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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 5, 1972
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.
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Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.
Aruba, Netherlands Antilles


VOL 33 No. 9


J 1W


May 5, 1972


Empleados di M&C a Completa Revision di Light Hydrocarbons Units


Ariba April 21 como 175 arte-
sanos di Mechanical-M&C cu
exito a conclui un revision ex-
tensivo ariba e seis unidadnan
di Light Hydrocarbons Division.
Cu asistencia di personal di Hy-
drocarbons Division y Mechani-
cal Engineering, e hombernan
di ofishi di M&C y supervisor-
nan a terminal e trabao esen-
cialmente segun program den
dos luna di tempo. Esaki ta
promer bez desde 1961 cu fuer-
zanan di M&C a emprende un
tal asignaclon grand. Dos fac-
tor cu mayor a contribui pa
atene e obhetonan estableci ta-
bata e flexibilidad demonstrh pa
e artesanos di M&C y e hecu-
clon efectivo di plannan di tra-
bao diario door di supervisor-
nan. President di Lago Roy L.
Trusty a eulogia y a felicita tur
e artesanos y supervisornan
concern pa e manera seguro
y eficiente den cual nan a she-
cuta nan tarea individual.

Mientras trahando 24 ora pa
dia den tres wards, e Metal Tra-
desmen, Equipment Tradesmen,
Building & Equipment Tradesmen
y Cleanoutmen a traha den uni-
dadnan di LEAR 1 y 2, AAR 1 y


2, ISAR y PCAR revisando to-
wers y heat exchangers, reno-
bando tuberia, drechando pomp-
nan y equiponan electric y in-
strumentnan.
E revision di Cat Cracker a
inclui trabao for di promer te di
18 piso. Equiponan pisA usA pa
varies trabao a inclui various
clase di grua, Ross carriers,
forklifts y grua Pettibone. Uno
dl e tareanan Incomun cu per-
sonal di Equipment Inspection
Seccion master a had tabata
inspect various schoorsteen
mientras colgando den un caha
dl seguridad for di un grua su
boom di 200 pia halto.

E cos mas important realize
durante e revision tabata e tra-
bao sin desgracia door di tur
personal di M&C durante e
70,000 ora dl trabao arlba e
asignacion aki. Door dl atencion
individual continue, e homber-
nan di M&C tambe cu exito a
mantene nan excelente record
di seguridad di mas cu 3,000,000
ora di trabao sin degracia. Esa-
ki ta Indica cu cada uno di e
empleadonan ey tin preocupa-
cion pa seguridad mientras de-
sempeflando nan trabao.


Here Mechanical Supervisor M. R. Maduro hands out safety hat de-
cals to (I to r): Tradesmen M. Vrolljk, M. Carrasquero, G. Tromp,
D. Moore, J. Peterson, A. Schwengle and G. Hodge.
AkI Supervisor M. R. Maduro ta partly stickers pa sombre dl seguri-
dad na (r pa d): Artesanos M. Vrolljk, M. Carrasquero, G. Tromp,
D. Moore, J. Peterson, A. Schwengle y G. Hodge.


To zero in on safety during the turnaround of the Light Hydrocarbon
units, special safety hat decals were distributed to M&C tradesmen.
Here Supervisor V. CoMie distributes them to I to r: (Pa pone en-
fasis arlba segurldad durante e revision dl unldadnan di Light Hy-
drocarbons, stickers pa sombre dl seguridad a ser part na artesa-
nos dl M&C. Aid Supervisor V. CoMfle ta part nan pa r pa d:) Su-
pervisor G. Henriquez, P. Dablan, T. Glel, E. Tromp, J. Final, C.
Wolff, M. Kelly, A. Danles, J. Rldderstaat, J. Boekhoudt y E. Britten.


Sundal, Frenzel Assigned to Assist

In Environmental Control Efforts


In order to more effectively
pursue Lago's Environmental
Control efforts, S. George Sun-
dal of Mechanical Engineering
and B. Frenzel of Process En-











S. G. Sunday
gineering have been assigned
on a full-time basis to this task
effective May 1. They will be
working in conjuction with En-
vironmental Advisor Ben S.
Whitney on all matters affecting
the air, water and land areas
within and adjacent to the ref-
inery limits.

George Sundal, a graduate of


Brigham Young University in
Mechanical Engineering, has al-
ready been working extensively
in this field. In 1970 he was the
project engineer in charge of


r *a
B. G. Frenzel
the installation of floating
booms, skimming and recovery
systems to control oily effluents
in the San Nicolas Harbor.
Bruce Frenzel, who holds a
Masters degree in Refining En-
gineering, is on a temporary as-
signment at Lago in Process
Engineering. His previous ex-
perience was at the Baytown
Refinery of Humble 011.


