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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: March 20, 1970
Frequency: biweekly
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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. ESS IN

Aruba, Netherlands Antilles K EW ,


March 20, 1970


At left, Science Fair Committee Chairman Alex Hoo extends
welcome to guests at the 1970 Lago Science Fair; in second
picture Dr. F. M. A. Saladin announces 10 winners; and at
right Lago President J. M. Ballenger thanks all for their
cooperation, congratulates the students and performs open-
ing ceremony at the Bonaire Club, inviting guests and visit-
ors to see the 41 science projects. (See Pages 4 & 5).


Na robez, President di Comite di Science Fair Alex Hoo ta
extended bonbini na Feria Cientifica 1970, den 2do portret
Dr. F. M. A. Saladin ta anuncia diez ganador, y na drechi
President J. M. Ballenger ta gradici tur pa nan cooperation,
ta felicita estudiantes, y ta habri e Feria na Bonaire Club,
invitando huespedes y bishitantes pa mira e 41 proyectos
cientifico. (Mira Paginas 4 y 5).


Joaquin Croes Nombra Superintendente di Division Nobo den Process Dept.


Lago to Sponsor an Art Contest

Among Employees, Family Members
Lago announced recently greater share in the cultural
that it will sponsor a painting development of the Aruban
contest among employees and community.
family members. The contest, the first of its
Aware of its role as a res- kind to be sponsored by Lago,
ponsible corporate citizen, the will be open to all employees,
company wishes to have a (Continued on page 8)


Judges for the 41 Science Fair projects were (I to r):
Hueznan pa e 41 proyectos di Feria Cientifica (r pa d):
Dr. G. de Vries, Dr. F. M. A. Saladin, Ir. J. van Beuzekom.


Efectivo Maart 1, 1970,
Joaquin Croes a recibi promo-
cion pa puesto di superinten-
dente di Light Hydrocarbons
Division, cual a word designA
como un division nobo den


J. Croes
Process Dept. E division nobo
ta consist di e anterior distri-
tonan di Catalytic & Light
Ends y Refining Control Cen-
ter. Den su position nobo Joa-
quin lo ta responsabel pa plan-
tanan di PCAR, GAR-1, LEAR
1 y 2, FGS, ISAR, AAR-1 y 2,
NFAR y Centro di Control di
Refinacion.
Joaquin, cu tabata encarga
cu e distritonan aki como su-
pervisor di operacionnan ya
for di Juni 1969, tin mas cu
bintiseis anja cu compania. E


ta promer Arubiano cu ta al-
canza e puesto aki sin educa-
cion formal di colegio.
Su promer trabao tabata
como mensahero B den Depto.
di Relaciones Industrial.
Despues el a bai school voca-
cional di Lago, cual el a caba
na 1948.
Na 1946 el a pasa pa Proc-
ess, Catalytic Division, camin-
da e tabata haci trabao di
levelman den Catalytic &
Light Ends na 1952. El a bai
dilanti, alcanzando puesto di
assistant operator na 1954 y
operator di plant na 1957.
Su proximo promotion na
1962 a hacid foreman asisten-
te di ward den Catalytic &
Light Ends. Ey den el a bira
foreman di warda na 1964 y
despues el a traha tambe co-
mo foreman di mantenecion y
coordinator di mantenecion.
Un promocion cu el a recibi
na 1967 a hacid foreman di
process den distrito cu ta in-
clui Catalytic & Light Ends.
Den su tempu liber Joaquin
a studio un curso'di ICS den
operation di refineria, sigul
door di Laboratorio pa desar-
(Continud na pagina S)


VOL. 31 No. 6


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A WA0 sJoaquin Croes Named Superintendent

L.,ao oTransport Co. LtE Of New Light Hydrocarbons Division
gao Oil &Trlansport Co., Ltd. 00)P ~aon re amdueinedn


