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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 16, 1971
Frequency: biweekly
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Language: Text in English and papiamento.
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Esso
Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.
Aruba, Netherlands Antilles

VOL. 32 No. 14 July 16, 1971


Pensionistas di Lago

Ta Recibi un Aumento

Den Pension Juli 1

Algun dia past Lago a aproba
un aumento di pension cu e ta
paga na ex-empleadonan cu a
bai cu pension bonafide pro-
mer cu Januari 1, 1969. E pro-
grama di Suplementacion pa
Pensionistanan a drenta na vi-
gor dia 1 di Juli 1971.

Costo di e aumento aki pa
compania ta mas of menos 3
miljon florin y ta resultado di
un studio extensive cu com-
pania a haci di su plan di pen-
sion. E investigation a tuma na
cuenta e suma cu e pensionis-
ta ta recibiendo, e cantidad di
anjanan cu e ta cu pension
caba y algun otro factor econo-
mico.

Lago ta yama un pensionista
bonafide ora cu e bai cu pen-
sion mientras e ta den servicio
di compania y na tal tempo ta
eligibel pa tur e provisionnan y
privilegionan cu compania ta
dun6 segun su Plan di Pensioen.

E pensionistanan en question
ya a recibi un carta participan-
do nan di e aumento aki.


SH e
R. H. Bauer


. L M
A. L. M. Connor


aD.
D. Picus


Bauer, Connor, Peterson, Picus Promoted Effective July


Four promotions were an-
nounced in two Mechanical De-
partment divisions on July 1.
Richard "Dick" H. Bauer be-
came division superintendent -
Mechanical Engineering. In that
same division, Dario Picus and
Raymond L. Peterson advanced
to the new supervisory positions
of inspection group heads in
the Equipment Inspection Sec-
tion.
In the Maintenance & Con-
struction Division, Alexander
"Al" L. M. Connor was prom-
oted to senior engineer in the
Maintenance Engineering Sec-
tion.
Dick Bauer
Dick Bauer transferred from
Esso Research & Engineering
Co., Florham Park (N.J.) to La-
go in August 1969 His initial
a \,


On July 2, PR/IR Manager B. E. Nixon opened the Feria Brillante IV
In Santa Cruz. Lago has donated surplus materials for building the
fair grounds. The proceeds will go towards building a kindergarten
at Kadushl Largo.
Arlba Jull 2 Gerente dl PR/IR B. E. Nixon a habrl Ferei Brillante IV
na Santa Cruz. Lago a duna material surplus pa traha e tereno dl
feria. E ganashi lo bal pa traha un kleuterschool na Kadushl Largo.


assignment was in Mechanical-
Engineering as supervising en-
gineer in the General Engineer-
ing Section which handled the
design and installation of elec-
trical and instrumentation faci-
lities. Before his recent promo-
tion to division superintendent,
he had been acting in that po-
sition since February this year.
Dick received his B.S. degree
in mechanical engineering from
Clarkson College of Technology
in New York in 1961, and a
master's degree in 1962. He has
taken several courses on air
and water pollution control at


the Taft Engineering Center of
the U.S. Department of Interior
at Cincinnati, Ohio.

His nine years' experience in
the petroleum industry includes
four years of offsite and utilities
design work, and several years
supervising environmental con-
trol and safety projects. He also
wrote the computer program-
used by Esso Engineering in
predicting dispersion of gases
from refinery and petrochemical
complexes, which has been
used on air-pollution studies at
(Continued on page 2)


Reorganizations Announced in

Process & Technical Departments


Effective June 21, the follow-
ing organization changes took
place in the Process and Tech-
nical Departments.
In the Technical Department,
a new Crude and Products
Coordination Division was form-
ed, consisting of two sections:
the (short range) Economics
Section, headed by Bill Duke,
and a Coordination Section, un-
der Charlie Bateman. The Eco-
nomics Section was transferred
from the Economics & Planning
Division and the Coordination
Section from the Process-Sup-
ply Division.
Up to August 1, 1971, the new
Crude and Products Coordina-
tion Division will be under
August Genser, who will then
assume a two-year assignment
in New York in the Economics
Section of the Creole-New York


