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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 9, 1969
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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Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd. a a.
Aruba, Netherlands Antilles


VOL. 30, No. 9


May 9, 1969


Employees, Friends Bid Farewell


To Lago Veteran "Lou" MacNutt
One hundred and sixty-se- party goers roared with
ven Lago employees came to laughter at each one of Ger-
say farewell to Mr. G L. Mac- ry's "anecdotes",
Nutt at a special party held Not to be outdone by Gerry,
in his honor at the Aruba George Cvejanovich took the
Golf Club on April 25. Mr. floor and recited "Ode to G.
MacNutt is retiring after over L. MacNutt", written by
39 years of Lago service. George himself. It describes
After everyone had enjoyed Mr. MacNutt's career at La.
their steak dinner, MC Ger- go in less serious terms and
ry Smit put everybody in a delighted all present. (See
gay mood with his jokes. The complete text of poem on
page 3).
Empleados, Amigosta In the official part, Carle
Williams presented Mr Mac-
Tuma Despedida di Nutt with a map of Aruba
Veteran G.L.MacNutt contour framed in mahogany.
u Judging from the retiring
Cientu y sesentisiete em- Process Manager's reaction,
pleado di Lago a tuma despe- there was no doubt that he
dida di Sr. G. L. MacNutt na was pleased with this gift, re-
un fiesta especial na su honor presenting the island where
den Aruba Golf Club April 25. he has spent most of his life.
Sr. MacNutt ta bai cu pen- On behalf of Lago, Presi-
sioen despues di a traha mas dent W.A. Murray expressed
cu 39 anja cu Lago. thanks for Lou MacNutt's
Despues cu cada un a goza long and faithful service.
di nan cuminda di steak, Following Mr. MacNutt's
maestro di ceremonia Gerry words of thanks, many emplo.
Smit a pone tur hende na bon yees stayed at the Golf Club,
beis cu su chasconan. E grupo reluctant to leave such an
(Continud na pagina 6) animated party.



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Oil Movement's newest asset is this new tug "Esso Oranje-
stad" which arrived here at the tug pier in San Nicolas Har-
bor May 2. It was welcomed by old tug "Esso Oranjestad",
"Esso San Nicolas" and the Government tug "Arikok".
E propiedad mas nobo di Oil Movements ta e tug nobo aki
"Esso Oranjestad", cu a yega aki na e pier di tug den Haaf
di San Nicolas Mei 2. El a ser duna bonbini pa tug bieuw
"Esso Oranjestad", "Esso San Nicolas" y "Arikok".


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Employees and friends presented this map of Aruba to
retiring Process Manager G. L. MacNutt. The Presentation
was made by Oil Movts. Div. Supt. Carle Williams (left).
Empleados y amigonan a present e mapa di Aruba aki. na
Gerente di Process G.L. MacNutt cu ta retirando. E presen-
tacion a ser haci pa Superintendente di Division di Oil Movts.
Carle Williams.


Home Financing Plan Announced

By Lago to Assist Its Employees


Recently management of
Lago announced a new home
financing plan for its emplo-
yees. This financing can be
arranged through Lago's Home
Building Foundation. The plan
will assist employees to buy or
build their first home or to
make additions to their pre-
sent home. The house must be
intended for the personal oc-
cupancy by the employee.
With the expansion of ac-
tivities of the Home Building
Foundation, mortgage money
can now be made available to

New'Esso Oranjestad'
Arrives in Home Port
After crossing the Gulf of
Mexico and the Caribbean
Sea for 7 days, 17 hours and
54 minutes, the new Lago tug
"Esso Oranjestad" tied up in
San Nicolas Harbor at about
12:30 p.m. Friday, May 2.
The tug left Port Arthur
Thursday, April 24, at 19:00
hours.
The first of two new tugs
ordered by Lago from Gulf
(Continued on page 6)


