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Aruba Esso news
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Lago Oil and Transport Company, Ltd
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Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
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March 1980
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March 1980

Cy

ba Esso News
Carnival Issue

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Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd

Ariba, Netherlands Antiies

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

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Photographs by : Joe’s Photographic Service

Editor: Mrs. L. Il. de Cuba

Printer :

Verenigde Antilliaanse Drukkerijen N.V.



M. Zarraga Nombra Sr. Engineering Technician

Efectivo 1 di Maart, 1980, Mario O.
Zarraga a ser promovi pa Senior En-
gineering Technician den Technical -
Energy Conservation / Environmental

M. O. Zarraga

Control Section di Analytical & Con-
servation Systems Division.
Mario, kende ta un graduado di La-

Our Cover

1980 Carnival Photos by
Checkpoint Color

— Raggedy Ann Group

— World of Hats

— Esso Club Queen

— Esso Club Muppet Show float
— Brazil fantasy

— Colegio Arubano float

— Aruba Carnival Queen 1980

— Esso Club Chess Group

— Clown group - children’s Carnival
— Spanish Group - Children Carnival

— Sla di Carnival Comical group.

go Vocational School di 1951, a ser
asigna na Technical - Laboratories
caminda el a avanza den varios cate-
goria di Tester. Entre 1963 y 1970 el
a traha den posicionnan di Junior
Analyst, Junior Laboratory Assistant,
y Laboratory Assistant te bira Shift
Supervisor na 1970.

Despues di traha como un Pro-
ducts Quality Coordinator y como
Maintenance Supervisor den Labora-
torio, Mario a transferi pa Technical
- Process Technical Services Divi-
sion como un Engineering Techni-

cian asigna na actividadnan di ener-
gia y di ambiente.

Mario su reciente promocion como
Sr. Engineering Technician ta en re-
conocimiento di su contribucionnan
den ramo di control di ambiente.

Mario a sigui varios curso patroci-
na pa Lago, manera Refinery Chemis-
try, Organization Development Lat
Kepner-Tregoe y Effective Supervi-
sion. Ariba su propio tempo, el a
studia Quimica na John F. Kennedy
School na Oranjestad.

March 1980

Roro Hernandez Named
Sr. Engineering Associate
In Technical Department

Effective February 1, 1980, Robert
(Roro) Hernandez was promoted to
Senior Engineering Associate in re-
cognition of his knowledge and con-
tributions in the Project Management
area. On March 1, Roro assumed
the position of Engineering Superin-
tendent of the recently announced
Utilities Upgrade Project.

Roro is a graduate of the Lago Vo-
cational School, class of '48. Be-
tween 1952 and 1960 he worked as a
Machinist in the Mechanical Depart-
ment, where he advanced to First
Class Machinist, and in the Mechani-
cal Administration Office where he

progressed t
ring Assistant ¢ enro
led at the Southern ii nois University
in the U.S.A. in 1961. In 1966, Roro
returned with a B.S M

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(Continued on page 9)

Lago Forms Team to oe Utilities Upgr

An effort is underway to develop
a request for appropriation for the Uti-
lities Upgrade Project which will con-
sist of facility changes to upgrade
boiler instrumentation, increase utili-
ty reliability and improve energy effi-
ciency. A project management team
has been formed to oversee the en-
gineering activities associated with
this effort. Members of the team are

M. Rocky’ Angela — Project Exe-
cutive; R. ’’Roro’’ Hernandez — Engi-
neering Superintendent; Calvin R. As-
sang — Design Engineer; A. '’Tony”
Vianello — Instrument Engineer.

Rocky, as Project Executive, will be

out this function in
ponsibilitie iS
Manager

Roro, as Engineering Superinten-
dent, will have responsibility for en-
gineering, cost estimating and con
tract development activities

The formation of this t C-
tive March 1. It is expected at ad-
ditional personnel \ ye added to
the Team as activities ex-
pand

Technical





March 1980

Harold Helder Promoted
To Security Sergeant
In Industrial Security

March 1, 1980, Harold
Helder of Industrial Securi-
o Police was promoted to Se-

y Sergeant. With this promotion,
rold has attained management sta-













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He will now be responsible for the
administration of the Security Badge

Office

Roy has been with Lago since 1977.
His initial assignment as Securi-
ty Patrolman in t Force. In
January 1979 he was promoted to Se-
curity Corporal, the p ion he held
prior to his nt ad cement.

A 196! -A graduate from the
La Salle College in Oranjestad, Roy
previously worked as a Radio and TV
announcer, and just before joining
Lago, as a Clerk at the Government
Utility Plant.

Roy has followed several fire train-
ing courses at Lago.











Esso Carnival Royalty can be seen here at the Esso Club following coronation ceremo-

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

3

George Nicholson Achieves Another Goal in Life;
Receives Law Degree After Five Years of Study

George M. D. Nicholson is a born
achiever. He sets his goals in life
very carefully, and once set, he feels
very committed to achieve them. A
highly ambitious person with an in-
tense thirst for knowledge, George
reads a lot and considers education
his chief hobby. Over the years he
has become interested in so many
different fields of study that he has
decided to pursue all of them, one at
a time.

George has a Master's degree in
Electronics Engineering from the Uni-
versity of Technology of Delft, Hol-
land, and currently is a Zone Super-
visor in Lago’s Mechanical - Instru-
ment/Electrical Zone. Recently, he
earned his degree in Antillean Law
(Meester in de Rechten) from the Uni-
versity of the Netherlands Antilles.
During a special ceremony at the Law
faculty — Aruba branch — at the Pier-
re Corneillestraat in Oranjestad last
month, George received his diploma
from the Dean of the Law Faculty of
the University in Curagao, Mr. Ing.
Jackie Voges.