Sales Department. On August
1, Don McLauchlan will assume
responsibility of this new divi-
sion.
The Economics & Planning
Division will be renamed Plan-
ning & Projects Development
Division and will be under the
direction of John Bolich.
Also, effective June 21, Jim
Beissel returned from the HDS
Task Force to reassume super-
vision of the Process Engineer-
ing Division, which will now al-
so provide technical support for
the HDS units.
In the Process Department,
the Supply Division has been
eliminated and its blending
functions have been consolidat-
ed Into the Terminal Division,
which was renamed the Oil
Movements Division. Trev Rhyd-
derch heads this division.







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd. qm Wa


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


Local Talents Can Start Working

To Compete in Lago's Art Contest


For the second year Lago will
sponsor a painting contest for
its employees and their imme-
diate family members. All ages
may participate.
This year's art exhibition will
be held in October. This means
that employees and their spous-
es and children have approxi-
mately three months to express


their talents, using any of the
known painting techniques.
Last year's Art Contest attract-
ed 56 artists who submitted 103
paintings. The winners received
FIs. 900 in cash and gift certi-
ficates.
Further details on this year's
Art Contest will be given in the
near future.


Talentonan LocalPorCuminza Traha

Pa Competi den Concurso di Arte


Pa segundo biaha, Lago lo
sponsor un concurso di pinta-
mento pa empleadonan y nan
familiar Inmediato. Tur edad por
participa.
E anja aki, e exhibition lo tu-
ma lugar na October. Esey, kier
meen cu empleadonan y nan
esposa y yiunan tin mas o me-
nos tres luna pa express nan
talent usando cualkier tecnica
di pintamento.
Anja pasa e concurso di arte
a atrae 56 artist kende a pre-
senta 103 pinturas. E ganador-


nan a recibi FIs. 900 na premio
y certificado pa regalo.
Mas information tocante e
concurso di Arte di e anja aki
lo ser dund den future cercano.

NEW ARRIVALS
May 16, 1971
CURIEL, Manuel & Filomena Refin-
ing Division, A daughter, Sharine
Gwendeline Maria
May 17, 1971
CORNETT, Pedrito & Carolie Tech.
Lab., A son, Odulio Anthony Bea-
man
May 26, 1971
GEERMAN, Jacobo & Stevanita Me-
chanical. A son. Robert Anthony


As part of their training at the Alonso de Ojeda Nautical School in
Curagao, these students are following a 6-week training on Lago's
tugs. They are (I to r): Carlos Boekhoudt, Dennis de Cuba, Mirto
Koolman and Robert de Cuba.
Como part dl nan training na School Nautico Alonso de OJeda na
Curagao, a cuatro estudlantes aki ta sigl un training dl 6 siman
ariba Lago so tugnan. Nan ta (r pa d): Carlos Boekhoudt, Dennis
de Cuba, Mlrto Koolman y Robed de Cuba.


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On Venezuelan Independence Day (July 5) PR/IR Manager B. E.
Nixon placed a wreath at the bust of Simon Bolivar in front of
Sociedad Bolivariana on behalf of Lago.
Ariba Dia di Independencia di Venezuela (Juli 5) Gerente di PR/IR
B. E. Nixon a pone un krans na e busto di Simon Bolivar dilanti di
Sociedad Bolivariana na number dl Lago.