employees with a nominal
downpayment based on the
employee's building plans.
Unlike past practice, the
foundation will not build hous-
es to. be sold to employees.
Rather, the new mortgage ar-
rangement makes it possible
for employees to obtain their
own home designed and con-
structed according to their in-
dividual liking and location.
For some time employees
have faced difficulties in ob-
taining suitable mortgages for
building or purchasing a
home. This situation has al-
so been discussed frequently
between the Independent Oil
Workers Union of Aruba and
Lago Management.
Some highlights of the plan
are: Relatively long period for
loan repayment; minimum
downpayment is 5%; low In-
terest rate; payroll deduction
for loan repayment, easier
system of collateral; mortgage
loan can be used to liquidate
an existing high interest
mortgage, and a number of
building plans will be made
(Continued on page 8)













Aawm a g 5Pss& Ben J. Ford of Esso Mathematics

Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd. \ we Heads AccountinglAuditing Group


A. Werleman Editor; Miss L.I. de Lange Assoc. Editor;
J. M. de Cuba Photographer
Printed by: Verenigde Antilliaanse Drukkerijen N.V.


Pre-Employment Program Begins

For Technical School Graduates


Monday night May 5 at
7 o'clock, Training Section
Head F. S. Francis opened
the training session for the
first group of 23 technical
school graduates under La-
go's Pre-Employment Pre-
paratory Program. The pro-
gram offers a six-month trai-
ning opportunity with the
possibility of employment
with Lago during or upon
successful completion of the
course. A second group of 23
students will begin a similar
training June 23.
Depending on their training
and job performance, those
trainees accepted for em-
ployment may in the future
advance to the position of
Tradesman A or to a super-
visory level.
The trainees, who are be-
tween ages 18-25, will receive
an allowance of Fls. 2 for
each session they attend to
help cover transportation
costs. Classes are scheduled
three times a week from 7-9
p.m. in the Administration
Building, Room 277. During
the training, a student may
be dropped at any time due
to poor academic perform-
ance, poor attitude, frequent
absence, or a combination of
all three.
The course will cover Ref-


inning Fundamentals. Petrol-
eum Chemistry. Equipment
Skills (Instrument, Electric-
al, Machinist) and Safety. All
instruction will be in English.
The instructors, all Antil-
lean engineers and other
highly qualified National em-
ployees, are: Felix Croes, H.
A. Kelly, Carlos de Cuba,
Alex Hoo, J. Noguera, C. As-
sang, Ray Farro, F. E. Dow-
ling, A. Martinus, A. Britten,
H. Coffi, F. Bikker, E. A.
Beaujon and W. Brinkman.
Those offered employment
will be assigned to the Mech-
anical Department and will
start as trainees.

Home Financing
(Continued from page 1)
available free of charge.
One condition for obtaining
a mortgage from the Home
Building Foundation under
the new plan is that the
house must be built in Aruba
on long lease or property
land. The amount of the loan
is determined for each indivi-
dual case, depending on the
repayment capacity of the
employee.
Applications for a mortgage
loan under the new plan
should be submitted to: E. D.
Fowler, GOB Room 163.


Ben J. Ford, firmer head
of Policy and Piocedures
Section of Esso Mathematics
and Systems Inc. of Florham
Park (N.J.), has been as-
signed as Accounting/Audit
Coordinator for Lago's Hy-
drodesulphurization Project.
Mr. Ford and his Account-
ing/Auditing Group will be
responsible for setting up ac-
counting procedures, audit
and approve all financial
transactions with contractors
involved in the HDS project,
including payrolls, materials,
machines and equipment ren-
tals and the preparation of
cost reports. He will also
render assistance in financial
matters to Lago's Project
Manager H. C. Quarles.
As part of his new assign-
ment, Mr. Ford will periodic-
ally travel to the office of
Ralph M. Parsons Company
in Frankfurt am Main, Ger-
many, the main contractor
for the HDS project.
Born in Philadelphia, Mr.


