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Title: Aruba Esso news
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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 28, 1972
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Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.
Aruba, Netherlands Antilles

VOL. 33- No. 15

July 28, 1972

Lago Earns Firs
For the tenth time, Lago has
received the First Place Safety
Award from the National Safe-
ty Council. This award for the
year 1971 was presented to La-
go's Vice President, LeRoy
Johnston, by the Acting Head
of the Department of Social &
Economic Affairs in Aruba, Drs.
H. van Trikt, during a ceremony
in the General Office Building
on July 14 in the presence of
representatives of the Press, Ra-
dio, and Television.
On this occasion, Mr. John-
ston also stressed two other im-
portant safety achievements by
Lago employees: One year
of safe operation which was
completed on July 6, 1972, and
3,0000,000 manhours without a
disabling injury reached by La-
go employees on July 12, 1972.
In his comments, Mr. John-
ston commended and congratu-
lated the employees on their sa-
fety performance. Said he: "This
first place award which our em-
ployees have again earned
from the National Safety Coun-
cil proves that all of them are
doing their jobs conscientiously,
and that safety has become a
way of life for them. Their ef-

Dos empleado a bira miem-
bro di gerencia efectivo Juli 1
ora cu nan a ser promovi den
Mechanical Department Nerci-
sio Krosendijk y Mariano Madu-
ro a bira Mechanical Supervi-
sor den Electrical Maintenance
Section di Maintenance & Cons-

t Place in 1971

N. Krosendijk M. Maduro
N. Krosendijk M. Maduro

truction Division, General.
Nercisio a cuminza cu com-
pania na 1949 ora cu el a inscri-
bi den Lago su School di Ofishi.
El a gradua na 1953 y a cumin-
za traha como un Craft Trainee
B den Mechanical Electrical
Division. Entre 1954 y 1961 el a

National Safety Council Contest

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forts deserve high commend-
ation, particularly because in
the past year many of them
have been involved in the start-
up of the new HDS-I com-
plex and several major turn-
arounds. I would like to express
on behalf of Management our
congratulations to all for their
excellent accomplishments with
the hope that these may be ex-
Addressing the press repre-
sentatives was also Lago's Sa-
fety Adviser, Albino Yarzagaray.
He outlined Lago's safety or-
ganization and programs, which
have stimulated each and every
employee to make the Lago re-
finery one of the safest in the
petroleum industry.
Before presenting the Natio-
nal Safety Council's First Place
award for 1971 to Mr Johnston,
Drs. van Trikt congratulated La-
go Management and employees
on their outstanding safety re-
Master of Ceremonies at this
press conference was Mr. O.V.
Antonette, Lago's PR Adminis-
With the 1971 NSC First Place
(Continued on page 3)

William (Bill) L. Duke, Super-
vising Engineer of Short Range
Economics in Lago's Technical
Department, transferred to Im-
perial Oil Enterprises, Ltd., To-
ronto, Canada, on July 17. He
has been assigned in the Logis-
tics Development Division.
Effective August 1, 1972, James
(Jim) R. Beissel, Division Super-
intendent of Lago's Planning &
Projects Development Division,
will transfer to Standard Oil Co.
(N.J.) in New York City. His
new position will be that of En-
vironmental Adviser in Jerseys
Environmental Conservation

Bill Duke started at Lago in
January, 1967 as a Senior En-
gineer in the former Economics
& Planning Division of the Tech-
nical Department. He transfer-
red to the Process Engineer-
ing Division of that same de-
partment in June, 1968 and in
December, 1969 he was promot-
ed to Supervising Engineer of
the former Crude Processing &
Oil Movements Section.
Bill returned to Economics &
Planning as Supervising Engi-
neer of the Refinery Economics
Section in January, 1971.
A holder of a bachelor's de-
gree in chemical engineering
from the University of Glasgow,
Scotland, Bill has taken sever-
al work-related courses at Lago.
These are: Process Economics,
Problem Solving & Decision
Making (Kepner-Tregoe) and
Linear Programming.
Bill and his wife, two sons
and a daughter left Aruba on
July 13.
(Continued on Page 3)

traha te avanza den e catego-
rianan di Electrician Helper te
ora cu el a bira Electrician C
mas laat na 1961.
Nercisio a bira un Electrician
B na 1962. Dos anja despues el
a ser promovi pa Electrician A.
(Continua na pag. 3)

N. Krosendijk, M. Maduro Ta Asumi Puesto Nobo

Como Mechanical Supervisor Efectivo Juli 1

Drs. H. van Trikt (c) presents 1971 safety award to Vice President
LeRoy Johnston. At left, I.R. Administrator F. S. Francis, and Safety
Adviser A. Yarzagaray. At right, PR Administrator O.V. Antonette.
Drs. H. van Trikt (c) ta present premio di seguridad na Sr. Johnston.