This was the culmination of five
years of study on his own which he
fitted into an already full schedule.
Except for some time off to sit for
exams, George worked full-time at
Lago, and taught evening classes in
electronics, communications and ma-

nies on February 9. From left to right, are: E. R. Manager and Esso Club Chairman

Henry F. Coffi who crowned Muriel Boekhoudt Youth Carnival Queen (2nd 1), outgoing

1979 Youth Queen Jean Koolman, 1980 Carnival Queen Cheryl Buckley, Lago Vice Pre-

sident Roy Douglas, who crowned her, and 1979 outgoing Carnival Queen Mayra Ras.
In the foreground is 1980 Children Queen Gwendolyn Kwidama.

thematics twice a week to students
training for a technical teacher's de-
gree.

Besides spending as much time as
possible with his wife Loes and three
young children, George managed to
read numerous books on law, archeo-
logy, science fiction and philosophy,
and made maximum use of his time
by including regular tennis matches
and an occasional game of chess.
Studying about five hours a week,
mostly after the children were tucked
in, George kept pace with law stu-
dents attending the university on a
full-time basis.

Asked if he would work in defense
cases now that he is a fullfledged
lawyer, George answered that he stu-
died law simply as a hobby and be-
cause the study was available on the
island. He enjoys his work at Lago
very much and has no intention of
exchanging his career in electronics
for any other profession.

Greatly encouraged by his father,
George has come to consider study
as a way of life. At the mere age of
fifteen when he graduated with ho-
nors from the Abraham de Veer's
MULO-B (with math) he went to Hol-
land on a Government scholarship to
study Electrical/Electronics Engineer-
ing at the HTS in Zwolle. After gra-
duation in 1964, he worked first at the

(Continued on page 11)

Mario 0. Zarraga
Advances To New Position
With March 1 Promotion

Effective March 1, 1980, Mario O.
Zarraga was promoted to Senior En-
gineering Technician in the Techni-
cal - Energy Conservation / Environ
mental Control Section of the Analy-
tical & Conservation Systems Division.

A 1951 Lago Vocational School gra-
duate, Mario was assigned to Techni-
cal - Laboratories where he advanced
in the various Tester categories. Be-
tween 1963 and 1970 he worked in
the positions of Junior Analyst, Junior
Laboratory Assistant, and Laboratory
Assistant until becoming a Shift Su-
pervisor in 1970.

After working as a Products Quality
Coordinator and as a Maintenance
Supervisor in the Laboratories, Mario
transferred to Technical - Process

(Continued on page 12)





ARUBA ESSO NEWS March 1980

Nicolette Vloemans of Colegio Arubano Earns Youth Carnival Queen Crown

The radiant young queen is crowned by Lago President Jerry E reina hoben ta ser corona door di presidente di Lago Jerry

Golden, who gives her a congratulatory kiss afterwards. At right, Golden, kende ta dun’ele un sunchi di felicitacion despues. Na

is runner-up Noriza Helder who represented Scorpio. In picture drechi runner-up Noriza Helder di Scorpio. Portret mas na dre-
at far right, Nicolette in full regalia. chi ta mustra Nicolette como soberana.

Children’s Carnival Darades







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March 1980 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 5

Rose Ann Lejuez of San Wicolas Elected Aruba Carnival Queen 1Q80

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Special guest at the queen election and Rose Ann Lejuez of San Nicolas was crowned by Lt. Governor Frans Figaroa (c). Run-

Carnival parades was Miss Universe — ner-up is Patricia Ann Peterson. They are flanked here by Prince En and Pancho Nia.
Maritza Sayalero. Rose Ann is daughter of Stanislaus Lejuez of Mechanical - MP&C.



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During opening remarks of the Oral Presentation Course on February 6, E. R. Manager

Henry F. Coffi welcomes Professor Brockhaus to Aruba and to Lago. Professor Brock-
haus previously gave a similar course for Lago employees in 1978.

Durante palabranan di apertura di e Curso Presentacion Oral dia 6 di Februari, Geren-

te di E. R. Henry F. Coffi ta yama Profesor Brockhaus bonbini na Aruba y na Lago.

Profesor Brockhaus anteriormente a duna un curso similar pa empleado di Lago na 1978.

Employees Learn Oral Communication Skills
In Course Taught by Professor Brockhaus

Conrad O. Banfield
Process - Fuels
March 7, 1980
25 years

Roro Hernandez
(Continued from page 2)
Projects, including contract develop-
ment and contractor selection for the
Energy Conservation Project that in-
stalled outboard convection sections

at Pipestills 5, 6 & 8.

Roro has followed numerous Lago-
sponsored courses both in the mana-
gerial and the technical field over
the years. Some of the technical
courses include Mechanical & Chemi-
cal. Engineering, Process Engineer-
ing, Process Economics, Safety in
Design, and a Project Management
seminar.

Thirty-five employees last month
participated in an 18-hour Effective
Oral Presentation course in the Ad-
dinistration Building. The course,
which lasted from February 11 — 29,
was taught by Professor Emeritus
Herman H. Brockhaus of the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin. The main objective
of the "Effective Oral Presentation”
Course is to teach employees to plan
and present oral reports effectively.
The participants, nominated by their
respective departments, learned how
to improve their skills in verbal com-
munication which is essential in their
jobs.

Professor Brockhaus, who taught
an Effective Speaking Course here in
1972, conducted an Effective Oral
Presentation Course to some forty
employees at Lago in 1978.

The main topics of the course in-
volved organization of ideas; making
speech communication more _ inte-
resting, more persuasive, the com-
mon barriers to effective communica-
tion and how to reduce them, answe-
ring listener’s questions more effecti-
vely and the evaluation of speaker's

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communications skills.

To insure individual instruction,
Professor Brockhaus separated the
number of participants into three
groups of twelve persons each, with
each group having a different sche-
dule for a total of 18 hours of instruc-
tion.