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VOL 33 No. 9


aEsso







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


agIrBa nsoStoLd Sundal y Frenzel Lo Asisti Den

Lago Oil & Transport Co. Ltd Esfuerzonan pa Ambiente Limpi
Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.Lit ^^k--f^ y~ ilBEze V0S SeaSt *


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


M&C Men Turn Around Six Units

Of Light Hydrocarbons in 2 Months
On April 21 some 175 trades- were engaged in reconditioning
men of Mechanical-M&C suc- towers and heat exchangers,
cessfully concluded an extensive renewing p ip i n g, repairing
turnaround of the six units of pumps, electrical and instrument
the Light Hydrocarbons Division. equipment.
With the assistance of the LHC
and Mechanical Engineering Di- The turnaround of the Cat
visions personnel, the M&C tra- Cracker included work from the
desmen and supervisors cor- first to the 18th floor. Heavy
pleted the job essentially on equipment used for various jobs
schedule in about two months. included several types of cranes,
This was the first time since Ross carriers, forklifts and Pet-
1961 that the M&C forces under- tibone cranes. One of the unu-
took such a big assignment, sual tasks the E.I.S. personnel
Two major factors which con- had to tackle was inspecting
tribute to attain the goals es- several smokestacks while sus-
tablished were the flexibility pended in a safety cage from a
demonstrated by M&C trades- 200-ft. crane boom.
men and the effective execution
of the daily work plans by su-
pervisors. Lago President Roy LEAR-ARR-'
L. Trusty commended and con- PC DLR '
gratulated all the tradesmen
and supervisors concerned for URAR
the safe and efficient manner
in which they executed their in- ZER IN
dividual tasks. ON SAFETY


While working around the
clock in three shifts, the Metal
Tradesmen, Equipment Trades-
men, Building & Equipment Tra-
desmen, and Cleanoutmen
swarmed the LEAR 1 & 2, AAR
1 & 2. ISAR and PCAR units and


Pa duna mas eficacia na La-
go su esfuerzonan di promove
un ambiente limpi, S. George
Sunday di Mechanical Engineer-
ing y B. Frenzel di Process En-
gineering a ser encarga cu tal
trabao ribs base di dia comple-
to for di Mei 1. Nan ta traha
hunto cu Consehero Pa Am-
biente Limpi Ben S. Whitney den
tur asuntunan cu ta afecta aire,
awa y lugarnan riba tera cu ta
keda paden of den vecindario di
refineria.
George Sundal, kende a gra-
dua di Universidad di Brigham



.1f.


Young como Ingeniero MecAni-
co, ya a traha basta tempo den
e tereno ey. Na 1970 e tabata
ingeniero di proyecto encargA
cu instalaclon di barrera flo-
tante, sistemanan pa pomp y
recupera azeta cu por acumula
den haf di San Nicolas.

Bruce Frenzel, kende tin gra-
do di Maestro den Ingenieria dl
refinacion, ta na un encargo
temporal den Lago su ingenie-
ria di process. Su experiencia
anterior ta cu refineria di com-
pania Humble na Baytown.
Lh NI -VN =.


M&C men performing sev-
eral jobs during PCAR
turnaround are (top picture
I to r): T. Glel, J. Fingal, E.
Tromp. At left are (I to r):
F. Franken, R. Franken, A.
Tromp and Supervisor D.
Least.
Empleados dl M&C haclen-
do nan trabao durante re-
vision dl PCAR ta (portret
arlba r pa d): T. Glel, J.
Fingal, E. Tromp. Den por-
tret na robez, ta (r pa d):
F. Franken, R. Franken, A.
Tromp y Supervisor D.
Least


The most important achieve-
ment during the turnaround was
the injury-free performance by
all of M&C personnel during the
70,000-m an ho u r assignment.
Through continued individual at-
(Continued on page 8)


Lago President Roy L. Trusty (left picture) addresses employees
from Esso affiliates and Lago who completed a 12-day Process
Economics Course in Aruba Sheraton Hotel on April 25. Mr. Trusty
here presents course certificates to Adolf Genser (Lago) and A.
Richani (Creole Amuay), extreme right


President dl Lago Roy L. Trusty (portret robez) ta dirigl palabra na
empleadonan di afillados Esso y Lago kende a termlna un Curso dl
Economla di Proceso dl 12 dia den Sheraton Hotel April 25. Sr.
Trusty ta present certiflcados aki na Adolf Genser (Lago) y A.
RlchanI (Creole Amuay), mas na drechl.


May 5, 1972







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


30
William H. Gibbs of Indus-
trial Services-Lago Police,
originally began as a Laborer
D in the Utilities in 1942, but
resigned shortly thereafter.
in 1954. he was reemployed
as a Patrolman Trainee in the
Lago Police Department
where he advanced to Pa-
trolman II the following year.
Mr. Gibbs became Patrol-
man I in 1959, and moved up
to Senior Patrolman in 1961.
He was promoted to Police
Corporal in 1970. On April
19, 1972, Mr. Gibbs complet-
ed his 30th service anniver-
sary.
Jose M. F. Courtar of
Mechanical-Building Trades,
joined Lago as an Appren-
tice Waiter in the Esso Club
in 1941. In 1942 he transfer-
red to Mechanical-Electrical
as a Laborer A, and became
an Electrician Helper B in
1943.
After serving three years
in the local army, Mr. Cour-
tar rejoined Lago in 1946,
then went seafaring until
1954. That year he began
working in the Mechanical-