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


Ambulans Nobo Tin Dos Resusitador

Pa Por Yuda Salba Bida di Hende


Poliz di Lago algun tempo
past a recibi un ambulans nobo,
na lugar di esun di tipo mas
bieu. Cu bentana di glas tur
round, e ambulans nobo tin
un compartimento patras cu
ta mas hanchu, largu y haltu.
Den e espacio ey tin lugar pa
tres paciente riba cama y un
persona pa atende nan, mien-
tras un paciente por sinta
banda di e chofer. Fuera di
portanan dobbel patras, e am-
bulans tin port dobbel na un
banda.
Un pieza di equipo nobo den
e ambulans ta un aparato au-
tomatico pa duna un paciente
oxigeno. Otro equipo medico
ta inclui un contenedor seya
pa promer ajudo na hende
heridt, un maletin seya pa
dokter, spalknan, y un apara-
to di oxigeno pa uso manual.
Tambe tin un brancard espe-
cial pa trasporta paciente cu
tin lomba herida.
Lago tambe tin un ambu-
lans auxiliar cu por trasporta
dos paciente riba cama y un
paciente sinta.
Empleadonan di Departa-
mento di Poliz di Lago ta tra-


ha cu e ambulansnan, y nan
ta cualificA pa asisti persona
cu a haya desgracia. Tambe
nan por traha cu e aparato-
nan di oxigeno automatic y
manual.

New Ambulance Has

Resuscitators to Help

Protect Human Lives
The Lago Police recently
acquired a new ambulance as
replacement for an older type.
With glass windows all
around, the new ambulance
has a wider, longer and higher
rear compartment. This com-
partment can accommodate
three bed patients with atten-
dant, while one sitting patient
can be transported next to the
driver. The ambulance also
has double side doors in ad-
dition to the double rear
doors.
A new piece of equipment
available in the ambulance is
an automatic resuscitator.
Other medical equipment in-
clude a sealed First Aid kit,
a sealed emergency doctor's


Effective March 1, 1970,
Joaquin Croes was promoted
to superintendent of the new-
ly designated Light Hydrocar-
bons Division in the Process
Department. This division is
made up of the former Catal-
ytic & Light Ends areas and
the Refining Control Center.
In his new position, Joaquin
will be responsible for the
processing areas of PCAR,
GAR-1, LEAR 1 & 2, FGS,
ISAR, AAR-1 & 2, NFAR, and
the Refining Control Center.
Joaquin, who has been in
charge of these areas as
operations supervisor since
June 1969, has been with the
company for over twenty-six
years. He is the first Aruban
to attain this position without
formal college training.
His first job was as mes-
senger B in the Industrial Re-
lations Department. Later he
joined the Lago Vocational
School and graduated in Au-
gust 1948.
In 1946 he transferred to
Process-Catalytic D division

kit, splints, and a manual re-
suscitator. There is also a
metal stretcher for handling
patients with back injuries.
Lago has also an auxiliary
ambulance which can trans-
port two bed patients and one
sitting patient.
The two ambulances are
operated by Lago Police per-
sonnel who are qualified first-
aid men and know how to
operate the manual as well as
the automatic resuscitator


Air '-


where he became levelman in
the Catalytic & Light Ends
area in 1952. He advanced to
assistant operator in 1954 and
to operator in 1957.
His next promotion in 1962
made him assistant shift fore-
man in Catalytic & Light
Ends. Here he became a shift
foreman in 1964 and subse-
quently worked as mainten-
ance foreman and maintenance
coordination. A 1967 promo-
tion made him process fore-
man in Catalytic & Light
Ends area.
Joaquin, who on his own
time studied an ICS course in
Refinery Operations, followed
the Organization Development
Lab at Lago in 1964. He also
took the Effective Manage-
ment Course in 1966 and the
Kepner-Tregoe Course Gen-
eral in 1968.
In his spare time he enjoys
stereo music. His other hob-
bies include watching football
and baseball games.
Married, Joaquin has five
children, three daughters and
two sons.