W. L. Duke and J. R. Beissel

Transfer to Overseas Assignments

ARUBA ESSO NEWS July 28, 1972

Ma waa N. Krosendijk, M. Maduro Promoted

Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd. To Mechanical Supervisor July 1

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

Radio, Press and TV representatives during press conference an-
nouncing Lago's tenth first-place NSC award.
Miembronan di Radio, Prensa y Television durante conferencia di
Prensa anunciando Lago su di diez Promer Premio di Seguridad.

Lago Ta Ser Otorga Promer P

Den Concurso di Conseho Nacion

Pa di diez biaha, Lago a reci-
bi e Premio di Seguridad pa
Promer Lugar for di Conseho
Nacional di Seguridad. E pre-
mio aki pa anja 1971 a ser pre-
sentA na Vice President di La-
go, LeRoy Johnston, door di
Hefe interino di Departamento
dl Asunto Social y Economico
na Aruba, Drs. H. van Trikt, du-
rante un ceremonia den Oficina
Principal Juli 14 den presencia
di representantes di Prensa,
Radio y Television.
Na e occasion aki, Sr. Johns-
ton tambe a acentua dos otro
presentation important di se-
guridad door di empleadonan
dl Lago: Un anja di operation
seguro cual a ser complete ari-
ba Juli 6, 1972, y 3,000,000 ora
di trabao sin accident incapa-
citante cu empleadonan a alcan-
za ariba Juli 12, 1972.
Den su comentario, Sr. John-
ston a eulogia y a felicita e
empleadonan cu nan prestacion
di seguridad. El a bisa: "E pro-
mer lugar cu nos empleadonan
a gana for di Conseho Nacional
di Seguridad ta proba cu nan
tur ta haci nan trabao concien-

zudamente y cu seguridad a
bira pa nan un bon costumber
di biba. Nan esfuerzonan ta
merece gran encomendacion,
particularmente pasobra den e
anja cu a pasa hopi di nan ta-
bata envolvi den startmento di
nos complex desulfurador nobo
y various revisionnan grand di
plant. Mi ta desea di express
na number di Gerencia nos fe-
licitacion na tur pa nan exce-
lente prestacionnan, sperando
cu esakinan por ser surpasa.
Diriglendo palabra na e re-
presentantes di prensa tabata
tambe Lago su Consehero di Se-
guridad, Albino Yarzagaray. El
a splica Lago su organization y
programanan di seguridad, cual
a stimula cada empleado pa ha-
ci Lago su refineria uno di mas
seguro den industrial petrolero.
Promer di a present e Pro-
mer Premio di Conseho Nacio-
nal di Seguridad pa 1971 na
Sr. Johnston, Drs. van Trikt a
felicita Gerencia y empleado-
nan di Lago cu nan record so-
bresaliente di seguridad.
Cu e Premio di Promer Lugar
pa 1971, Lago awor ta ocupa

Two employees attained ma-
nagement status effective July
1 when they were promoted in
the Mechanical Department. Ner-
cisio Krosendijk and Mariano
Maduro advanced to Mechanical
Supervisor in the Electrical Main-
tenance Section of Maintenance
& Construction Division, General.
Nercisio started with the com-
pany in 1949 when he enrolled
in the Lago Vocational School.
He graduated in 1953 and start-
ed to work as a Craft Trainee
B in the Mechanical- Electrical
Division. Between 1954 and 1961
he worked his way up through
the Electrician Helper catego-
ries until his advance to Elec-
trician C late in 1961.
Nercisio became Electrician
B in 1962. Two years later he
was promoted to Electrician A.
This title was subsequently
changed to Equipment Trades-
man A Electrical in 1967. From
1969 and until his recent pro-
motion, Nercisio acted on va-
rious occasions as Area Super-

