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Aruba Esso news

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Aruba Esso news
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Lago Oil and Transport Company, Ltd
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Aruba Netherlands Antilles
Publisher:
Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
Creation Date:
March 30, 1951
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biweekly
regular
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English
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v. : ill. ; 30-44 cm.

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Twin-engined Catalina from the

U.S. Coast
wallows in rough seas off Turk’s Island as an appendici



Guard base in Puerto Rico
s-stricken seaman

is taken from the Esso Hartford. Eight seaman try to bring the ship’s boat
to the waiting hands of the plane’s crew.

Coast Guard
Flight to Esso

Appendicitis came at the worst

fireman on the Esso Hartford. The

Miami and an equal distance from
18th when his symptoms were first
lin, a visitor to Dr.

Urgent radio calls were
Rico. Although the
airplane rescue ope
ned to get Shelby
Hospital as quickly as possible.

The Es Hartford altered course
and stood ie off Turk’s Island Pas



ion was plan-
to the San Juan













age north of the Dominican Republic
the next morning (losing 9% hours
from its scheduled New York-Aruba
time).

At 8:45 a twin-engined Catalina
flying boat located the ship; when
it finally landed it was tossed like

a champagne cork by the wind-chop-
ped waves. In spite of manuevers by



the Hartford to get close to the
Coast Guard amphibian, the lifeboat
Shelby had to be rowed

a mile before it caught the

drifting plane.

Transferring him from the boat to
the plane was a ticklish job (one
minoy hole punched
in the plane’s fuselage). But fireman
Shelby managed a weak grin as the
Catalina took off to speed him for
hospital care.

Visitors aboard the Hartford play 1y-
an important part in the dr.

Chamberlin administered
ind expert care to the
Adele Gundrey, vis
E. Babeany, Accounting,
graphed the airlift with her
box camera; produced the
picture above.

accident was a





ed
Dr.



n




aman;
tor to
photo-
Brownie
excellent











Most of all, Shelby can thank his
so crewmates and the U Coast
Guard forces for their quick and



daring skill.

First Ball Pitched





Batter up! And Capt. W. E. Thomas
pitches the first ball to officially
open the 1951 Lago Sport Park soft- |
ball league, Standing next to Capt.
Thomas is Oscar Antonette, Sport
Park Recreation committeeman in
charge of the softball tourney. Don)

Bosco, lost the opener to the Braves, |

i—-1.

_ ee 5 -

seas were very

eee rman

‘Mercy
Hartford

possible time to Stephan Shelby,
tanker was a good 500 miles from

Makes |

San Juan on the morning of March

diagnosed by Dr. Donald Chamber-

Crismon of Lago Hospital.
sent to the

U.S. Coast Guard at Puerto

heavy, a hazardous ship-lifeboat-

New Road, Walkway
Change Appearance
Of Lago’s Seaside

The refinery will get a new side
front with the opening of a new road
running behind the Plant Di
and the completion of a
walkway extending along the
area. The new
the sea just





dock
road turns off toward

inside the gate the



by

EIG office, and runs along the shore. |

When the old refinery road is blocked
off next month, refinery traffic will
use this new road instead.

The new walkway along the shore
brings back the tem followed be-
fore harbor reconstruction began. At
that time, seagoing personnel could
go from the docks to San Niec
without entering the main refinery
area. Then additional docks were
built further up along the refinery
shore . The new walkway extends
from these new docks to a point just
















opposite the Plant Laundry. Once
again non-refinery personnel won’t
have to pass in and out of refinery
gates to have access to the dock
area,

In addition to reestablishing the
system that was in effect before
harbor reconstruction began, the new
walkway serves as a plant security
and safety me ire. It keeps unau-



thorized persons out of refinery work
areas.

Within the next few weeks the
Marine Dispensary will be moved to
an addition which has been construc-
ted onto the Plant Dispensz

An underpass is being cons ructed



(turn to page 2, col. 4)
Tripulantenan di
Lake Tanker A
|Gana di Tres Premio
di Lake tanker di





0 Transportation Compania a re
cibi premio di tres questo den e d
vision di tanker di e concurso di Na-
tional Safety Council. E hombernan
|di tanker di Aruba tabatin un
quencia di accidente di 4.84, en com-
paracion cu un average den e sec-
cion di tanker cu tabatin 7.9:
E concurso a cubri e periodo ‘for di
1 di Januari, 1950 ta na December
31, 1950.
| E Lake Fleet tambe a gana di tres
lugar den e concurso di 1949.
Esun mas adilanti den e tanker
ganadornan di e competicion di 1950
tabata Standard Oil Company di In-
diana na Chieago, cu 1.86; den se-
gundo lugar tabata e General Pe-
troleum Corporation na Los Ange-
| les, cu 3.76.







Bae | Lago all-star basketball

fess





Vol. No. 7

12,

PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANS







Lions Hand Over
Safety Equipment
To 1st School Patrol















| year, yet Lago’s

School safety patrol equipment |
formally handed ov by the
ms Club to the Juliana hool in |
Oranj 1 on March 21. Present on
the occasion were Lt. Gc
Kwar Acting Commissioner
Police de Jager; Chief

30elhouw lio Boom, commis-
sioner for tre safety for VVV;
0} B. Brook, of the LPD; Ju-

teachers; and members
s Lions.

(For story of the school safety
patrol movement in Aruba, see page
2.)

Those present on the occasion in-

Juliana School patrol -
the first to go into operation - and
wens shown how the patrol works.
By observing members of the patrol
at work on street corners and other
locations near the school, the group
how the safety patrol program
1 contribute to safety on Aruba’s
roads and streets.

spected the









Lago cu Premio

di Seguridad



Resultado di e concursonan 1950
di National Safety Council ta mustra
Lago di tres entre e refineriz ;e





Stevedores-Wharfingers
Shipyard di seis.
so Transportation
sali di tres den nan
storia apart).
Aunque cu puestonan 1950 no ta
asina haltoe mane esnan di 1949
- tempo cu Lago a gana e promer
tres puestonan — nan ta safety re
cords excelente. Competicion tabata
scherpi ana _ sinembargo Lago
su recordnan
mehor cu mas tantoe
gruponan cu a competi.
Scirbiendo na e companianan cu a
gana premio, President Ned. H.
Dearborn di National fety Coun-
cil ta bisa, "Nos mas sincero con-
gratulacion na cada un y tur di bo-
so hendenan pa nan fini cooperacion
na seguridad den industria. Nan co-
nocimientonan ta demostra nan de-

(continua na pagina 4)

di cuatr
Tankersnan



di
Company a



division (lesa











di e varios













Photo by

Janchi Tromp

Irene Jacobs presents the Lions Club
cup to Earl Cook, captain of the
team that
March 16, 33-29. Funds
from the game went to the Irene
Jacobs Fund, the Lions drive to
raise money for a U.S. operation for
Irene.

beat Caribe

Irene Jacobs ta presenta e copa di
Lions Club na Earl Cook, capitan
di e seleccion di Lago su basketball
team cual a bati Caribe dia 16 di
Maart, 33-29. Entrada di e wega ta
bai



pa Irene Jacobs Fund, e Leon- |



abata ainda hopi mas |

nan ta hunta placa pa manda Irene |

haci operacion na America. Foto tu-
ma pa Janchi Tromp.

| despues di nacementoe, morto, 0 ca-

PORT CO. LTD.

March 30, 1951

National Safety
Results Announced

Final results of the 1950 National Safety Council centests show Lago

TGs in third place among refineries; the Stevedores-Wharfingers in fourth
of | | place; and the Shipyard in sixth place. Tankers of the Esso Transpor-
Constable | tation Company won third place in their division (see separate story).

Although the 1950 standings were not as high as those of 1949 —
when Lago won three first places — they are excellent safety records.



s keener this
records were still
much better FHA the average of the
groups we competed in.

ing to the companies that won
awards, National Safety Council Pre-
sident Ned H. Dearborn said, "Our

Competition








heartiest congratulations to each and
every one of your people for their
fine contribution to safety in in-
dust Their accomplishments de-
monstrate their determination to
make their plants safer places in

which to work.”
Refinery Ranks 3rd

accident frequency
rate was , compared to an aver-
age of 4.35 for the 18 companies
competing in that group. Our record
last year was 1.64. First place winner

The refiner









in the refinery section was the
Humble Oil and Refining Company,
Houston, Texas, with a rate of 1.48;



in second place was Standard Oil of
Indiana at Chicago, 1.77.



Other ratings in the refinery di-
vision: Magnolia Petroleum Compa-
ny, Dallas, Texas, 2.03; Socony



cuum Oil Company, New York, 2.
Shell Oil Company, New York, 2





Continental Oil Company, Ponca
Cc: Oklahoma, 2.39; Cit Service,
Lake Charles, Louisiana, 2.54; At-



lantic Refining, Philadelphia,










Phillips Oil Company, Bartlesville,
Oklahoma, 3.49; Esso Standard’s
Baton Rouge Refinery, Louisiana,

andard Oil Company of Ohio,
Cleveland, 4.60; Sinclair Refining,
New York, 5.33; Trinidad Leaseholds,
Trinidad, 7.55; Tide Water Associated



Oil Company, New York, 8.01; Mid-
Continent Petroleum, Tulsa, Oklaho-
ma, 8.11; Pan American Petroleum-
Transport Company, New York, 8.18;
Texas Company, Delaware, 10.95.
Stevedores-Wharfingers Win 4th





Lago’s Stevedores and Wharfingers
ended up in fourth place, with a rat-
In 1949, when the group
their
for



ing of 11
won first place
11.88. The ave
this division

phead of Lago in



rating was
companies in




Be






tevedoring were





the > Dock Company, Erie, Penn-
ea with a perfect record of
zero; Ashtabula & Buffalo Dock



Company tabula, Ohio, with 4.
and the P & E Coal Dock Company,
Erie, with 9.42.



Tough Competition for Shipyard

urd had a good rating,

Lago’s Ship.
up against tough

4.52. But it wa





(turn to page 2, col. 3)

Duna Nacementoe, Morto,
Y Casamentoe op naPorta

casamentoe
Smployment

Nacementoe, morto, y
r confirma na_ f
na Main Gate mescos cu na
Indust Relations Department. Pa
recorda empleadonan tocante esaki,
un borchi a worde poni recientemente
na Employment Annex bisando nan
cu nan por confirma e sucesonan ey.

Horanan di oficina na Employment
Annex ta di 6’or pa 9 ’or di mainta,
12 ’or pa 1 3 ’or pa












‘or di merdia, y 3
5 ’or di atardi tur dia cu excepcién
di Diasabra cu Diadomingo.

Pa hanja pago pa bo tempo off pa





registra nacementoe, morto, y casa-
mentc bo mester presenta cu un
certificado di Gobierno confirmando

e sucesonan aki na Industri Bu Rel
ions Department. E
mester ta presenta dentro di 15 dia



| Samentoe,

past |

| area di fefine

Lake Tankermen

Cut 1949 Record;
Win Third Place

Lake tankermen of the Esso
Transportation Company received
the third-place award in the tanker
division of the 1950 National Safety
Council contest. The Aruba tanker-
men had an accident frequency rate
of 4.84, compared to an average in
the nker section of 7.9

The contest covered
from January 1, 1950
31, 1950.

The Lake Fleet also won third
place in the 1949 tanker contest.

Heading the tanker winners in the
1950 competition was the Standard
Oil Company of Indiana at Chicago,
with 1.86; in second place was the
General Petroleum Corporation at
Los Angeles, with 3.76.

Calla Nobo, Acera
A Cambia Apariencia
di Lago su Cant’i-awa



the period
to December



Refineria lo haya un cant’i-awa
nobo cu vista di frente cu e habrimen-
toe di e calla nobo cu ta pasa patras
di Plant Dispensary y e terminacion
di un acera pa marineros poni banda
di area di waf. E calla nobo ta bira
pa lamar net padén di e porta banda
di oficina di biG, y ta keda corre na
cant’i-awa. Ora cu e calla bieuw di
refineria ta cera otro luna, trafico di
refineria lo usa e calla nobo aki.

E acera nobo cant’i-awa lo trece
back e sistema usa promér cu recon-
struccion di haaf a cuminza. Na es
tempoe ey, tripulantenan por bai for
di waf pa San Nicolas sin tin mester
di drenta e area di refineria. Despues
mas waf a worde traha mas pariba,
cant’i-awa di refineria. E acera nobo
ta di e wafnan nobo te na un punta
na otro banda di Plant Laundry. Un
biaha mas, tripulantenan no tin
mester di pasa padén of pafér di por-
tanan di refineria manera nan tabata









haci — no mas cu Porta Mayor
(Main Gate) — pa yega o bai for di
nan bareo.

Acerca pa _reestablecé e sistema

{cual tabata efecto promer cu recon-

struccion di haaf a cuminza, e acera
nobo ta sirbi como un seguridad y
medida safe pa planta. E ta tene per-
sonanan cu no ta autoriza pafér di







Denter di e simannan entrante e
Marine Di ry lo worde mové
na un par cual a worde con-
struj na Plant Disper



“traha for di

na pagina 4)

Un worde

tunnel a

(continua

Schedule of Paydays



mi-Monthly Payroll
31 Monday, April 9
Monday, April 23

March i
April 1-15

Monthly
March 1-31

epee



Payroll
Tuesday, April 10









we



Aruba Ess NEWS

PUBLISHED EVERY SECOND FRIDAY AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS
WEST INDIES, BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.
Printed by the Curagaosche Courant, Curacao, N.W.I.





Protect Lives by Driving Safely

“GUARDED or
UNGUARDED.




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5

ONBE WAAKT

WEEST VOORZICHTIG
44; KRUISPUNTENS

CU WARDA
of SIN

FPAGA TINU ORA
BOTA CRUZAS







VERENIGING

VOOR

VEILIG VERKEER



The Association for Traffic Safety is working hard to make Aruba’s roads
safer. Are you doing your part to help the safe driving campaign?
Bo ta co-operando cu Vereniging Voor Veiligverkeer pa haci camindanan
di Aruba mas veilig?