Algun dia pasd gerencia di
Lago a anuncia un plan nobo
pa financial cas pa su emplea-
donan. Tal financiamiento por
worde areglA pa medio di
compania su Home Building
Foundation. Obhetivo di e
plan ta pa asisti empleadonan
cumpra of traha nan promer
cas pa nan mes, of haci nan
present cas mas grand. Con-
dicion ta cu e cas ta pa e em-


Training Section Head F. S. Francis opens first session of Pre-Employment Preparatory
Program May 5.
Hefe di Secoion di Training F. S. Francis ta habri promer session di Programa Prepara-
torio di Pre-Empleo Mei 5.


Ford earned his BS degree in
Business Administration from
Temple University, Philadel-
phia. He is married and has

A4 I ,


B. J. Ford


two boys, ages 3 and 1%. In
his spare time, he likes play-

ing golf.
Mr. Ford's previous assign-
ments have been at various
Humble offices throughout
the U.S. East Coast. His pre-
sent office is in General Of-
fice Building Room 101,
Phone 2138.


pleado mes biba aden.
Cu expansion di actividad-
nan di Home Building Foun.
dation, placa bao di hipoteca
por worde poni na disposicion
di empleadonan, cu un suma
nominal na man bast riba
plannan di construction. Dife-
rente for di practice di pasa-
do, e Fundacion no ta traha
cas pa bende cu empleado.
Pero e areglo nobo di hipo-
teca ta haci posibel pa em-
pleadonan bira doflo di nan
propio cas, plane& y trahA se-
gun nan deseo individual y na
sitio cu nan mes kier.
Pa algun tempu caba em-
pleadonan a contra dificultad
di hanja hipoteca adecuado
pa traha of cumpra un cas.
E situacion aki a worde papi4
frecuentemente entire Indepen-
dent Oil Workers Union of
Aruba y gerencia di Lago.
Algun puntonan importan-
te di e plan ta: Un period re-
lativamente largu pa paga e
suma di hipoteca bek; un so-
fOonsnUd ni poagina 8)


Lago Ta Anuncia Plan pa Yuda

Financia Cas pa su Empleadonan


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


May 9. 1969








May 9, 1969 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 3



Co-Workers, Friends Bid Farewell to Lago Veteran G. L. MacNutt
















Witty MC Gerry Smit President W. A. Murray Reciter G. Cvejanovich Retiring "Lou" MacNutt
"The Retiring of Lou MacNutt"
By G. J. Cvejanovich
Lou came to Aruba in 29 straight from Union High.
Got off the tanker, took one look around and almost said
goodbye.
Now a fella named Rodgers was running the show when Lou
first came our way.
Lou was getting 180 per month, or over 10 guilders a day!
He was working 56 hours a week to earn that princely sum.
But got his room, board and laundry free and an occasional L
bottle of rum.
SStarted out as a helper first class, not as a chem engineer.
Finally made operator 1st class, a high point in his career.
About that time Captain Rodgers was out and L.G. Smith
took his place.
But Lou kept on plugging right along keeping that same
steady pace.
The Process Foreman's slot opened up, Lou's star was start-
ing to rise.
He became the boss of the whole Cracking Plant to every-
one's utter surprise.
As the years rolled by Lou had a good life working for
LO&T.
He had his kids, he had his boats and of course his wife Mary.
In 46 another change came when Smith said goodbye to the
bunch.
Joe Horigan came and took over command, but Lou just rol-
led with the punch.
The Div. Sup's spot was next on the list of our Hero's long
climb to the top.
He looked toward that day when his mother could say "you
can't call my fine son a flop."
Horigan left around 56 and Mingus rode tall in the saddle.
Lou is still here, but Mingus has gone to Tyler to tend to his
cattle.
Now Lou was starting to set his sights high his ambition
grew to excess.
The Process Manager's job moved him up the ladder of suc-
cess.
Bud Murray took over in 61, but that didn't faze Lou at all.
He knew he'd be here till the end of time, answering de.-
S.r.; tiny's call.
1"- Lou finally rose to the top of the heap an acting Lago V.P. I
MacNutt assumed he was here to stay on this I think we
all agree.
Then Bud had enough, called Lou in one day early last No-
vember.
Said "Lou you've been around here too long, we're throwing
you out in December."
Now Lou's Lago consultant will he ever quit? The answer
seems to be never.
Tho Presidents come and Presidents go, MacNutt goes on
Yachtsman G. L. MacNutt forever. Admiring the gift






ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Queen Juliana's


Birthday


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Dutch Marines Mariniers Hulandes


Pillow fight Bringamento cu cusinchi.


