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Aruba Esso news
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VOL. 12 No. 16

PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO. LTD.

August 3, 1951



4 Elected to Esso New Cost of Living Study
Completed Late in July

Technical Consultant Laurence De Trude has completed his cost of
living study at Lago and made his report to Company Management and

Heights Committee

Frederick
Wiltshire



Delbert O. Ifill

Four candidates were elected
serve on the o Heights Advi
Committee in elections held Jul






and 24. Winning candidates
Eleazar A. Bend, M&C Gz 2
Transportation; Joseph Hinkson,



M&C Administration; Delbert O. Ifill,
M&C Electr id Frederick K,
Wiltshire, M&C Yard Department.
Mr. Bend and Mr. Hinkson were
the two candi s receiving the
highest number of votes, so each will











serve term of two years. The other
two members will serve one year
terr Term of office began on
August 1.

Purpose of the isso. Heights



Advisary Committee is to advise and
consult with the Company on resi-
dents’ problems in connection with
operation of the Esso Heights Quart-
ers and Dining Hall.



Sociologo Holandes
Ta Haci Estudio
Na Aruba

Un sociélogo Holandes di Oficine
di Bienestar y Informacion di Antil-
lanan Holandes ta na Aruba pa ci










un estudio di hendenan di Islanan
Barlovento. Esaki ta Dr. G. J.
Kruijer, kende ta studiando manera-



nan y custumbernan social di henc
nan di Saba, St. Eustatius, y
Holandes di St. Martin.

Dr. Kruijer a bishita e tres islanan
eaba. Ora cu el a haya sa cu hopi di
e habitantenan a bai Aruba y Cura-
cao pa traha den refinerianan di pe-
troleo, el a dicidi di inelui nan tambe
den su estudio.

Na Lago, Dr. Kruijer lo tin entre-
vista cu mas 0 menos cien empleado
di Compania cu ta bini for di e tres
islanan. Compania ta assistie dunan-
do nomber di empleadonan di Islanan
Barlovento, y dunando es empleado-
nan tempo liber cu pago pa entre-
vistanan cu Dr. Kruijer. Su estudio
na Aruba, cu a cuminza dia 30 di

e-
parti





E estudio aki ta di tres di un serie
cu Oficina di Bienestar y Informacion
ta haciendo di Islanan Barlovento;
e otro dosnan a worde haci pa dos
diferente economistanan di agricul-
tura.



Schedule of Paydays

Semi-Monthly Payroll
July 16-31 Wednesday, August 8
August 1-15 Thursday, August 23
Monthly Payroll

July 1-31 Thursday, August 9



the Lago Employee Council.

The study indicates — as expected — that changes have occurred in
buying habits of Lago employees since the original cost of living study

80 Mucha Homber
Arubiano Ta Bira
Aprendiz na Lago

Despues di recrutamento na school-
nan, Lago a scoge 80 mucha-homber
pa su School di Entrenamiento Voca-
cional na September. Nan lo cuminza
nan curso di cuater anja cu ta combi-
na trabao na school y experiencia
practica na trabao. Nan estudio lo
inclui cursonan di Ingles, Reekmento,
ciencia Pintamento mecanico, mate-
matica di tayer, y instruccion basico



‘den diferente ofishinan. Na final di
|nan entrenamiento, nan lo haya tra-

|y duna nan entrenamiento avanza

Juli, lo dura mas o menos nuebe dia. | trabaonan

baonan permanente den refineria.
Contando e klas di graduadonan di
e anja aki lo tin un total di mas di
440 mucha-homber cu a gradua di
Lago su Programa di Entrenamiento
for di tempo cu el a cuminza te awor.
Recrutamento e anja aki a_bolbe
tuma lugar riba e base original di
seleccion cu tabata na rigor tempo cu
e programa a worde estableci na
anja 1 E tempo ey, e programa
tabata solamente pa mucha-homber-
nan Arubiano. E cantidad di mucha-
hombernan accepta cada anja tabata
varia, segun e cantidad cu tabata ne-
cesario den refineria. Net promé, du-
rante y despues di Guerra, refineria
su necesidad pa e mucha-hombernan
tabata andi, compara cu e cantidad
di mucha-hombernan Arubiano cu ta-

















bata cualifica pa e pr ma. P’esey
tabata necesario di comp e canti-
cu refineria por a colocdé, cu



cha-hombernan cu no ta Arubiano.
asa riba calculonan di e cantidad
di mucha-hombernan cu a aplica ca-
do, I di
> empleo na nm mucha-
anhero e anja aki tambe.
Pero pa via cu e cantidad di aplican
ter bata asina halto — 282
el pa Lago cubri tur col
rio den refineria cu r
rnan Arubiano mes. Ade-
ha aki enbez di 95 mucha-
lo accepta solamentc


















mas e
homber, Lag
80 e anja aki.