The safety patrol at the Juliana School. At left, Julio Boom; at the right,
Sergeant Boelhouwer. Girls in the group are Juliette van den Berg, Aqui- |
line Vrolyk, Frieda Oduber, Mirian Senior, Ruby Wever, Marlene Wester- |
burger, Karen Breusers, Tineke Breusers, Atala Senior, Marjorie Henri- |
ques, Mitsie Syed. Boys are Arend Westering, Robbert Fischel, Sep)

Macherowski, Ramon Nunes, Hetchel Crusetski. |

Miembronan di e Safety Patrol na Juliana School ta ariba es foto aki.



Atala Senior holds up sign to stop traffic, while Hetchel Crusetski holds
children back until it safe to cross the street. The two received special
training in safety patrol work at the Juliana School.

Atala Senior ta teniendo seal pa stop trafico, mientras Hetchel Crusetski
ta teniendo e muchanan atras te ora cu cruzamento di caminda ta segur.




It was just a year ago that Julio Boom, Light Oils Finishing, and
Chief Gilbert Brook of the LPD spoke to Aruba’s Lions Club about
the formation of school safety patrols as a part of making Aruba’s
roads safer. Today, the first safety patrol — at the Juliana School —
is in operation. Students at other island schools are being trained to
take part in patrols at their schools.

The program is being run by the Vereniging Voor Veiligreckeer,
er Association for Traffic Safety, Equipment - belts, signs, badges,
and flags — was bought by the Lions Club. Booklets on safety were
passed out to school children, and the island teachers cooperated in
the promotion of traffic safety. Sgt. Boelhouwer, of the Police, gave
invaluable assistance in helping to train the students. And the safety
program in general has been helped by E. De Veer showing safety
slides in Aruba’s theaters. Numerous safety posters have been put
up around the island.

The cooperation of these many people is making Aruba’s roads
safer for you and your children.

(a rating of

| before they

jruns for

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



Safety Awards

(continued from page 1)
competition. Four companies
of it each had perfect
zero; the fifth place

ahead
records of
company had






In 1949 the Shipyard won first
place with a rating of zero. The
1950 rating was ahead of the group
average, which was 15.47.

The four first-place companies in
1950 were Erie Railroad Company,
Jersey City; U Steel
Marine Ways, Clairton, Pennsylva-
nia; Dravo Corporation, Wilmington,
Delawa and Ashland Oil and Re-
fining Company River Repair Ter-
minal,

Let’s Do Better in 51

1951 National Safety Council
are now entering their
fourth month. Competing, as in the
past, are leading industrial plants
in the United States as well as sever-
al from foreign countries. Records
show that the competition is getting
tougher - records which we made last
year w once good enough to put
us in first place. But they not
good enough now.

Our safety record is a
one of which all employe
proud. But it can be bette
that it becomes better in









The

contests









are

good one,
s can feel
Let’s see
1951!




Gov. Peters Named
To Neth. Cabinet

Gov. L. A. H. Peters, governor of
the Netherlands West Indies, recent-
ly accepted a new post in the Nether-
lands Cabinet as Minister of Union
Affairs and Overseas Territories. He
was expected to leave for the
Netherlands late this month.

Reporting Goy. Peters’ new as-
signment, the Curacao newspaper
Beurs & Nieuwsberichten said, "this
is the first time a functionary with
N.W.I. experience has been offered
this portfolio, which would indicate
that the eyes of the Department of
Union Affairs and Overseas Terri-
tories are focussed on the West
Indies more than was the case in
previous days.”

Last Tu evening, March 27,
a public reception was to be held at
the Government Guesthouse in Oran-
jestad, where island residents were
to have the opportunity to bid fare-
well to Gov. Peters and his family
left for Holland.















"Statian” Cricketers Draw

Curagao’s St. Eustatius C.C. were
all out for 43 runs before lunch
against the local St. Eustatius club
on Easter Sunday. The Aruba ”Stat-
ians” opened with Cletus Mathews
and Ivan Howe, who at the end of
the day’s play were unbeaten and
had shattered several records, with
Howe 175 runs not out, and Mathews
136 runs not out.

Aruba closed its innings at 325
no wicket; after Monday
rain they sent Curacao to
scoring 72 for 6.





morning’s
bat,

Aruba from the Air..

Company |

A very important man in the oil industry is the geologist,

stud



March 30, 1951





Esso Across the World....



the man who

s rock formations to see if there might be oil underneath the earth’s

surface. Here a geologist from the Carter Oil Company - a Jersey Standard

affiliate - studies an aerial picture of land in Wyoming.

If the area looks

as though there might be oil there, a long series of complicated tests helps
decide if or where wells should be drilled.

Aki un gidlogo ta studiando wyoming su tera for di un portret tuma for
di laria.

New Road, Walkway

(continued from page 1)






_WANT ADS_

FOR SALE:

from the seaside walkway under the

new road behind the Plant Dispen- g millimeter AC & DC Bell & Howell
sary to the Dispensary This projector, current ranging from 110
will provide convenient access to the yolts to 450. F 1.6 lens, 400 watts.
Dispensary for seagoing personnel. Priced for quick sale. Contact Jan
The Dispense will be fenced; N, Arends, Sabaneta No. 297.

off, and refinery emplovees going



there will enter through a gate. An
LPD patrolman will be stationed at
the gate.

Thes projects the seaside
walkway and the fence around the
Plant Dispensary — have been coor-
dinated with other plant security
measures.



Triumph motorcycle in excellent con-
dition. F. U. LaPorte,
‘BQ 13, room 11.

House and owned land, Verl. Nassau-
straat No. 113, Oranjestad. Excellent

Lago Heights

corner for business. Apply there,
Henflih. I. Fradl.

General Electric roaster, used 8

months, Fls. 60; two-burner hot

plate, Fls. 10. H. C. Reedman, Lago
Colony Bung. 216.

FOUND: Almost new brown felt hat.



Owner can claim at LPD office.

Piedra Plat









March 30, 1951 ARUBA ESSO NEWS
arch 30, 198





rie a » Storehouse give a

See ie to roneho rovtesd Th» large crowd that saw the Lago-Caribe basketball
(center), who was married to Eau- £@me - and aided the Irene Fund - saw an exciting
deline Mark on March 17 at St. The- £a@me and lots of action. Jim Downey and Leo Kuiperi

Church. The entation is go up for the ball. Referee is Ed Babcany.
being made by R. affett. The Jim Downey y Leo Kuiperi ta haciendo esfuerzo pa e
group’s gift to M ‘rafton was a bala. Referee tabata Ed. Babeany. Fotégrafo tabata
check, Janchi Tromp.













A large crowd gathered Februa for the opening of the Excelsior Com-
munity Brass Band Clubhouse in San Nicolas. Seen above are, from the left,
Dr. Robert Turfboer, Marine Dispensary; Ameri Vice-Consul H. Reid
Bird and Mrs. Bird; Lt. Goy. and Mrs. L. C. K z; Miss Irene S
Executive Office; and A. rratt, American vice-consul. The Excel:
Band was founded 14 years ago by its present leader, S. H. Muller.







Ovid Juddan (right) receives wedding gifts from friends at the Hospital.
Allan Wilkes makes the presentation. Mr. Juddan planned to be married

March 28 to Victoria Chiquez at St. Theresa’s Church in San Nicolas.
Na inauguracion di Clubhuis di Excelsior Community Brass Band dia 24 di

Februari na San Nicolas un multitud di hende a asisti.



Regalo di matrimonio na Ovid Juddan for di amigonan na Hospital.



Dewey E. Johnson, :
ion superintendent
month received his 30-year Company w
service button from Lago President
J. J. Horigan. Mr. Johnson was first
employed by the Standard Oil Com-
pany of NJ. from March 1921, ie
through February 1924. At that time &
he entered the service of the Cia. Lene a, x
Trans. de Petroleo in Mexico, 1 aa And a 7.
maining there until September 1928. aia ee a
rete e ed A CiCaN ess end Another Vocational Tri g School class goes a hundred consecutive

a Sea e ae working days without any type of injury. On March 9, the 2—49 class
1934 was transferred to Creole. He ad a = 2 cs ee Ba

(above) became the third group in the inter-class safety competition to
. came to Lago in October 194 CLs espe sod aatarda Meatiherstotei hae: i ad ghar a
Math hs has been in the Process Dept. since attain a hundred safe days. Meinbers o the class have had no injuries
Neen ans = pent between the period from late last September to the present.







RR















The old Electrical Training Building starts out the gate to the Anglican

Church in San Nicolas, to become a parish social center and me ng place

for British Scouts and Girl Guides. This is one of several buildings that
Lago has given to Church or Scout groups on the island.

E edificio bieuw di Electrical ining a sali for di porta pa e Misa
Anglicano na San Nicolas, pa bira un centro di Scout y parochia social.










A popular visitor to Aruba _ this
month was Father Dolan from Ja-
maica, who conducted a mission at
St. Theresa’s Church. His sermons
there w heard by a great number
of island residents, While _ here,
Father Dolan also toured the refinery.





Graduates of the
hand are
are Edward Gibson, Utilities; Osborne
Suhkdeo, M&C; Allison R. Dennie, Color
ing; Instructor W. A. Keibler; Samuel

of Colony Service.



Training Division’s one-year course in beginning short-
seen above after graduation ceremonies March 9. From the left
C. Dellimore, Colony Service; Harry
ny Service; Ruby Edmead, Account-
T. Hodge and Claudius Noel, both



Josiah Bobb, quartermaster on the lake tanker Mara (third from left), re- Padre Dolan di

ceives a wedding present from friends; the gift, a wine set, is presented by bishita popular es luna aki na Aruba,

Eardly Quashie. Mr. Bobb was married to Sally Marequeze at the Anglican el a haci misa y predica na Misa di
Church on February 14. Santa Teresita.

Jamaica tabata un











ARUBA



SO NEWS

KLM Flies Serum to Save Venezuela's Cattle



KLM joined in the fight against hoof and mouth disease
in Venezuela recently by flying precious vaccine there
four

KLM made
earrying 5%

to save infected cattle.
Holland to Venezuela,

each trip, kept constantly at near-freez

Boxes of serum are loaded on the

flights from
of vaccine
emperature.
lying Dutchman.

fons



aviation was



Safety monitors in the Vocational Training School have made an important

contribution to the School’s improved safety
t, D. Picus, G. Croes, N. Jacobs, A. Cox,

Vrolijk, N.
Vrolijk. Back



class are, kneeling from left to r
L. Wilson; 2nd row, R. Frolijk, J
L. Peterson, J. Dirksz, L.
E. Oduber, E. Coffi, J. Yarzagaray,





record. Monitors in the 1949
Krozendijk, A. de Cuba,
row, S. L. Lejuez, A. Larez,
Warner. Not in the picture is



R.

N. Wester.



The crowd lines up along the edge of DeVuijst Field to watch members

of the Aruba Flying Club put on their thi
ing, and contests were the order of the day as the crowd of

formation f



1 annual air show. Stunting,



spectators watched Club members go through their paces March 18.

CPIM Sportsman Visits

A Lago visitor this month
Daniel H. Baker, popular chai
of the Shell Sports A
Curacao’s C.P.I.M. refiner
ious occasions, Mr
aged the Shell Cr
has competed here ainst Aruba
teams. A proce operator at CPIM,
Mr. Baker toured the Lago refinery
March 12 while here on vacation.





at
On var-
has man-
st Club when it











Planning to enter this year’s
Queen’s Birthday Olympiad at the
Sport Park? Entries must be in by
Tuesday, April 24.

Seguridad

(continua di pagina 1)

terminacion pa haci nan planta lu-
garnan mas segur pa traha.
Refineria di 3
Refineria su frequencia di acci-
dente tabat 93, compara na un





average di 4 pa e 18 companianan
cu a competi den es grupo ey. Nos
record di aha pasa tabata 1.64. G









nador di promer lugar entre e sec-
cion di refineria tabata Humble Oil
nd Refining Company, Houston,
Texas, cu un ¢ ym di 1.48;
den di dos lugar ti: a Standard
Oil di Indiana na Chicago, 1.77.

and veterinary resea

Holland has long had a reputation for cattle-breeding
h. Cows like the one above save
infected cows. Thin tissue is peeled off cows’ tongues
obtained at the slaughter-house, and used to make the
vaccine. Cooperation between



able to save Venezuela’s cattle.



Netherlands science and



Calla Nobo

(continua di pagina 1)

1 cant’i-awa bao di e calla nobo
ant Disper y pa e area
Tripulantenan cu ta
bai dispensario mester drenta den es

a aki door di e tunnel. E
y lo worde cera den waya, y em-
jonan di refineria cu ta bai ay
er drenta door di un porta. Un
rouille di LPD lo ta staciona na
e porta.

E projectonan aki — e acera pa
tripulantenan y e waya rond di Plant
Dispensz
pasonan recomen
Seguridad di





Dispen-









* coordina cu e
1 door di e Comité
Planta.





Confirm Births, Deaths,
& Marriages at Main Gate

Births, deaths, and marriages may
be confirmed at the Employment
Annex at the Main Gate as well as
at the Industrial Relations Building.
To remind employees of this, a sign
has recently gone up at the Employ-
ment Annex telling them that they
may confirm these events there. ;

Office hours at the Employment
Annex are 6 - to 9 a.m., 12 noon
to 1 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. every













day except turday and Sunday.
_To get pay for time off to register
births, deaths, and marriages, you



must pr nt a Government certifi-
cate confirming these events to the
Industrial Relations Department. This
certificate must be presented within
15 days following the birth, death, or
marriage.

pepe y









By bringing to the attention of other members of their class any safety





hazards, safety monitors play an important part in reducing accidents.
Mo yrs in the 1950 class are, kneeling from left to right, A. Rasmijn,
L. Charles, W. Menfors, S. Bryon, 8S. Gomez, F. van der Linden. Second
row, D. Rasmijn, R. Rasmijn, O. Franken, D. Solognier, H. Hernandez,





M. Henrique
H. Werleman, J.



Stevedores-Wharfingers di 4









Lago su estibadoresnan y_ traha-
dornan ariba waf a sali di 4, cu u
clasificacion di 11.92. Den 1949,
tempo cu e grupo a sali di promer

nan clasificacion t ta 11.88. E







average pa companianan den es di-
vision tabata 99. E promer lu-
gar compania tabatin un record di

cero.