J. Croes Promovi
(Continud di pagina 1)
oja organization na 1964, na
Lago. El a tuma e curso di
Gerencia Efectivo na 1966 y
curso Kepner-Tregoe, part
general, na 1968.
Ora e ta liber e ta gusta
scucha music stereo. Su
otro pasatemponan ta mira
weganan di futbol y beisbol.
Joaquin ta casa y tin cincu
yim, tries muher y dos homber.
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This new Lago ambulance is equipped with a manual resusci-
tator, shown at left by Lago Police Corporal Ottis Leverock.
It also has an automatic resuscitator.
E ambulans nobo aki ta equipa cu un resucitador manual
munstra na robez pa Lago Police Corporal Ottis Leverock.


March 20 1970


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS







March 20, 1970 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 3


- Year Service Awards


- March 1970


Martin F. Figaroa start-
ed as a Lago Vocational
School student in 1940 and
was assigned to Mechani-
cal-Mason. After gradua-
tion in 1944, he worked as
a machinist helper "B" ad-
vancing to machinist "C".
Called to military service
a year later, he returned to
the Machinist Section in
1947 where he was prom-
oted to machinist "A" in
1955. This title was chang-
ed to equipment tradesman
"A" in 1967.


Martin F. Figaroa


Mr. Figaroa, who pres-
ently is acting area super-
visor in Mechanical-M&C-
General, observed his serv-
ice anniversary March 11.


Segundo P. de Kort of
Mechanical-M&C-General is
also a former Lago Voca-
tional School apprentice of
the 1944 class. His entire
company career has been
in the Mechanical Depart-
ment where he started as
an electrician helper "B"
and advanced to the elec-
trician "A" category in
1951. In 1957 he became
foreman in the Electrical
Section. This title was
changed to area supervisor-
Equipment Section in 1966.

Since 1969 he has been
regional supervisor in
Mechanical-M & C-General.
On March 11, Mr. de Kort
celebrated his 30th service
anniversary.


Jose Stamper began his
Lago career as a mechani-
cal apprentice "D" in


Mechanical Electrical in
1940. Here he moved up to
trades apprentice "A" in
1943, but was called to mi-
litary service that same
year. Returning in 1946, he
was assigned to the Proc-
ess-Catalytic & Light Ends
as process helper "D". He
became process helper in
1951.

Mr. Stamper advanced to
levelman two years later.
An assistant operator in
Catalytic & Light Ends
since 1964, he observed his
30th service anniversary
March 11.


Cornelis M a d u r o of
Mechanical-Metal Section
was originally employed as
a mechanical apprentice
"D" in 1940 assigned to the
Boiler Section. He advanc-
ed to mechanical appren-
tice "A" in 1942. Shortly
thereafter he entered mili-
tary service. He rejoined
Lago in 1945.

As a laborer "B" he
worked in the Boiler Sec-
tion where in 1948 he pro-
gressed to boilermaker "C".
His promotion to boiler-
maker "A" came in 1953.

A metal tradesman "A"-
Metal Section since 1967,
Mr. Maduro completed his
30 years of service March


rera cu compania el a pasa
den Departamento Mecha-
nical, caminda el a cuminza
como electrician helper 'B'
y cu promocion a bira elec-
tricista 'A' na anja 1951.
Na 1957 el a bira foreman
den Seccion Electrical. Su
titulo di trabao a cambia
pa area supervisor-Equip-
ment Section na 1966.

Desde 1969 e ta un su-
pervisor regional den Mech-
anical-M&C-General. Sr. de
Kort a cumpli 30 anja na
Lago Maart 11.


Martin F. Figaroa a cu-
minza como estudiante di
Lago su Vocational School
na 1940, y el a bai traha
na Mechanical-Mason. Des-
pues di a gradua na 1944,
el a traha como machinist
helper 'B' y despues a bira
'C'. Un anja despues nan a
jamd pa Schutterg, y des-
pues el a bolbe na seccion
di Machinist na 1947, ca-
minda el a recibi promo-
clon y a bira machinist 'A'
na 1955. Su titulo di trabao
a cambia y a bira equip-
ment tradesman 'A' na
1967.

Sr. Figaroa, kende ac-
tualmente ta area supervi-
sor interino den Mechani-
cal-M&C-General, a cumpli
su 30 anja di servicio
Maart 11.