Popular


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and Festivities


Curve driving contest Stuur den curva.


Climbing greased pole Subi palu ceba.


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1(1 dash Corremento duro.


Ball-in-spoon race Corre cu bala den cuchara.


Marines' armored parade Parada cu auto arma.


Maypole dance in Seroe Colorado Baile di cinta na Seroe Colorado.

S- Weganan Popular q Festividades


Car balancing Balanzamento di auto.


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Program diPre-Empleo Ta cuminza

Pa Graduados di School Tecnico


Dialuna nochi (5 Mei) 7'or,
Hefe di Lago su Seccion di
Training F. S. Francis a ha-
bri session di entrenamento pa
e promer grupo di 23 gradu-
ado di school tecnico, bao di
Lago su program preparato-
rio bao di cual un persona por
haya trabao. E program ta
ofrece un oportunidad di en-
trenamento cu ta dura seis
luna, cu posibilidad di haya
trabao na Lago durante of
despues di a complete e curso
cu exito. Di dos grupo di 23
estudiante lo cuminza entre-
namento similar Juni 23.
Dependiendo di nan entre-
namento y nan cumplimento na
trabao, esnan cu ta recibi en-
trenamento y kende a worde
acepta pa trabao por den fu-


S"Esso Oranjestad"
(Continued from page 1)
Port Shipbuilding Corpora-
tion, Port Arthur, the "Esso
Oranjestad" passed off the
western tip of Cuba, proceed-
ed close to Grand Cayman to
Jamaica and then straight to
Aruba.
Except for a few days of
rough sea in the Gulf of
Mexico and northeast of Aru-
ba, the 7-man delivery crew
had a smooth run. Equipped
with a 3000 HP diesel engine,
the 289.3 GRT tug traveled
at 12.5 knots per hour, but its
maximum speed is 14 knots.
The new "Esso Oranje-
stad", with an overall length
of 105 feet, a 32 feet beam
and 17 feet draft, will replace
the present "Esso Oranje-
stad", which has been in ser-
vice since 1952. The old "Es-
so Oranjestad" is 100 feet
long, 27 feet wide and has a
1600 HP engine.
Lago personnel who were
closely involved in the tug re-
placement project included C.
R. Miannay of Mechanical-
M&C for the design and spe-
cifications and K. T. Wong of
Mechanical Engineering and
H. Hoo of Process-Oil Move-
ments for the construction
phase.
The crew that brought the
new "Esso Oranjestad" to
Aruba will also bring the new
"Esso San Nicolas" to Aruba
next week.


turo bai dilanti y alcanza
puesto di Tradesman A of di
supervisor.
E personanan recibiendo
entrenamento, cu tin edad
entire 18 y 25 anja, ta recibi
un abono di 2 florin pa cada
session cu nan atende, cual
suma ta pa juda paga gastu-
nan di transportation. Lesnan
ta word dund tres bez pa si-
man, di 7 or te 9 or di anochi
den oficina 277 di Lago su
Edificio Administrativo. Den
curso di entrenamento un es-
tudiante por word kitd na
cualkier moment pa mal
cumplimento na school, mal
actitud di su parti, ora e fal-
ta hopi bez, of un combina-
cion di e tres causa menciona.
E curso lo cubri Conoce-
mento Fundamental di Refi-
nacion, Quimica Petrolera,
Habilidad di traha cu Equipo
(i n s t r umento, electricidad,
machinist) y Seguridad. Tur
les di e curso ta na Ingles.
E instructornan, kende tur
ta ingeniero Antiliano of otro
empleado local cu alta cali-
ficacion, ta: Felix Croes, H.
A. Kelly, Carlos de Cuba,
Alex Hoo, J. Noguera, C. As-
sang, Ray Farro, F. E. Dow-
ling, A. Martinus, A. Britten,
H. Coffi, F. Bikker, E. A.
Halley, E. A. Beaujon y W.
Brinkman.
Esnan cu compania ofrece
trabao ta bai traha den De-
partamento Mechanical, y nan
lo cuminza como "Trainee".