Competicion duro pa Shipyard

Lago su Shipyard tabatin un bon
clasificacion, 4 Pero e tabata
contra un competicion duro. Cuatro



compania adilanti cu tabatin record
perfecto di ¢ compania di cin-
tabatin clasificacion di 1
Den 1949 Shipyard a gar
mer puesto cu clasificacion di



ro; e



co



pro-



cero.







E clasificacion di 1950 tabata adilan-
ti di e average di e grupo, cual ta-
bata 15.47.

Laga Nos Haci Mehor den 1951

E concursonan 1951 di National
Safety Council ta drentando awor
den di cuatro luna. Competiendo ma-
nera promer, ta plantanan industrial-
den Estados Unidos mescos cu al-
gun di lugar estranhero. Records ta
mustra cu competicion ta birando
duro - records cual nos tabatin ana
pasa tabata un tempoe bon pa pone





nos den promer lugar. Pero ya pa
es tempo aki nan no ta bon mas.
Nos safety record ta un bon, un

cual tur empleado por sinti nan or-
gulloso. Pero e por ser mehor. Ban
mira pa e bira mehor den ana 1951!





and M. Gonsalves. Back row, C. Lynch, R. Hodge, C.
van Wilgen, T.

Daal,

Maduro, and L. Tromp.







March 30, 1951

Three Shifted
In Ind. Rel.





‘id ;
J. R. Reimel
(above left)

G. D. Begin
(above right)

H. A. Bissell
(right)



Three personnel shifts were made
this month in the Industrial Relations
Department. J. R. Reimel was placed
on vecial assignment in the Wage
& Salary vivision; G. D. Begin as-
sumed Mr. Reimel’s former position
assistant division head, Office Ad-










ministration Division; and H. A.
Bissell was assigned to Mr. Begin’s
former nosition as up head, Plans
and Records (Foreign Staff) in the



Office Administration Division.
Mr. Reimel’s Lago service began in
August 1937, with time out for mili-








tary service from Janu to
Januarv 1946. He held s ign-
ments in Industrial ations until



gnment as a ant division
)ffice Administration.

Mr. Begin’s Company service dates
back to October 1930, when he joined
the Accounting Department. Two
years later he moved to Industrial Re-
lations; last year he named
group head, Plans and Records (FS).

Mr. Bissell came to Aruba in April
1949 a personnel assistant in IR.
Until his new assignment, he was in

was



the Transportation Group of Indu-
strial nelations.

Clive R. McDonald

left) was this

1onth appointed

o the Coin Your

-deas Committee

s an M&C repre-
entative. He join-



‘d the Company
n January 1943
is a welder B in
Ietal Trades. Af-



er successive pro-

1otions, he was
! aade a welder
foreman in 1950.



si



Newly-elected officers of the French Windward Island Welfare As-
sociation are seen above. Elected March 11, they will serve for a year.

Sitting from the

SPAC Elects Three
Officers for 1951

Members of the Special Problems
Advisory Committee met in their an-
nual turn-over meeting March 21 to
elect officers for the year.

Juste De Vries, Catalytic & Light
Ends, was elec chairman. Matthew
Inniss, Colony Service, received elec-
tion as vice-chairman, and Norbert
Baptiste, TSD Process, as secretary.











left are C. Peterson, secretary; P. Lawrence, Process
Dept., president; C. Th. Emanuel,
Garage, vice-president. In back, M.



Bailey, treasurer; W. Bailey, Proce
legal adviser; C. Germain, Me
Trades, assistant treasurer; H. Me-
done, Instrument, club manag and
L. Javis, Process, assistant club ma-
ub president was










Previous (





nage
V. Emanuel, Powerhouse, who
served from May 1947 until last
March 11, having been re-elected

twice.

hn Lom







March 30, 1951



FIs. 450.00

J. Freundel
Change scooter
30 days.

service schedule to

Fls.

Ashby DaC.

400.00

Atherley





Discontinue issue of Dixie cups.
Fis. 75.00

J. J. R. Beaujon

Planning sheets - new method -

M. & C.

B. Schelfhorst

Provide illumination for walkway

and stairway leading from bungalowé|
no. 271 to lower tennis courts.

Fis. 50.00

A. Geerman

Credit (3-day pay-va
card employees wages
account, ete.

F. Newgreen

Identify return dates - patients fol-
der - Plant Dispensary.

D. K. Stuart

Construct pillar - West
*k - High School.



ation) time
to personal



end of






Install angle iron ring around inside
of all brick lined stacks.

Fls. 35.00

F. J. Breusers

Relocate hot strip crude and recycle
pumps discharge pressure.

James Hassell

Install two showers - Acid Separa-
tors - A. & E.



Fis. 200

Fis. 150

Donald John

ill emergency shower - acid



Ce .
Marino Kemp

Install swing chain block - Electric
Shop - Dry Dock.

Marino Kemp

Provide thrift plan clerk at gate with
P. R. Nos. of employees not entitled
to apply for loans.

J. E. Knight

Proposed tool re-fitting piston in
cylinder - national transit pumps of
tankers.

C. T. O. Nicholas

ill platform on top of each of 3



J. A. Osborn

Install additional floodlights -
Dock and Butterworth Docks.
S. E. Reed
Install handles
containers.
Simon A. Wever

Dry



on transformer oil



Relocate splitter feed bottoms &
stabiliz bottoms transmitter
H. O. & S. Plant.

Fls. 30.00

S. Brathwaite

Second drawer of all steno desks to
be fitted similar to first drawer.
Ainslie W. Coopen

Indentify Marine Post Office.

H. Erasmus

Gland oil recovery from no.
to drain in recovery drum.
J. Faucett

Attach tray to bowling score tables.
W. H. Lesher

ivers to be given periodic routine

‘, Newgreen

Keep record of articles
Plant Dispensary.

S. Peters

Supply whellbarrows R. & S. Whar-
ves.






LEsG:O;



loaned by

Fis. 150




ARUBA ESSO NEWS

x

| A. Ras

Erect building for storage of athletic
equipment.

Fis. 25.00

P. Berkley

Place se y railing
side of Marine Office.
E. E. Blankenship
Install safety gage around ladder at
No. 1 Finger Pier.
J. E. Daniel

Place telephone
Dispatchers Office
Telephone Directory.
W. K. Donahue
Supply trucks
and sand with canvas cov
L. H. Dryer



southwestern



No. at
under

Launch
docks -

hauling dry caliche

rs.



Drill hole in individual breakers
(power panels) to attach tags -
Machine Shop.
E. H. del Isle
Install 2” valve in main air line



nearest separator boxes - L. O. F.
P. Kock

Construct phone booth (horn) ete.
G. A. R. no. 2 Control room.

James Millar

» and install safety guard -
S Ma Ly.
Sylvio Muller
Install railing
sweeper.

P. Nunes
Sxcavate trench around Tar & Gas
oil pumps foundation.

I. Ogilvie

Install 2.5 gallon foam extinguisher
on truck B-73.

F. Parris

Quarterly review reports ete. from
Medical Dept. - original & one ditto
master.

W. J. Rafloski

Use four wheel dollies to speed up
movement of machinery from old to
new location - Machine Shop.



at rear of road





Fis. 130 Fis. 100

Fl



receives from Mechanical Superintendent
scooter service

idea about changing the

scooters on the 4—12 shift... and a

450 — that’s the value of the CYI check that J. Freundel






(right)
F. W. Switzer. Mr. Freundel’s
schedule resulted in servicing
significant saving to the Company.

Fls. 450 is a lot of money, but Coin Your Ideas has a lot more than that —
and CYI is ready to pay it out to you for your good ideas.

J. Thomas

140 Steam pressure controller line
remove test connection with gauge
& install on line to gauge - Ed. Plant.
Stefan Tromp

Turn stuffing box housing 90° on
jnormal naphta pump no. 1692 - no.
5-8 C.U.

H. G. Violenus

Relocate block valve on 2” boiler
water meter- no. 1 Gas Dock.

P. J. Zagers

Relocate crude water washing system ,
drain - No. 9 V.B.

Fls. 20.00

V. Belfon

Illuminate Main Gate pay booth
windows.

H. Besselink



Install fire extinguishers - Gaugers
shack and Spheroid Field.

A. Booi

One lock for every 2 drawers - shops
- Training Division.

S. Brathwaite





Forms for census, Immigration &
Dependency records report.

J. Brooks

Relocate 8” discharge valve - S/S
Boscan.

L. Charter

Provide masonite awing - western



windows of Esso Heights Dining,
Hall.

F. Chichester

Install extinguisher in room no. 107

- I. R. Dept.

O. C. Dellimore

Erect dressing room or install pegs
on wall - Utility Bldg.-Esso Dining
Hall.

E. Garraway

Hat racks - Apprentice Class rooms.
E. A. Gonsalves

Remove flange and install elbow at
no. 2 tar pump discharge - No. 1
Combination Unit.

R. Khan

Install rail - steps - Lago Heights
Club main entrance.

W. Lesher

Purch ind install electric clock -



Junior Esso Club.

F!s. 100

Fls. 100

T. J. McAuliffe
Revision of procedure -
512 & 513.

Jean M. Methven

Lago Thrift Foundation application
forms - eliminate duplicate.
David S. Mitchell
Construct step - Gas Oil
Pumphouse Office.

H. C. Miller

Relocate colony commissary pick-up
& delivery order box.

Vy. T. Morgan

Install trap on water fountain line -
south of Main Electric Shop.

F. reen

stall screens and screen
sso Col. Barber Shop.

F. Parris
Reduce No. of copies distributed of
daily passenger report.

H. C. D. Quow

Install 1 - 24% Co2 extinguisher New
Training Building. (Old bunkhouses)
F. de S. Rodrigues

Install fire extinguisher in gaugers’
shacks in Gasoline & Spheroid Field.
W. Samson
Relocate cooling

Vouchers



Transfer




door on



water take-off to

S. S. Pump and tar sample cooler
from chamber water cooler to service
water
Still.

line No. 3 - High Pressure
Paul

s light in front of Charles Mar-
tin Office.

X. Van Buren James
Extend platform to
control valve - No. 8
W. E. Viaun

Provide illumination
burners.

H. F. Walcott

Place safety bulletin board ete. in
Utility Building N.W. of Poly Plant.
E. Wijdh

Print T.L.L.A. and T.C.X L.A. forms
- Fleet Officer Personnel.

G. E. Wong

Rotate Bypass valve
controller to No. 1655.
Keith Worrell

Give salt tablets to men working in
very hot places.



north
H.P.S.

stripper

for cleaning





90° - Steam



Fis. 100



L. Lo Fo Wong P. Laurence
Cat. & LE. LOF

Use personal cups in
all control rooms. (to tower) as
feed is cut
downs.

Steam out condensers



H. J. Mills M. Gumbs C. Richardson

Cat. & LE. Shipyard TSD Lab

Purchase or fabricate Fabricate longer and Rearrangement
soon as_ locally deep well thicker lock nut - orsat apparatus.
- shut pump cylinders of circulating pump im-

1% O.D. and pistons
to fit.

peller shaft, ete.

J. Warner cy:
Garage LP
New design - Cush- S
man 3-wheeled scoot- de
ers’ fenders.



of



Arends
nt Laundry (

B. Luidens
thange in
examination
go handlers.

routine
of food



commissary
to



Heights bungalows.





The Ice Cream Dish That Wouldn

Part 2

(Remember? — in the first part we
left our 10 young heroes scrambling off
across the mountains of the Moon looking
for the ice cream dish that won’t empty.)

"Phooey”, said Willem, “always
wanted to be a Gilligazam anyway.
Might be fun”.

Before any more trouble could
start Yolanda reached up and pushed
the starting button, and the engineer
said, "Oh, me, here we go again”,
and off they went with the million
guilder bill still fluttering on the
flagpole.

They had sailed along about two
hours when they began to see a gol-
den glow far away. As their fluffy
white cloud came closer and closer
to it, it shimmered and shone more



Pretty soon they came to the
craziest house. Every bit of it w:
made of Swiss cheese. The little holes
in the cheese were the windows, and
the biggest hole was the door. The
roof wasn’t so good, of course, all
full of holes, but then it never rains
on the Moon (except every other
Friday) so that wasn’t so bad.









Over the door was a big sign (it beautifully. Finally they could see
was made of Edam cheese so there| that it was a beautiful fairy all
wouldn’t be any holes to get in the dressed in gold with diamonds in her



hair. It was the Good Fa



way of the letters). The sign read: ee



DEEP-THROATED GARUMPH enough. The engineer stopped the

Free Advice. Double after 1 p.m. white cloud in front of her and

n’t quite 1 o’clock so Willem Willem said, "please Good Fairy can

and Yolanda went in. They said: you help us?”, and she said, "of
"Please Mr. Deep-Throated Ga- | Course I can”.

rumph, can you tell us where we Go to the bottom of the sea and



find the Glib-Glub; he will show you
the way. I will tell him you are com-
ing”. She touched the white cloud
ed his throat and said: with her shining magic wand, so it

*Garumph. Suppose you go and ask | Could go under the sea, and then she
a Gilligazoo”. smiled a golden smile at each of the

But where will we find Gilli. Children in turn, and disappeared.
gazoo?” said Yolanda. Away the cloud flew, and pretty

"That's easy”, said the Garumph, S°0” it dipped down under the waves,
just look where the Gilligazoos live. and down down it went to the bottom
You can’t miss it”. r of the sea. All the Jello got washed

Well now they were really in the ff and Billy caught two sword fish
soup. They didn’t have the least idea 2"4 broke off their swords — they'd
which way to go to find a Gilligazoo, | be mighty handy if they met any
so they spun Jacque around three octopusses. It was very dark at the
times and then went the way his bottom of the sea and everybody was
nose pointed. . a little frightened at first.

