, steam boiler ma-
nagement, steam machinery,
pumps and compressors.
The present course is the
first part of a Utilities trai-
ning program. Those em-
ployees who successfully com-
plete the Stationary Fire-
man's Course can enroll in a
more advanced thirty-month
Power Plant Engineering
Course.
As the course is a job-
oriented home-study training,
the employees pay only 1/3 of
the cost of the courses, while
the company absorbs % of
the cost.
Upon successful comple-
tion, the students will be
awarded the corresponding
ICS diploma. Coordinator for
the Utilities training pro-
gram is W. L. Fox, Process-
Foreman of Utilities area.


Modernization of Finger Piers

Will Improve Tanker Turnaround


In a few months, work will
start on Finger Pier No 2, the
first of the three Lago Fin-
ger Piers to be modernized.
The Pier Modernization
Project includes new loading
facilities for Finger Pier 1,
2 and 3 and the installation
of shore piping.
Some of the major work
involved on each pier are:
- Removing the existing
loading structures and
flexible rubber hose handl-
ing arrangements.
- Installing ten new, coun-
terbalanced all metal
loading arms together
with support structure.
- Installing a new piping
manifold.
- Replacing existing moor-
ing bollards with modern
quick release mooring
hooks.
On shore, a new 36-inch
fuel oil line will be installed
running from the Loading
Pumphouse over the skyway
and along the shore to the
piers.


The project will help de-
crease tanker turnaround
time by permitting higher
loading rates because of
more efficient metal loading
arms and the larger fuel oil
line. It also enables faster
ship berthing and unberthing
through the use of the new
quick release hooks and the
new loading arms. Each of the
loading arms will be fitted
with a quick coupling device.
The first phase of the pro-
ject consisting of moderniza-
tion of the No. 2 Finger Pier
and installation of shore pip-
ing has been awarded to Con-
tractor McKee. Prefabrication
work on shore piping started
early this month.
The No. 2 Finger Pier is
expected to be out of service
for about six weeks commen-
cing mid July for moderniza-
tion work. The overall pro-
ject on the three piers, cost-
ing about $2.5 million, will
require about one year to
complete. Project manager is
Allan Temple while Alex van
de Ven is project engineer.


Den algun luna trabao lo
cuminza riba Finger Pier No.
2, esun di promer di Lago su
Finger Piernan cu ta ser mo-
dernizA.
E project pa moderniza-
cion di wafnan ta inclui faci-
lidad nobo di carga pa Finger
Piernan No. 1, 2 y 3, y tambe


instalacion di tubonan na tera
Algun di e trabaonan gran-
di riba cada pier lo ta:
- Kita estructuranan cu awor
ta riba waf y areglonan cu
ta carga tubo di rubber;
- Instalacion di diez braza
di tubo pa carga tankero,
cual lo ta henteramente df


metal y contrabalanzi;
- Instalacion di un manifold
nobo pa tuberia;
- Reemplaza bolardonan pa
traca tanker door di haak
modern cu ta los rapida-
mente.
Na tera un linja nobo pa
zeta di 36 duim lo keda in-
stala for di Loading Pump-
house, pasando na laria over
di caminda y na costa di la-
ma te na e piernan.
E project aki lo reduci e
tempu cu tankeronan mester
ta den haf pa carga y des-
carga, haciendo posibel pa
carga zeta den bapornan mas
rapidamente y mas eficaz cu
e brazanan di metal y tubo-
nan mas hanchu pa zeta.
Tambe lo ta posibel pa traca
y los bapornan usando e
haaknan nobo pa mara y los
barcunan, y e brazanan nobo
pa pomp zeta door di nan.
Cada braza pa carga tankero
lo tin un coupling nobo pa
pega y los rapidamente.
E promer fase di e project,
cu ta modernization di Finger
Pier No. 2, y instalacion di
tuberia na tera a bai pa con-
tratista McKee. Nan a cu-
minza prepare e tubonan pa
instalacion na tera promer si-
man di e luna aki.
Segun calculo, Finger Pier
No. 2 lo ta fuera di uso du-
rante seis siman for di cu-
minzamento di Juli pa e tra-
bao di modernization. E tra-
bao general riba e tres pier-
nan, cu lo costa 2.5 miljon
dollar, lo tuma un anja pa ke-
da cla. Gerente di e project
ta Allan Temple, y Alex van
de Ven ta ingeniero di e pro-
jecto.