MacNutt Ta Retira
(Continud di pagina 1)
tabata tur ora na harimentu
pa cada "anecdota" cu Gerry
a conta.
Cu igual esfuerzo cu Gerry,
George Cvejanovich a dirigi
su mes na esnan present y a
leza un "Oda dedica na G.L.
MacNutt" eual George mes a
scirbi. E pieza ey a duna des-
cripcion di carera di Sr. Mac-
Nutt na Lago, den termino-
nan menos serio y tur esnan
present a goza di dj6 (Texto
complete di e poesia aki na
Ingles ta riba pag. 3).
Durante e parti official Carle
Williams a present na Sr.
MacNutt un mapa di Aruba
den un lUshi di mahok cu for-
ma di nos isla. Segun nos por


Lago Vice President J. M. Ballenger just placed a wreath at
the monument honoring World War II dead, May 4.
Lago Vice President J. M. Ballenger a pone un krans na e
monument pa honra victims di II Guera Mundial Mei 4.


Sociedad San Vicente de Paula

Asisti den nan Programa Social


Sociedad San Vicente de
Paula di San Nicolas a recibi
un donacion na placa for di
Lago poco dia pasA. Presen-
tacion di e cheque a tuma lu-
gar den oficina di Sr. B. E.
Nixon, Lago su Gerente di
Relacionnan Publico y Indus-
trial, durante un bishita di
miembronan di directive di e
sociedad.
Entregando Lago su con-
tribucion na Sr. N. A. Isido-
ra, president di e Sociedad,
Sr. Nixon a bise: "Consider-
ando e bon obranan cu boso
Sociedad ta haciendo pa fami-
anan pober na San Nicolas,
nos no por laga tal trabao
pasa sin duna un man como
judanza. Ta un gran satisfac-
cion pa nos di por asisti boso
sociedad, pa e continue su ac-
tividad pa un causa asina
meritorio."
Present tambe tabata Sr.
F. F. Leerdam, kende ta te-

a mira cara di e gerente di
Departamento Process cu ta
retire, no tabatin duda cu el
a gusta su regalo masha ho-
pi, ya cu esey ta represent e
isla caminda el a pasa major
parti di su bida.
Na number di Lago, Presi-
dente W.A. Murray a express
gratitud na Sr. MacNutt pa
su servicio largu y fiel.
Despues di palabra di gra-
titud di Sr. MacNutt, hopi
empleado a keda na e club,
cu much gustu di sigi e
fiesta tan anima.


sorero di e Sociedad, y Lago
su Administrador di Relacion-
nan Publico, Sr. O. V. Anto-
nette.

Sociedad San Vicente de
Paula ya a juda mas cu 100
famia den distrito di San Ni-
colas desde su fundacion tres
anja pasa. Nan ta asisti
85 famia regularmente cu cu-
minda, panja y zapatu. Tam-
be e organization ta percurA
pa un protrama di cuminda
di merdia na school pa mas o
menos 100 much riba dianan
di school.


June 6th Is Deadline

To Submit Requests

For Summer Training

For the 15th consecutive
year, Lago will offer on-the-job
summer training to college
students. The program runs
from June 23 to August 15.

Applications must be turn-
ed in before June 6, 1969. Ap-
plication forms are now avail-
able at the Training Section,
G.O.B. Room 179, phone
9-2527.

The program is open to
children of Aruba residents
who are enrolled at an ac-
credited college abroad. They
must have successfully com-
pleted at least one year of
college.