So they walked and they walked ,,,,Hey, remember!” Gary shouted.
and they walked. They were getting "The Good Fairy sent us here and
pretty hungry by this time because she wouldn’t send us into trouble. So
all the Jello was gone except for a|there’s| nothing to be frightened
little on Carmen’s chin. What they about.
didn’t know, of course, is that the They passed a big old Spanish
Moon is made of cheese and they Ship that had been sunk 400 years



can find the ice cream dish that won’t
empty ?”
The Deep-Throated Garumph clear-



a



could have broken off a hunk any- | 289, and great piles of gold “were
where and eaten it. spilling out of a hole in its side.
Pretty soon they climbed down And by the shiny light of the gold

they could see millions of little green

into a deep valley and all of a sudden
and yellow and pink fish swimming

they were in the middle of a bunch






of Gilligazoos. The little ones, for in and out the windows of the old
some reason that nobody knows, were wrecked ship. 5
called Gilligazams. The Gilligazoos Let's stop and sail the ship

home!” Willem and Gary shouted.

"Oh, no”, Yolanda said, "we're so
close now to the end of our journey
that we must hurry on”.

A big sea serpent came by and
tried to snatch the million guilder
bill from the front of the cloud, but
Cristina and Billy scared it away with
the swords.

Finally (hold your breath now) far
ahead they could see a dark and
mysterious castle. And if you want



and Gilligazams all crowded around
our little heroes and peppered them
with questions:

"What are you doing so far from
Nassaustraat?” and ”What’s that
funny thing on the front of Mike’s
face?” (It was his nose, the dum-
mies). As soon as Yolanda could get
in a word edgewise she said:

"Please can you tell us where to
find the ice cream dish that won't
empty?”








"Oh no”, answered the Zoos and to find out what strange things
the Zams; "all we know about is happened to them in the mysterious
eating ese”. And do you know, Castle, read the last chapter of the

that’s just what was happening — story, in the next Esso News.

every one of them was eating che



so fast that it’s a wonder there is
any Moon left. Parti
» D 2 arti 2
Our kids were terribly disappointed
that the Zoos and Zams couldn’t help (Bo ta corda? — den e promer parti

them; after they
little cheese they said goodbye and
went back and climbed onto the
fluffy white cloud. They were pretty
discouraged but they were going to
keep on trying, because that’s what
Mommies and Daddies are always |
telling them to do.

So Yolanda blew all the noses
again, and then she noticed a big
lump in Willem’s pocket, and she
took away from him a great big hunk
of Moon cheese and threw it back on
the Moon.

”’Don’t you know if you had stolen
that, we’d all be turned into Gilliga-
zams”? she scolded.

had all eaten a nos a laga e diez heroénan chiquito ta
pasando door di e cerronan di Luna bus-
cando e cartuchi di ice cream cu no sa

bira bashi.)



| Di pronto nan a yega na e cas di
mas strafio cu por tin. Cada pida di
djé tabata traha di queshi di Suiza.
E buraconan chikito den e queshi ta-
bata bentana, y e buraco mas grandi
tabata e porta. E dak no tabata asi-
na bon, claramente, tur yen di bu-
raco, pero nunca tabata yobe ariba
e Luna (solamente cada pasa Dia-
viernes) asina ta cu esey no ta asi-
na malo.

Ariba e porta tabatin un borehi
.(traha di queshi duro, asina ta cu



| keda

|inginiero a bisa Oh, ata

ARUBA

ESSO NEWS

't Empty

lo no tin mucho buraco door di e let-
ternan). Ariba e borchi ta scirbi:

GARUMPH GARGANTA-HUNDU

Conseho Gratis. Dobel despues

di 1 p.m.

No tabatin net L’or, pero Willem y
Yolanda a decidi di bai padén.

Nan d Pa favor Sr. Garumph
Garganta-Hundu, bo’n por bisa nos
unda nos por haya e cartuchi di ice
cream cu no sa bira bashi?”

E Garumph Garganta-Hundu a ra-
pa su garganta y a bisa:

"Garumph. Laga nos pone pa bo-
so bai y punt un Gilligazoo”.

"Pero na unda nos por haya un
Gilligazoo?” Yolanda a puntra.

"Esey ta simpel”, e Garumph a
contesta, ""Nomas boso tin cu busca









caminda e Gilligazoonan ta biba. Bo-
so no por her’é!”

Wel awor si nos ta bon! Nan no
tin e minimo idea cual caminda pa
tuma pa haya un Gilligazoo, asina
ta cu nan a draai Jacque tres biaha





rond y despue gui e direecion un-
da cu su nanishi ta mustra.

r asina nan a camna y camna y
cam Nan a cuminza sinti basta
hamber y pa es tempo ey tur e Jello
a caba cu e excepcion di e tiki cu a
bao di Carmen su cachete. Y
claramente locual nan no tabata sa-
bi, ta cue Luna tabata traha di
queshi, y nan por a kita un bon pi-
da afor pa come.

No a dura mucho cu nan a subi
y baha den un yalei hundu y di ri-
piente nan tabata mei-mei di un mon-
tén di Gilligazoo. Esnan mas _ chi-
quito, pa un motivo o otro cu nin-
gun hende sabi, ta worde yama Gil-
ligazam. E Gilligazoo y Gilligazam-
nan tur a rondona e heroénan chiqui-
to y basha nan cu pregunta:

"Kiko boso ta haci asina leeuw for
di Nassaustraat?” y "Kiko e cos
strano dilanti di Mike su cara ey ta?”
(E tabata su nanishi, bobonan). Asi-
na cu Yolanda a haya un chens pa
dos placa di palabra e di:

’Pa favor, boso no por bisami un-
da mi por haya e eartuchi di ice
cream cu no sa bira bashi?”

"Oh no”, e Zoo y Zamnan a con-
testa; "tur locual nos sabi ta come
queshi”. Y bo sabi, cu esey ta net
locual nan tabata haciendo - cada un
di nan tabata come queshi asina pu-
ra cu ta dura pa yega na comprende
di ki manera Luna ta existf ainda.

Nos muchanan tabata terriblemen-
te desapunta cu e Zoo y Zamnan no
por a yuda nan; despues cu nan tur
a come un pida queshi nan a yama
ayo y a subi back atrobe den e nu-
bia blanco. Nan a perde hopi animo
pero nan a decidi di sigi busca, pa-
sobra esey ta locual Mama y Ta
nan semper ta conseha nan pa haci.

Yolanda a bolbe supla tur e nani-
shinan, y despues el a nota cu Willem


















| tin asina un bulto den su saco y el
}a saca un bon pida djonk di queshi
| for di djé y benté back atrobe na e





| Luna.

"Bo no sabi cu si bo a horta esey,
nos ta transforma y bira Gilliga-
zam?” a puntr’é y rous’é,

"Foei”, Willem a contesta, "toch
semper mi tabatin gana di bira un

Gilligazam. Mester ta pret’.

Promer cu cualkier otro kibramen-
to di cabez bini adén Yolanda a hala
cerca y pusha e botén di start, y e
nos ta bai
atrobe y nan a laga sali cu e papel
di un millioen florin ta bulando mas
adilanti.

Nan tabata navegando pa mas o
menos dos hora, ora cu nan a mira
manera algo di oro ta blink mas
leeuw a

Mientras cu nan nubia_ blanco y
suave ta yegando cerca y mas cerca




Mareh 30, 1951

How | Can Cut Costs
On My Own Job....

There are a lot of we
as an employee, can cut
the most important w.
is by preventing waste -






ys that you,
osts. One of
these days
by using







supplies, materials, and equipment
carefully and as long as possible.
That is one thing that the essays
below all have in common: each
employee whose essay is printed
here said he was going to avoid
waste, to take good care of the




materials and equipment he u
their 1ys, each won Fs. 50 in the
recent Cost Reduction Essay Contest.

Getting the most out of materials
has always been necessary if costs
are to be kept down. Right now, pre-

ss. For






Fabriano S. Kelly
Jr. Inspector A
TSD Lab 1

I will practice safety rules.

I will follow and obey company’s
procedure.

I will not abuse company’s previ-
leges



I will be on the job every day on
time and I will not leave before time.
I will not use dispensary unnecessa-
ry.

I will help employees when they are
embarassing, especially new employ-
ees.

I will protect company’s property
same as I will protect my own.

I will correct any failure before
can cause the company money.

I will detect my ships paper accord-
ingly that no mistake is done in
loading which can cause ships delay.

it



Vincente C. de Cuba
Carpenter B



Carpenter Department

1. Mi por yuda mengua costo na
cierto mane mi ta drenta un in-
stitucion cu compania na forma di

abona, quincenal of mensual.

2. Mi ta cuida mi hermentnan y
materialnan di compania, y tur reg-
lamentoe mi ta di acuerdo pa cumpli



nan, trahando es ocho horanan_ sin
busca nada na mi interés, mi ta
move cu mi trabao y gana mi dia

justamente, ni drumi ni corta tempo.
Mi ta tuma un trabao di cuater
homber mi ta traha e trabao ey cu
dos homber solamente. Trahando un
trabao di 4 pa 5 hora den 3 hora di
tempo, y traha lihér y bon traha. Mi

3



di djé, e ta resplandecé y blink mas
bunita. Finalmente nan por a mira cu
e tabata un bunita hada tur bisti na
oro cu diamanta den su cabei. EK ta-
bata e Bon Hada, un tin duda. E in-
giniero a para e nubia blanco net su
dilanti y Willem a bisa, pa favor

Bon Hada bo por yuda nos, y el a
| contesta sigur cu mi por.

Bai na e profundo di lamar y bus-
ca e Glib-Glub; e lo mustra bo e ca-
minda. Lo mi bis’é cu bo ta binien-
do”. El a toca e nubia blanco cu su
bara magico cu ta blink, pa asina e
por bao di awa, y despues el a
sonrisé cu un sonrisa di oro na cada
mucha om de beurt, y a desaparecé.

E nubia a laga sali, y pronto el
sak abao di e olanan, y abao y abao
el a keda bai te na profundo di e
lamar. Tur e Jello a laba af6ér y Billy
a coge dos balahti y kibra nan pie
- nan por sirbi si nan topa cu cual-
kier secato. Tabata hopi scur den
profundo di lamar y tur hende tabata
un poco spantaé na cuminzada, pero
despues nan a corda cu e Bon Hada a
manda nan ey y asina ta cu nan no
mester tin miedo mas.

Nan a pasa un barco Spandé gran-
di cu a sink 400 ana pa y un can-
tidad di pida oro tabata basha for di
un buraco na banda. Y door di e luz
cu e brillo di oro ta duna, nan por
mira millones di pisea chiquito di tur
color ta drenta y sali door di e ben-
tananan di e barea kibra. Willem cu
Gary quier a stop y hiba e barco,
pero Yolanda a bisa cu no, cu nan ta |
asina cerca di nan viahe y cu nan
mester pura.

Un culebra grandi di lamar a bini
cerca y purba kita e papel di mil-
licen florin for di adilanti di e nu-
bia, pero Christina y Billy a spant’é
cu e pieknan di balaht.






















Finalmente (spera ans aw6r)
hopi adilanti aya nan por a mira un
kasteel misterioso y scur. Y si bo

quier sabi ki cos strano a pasa cu
nan den e kasteel misterioso, lesa e
ultimo capitulo di e s den e
| Esso News cu lo sigi es







a

vention of waste is
important. Prices are going up,
shortages are starting to develop,
and it takes longer to get materials
delivered. Those things make it
nec y that we be awfully careful
about how we use materials and
supplies.

Do you have any good ideas about
how to prevent waste - and how: to
cut costs? If you do, send them in
to Coin Your Ideas. Good ideas are
worth money to you - but they’re not
worth anything if they only remain
ideas in your head. Write down that
good idea you have now, and send
it in to CYT.

becoming more







; tin capacidad pa haci un trabao con-
tinuamente, cuminza y caba y pron-
to un otro mester presenta, trabao
no por caba, mi sa moda pa hayé
asina esun aqui ta cabando mi ta cu-
minza un otro, maske ki duro mi tin
pa trahé, mi no ta cobarde p’é, si mi
no por cu un man mi ta hacié cu dos
man; si mi no ta corta 200 pia di
palo aproximadamente, mi tin cu
hacie, wel mi ta corta 150 sol, mien-
tras no ta necesario pa mi _ midi,
anto mi no ta hacié na duda tampoco.

ina mes un so no ta neé Ario
ta hacié un fracaso.









mi

Oscar V. Antonette
Section Head
Safety Division

As a section head in the Safety
Office I can do the following to help
cut down costs:

Be on the job on time so that the
work of the day will start without
delay. Plan and coordinate the work
carefully aiming at saving time and



promoting efficiency among the
group.

When distributing and assigning
work to the group make sure that

the assignment has been thoroughly
understood before the work is started.
This will save time and material and
will result in good work performance.
Take good care of Office machines
and equipment and see that the
group does likewise. This will prolong








the lives of these equipments and
will cut down repair costs. § that
a regular stock of stationery ma-

terials are kept in the office so that






the work can continue without in-
terruption and to it that stat-
ionery is used sparingly (not waste).



doing away with any piece of



material scarch for other w to
use same. Always let the group
know where I could be contacted

when out of the office. The same is
expected of any member of the group.
The above will prevent interruption
of work.

The Safety Office group being a
small group I strive to get the group
acquainted with all the phas of
work within the office. This will save
time in case of absence of anyone of




the group; it will also prepare the
group for any emergency (sick .




transfer or termination). Have fre-
quent talks with the group and also
my supervisors about ways and
means to save time and cut down
costs. Keep the group "Cost Control
Minded”.

George Pole
Process Helper B
Acid Plant

I help to cut costs by paying great
attention to my job. When handling
glass materials such as hydrometers,
thermometers, graduates ete., when
taking gravities. So that I don’t
break them. I look for leakage on
pumps gland and when I found one
I report it to the assistant operator.
I try to work a fe as possible at











all times so that I can keep away
from the Hospital. I also warn my
fellow work in time of possible

danger. I keep my goggles, gasmask,
and rubber gloves clean and in good
condition at all times. So that they
can last longer. I try to keep in good
health for the good of myself and
the Company. I keep around where I
am working clean. If any oil falls
on the floor, I get a rag and clean
it up right away, so that no one can
step in it and fall and get hurt. I
have a large family, many children,
and I try my best to ke them in
good health, and away from the
hospital, and I will continue to _do
my best on my job by not wasting
things, and to keep materials that I







[have to work with in good condition.