During the first part of the course,
Professor Brockhaus explained the
basic principles of oral communica-
tions and encouraged class members
to become involved in a discussion
of fundamentals. Subsequent ses-
sions were conducted in a learn-by-
doing process with each participant
Preparing and presenting oral reports
on subjects familiar to him. These
oral presentations were videotaped
and/or recorded and played back so
the employee could see and hear him-
self in his presentation.

By getting the reactions and sug-
gestions from Professor Brockhaus as
well as from other class members, the
employee was able to see what areas
of his speech required improvement.
In group evaluation, the emphasis
was placed on good organization of
the speech, clear presentation, nean-
ingful language, appropriate material
and proper use of visual aids, such
as vu-graphs and slide projectors.







Juancho, 1980 Tumba King, in action at
the RCA Field.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

March 1980

Juancho Kock /Casin Giel... Winners in Tumba Contest

Although not a singer of Mexican
music himself, the ranchera or Mexi-
can song which goes '’Pero Sigo
Siendo El Rey” (But | Continue to be
King) certainly applies to Juancho
Kock, our Tumba King of 1980, and
a fourth-time winner of the Tumba
Crown in the Carnival Contests.

Juancho, who works in our Public
Relations / Marketing Department, is
full of zest and joy especially when
he interprets the popular Antillean
tumba which the Antillean public
loves so much. He has over thirty
years in this field and has no inten-
tion to "retire’’ because tumba music
"keep me young and lively.”

In 1975, Juancho was awarded a
royal distinction on the occasion of
Queen Juliana’s birthday — the silver
medal of honor — for his long years
of musical entertainment.

Juancho Kock y Casin Giel Triunfador den Tumba

Aunque cu e mes no ta un cantan-
te di musica Mexicano, e ranchera
‘Pero Sigo Siendo El Rey” ciertamen-
te ta aplica na Juancho Kock, nos
Rey di Tumba 1980, y cuatro biaha
ganador di e Corona di Tumba den
concursonan di Carnaval.

Juancho, kende ta traha den nos
Public Relations / Marketing Depart-
ment, ta yen di chispa y alegria es-
pecialmente ora cu el ta canta e po-
pular Tumba Antillano cual Antillano-
nan ta gusta asina tanto. El tin mas
cu trinta anja den e ramo aki y el no
tin intencion di "retira’’ pasobra tum-
ba ta "tene’mi hoben y yen di bida”.

Na anja 1975, Juancho a recibi un
distincion real na ocasion di cumple-
afios di Reina Juliana — e medaya di
honor di plata — pa su anjanan lar-
go den entretenimiento musical.

Juancho tin dos yiu homber cu ta
toca den e conhunto cu ta acompan-
jele den su actuacionnan.

Juancho, kende ta un empleado di
Lago desde 1947, actualmente ta cor-
re e Aviation Fuel Truck pa e facili-
dadnan di combustible na Aeropuer-
to tur dia, pero yega ora di ’pachan-
ga’, anto Juancho cu respaldo di ’’Vi-
bracion '74” ta canta y balia, lastran-
do e publico den un furor di ritmo di
e musica contagioso aki. Den ocho
anja, Juancho a gana e concurso
cuatro biaha y dos biaha consecuti-
vamente. Si el bolbe gana otro anja,
anto el lo retene e wisselbeker y stop
di participa den e concurso pa duna
Otronan oportunidad pa gana. El a
gana e corona como cantante di tum-
ba e anja aki cu e cancion "Ban Haci
Un Cos”, un composicion di Hyacin-
tho V. Giel, popularmente conoci co-

mo Casin, kende ta un engineering
assistant den Lago su Mechanical -
Rotating Equipment Division.

Di tras di cada bon cancion, tin un
bon compositor. Esey ta e persona
kende tin e talento pa sinti loque su
publico ta gusta y sabi com pa trans-
miti esaki den palabra y ritmo den un
contagioso expresion di musica y
baile. Casin, kende e mes a ser co-
rona Rey di Tumba tempo cu e con-
curso a cuminza diez anja pasa, a
yuda Juancho gana tres di e cuatro
biahanan cu el a gana cu su compo-
sicionnan yen di chispa cu ta pas cu
e personalidad di Juancho. E anja
aki, Casin tambe tabata den '’spot-
light”, ora cu tres di su cuatro com-
posicionnan a gana den e concurso
Ademas di esun cu a sali na promer
lugar, su cancion ’’Yo Yo Mi Ta” cual
el mes a canta, a sali na tercer lugar
y su composicion "’Portuge Va Tam-
ben’ a merece e trofeo di tumba mas
popular den e concurso. Casin tam-
be ta toca guitara y piano y el a par-
ticipa den varios festival di cancion.

Talento musical ciertamente ta den
familia Giel. Casin su ruman Nino —
Saturnino Giel di Mechanical —
MP&C tambe ta canta y actualmen-
te ta manager di Vibracion ‘74. Nan
ruman muher Tica, kende antes taba-
ta traha den Laboratorio di Lago y
cu awor ta biba na Hulanda, a graba
varios disco, y Nino su yiu muher
Erica anja pasa a gana e Festival di
Cancion Infantil.

E combinacion Juancho / Casin ta
traha na favor di tur dos y nan tin
plan pa continua e asociacion aki
respalda pa nan conhunto pa_ hopi
anjanan mas venidero.

Juancho has two sons who play in
the band that accompanies him in his
performances.

A Lago employee for the past thir-
ty-two years, Juancho currently drives
the Aviation Fuel Truck to the Airport
Refueling facilities every day, but
come ''pachanga” time, and Juancho,
backed up by the conhunto "Vibra-
cion '74” is "driven" to sing and
dance, "driving the public into a
frenzy to the rythm of this contagious
music.