Jose Stamper a cuminza
su carera na Lago como
aprendiz den clase 'D cu
Mechanical Electrical na
1940. El a recibi promotion
y a bira aprendiz 'A' na
1943, pero e mes anja ey e
master a bal den servicio
military. Ora el a bolbe na
1946 el a bai traha den
Process-Catalytic & Light


Ends como process helper
'D'. Na 1951 el a bira pro-
cess helper.

Dos anja despues Sr.
Stamper a bai dilanti y a
bira levelman. Un opera-
dor asistente den Catalytic
& Light Ends desde 1964,
ariba Maart 11 el a observe
su 30 anja na Lago.


Cornelis Maduro


Cornelis Maduro di Mech-
anical-Metal Section a cu-
minza su carera na Lago
como aprendiz D den Mech-
anical na 1940, trahando
den Seccion di Boiler. El a
bai dilanti birando aprendiz
'A' na 1942. Poco tempu
despues el a word jama
pa schutterU. Na 1945 el a
bolbe na Lago.

Como obrero 'B' el a tra-
ha den Seccion di Boiler te
cu na 1948 cu un promo-
cion el a bira Boilermaker
'C'. Na 1953 cu otro pro-
mocion el a bira boilerma-
ker 'A'.

Actualmente Sr. Maduro
ta un tradesman 'A' Me-
tal Section desde 1967. El
a cumpli 30 anja na trabao
Maart 13.


Segundo P. de Kort


Segundo P. de Kort di
Mechanical-M & C-General,
tambe ta un estudiante di
ambachtsschool di Lago di
clase 1944. Henter su ca-


25-Year Service Watch Recipient


Evaristo P. Pinedo -


Proc. Ref. Utilities







ARUBA ESSO NEWS M


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SECOND GROUP PRIZE: Insects, project THIRD GROUP PRIZE: Lunar Module,
of Tony Richardson and Rudolf Wilson of made by Claude Wever and Juan Geerman
Augustinus College. of San Nicolas Technical School.


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FIRST GROUP PRIZE: Minia
by R. Anthony, E. Dankerlui,
and J. Werleman of


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NATURAL SCIENCE PRIZE: The world of
bees, prepared by Brenda Martin, Carmen
Kruythoff, Marva Hansen of Providentia
College.


PHYSICAL SCIENCE PRIZE: Newton


Richfield Mirror Telescope, made
Loor of Colegio Arubano.


by Frank
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1970 Lago Science Fair Inspires 75 Young Minds to Create 40 Projects


On Monday, March 16, at
4:30 p.m. the 1970 Lago
Science Fair officially opened
its display of students' pro-
jects in the Bonaire Club, San
Nicolas. The ribbon cutting
ceremony was performed by
Lago's president, Mr. J. M.
Ballenger.
Alex Hoo, Lago Science
Fair Committee Chairman,
welcomed the guests and visi-
tors and called on Dr. F. M.
A. Saladin, one of the judges,
to announce the winning pro-
jects.
Following this announce-
ment Alex Hoo introduced
President Ballenger. Mr. Bal-
lenger congratulated the win-
ners and thanked all those
who helped make this year's
science fair a success: stud-
ents, teachers, independent ad-
visers and members of the
Science Fair Committee.
Mr. Ballenger concluded his
remarks with the news that


Lago will sponsor another
science fair in 1971.
On display were 41 projects
representing various fields of
science, such as biology, phy-
sics, chemistry, mathematics
and technology. There were 24
individual projects and 17
group projects from 75 par-
ticipants of eleven schools.
Among the guests at the
opening were government of-
ficials, representatives of the
press, radio and TV, school
principals, teachers and stud-
ents, parents of the partici-
pants and other visitors.
The three judges for this
year's projects were Dr. F. M.
A. Saladin, surgeon; Dr. G.
de Vries, veterinarian; and Ir
J. van Beuzekom, Public
Works Dept. head.
In Oranjestad Lago's fourth
Science Fair is open at the
Sociedad Bolivariana today
from 4:30-8:30 p.m. and to-
morrow, from 2-8 p.m.