Year Service Awards April


Paint Shop as a Yardman. In
1960 he advanced to Carpen-
ter B in Mechanical-Scaffol-
ders.
A Building Tradesman B-
Carpenter since 1970, he cel-
ebrated his 30th service an-
niversary on April 23.
Alexander Leon was first
employed in Mechanical-
Machinist as a Laborer D in
1942. He later advanced to
Machinist Helper A in 1945.
During the following three
years he worked his way up
through the Machinist cate-
gories advancing to "A"
Class in 1949. In 1967 he be-
came an Equipment Trades-
man A.
Since 1971, he is an Equip-
ment Tradesman-Machinist in
Mechanical-Machinist & CTR.
He celebrated his 30th ser-
vice anniversary on April 27.


25-Year Service
Bernard Kelly
Thomas E. Martli
Ottis E. Leverock
Candelarlo Quandt
Henflih I. Fradl


William H. Gibbs di Indus-
trial Services-Lago Police,
originalmente a cuminza co-
mo un Peon D den Utilities
na 1942, pero a kita algun
tempo despues. Na 1954, el
a ser reempleA como Patrol-
man Trainee na Lago Police
Department na unda el a
avanza pa Patrolman II e si-
guiente anja.
Sr. Gibbs a bira Patrolman
I na 1959, y a move pa Sen-
ior Patrolman na 1961. El a
ser promovi pa Police Cor-
poral na 1970. Ariba April 19,
1972, Sr. Gibbs a cumpli 30
anja di serviclo.
Jose M. F. Courter di
Mechanical-Building Trades,
a join Lago como un Ap-
prentice Waiter den Esso
Club na 1941. Na 1942 el a
transfer pa Mechanical-Elec-
trical como Laborer A, y a


Watch Recipients Apr
Mechanical-Metal Trades
Industrial Services-Lago Police
Industrial Services-Lago Police
Process-Utll. Div.-Acid & Edel.
MCS-Commerclal


1972
bira un Electrician Helper B
na 1943.
Despues di sirbi trees anja
den dienst, Sr. Courtar a
bolbe bin traha cu Lago na
1946, despues el a bai nabe-
ga te 1954. E mes anja el a
bai traha den Mechanical-
Paint Shop como Yardman.
Na 1960 el a avanza pa Car-
penter B den Mechanical-
Scaffolders.
Actualmente un Building
Tradesman B-Carpenter des-
de 1970, el a celebra su di
30 anlversario di servicio
April 23.
Alexander Leon promer a
ser emplel den Mechanical-
Machinist como Peon D na
1942. Despues el a avanza
pa Machinist Helper A na
1945. Durante e siguiente tres
anjanan el a traha te avanza
den e categorianan di Mach-
inist progresando pa "A"
klas na 1949. Na 1967 el a
Sbira Equipment Tradesman A.
Desde 1971, el ta un Equip-
ment Tradesman Machinist
den Mechanical-Machinist &
CTR. El a celebra su di 30
aniversario ariba April 27.


Jose Courtar (I) receives his 30-year service award from
Mechanical Manager K. L Welll. Below, Mechanlcal-M&C
Superintendent W. Terrell presents 30-year service award to
Alexander Leon.


Scrap Metal Sales to Employees Resumed
For the past months, scrap sales to employees have been dis-
continued at the Salvage Yard. The reason for this is that the
former salvage storage space is needed for HDS-II tank con-
struction, and we will not have any space for future stock piling
of scrap.
From the time that sales at the Salvage Yard were discon-
tinued, we have received many requests to provide an oppor-
tunity for our employees and annuitants to continue to purchase
scrap.
Since we do not have the facilities to handle future scrap
sales ourselves, we have arranged for our employees and an-
nuitants to purchase from a contractor, the Aruba Metals Com-
pany, at their Balashl Scrap Yard, for the same price that was
paid for scrap formerly sold at the Lago Salvage Yard.
The conditions under this new arrangement are as follows:
1. Sales will be held on the second and fourth Saturday of
each month. The first sale will be on Saturday, May 13, 1972.
2. Sales time will be between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 1100
a.m. on the two days mentioned above employees and
annuitants will not be permitted to buy at any other time.
3. All purchases will be on a cash basis.
4. Each employee and annuitant will be limited to 1500 kgs. of
ferrous scrap at each purchase.
5. The sales price for ferrous scrap metal will be FIs. 50.- per
1000 kgs. (the same price as at Lago Salvage Yard).
6. Non-ferrous and other alloy metals scrap, if and when avail-
able, may also be purchased in small quantities at the pre-
vailing prices at time of purchase.
7. Sales on the above basis, will be to Lago employees and
annuitants only. Employees and annuitants will be expected
to identify themselves by showing their badges.