In an 8-year span, Juancho has
won the contest four times and twice
consecutively. If he wins next year,
he will retain the exchange cup and
will stop participating in the contest
to give others an opportunity to win.
He won this year's Tumba crown with
his rendition of "Ban Haci Un Cos”
(Let's Do Something), a composition
of Hyacintho V. Giel, popularly known
as Casin, who is an engineering as-
sistant in Lago’s Mechanical - Rota-
ting Equipment Division.

Casin and Juancho with the many tro-

phies earned with their talents

Casin y Juancho cu nan hopi trofeonan
mereci cu nan talentona

Behind each good song, there is a
good composer. This is the person
who has the talent to sense wh the
public likes and knows how
mit it into word
contagious expression of mt
dance. Casin, hin
first Tumba King
contest was orgé
helped Juancho

and rythm

win three of four
times he won with his peppy compo-
sitions that fit Juancho’s personality.
This year, Casin was also in the spot-
light, when three of the four composi

tions presented won in the conte
Besides the first place winn his
song "Yo Yo Mi Ta” (Yo Yo | Am)
which he sang himself, won third
place and his composition "'Portuge
(Continued on page 12)





March 1980

George Nicholson Ta Logra
Otro Meta Hayando su Grado
Di Meester in de Rechten

George M. D. Nicholson ta destina
pa lo loque el ta desea. El ta
pone metanan den su bida cu hopi
uidao, y una vez estableci, el ta sin-

e obliga di logra nan. George,
kende ta un persona cu hopi ambi-
cion y cu un deseo enorme pa sinja
lo mas tanto posible, ta lesa hopi y
ta considera educacion como su prin-
cipal






njanan el a bira interesa
den asina tanto diferente ramo di es-
udio cu el a decidi di sigui tur, uno
pa uno.

George tin un grado di maestro
den Ingenie =lectron for di HTS
Hulanda, y actualmente ta







na Delft,
un Zone Supervisor den Lago su Me-
nent/E cal Zone
, el a haya su grado di
Meester in de Rechten (Abogado) di
Universidad di Antillas. Durante un
ceremonia special na e facultad di
Ley — sector Aruba — na Pierre Cor-
neillestraat na Oranjestad luna pasa,
George a recibi su diploma for Deca-
o di Facultad di rag di Universidad
na Curagao, Mr. Ing. Jackie Voges.
tabata e culminacion di cin-
co anja di estudio ariba su mes cual
el a inclui den un horario ya casi
completo. Cu excepcion di tempo li-
ber pa pasa examen, George a sigui
traha tempo completo na Lago, y a
duna les den electrénica, comunica-
cion y matematica na school anochi
pa estudiantenan cu ta sigui curso
pa bira maestro di cnico
Ademas di pasa tanto tempo po-
sibel cu su casa Loes y tres yiu
chikito, George a logra di leza un
cantidad di buki tocante ley, Archeo-
logia, ciencia ficcion y filosofia, y a
haci maximo uso di su tempo door di
inclui tambe encuentronan di tennis
regularmente y de vez en cuando we-
ga di schaak. Studiando como cinco
hora pa siman, mayoria vez despues
cu e yiunan drumi, George a keda
semper na e mesun paso cu e estu-
diantenan di ley cu a atende universi-
dad henter dia.

Ora cu el a ser puntra si el lo aten-
de cu caso di defensa como un abo-
gado diploma, George a contesta cu
el a studia ley simplemente como un
hobby y pasobra e estudio aki tabata
posible na Aruba. EI ta gusta su tra-
bao na Lago masha hopi mes y el no
tin ningun intencion di cambia su ca-
rera di electronica pa ningun otro
profesion.

George, kende a ser encurasha ho-
pi pa su tata, ta considera studia-
mento como parti di bida. Na e edad
















ARUBA ESSO NEWS

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A great moment for George Nichol-
son when he receives his Law de-
gree from Mr. Ing. Jackie Voges,
Dean of the Law Faculty of the Uni-
versity of the Netherlands Antilles.
In the foreground Dean of the Law
Faculty in Aruba, Mr. Neppy Hen-
riquez.
Un gran momento pa George Ni-
cholson ora cu el ta recibi su
grado di Meester in de Rechten for
di Decano di Facultad di Ley di
Universidad di Antillas Neerlandes,
Mr. Ing. Jackie Voges. Mas padi-
lanti, ta Decano di Facultad di Ley
na Aruba, Mr. Neppy Henriquez.

Nicholson Achieves Another Goal

(Continued from page 3)
Philips Factory in The Hague and la-
ier at the Government Utilities Com-
pany in Rotterdam for a total of al-
most six years. During this time,
George attended evening classes and
obtained his Technical Teacher's di-
ploma and also an HBS diploma
which at the time was required for
advanced study at the University of
Technology in Delft. He earned his
Master's degree in Electronics in 1974
after studying with the assistance of
the Island Government and the Euro-
pean Common Market.

George, who is now 35, plans to



hoben di 15 anja el a gradua cu ho-
nor for di MULO-B di Abraham de
Veer School, y a bai Hulanda cu un
beca di Gobierno Insular pa studia In-
genieria Electrica/Electronica na e
HTS na Zwolle. Despues di gradua
na 1964, el a traha na Fabrica Philips
na Den Haag y despues na e Planta



continue studying because he enjoys
it and feels compelled to learn the
most he can. Next on his list of goals
are studies in medicine, economic and
science philosophy, a subject that in-
trigues him.

Although George doesn't yet know
how he will accomplish his education
in medicine, he says he will find a
way. As the well-known adage says
"where there is a will, there is a way”,
George can make things possible, be-
cause he has demonstrated the will-
power to achieve his goals, and a
strong one, indeed !



di Energia na Rotterdam pa un total
di casi seis anja. Durante e tempo
aki, George a sigui cursonan anochi
y a haya su diploma di Maestro Téc-
nico y tambe su diploma di HBS cual
e tempo ey tabata requeri pa un estu-
dio avanza na THS na Delft. El a ha-

(Continua na pag. 12)
A beaming George and his
proud wife Loes and their child-
ren Jennifer, David and Paul,

and George’s foster mother
while he studied in Holland,
Mrs. Jacoba Venema, who did

not want to miss the occasion.