THIRD INDIVIDUAL PRIZE winner was George Thomas
of John F. Kennedy Technical School who prepared the
project: Thermo Hardening.


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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


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FIRST INDIVIDUAL PRIZE: Hovercraft, of
Pascal Mulder of Colegio Arubano.


SECOND INDIVIDUAL PRIZE: Polyester
Mold, of Cirilio Abath of La Salle College.
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Mt Launch Pad Apollo 12, made
n"is, M. v/d Linden, J. Roberts,
'luts Technical School.
ol


NATURAL SCIENCE PRIZE: Shell Collec-
tion, prepared by Nico Jacobs of Colegio
Arubano.


This project by Mater Dei Huishoudschool
students stresses the dangers that tots may
encounter.


SFeria Cientifica di Lago Ta Inspira 75 Mente Hoben pa Crea 40 Proyectos


PHYSICAL SCIENCE GROUP PRIZE winners were J. A.
tha Haynes, M. F. Lejuez, E. A. Rijke, A. Schwengle of San
Nicolas Technical School who made a steam engine.


Dialuna, Maart 16, pa 4:30
di atardi, e Feria Cientifica di
Lago pa 1970 a habri oficial-
mente cu exhibition di pro-
yectos di estudiantes den Club
Bonairiano na San Nicolas. E
cortamento di cinta a ser had
pa President di Lago, Sr. J.
M. Ballenger.
Alex Hoo, president di Co-
mit6 di Lago Science Fair, a
yama e huespedes y bishitan-
tes bonbini y a pidi Dr. F. M.
A. Saladin, uno di e hueznan,
pa anuncia e proyectonan ga-
nador.


. P Despues di e anuncio aki,
Alex Hoo a introduce Presi-
dent Ballenger. Sr. Ballenger
a felicita e ganadornan y a
gradici tur kende a yuda haci
e feria cientifica di e anja
aki un exito: e estudiantes,
maestro y maestranan, conse-
heronan y miembros di Comit6
di Science Fair.


Sr. Ballenger a conclui su


remarcas cu e noticia cu La-
go atrobe lo patrocina un fe-
ria cientifica na 1971.
Na exhibition tabatin 41
proyectos representando va-
rios ramo di ciencia, manera
biologia, fisica, quimica, ma-
tematica y teenologia. Tabatin
24 proyectos individual y 17
proyectos di grupo cu a ser
trah8 door di 75 participants
for di diezun school.
Entre e huespedes na e ha-
brimento tabatin oficialnan di
gobierno, representantes di
prensa, radio y TV, cabezan-
tenan di school, maestro y
maestra y estudiantes. Tambe
present tabata e mayornan di
e participants y bishitantes.
E tres hueznan pa e proyec-
tos di e anja aki tabata Dr.
F. M. A. Saladin, un cirujano;
Dr. G. de Vries, veterinario;
y Ir. J. van Beuzekom, Hefe
di Obras Publicas.
(Continud na paginn 7)


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6 ARUBA ESSO NEWS March 20, 1970


Twenty-Five Trailers Installed To House Parsons' Key Personnel


Parsons' Superintendent Earl Chancy (left) and Subcon-
tractor Administrator Richard Bright test cosiness of the
living room of a trailer home.
E sala di cas ariba trailer ta comodo y tin bon espacio.


The first trailer court to be
set up in Aruba took shape
recently when twenty-five
trailer units were moved to
their bases in Seroe Colorado.
The trailer homes will house
key personnel of Parsons who
are assigned to the HDS Pro-
ject.
The aircondltioned units are
fully furnished and equipped.
Each unit contains a double
bedroom and a single bed-
room, a living room, a bath-
room, a kitchen-dinette, LPG
gas stove, refrigerator, and
washing machine. The interior
walls are provided with wood
paneling and the floors of the
living room and master bed-
room are carpeted. The other
floors have rubber tiles.