May 5, 1972







ARUBA E8SO NEWS


Lago
The duties
men are n
law and o
of the ma
the govern
are their
regard there
trol. In fact
cover a wi(
have to be
plex refiner
sometimes
do, and n
one.
Their mi
can be de
control on
entering ar


Policemen: Their Work Encompasses More Than Watch and Control
as of the Lago Police- man and, as such, they have the
lot only to "maintain same authority as the Govern-
rder" similar to one ment Police.
in responsibilities of Other non-shift personnel in-
ment police. Neither clude one sergeant in charge of "
duties, as some may Lago's lock and key system, one
m, to watch and con- office clerk, and the police
, their responsibilities chief.
de range of tasks that Each Lago Policeman must
performed in a com- have followed a basic training
y such as Lago. They program which includes Fire-
have a difficult job to fighting, First-Aid, Traffic Law,
ot always a pleasant Police Ordinances, Pass and
Badge Procedures, Report Writ-
ain duties, in short, ing and some PR functions. Lago Police Sergeant P. Faarup (left) and Lt. E. Al- Corporal R. Ellis I
fined as: to exercise The Sergeants and Lieute- varez at their office at Gate No. 2. at
persons and traffic nants, in addition, have followed Sergeant dt Poliz dl Lago P. Faarup (robez) y Lulte- Corporal R. Ellis
nd leaving the refin- (Continued on page 7) nant E. Alvarez na nan oficlna na Porto No. 2. rio


ery area, and to protect life and
property within the refinery.
The Police shift group has the
surveillance during their shift of
660 hectares of land, including
one of world's largest refineries.
Some of their specific duties,
which they have to discharge
around the clock, rain or shine.
are: control at several gates, in-
cluding assisting seamen: is-
suance of badges and car pas-
ses; traffic control; traffic acci-
dent and special investigations;
refinery security patrol; payroll
escort; driving ambulances and
administration of First Aid; fire-
fighting duties for Seroe Colora-
do area (they are capable of
driving and operating all mobile
fire equipment). They also
handle distribution of company
publications at the gates, re-
quests for overtime transpor-
tation and lunches, for water
and ice deliveries; control on
parking stalls, and radio com-
munication for Mechanical radio
frequencies on the 4-12 and 12-8
shifts and on weekends and for
frequencies of the Lago Police,
Fire and Safety Sections.
During each shift, the Corpo-
rals have to make several
rounds of the refinery, which ex-
tends up to the Seaberth. They
should then be on the lookout
especially for fire, traffic and
safety hazards, leaking pipes,
tank overflows, and fence secu-
rity. They also take care of bar-
ricading roads where necessary.
On each of the three shifts,
there are some seven men on
duty, including one Lieutenant,
one Sergeant, one Radio Oper-
ator and three to four Corporals.
The Lago Police Sergeants
and Lieutenants also have the
authority of Extraordinary Police-


Corporal G. Kock on duty at Gate No. 3.
Corporal G. Kock na warda na Ports No. 3.


Sergeant C. L. Peterson checks pickup at Gate
Sergeant C. L. Peterson ta check pickup na Porte


Corporal S. J. Semeleer checks trailer truck. Routine control Is made by Corporal G. Kock.
Corporal S. J. Semeleer ta check un trailer truck. Control di rutina to er had pa Corporal G. Koc


Corporal G. Thomas on refinery patrol duty.
Corporal G. Thomas patrullando den reflnerla.


At shift change (I to r): Corporals
and Sergi


h


,y-r


I







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Poliz di Lago: Nan Trabao Ta Cubri Mas cu Tene I
SDeber di poliznan di Lago no
S ta solamente "mantene Ley y
orden", similar cu un di e res-
Ir, ponsabilidadnan principal di po-
liz di gobierno. Tampoco nan
deber ta solamente, manera ho-
pi hende ta kere, di tira bista y
control. En realidad nan res-
ponsabilidad ta cubri un varia-


con granai di traDaonan cu
master word haci den un refi-
neria asina complice manera
esun di Lago. Tin bez nan mes-
ter haci un trabao dificil, cu no
tur ora ta agradable.
Nan debernan principal, den
algun palabra, por word splic6
como: control personanan y


ley are in charge of this well-equipped ambulance. Corporals D. H. Hassel and B. M. Sint Jago with one
Nan ta encarga cu a mbulans bon equips aki. of Lago's nine fire trucks.


Sergeant J. Harms escorts explosive transport. Lago Police Radio Operator J. Ras.
sergeant J. Harms ta escolta transported di explosives. Operador dl Radio dl Lago Poliz J. Ras.
a IL 1


Granger, R. Ellis, J. A. van Stralen, Corporal C. Thielman is here at parking lot duty.
Geerman. Corporal C. Thlelman na su trabao na parking lot.