I Four Promoted
(Continued from page 1)
Fawley, Amuay, Lago and Hong
Kong.
Dick holds several U.S. pa-
tents for various inventions, in-
cluding one covering a rotating
drum oil skimmer such as used
in Lago's oil/water separators,
and two other patents covering
application techniques for ure-
thane foam insulation systems
such as will be employed on
the Trans-Alaskan crude oil
pipeline.
Dick's hobbies include photo-
graphy and golf. He and his
wife Elaine have two children,
Eric, 4, and 6-month-old Janice.
Al Connor
A Mulo-A graduate from the
Abraham de Veer School, "Al"
Connor studied at the UTS
before leaving for Holland in
1959. Here he received his
mechanical engineering degree
from the Higher Technical
School of Haarlem in 1964.
That same year he joined
Lago's Mechanical Engineering
Division as an engineer in the
Equipment Inspection Group. In
1966 he worked as area super-
visor in the M&C Division and
later moved to the Project En-
gineering Section. Most recent-
ly he has been working in
Mechanical-M&C, General.
His July 1 promotion is in re-
cognition of his contributions in
the field of rotating equipment
in the Maintenance Engineering
Section.
Al has taken various comp-
any-sponsored courses, includ-


in Mechanical
ing Fire Training, Mechanical
Design, Kepner-Tregoe and Ef-
fective Management. Last year
he attended a Pipeline and
Compressor Research Council
Seminar on evaluation of-in-
service insulation in San Anto-
nio, Texas. Recently he traveled
to Reno, Nevada, to attend a
seminar on Diagnosis of Rotat-
ing Machinery and its Relation
to Plant Management.
A music lover, Al plays the
piano and sings in the NWIWA
choir. He also loves to read. He
and his wife, Vera, a Lago hos-
pital nurse supervisor, have a
nine-month-old daughter, Lisette.
Darlo Plcus
Dario Picus has sixteen years'
experience in refinery equip-
ment inspection. He started as
a student in Lago Vocational
School in 1949. He later trans-
ferred to Technical Department
where he worked his way up to
engineering assistant "A" in
1962. The following year, he left
on a one-year Educational
Leave of Absence to study
chemical engineering courses at
the West Virginia Institute of
Technology.
In 1966, Dario was promoted
to senior engineering technician
in Technical-Engineering. The
following year he advanced to
engineering technician in the
Mechanical-Engineering, Equip-
ment inspection Group, the po-
sition he held prior to his July
1 promotion.
Darlo has followed Lago-
(Continued on page 6)


_Ilow


July 16, 1971






July 16, 1971 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 3


I j JE
M&C Division Superintendent W. L. Terrell congratulates Augustin Werleman, Mechanical-Metal Section, receives congratulations and
Basillo De Mey, Mechanical-Instrument Maintenance Sec- his 25-year service watch from Mechanical Manager K. L. Well. Also present
a h h h 3-y are (I to r): D. D. S. Britten, zone supervisor; and Martin Kelly, regional
tlon, and hands him his 30-year service award. o.
supervisor.
Superlntendente di M&C Division W. L. Terrell ta felicita
Superinvision W. L. Augustin Werleman, dl Mechanical-Metal Section, ta reclbi felicitaclon y su
Basllo De Mey, di Mechanical-Instrument Maintenance oloshi dl 25-anja dl serviclo for dl Gerente Mechanical K. L Welll. Tambe
Section, y ta present su certificado y emblema di 30 anja present ta (r pa d): D. D. S. Britten, zone supervisor; y Martin Kelly, super-
dl servlcio cu Lago, cual el a complete JunI 10. visor regional.


F. Francis Attends University Program

Begins 6-Month TrainingAssignment in
On June 30, IR Administrator gion Marketing Department in
Fabian S. Francis left for the the U.S.
University of Illinois to attend a During his overseas assign-
one-month Executive Develop- ment of about a year, Mr. Sita-
ment Program. chitt is accompanied by his wife
On June 29, Suparn Sitachitt, Wongduen. Their four daughters
of Esso Thailand's main office and one son have remained in
in Bangkok began a training as- Thailand (Pop. 35,000,000) to
signment at Lago. Mr. Sitachitt, attend school.
employee relations manager at He had served with the Royal
Esso Thailand, will spend his
training assignment in the PR/ Reorganizacion An
a n


F'



S. Sitachilt

A graduate in civil e
ing from the Military A
of Thailand, Mr. Sitachi
ed with Esso Thailand
as assistant terminal ma
At the University of C
he obtained his master's
in business manager
1960.
Before coming to La
Sitachitt completed an
ment with Humble's Eas


ien uepartamentow
7 Efectivo Juni 21, 1971, e si-
guiente cambionan den organi-
zacion a tuma lugar den Depar-


tamentos Tecnico y Process.