The trailer court is located
east of the Seroe Colorado
School between Main Street
and Seventh Avenue. Resting
on six concrete supports, the
homes are ready for use after
installing connections for wa-
ter, electricity, gas, sewer
and central airconditioning
system.
Each trailer unit is 60 feet
long, 12 feet wide and some
10 feet high.
Supported by two I-beams,
the homes are made of steel
frames with aluminum panel-
ing on the outside, aluminum
roofing and awning windows.
Each unit weighs about seven
tons. The units are also equip-
ped with an aluminum patio
awning.


Master bedroom (left) and bathroom.

25 Cas Ariba Trailer
Instala pa Acomoda

Personal di Parsons 1 -:
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E promer campamento pa
trailer (casita riba wiel) aki
na Aruba a cuminza hanja
forma algun dia past, ora bin-
ticincu trailer a ser movie na
nan lugar den Seroe Colorado.
Den e trailernan ey lo biba
empleadonan principal di Par-
sons, encarga cu trabao riba
plant desulfurador.
E casnan riba trailer ta
completamente airecondicioni
y equipa. Cada un tin un cam-
ber di drumi dobbel y uno di
un persona, un sala, un ban-
jo, un cushina combine cu co-
medor, cu un stoof di gas, re-
frigerador y mashin di laba
panja. Murajanan di interior
tin panel di palu fini y vloer di
sala y camber di drumi gran-
di tin tapUt. E otro vloernan
ta cubri cu mosaico dl rubber.
(Oontnd na pvagina 7)


Single Bedroom and (center) kitchen-dinette.


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March 20. 1970 ARUBA ESSO NEWS


The 35 employees who recently completed the 7-week Refin- E 35 empleados cu recientemente a complete e Curso Basico
ing Basics Course celebrated their graduation with a party di Refinacion a celebra nan graduation cu un fiesta na Aru-
at the Aruba Golf Club Feb. 27. Guests were their instruc- ba Golf Club Feb. 27. Huespedes tabata nan instructornan y
tors and other invitees. MC was Paul Phillips (picture at otro invitados. Maestro di ceremonia tabata Paul Phillips
right). (portret na drechi).


Former Accounting Employee Is Now

Associate Professor of Psychology


Dr. Rudolph (Tim) Chang-
Yit, a former Lago employee,
was recently promoted to the
rank of associate professor of
psychology at Moorhead State
College in Moorhead, Minne-
sota, U.S.A. He had been as-
sistant professor since Sep-
tember, 1966.
Dr. Chang-Yit was an ac-
counting clerk for 12 years at
Lago. He came to Aruba in
1945 and Worked in the Mat-
erials and Commissary Ac-
counting Division for several
years until he was transferred
to the Properties Accounting
Division. He left for the Unit-
ed States in 1957 to enter the
University of Oklahoma in
Norman, Oklahoma, where he
earned a B.A. degree in psy-
chology in 1960 and his M. S.
degree in 1963. He also spent
a year at the Yerkes Labora-
tories of Primate Biology in
Orange Park, Florida, engag-
ed in research with monkeys
and chimpanzees. In 1963 he
began work on his doctoral
degree in comparative psy-
chology (animal behavior) at
the University of South Da-
kota in Vermillion, South Da-
kota, finally obtaining his Ph.
D. in August, 1968.
Dr. Chang-Yit is married to
the former Lazette Bevers of
Blair, Oklahoma. Mrs. Chang-
Yit is a registered nurse, with
a B.S. degree in nursing from
the University of Oklahoma
and an M.A. degree in socio-
logy from North Dakota State


University. She is presently
director of nursing education
at the St. Luke's Hospital
School of Nursing in Fargo,
North Dakota.
Dr. and Mrs. Chang-Yit
have one daughter, Cheryl Eli-
zabeth, who will be three in
April of this year.


Dr. R.