Varda y Controla
trafico cu ta drenta den of ta
sali for di terenonan di refine-
ria, y proteha bida y propiedad
den refineria.
Durante cu nan grupo ta na
ward, Poliznan tin cu tira bista
ribs 660 under di tereno, cu ta
inclui un di e refinerianan mas
grand di mundo. Algun di e
trabaonan especifico cu nan
master haci 24 ora pa dia, sea
den awacero of solo ta: control
na various port, cual ta inclui
yuda marineronan; entrega ficha
y pas pa autonan; control ariba
trafico; investigacionnan di ac-
cidente den trafico y investiga-
cionnan especial; patruya di se-
guridad den refineria; companef
placa di payroll; stuur ambu-
lance y duna promer ayudo; pa-
ga candela den Seroe Colorado
(nan por stuur y opera tur uni-
dadnan mobil di paga candela).
Tambe nan ta atende cu distri-
bucion di publicacionnan di
compania na portanan, nan ta
atende cu peticionnan pa trans-
portacion y cuminda ora emple-
adonan traha sobretiempo, pa
entrego di awa y ijs; control ari-
ba lugarnan di parkeer auto, y
comunicacion pa medio di radio
pa Departamento Mechanical di
4-12 y 12-8 y durante fin di si-
man, y tambe ariba e frecuen-
cianan di Seccionnan di Poliz
di Lago, di Paga Candela y Se-
guridad.
Durante cada warda e Corpo-
ralnan master hac various turno
den refineria, cu ta yega te na
e lugar di traca barcu pafor den
lama. E oranan ey nan master
vigila especialmente pa candela,
peligernan di trafico y pa se-
guridad, tuberia cu ta lek, tanki
cu bai over, y e ways rond di
propiedad di compania. Tambe
nan ta percura pa blokea ca-
minda segun ta necesario.
Na cads un di e tres wards-
nan tin site homber na trabao,
cual ta Inclui un Teniente, un
Sergeant, un operator di radio
y tres te cuater Corporal.
Sergeantnan y Tenientenan di
Poliz di Lago tambe tin autori-
dad di Agente Especial di Po-
liz, y como tal nan tin e mes
autoridad cu Poliznan dl go-
bierno.
Otro empleadonan cu no ta
traha wards ta inclui un Ser-
geant encarga cu Lago su sis-
tema di yabi y slot, un klerk den
oficina, y Hefe di Poliz.
(ContinuS na pagina 8)


Radio Operator T. Croes is one of four who are
stationed in the General Office Building.
Radio Operador T. Cross ta uno dl cuatro cu ta
staclona den Oficina Principal.








ARUBA ESSO NEWS


Gerencia To Contesto Bo Pregunto no Telefoon 3500


P. E Plan dl Restablecemento
alnda ta na vigor? E ta in-
clul tambe Estados Unidos?
C. A ser combine entire Compa-
nia y Independent Oil Work-
ers Union of Aruba cu den
caso ta requerl pa haci ahus-
tamento pa motibo di condi-
cionnan di operation, Com-
pania ta bai di acuerdo pa
extended e Poliza di Rests-
blecemento di fecha Augus-
tus 2, 1965, pa e duracion di
Combenio Colectivo di Tra-
bao. Esaki ta documents den
e actual Combenio Colectivo
di Trabao den Articulo XXI-
Seccion 4 Restablecemento.
P. Cuanto anja mas Lago ta
pensa di keda refina azeta
na Aruba. Of a lo menos,
cuanto anja mas e tin pens6
di sigul traha ariba Aruba?
C. No ta possible naa emomento
aki pa bisa cuanto anja mas
Lago lo sigui retina azeta na
Aruba. Pero considerando e
situation mundial tocante
mercado y demand pa pro-
ductos di azeta, nos ta di
opinion cu Lago su future
tin un base s6lido.
P. Paklko Lago no ta traha un
club pa empleadonan na
Oranjestad?
C. Lago ya a bai di acuerdo pa
contribui te FIs. 50,000 pa e
construction di un Centro di
Recreo pa Empleado door di
I.O.W.U.A., cual edificio ac-
tualmente ta bao construc-
cion.
P. Cumlnzando 1972 Lago lo tin
trabao pa graduados dl MU-
LO-A? Paklko Lago no ta
duna curso pa graduados dl
MULO-A, por ehempel, book-
houden, pa asina despues
nan per haya un trabao na
Lago? Pakiko to solamente
tin oportunidad pa graduados
dl MULO-B of estudlantes
tecnico?
C. Lago su operacionnan ta di
naturaleza tecnico y como
tal tin master di capacidad-
nan cu ta ser sinjA den
schoolnan tecnico of cienti-
fico. Pa tal motibo, mayoria
di hende cu nos a emplea
recientemente ta graduados
di schoolnan tecnico di Aru-
ba y nan master a sigi nos
Program Preparatorio di
Pre-Empleo. De vez en cuan-
do, nos ta emplea un emple-
ado clerical cu tin diploma
MULO, pero nos necesidad


.. Dial 3500 .


Management Answers Your Questions


pa hende di e tipo di trabao
aki ta asina minimal cu nos
no por hustifica un program
di training special.