Den departamento Tecnico, un
Division pa Coordinacion di Cru-
Sdo y Productos a ser formA no-
bo, consistiendo di dos seccion:
e Seccion Economico (pa corto
plaza), encabezA pa Bill Duke,
y un Seccion di Coordinacion,
ngineer- cu ta keda bao Charlie Bate-
Academy man. E Seccion Economico a
tt start- ser pasA for di Division di Eco-
in 1967 nomia y Planeacion mientras e
manager. Seccion di Coordinacion a pa-
olorado, sa for di Process-Supply Divi-
, nd r sion.


lent in

ago, Mr.
assign-
tern Re-


Te na Augustusl, 1971, e Di-
vision nobo pa Coordinacion di
Crudo y Productos lo ta bao di-
reccion di August Genser, ken-


i;Suparn Sitachitt Lago Boosts Pension
PR Department Of Its Annuitants
PRIIR Department Effective July First
Thailand Air Force from 1947 to
1965 and progressed to the Lago Management recently
rank of colonel. He was deputy approved an increase in pn-
approved an increase in pen-
director of the Aircraft Mainten-
ance Division. sion for all bonafide annuitants
Esso Thailand operates a who retired prior to January 1,
40,000-B/D refinery near Bang- 1969. The Annuity Supplemen-
kok in the Gulf of Thailand and station Program became effective
also marketing facilities through- July 1, 1971.
out the country.
ncia Ar a L l I Estimated to cost over Fls.
uncia Arila Juli 1 3,000,000, the new program is
STcninoPLrocess the result of extensive studies
SiTecnio-Process conducted by the company of
de ariba e fecha ey lo bai tu- its Annuity Plan. They take into
ma un encargo di dos anja na consideration the annuitants'
New York den Seccion di Eco- retirement incomes, the number
nomia di Departamento di Ven-
of years they have been in re-
tas di Creole-New York. Ariba
Augustus 1, Don McLauchlan lo tirement and certain economic
tuma over e responsabilidad pa factors.
e division nobo aki.
E Division di Economia y Lago defines a bonafide an-
Planeacion lo ser renombra di- nuitant as an employee who re-
vision di Planeacion y Desaroyo tires while in the service of the
di Proyectos y lo ta bao direc-
cio di J company and at such time qua-
cion di John Bolich.
lifies for all benefits and privi-
Tambe efectivo Juni 21, Jim leges under the company's An-
Beissel lo bolbe for di HDS nuity Plan.


Task Force pa bolbe tuma su-
pervision over di Division di
Ingenieria di Proceso, cual
awor lo haci tambe trabao tec-
nico pa e unidadnan desulfura-
dor nobo.
Den Departamento di Pro-
cess, e Supply Division a keda


elimind y su tareanan pa mez-
cla products a ser pasa pa
Terminal Division, cual a haya
e number di Oil Movements
Division. Trev Rhydderch ta he-
fe di e division aki.







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Inauguration of ASU Sports Week Includes local Scout Drum Band...


