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Aruba Esso news

Material Information

Title:
Aruba Esso news
Creator:
Lago Oil and Transport Company, Ltd
Place of Publication:
Aruba Netherlands Antilles
Publisher:
Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
Creation Date:
December 1977
Frequency:
biweekly
regular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 30-44 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Petroleum industry and trade -- Periodicals -- Aruba ( lcsh )
Genre:
serial ( sobekcm )
periodical ( marcgt )

Notes

Language:
Text in English and papiamento.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
v. 1- 1940-
General Note:
Cover title.

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Biblioteca Nacional Aruba
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Biblioteca Nacional Aruba
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Resource Identifier:
000307401 ( ALEPH )
06371498 ( OCLC )
ABT4040 ( NOTIS )

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Dr. Elmer L. Gaden, Jr. of the University of Virginia and Lago’s
Technical Manager Dick Reitz here share a laugh before the

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

start of a two-week Chemical Engineering for Non-Chemical En-

[ Zarraga Promoted

(Continued from page 3)

Technical Services Division as an En-
gineering Technician assigned to
energy and environmental activities.
Mario’s recent promotion to Sr. Engi-
neering Technician is in recognition
of his contributions in the environ-
mental control field.

Mario has followed many Lago-
sponsored courses, such as Refinery
Chemistry, Organization Development
Lab, Kepner-Tregoe and Effective Su-
pervision. On his own time, he stu-
died Chemistry at the John F. Kenne-
dy School in Oranjestad.

| George Nicholson |

(Continua di pag. 11)

ya su grado di maestro den Electro-
nica na 1974 despues di studia cu yu-
danza di Gobierno Insular y EEG.

George, kende awor tin 35 anja,
tin plan pa sigui studia pasobra el ta
gusta esey y ta sinti e necesidad di
sinja lo mas tanto cu e por. Siguien-
te ariba su lista di metanan ta pa stu-
dia medicina, economia y filosofia di
ciéncia, un topico cu ta interes’ele
masha.

Aunque cu George ainda no sabi
com el lo logra su educacion den me-
dicina, el ta bisa cu el lo busca un
manera di haciele. Manera e refran
ta bisa "'unda tin boluntad, tin posi-
ble, pasobra el a demonstra cu el tin
boluntad pa alcanza su metanan, y
un gran boluntad, tambe !

These new employees, currently following a Refinery Basic Course, are preparing them-

selves for future responsibility in the Process Department.

Following a two-week theo-

retical training period in the Administration Building, they are now on a four-week field
training program to acquaint themselves with process operations.

gineers Course conducted. by Dr. Gaden.
from Lago and two from affiliated companies attended the

December 1979

Twelve employees

course here.

| Juancho y Casin |

(Continued from page 9)

Va Tamben” earned the most popu-
lar tumba trophy in the contest. Ca-
sin also plays the guitar and the pia-
no and has participated in several
song festivals.

Musical talent certainly runs in the
Giel family. Casin’s brother Nino —
Saturnino Giel of Mechanical - MP&C
also sings and is presently manager
of Vibracion '74. Their sister Tica, a
former Lago employee who now lives
in Holland, has cut several records,
and Nino’s daughter Erica last year
won the Children Song Festival.

The combination Juancho / Casin
works in favor of both and they plan
to continue this association backed
years to come.

OBITUARY

LUIS F. MARVAL, an advanced Elec-
trician | in Mechanical - Electrical,
fassec away at the Dr. Horacio Odu-
ber Hospital on February 29. Mr. Mar-
val was forty-four years old and had
over 25 years of Company service. He
is survived by his widow and three
children. Funeral services were held
at the Catholic Church in Oranjestad
and burial took place ate the Catholic
Cemetery in Oranjestad on March 6

Victor M. Cilie, a Refinery Mechanic in
the Mechanical Department, passed
away suddenly on Thursday, March 20.
Vic, as he was known to all, was Vice
President of the IOWUA. He was 49
years old and had 32 years of service
with the Company. Vic is survived by
his widow and six children.





Full Text
Dr. Elmer L. Gaden, Jr. of the University of Virginia and Lago’s
Technical Manager Dick Reitz here share a laugh before the

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

start of a two-week Chemical Engineering for Non-Chemical En-

[ Zarraga Promoted

(Continued from page 3)

Technical Services Division as an En-
gineering Technician assigned to
energy and environmental activities.
Mario’s recent promotion to Sr. Engi-
neering Technician is in recognition
of his contributions in the environ-
mental control field.

Mario has followed many Lago-
sponsored courses, such as Refinery
Chemistry, Organization Development
Lab, Kepner-Tregoe and Effective Su-
pervision. On his own time, he stu-
died Chemistry at the John F. Kenne-
dy School in Oranjestad.

| George Nicholson |

(Continua di pag. 11)

ya su grado di maestro den Electro-
nica na 1974 despues di studia cu yu-
danza di Gobierno Insular y EEG.

George, kende awor tin 35 anja,
tin plan pa sigui studia pasobra el ta
gusta esey y ta sinti e necesidad di
sinja lo mas tanto cu e por. Siguien-
te ariba su lista di metanan ta pa stu-
dia medicina, economia y filosofia di
ciéncia, un topico cu ta interes’ele
masha.

Aunque cu George ainda no sabi
com el lo logra su educacion den me-
dicina, el ta bisa cu el lo busca un
manera di haciele. Manera e refran
ta bisa "'unda tin boluntad, tin posi-
ble, pasobra el a demonstra cu el tin
boluntad pa alcanza su metanan, y
un gran boluntad, tambe !

These new employees, currently following a Refinery Basic Course, are preparing them-

selves for future responsibility in the Process Department.

Following a two-week theo-

retical training period in the Administration Building, they are now on a four-week field
training program to acquaint themselves with process operations.

gineers Course conducted. by Dr. Gaden.
from Lago and two from affiliated companies attended the

December 1979

Twelve employees

course here.

| Juancho y Casin |

(Continued from page 9)

Va Tamben” earned the most popu-
lar tumba trophy in the contest. Ca-
sin also plays the guitar and the pia-
no and has participated in several
song festivals.

Musical talent certainly runs in the
Giel family. Casin’s brother Nino —
Saturnino Giel of Mechanical - MP&C
also sings and is presently manager
of Vibracion '74. Their sister Tica, a
former Lago employee who now lives
in Holland, has cut several records,
and Nino’s daughter Erica last year
won the Children Song Festival.

The combination Juancho / Casin
works in favor of both and they plan
to continue this association backed
years to come.

OBITUARY

LUIS F. MARVAL, an advanced Elec-
trician | in Mechanical - Electrical,
fassec away at the Dr. Horacio Odu-
ber Hospital on February 29. Mr. Mar-
val was forty-four years old and had
over 25 years of Company service. He
is survived by his widow and three
children. Funeral services were held
at the Catholic Church in Oranjestad
and burial took place ate the Catholic
Cemetery in Oranjestad on March 6

Victor M. Cilie, a Refinery Mechanic in
the Mechanical Department, passed
away suddenly on Thursday, March 20.
Vic, as he was known to all, was Vice
President of the IOWUA. He was 49
years old and had 32 years of service
with the Company. Vic is survived by
his widow and six children.





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