°

IB. reduccion aki ta resultado directo
di Compania su plan pa futuro d
conduci e programa na paso cu Aruba
su School di Ofishi. zo ta spera
cu den futuro lo e por haya emplea-
donan di mes cualificacion for di e
School di Ofishi di Gobierno cu esnan
cu Lago ta hayando for di su Pro-
grama Vocacional.









Ora cu e grupo di 1941 gradua na
anja 1958, Compania ta spera di
completa e cantidad necesario cu gra-
duadonan di e School di Ofishi. E
cantidad di mucha-hombernan cu
Lago lo igui aecepta lo mengua poco-
poco tur anja, te ora cu e School di
Ofishi di Gobierno por yena necesi-
dad den refineria henteramente.

Ora cu esey ta posibel, Lago lo tu-
ma graduadonan di School di Ofishi

especial
Esaki lo caus

den refineria.
un cambio den Com-
pania su programa Vocacional, po-
niendo mas atencion riba entrena-
miento avanza en bez di entrenamien-
to primario manera a tuma lugar te
| awor.



Graduadonan di Lago su Programa
Vocacional, durante anjanan, a tuma
posicionnan di responsabilidad den
refineria y den nan comunidad. Co-
operacion entre programa di Lago y

Aruba su School di Ofishi lo duna
mucha-hombernan Arubiano mihor
oportunidad ainda pa ocupa nan

| puesto den bida social.



was made in 1941. It should prove
of definite value in bringing Lago’s
cost of living index up to date.
Study of results of Mr. DeTrude
survey is not yet completed. Howev
it is expected that Company Ma
gement and the Lago Employe
Council will come to a satisfactory
agreement concerning the application
of the study soon. Discussions to
achieve this end have been going on
this past week.
Purpose of Mr. DeTrude’s study |
was to bring the cost of living index
(Turn to Page 6, Column 1)














Visitors study the paintings of H.R.H. Princess Wilhelmina on exhibit at
th» Sociedad Bolivariana. The Exposition is open until August 4.

Huespednan ta admira cuadronan di S. A. R. Prinses Wilhelmina na exhibi-
cion na Sociedad Bolivariana. E cuadronan lo keda na Aruba te dia 4 di
Augustus, y di aki nan lo bai pa Surinam.

HRH Painting Exposition
Attracts Attention Here

Fifteen paintings of H. R. H. Princess Wilhelmina went on exhibit
two weeks ago at the Sociedad Bolivariana when Acting Lt Governor
F. A. Jas officially opened the exposition to the public. The paintings,
sepia and pen drawings, and sketches were selected for an exposition
in the Neteherlands Antilles and Surinam by H.R.H.

Aruba is Getting a Road Map

By the end of the year, Aruba’s motorists will have a valuable aid

they have long needed: a modern road map of the island. Final work |

on the map is nearing completion here, and it will be printed in New

York. It is expected that the maps will be available for island drivers |

by the latter part of this year. They

will be distributed by E:

| stations here.

Employees Should Cash in
All Commissary Coupons

Employees are again reminded that










they should promptly redeem all
unused Commissary coupons. Consi-
ole time nce self-

arted at the new Lago Com-
ind coupons went out of use.






However, due to vacations, illness, or
other reasons, some employ a
not he seen the notice

months ago that told them to cash

in their unused coupons.

Cash refunds for unused



coupons

will be made at the Cashier’s Office
in the General Office Building, and
the Marine Office during these hours:
to

8 a.m.
on wee
Saturday

to 4 p.m.

12 noon, 1 p.m.
y to 12

s; and from 8 on





Preparation of the map h
Lago’s

by
able a

carried
Division,

on
with

various Government offi







0 service



as been
Marketing
stance from





The map will be in color, and will

similar in
» road maps.
be printed

be





will in

appearance
Information
two

other
on it
languages:

to

English and Dutch. On one side will

be of

de

a brief history



Aruba, and

ailed maps of Oranjestad and the
surrounding area and of San Nicolas

and the Lago Concession.
The other side will contain a road

of the entire

map

island.