Modernizacion Di Finger Piers Lo

Reduci Tempu Di Bapor Den Haf


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Winners in Javelin


220-Yard Run Winners


Mariniers Ta Captura 22 Premio

Na Olimpiada di Anja Di La Reina
Mas di 120 participate a competi den diezsiete events na
di 28 Olimpiada di Anja di La Reina na Lago Sport Park Dia-
bierna anochi, April 26.
E grupo mas grand di concursantes tabata for di Mariniers
di Savaneta Kamp kende a gana 22 premio. E atletas di Curacao
a conquista 12 trofeo.
Solamente un record a ser kibra. R. Mercelina di Curagao a
cubri e careda di 1 milja den 4 minuut y 54.8 second. E record
anterior a ser estableci pa L. Berenos na 1963 (5 minuut 5.0
seconde.
Ciclista C. Eisen di Curagao a gana titulo di atleta sobre-
saliente. El a recibi un trofeo grand for di President W. A.
Murray.
E resultadonan dl e various events tabata:


Evento
1. Lanza Speer
2. Tira Discus
3. Bula Haltu
4. Lanza Bola
5. Bula Leuw
6. Careda 100 Y.
7. Careda 220 Y.
8. Careda 440 Y.
9. Careda 880 Y.
10. Careda 1 Milja
11. Careda 3 Milja


1 Milja B Klas
1 Milja C Klas
2 Milja B Klas
3 Milja A Klas
Careda
Eliminatorio


ATLETICA
Ganadornan: 1 2 3
Leonard, W. Ashby, P. Valentijn
P. Valentijn, Dekker, W. Ashby
Collins, P. Valentijn, A. Bell
Ivan Dunker, W. Ashby, Bontenbal
P. Valentijn, Collins, Mulder
Collins, Leonard, Kerst
Smith, Botter, Henry Croes
Wilson, Hoogeveen, Reijnders
Hoogeveen, F. Kock, Harn
R. Mercelina, Dekker, Waas
R. Mercelina, Dekker, Waas
CICLISMO
C. Eisen, Bonifacio, A. Vrolijk
N. Schwengle, M. Arends, M. Peterson
C. Eisen, Muzo, A. Vrolijk
R. P. Romano, C. Eisen, A. Vrolijk
R. P. Romano, C. Eisen, H. Baten


3-Mile Cycling Winners


17. 5 Milja-Tur Clase Bonifacio, A. Vrolijk, R. P. Romano


MEO


May 3, 1968







Ma 3 1968A


Winners in 2-Mile Cycling


Winners in Shot Put Broad Jump Winners


Dutch Marines Capture 22 Prizes

In LSP Queen's Birthday Olympiad

Over 120 participants vied in seventeen track and field events
at the 28th Lago Sport Park Queen's Birthday Olympiad Friday
night, April 26.
The largest group of contestants was from the Marines of
Savaneta Camp who won 22 prizes. The Curagao Athletes took
home 12 trophies.
Only one record was broken. R. Mercelina from Curagao cov-
ered the one-mile run in 4 minutes and 54.8 seconds. The prev-
ious record was established by L. Berenos in 1963 (5'.5.0").
Cyclist C. Eisen from Curacao won the title of outstanding
athlete. He was presented with a large trophy by President W.


Father Mercelina admires son's trophy


A. Murray.
The results of the


Events
1. Javelin
2, Discus
3. High Jump
4. Shot Put
5. Broad Jump
6. 100-Yard Run
7. 220-Yard Run
8. 440-Yard Run
9. 880-Yard Run
10. 1-Mile Run
11. 3-Mile Run


12. 1-Mile B Class
13. 1-Mile C Class
14. 2-Mile B Class'
15. 3-Mile A Class
16. Devil Takes the
Hindmost
17. 5-Mile Run


events were:


ATHLETICS
Winners: 1 2 3
Leonard, W. Ashby, P. Valentijn
P. Valentijn, Dekker, W. Ashby
Collins, P. Valentijn, A. Bell
Ivan Dunker, W. Ashby, Bontenbal
P. Valentijn, Collins, Mulder
Collins, Leonard, Kerst
Smith, Botter, Henry Croes
Wilson, Hoogeveen, Reijnders
Hoogeveen, F. Kock, Harn
R. Mercelina, Dekker, Waas
R. Mercelina, Dekker, Waas
CYCLING
C. Eisen, Bonifacio, A. Vrolijk
N. Schwengle, M. Arends, M. Peterson
C. Eisen, Muzo, A. Vrolijk
R. P. Romano, C. Eisen, A. Vrolijk
R. P. Romano, C. Eisen, H. Baten