remio Pa 1971

ral di Seguridad
promer lugar pa di diez bez den
e ultimo binti-cincu anja. E
eventonan important aki a ser
logrd na anja 1947, 1949, 1954,
1957, 1958, 1961, 1963, 1966, 1968
y 1971. Den ultimo binti-cincu
anja, Lago tambe a gana se-
gundo lugar ocho bez.
E premio di segurldad pa 1971
tambe tabata remarkable pa
cifra di frecuencia pa desgracia
di 0.34, cual ta e segundo mehor
record den Lago su historic. E
mehur cifra di frecuencia pa
desgracia incapacitante di 0.27 a
ser logra na 1963. Ambos cifra
di frecuencia ta nifica cu em-
pleadonan di Lago a experimen-
ta menos cu mitar di un des-
gracia incapacitante pa cada
1,000,000 ora di trabao.
Express oen dianan, Lago su
mehor record di seguridad ta
392 dia calendarlo of over di
3.1 million ora di trabao sin un
desgracia incapacitante, cual a
ser estableci na 1970.
Como reconocemento pa e
prestacion di seguridad na anja
1971, empleadonan di Lago a
ser presentA un ballpoint pen.


visor and Mechanical Supervi-
sor. He has now been assigned
to the HDS Plant's electric area.
On his own time he studied
Dutch courses in Practical Elec-
tricity and Electric Motor Repair-
man at the ATS evening school.
At Lago he followed courses in
Electrical Blue Print Reading,
Related Electricity and a Criti-
cal Path Maintenance and Test
Procedures for Electrical Pro-
tective Devices sponsored by
Multi-Amp. In 1970 he conduct-
ed an Electrical Blue Print Read-
ing course for a group of em-
ployees and was one of the in-
structors for MTS trainees on
electrical maintenance work.
Nercisio is currently attending
a one-year Industrial Electronics
course from the Cleveland In-
stitute of Electronics.
A football fan, Nercisio also
enjoys fixing his own car in his
spare time. He and his wife,
Anna Maria, live at Seroe Bien-
to, Santa Cruz with their child-
ren: Robert, 13, and Joane, 10.
An Aruba Technical School
graduate, Mariano attended the
Lago Vocational School one
year before joining the Mechan-
ical Electrical Division as an
Apprentice in 1954. The follow-
ing year he became a Craft
Trainee B, advancing to Elec-
trician Helper A in 1957. In 1959
he became an Electrician C. His
promotion to Electrician A went
into effect in 1964. This title was
changed to Equipment Trades-
man A Electrical in 1968. Since
1970 he has worked as acting
Area Supervisor and most re-
cently, as acting Mechanical Su-
pervisor, He is now temporarily
assigned in the Electric Shop.
Mariano followed six-month
courses in Industrial Electronic I
Arithmetic III and two years of
a Dutch Electrical course in his
own time. He also attended the
evening MULO school for three
years. At Lago, he took an ICS
Practical Electrician course, Ba-
sic and Advanced Maintenance
Construction Planning, and the
Critical Path Method courses.
Mariano's hobbies include
listening to taped stereo music,
and fishing. He and his wife, Po-
lonia, and children: Marion, 12,
Mariano, 10, Viviian, 9, and Betty,
7 live at Kas Paloma

July 28, 1972


I July 28, 1972 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 3

W.L. Duke y R. Beissel Transferi

Pa Encargo Nobo na Exterior

William (Bill) L. Duke, Inge-
niero Supervisor di Short Range
Economics den Lago su Depar-
tamento Tecnico a traslada
pa Imperial Oil Enterprises, Ltd.,
na Toronto, Canada, ariba Juli
17. El a ser asigna den e Divi-
sion di Desaroyo di Transportes
y Abastecimientos.
Efectivo Augustus 1, 1972,
James (Jim) R. Beissel, Super-
intendente di Division di Lago
su Division di Planeamento y
Desaroyo di Proyecto, lo trans-
feri pa Standard Oil Co. (N.J)
na Ciudad di Nueva York. Su
position nobo lo ta como Con-
sehero Ambiental den Jersey

W. L. Duke

su Grupo di Conservacion di
Bill Duke a cuminza na Lago
na January 1967 como un Inge-
niero Senior den e anterior Di-
vision di Economia y Planea-
mento di e Departamento Tec-
nico. El a translada pa e Divi-
sion di Ingenieria di Proceso di
a mesun departamento aki na
Juni 1968 y na December 1969
el a ser promovf pa Ingeniero
Supervisor di e anterior Seccion
di Proceso di Crudo y Move-
mento di Azeta.
Bill a bolbe den e Division di
Economic y Planeamento, cu
(Continua na pag. 8)