NEW ARRIVALS
Nvemnber 1, 06es
HASSEL, Wentworth Comptrol-
lers: A son, Glen.
November 4. lOS
DE CUBA, Joaquin Technical
Inspection Sect.; A daughter, Vi-
vian,
November S, 1S
TROMP. Juan F. Refininn Divi-
sion; A daughter, Christina Lu.
cilia,
November 1s, 196s
MAIURO, Frans Mechanical; A
son, Aldrin Rufino.
November 24, 2.19
BOEKHOUDT. Alejandro Refining
Division: A son, Alvin Albert.
December 1, 19e9
BAIZ. Celso Refining Division; A
son, Milko Gino Aaron.
LACLE. Virgilio P. Refining Divi-
sion: A son. Andy Marcel.
December 4. 14
CROES, Boyy Refining Division;
A daughter, Clarine Josefine.
December e. 1 s
HEATH, Robert Technical Depart-
ment; A daughter. Lisa Michelle.


CYI Awards December

Fernando A. Rumnit Mech.-Equip.-Section FIs. 40.00
Henio A. James Process-Refining, Utilities ,, (3)
Angel Henriquez Mechanical-O.M. Zone ,, (2)
F. R. Lo Fo Sang Mechanical-O.M. zone ,, (2)
P. G. Brown Mechanical-M&C ,, (3)
George I. Brown Mechanical-M&C
J. D. Semeleer Mechanical-Equipment Section ,
T. W. Latting Mechanical-Shop Zone
R. L. Franken Process-Refining ,
Charles E. Lynch Process-Refining, Utilities ,
Pablo Tromp Process-Refining, Utilities ,
Jose R. Maduro Mechanical-O.M. Zone
Juan T. Lade Process-Refining
Luis H. Arends Process-Refining, Utilities ,
Emile C. P. Jackson Mech.-Equipment Section
H. M. Henriquez Process-Refining
Jorge G. Brion Mechanical-M&C
L. van der Linden Mechanical-O.M. Zone
M. F. Kusmus Technical-Process Engineering
Napoleon Wester Process-Refining, Utilities
G. Montesant Mechanical-Shop Zone
Juan C. Semeleer Mechanical-Shop Zone
Virgilio P. Lade Process-Utilities


I Casnan a
(Continud di pagina 6)
E campamento di trailer ta
keda pariba di School di Seroe
Colorado entire Mainstreet y

S Feria Cientifica
(Continud di pagina 5)
Na Oranjestad Feria Cien-
tifica ta habri na Sociedad
Bolivariana awe, di 4:30 te
8:30 p.m. y mayan, Maart 21,
di 2'or te 8 p.m.

RICHMOND, Paul Technical De-
partment: A son, Andrew Dou-
Flas.
December 1a, *es9
MADURO, Juan DL Refining Divi-
sion; A daughter, Monica Sylva-
nia.
DeIember s, 1e**
TROMP. Damlan Comptroller's: A
son, Anthony Gregory.


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ba Trailer I
di site avenida. Nan ta ponl
ribs seis blokki di concrete, y
nan lo ta cla pa hende biba
aden despues di instalacion di
conecion pa awa, coriente, gas,
riool Y sistema central di aire-
condicionador.
Cada trailer ta 60 pia lar-
gu, 12 pla hanchu y 10 pia
haltu.
Trahi ribs dos biga di heru,
e casnan ta consist di skeleto
di staal cu plancha di alumi-
nio banda pafor, dak di alumi-
nio y bentananan di aluminio.
Cada unidad ta pisa mas of
menos 7000 kilo. Cada trailer
tin tambe un dak chikitu pa
su patio.


ARUBA ESSO NEWS


March 20, 1970








8 ARUBA ESSO NEWS March 20, 1970


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Nine supervisors completed a 14-week Effective Writing
Course March 9. At left Mechanical Manager K. L. Weill
presents certificate to J. P. Wever. The graduates and in-
structor are at right (standing I to r): M. Figaroa, R. Nico-
laas, Course Instructor Carlos de Cuba, E. B. de Palm, S. P.
de Kort. Sitting: J. P. Wever, F. M. Fingal, E. A. Halley
and P. I. Arends. Not in picture is E. Alvarez.