Majorettes from Puerto Rico


Seventeenth


ASU Olympiad June


- JulI 4, 1971


Baseball at Sport Park Tennis at Aruba Caribbean Hotel


Weight-lifting at Noord


Sportsman of the Year
trophy from ASU Pre
ASU week opening c(
Stadium. At right, ou
B


Horse-racing at Wilhelmina Stadium


Judo at Estrella Club


International Bowling at Esso Club


Table tennis at Estrella Club


2


1971 Sports Queen CI
runners-up Jennifer Isli
with 1970 Sports Quee
helmlna S


July 11





ARUBA ESSO NEWS


L115


Football teams


Off-the-island Little League


iez-Siete


Olimpiada di


ASU Juni 25


- Juli 4, 1971


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Billiard game finals


Volleyball Puerto Rico/Aruba


Track Race at Sport Park


urlingford, accepts
3ac Franka during
at the Wllhelmina
orts Queen Sonia


Fencing teams/Puerto Rco/Aruba/Curaao
Fencing teams/Puerto Rico/A~ruba/Cura(;ao


Swimming at Pova


Ready.... steady.. go! At Sport Park


--"a1!


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at the WIU-


International boxing Wilhelmlna Stadium








WJuly 16, 1971


F. S. Francis Ta Bai Universidad;

Suparn Sitachitt Entrena Na IR


Dia 30 di Juni, Administrador
di IR Fabian S. Francis a bai
Universidad di Illinois pa asisti
na un Programa dl Desarollo
Ehecutivo pa un luna,
Dia 29 di Juni, Suparn Sita-
chitt di oficina principal di Esso
Thailand na Bangkok a cumin-
za un asignacion di entrena-
mento na Lago. Sr. Sitachitt,
gerente di "employee relations"
na Esso Thailand, Io pasa su
asignacion di entrenamento den
Departamento di PR/IR.
Siendo un graduado di inge-
nieria civil di Academia Militar
di Thailand, Sr. Sitachitt a cu-
minza traha cu Esso Thailand
na 1967 como gerente asistente
di terminal pa products di
azeta.
Na Universidad di Colorado,
el a haya su grado di Master
den administration di negocio.
Antes di yega na Lago, Sr.


Four Promotions


(Continued from page 2)

sponsored courses in Materials
of Construction, Refinery Chem-
istry and Process, and Mech-
anical Design. He also took a
Non-Destructive Testing course
in Cartagena, Colombia in 1967.
Now an Inspection Group
head, Dario will be in charge of
the group responsible for E.I.S.
activities in the Fuels, Utilities
and offsite areas, as well as for
new construction inspection.
In his leisure hours, Dario
likes to read or play soccer. He
and his wife, Josefa, have two
sons, Rene Dario, 4, and Guido
David, 2. On his next vacation,
he plans to travel extensively
through Colombia.

Pete Peterson

Raymond ("Pete") Peterson
enrolled in the Lago Vocational
School in 1950. After graduating
he was assigned to Technical-
Engineering as an engineering
trainee, advancing to junior en-
gineering assistant "A" in 1960.
Pete was promoted to engin-
eering assistant "A" in 1964. The
following year he advanced to
engineering technician in Mech-
anical Engineering, Equipment
Inspection Section.
Pete's experience includes


Sitachitt a complete un asigna-
cion cu Humble su Departamen-
to di Marketing pa Region
Oriental na Merca.
Durante su asignacion den ex-
terior di mas o menos un anja,
Sr. Sitachitt ta ser acompanja
door di su esposa Wongduen.
Nan cuatro yiu muher y un yiu
homber a keda na Thailandia
populationn 35,000,000) pa bai
school.
Sr. Sitachitt tabata den servi-
cio di Fuerza Aerea Real di
Thailand di 1947 pa 1965 y a
alcanza rango di colonel. E ta-
bata asistente director di e Di-
vision di Mantenimiento di
Avion.
Esso Thailand ta opera un re-
fineria di 40,000 bari pa dia cer-
ca di Bangkok den Golfo di
Thailand y tambe facilidadnan
di ventas den center e pais.