P. MI kier sabi paklko Lago no
ta lags e watchmen control
e autonan cu to parkeer den
e stlo di parkeer na Porte
Mayor. Hopi dl e autonan no
ta parkeer bon y hopi bez ta
dnilcl pa un hende sake su
auto di e lugar ey.
C. Poliz di Lago ta haci tur Io
possible pa control parkeer-
mento na Porta No. 2. Si e
cantidad di trabao ta permit,
un poliz ta ser staciona den
e sitio di parkeer.

P. Paklko Lago no por pone po-
co mas atenclon na e hopl
paclentnan cu ta sinti lomba
pa dokter per yama mas tan-
to dl nan possible pa mira e
specialist di lomba durante
su blshita annual na e Isla, of
to na Lago?
C. Aparentemente e pregunta ta
referi na e cirujano neurolo-
go kende ta bishita Aruba
periodicamente. Gustosamen-
te Depto. Medico di Lago ta
referi pa e specialist ski
cualkier caso cu por ser yu-
dA pa su opinion of trato.
Sinembargo, master ser en-
tendi cu hopi casos di lom-
ba no ta di tipo neuro-cirur-
gico y nan lo no por bene-
ficia di un tal consultacion.

P. Ta berdad cu tin un rumor
pafor cu Lago tin plan pa ha-
cl assistants y operators CR?
Esey ta berdad, sl of no.
C. Aunque e pregunta ta puntra
cu si tin un rumor, nos ta
asumi cu e pregunta su in-
tencion ta pa puntra si tin
algo berdad den e rumor.
Algun refineria tin "chief
operators" kende ta miem-
bros di gerencia, pero nin-
gun di nan cu nos conoce
tin tur assistants y operators
como CR. Lago no tin plan
pa haci tur assistants y ope-
rators CR.


Q. Is the resettlement plan still
In effect? Does It also In-
clude the United States?
A. It has been agreed between
the Company and the Inde-
pendent Oil Workers Union
of Aruba that in the event it
is required to make adjust-
ments because of operating
conditions, the Company
agrees to extend the Reset-
tlement Policy dated August
2, 1965, for the duration of
the Collective Working Agree-
ment. The above is docu-
mented in the present Col-
lective Working Agreement,
Article XXI Section 4 Re-
settlement.

Q. How many years more does
Lago plan to continue refin-
ing oil on Aruba? Or at least,
how many more years does
Lago plan to continue work-
Ing in Aruba?
A. It is not possible at this time
to say how many more years
Lago will continue to refine
oil in Aruba. But considering
the world situation concern-
ing the market and demand
for oil products, we are of
the opinion that Lago's fu-
ture has a solid base.

Q. Why doesn't Lago build a
club for employees in Oran-
jestad?
A. Lago has already agreed to
contribute up to FIs. 50,000
to the construction of an
Employee Recreation Center
by I.O.W.U.A., which build-
ing is at present under con-
struction.

Q. Starting 1972, will Lago have
Jobs for Mulo-A graduates?
Why doesn't Lago give cour-
ses for MULO-A graduates,
bookkeeping, and later on
they can get a job at Lago?
Why only opportunities for
MULO-B graduates or Tech-
nical students?
A. Lago's operations are techni-
cal in nature, and as such
require the type of skills that
are taught in schools with a


technical or scientific orien-
tation.
For this reason, most of the
people we have hired recent-
ly are graduates of the is-
land's technical schools, and
these people have been ex-
posed to our Pre-Employ-
ment Preparatory Program.
Occasionally, we do hire a
clerical employee with a
Mulo background, but our
need for people of this type
is so minimal that we can-
not justify a special training
program.

0. Why can't Lago pay a little
more attention to the many
"back" patients working for
her and see to It that the
doctors call up as many of
said patients as possible to
see the "back" specialist
upon his yearly visit to the
Island, or Is It to Lago?

A. Apparently the questioner is
referring to a neurosurgeon
who periodically visits Aru-
ba. The Lago Medical De-
partment gladly refers to this
specialist any case that may
be helped by his opinion or
treatment. However, it should
be understood that many
"back" cases are not of a
neurosurgical type, and would
not be benefited by such a
consultation.

0. Is It true that there Is a ru-
mor outside that Lago Is
planning to make assistants
and operators CR? Is that
true, yes or no?
A. Although the question asks
if there is a rumor we as-
sume that the question is in-
tended to be whether there
is any truth in the rumor.
Some refineries have chief
operators who are manage-
ment people but none that
we know of have all assis-
tants and operators CR. La-
go does not plan to make
all assistants and operators
CR.


6


May 5, 1972







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


The payloader operator is now shel-
tared from the yellow dust and heat
--.' In his newly alrcondltloned enclo-
sure. He has also discarded a lot
of uncomfortable protective equip-
ment

Operador dl e "chubsto" awor ta
ser proteha di e polvo goel dl
F azufre y calor den su cabins re-
clentemente alrecondiclona. Tambe
el a stop dl bistl hopl equipo dl
., protacclon.