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Un alegre George y su orguyo-
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Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd

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Photographs by : Joe’s Photographic Service

Editor: Mrs. L. Il. de Cuba

Printer :

Verenigde Antilliaanse Drukkerijen N.V.



M. Zarraga Nombra Sr. Engineering Technician

Efectivo 1 di Maart, 1980, Mario O.
Zarraga a ser promovi pa Senior En-
gineering Technician den Technical -
Energy Conservation / Environmental

M. O. Zarraga

Control Section di Analytical & Con-
servation Systems Division.
Mario, kende ta un graduado di La-

Our Cover

1980 Carnival Photos by
Checkpoint Color

— Raggedy Ann Group

— World of Hats

— Esso Club Queen

— Esso Club Muppet Show float
— Brazil fantasy

— Colegio Arubano float

— Aruba Carnival Queen 1980

— Esso Club Chess Group

— Clown group - children’s Carnival
— Spanish Group - Children Carnival

— Sla di Carnival Comical group.

go Vocational School di 1951, a ser
asigna na Technical - Laboratories
caminda el a avanza den varios cate-
goria di Tester. Entre 1963 y 1970 el
a traha den posicionnan di Junior
Analyst, Junior Laboratory Assistant,
y Laboratory Assistant te bira Shift
Supervisor na 1970.

Despues di traha como un Pro-
ducts Quality Coordinator y como
Maintenance Supervisor den Labora-
torio, Mario a transferi pa Technical
- Process Technical Services Divi-
sion como un Engineering Techni-

cian asigna na actividadnan di ener-
gia y di ambiente.

Mario su reciente promocion como
Sr. Engineering Technician ta en re-
conocimiento di su contribucionnan
den ramo di control di ambiente.

Mario a sigui varios curso patroci-
na pa Lago, manera Refinery Chemis-
try, Organization Development Lat
Kepner-Tregoe y Effective Supervi-
sion. Ariba su propio tempo, el a
studia Quimica na John F. Kennedy
School na Oranjestad.

March 1980

Roro Hernandez Named
Sr. Engineering Associate
In Technical Department

Effective February 1, 1980, Robert
(Roro) Hernandez was promoted to
Senior Engineering Associate in re-
cognition of his knowledge and con-
tributions in the Project Management
area. On March 1, Roro assumed
the position of Engineering Superin-
tendent of the recently announced
Utilities Upgrade Project.

Roro is a graduate of the Lago Vo-
cational School, class of '48. Be-
tween 1952 and 1960 he worked as a
Machinist in the Mechanical Depart-
ment, where he advanced to First
Class Machinist, and in the Mechani-
cal Administration Office where he

progressed t
ring Assistant ¢ enro
led at the Southern ii nois University
in the U.S.A. in 1961. In 1966, Roro
returned with a B.S M

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(Continued on page 9)

Lago Forms Team to oe Utilities Upgr

An effort is underway to develop
a request for appropriation for the Uti-
lities Upgrade Project which will con-
sist of facility changes to upgrade
boiler instrumentation, increase utili-
ty reliability and improve energy effi-
ciency. A project management team
has been formed to oversee the en-
gineering activities associated with
this effort. Members of the team are

M. Rocky’ Angela — Project Exe-
cutive; R. ’’Roro’’ Hernandez — Engi-
neering Superintendent; Calvin R. As-
sang — Design Engineer; A. '’Tony”
Vianello — Instrument Engineer.

Rocky, as Project Executive, will be

out this function in
ponsibilitie iS
Manager

Roro, as Engineering Superinten-
dent, will have responsibility for en-
gineering, cost estimating and con
tract development activities

The formation of this t C-
tive March 1. It is expected at ad-
ditional personnel \ ye added to
the Team as activities ex-
pand

Technical


March 1980

Harold Helder Promoted
To Security Sergeant
In Industrial Security

March 1, 1980, Harold
Helder of Industrial Securi-
o Police was promoted to Se-

y Sergeant. With this promotion,
rold has attained management sta-













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He will now be responsible for the
administration of the Security Badge

Office

Roy has been with Lago since 1977.
His initial assignment as Securi-
ty Patrolman in t Force. In
January 1979 he was promoted to Se-
curity Corporal, the p ion he held
prior to his nt ad cement.

A 196! -A graduate from the
La Salle College in Oranjestad, Roy
previously worked as a Radio and TV
announcer, and just before joining
Lago, as a Clerk at the Government
Utility Plant.

Roy has followed several fire train-
ing courses at Lago.











Esso Carnival Royalty can be seen here at the Esso Club following coronation ceremo-

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

3

George Nicholson Achieves Another Goal in Life;
Receives Law Degree After Five Years of Study

George M. D. Nicholson is a born
achiever. He sets his goals in life
very carefully, and once set, he feels
very committed to achieve them. A
highly ambitious person with an in-
tense thirst for knowledge, George
reads a lot and considers education
his chief hobby. Over the years he
has become interested in so many
different fields of study that he has
decided to pursue all of them, one at
a time.

George has a Master's degree in
Electronics Engineering from the Uni-
versity of Technology of Delft, Hol-
land, and currently is a Zone Super-
visor in Lago’s Mechanical - Instru-
ment/Electrical Zone. Recently, he
earned his degree in Antillean Law
(Meester in de Rechten) from the Uni-
versity of the Netherlands Antilles.
During a special ceremony at the Law
faculty — Aruba branch — at the Pier-
re Corneillestraat in Oranjestad last
month, George received his diploma
from the Dean of the Law Faculty of
the University in Curagao, Mr. Ing.
Jackie Voges.