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Mav 9. 1969


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May 9. 1969 ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Candidates for Miss Teenage Aruba for 1969: Noord: Oneida Valdez, Frieda Figaroa, Milda Maduro; Oranjestad: Mary
Tsu, Etleen Oduber, Sharon Rose Berkley; Santa Cruz: Glenda Croes, Lucia Werleman, Aurita Lampe; Savaneta: Jenny
Duyn; Roosje Leaiez, Esmeralda Geerman; San Nicolas: Ingrid Ponson, Jacqueline Rovelet, Judith Greaux.


Election 1969 pa

MISS TEENAGE ARUBA

Na e concurso pa Miss


Election of 1969

MISS TEENAQE ARUBA

At the Miss Teenage Aru-

ba contest held at the

Wilhelmina Stadium Fri-

day night, May 2, Onei-

da Valdez from Noord

was elected Miss Teen-
age for 1969. In center

picture, Johnny Oduber

performs the coronation.


Teenage Aruba


no Wilhelmina Stadion

Diabierna, Mei 2, Onei-

da Valdez for di Noord

a ser eligi Miss Teenage

pa 1969. Den portret den

centro, Johnny Oduber ta

haci e coronamento.


Seven finalists for 1969 Miss Teenage Aruba contest (left to
right): Siete finalists pa Miss Teenage di Aruba pa 1969 (robez
pa drechi): Etleen Oduber, Mary Tsu, Glenda Croes, Frieda Figa-
roa, Oneida Valdez, Aurita Lampe, Sharon Rose Berkley.


Raiza Ponson (left), Miss Teenage Aruba for 1968, &
three finalists for 1969 (I to r): Raiza Ponson (ro-
bez), Miss Teenage 1968, y tres finalists pa 1969 (r
pa d): Etleen Oduber, Oneida Valdez, Aurita Lampe.


ARUBA ESSO NEWS


May 9, 1969









ARUBA ESSO NEWS May 9. 1960


Vincent de Paul Society Assisted

In Carrying Out Welfare Program
The St. Vincent de Paul F. Leerdam, the society's
Society of San Nicolas receiv- treasurer, and Mr. O. V. An-
ed a cash donation from Lago tonette, Lago's Public Rela-
recently. Presentation of the tions Administrator.
check took place in the office
of Mr. B. E. Nixon, Lago's The St. Vincent de Paul
Public & Industrial Relations Society has been helping over
Manager, during a visit by 100 families in the San Nico-
board members of the society, las area since its foundation


Vice President J. M. Ballenger presents Miss Betty Ratzlaff,
manager of the Washington Youth Center, with Lago's
contribution to assist the organization with their work. Also
present were A. Boekhoudt (I) of the Youth Center, and
O. V. Antonette, Lago's PR Administrator.
Vice President J. M. Ballenger ta entrega Srta. Betty Ratz-
laff, director di Centro Hubenil Washington, un check
como Lago su contribution pa asisti e organization su tra-
bao. Tambe present na e occasion aki tabata Sr. Alberto
Boekhoudt (robez), miembro di Directiva di e Centro Huben-
il, y Sr. O. V. Antonette, Lago su Administrador di PR.


In handing over Lago's
contribution to Mr. N. A. Isi-
dora, the society's president,
Mr. Nixon said: "Considering
the good work your society is
doing for the needy families
of San Nicolas, we cannot let
such work go by without ex-
tending a helping hand. It is
a great satisfaction to us to
be able to assist your society
in continuing this worthy
cause."
Also present were Mr. F.


three years ago. They assist
eighty-five families on a reg-
ular basis with food, clothing
and shoes.

Another function of the
society is to conduct courses,
such as domestic science, hy-
giene, budgeting, etc., to teach
the families concerned to help
themselves. Also, the organ-
ization conducts a school
lunch program whereby they
provide about 100 children
with one meal on schooldays.