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Twin-engined Catalina from the

U.S. Coast
wallows in rough seas off Turk’s Island as an appendici



Guard base in Puerto Rico
s-stricken seaman

is taken from the Esso Hartford. Eight seaman try to bring the ship’s boat
to the waiting hands of the plane’s crew.

Coast Guard
Flight to Esso

Appendicitis came at the worst

fireman on the Esso Hartford. The

Miami and an equal distance from
18th when his symptoms were first
lin, a visitor to Dr.

Urgent radio calls were
Rico. Although the
airplane rescue ope
ned to get Shelby
Hospital as quickly as possible.

The Es Hartford altered course
and stood ie off Turk’s Island Pas



ion was plan-
to the San Juan













age north of the Dominican Republic
the next morning (losing 9% hours
from its scheduled New York-Aruba
time).

At 8:45 a twin-engined Catalina
flying boat located the ship; when
it finally landed it was tossed like

a champagne cork by the wind-chop-
ped waves. In spite of manuevers by



the Hartford to get close to the
Coast Guard amphibian, the lifeboat
Shelby had to be rowed

a mile before it caught the

drifting plane.

Transferring him from the boat to
the plane was a ticklish job (one
minoy hole punched
in the plane’s fuselage). But fireman
Shelby managed a weak grin as the
Catalina took off to speed him for
hospital care.

Visitors aboard the Hartford play 1y-
an important part in the dr.

Chamberlin administered
ind expert care to the
Adele Gundrey, vis
E. Babeany, Accounting,
graphed the airlift with her
box camera; produced the
picture above.

accident was a





ed
Dr.



n




aman;
tor to
photo-
Brownie
excellent











Most of all, Shelby can thank his
so crewmates and the U Coast
Guard forces for their quick and



daring skill.

First Ball Pitched





Batter up! And Capt. W. E. Thomas
pitches the first ball to officially
open the 1951 Lago Sport Park soft- |
ball league, Standing next to Capt.
Thomas is Oscar Antonette, Sport
Park Recreation committeeman in
charge of the softball tourney. Don)

Bosco, lost the opener to the Braves, |

i—-1.

_ ee 5 -

seas were very

eee rman

‘Mercy
Hartford

possible time to Stephan Shelby,
tanker was a good 500 miles from

Makes |

San Juan on the morning of March

diagnosed by Dr. Donald Chamber-

Crismon of Lago Hospital.
sent to the

U.S. Coast Guard at Puerto

heavy, a hazardous ship-lifeboat-

New Road, Walkway
Change Appearance
Of Lago’s Seaside

The refinery will get a new side
front with the opening of a new road
running behind the Plant Di
and the completion of a
walkway extending along the
area. The new
the sea just





dock
road turns off toward

inside the gate the



by

EIG office, and runs along the shore. |

When the old refinery road is blocked
off next month, refinery traffic will
use this new road instead.

The new walkway along the shore
brings back the tem followed be-
fore harbor reconstruction began. At
that time, seagoing personnel could
go from the docks to San Niec
without entering the main refinery
area. Then additional docks were
built further up along the refinery
shore . The new walkway extends
from these new docks to a point just
















opposite the Plant Laundry. Once
again non-refinery personnel won’t
have to pass in and out of refinery
gates to have access to the dock
area,

In addition to reestablishing the
system that was in effect before
harbor reconstruction began, the new
walkway serves as a plant security
and safety me ire. It keeps unau-



thorized persons out of refinery work
areas.

Within the next few weeks the
Marine Dispensary will be moved to
an addition which has been construc-
ted onto the Plant Dispensz

An underpass is being cons ructed



(turn to page 2, col. 4)
Tripulantenan di
Lake Tanker A
|Gana di Tres Premio
di Lake tanker di





0 Transportation Compania a re
cibi premio di tres questo den e d
vision di tanker di e concurso di Na-
tional Safety Council. E hombernan
|di tanker di Aruba tabatin un
quencia di accidente di 4.84, en com-
paracion cu un average den e sec-
cion di tanker cu tabatin 7.9:
E concurso a cubri e periodo ‘for di
1 di Januari, 1950 ta na December
31, 1950.
| E Lake Fleet tambe a gana di tres
lugar den e concurso di 1949.
Esun mas adilanti den e tanker
ganadornan di e competicion di 1950
tabata Standard Oil Company di In-
diana na Chieago, cu 1.86; den se-
gundo lugar tabata e General Pe-
troleum Corporation na Los Ange-
| les, cu 3.76.







Bae | Lago all-star basketball

fess





Vol. No. 7

12,

PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANS







Lions Hand Over
Safety Equipment
To 1st School Patrol















| year, yet Lago’s

School safety patrol equipment |
formally handed ov by the
ms Club to the Juliana hool in |
Oranj 1 on March 21. Present on
the occasion were Lt. Gc
Kwar Acting Commissioner
Police de Jager; Chief

30elhouw lio Boom, commis-
sioner for tre safety for VVV;
0} B. Brook, of the LPD; Ju-

teachers; and members
s Lions.

(For story of the school safety
patrol movement in Aruba, see page
2.)

Those present on the occasion in-

Juliana School patrol -
the first to go into operation - and
wens shown how the patrol works.
By observing members of the patrol
at work on street corners and other
locations near the school, the group
how the safety patrol program
1 contribute to safety on Aruba’s
roads and streets.

spected the









Lago cu Premio

di Seguridad



Resultado di e concursonan 1950
di National Safety Council ta mustra
Lago di tres entre e refineriz ;e





Stevedores-Wharfingers
Shipyard di seis.
so Transportation
sali di tres den nan
storia apart).
Aunque cu puestonan 1950 no ta
asina haltoe mane esnan di 1949
- tempo cu Lago a gana e promer
tres puestonan — nan ta safety re
cords excelente. Competicion tabata
scherpi ana _ sinembargo Lago
su recordnan
mehor cu mas tantoe
gruponan cu a competi.
Scirbiendo na e companianan cu a
gana premio, President Ned. H.
Dearborn di National fety Coun-
cil ta bisa, "Nos mas sincero con-
gratulacion na cada un y tur di bo-
so hendenan pa nan fini cooperacion
na seguridad den industria. Nan co-
nocimientonan ta demostra nan de-

(continua na pagina 4)

di cuatr
Tankersnan



di
Company a



division (lesa











di e varios













Photo by

Janchi Tromp

Irene Jacobs presents the Lions Club
cup to Earl Cook, captain of the
team that
March 16, 33-29. Funds
from the game went to the Irene
Jacobs Fund, the Lions drive to
raise money for a U.S. operation for
Irene.

beat Caribe

Irene Jacobs ta presenta e copa di
Lions Club na Earl Cook, capitan
di e seleccion di Lago su basketball
team cual a bati Caribe dia 16 di
Maart, 33-29. Entrada di e wega ta
bai



pa Irene Jacobs Fund, e Leon- |



abata ainda hopi mas |

nan ta hunta placa pa manda Irene |

haci operacion na America. Foto tu-
ma pa Janchi Tromp.

| despues di nacementoe, morto, 0 ca-

PORT CO. LTD.

March 30, 1951

National Safety
Results Announced

Final results of the 1950 National Safety Council centests show Lago

TGs in third place among refineries; the Stevedores-Wharfingers in fourth
of | | place; and the Shipyard in sixth place. Tankers of the Esso Transpor-
Constable | tation Company won third place in their division (see separate story).

Although the 1950 standings were not as high as those of 1949 —
when Lago won three first places — they are excellent safety records.



s keener this
records were still
much better FHA the average of the
groups we competed in.

ing to the companies that won
awards, National Safety Council Pre-
sident Ned H. Dearborn said, "Our

Competition








heartiest congratulations to each and
every one of your people for their
fine contribution to safety in in-
dust Their accomplishments de-
monstrate their determination to
make their plants safer places in

which to work.”
Refinery Ranks 3rd

accident frequency
rate was , compared to an aver-
age of 4.35 for the 18 companies
competing in that group. Our record
last year was 1.64. First place winner

The refiner









in the refinery section was the
Humble Oil and Refining Company,
Houston, Texas, with a rate of 1.48;



in second place was Standard Oil of
Indiana at Chicago, 1.77.



Other ratings in the refinery di-
vision: Magnolia Petroleum Compa-
ny, Dallas, Texas, 2.03; Socony



cuum Oil Company, New York, 2.
Shell Oil Company, New York, 2





Continental Oil Company, Ponca
Cc: Oklahoma, 2.39; Cit Service,
Lake Charles, Louisiana, 2.54; At-



lantic Refining, Philadelphia,










Phillips Oil Company, Bartlesville,
Oklahoma, 3.49; Esso Standard’s
Baton Rouge Refinery, Louisiana,

andard Oil Company of Ohio,
Cleveland, 4.60; Sinclair Refining,
New York, 5.33; Trinidad Leaseholds,
Trinidad, 7.55; Tide Water Associated



Oil Company, New York, 8.01; Mid-
Continent Petroleum, Tulsa, Oklaho-
ma, 8.11; Pan American Petroleum-
Transport Company, New York, 8.18;
Texas Company, Delaware, 10.95.
Stevedores-Wharfingers Win 4th





Lago’s Stevedores and Wharfingers
ended up in fourth place, with a rat-
In 1949, when the group
their
for



ing of 11
won first place
11.88. The ave
this division

phead of Lago in



rating was
companies in




Be






tevedoring were





the > Dock Company, Erie, Penn-
ea with a perfect record of
zero; Ashtabula & Buffalo Dock



Company tabula, Ohio, with 4.
and the P & E Coal Dock Company,
Erie, with 9.42.



Tough Competition for Shipyard

urd had a good rating,

Lago’s Ship.
up against tough

4.52. But it wa





(turn to page 2, col. 3)

Duna Nacementoe, Morto,
Y Casamentoe op naPorta

casamentoe
Smployment

Nacementoe, morto, y
r confirma na_ f
na Main Gate mescos cu na
Indust Relations Department. Pa
recorda empleadonan tocante esaki,
un borchi a worde poni recientemente
na Employment Annex bisando nan
cu nan por confirma e sucesonan ey.

Horanan di oficina na Employment
Annex ta di 6’or pa 9 ’or di mainta,
12 ’or pa 1 3 ’or pa












‘or di merdia, y 3
5 ’or di atardi tur dia cu excepcién
di Diasabra cu Diadomingo.

Pa hanja pago pa bo tempo off pa





registra nacementoe, morto, y casa-
mentc bo mester presenta cu un
certificado di Gobierno confirmando

e sucesonan aki na Industri Bu Rel
ions Department. E
mester ta presenta dentro di 15 dia



| Samentoe,

past |

| area di fefine

Lake Tankermen

Cut 1949 Record;
Win Third Place

Lake tankermen of the Esso
Transportation Company received
the third-place award in the tanker
division of the 1950 National Safety
Council contest. The Aruba tanker-
men had an accident frequency rate
of 4.84, compared to an average in
the nker section of 7.9

The contest covered
from January 1, 1950
31, 1950.

The Lake Fleet also won third
place in the 1949 tanker contest.

Heading the tanker winners in the
1950 competition was the Standard
Oil Company of Indiana at Chicago,
with 1.86; in second place was the
General Petroleum Corporation at
Los Angeles, with 3.76.

Calla Nobo, Acera
A Cambia Apariencia
di Lago su Cant’i-awa



the period
to December



Refineria lo haya un cant’i-awa
nobo cu vista di frente cu e habrimen-
toe di e calla nobo cu ta pasa patras
di Plant Dispensary y e terminacion
di un acera pa marineros poni banda
di area di waf. E calla nobo ta bira
pa lamar net padén di e porta banda
di oficina di biG, y ta keda corre na
cant’i-awa. Ora cu e calla bieuw di
refineria ta cera otro luna, trafico di
refineria lo usa e calla nobo aki.

E acera nobo cant’i-awa lo trece
back e sistema usa promér cu recon-
struccion di haaf a cuminza. Na es
tempoe ey, tripulantenan por bai for
di waf pa San Nicolas sin tin mester
di drenta e area di refineria. Despues
mas waf a worde traha mas pariba,
cant’i-awa di refineria. E acera nobo
ta di e wafnan nobo te na un punta
na otro banda di Plant Laundry. Un
biaha mas, tripulantenan no tin
mester di pasa padén of pafér di por-
tanan di refineria manera nan tabata









haci — no mas cu Porta Mayor
(Main Gate) — pa yega o bai for di
nan bareo.

Acerca pa _reestablecé e sistema

{cual tabata efecto promer cu recon-

struccion di haaf a cuminza, e acera
nobo ta sirbi como un seguridad y
medida safe pa planta. E ta tene per-
sonanan cu no ta autoriza pafér di







Denter di e simannan entrante e
Marine Di ry lo worde mové
na un par cual a worde con-
struj na Plant Disper



“traha for di

na pagina 4)

Un worde

tunnel a

(continua

Schedule of Paydays



mi-Monthly Payroll
31 Monday, April 9
Monday, April 23

March i
April 1-15

Monthly
March 1-31

epee



Payroll
Tuesday, April 10






we



Aruba Ess NEWS

PUBLISHED EVERY SECOND FRIDAY AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS
WEST INDIES, BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.
Printed by the Curagaosche Courant, Curacao, N.W.I.





Protect Lives by Driving Safely

“GUARDED or
UNGUARDED.




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ONBE WAAKT

WEEST VOORZICHTIG
44; KRUISPUNTENS

CU WARDA
of SIN

FPAGA TINU ORA
BOTA CRUZAS







VERENIGING

VOOR

VEILIG VERKEER



The Association for Traffic Safety is working hard to make Aruba’s roads
safer. Are you doing your part to help the safe driving campaign?
Bo ta co-operando cu Vereniging Voor Veiligverkeer pa haci camindanan
di Aruba mas veilig?