J. R. Beissel

Krosendijk, Ma

(Continua di Pag. 1)
E titulo aki despues a ser cam-
bia pa Equipment Tradesman A
- Electrical na 1967. Di 1969 te
cu su reciente promotion, Ner-
cisio a actua various biaha como
Area Supervisor y Mechanical
Supervisor. Awor el a ser asigna
den electric area di HDS Plant.
Ariba su mes tempo el a stu-
dia cursonan na Hulandes den
Electricidad Practico y pa Dre-
chador di Motor Electrico na
school di anochi di ATS. Na
Lago el a sigui cursonan den
Lazamento di Mapa pa Insta-
lacion Electrico, Electricidad
Relaciona y Metodo Critico pa
Mantencion y Procedimiento-
nan di Testmento cu Aparato-
nan pa Proteccion Electrico pa-
trocind door di Multi-Amp. Na
1970 el a conduci un curso di
Lezamento di Mapa pa Instala-
cion Electrico pa un grupo di
empleados y tambe tabata un
di e instructornan pa estudian-
tes di MTS ariba trabaonan di
mantencion electric. Nercisio
actualmente ta studiando un
curso di Electronica Industrial
di un anja, for di Cleveland In-
stitute of Electronics den Ad-
ministration Building.
Un fanatico di futbol, Nercisio
ta gusta drecha su mes auto
den su temponan liber. El y su
esposa, Anna Maria, ta biba na
Seroe Biento. Nan tin dos yiu:
Robert di 13 anja y Joane di 10
anja di edad.
Un graduado di Arubaanse
Technische School, Mariano a
atende e school di Ofishi di La-
go un anja promer cu el a join
Mechanical Electrical Division
como aprendiz na 1954. E si-

(Continued from page 1)
Jim Beissel joined Lago on
September 16, 1968 as Division
Superintendent of Process En-
gineering in the Technical De-
partment. He previously had ten
year's experience with Humble's
Baytown Refinery in Texas,
where he held the position of
supervising engineer.
In 1970, Jim acted as Tech-
nical Department Manager for
a brief period and during the
construction of Lago's HDS

I Lago Earns
(Continued from page 1)
Award, Lago now holds ten
first place awards for the past
twenty-five years. These mile-
stones were achieved in 1947,
1949, 1954, 1957, 1958, 1961, 1963,
1966, 1968 and 1971. In the past
twenty-five years, Lago also
earned second place eight times.
The 1971 safety award was
also remarkable for the low in-
jury frequency rate of 0.34, the
second best record in Lago's
history. The company's best dis-
abling injury frequency rate of

project he was head of the
HDS Task Force for the Techni-
cal Department. Most recently,
Jim has been Division Super-
intendent of the Planning and
Project Development Division.
Jim is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan and holds
a bachelor's and master's de-
gree in Chemical Engineering
Accompanying Jim to his new
work location will be his wife
Marian, his son and two daugh-

First Place
0.27 was achieved in 1963.
Both frequency rates mean that
Lago employees have experienc-
ed less than one-half of one
disabling injury for each 1,000,-
000 manhours worked.
In terms of days, Lago's best
safety record is 392 calendar
days or over 3.1 million man-
hours without a disabling inju-
ry, which was set in 1970.
As a recognition for the 1971
safety performance, Lago em-
ployees have been presented
with a ballpoint pen.

Medical Director Dr. G. G.
Hendrickson hands 30-year
service emblem and certifi-
cate to Esmond G. Hodge of
the Hospital Kitchen on his
service anniversary on July 6.

* *

Director Medico Dr. G. G.
Hendrickson ta entrega em-
blema y certiflcado dl 30 an-
ja na Esmond G. Hodge dl
Cushina di Hospital ariba su
aniversarlo dl serviclo ariba
Jull 6.