This was the culmination of five
years of study on his own which he
fitted into an already full schedule.
Except for some time off to sit for
exams, George worked full-time at
Lago, and taught evening classes in
electronics, communications and ma-

nies on February 9. From left to right, are: E. R. Manager and Esso Club Chairman

Henry F. Coffi who crowned Muriel Boekhoudt Youth Carnival Queen (2nd 1), outgoing

1979 Youth Queen Jean Koolman, 1980 Carnival Queen Cheryl Buckley, Lago Vice Pre-

sident Roy Douglas, who crowned her, and 1979 outgoing Carnival Queen Mayra Ras.
In the foreground is 1980 Children Queen Gwendolyn Kwidama.

thematics twice a week to students
training for a technical teacher's de-
gree.

Besides spending as much time as
possible with his wife Loes and three
young children, George managed to
read numerous books on law, archeo-
logy, science fiction and philosophy,
and made maximum use of his time
by including regular tennis matches
and an occasional game of chess.
Studying about five hours a week,
mostly after the children were tucked
in, George kept pace with law stu-
dents attending the university on a
full-time basis.

Asked if he would work in defense
cases now that he is a fullfledged
lawyer, George answered that he stu-
died law simply as a hobby and be-
cause the study was available on the
island. He enjoys his work at Lago
very much and has no intention of
exchanging his career in electronics
for any other profession.

Greatly encouraged by his father,
George has come to consider study
as a way of life. At the mere age of
fifteen when he graduated with ho-
nors from the Abraham de Veer's
MULO-B (with math) he went to Hol-
land on a Government scholarship to
study Electrical/Electronics Engineer-
ing at the HTS in Zwolle. After gra-
duation in 1964, he worked first at the

(Continued on page 11)

Mario 0. Zarraga
Advances To New Position
With March 1 Promotion

Effective March 1, 1980, Mario O.
Zarraga was promoted to Senior En-
gineering Technician in the Techni-
cal - Energy Conservation / Environ
mental Control Section of the Analy-
tical & Conservation Systems Division.

A 1951 Lago Vocational School gra-
duate, Mario was assigned to Techni-
cal - Laboratories where he advanced
in the various Tester categories. Be-
tween 1963 and 1970 he worked in
the positions of Junior Analyst, Junior
Laboratory Assistant, and Laboratory
Assistant until becoming a Shift Su-
pervisor in 1970.

After working as a Products Quality
Coordinator and as a Maintenance
Supervisor in the Laboratories, Mario
transferred to Technical - Process

(Continued on page 12)


ARUBA ESSO NEWS March 1980

Nicolette Vloemans of Colegio Arubano Earns Youth Carnival Queen Crown

The radiant young queen is crowned by Lago President Jerry E reina hoben ta ser corona door di presidente di Lago Jerry

Golden, who gives her a congratulatory kiss afterwards. At right, Golden, kende ta dun’ele un sunchi di felicitacion despues. Na

is runner-up Noriza Helder who represented Scorpio. In picture drechi runner-up Noriza Helder di Scorpio. Portret mas na dre-
at far right, Nicolette in full regalia. chi ta mustra Nicolette como soberana.

Children’s Carnival Darades




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Rose Ann Lejuez of San Wicolas Elected Aruba Carnival Queen 1Q80

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During opening remarks of the Oral Presentation Course on February 6, E. R. Manager

Henry F. Coffi welcomes Professor Brockhaus to Aruba and to Lago. Professor Brock-
haus previously gave a similar course for Lago employees in 1978.

Durante palabranan di apertura di e Curso Presentacion Oral dia 6 di Februari, Geren-

te di E. R. Henry F. Coffi ta yama Profesor Brockhaus bonbini na Aruba y na Lago.

Profesor Brockhaus anteriormente a duna un curso similar pa empleado di Lago na 1978.

Employees Learn Oral Communication Skills
In Course Taught by Professor Brockhaus

Conrad O. Banfield
Process - Fuels
March 7, 1980
25 years

Roro Hernandez
(Continued from page 2)
Projects, including contract develop-
ment and contractor selection for the
Energy Conservation Project that in-
stalled outboard convection sections

at Pipestills 5, 6 & 8.

Roro has followed numerous Lago-
sponsored courses both in the mana-
gerial and the technical field over
the years. Some of the technical
courses include Mechanical & Chemi-
cal. Engineering, Process Engineer-
ing, Process Economics, Safety in
Design, and a Project Management
seminar.

Thirty-five employees last month
participated in an 18-hour Effective
Oral Presentation course in the Ad-
dinistration Building. The course,
which lasted from February 11 — 29,
was taught by Professor Emeritus
Herman H. Brockhaus of the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin. The main objective
of the "Effective Oral Presentation”
Course is to teach employees to plan
and present oral reports effectively.
The participants, nominated by their
respective departments, learned how
to improve their skills in verbal com-
munication which is essential in their
jobs.

Professor Brockhaus, who taught
an Effective Speaking Course here in
1972, conducted an Effective Oral
Presentation Course to some forty
employees at Lago in 1978.

The main topics of the course in-
volved organization of ideas; making
speech communication more _ inte-
resting, more persuasive, the com-
mon barriers to effective communica-
tion and how to reduce them, answe-
ring listener’s questions more effecti-
vely and the evaluation of speaker's

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communications skills.

To insure individual instruction,
Professor Brockhaus separated the
number of participants into three
groups of twelve persons each, with
each group having a different sche-
dule for a total of 18 hours of instruc-
tion.

During the first part of the course,
Professor Brockhaus explained the
basic principles of oral communica-
tions and encouraged class members
to become involved in a discussion
of fundamentals. Subsequent ses-
sions were conducted in a learn-by-
doing process with each participant
Preparing and presenting oral reports
on subjects familiar to him. These
oral presentations were videotaped
and/or recorded and played back so
the employee could see and hear him-
self in his presentation.