Annuitant Norman Bell Says Hello


To Lago Friends
It is over fourteen years
ago that Norman M. Bell, pro-
cess foreman-Shore Oper-
ations, left Lago and Aruba
on retirement. One can ima-
gine then a feeling of nostal-
gia that must have overcome
him at 3 a.m. March 10 when
he passed five miles south of
Aruba on the cruise ship SS
"Oriana". Remembering his
friends at Lago, where he
worked for over 25 years, he
sent the following cabled
greeting to the former Rec-
eiving and Shipping Depart-
ment:
"Greetings and best wishes
to the former Receiving and
Shipping Dept. and friends in
Seroe Colorado from Norman
and Muriel Bell homeward
bound on the SS "Oriana" pas-
sing Aruba 3 a.m. Tuesday,
March 10, five miles south."
Norman and his wife Mu-


I Art Contest
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their spouses and children re-
gardless of age. Climaxing the
competition will be an exhibi-
tion of the participants' works
of art and presentation of pri-
zes to the winners.
To plan and coordinate the
contest a Lago Art Contest
Committee has been formed.
It is composed as follows:
Albert C. Eman, chairman;


from Passing Ship
riel were perhaps watching
the thousands of lights at La-
go from their cabin in the wee
hours while on their home-

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Annuitant Norman Bell
ward trip. The "Oriana" call-
ed at Aruba December 29 last
year on a previous tour of the
Caribbean.
The Bells reside on 2 Win-
nards Close; West Parley,
Ferndown; Wimbourne, Dor-
set, England.

Announced
Miss L. I. de Lange, Miss Y.
T. Pablo, Messrs. D. V. Scher-
merhorn and J. W. Hodgson,
members.
Additional details of the
contest, such as contest rules,
deadline, painting techniques
and prizes will be announced
later. It is planned to hold the
exhibition of the paintings en-
tered in the contest in the
third quarter of this year.


Nuebe supervisor a complete un Curso di Scirbimento Efec-
tivo di 14 siman Maart 9. Na robez, Gerente di Mechanical
K. L. Weill ta present certificado na J. P. Wever.. E gradu-
ados y nan instructor ta den portret na drechi (parando -
r pa d): M. Figaroa, R. Nicolaas, Instructor Carlos de Cuba,
E. B. de Palm, S. P. de Kort. Sintando: J. P. Wever, F. M.
Fingal, E. A. Halley y P. I. Arends. Ausente tabata E. Al-
varez.


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One of 25 trailer homes, 60 feet long, 12 feet wide and
weighing about 7 tons, is transported through the refinery
to the new Seroe Colorado Trailer Court.
Uno di e 25 casnan ariba trailer, 60 pia largu, 12 pia hanchu
y cu peso di casi 7 ton, ta ser transport door di refineria pa
e Parque di Trailer den Seroe Colorado.


Lago Lo Patrocina Concurso di Arte

Entre Empleados y nan Familia


Lago a anuncia reciente-
mente cu compania lo patroci-
na un concurso di pintamento
entire empleadonan y miembro-
nan di familiar.
Consciente di su tarea como
un ciudadano incorpor. res-
ponsabel, compania ta desea
di tin un parti mas grand den
e desaroyo cultural di e co-
munidad Arubano.
E concurso, e di promer di
su clase cu Lago ta auspiciA,
lo ta habri pa tur su emplea-
donan, nan esposa y yiunan di
tur edad. Punto culminante di
e competencia lo ta un exhibi-
cion di e trabaonan di arte di
e participants y presentation


di premios na e ganadornan.
Pa planes y coordina e con-
curso, un Comite nobo di Con-
curso di Arte a ser formA.
Esaki tin como components:
Albert C. Eman, president;
Srta. L. I. de Lange, Srta. Y.
T. Pablo, Sres. D. V. Scher-
merhorn y J. W. Hodgson,
miembros.
Mas detayes tocante e con-
curso, manera reglanan di
concurso, fecha final pa man-
da pinturas, tecnico di pinta-
mento y premios, lo ser anun-
ciA despues. Plannan ta pa
tene e exhibition di obranan
di participants den tercer
cuartal e anja aki.


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