Bonifacio, A. Vrolijk, R. P. Romano


ARUBA ESSO NEWS


May 3 1968







ARUBA ESSO NEWS May 3, 1968


Lago Science Fair Opens May 6 In San Nicolas


The second Lago Science
Fair opens Monday, May 6,
from 4:30 p.m. till 8:30 p.m.
in the Don Bosco Club at
San Nicolas. On Tuesday,
May 7, the exhibitions will
again be open to the public
at the same times.
At the Sociedad Boliva-
riana. in Oranjestad, the stu-
dents' projects will be exhi-
bited on Friday, May 10,
from 4:30 p.m. till 8:30 p.m.
and on Saturday, May 11,
from 2 p.m. till 8 p.m.
In all, ten Aruban schools
have participated with some

Feria Cientifica
(Continud di pagina 1)
Na tur, diez school na
Aruba ta participa cu 68
project, riba cual mas cu
120 estudiante a traha. Cua-
renticuater di e projectonan
ta di tipo individual, mien-
tras 24 ta project di grupo.
E schoolnan cu ta partici-
pa ta: Colegio Arubano, La
Salle College, St. Augustinus
College, Pieter Boer School,
John F. Kennedy Tech-
nische school, Juliana school,
Mon Plaisir School, Provi-
dentia College, John Wesley
College, y Abraham de Veer
school.
E projectonan lo word
huzga dia 4 y 5 di Mei door
di Gezaghebber dl Aruba O.
S. Henriquez, Dr. M. van
Veldhoven Hefe di Servicio
Medico di Corsow, y Tte.
Cnel. A. J. M. Middelhoff,
Commandant di Mariniernan
na Savaneta.
Lo tin promer, di dos y di
trees premio pa e ganadornan
individual y di grupo. Un
cierto cantidad di Mencion
Honroso, cual ta inclui pre-
mio chikito, lo bai pa projec-
tonan di merito.
Cada school cu participa
tambe lo recibi un premio
cientifico. Fuera di eseynan,
cada estudiante cu participa
lo recibi un certificado y un
pen di fieltro cu inscription:
"1968 Lago Science Fair".
E comision di Lago su Fe-
ria Cientifica ta consisti di
Edward O'Brien president:
Kenneth Brook, secretario; cu
miembronan Dean Thompson,
Rudy MacDonald y Roalndo
Nicolaas.


68 projects made by more
than 120 students. Forty-
four of these are individual
.projects and twenty-four are
group projects.
The participating schools
are: Colegio Arubano, La
Salle College, St. Augustinus
College, Pieter Boer School,
John F. Kennedy Technical
School, Juliana School, Mon
Plaisir School, Providentia
College, John Wesley Col-
lege, and Abraham de Veer
School.
The projects will be judged
on May 4 and 5 by Lt. Gov-


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VI


ernor of Aruba O. S. Henri-
quez, Dr. M. van Veldhoven,
head of the Medical Service
in Curacao, and Lt. Col. A.
J. M. Middelhoff, Comman-
der of Savaneta Marines
Camp.
There will be first, second
and third prizes for the in-
dividual and for group win-
ners. A number of Honor-
able Mentions, including small
prizes, will be awarded to
meriting projects.
Each participating school
also receives a scientific pri-
ze. In addition, each partici-


pating student will receive a
certificate and a felt-point
pen with inscription: "1968
Lago Science Fair". The
contact teachers of partici-
pating schools will be pres-
ented a desk pen set.
The Science Fair for
schools is organized to stim-
ulate students in pursuing
scientific studies. The Lago
Science Fair Committee con-
sists of Edward O'Brien,
chairman; Kenneth Brook,
secretary; and Dean Thomp-
son, Rudy MacDonald, Ro-
sindo Nicolaas, members.


( jScience is Progress


Progress is People

Assure Aruba's Future


n sin the Technical World

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LAGO SCIENCE FAIR


San licolas
DOn Boes Schal l May 6-7

lai .- Ti. 4:30 to :30 p.m.


Oraijaitil
Sociedad Bolivariala Nay 10-11

Fri. 4:30 t 8:30 p.m.
Sat. 2:00 to 8:00 p.m.