duro Promovi
guiente anja el a bira un Craft
Trainee B, avanzando pa Elec-
trician Helper A na 1957. Na
1959 el a bira un Electrician C.
Su promotion pa Electrician A
a bai na vigor na 1964.
Mariano su titulo a ser cam-
biA pa Equipment Tradesman
A Electrical na 1968. For di
1970 el a actua ocasionalmente
como Area Supervisor y mas re-
cientemente, el a actua como
Mechanical Supervisor. Cu su
promotion di Juli 1, el a keda
temporariamente asigna den
Electric Shop.
Ademas di su diploma di
ATS (electro-montage), Mariano
a sigui un curso di seis luna
den Electronica Industrial I,
Aritmetica III y dos anja di un
curso Electrico na Hulandes
ariba su mes un tempo. Tambe
el a atende MULO school ano-
chi durante tres anja. Na Lago,
el a tuma un curso practice pa
Electricien di ICS, cursonan
bAsico y avanzA di Planeamen-
to di Mantencion y Construccion
y e Curso Metodo Critico.
Mariano su hobbynan ta in-
clui scucha grabacion di musi-
ca stereo, y piscamento. El y su
esposa Polonia, tin cuatro yiu:
Marion, 12 anja, Mariano, 10
Vivian, 9, y Betty, 7. E familiar
Maduro ta biba na Kas Paloma,
May 1s, 1972
MARKS.,, Robert E.M. & Anke Pro-
cess-Refining Division: A son, Kevin
June 21, 1972
BOEKHOUDT. Sabino & Felipina; -
Process Fuels Division. A son,
Giovanni Anthony.

Duke and Beissel Transfer


1st International Fishing Tournament of Bucuti Yacht Club Held on July 8- 9

President Ronny de Cuba receives
for most kilos from Francisco
Pellicer, Bucuti's PR man.

Ruben Mansur is being presented the
trophy for the largest wahoe from Mrs.
A. Rijsdijk.

Sports Queen Sonia Tromp presents Herman Somi
trophy for largest tuna to Gregorio nor's Trophy 1
Oregui from Venezuela. N.E. Henrii

* w

Ronny de Cuba receives prize
for largest yellow fin tuna from
Haime Sprock of Curagao.

Jossy Hunt (at r) presents
trophy for largest barracuda
to Manchito Ponson.

Cheri Arends receives trophy Hard Luck Trophy went to
from Carlos Panneflek for Emilio Risueno (left), pre-
best female performance. sented by Ronny de Cuba.

Herman Somers rn
Sandra Werleman,
Commodore Ronny

Li im
The prize for the
went to Herman S,




ler Torneo Internacional di Pesca di Bucuti Yacht Club Teni ariba Juli 8 9

ceives Gover-
g Lt. Governor
largest fish.

Albert Arends (left) is winner of the Alex Mansur is here presenting the
trophy for largest dorado. He receives trophy for the largest bonito to
prize from Ramon Richardson. Manchito Ponson.

Marciano Arends (at right) presents the
trophy for the largest kingfish caught
by Carlos Herrera.

ophy from Miss
by Bucuti Club
,for the largest


Plaque is presented by Aqui-
les Leon (r) to Abito v/d Ree,
Bucuti representative in


Ronny de Cuba hands plaque
to Sam Cohen, Bucuti Yacht
Club's representative in Punto

Vice President Felix Carrias
of Curacao Yacht Club here
presents the club's trophy to
H. Somers.

Aruba Nautical Club President
Gene Goley hands gift, (bino-
culars), to Bucuti President
Ronny de Cuba.



J. Noguera (I) C. Lieffers (radio control)


Some of the 21 boats which participated in BYCA's 1st International Fishing Tournament

Sailfish also
presented by

~ej~ -r

6 ARUBA ESSO NEWS July 28, 1972

Four Local YMCA Delegates Attend

YMCA Youth Conference in Mexico

The YMCA delegation poses here with YMCA Secretary Jorge Guas-
tavino (left) before leaving for Mexico: (I to r) Marianne Dibbets,
Phyllis Gilhuys, Clelia Guastavino, and Roy Hodge.
Delegacion di YMCA ta aki hunto cu Secretarlo di YMCA Jorge
Guastavino (robez) promer dl sail pa Mexico: (r pa d) Marianne
Dibbets, Phyllis Glhuys, Clelia Guastavino, y Roy Hodge.

Cuatro Delegado di YMCA a Bai

Conferencia Hubenil na Mexico

Representando Aruba den e
Conferencia Hubenil Mundial di
YMCA den Ciudad di Mexico di
Juli 21-31, ta Phyllis Gilhuys,
Clelia Guastavino, Marianne Dib-
bets di San Nicolas, y Roy Hodge
di YMCA di Dakota.
E conferencia, yama "Partici-
pacion 72", ta organize door di
Alianza Mundial di YMCA na
Switzerland, en cooperation cu
e YMCA di Mexico, y ta reuni
300 hoben di cinco continents.
Cu nan alto nivel di motivation
y participation den YMCA, Aru-
ba su cuatro active y sobresa-
liente delegadonan hoben a me-
rece nan puestonan den e im-
portante event mundial aki. Nan
ta form parti di solamente nue-
be delegados di area di Caribe
y di cincuenta delegados di
paisnan Latino Americano.
Pa cubri e gastonan di biahe
e hobennan aki a organize di-
ferente proyectonan pa recau-
da fondos: un pelicula pa hu-
bentud di San Nicolas, e orga-
nizacion y manehamento di un