By getting the reactions and sug-
gestions from Professor Brockhaus as
well as from other class members, the
employee was able to see what areas
of his speech required improvement.
In group evaluation, the emphasis
was placed on good organization of
the speech, clear presentation, nean-
ingful language, appropriate material
and proper use of visual aids, such
as vu-graphs and slide projectors.




Juancho, 1980 Tumba King, in action at
the RCA Field.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS

March 1980

Juancho Kock /Casin Giel... Winners in Tumba Contest

Although not a singer of Mexican
music himself, the ranchera or Mexi-
can song which goes '’Pero Sigo
Siendo El Rey” (But | Continue to be
King) certainly applies to Juancho
Kock, our Tumba King of 1980, and
a fourth-time winner of the Tumba
Crown in the Carnival Contests.

Juancho, who works in our Public
Relations / Marketing Department, is
full of zest and joy especially when
he interprets the popular Antillean
tumba which the Antillean public
loves so much. He has over thirty
years in this field and has no inten-
tion to "retire’’ because tumba music
"keep me young and lively.”

In 1975, Juancho was awarded a
royal distinction on the occasion of
Queen Juliana’s birthday — the silver
medal of honor — for his long years
of musical entertainment.

Juancho Kock y Casin Giel Triunfador den Tumba

Aunque cu e mes no ta un cantan-
te di musica Mexicano, e ranchera
‘Pero Sigo Siendo El Rey” ciertamen-
te ta aplica na Juancho Kock, nos
Rey di Tumba 1980, y cuatro biaha
ganador di e Corona di Tumba den
concursonan di Carnaval.

Juancho, kende ta traha den nos
Public Relations / Marketing Depart-
ment, ta yen di chispa y alegria es-
pecialmente ora cu el ta canta e po-
pular Tumba Antillano cual Antillano-
nan ta gusta asina tanto. El tin mas
cu trinta anja den e ramo aki y el no
tin intencion di "retira’’ pasobra tum-
ba ta "tene’mi hoben y yen di bida”.

Na anja 1975, Juancho a recibi un
distincion real na ocasion di cumple-
afios di Reina Juliana — e medaya di
honor di plata — pa su anjanan lar-
go den entretenimiento musical.

Juancho tin dos yiu homber cu ta
toca den e conhunto cu ta acompan-
jele den su actuacionnan.

Juancho, kende ta un empleado di
Lago desde 1947, actualmente ta cor-
re e Aviation Fuel Truck pa e facili-
dadnan di combustible na Aeropuer-
to tur dia, pero yega ora di ’pachan-
ga’, anto Juancho cu respaldo di ’’Vi-
bracion '74” ta canta y balia, lastran-
do e publico den un furor di ritmo di
e musica contagioso aki. Den ocho
anja, Juancho a gana e concurso
cuatro biaha y dos biaha consecuti-
vamente. Si el bolbe gana otro anja,
anto el lo retene e wisselbeker y stop
di participa den e concurso pa duna
Otronan oportunidad pa gana. El a
gana e corona como cantante di tum-
ba e anja aki cu e cancion "Ban Haci
Un Cos”, un composicion di Hyacin-
tho V. Giel, popularmente conoci co-

mo Casin, kende ta un engineering
assistant den Lago su Mechanical -
Rotating Equipment Division.

Di tras di cada bon cancion, tin un
bon compositor. Esey ta e persona
kende tin e talento pa sinti loque su
publico ta gusta y sabi com pa trans-
miti esaki den palabra y ritmo den un
contagioso expresion di musica y
baile. Casin, kende e mes a ser co-
rona Rey di Tumba tempo cu e con-
curso a cuminza diez anja pasa, a
yuda Juancho gana tres di e cuatro
biahanan cu el a gana cu su compo-
sicionnan yen di chispa cu ta pas cu
e personalidad di Juancho. E anja
aki, Casin tambe tabata den '’spot-
light”, ora cu tres di su cuatro com-
posicionnan a gana den e concurso
Ademas di esun cu a sali na promer
lugar, su cancion ’’Yo Yo Mi Ta” cual
el mes a canta, a sali na tercer lugar
y su composicion "’Portuge Va Tam-
ben’ a merece e trofeo di tumba mas
popular den e concurso. Casin tam-
be ta toca guitara y piano y el a par-
ticipa den varios festival di cancion.

Talento musical ciertamente ta den
familia Giel. Casin su ruman Nino —
Saturnino Giel di Mechanical —
MP&C tambe ta canta y actualmen-
te ta manager di Vibracion ‘74. Nan
ruman muher Tica, kende antes taba-
ta traha den Laboratorio di Lago y
cu awor ta biba na Hulanda, a graba
varios disco, y Nino su yiu muher
Erica anja pasa a gana e Festival di
Cancion Infantil.

E combinacion Juancho / Casin ta
traha na favor di tur dos y nan tin
plan pa continua e asociacion aki
respalda pa nan conhunto pa_ hopi
anjanan mas venidero.

Juancho has two sons who play in
the band that accompanies him in his
performances.

A Lago employee for the past thir-
ty-two years, Juancho currently drives
the Aviation Fuel Truck to the Airport
Refueling facilities every day, but
come ''pachanga” time, and Juancho,
backed up by the conhunto "Vibra-
cion '74” is "driven" to sing and
dance, "driving the public into a
frenzy to the rythm of this contagious
music.

In an 8-year span, Juancho has
won the contest four times and twice
consecutively. If he wins next year,
he will retain the exchange cup and
will stop participating in the contest
to give others an opportunity to win.
He won this year's Tumba crown with
his rendition of "Ban Haci Un Cos”
(Let's Do Something), a composition
of Hyacintho V. Giel, popularly known
as Casin, who is an engineering as-
sistant in Lago’s Mechanical - Rota-
ting Equipment Division.