I Financia pa Cas
(Continud di pagina 2)
ma minimo na man cu ta 5%;
un tipo di interest abao; pla-
ca di hipoteca ta word kitA
for di pago di empleadonan;
sistema mas facil di colateral,
tambe e placa di hipoteca por
worde usA pa liquids, un hipo-
teca cu empleado tin pero ri-
ba cual e ta pagando interest
haltu, y un cierto cantidad di
plannan di cas lo ta disponi-
bel gratis.
Un condition pa hanja hipo.
teca di Home Building Foun-
dation bao di e plan nobo ta,
cu e cas mester ta traha na
Aruba riba tereno erfpacht of
propiedad. Suma di e presta-
mo ta worde fihS pa cada ca-
so individual, depend di ca-
pacidad di e empleado di pa-
ga bek.
Peticionnan pa hanja un hi-
poteca bao di e plan nobo
master worde manda pa E.D.
Fowler, oficina 163 den Lago
su oficina central.

NEW ARRIVALS
Frebrary s2, ls6s
VROLIK, Elias Refining Divi-
sion; A son, Elias Alberto.
February S, 1see
WONG, Kok Tai Mechanical -
Ens.: A son, Lars Christhopher.
March 1, l6se
BROWN, Errol E. Mechanlcal;
A son, Errol Octavlo.
March 1, If
WERLEMAN, Carlito Process-Oil
Movements; A on, Henry Wil-
fridus.
SMarch 5, 1560
PETERSON, Raymond Mechani-
cal -,-Engineering; A son, Gre-
gory Gustave.


"Esso Oranjestad" Nobo a Yega Haaf di San Nicolas
Despues di a cruza Golfo di Cu excepcion di algun dia 100 pia largu, 27 pia hanchu
Mexico y Mar Caribe den 7 di lama brutu den Golfo di y e tin un motor di 1600 for-
dia, 17 ora y 54 minuut, La- Mexico y noreste di Aruba, e za di cabal.
go su remolcador nobo ESSO tripulacion di entrega di 7 Empleadonan di Lago cu
ORANJESTAD a traca den homber tabatin un biahe sin tabata directamente encargA
haf di San Nicolas mas of me- novedad. Cu un motor di 3000 cu e project di remplaza tug.
nos 12.30 di merdia Diabier- forsa di cabai tipo Diesel, e nan ta inclui C.R. Miannay di
nes, Mei 2. E tug a sali for di tug cu ta midi 289.3 tonelada Mechanical-M&C pa disefio y
Port Arthur dia 24 di April bruto, a biaha cu velocidad specificasionnan y K.T. Wong
7 or di anochi. di 12.5 milia pa ora. pero e di Mechanical-Engineering y


Esaki ta esun promer di e
dos tugnan cu Lago a pidi di
Gulf Port Shipbuilding Cor-
poration, Port Arthur. "Esso
Oranjestad" a pasa e punta
mas west di Cuba, a nabega
cerca di Grand Cayman pa Ja-
maica, y di eynan directamen-
te pa Aruba.


tug por alcanza su velocidad
maxima di 14 milja nautico.
ESSO ORANJESTAD nobo
tin largura total di 105 pia, e
ta 32 pia hanchu y su calado
ta 17 pia. E ta tuma lugar di
e actual ESSO ORANJESTAD
cu ta den servicio for di 1952.
ESSO ORANJESTAD bieu ta


H. Hoo di Process-Oil Move.
ments kende a cubri e fase di
construction.
E tripulacion cu a haci en-
trega di ESSO ORANJE-
STAD nobo na Aruba tambe
lo trece ESSO SAN NICO-
LAS nobo for di Port Arthur
pa Aruba otro siman.


New tug "Esso Oranjestad" (2nd from right) entering San Nicolas Harbor at noon time
May 2 escorted by and receiving "showers" from old tug "Esso Oranjestad" (extreme right)
and "Esso San Nicolas" (extreme left) and Government tug "Arikok".
Remolcador nobo "Esso Oranjestad" (2do di drechi) drentando Haaf di San Nicolas mer-
dia di Mel 2 escolta pa y recibiendo "banjo" di tug bieuw "Esso Oranjestad" (mas na
drechi) y "Esso San Nicolas (mas na robez) y "Arikok" di Gobierno.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


May 9, 1989