"snack shop" pa campamento
y nan propio placa gespaar. E
esfuerzonan aki a ser iguala
cu yudanza di un subsidlo di e
Alianza Mundial y di nan mayor-
E conferencia di diez dia ta
cubri tres important tema mun-
dial: Desaroyo Humano, Des-
aroyo Social y YMCA su reac-
cion na problemanan di comu-
Phyllis, 18, ta yiu muher di
Ulric Gilhuys di Lago su depar-
tamento Medical; Clelia, 17, ta
yiu muher di secretario di YM
CA Jorge Guastavino; Marianne.
17, ta yiu muher di poliz H.
Dibbets, y Roy, 19, ta yiu hom-
ber di Leonardo Hodge di Pro-
cess Oil Movements.
"Participacion '72, indudable-
mente, lo result den un mehor
y mas estrecho entendimiento y
cooperation entire nos YMCA
local y e delegacionnan inter-
nacional pa e future bienestar
di nos isla," Secretario di YM
CA Guastavino ta bisa.

Representing Aruba in the
World YMCA Youth Conference
in Mexico City from July 21-31,
are Phyllis Gilhuys, Clelia Guas-
tavino, Marianne Dibbets of San
Nicolas, and Roy Hodge of the
Dakota YMCA.
The conference, called "Par-
ticipation '72", is organized by
the World Alliance of YMCA's
in Switzerland in cooperation
with the YMCA of Mexico, and
has brought together 300 young
people from the five continents.
With their high level of mo-
tivation and involvement in the
YMCA, Aruba's four active and
outstanding young delegates
earned their places in this Im-
portant world event. They form
part of a group of only nine de-
legates from the Caribbean
area and of fifty delegates from
the Latin American countries.
To finance their travel ex-
penses, these teenagers orga-
nized different fund-raising pro-
jects: a movie for the San Nico-
las youth, the organization and

CONVERSION . FOR CONVENIENCE. A group of fifty-five mem-
bers of the Methodist Church Girls' Brigade of San Nicolas recent-
ly converted several large catalyst boxes into comfortable tents
during a one-week campout at the Tromp Plantation in Noord. The
tents served as shelter against sun and a casual rainfall. The boxes,
donated by Lago, were also used by their Boy's Brigade at an
Easter camp this year.
CONVERSION . PA CONVENENCIA. Un grupo dl 55 mlembro dl
Brigade di Mucha Muher di Kerki Methodista di San Nicolas poco
dia pasa a convert various caha dl catalyst den tentnan comfortable
pa un siman dl campamento na Plantage Tromp. E cahanan dl cata-
lyst, regalia pa Lago, tambe a ser usa door di nan Brigada pa Mucha
Homber pa e mes obheto na un campamento dl Pascu Grandl
dl a anja ski.

running of a camp snack shop
and their personal savings ac-
counts. These efforts were
matched by a travel subsidy
from the World Alliance and as-
sistance from their parents.
The ten-day conference co-
vers three important world is-
sues: Human Development, So-
cial Development and YMCA re-
sponses to community problems.
Phyllis, 18, is the daughter of
Ulric Gilhuys of Lago's Medical
Department; Clelia, 17, is the
daughter of YMCA secretary Jor-
ge Guastavino; Marianne, 17, is
the daughter of policeman H.
Dibbets, and Roy, 19, is the son
of Leonardo Hodge of Process -
Oil Movements.
"Participation '72" no doubt,
will result in a closer and bet-
ter understanding and coopera-
tion between our local YMCA
and the international delega-
tions for the future welfare of
our island," says YMCA Secre-
tary Guastavino.


.: -TLI.