Casin and Juancho with the many tro-

phies earned with their talents

Casin y Juancho cu nan hopi trofeonan
mereci cu nan talentona

Behind each good song, there is a
good composer. This is the person
who has the talent to sense wh the
public likes and knows how
mit it into word
contagious expression of mt
dance. Casin, hin
first Tumba King
contest was orgé
helped Juancho

and rythm

win three of four
times he won with his peppy compo-
sitions that fit Juancho’s personality.
This year, Casin was also in the spot-
light, when three of the four composi

tions presented won in the conte
Besides the first place winn his
song "Yo Yo Mi Ta” (Yo Yo | Am)
which he sang himself, won third
place and his composition "'Portuge
(Continued on page 12)


March 1980

George Nicholson Ta Logra
Otro Meta Hayando su Grado
Di Meester in de Rechten

George M. D. Nicholson ta destina
pa lo loque el ta desea. El ta
pone metanan den su bida cu hopi
uidao, y una vez estableci, el ta sin-

e obliga di logra nan. George,
kende ta un persona cu hopi ambi-
cion y cu un deseo enorme pa sinja
lo mas tanto posible, ta lesa hopi y
ta considera educacion como su prin-
cipal






njanan el a bira interesa
den asina tanto diferente ramo di es-
udio cu el a decidi di sigui tur, uno
pa uno.

George tin un grado di maestro
den Ingenie =lectron for di HTS
Hulanda, y actualmente ta







na Delft,
un Zone Supervisor den Lago su Me-
nent/E cal Zone
, el a haya su grado di
Meester in de Rechten (Abogado) di
Universidad di Antillas. Durante un
ceremonia special na e facultad di
Ley — sector Aruba — na Pierre Cor-
neillestraat na Oranjestad luna pasa,
George a recibi su diploma for Deca-
o di Facultad di rag di Universidad
na Curagao, Mr. Ing. Jackie Voges.
tabata e culminacion di cin-
co anja di estudio ariba su mes cual
el a inclui den un horario ya casi
completo. Cu excepcion di tempo li-
ber pa pasa examen, George a sigui
traha tempo completo na Lago, y a
duna les den electrénica, comunica-
cion y matematica na school anochi
pa estudiantenan cu ta sigui curso
pa bira maestro di cnico
Ademas di pasa tanto tempo po-
sibel cu su casa Loes y tres yiu
chikito, George a logra di leza un
cantidad di buki tocante ley, Archeo-
logia, ciencia ficcion y filosofia, y a
haci maximo uso di su tempo door di
inclui tambe encuentronan di tennis
regularmente y de vez en cuando we-
ga di schaak. Studiando como cinco
hora pa siman, mayoria vez despues
cu e yiunan drumi, George a keda
semper na e mesun paso cu e estu-
diantenan di ley cu a atende universi-
dad henter dia.

Ora cu el a ser puntra si el lo aten-
de cu caso di defensa como un abo-
gado diploma, George a contesta cu
el a studia ley simplemente como un
hobby y pasobra e estudio aki tabata
posible na Aruba. EI ta gusta su tra-
bao na Lago masha hopi mes y el no
tin ningun intencion di cambia su ca-
rera di electronica pa ningun otro
profesion.

George, kende a ser encurasha ho-
pi pa su tata, ta considera studia-
mento como parti di bida. Na e edad
















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A great moment for George Nichol-
son when he receives his Law de-
gree from Mr. Ing. Jackie Voges,
Dean of the Law Faculty of the Uni-
versity of the Netherlands Antilles.
In the foreground Dean of the Law
Faculty in Aruba, Mr. Neppy Hen-
riquez.
Un gran momento pa George Ni-
cholson ora cu el ta recibi su
grado di Meester in de Rechten for
di Decano di Facultad di Ley di
Universidad di Antillas Neerlandes,
Mr. Ing. Jackie Voges. Mas padi-
lanti, ta Decano di Facultad di Ley
na Aruba, Mr. Neppy Henriquez.

Nicholson Achieves Another Goal

(Continued from page 3)
Philips Factory in The Hague and la-
ier at the Government Utilities Com-
pany in Rotterdam for a total of al-
most six years. During this time,
George attended evening classes and
obtained his Technical Teacher's di-
ploma and also an HBS diploma
which at the time was required for
advanced study at the University of
Technology in Delft. He earned his
Master's degree in Electronics in 1974
after studying with the assistance of
the Island Government and the Euro-
pean Common Market.

George, who is now 35, plans to



hoben di 15 anja el a gradua cu ho-
nor for di MULO-B di Abraham de
Veer School, y a bai Hulanda cu un
beca di Gobierno Insular pa studia In-
genieria Electrica/Electronica na e
HTS na Zwolle. Despues di gradua
na 1964, el a traha na Fabrica Philips
na Den Haag y despues na e Planta



continue studying because he enjoys
it and feels compelled to learn the
most he can. Next on his list of goals
are studies in medicine, economic and
science philosophy, a subject that in-
trigues him.

Although George doesn't yet know
how he will accomplish his education
in medicine, he says he will find a
way. As the well-known adage says
"where there is a will, there is a way”,
George can make things possible, be-
cause he has demonstrated the will-
power to achieve his goals, and a
strong one, indeed !



di Energia na Rotterdam pa un total
di casi seis anja. Durante e tempo
aki, George a sigui cursonan anochi
y a haya su diploma di Maestro Téc-
nico y tambe su diploma di HBS cual
e tempo ey tabata requeri pa un estu-
dio avanza na THS na Delft. El a ha-

(Continua na pag. 12)
A beaming George and his
proud wife Loes and their child-
ren Jennifer, David and Paul,

and George’s foster mother
while he studied in Holland,
Mrs. Jacoba Venema, who did

not want to miss the occasion.

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Un alegre George y su orguyo-
sa casa Loes y nan yiunan Jen-
nifer, David y Paul, y George su
mama di crianza durante cu el
a studia na Hulanda, Sra, Jaco-
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