Chubato Aircondition Airconditioned Payloader Improves Working Conditions

Ta Mehora Seguridad Airconditioned cars in a warm Pier. The aircooling unit was re- sulfur dust. Looking almost like

YCondidcion di Trahao climate as ours are quite com- cently installed in the pay- a spaceman, he not only felt un-


Autonan cu aparato di air-
condition awor ta comun den
nos clima cayente, pero Lago
tin e unico chubatu airecondi-
ciona riba nos isla. E vehiculo
ski ta yama popularmente "chu-
batu", y ta e unico 'animal' aire-
condiciond den hardin zool6gi-
co di compania. Tin un otro
equipo cu yama giraf y tin un
cu ta parce un kameel (Ross
Carrier).
Actualmente nan ta usa e
chubatu aki pa yena zwavel riba
waf di plant desulfurador. Re-
cientemente compania a instala
un aparato di aircondition den
cabina di e chubatu, pa eli-
mina un series di inconveniencia
pa asina e operator haci su
trabao eficazmente y cu seguri-
dad. E cabina cu ta 4 pia na tur
banda y cinco pia halto, ta pro-
bablemente e cabine airecondi-
ciond di mas chikitu riba nos
isla.
Anteriormente e operator
master a lora su curpa den can-
tidad di panja pa su protection,
e master a bisti bril di seguri-
dad y otro equipo pa proteha su
mes contra stof di zwavel. Pa-
reciendo un astronaut, no so-
lamente calor tabata molesti6,
pero tin bez e master a stop di
traha pa e "fria" un poco y sa-
gudi e stof geel for di su panja,
limpla su bril pa e por mira
mihor.
Cu e problemanan aki com-
pletamente elimind, e operator
awendia ta core den su chu-
batu a la grand, confortable-
mente sintA den su cuartico pri-
vado caminda e por control
temperature cu facilidad.


IIIUmn u a nuow a II I ony
airconditioned payloader on the
island. Popularly called "chubs-
to" in Papiamento, which means
"billy goat" in English, the pay-
loader is the first airconditioned
"animal" in the company's mo-
bile equipment "zoo." Other
species are the "giraffe" and
one resembling a "camel" (Ross
Carrier).
This special payloader is used
in loading sulfur at the HDS


luoa ers ca n o m inaal a se-
ries of inconveniences for the
operator in carrying out the job
efficiently and safely. Measuring
4 ft. square and 5 ft. high, the
cabin is probably the smallest
airconditioned work space on
the island.
Previously, the operator had
to swaddle himself in a lot of
protective clothing, wear safety
goggles and other bulky equip-
ment to protect himself from the


The Aruba Amateur Baseball Association board (I to r): D. Ridder-
slap, A. Rodrlguez, B. Werleman, E. Brlon, D. Flemmlng (President),
J. Wauben, S. Paul, V. Lane (not in picture B. Wester). The ABBA

Island competition

started April 21 In the

San Nicolas Sport

Park, with Veteran

Abraham Lake (at left)

throwing the first ball.

Mr. Lake Is a Quarter-


coIIIIUIm a irom tUI e hf eat, Out
had to stop the loading oper-
ation frequently to "cool off"
and shake off the yellow dust
from his clothes and clean his
goggles in order to be able to
see better.
With these problems eliminat-
ed by the aircooled cabin, the
operator now rides his "chuba-
to" in style and in cool comfort
in his easily controllable private
little cubicle.


Lago Police
(Continued from page 4)
several Management courses
and English Lab.
About the only personnel who
are provided with company uni-
forms, the Lago Policemen are
perhaps also the only employ-
ees who have such a varied and
manifold task and who should,
under all circumstances, be
calm, courteous and correct.



DECEASED
ANNUITANT

JOHN J. BURCHILL,

died on March 28,
1972 in the U.S.A.
at age 70. He
worked in the
TSD Engineering
Division. Mr. Bur-
chill retired on
June 1, 1957 with
over 19 years of
service.


master on Lago's tugs.


May 5, 1972








ARUBA ESSO NEWS May 5~ 1972


Lago's New Fire Truck Is First

With 54-foot "Aer-O-Squrt" Boom


The latest addition to Lago's
Industrial Services Fire Section
is a 1000-gallon-per-minute Air
Foam Pumper which is equipped
with a 54-ft. articulated "Aer-
O-Squrt" boom. Installed on a
turntable and hydraulically ope-
rated, the boom can rotate a
full circle and can rapidly and
efficiently provide a master
stream of foam or water to fight
fires that are hard to get at,
over and in elevated pipe banks,
floating roof tanks and other
high locations where hydrocar-
bon leaks might require appli-
cation of water fog to prevent
fire. With a vantage height of
54 ft and an operating pressure
of 200 p.s.l.g., the nozzle can be
controlled electrically from the
rear panel to provide the re-
quired fog or straight stream
patterns.
The new pumper truck, the
first of Lago's fire trucks with
the articulated boom, has a ca-
pacity of 750 gallons of foam
with proportioning capabilities
to generate 3, 4 and 6%/o foam.