ARUBA ESSO NEWS


May 3, 1968








May 3, 1968ARBESONW


Jack Kelleway Returns To Amuay


After 3-112 Years
Jack L. Kelleway, project
manager of Lago's Oil Mov-
ements project, returned to
Amuay Refinery May 1st as
Mechanical Superintendent.
Being in a similar position
as our Mechanical Manager,
Jack will be handling main-
tenance, materials and crafts
responsibilities.
He joined Amuay Refinery
in 1957 and worked in Oil
Movements operations in Ca-
ripito before he came to La-
go. Amuay has three depart-
ments: Operations, headed





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Alex H. Hoo Accepts

Special Assignment

With Esso Research
Beginning April 22, Alex H.
Ho joined Esso Research on
a special assignment. Before
he left Lago, Alex had been
acting supervising engineer
in the Crude Processing &
Oil Movements Section of
Technical-Process Engineer-
ing Division.
During his six to nine
months with ERE, he will be
assigned to one of the Proc-
ess Engineering Design Sec-
tions in the Petroleum-New
Investments area.
Alex, who holds a B.S. de-
gree in chemical engineering
from the Illinois Institute of
Technology, started with La-
go six years ago.
He has been a senior en-
gineer since March 1, 1967.
Last year he acted for sever-
al months as Supervising
Chemist in Lab-Inspection
Section.
During his stay in the U.S.,
Alex will be accompanied by
his wife and two children.


Lago Assignment
by Ted Burton, Mechanical
and Long Range Planning.
Jack came to Lago in No-
vember, 1964 on a one-year
loan and later transferred to
the Lago organization. He
was first assigned to the Oil
Movements task force as
chairman to develop inform-
ation for a long range plan.
Later he helped developed
the budget items for the Oil
Movements project and was
then named project manager.
A remarkable thing about
his Lago career was that
Jack was able to see a ma-
jor project through from the
idea stages to the final
stages.
While at Lago, Jack did a
lot of business traveling in
connection with the Oil Mov-
ements project. He has been
off the island for about 50%
of the time he was here. To
obtain information about
communications systems and
progress in the field of elec-
tronics, he visited several
missile installations in the
U.S. At the NASA center in
Houston, he saw the compu-
ter simulation of the planned
Gemini flight. This was one
in a series of tests. It was
in one of the later Gemini
tests that three astronauts
were killed.
One of the areas Jack will
be dealing with on his new
job is future maintenance
plans and personnel training
in connection with fuel oil
desulphurization equipment to
be installed at Amuay.


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The Aruba Jaycees are serious with their San Nicolas Clean-
up Campaign. Starting April 6, they have been removing
old car wrecks every Saturday.
Aruba Jaycees ta serio cu nan Campanja pa Limpieza di
San Nicolas. Cuminzando April 6, nan ta removiendo auto
bieuw tur .Diasabra.


Alex Hoo Ta Ariba Un Encargo

Especial Na Esso Research


Cuminzando April 22, Alex
H. Hoo a Dai traha na Esso
Research cu un encargo espe-
cial. Promer cu el a bai for
di Lago, Alex tabata ingeniero
supervisor den Crude Process-
ing & Oil Movements, un sec-
cion di Technical-Process En-
gineering.
Durante su seis te nuebe
luna cu Esso Research, su
trabao lo ta cu den seccion
Process Engineering Design
cu ta cai bao Departamento
di inversion nobo den indus-
tria petrolero.
Alex, cu ta bachiller di
ciencia den ingenieria quimica
cual diploma el a hanja na
Institute Tecnologico dl Il-
linois, a bin traha na Lago
seis anja pasa.


Jack Kelleway Ta Bolbe Amuay

Despues di 3-112 Anja na Lago


Jack L. Kelleway, gerente
di Lago su project di Oil
Movements, a bolbe Amuay 1
di Mei como Mechanical Su-
perintendent.
Den un position cu ta mes-
cos cu nos Mechanical Mana-
ger, Jack lo ta encargA cu
mantencion, material y tra-
bao di trahadornan profesio-
nal.
El a bai traha na refineria
di Amuay na 1957, y el a
traha tambe den movement
di azeta na Caripito promer cu


el a bini aki na Lago. Amuay
tin tres departamento Oper-
acion, di cual Ted Burton ta
hefe, Mechanical, y Long
Range Planning.
Jack a bini aki na Novem-
ber 1944, pa keda un anja, pe-
ro el a traslada toch pa orga-
nizacion di Lago. Promer el a
traha den e grupo preparando
project Oil Movements pa de-
sarolja information pa un
plan di largo alcance. Des-
pues el a yuda desarolja e
puntonan necesario pa un be-