in Mechanical
field engineering work and ref-
inery unit inspection. As an in-
spection group head he will
now be in charge of the group
handling Cat Cracking, Light
Ends and Treating areas and
the EIS Lab. facility.
He -has studied a variety of
courses, including Materials of
Construction, Mechanical Des-
ign, Lago Refinery Refractory
training, Kepner-Tregoe and the
Process Training Program. In
Lima, Peru, he attended a
course on Corrosion Prevention
in 1968, and last year received
training on Isotopes for Indus-
trial Radiography in Cleveland,
Ohio. Pete is also a volunteer
firefighter.
In his spare time, he enjoys
swimming, skin-diving and
sports, especially football. He
also likes photography.
He and his wife Elvira have
two daughters, Jessica, 13, Va-
lerie, 8, and a son, Gregory, 2%.

Annuitants Die
HENDRIK N. WEVER, died in
Aruba at age 71 on May 28,
1971. He had worked in Re-
ceiving & Shipping-Wharves.
JOHN RUSSEL, died at age
57 In Grenada In May 1971.
He had worked In Marine-
Floating Equipment


The HDS team became champions during a recent softball tourn-
ament at the Lone Palm Stadium between Lago employees and
overseas personnel. Here team captain, Joaquin Glel, receives Esso
Club trophy from Esso Club chairman Jim Belssel.
Team HDS a bira campeon den e reclente torneo dl softball na
Lone Palm Stadium entire empleadonan dl Lago y personal dl ultra-
mar. Aki captain di e team, Joaquin Giel, ta recibi e trofeo di Esso
Club for di president di Esso Club, Jim Beissel.


Jim Beissel presents trophy to sub-champion team Macke. Other
participants in the tournament were: TOA, Instrument, Esso Res-
earch, Parsons and Esso Tigers.


HDS versus TOA in action HDS contra TOA den accionl


ARUBA ESSO NEWS


July 16 1971








llit Mduro Wins MI ARUBA Title at Dii Dii Hotel Jul 3

Vallita Maduro Wins MISS ARUBA Title at Divi Divi Hfotel July 3

- a- - S


Vallila Maduro


Cinda Croes


Elizabeth Brurn


Zannette de L'sle


Evelina Dirksen


Miss Aruba 1971, Vallita Ma-
duro, poses here with her tro-
phies after coronation. She also
won the Miss Smiles prize.
From left to right: Elizabeth
Bruin, first runner-up (Miss
Photogenic); Press representa-
tive Boysy Labega; Miss Aruba
1970, Linda Richardson; Milo
Croes, Miss Aruba Committee;
Faritah Luidens, second runner-
up, (Miss Amity).


* *


Vallita Maduro will represent
Aruba in the MIas Universe Con-
test in Miami on July 25.


Lidia Samuels


Maya Moen


ARUBA ESSO NEWS


y luJ 16 1971


I


Gilda Lamens


Grace Rosel


Glenda Flemming


Jane Pietersz


Iris Kock







8 ARUBA ESSO NEWS July 16, 1971


Ex-Sports Queen Milly Vos Wins

Esso Traffic Safety Slogan Contest
"Give the Highway Your At- This prize was officially pre-
tentlon, No More Accidents to sented to her by Esso Dealer
Mention" is the winning slogan Aiky Croes of the Seroe Colo-
in the Esso Traffic Safety Slo- rado Esso Service Station dur-
gan Contest for June. This slo- ing a special program on Tele-
gan, which was selected from Aruba on Friday, June 25.
among 700 entries, was sub- Since the slogan contest was
mitted by Milly Vos of L.G. announced as part of the traf-
Smith Boulevard No. 44. fic safety campaign sponsored
Miss Vos, who was Aruba by Esso Netherlands Antilles
Sports Queen in 1969, obtained N.V., early this year, an average
an entry form and turned in her of 770 slogans have been re-
slogan at the Boulevard Esso ceived every month.
Service Station. Forms for submitting slogans
The 22-year-old ex-queen se- are available at all service sta-
lected a waffle baker from a- tions. Slogans, of not more than
mong various prizes made avail- ten words, pertaining to traffic
able by Esso Netherlands An- safety should be turned in be-
tilles N.V. for the 15th of each month

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"Esso Malacca" on June 28 took the first cargo of 135,000 barrels
of C450 low sulfur fuel oil processed by the new HDS units to West
Palm Beach for discharging Into Humble's tankage.
"Esso Malacca" arlba JunI 28 a hiba e promer carga dl 135,000
barll di combustible cu contenido abao di azufre refina door dl e
unldadnan HDS nobo pa West Palm Beach pa ser deposit den
tanklnan di Humble Oil.