The safety patrol at the Juliana School. At left, Julio Boom; at the right,
Sergeant Boelhouwer. Girls in the group are Juliette van den Berg, Aqui- |
line Vrolyk, Frieda Oduber, Mirian Senior, Ruby Wever, Marlene Wester- |
burger, Karen Breusers, Tineke Breusers, Atala Senior, Marjorie Henri- |
ques, Mitsie Syed. Boys are Arend Westering, Robbert Fischel, Sep)

Macherowski, Ramon Nunes, Hetchel Crusetski. |

Miembronan di e Safety Patrol na Juliana School ta ariba es foto aki.



Atala Senior holds up sign to stop traffic, while Hetchel Crusetski holds
children back until it safe to cross the street. The two received special
training in safety patrol work at the Juliana School.

Atala Senior ta teniendo seal pa stop trafico, mientras Hetchel Crusetski
ta teniendo e muchanan atras te ora cu cruzamento di caminda ta segur.




It was just a year ago that Julio Boom, Light Oils Finishing, and
Chief Gilbert Brook of the LPD spoke to Aruba’s Lions Club about
the formation of school safety patrols as a part of making Aruba’s
roads safer. Today, the first safety patrol — at the Juliana School —
is in operation. Students at other island schools are being trained to
take part in patrols at their schools.

The program is being run by the Vereniging Voor Veiligreckeer,
er Association for Traffic Safety, Equipment - belts, signs, badges,
and flags — was bought by the Lions Club. Booklets on safety were
passed out to school children, and the island teachers cooperated in
the promotion of traffic safety. Sgt. Boelhouwer, of the Police, gave
invaluable assistance in helping to train the students. And the safety
program in general has been helped by E. De Veer showing safety
slides in Aruba’s theaters. Numerous safety posters have been put
up around the island.

The cooperation of these many people is making Aruba’s roads
safer for you and your children.

(a rating of

| before they

jruns for

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



Safety Awards

(continued from page 1)
competition. Four companies
of it each had perfect
zero; the fifth place

ahead
records of
company had






In 1949 the Shipyard won first
place with a rating of zero. The
1950 rating was ahead of the group
average, which was 15.47.

The four first-place companies in
1950 were Erie Railroad Company,
Jersey City; U Steel
Marine Ways, Clairton, Pennsylva-
nia; Dravo Corporation, Wilmington,
Delawa and Ashland Oil and Re-
fining Company River Repair Ter-
minal,

Let’s Do Better in 51

1951 National Safety Council
are now entering their
fourth month. Competing, as in the
past, are leading industrial plants
in the United States as well as sever-
al from foreign countries. Records
show that the competition is getting
tougher - records which we made last
year w once good enough to put
us in first place. But they not
good enough now.

Our safety record is a
one of which all employe
proud. But it can be bette
that it becomes better in









The

contests









are

good one,
s can feel
Let’s see
1951!




Gov. Peters Named
To Neth. Cabinet

Gov. L. A. H. Peters, governor of
the Netherlands West Indies, recent-
ly accepted a new post in the Nether-
lands Cabinet as Minister of Union
Affairs and Overseas Territories. He
was expected to leave for the
Netherlands late this month.

Reporting Goy. Peters’ new as-
signment, the Curacao newspaper
Beurs & Nieuwsberichten said, "this
is the first time a functionary with
N.W.I. experience has been offered
this portfolio, which would indicate
that the eyes of the Department of
Union Affairs and Overseas Terri-
tories are focussed on the West
Indies more than was the case in
previous days.”

Last Tu evening, March 27,
a public reception was to be held at
the Government Guesthouse in Oran-
jestad, where island residents were
to have the opportunity to bid fare-
well to Gov. Peters and his family
left for Holland.















"Statian” Cricketers Draw

Curagao’s St. Eustatius C.C. were
all out for 43 runs before lunch
against the local St. Eustatius club
on Easter Sunday. The Aruba ”Stat-
ians” opened with Cletus Mathews
and Ivan Howe, who at the end of
the day’s play were unbeaten and
had shattered several records, with
Howe 175 runs not out, and Mathews
136 runs not out.

Aruba closed its innings at 325
no wicket; after Monday
rain they sent Curacao to
scoring 72 for 6.





morning’s
bat,

Aruba from the Air..

Company |

A very important man in the oil industry is the geologist,

stud



March 30, 1951





Esso Across the World....



the man who

s rock formations to see if there might be oil underneath the earth’s

surface. Here a geologist from the Carter Oil Company - a Jersey Standard

affiliate - studies an aerial picture of land in Wyoming.

If the area looks

as though there might be oil there, a long series of complicated tests helps
decide if or where wells should be drilled.

Aki un gidlogo ta studiando wyoming su tera for di un portret tuma for
di laria.

New Road, Walkway

(continued from page 1)






_WANT ADS_

FOR SALE:

from the seaside walkway under the

new road behind the Plant Dispen- g millimeter AC & DC Bell & Howell
sary to the Dispensary This projector, current ranging from 110
will provide convenient access to the yolts to 450. F 1.6 lens, 400 watts.
Dispensary for seagoing personnel. Priced for quick sale. Contact Jan
The Dispense will be fenced; N, Arends, Sabaneta No. 297.

off, and refinery emplovees going



there will enter through a gate. An
LPD patrolman will be stationed at
the gate.

Thes projects the seaside
walkway and the fence around the
Plant Dispensary — have been coor-
dinated with other plant security
measures.



Triumph motorcycle in excellent con-
dition. F. U. LaPorte,
‘BQ 13, room 11.

House and owned land, Verl. Nassau-
straat No. 113, Oranjestad. Excellent

Lago Heights

corner for business. Apply there,
Henflih. I. Fradl.

General Electric roaster, used 8

months, Fls. 60; two-burner hot

plate, Fls. 10. H. C. Reedman, Lago
Colony Bung. 216.

FOUND: Almost new brown felt hat.



Owner can claim at LPD office.

Piedra Plat






March 30, 1951 ARUBA ESSO NEWS
arch 30, 198





rie a » Storehouse give a

See ie to roneho rovtesd Th» large crowd that saw the Lago-Caribe basketball
(center), who was married to Eau- £@me - and aided the Irene Fund - saw an exciting
deline Mark on March 17 at St. The- £a@me and lots of action. Jim Downey and Leo Kuiperi

Church. The entation is go up for the ball. Referee is Ed Babcany.
being made by R. affett. The Jim Downey y Leo Kuiperi ta haciendo esfuerzo pa e
group’s gift to M ‘rafton was a bala. Referee tabata Ed. Babeany. Fotégrafo tabata
check, Janchi Tromp.













A large crowd gathered Februa for the opening of the Excelsior Com-
munity Brass Band Clubhouse in San Nicolas. Seen above are, from the left,
Dr. Robert Turfboer, Marine Dispensary; Ameri Vice-Consul H. Reid
Bird and Mrs. Bird; Lt. Goy. and Mrs. L. C. K z; Miss Irene S
Executive Office; and A. rratt, American vice-consul. The Excel:
Band was founded 14 years ago by its present leader, S. H. Muller.







Ovid Juddan (right) receives wedding gifts from friends at the Hospital.
Allan Wilkes makes the presentation. Mr. Juddan planned to be married

March 28 to Victoria Chiquez at St. Theresa’s Church in San Nicolas.
Na inauguracion di Clubhuis di Excelsior Community Brass Band dia 24 di

Februari na San Nicolas un multitud di hende a asisti.



Regalo di matrimonio na Ovid Juddan for di amigonan na Hospital.



Dewey E. Johnson, :
ion superintendent
month received his 30-year Company w
service button from Lago President
J. J. Horigan. Mr. Johnson was first
employed by the Standard Oil Com-
pany of NJ. from March 1921, ie
through February 1924. At that time &
he entered the service of the Cia. Lene a, x
Trans. de Petroleo in Mexico, 1 aa And a 7.
maining there until September 1928. aia ee a
rete e ed A CiCaN ess end Another Vocational Tri g School class goes a hundred consecutive

a Sea e ae working days without any type of injury. On March 9, the 2—49 class
1934 was transferred to Creole. He ad a = 2 cs ee Ba

(above) became the third group in the inter-class safety competition to
. came to Lago in October 194 CLs espe sod aatarda Meatiherstotei hae: i ad ghar a
Math hs has been in the Process Dept. since attain a hundred safe days. Meinbers o the class have had no injuries
Neen ans = pent between the period from late last September to the present.







RR















The old Electrical Training Building starts out the gate to the Anglican

Church in San Nicolas, to become a parish social center and me ng place

for British Scouts and Girl Guides. This is one of several buildings that
Lago has given to Church or Scout groups on the island.

E edificio bieuw di Electrical ining a sali for di porta pa e Misa
Anglicano na San Nicolas, pa bira un centro di Scout y parochia social.










A popular visitor to Aruba _ this
month was Father Dolan from Ja-
maica, who conducted a mission at
St. Theresa’s Church. His sermons
there w heard by a great number
of island residents, While _ here,
Father Dolan also toured the refinery.





Graduates of the
hand are
are Edward Gibson, Utilities; Osborne
Suhkdeo, M&C; Allison R. Dennie, Color
ing; Instructor W. A. Keibler; Samuel

of Colony Service.



Training Division’s one-year course in beginning short-
seen above after graduation ceremonies March 9. From the left
C. Dellimore, Colony Service; Harry
ny Service; Ruby Edmead, Account-
T. Hodge and Claudius Noel, both



Josiah Bobb, quartermaster on the lake tanker Mara (third from left), re- Padre Dolan di

ceives a wedding present from friends; the gift, a wine set, is presented by bishita popular es luna aki na Aruba,

Eardly Quashie. Mr. Bobb was married to Sally Marequeze at the Anglican el a haci misa y predica na Misa di
Church on February 14. Santa Teresita.

Jamaica tabata un








ARUBA



SO NEWS

KLM Flies Serum to Save Venezuela's Cattle



KLM joined in the fight against hoof and mouth disease
in Venezuela recently by flying precious vaccine there
four

KLM made
earrying 5%

to save infected cattle.
Holland to Venezuela,

each trip, kept constantly at near-freez

Boxes of serum are loaded on the

flights from
of vaccine
emperature.
lying Dutchman.

fons



aviation was



Safety monitors in the Vocational Training School have made an important

contribution to the School’s improved safety
t, D. Picus, G. Croes, N. Jacobs, A. Cox,

Vrolijk, N.
Vrolijk. Back



class are, kneeling from left to r
L. Wilson; 2nd row, R. Frolijk, J
L. Peterson, J. Dirksz, L.
E. Oduber, E. Coffi, J. Yarzagaray,





record. Monitors in the 1949
Krozendijk, A. de Cuba,
row, S. L. Lejuez, A. Larez,
Warner. Not in the picture is



R.

N. Wester.



The crowd lines up along the edge of DeVuijst Field to watch members

of the Aruba Flying Club put on their thi
ing, and contests were the order of the day as the crowd of

formation f



1 annual air show. Stunting,



spectators watched Club members go through their paces March 18.

CPIM Sportsman Visits

A Lago visitor this month
Daniel H. Baker, popular chai
of the Shell Sports A
Curacao’s C.P.I.M. refiner
ious occasions, Mr
aged the Shell Cr
has competed here ainst Aruba
teams. A proce operator at CPIM,
Mr. Baker toured the Lago refinery
March 12 while here on vacation.





at
On var-
has man-
st Club when it











Planning to enter this year’s
Queen’s Birthday Olympiad at the
Sport Park? Entries must be in by
Tuesday, April 24.

Seguridad

(continua di pagina 1)

terminacion pa haci nan planta lu-
garnan mas segur pa traha.
Refineria di 3
Refineria su frequencia di acci-
dente tabat 93, compara na un





average di 4 pa e 18 companianan
cu a competi den es grupo ey. Nos
record di aha pasa tabata 1.64. G









nador di promer lugar entre e sec-
cion di refineria tabata Humble Oil
nd Refining Company, Houston,
Texas, cu un ¢ ym di 1.48;
den di dos lugar ti: a Standard
Oil di Indiana na Chicago, 1.77.

and veterinary resea

Holland has long had a reputation for cattle-breeding
h. Cows like the one above save
infected cows. Thin tissue is peeled off cows’ tongues
obtained at the slaughter-house, and used to make the
vaccine. Cooperation between



able to save Venezuela’s cattle.



Netherlands science and



Calla Nobo

(continua di pagina 1)

1 cant’i-awa bao di e calla nobo
ant Disper y pa e area
Tripulantenan cu ta
bai dispensario mester drenta den es

a aki door di e tunnel. E
y lo worde cera den waya, y em-
jonan di refineria cu ta bai ay
er drenta door di un porta. Un
rouille di LPD lo ta staciona na
e porta.

E projectonan aki — e acera pa
tripulantenan y e waya rond di Plant
Dispensz
pasonan recomen
Seguridad di





Dispen-









* coordina cu e
1 door di e Comité
Planta.





Confirm Births, Deaths,
& Marriages at Main Gate

Births, deaths, and marriages may
be confirmed at the Employment
Annex at the Main Gate as well as
at the Industrial Relations Building.
To remind employees of this, a sign
has recently gone up at the Employ-
ment Annex telling them that they
may confirm these events there. ;

Office hours at the Employment
Annex are 6 - to 9 a.m., 12 noon
to 1 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. every













day except turday and Sunday.
_To get pay for time off to register
births, deaths, and marriages, you



must pr nt a Government certifi-
cate confirming these events to the
Industrial Relations Department. This
certificate must be presented within
15 days following the birth, death, or
marriage.

pepe y









By bringing to the attention of other members of their class any safety





hazards, safety monitors play an important part in reducing accidents.
Mo yrs in the 1950 class are, kneeling from left to right, A. Rasmijn,
L. Charles, W. Menfors, S. Bryon, 8S. Gomez, F. van der Linden. Second
row, D. Rasmijn, R. Rasmijn, O. Franken, D. Solognier, H. Hernandez,





M. Henrique
H. Werleman, J.



Stevedores-Wharfingers di 4









Lago su estibadoresnan y_ traha-
dornan ariba waf a sali di 4, cu u
clasificacion di 11.92. Den 1949,
tempo cu e grupo a sali di promer

nan clasificacion t ta 11.88. E







average pa companianan den es di-
vision tabata 99. E promer lu-
gar compania tabatin un record di

cero.