E ta un senior engineer ca-
ba for di 1 di Maart 1967. An-
ja pasa el a traha various lu-
na como quimico supervisor
interino den section di In-
speccion dl Laboratorio.
Durante tempo cu e ta tra-
ha na Merca, Alex su seflora
y dos yiu lo ta huntu cu nE.

groting di e project di Oil
Movements, y el a keda nom-
bra gerente di e project.
Un cos notable den su ca-
rera na Lago ta cu Jack ta-
batin oportunidad di observe
un project grand for di su
comienzo te na su final.
Mientras na Lago Jack a
atende cu hopi asuntu relaci-
Dn6 cu e project di move-
mento di azeta. Durante 25%
di su tempu e tabata pafor di
Aruba. Pa hanja information
tocante sistemanan di comuni-
cacion y progress den tereno
di electronic, el a bishita
various instalacion di raket
na Merca. Na e centro di
NASA na Houston, el a mira
com un computer a imita
vuelo di e raket Gemini. Esa-
ki tabata un den series di
pruebanan, tabata den un di
e pruebanan sigiente cu tres
astronaut a muri.
Un di e puntonan cu Jack
lo atende cund den su trabao
nobo ta plan pa mantenecion
den future y entrenamento di
empleadonan relacionA cu e
plant di desulfuracion cu
nan ta bat traha na Amuay.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


May 3, 1968








ARUBA ESSO NEWS


At left, President W.A. Mur-
ray gives brief history of
Lago's recent past, present
and future to Paliamentary
delegations of Holland, Su-
rinam and Antilles. At right
Professor Mazure thanks for
Lago's hospitality.
Na robez, President W. A.
Murray ta duna historic
cortico di Lago su historic
di reciente pasado, su pre-
sente y su future. Na dre-
chi, Professor Mazure ta
gradici pa Lago su hos-
pitalidad.


Net Pay At Banks Now Available

At 8 A. M. On 4th Working Day


Effective the first payday
this month, Lago employees
who made arrangements to
collect their pay through the
local banks, will be able to
get their pay at their bank
as early as 8 a.m. instead of
at 4 p.m.
Net pay will continue to be
available at the banks on the
fourth Lago working day for
the first payday of the
month or on the 4th Lago
working day after the pay
period for semi-monthly paid
employees.
The new arrangement
means that the employees
concerned receive their pay
eight hours sooner and actu-


ally gain a full day in day-
light time.
The facility of opening a
checking or cashing account
is still available for employ-
ees who wish to get their pay
earlier through the local
banks. They should contact
Lago's Payroll Section, pho-
nes 2502-2503, and make ar-
rangements for an account at
the bank of their choice.
So far over 60% of all staff
and regular employees col-
lect their pay through banks.
For the convenience of
employees involved, the fol-
lowing schedule of net pay to
banks is given below:


They collect early, why shouldn't I?
Nan ta cobra tempran, pakiko mi'n ta haci mescos?


The Netherlands Kingdom parliamentary delegation were
guests of Lago at a buffet luncheon at the Esso Club.

E delegation parlamentario di Reinado Hulandes tabata
huespedes di Lago na un comida na Esso Club.


Sueldo Neto Awor Ta Na Banco

8'or A. M. Di 4 Dia Di Trabao


Cuminzando riba e promer
dia di pago e luna aki, Lago
su empleadonan cu a haci
areglo pa recibi nan pago via
un di e banconan local, lo por
recibi nan pago cerca nan
banco 8'or di mainta lugar di
4'or di atardi.

Sueldo neto lo sigi ta dis-
ponibel na banconan riba e di
cuater dia di trabao na La-
go, pa e promer dia di pago
den luna, of riba e di 4 dia
di trabao sigiendo e period
di pago pa empleadonan di
qumcena.

E areglo nobo ta nifica cu
empleadonan afectA ta recibi
nan pago ocho ora mas tem-
pran cu awendia y nan ta
gana un dia full di ora di dia.


E facilidad di por habri un
cuenta coriente na banco
ainda ta disponibel pa em-
pleadonan kende ta desea di
recibi nan pago mas tempran
pa medio di banconan local.
Nan por jama Lago su Pay-
roll Section, telefonnan 2502
y 2503, y haci areglo pa un
cuenta na e banco cu nan
escohe.


Asina leu mas cu 60% di
tur empleadonan staff y re-
gular ta cobra nan sueldo pa
medio di banconan.


Pa conveniencia di e em-
pleadonan involvi, nos ta du-
na aki un list cu fecha
y ora cu sueldo neto ta na
banco.


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May 3, 1968