July 28, 1972 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 7

Savaneta Boating Club H

Mini Trolling Contest July

Under the direction of Eloy
Koolman of Lago's Laboratory
and several assistants, a mini
trolling contest was held on
Sunday, July 16. Eloy is acting
president of the Savaneta Boat-
ing Club and heads the Organ-
izing Committee for the contest
The fishing ground was inside
the lagoon from Cura Cabai to


Some 69 fishermen partici-
pated with 24 small boats in the
contest held from 8 a.m. to 12
noon. The total catch included
61 baby barracudas. Some eight
trophies, including an exchange
trophy, were donated by the lo-
cal merchants for the winners,
whose pictures appear on this

,wI rMU;u
Savaneta Boating Club Queen Tania Larmonie presents exchange
trophy to winning team (I to r) Genaro Henriquez, Eloy Koolman,
and Segundo Pleters. At right, 1st prize also goes to Captain
Genaro Henrlquez.
Savaneta Boating Club su reIna Tanla Larmonie ta present wissel-
beker na team ganador (r pa d) Genaro Henriquez, Eloy Koolman,
y Segundo Pieters. Na drechi, promer premlo tambe ta bal pa
Captan Genaro Henriquez.

Clemente Carrion 2nd Place.

Eddy Bislick 4th Place.

Roberto Bislick 3rd Place.

Savaneta Boating

Mini Torneo di
Bao direction di Eloy Kool-
man di Lago su Laboratorio y
various ayudantes, un mini con-
curso di trolling a ser teni Dia-
domingo, Juli 16. Eloy ta pre-
sident interino di Savaneta Boat-
ing Club y a encabeza e comi-
te organizador pa e concurso.
E lugar di piscamento tabata
paden di lagoen for di Cura Ca-

Club Ta Tene

Trolling Juli 16
bai pa Commandeursbaai.
Como 69 piscador a participa
cu 24 boto den e concurso,te-
ni for di 8 a.m. te 12'or di mer-
dia. E total di pisca capture ta-
bata 61 blequito. Como ocho
trofeo, incluyendo un wisselbe-
ker, a ser obsequia pa e gana-
dornan, kende nan portret ta
ariba e pagina aki.

Jullo Croes 5th Place.

Roberto Slater 6th Place.

Nai Henriquez Hard Luck

Organizers of trolling contest Organizadornan (I to r) Standing:
Chlto van der Linden, Rudy de Kort, Eloy Koolman, Genaro Kool-
man, Sitting: Harold Arends, Roberto Bislick. (Not in picture:
Marciano Arends).


Hostess Wood Visits Ex-Students

Of the University of Rhode Island

The first hostess ever to visit
the home island of former and
present Lago scholarship stu-
dents attending universities in
the U.S. was Mrs. Nadylis Wood.
She is the wife of Professor of
Accountancy Porter Wood of
the University of Rhode Island,
at Kingston, R.I.
The Woods have been host
family to several former Lago
Scholarship Foundation stu-
dents attending the Rhode Island
University since 1964. These ex-
students include Walter Wong,
Yani Wong, Juancho Henriquez,
Adolf Robles de Medina, Elias
Charles and Victor Helmen. At
present, Lago scholarship stu-
dents, Philip de Palm and Glenn
Geerman, who are now at the
University of Rhode Island, are
hosted by the Woods.
These families are appointed
by a community group as con-
tact families to assist foreign
students. The University of

Rhode Island has an interna-
tional student body with some
200 students from many places
of the world, including Africa,
Asia, South and Central Ameri-
ca, and the Caribbean.
Mrs. Wood and her 11-year-old
daughter Debby, who spent
their summer vacation in Aruba
from June 30 to July 12, were
the special guests of their "ex-
student" Walter Wong, a che-
mical engineer who works in
Lago's MCS Division
Mrs. Wood's experience with
students from Aruba has been
very good. One of her sugges-
tions to students intending to go
to U.S. universities is to have
a firm basis of education and
a good command of English.
Mrs. Wood says her visit to
the island afforded her an op-
portunity to see all her "ex-stu-
dents" and to see personally
all the nice things she has
heard about Aruba.