Competicion duro pa Shipyard

Lago su Shipyard tabatin un bon
clasificacion, 4 Pero e tabata
contra un competicion duro. Cuatro



compania adilanti cu tabatin record
perfecto di ¢ compania di cin-
tabatin clasificacion di 1
Den 1949 Shipyard a gar
mer puesto cu clasificacion di



ro; e



co



pro-



cero.







E clasificacion di 1950 tabata adilan-
ti di e average di e grupo, cual ta-
bata 15.47.

Laga Nos Haci Mehor den 1951

E concursonan 1951 di National
Safety Council ta drentando awor
den di cuatro luna. Competiendo ma-
nera promer, ta plantanan industrial-
den Estados Unidos mescos cu al-
gun di lugar estranhero. Records ta
mustra cu competicion ta birando
duro - records cual nos tabatin ana
pasa tabata un tempoe bon pa pone





nos den promer lugar. Pero ya pa
es tempo aki nan no ta bon mas.
Nos safety record ta un bon, un

cual tur empleado por sinti nan or-
gulloso. Pero e por ser mehor. Ban
mira pa e bira mehor den ana 1951!





and M. Gonsalves. Back row, C. Lynch, R. Hodge, C.
van Wilgen, T.

Daal,

Maduro, and L. Tromp.







March 30, 1951

Three Shifted
In Ind. Rel.





‘id ;
J. R. Reimel
(above left)

G. D. Begin
(above right)

H. A. Bissell
(right)



Three personnel shifts were made
this month in the Industrial Relations
Department. J. R. Reimel was placed
on vecial assignment in the Wage
& Salary vivision; G. D. Begin as-
sumed Mr. Reimel’s former position
assistant division head, Office Ad-










ministration Division; and H. A.
Bissell was assigned to Mr. Begin’s
former nosition as up head, Plans
and Records (Foreign Staff) in the



Office Administration Division.
Mr. Reimel’s Lago service began in
August 1937, with time out for mili-








tary service from Janu to
Januarv 1946. He held s ign-
ments in Industrial ations until



gnment as a ant division
)ffice Administration.

Mr. Begin’s Company service dates
back to October 1930, when he joined
the Accounting Department. Two
years later he moved to Industrial Re-
lations; last year he named
group head, Plans and Records (FS).

Mr. Bissell came to Aruba in April
1949 a personnel assistant in IR.
Until his new assignment, he was in

was



the Transportation Group of Indu-
strial nelations.

Clive R. McDonald

left) was this

1onth appointed

o the Coin Your

-deas Committee

s an M&C repre-
entative. He join-



‘d the Company
n January 1943
is a welder B in
Ietal Trades. Af-



er successive pro-

1otions, he was
! aade a welder
foreman in 1950.



si



Newly-elected officers of the French Windward Island Welfare As-
sociation are seen above. Elected March 11, they will serve for a year.

Sitting from the

SPAC Elects Three
Officers for 1951

Members of the Special Problems
Advisory Committee met in their an-
nual turn-over meeting March 21 to
elect officers for the year.

Juste De Vries, Catalytic & Light
Ends, was elec chairman. Matthew
Inniss, Colony Service, received elec-
tion as vice-chairman, and Norbert
Baptiste, TSD Process, as secretary.











left are C. Peterson, secretary; P. Lawrence, Process
Dept., president; C. Th. Emanuel,
Garage, vice-president. In back, M.



Bailey, treasurer; W. Bailey, Proce
legal adviser; C. Germain, Me
Trades, assistant treasurer; H. Me-
done, Instrument, club manag and
L. Javis, Process, assistant club ma-
ub president was










Previous (





nage
V. Emanuel, Powerhouse, who
served from May 1947 until last
March 11, having been re-elected

twice.

hn Lom




March 30, 1951



FIs. 450.00

J. Freundel
Change scooter
30 days.

service schedule to

Fls.

Ashby DaC.

400.00

Atherley





Discontinue issue of Dixie cups.
Fis. 75.00

J. J. R. Beaujon

Planning sheets - new method -

M. & C.

B. Schelfhorst

Provide illumination for walkway

and stairway leading from bungalowé|
no. 271 to lower tennis courts.

Fis. 50.00

A. Geerman

Credit (3-day pay-va
card employees wages
account, ete.

F. Newgreen

Identify return dates - patients fol-
der - Plant Dispensary.

D. K. Stuart

Construct pillar - West
*k - High School.



ation) time
to personal



end of






Install angle iron ring around inside
of all brick lined stacks.

Fls. 35.00

F. J. Breusers

Relocate hot strip crude and recycle
pumps discharge pressure.

James Hassell

Install two showers - Acid Separa-
tors - A. & E.



Fis. 200

Fis. 150

Donald John

ill emergency shower - acid



Ce .
Marino Kemp

Install swing chain block - Electric
Shop - Dry Dock.

Marino Kemp

Provide thrift plan clerk at gate with
P. R. Nos. of employees not entitled
to apply for loans.

J. E. Knight

Proposed tool re-fitting piston in
cylinder - national transit pumps of
tankers.

C. T. O. Nicholas

ill platform on top of each of 3



J. A. Osborn

Install additional floodlights -
Dock and Butterworth Docks.
S. E. Reed
Install handles
containers.
Simon A. Wever

Dry



on transformer oil



Relocate splitter feed bottoms &
stabiliz bottoms transmitter
H. O. & S. Plant.

Fls. 30.00

S. Brathwaite

Second drawer of all steno desks to
be fitted similar to first drawer.
Ainslie W. Coopen

Indentify Marine Post Office.

H. Erasmus

Gland oil recovery from no.
to drain in recovery drum.
J. Faucett

Attach tray to bowling score tables.
W. H. Lesher

ivers to be given periodic routine

‘, Newgreen

Keep record of articles
Plant Dispensary.

S. Peters

Supply whellbarrows R. & S. Whar-
ves.






LEsG:O;



loaned by

Fis. 150




ARUBA ESSO NEWS

x

| A. Ras

Erect building for storage of athletic
equipment.

Fis. 25.00

P. Berkley

Place se y railing
side of Marine Office.
E. E. Blankenship
Install safety gage around ladder at
No. 1 Finger Pier.
J. E. Daniel

Place telephone
Dispatchers Office
Telephone Directory.
W. K. Donahue
Supply trucks
and sand with canvas cov
L. H. Dryer



southwestern



No. at
under

Launch
docks -

hauling dry caliche

rs.



Drill hole in individual breakers
(power panels) to attach tags -
Machine Shop.
E. H. del Isle
Install 2” valve in main air line



nearest separator boxes - L. O. F.
P. Kock

Construct phone booth (horn) ete.
G. A. R. no. 2 Control room.

James Millar

» and install safety guard -
S Ma Ly.
Sylvio Muller
Install railing
sweeper.

P. Nunes
Sxcavate trench around Tar & Gas
oil pumps foundation.

I. Ogilvie

Install 2.5 gallon foam extinguisher
on truck B-73.

F. Parris

Quarterly review reports ete. from
Medical Dept. - original & one ditto
master.

W. J. Rafloski

Use four wheel dollies to speed up
movement of machinery from old to
new location - Machine Shop.



at rear of road





Fis. 130 Fis. 100

Fl



receives from Mechanical Superintendent
scooter service

idea about changing the

scooters on the 4—12 shift... and a

450 — that’s the value of the CYI check that J. Freundel






(right)
F. W. Switzer. Mr. Freundel’s
schedule resulted in servicing
significant saving to the Company.

Fls. 450 is a lot of money, but Coin Your Ideas has a lot more than that —
and CYI is ready to pay it out to you for your good ideas.

J. Thomas

140 Steam pressure controller line
remove test connection with gauge
& install on line to gauge - Ed. Plant.
Stefan Tromp

Turn stuffing box housing 90° on
jnormal naphta pump no. 1692 - no.
5-8 C.U.

H. G. Violenus

Relocate block valve on 2” boiler
water meter- no. 1 Gas Dock.

P. J. Zagers

Relocate crude water washing system ,
drain - No. 9 V.B.

Fls. 20.00

V. Belfon

Illuminate Main Gate pay booth
windows.

H. Besselink



Install fire extinguishers - Gaugers
shack and Spheroid Field.

A. Booi

One lock for every 2 drawers - shops
- Training Division.

S. Brathwaite





Forms for census, Immigration &
Dependency records report.

J. Brooks

Relocate 8” discharge valve - S/S
Boscan.

L. Charter

Provide masonite awing - western



windows of Esso Heights Dining,
Hall.

F. Chichester

Install extinguisher in room no. 107

- I. R. Dept.

O. C. Dellimore

Erect dressing room or install pegs
on wall - Utility Bldg.-Esso Dining
Hall.

E. Garraway

Hat racks - Apprentice Class rooms.
E. A. Gonsalves

Remove flange and install elbow at
no. 2 tar pump discharge - No. 1
Combination Unit.

R. Khan

Install rail - steps - Lago Heights
Club main entrance.

W. Lesher

Purch ind install electric clock -



Junior Esso Club.

F!s. 100

Fls. 100

T. J. McAuliffe
Revision of procedure -
512 & 513.

Jean M. Methven

Lago Thrift Foundation application
forms - eliminate duplicate.
David S. Mitchell
Construct step - Gas Oil
Pumphouse Office.

H. C. Miller

Relocate colony commissary pick-up
& delivery order box.

Vy. T. Morgan

Install trap on water fountain line -
south of Main Electric Shop.

F. reen

stall screens and screen
sso Col. Barber Shop.

F. Parris
Reduce No. of copies distributed of
daily passenger report.

H. C. D. Quow

Install 1 - 24% Co2 extinguisher New
Training Building. (Old bunkhouses)
F. de S. Rodrigues

Install fire extinguisher in gaugers’
shacks in Gasoline & Spheroid Field.
W. Samson
Relocate cooling

Vouchers



Transfer




door on



water take-off to

S. S. Pump and tar sample cooler
from chamber water cooler to service
water
Still.

line No. 3 - High Pressure
Paul

s light in front of Charles Mar-
tin Office.

X. Van Buren James
Extend platform to
control valve - No. 8
W. E. Viaun

Provide illumination
burners.

H. F. Walcott

Place safety bulletin board ete. in
Utility Building N.W. of Poly Plant.
E. Wijdh

Print T.L.L.A. and T.C.X L.A. forms
- Fleet Officer Personnel.

G. E. Wong

Rotate Bypass valve
controller to No. 1655.
Keith Worrell

Give salt tablets to men working in
very hot places.



north
H.P.S.

stripper

for cleaning





90° - Steam



Fis. 100



L. Lo Fo Wong P. Laurence
Cat. & LE. LOF

Use personal cups in
all control rooms. (to tower) as
feed is cut
downs.

Steam out condensers



H. J. Mills M. Gumbs C. Richardson

Cat. & LE. Shipyard TSD Lab

Purchase or fabricate Fabricate longer and Rearrangement
soon as_ locally deep well thicker lock nut - orsat apparatus.
- shut pump cylinders of circulating pump im-

1% O.D. and pistons
to fit.

peller shaft, ete.

J. Warner cy:
Garage LP
New design - Cush- S
man 3-wheeled scoot- de
ers’ fenders.



of



Arends
nt Laundry (

B. Luidens
thange in
examination
go handlers.

routine
of food



commissary
to



Heights bungalows.


The Ice Cream Dish That Wouldn

Part 2

(Remember? — in the first part we
left our 10 young heroes scrambling off
across the mountains of the Moon looking
for the ice cream dish that won’t empty.)

"Phooey”, said Willem, “always
wanted to be a Gilligazam anyway.
Might be fun”.

Before any more trouble could
start Yolanda reached up and pushed
the starting button, and the engineer
said, "Oh, me, here we go again”,
and off they went with the million
guilder bill still fluttering on the
flagpole.

They had sailed along about two
hours when they began to see a gol-
den glow far away. As their fluffy
white cloud came closer and closer
to it, it shimmered and shone more



Pretty soon they came to the
craziest house. Every bit of it w:
made of Swiss cheese. The little holes
in the cheese were the windows, and
the biggest hole was the door. The
roof wasn’t so good, of course, all
full of holes, but then it never rains
on the Moon (except every other
Friday) so that wasn’t so bad.









Over the door was a big sign (it beautifully. Finally they could see
was made of Edam cheese so there| that it was a beautiful fairy all
wouldn’t be any holes to get in the dressed in gold with diamonds in her



hair. It was the Good Fa



way of the letters). The sign read: ee



DEEP-THROATED GARUMPH enough. The engineer stopped the

Free Advice. Double after 1 p.m. white cloud in front of her and

n’t quite 1 o’clock so Willem Willem said, "please Good Fairy can

and Yolanda went in. They said: you help us?”, and she said, "of
"Please Mr. Deep-Throated Ga- | Course I can”.

rumph, can you tell us where we Go to the bottom of the sea and



find the Glib-Glub; he will show you
the way. I will tell him you are com-
ing”. She touched the white cloud
ed his throat and said: with her shining magic wand, so it

*Garumph. Suppose you go and ask | Could go under the sea, and then she
a Gilligazoo”. smiled a golden smile at each of the

But where will we find Gilli. Children in turn, and disappeared.
gazoo?” said Yolanda. Away the cloud flew, and pretty

"That's easy”, said the Garumph, S°0” it dipped down under the waves,
just look where the Gilligazoos live. and down down it went to the bottom
You can’t miss it”. r of the sea. All the Jello got washed

Well now they were really in the ff and Billy caught two sword fish
soup. They didn’t have the least idea 2"4 broke off their swords — they'd
which way to go to find a Gilligazoo, | be mighty handy if they met any
so they spun Jacque around three octopusses. It was very dark at the
times and then went the way his bottom of the sea and everybody was
nose pointed. . a little frightened at first.