Auxiliary water connections at
the rear will permit using the
boom to provide cooling water
at the same time foam can be
generated and discharged
through the normal 2-1/2-inch
discharge outlets.
The boom (called Squrt by its
manufacturer, the Snorkel Fire
Equipment Company) can be
fitted either with a foam or wa-
ter nozzle.
The truck body and motor,
supplied by International Har-
vester, the fire equipment from
National Foam Company, and
the Squrt jointly cost approxi-
mately FIs. 100,000. This mo-
dern fire truck replaces an ol-
der-type pumper and again
brings the total mobile fire
equipment at Lago to nine.
"With this new fire truck, La-
go's firefighters now have a unit
capable of placing water or
foam where it is needed most,
where it will do the most good,
reach locations that are inac-
cessible to other mobile units,"
says Fire Chief Peter Storey.


New feature is articulated boom, shown here in action.
Novedad dl e truck ta su braze largo, aki den acclon.


Poliznan
(Continub di


Cada Poliz di Lago master a
sigl un curse basic di entrena-
mento, cu ta inclui Page Can-
dela, Promer Ayudo, Ley di
Trafico, Ordenanzanan di Pollz,
Reglanan di Pas y Ficha, Sclrbi
Rapport y algun trabaonan dl
relaclon public. Fuera dl esey,
e Sergeantnan y Tenlentenan a
tuma varlos curso dl gerencla y


di Lago
pagina 5)
idioma Ingles.
Siendo casi e unico emplea-
donan cu tin uniform dl Compa-
nia, Lago su Poliznan tambe ta
e unico empleadonan cu tin un
encargo di trabao aslna vari6 y
cu tantu asunto pa atende, y
pesey bao di tur circunstancla
nan master ta calm, cortes y
corecto.


The new fire truck was commissioned by President Roy L. Trusty
(I) and Vice President LeRoy Johnston (2nd r). Showing off their
truck here are Fire Chief Peter Storey (2nd I) and Industrial Serv-
ices Administrator C. C. Llefers.
E truck nobo a ser poni den servlclo door di Presidente Roy L
Trusty (r) y Vice Presidente LeRoy Johnston (2do dr.) Admirando e
truck nobo ta Hefe di Bomberos Peter Storey y C. C. Lleffers, Ad-
ministrador dl Serviclo Industrial.


Truck Nobo di Paga Candela Ta

Promer cu Tin Braza di 54 Pia


E mas reciente equipo cu a
yega pa Lago su Seccion di Pa-
ga Candela den Servicionan In-
dustrial ta un truck cu por pomp
1000 galon pa minute di scuma
combined cu aire, y cu ta equipa
cu un braza di 54 pia cu yama
"Aer-O-Squrt". Install ariba un
disco cu ta drei y cu operation
hidrdulico, e braza por drei un
circulo complete mientras e ta
spuit rapidamente y eficazmente
un choro principal di scuma of
awa pa paga candela den lugar-
nan caminda ta dificil pa hende
yega, ariba gruponan di tuberia
na lugarnan halto, dak flotante
dl tank y otro sitionan caminda
lek di hidrocarburo por requeri
spuitmentu di awa pa evita
candela. Cu un haltura venta-
hoso di 54 pia y presion di oper-
acion di 200 liber pa duim cua-
drd, e boquero por word dirigi
cu electricidad for di un panel
patras di e truck pa asina spuit
un choro di awa of nubia di awa
segun master.
E truck nobo pa pomp awa
ta Lago su promer truck di paga
candela cu un braza cu por do-
bla; e tin un capacidad di 750
galon dl scuma y por ser con-
trola pa traha scuma di 3, 4 of
6%.
Coneccionnan auxiliar na par-
ti patras dl e truck por haci po-
sibel pa e braza spuit awa pa
fria candela, mientras cu e por
traha scums y spuit e pa medio


di su tubonan di descarga di
21/2 duim.
E braza (cual su fabricante ta
yama Squrt y ta trahi door di
Snorkel Fire Equipment Com-
pany) por word ust cu un bo-
quero pa sea scuma of awa.
Curpa y motor di e truck a
bini di international Harvester,
equipo di paga candela a word
entreg6 door di National Foam
Company, y huntu cu e Squrt
nan cost total ta f. 100,000.-.
E truck modern aki pa page
candela ta reemplaza un otro
truck pa pomp awa, y ta trece
Lago su trucknan pa paga can-
dela na nuebe.
"Cu e truck di paga candela
nobo aki, Lago su grupo di
bombers tin un unidad cu por
spuit awa of scuma caminda ta
mas necesario, caminda e por
produce loke ta mas bon, y e
por yega na lugarnan caminda
otro unidadnan m6bil no por
yega", asina Hefe di Secclon di
Bomberos Peter Storey ta bisa.

SM&C Men
(Continued from page 2)
tention, the M&C men also suc-
cessfully upheld their excellent
safety record of over 3,000,000
manhours without a disabling
injury. This is indicative that
every single employee cares
about safety as well as getting
the job done.


ARUBA ESSO NEWS


May 5, 1972