Duke y Beissel Transferi
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awor yama Short Range Eco- ey, el a traha diez anja cu Hum-
nomics Section, como Ingenie- ble su Refineria di Baytown na
ro Supervisor di a Seccion di Texas, na unda el tabata engi-
Economia di Refineria na Ja- niero supervisor.
nuari 1971. Na 1970, Jim a actua como
Ademas di un diploma ba- Gerente di Departamento Tec-
chiller den ingenieria quimica nico y durante construction di
for di a Universidad di Glasgow, e proyecto Desulfurador I el
Escocia, Bill a tuma various cur- tabata hefe di e HDS Task Force
sos na Lago. Esakinan ta: Eco- pa Departamento Tecnico. Mas
nomia di Proceso, Solucion di reciente, Jim tabata Superinten-
Problema y Hacimento di Deci- dente di Division di Planeamen-
sion (Kepner-Tregoe) y Progra- to y Desaroyo di Proyecto.
macion Lineal.
Jim ta un graduado di Uni-
Bill y su senjora, y tres yiu a n
bandana Aruba ariba Juli 13 versidad di Michigan y tin un
bandona Aruba ariba Juli 13.
Jim eisse a bin traha na grado di bachiller y maestro
Jim Beissel a bin traha na m.
den Ingenieria Quimica.
Lago na September 16, 1968
como Superintendente di Pro- Acompanjando Jim na New
cess Engineering den Departa- York ta su esposa Marianne, y
mento Tecnlco. Promer cu es- tres yiunan.

E promer hospedera cu a ye-
ga di bishita e isla natal di an-
terior y present estudiantes cu
ta studia cu beca di Lago na
universidadnan di Merca tabata
Sra. Nadilys Wood. El ta esoo-
sa di Profesor di Accountancy
Porter Wood di Universidad di
Ri.,de Island, na Kingston,
Rhode Island.
Familia Wood a asisti various
anterior estudiantes di Lago
Scholarship Foundation cu ta
bai Rhode Island University
desde 1964. E ex-estudiantes ta
inclui Walter Wong, Yani Wong,
Juancho Henriquez, Adolf Ro-
bles de Medina, Elias Charles y
Victor Helmen. Actualmente, es-
tudiantes cu beca di Lago, Philip
de Palm y Glenn Geerman, ken-
de ta awor na Universidad di
Rhode Island, tin familiar Wood
como hospedero.
E familianan aki ta ser nom-
brA door di un grupo di comu-
nidad como familiar di contact
pa asisti estudiantes estranhero.
Universidad di Rhode Island tin

un grupo di estudiante interna-
cional di como 200 estudiantes
for di hopi lugarnan di mundo,
incluyendo Africa, Asia, America
Central y del Sur, y di Caribe.
Sra Wood y su yiu muher
Debby di 11 anja, kendenan a
pasa nan vacacion di verano
na Aruba for di Juni 30 te Juli
12, tabata e huespedes special
di nan "ex-estudiante" Walter
Wong, un ingeniero quimico cu
ta traha den MCS Division.
Sra. Wood su experiencia cu
estudiantes for di Aruba taba-
ta masha bon. Uno di su suge-
rencianan pa estudiantes cu tin
plan pa bai universidad na Mer-
ca ta pa nan percura di tin un
base firme di education y un
bon conocemento di singles.
Sra. Wood ta bisa cu su bi-
shita na e isla a dune'le opor-
tunidad pa mira tur su "ex-es-
tudiantes" y pa mira personal-
mente tur e cos bunitanan cu
el a yega di tende tocante

Sports Queen Sonla Tromp welcomes the local players on the Ne-
therlands Antilles baseball selection at the airport on July 12. The
NA team won five out of six matches held at the Baseball compe-
tition in Haarlem, Holland, and became champion of Pool B. Team
Manager Nilo Swaen (behind Sonia), is a safety inspector in
Lago's IR Safety Section. At far right, delegation leader Braullo
Wester, a Process Clerk in Comptroller's Office Services.
Reina di Deporte Sonia Tromp ta yama hungadornan dl e selecclon
dl belsbol di Antillas bonbini na aeropuerto Juli 12. E team Antillano
a gana cinco dl seis wega hunga na e Competitie dl Beisbol na
Haarlem, Hulanda y a bira campeon di Pool B. Manager dl e team,
Nilo Swaen (patras di Sonla), ta Inspector di seguridad den I.R. -
Safety Section. Na drechi, lider di delegation, Braullo Wester, un
Process Clerk den Comptroller's Office Services.




y luJ 28 1972


Mrs. Nadylis Wood, hostess for several Lago Scholarship students
in Rhode Island, was special guest of the Wongs this month: (I to r)
Walter Wong, Debbie Wong, Debby Wood, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Wong
and son, Andy.
Un hospedera pa various estudiantes cu beurs di Lago na Rhode Is-
land, Sra. Nadylis Wood, tabata huesped special di familiar Wong e
luna aki: (r pa d) Walter Wong, Debbie Wong, Debby Wood, Sra.
Wood, Sra. Wong y yiu homber, Andy.

Sra. Wood Ta Bishita Ex-Estudiantes

Di Universidad di Rhode Island