So they walked and they walked ,,,,Hey, remember!” Gary shouted.
and they walked. They were getting "The Good Fairy sent us here and
pretty hungry by this time because she wouldn’t send us into trouble. So
all the Jello was gone except for a|there’s| nothing to be frightened
little on Carmen’s chin. What they about.
didn’t know, of course, is that the They passed a big old Spanish
Moon is made of cheese and they Ship that had been sunk 400 years



can find the ice cream dish that won’t
empty ?”
The Deep-Throated Garumph clear-



a



could have broken off a hunk any- | 289, and great piles of gold “were
where and eaten it. spilling out of a hole in its side.
Pretty soon they climbed down And by the shiny light of the gold

they could see millions of little green

into a deep valley and all of a sudden
and yellow and pink fish swimming

they were in the middle of a bunch






of Gilligazoos. The little ones, for in and out the windows of the old
some reason that nobody knows, were wrecked ship. 5
called Gilligazams. The Gilligazoos Let's stop and sail the ship

home!” Willem and Gary shouted.

"Oh, no”, Yolanda said, "we're so
close now to the end of our journey
that we must hurry on”.

A big sea serpent came by and
tried to snatch the million guilder
bill from the front of the cloud, but
Cristina and Billy scared it away with
the swords.

Finally (hold your breath now) far
ahead they could see a dark and
mysterious castle. And if you want



and Gilligazams all crowded around
our little heroes and peppered them
with questions:

"What are you doing so far from
Nassaustraat?” and ”What’s that
funny thing on the front of Mike’s
face?” (It was his nose, the dum-
mies). As soon as Yolanda could get
in a word edgewise she said:

"Please can you tell us where to
find the ice cream dish that won't
empty?”








"Oh no”, answered the Zoos and to find out what strange things
the Zams; "all we know about is happened to them in the mysterious
eating ese”. And do you know, Castle, read the last chapter of the

that’s just what was happening — story, in the next Esso News.

every one of them was eating che



so fast that it’s a wonder there is
any Moon left. Parti
» D 2 arti 2
Our kids were terribly disappointed
that the Zoos and Zams couldn’t help (Bo ta corda? — den e promer parti

them; after they
little cheese they said goodbye and
went back and climbed onto the
fluffy white cloud. They were pretty
discouraged but they were going to
keep on trying, because that’s what
Mommies and Daddies are always |
telling them to do.

So Yolanda blew all the noses
again, and then she noticed a big
lump in Willem’s pocket, and she
took away from him a great big hunk
of Moon cheese and threw it back on
the Moon.

”’Don’t you know if you had stolen
that, we’d all be turned into Gilliga-
zams”? she scolded.

had all eaten a nos a laga e diez heroénan chiquito ta
pasando door di e cerronan di Luna bus-
cando e cartuchi di ice cream cu no sa

bira bashi.)



| Di pronto nan a yega na e cas di
mas strafio cu por tin. Cada pida di
djé tabata traha di queshi di Suiza.
E buraconan chikito den e queshi ta-
bata bentana, y e buraco mas grandi
tabata e porta. E dak no tabata asi-
na bon, claramente, tur yen di bu-
raco, pero nunca tabata yobe ariba
e Luna (solamente cada pasa Dia-
viernes) asina ta cu esey no ta asi-
na malo.

Ariba e porta tabatin un borehi
.(traha di queshi duro, asina ta cu



| keda

|inginiero a bisa Oh, ata

ARUBA

ESSO NEWS

't Empty

lo no tin mucho buraco door di e let-
ternan). Ariba e borchi ta scirbi:

GARUMPH GARGANTA-HUNDU

Conseho Gratis. Dobel despues

di 1 p.m.

No tabatin net L’or, pero Willem y
Yolanda a decidi di bai padén.

Nan d Pa favor Sr. Garumph
Garganta-Hundu, bo’n por bisa nos
unda nos por haya e cartuchi di ice
cream cu no sa bira bashi?”

E Garumph Garganta-Hundu a ra-
pa su garganta y a bisa:

"Garumph. Laga nos pone pa bo-
so bai y punt un Gilligazoo”.

"Pero na unda nos por haya un
Gilligazoo?” Yolanda a puntra.

"Esey ta simpel”, e Garumph a
contesta, ""Nomas boso tin cu busca









caminda e Gilligazoonan ta biba. Bo-
so no por her’é!”

Wel awor si nos ta bon! Nan no
tin e minimo idea cual caminda pa
tuma pa haya un Gilligazoo, asina
ta cu nan a draai Jacque tres biaha





rond y despue gui e direecion un-
da cu su nanishi ta mustra.

r asina nan a camna y camna y
cam Nan a cuminza sinti basta
hamber y pa es tempo ey tur e Jello
a caba cu e excepcion di e tiki cu a
bao di Carmen su cachete. Y
claramente locual nan no tabata sa-
bi, ta cue Luna tabata traha di
queshi, y nan por a kita un bon pi-
da afor pa come.

No a dura mucho cu nan a subi
y baha den un yalei hundu y di ri-
piente nan tabata mei-mei di un mon-
tén di Gilligazoo. Esnan mas _ chi-
quito, pa un motivo o otro cu nin-
gun hende sabi, ta worde yama Gil-
ligazam. E Gilligazoo y Gilligazam-
nan tur a rondona e heroénan chiqui-
to y basha nan cu pregunta:

"Kiko boso ta haci asina leeuw for
di Nassaustraat?” y "Kiko e cos
strano dilanti di Mike su cara ey ta?”
(E tabata su nanishi, bobonan). Asi-
na cu Yolanda a haya un chens pa
dos placa di palabra e di:

’Pa favor, boso no por bisami un-
da mi por haya e eartuchi di ice
cream cu no sa bira bashi?”

"Oh no”, e Zoo y Zamnan a con-
testa; "tur locual nos sabi ta come
queshi”. Y bo sabi, cu esey ta net
locual nan tabata haciendo - cada un
di nan tabata come queshi asina pu-
ra cu ta dura pa yega na comprende
di ki manera Luna ta existf ainda.

Nos muchanan tabata terriblemen-
te desapunta cu e Zoo y Zamnan no
por a yuda nan; despues cu nan tur
a come un pida queshi nan a yama
ayo y a subi back atrobe den e nu-
bia blanco. Nan a perde hopi animo
pero nan a decidi di sigi busca, pa-
sobra esey ta locual Mama y Ta
nan semper ta conseha nan pa haci.

Yolanda a bolbe supla tur e nani-
shinan, y despues el a nota cu Willem


















| tin asina un bulto den su saco y el
}a saca un bon pida djonk di queshi
| for di djé y benté back atrobe na e





| Luna.

"Bo no sabi cu si bo a horta esey,
nos ta transforma y bira Gilliga-
zam?” a puntr’é y rous’é,

"Foei”, Willem a contesta, "toch
semper mi tabatin gana di bira un

Gilligazam. Mester ta pret’.

Promer cu cualkier otro kibramen-
to di cabez bini adén Yolanda a hala
cerca y pusha e botén di start, y e
nos ta bai
atrobe y nan a laga sali cu e papel
di un millioen florin ta bulando mas
adilanti.

Nan tabata navegando pa mas o
menos dos hora, ora cu nan a mira
manera algo di oro ta blink mas
leeuw a

Mientras cu nan nubia_ blanco y
suave ta yegando cerca y mas cerca




Mareh 30, 1951

How | Can Cut Costs
On My Own Job....

There are a lot of we
as an employee, can cut
the most important w.
is by preventing waste -






ys that you,
osts. One of
these days
by using







supplies, materials, and equipment
carefully and as long as possible.
That is one thing that the essays
below all have in common: each
employee whose essay is printed
here said he was going to avoid
waste, to take good care of the




materials and equipment he u
their 1ys, each won Fs. 50 in the
recent Cost Reduction Essay Contest.

Getting the most out of materials
has always been necessary if costs
are to be kept down. Right now, pre-

ss. For






Fabriano S. Kelly
Jr. Inspector A
TSD Lab 1

I will practice safety rules.

I will follow and obey company’s
procedure.

I will not abuse company’s previ-
leges



I will be on the job every day on
time and I will not leave before time.
I will not use dispensary unnecessa-
ry.

I will help employees when they are
embarassing, especially new employ-
ees.

I will protect company’s property
same as I will protect my own.

I will correct any failure before
can cause the company money.

I will detect my ships paper accord-
ingly that no mistake is done in
loading which can cause ships delay.

it



Vincente C. de Cuba
Carpenter B



Carpenter Department

1. Mi por yuda mengua costo na
cierto mane mi ta drenta un in-
stitucion cu compania na forma di

abona, quincenal of mensual.

2. Mi ta cuida mi hermentnan y
materialnan di compania, y tur reg-
lamentoe mi ta di acuerdo pa cumpli



nan, trahando es ocho horanan_ sin
busca nada na mi interés, mi ta
move cu mi trabao y gana mi dia

justamente, ni drumi ni corta tempo.
Mi ta tuma un trabao di cuater
homber mi ta traha e trabao ey cu
dos homber solamente. Trahando un
trabao di 4 pa 5 hora den 3 hora di
tempo, y traha lihér y bon traha. Mi

3



di djé, e ta resplandecé y blink mas
bunita. Finalmente nan por a mira cu
e tabata un bunita hada tur bisti na
oro cu diamanta den su cabei. EK ta-
bata e Bon Hada, un tin duda. E in-
giniero a para e nubia blanco net su
dilanti y Willem a bisa, pa favor

Bon Hada bo por yuda nos, y el a
| contesta sigur cu mi por.

Bai na e profundo di lamar y bus-
ca e Glib-Glub; e lo mustra bo e ca-
minda. Lo mi bis’é cu bo ta binien-
do”. El a toca e nubia blanco cu su
bara magico cu ta blink, pa asina e
por bao di awa, y despues el a
sonrisé cu un sonrisa di oro na cada
mucha om de beurt, y a desaparecé.

E nubia a laga sali, y pronto el
sak abao di e olanan, y abao y abao
el a keda bai te na profundo di e
lamar. Tur e Jello a laba af6ér y Billy
a coge dos balahti y kibra nan pie
- nan por sirbi si nan topa cu cual-
kier secato. Tabata hopi scur den
profundo di lamar y tur hende tabata
un poco spantaé na cuminzada, pero
despues nan a corda cu e Bon Hada a
manda nan ey y asina ta cu nan no
mester tin miedo mas.

Nan a pasa un barco Spandé gran-
di cu a sink 400 ana pa y un can-
tidad di pida oro tabata basha for di
un buraco na banda. Y door di e luz
cu e brillo di oro ta duna, nan por
mira millones di pisea chiquito di tur
color ta drenta y sali door di e ben-
tananan di e barea kibra. Willem cu
Gary quier a stop y hiba e barco,
pero Yolanda a bisa cu no, cu nan ta |
asina cerca di nan viahe y cu nan
mester pura.

Un culebra grandi di lamar a bini
cerca y purba kita e papel di mil-
licen florin for di adilanti di e nu-
bia, pero Christina y Billy a spant’é
cu e pieknan di balaht.






















Finalmente (spera ans aw6r)
hopi adilanti aya nan por a mira un
kasteel misterioso y scur. Y si bo

quier sabi ki cos strano a pasa cu
nan den e kasteel misterioso, lesa e
ultimo capitulo di e s den e
| Esso News cu lo sigi es







a

vention of waste is
important. Prices are going up,
shortages are starting to develop,
and it takes longer to get materials
delivered. Those things make it
nec y that we be awfully careful
about how we use materials and
supplies.

Do you have any good ideas about
how to prevent waste - and how: to
cut costs? If you do, send them in
to Coin Your Ideas. Good ideas are
worth money to you - but they’re not
worth anything if they only remain
ideas in your head. Write down that
good idea you have now, and send
it in to CYT.

becoming more







; tin capacidad pa haci un trabao con-
tinuamente, cuminza y caba y pron-
to un otro mester presenta, trabao
no por caba, mi sa moda pa hayé
asina esun aqui ta cabando mi ta cu-
minza un otro, maske ki duro mi tin
pa trahé, mi no ta cobarde p’é, si mi
no por cu un man mi ta hacié cu dos
man; si mi no ta corta 200 pia di
palo aproximadamente, mi tin cu
hacie, wel mi ta corta 150 sol, mien-
tras no ta necesario pa mi _ midi,
anto mi no ta hacié na duda tampoco.

ina mes un so no ta neé Ario
ta hacié un fracaso.









mi

Oscar V. Antonette
Section Head
Safety Division

As a section head in the Safety
Office I can do the following to help
cut down costs:

Be on the job on time so that the
work of the day will start without
delay. Plan and coordinate the work
carefully aiming at saving time and



promoting efficiency among the
group.

When distributing and assigning
work to the group make sure that

the assignment has been thoroughly
understood before the work is started.
This will save time and material and
will result in good work performance.
Take good care of Office machines
and equipment and see that the
group does likewise. This will prolong








the lives of these equipments and
will cut down repair costs. § that
a regular stock of stationery ma-

terials are kept in the office so that






the work can continue without in-
terruption and to it that stat-
ionery is used sparingly (not waste).



doing away with any piece of



material scarch for other w to
use same. Always let the group
know where I could be contacted

when out of the office. The same is
expected of any member of the group.
The above will prevent interruption
of work.

The Safety Office group being a
small group I strive to get the group
acquainted with all the phas of
work within the office. This will save
time in case of absence of anyone of




the group; it will also prepare the
group for any emergency (sick .




transfer or termination). Have fre-
quent talks with the group and also
my supervisors about ways and
means to save time and cut down
costs. Keep the group "Cost Control
Minded”.

George Pole
Process Helper B
Acid Plant

I help to cut costs by paying great
attention to my job. When handling
glass materials such as hydrometers,
thermometers, graduates ete., when
taking gravities. So that I don’t
break them. I look for leakage on
pumps gland and when I found one
I report it to the assistant operator.
I try to work a fe as possible at











all times so that I can keep away
from the Hospital. I also warn my
fellow work in time of possible

danger. I keep my goggles, gasmask,
and rubber gloves clean and in good
condition at all times. So that they
can last longer. I try to keep in good
health for the good of myself and
the Company. I keep around where I
am working clean. If any oil falls
on the floor, I get a rag and clean
it up right away, so that no one can
step in it and fall and get hurt. I
have a large family, many children,
and I try my best to ke them in
good health, and away from the
hospital, and I will continue to _do
my best on my job by not wasting
things, and to keep materials that I







[have to work with in good condition.