STANDARD OIL COMPANY (New Jersey)
30 Rockefeller Plaza, Room 1606
New York, New York 10020

Please send me ........ copy (copies) of NEW HORIZONS at
the special employee's price of $7.50 per copy. Make check
payable to Standard Oil Company (New Jersey).


I enclose a check for $.................


Name ..................... ..............................


Address ...................... ........................


City ......... ..... State .......... Zip Code ..........


Slogan contest winner Milly Vos receives her prize from Esso
Dealer Alky Croes, in the presence of TV commentator Ronny
Brete (left) and Esso Marketing's Roro Hernandez during a special
program on Tele-Aruba.
Ganadora di lema Milly Vos ta recibi su premlo di Esso Dealer
Aiky Croes, den presencia di comentarlsta di TV, Ronny Brete
(robez) y Roro Hernandez di Esso Marketing na Tele-Aruba.


Ex-Reina di Deporte Ta Ganadora

Den Concurso di Lema pa Seguridad


"Give the Highway Your At-
tention, No More Accidents to
Mention" (Duna Caminda Gran-
di Bo Atencion, Pa no Tin Acci-
dente pa Haci Mencion") ta e
lema ganador den e concurso
di Esso pa Seguridad di Trafico
pa Juni. E lema aki, cual a ser
scohi for di entire 700 otro, a
ser manda aden door di Milly
Vos di L. G. Smith Boulevard.

"New Horizons" Can

Now Be Ordered By

EmployeeslAnnuitants
"New Horizons", the third vo-
lume of the history of Standard
Oil Company (New Jersey), co-
vering the period from 1927 to
1950, has been published by
Harper & Row. The authors are
Henrietta M. Larson, Evelyn
Knowlton, and the late Charles
S. Popple.
This third volume relates the
Jersey Company's development
and organization through the
depression, World War II and
postwar reconstruction.
The first volume, titled "Pion-
eering" in big business (1882-
1911), and the second volume,
"The Resurgent Years" (1911-
1927), covered the formation and
the growth of a major Industrial
company. A very limited supply
of these are available.
Lago employees who wish to
order a copy of "New Horizons"


Srta. Vos, Reina di Deporte
1969, a haya un formulario y a
manda aden su lema na Boule-
vard Esso Service Station.
E ex-reina di 22 anja di edad,
a select un "waffle baker" for
di entire varies premio dis-
ponible door di Esso Neder-
landse Antillen N.V. El a recibi
esaki oficialmente di Esso Dea-
ler Aiky Croes di Seroe Colo-
rado Servicenter durante un
program special na Tele-Aruba
Diabierna, Juni 25.
Desde cu e concurso a ser
anuncia como part di e cam-
panja di seguridad di trafico di
Esso Nederlandse Antillen N.V.
e anja aki, un promedio di 770
lema a ser recibi tur luna.
Formularionan pa concursa
ta obtenible na tur service sta-
tion. Lemanan, di no mas cu
diez palabra, tocante di seguri-
dad di trafico, mester ser en-
trega no mas laat cu dia 15 di
cada luna.
(offered at wholesale price to
employees and annuitants) can
do so through payroll deduction
by filling out a form at the
COMPACT Section before Au-
gust 1, 1971. Materials Division
will order the books and dis-
tribute them as soon as rec-
eived.
Annuitants and those employ-
ees who wish to handle their
own orders can use the coupon
at left.


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