On this

side will be a number of features that

will be of valuable
island motoris

ious types of roads will



such as main highways,

roads, ete. The
(Turn to Page

country

Among them:

to
var-
be ind ed,
paved roads,
distance be-
4, Column 3)

stance





PRM Group Confers At Aruba





tors from New York and Creole pose together with A



ruba Refinery and

Marine men after the semi-annual Producer-Refiner-Marine (PRM) meeting
held here July 19 and 20. The meeting covered operational problems cov-

ering these three major divisions. Creole President A. T. Proudfit is

second from right

in the first row.



Bishitanan di New York y di Creole a reuni pa un portret cu hefenan di
Refineria y Marine di Aruba, despues di e reunion semi-anual ecu nan a
tene aki dia 19 y 20 di Juli.

shown

Aruba’s showing follows a success-

|ful exhibit in Curacao. After August

4 the paintings are scheduled to be
sent to Surinam. Considerable interest
was shown by the public during the
daily visits.

Empleadonan Mester
Troca nan Cuponnan

di Comisario pa Placa

Empleadonan ta worde recorda
atrobe cu nan mester troeca tur cu-
ponnan di Comisario asina pronto cu
ta posibel. Ya self-service” tin basta
tempo ta andando na Comisario y
nobo, y cuponnan ta foi uso.

Sinembargo, pa via di vacantie,
maleza, of otro motibonan, algun
empleado por a keda sin lesa e anun-
cio cu tabatin varios luna pasa, cual
anuncio tabata b cu mester troca
cuponnan pa placa, pa empleadonan
no hiba pérdida.

Cuponnan ta worde troca na oficina
di Cahero den Main Office y den Ma-
rine Office durante e siguiente ora-
nan:

Di 8 pa 12, y di 1 pa 4, foi Dialuna
te Diabierna; di 8 pa 12 tur Diasabra.





Dutch Sociologist

Starts Survey
In Aruba

A Netherlands sociologist from the
NWI Welfare & Information Bureau
is in Aruba to carry on a survey of
people from the Windward Islands.
He is Dr. G. J. Kruijer, a sociologist
who is studying the social habits and
patterns of people from Saba, St.
Eustatius, and Dutch St. Martin.

Dr. Kruijer has already visited
those three islands. When he found
that many residents of the three had
gone to Aruba and Curagao to work
in the oil refineries, he decided to ex-
tend his study of Windward Island
people to them.

At Lago, Dr. Kruijer will interview
approximately a hundred Company
employees from the three islands. The
Company is assisting him by furnish-
ing him with the names of Windward
Islands employees, and by giving
them time off with pay while they
are being interviewed. Dr. Kruijer



started his survey at Lago on July 30,
and expects to complete
days.

it in nine
y is the third
in a study now being carried
y the Welfare and Information
Bureau. First part was a survey
made by an agrarian economist in the
Windward Islands, and the second
was made by a soil economist.

Kruijer’s survey











Aruba Esso NEW s

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER FRIDAY AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS
WEST INDIES, BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.
Printed by the Curacgaosche Courant, Curacao, N.W.1.



45-Year Old Car
Still Going Strong



Maduro
so and
Sanson

As an employee of S. E. L.
and Sons agents here for
Atlas products — W. M. L.







is naturally interested in automobiles. |

When he was in Holland recently, he
was especially interested in the 1906
Opel automobile he saw in the small |
Dutch village of De Kaag near Leiden
(see picture).

”This prehistoric vehicle still made
a trip to Paris last year without any
serious trouble,’ Mr. Sanson says. ;
"The only difficulty was punctures,
probably because the owners did not
purchase Atlas tires.”

Mr. Sanson also pointed out that
the 45-year old car ran on Esso
gasoline and was lubricated by Esso
products.

The sturdy old automobile
develop a nice speed, Mr. Sanson
says. It still has its original furnish-
ings, including carbide lamps and
leather upholstery. All parts are of
solid brass, nicely polished and shin-
ing.

"It must be wonderful not having
to bother about defective batteries,
starting engines, and sealed beams,”
Mr. Sanson says. "It might be a good
idea for modern car builders to install
the handbrake outside to add space
inside the car. The only thing is that
it might be a bit drafty.”

The ancient car certainly doesn’t
have the streamlined appearance of
today’s automobile. But, by still being
in operation 45 years after being
built, it’s proved that it’s a fine-built
machine worthy of respect.





Index di Costo di
Bida a Bini Cla

Consehero Téenico Laurence De
Trude a bini cla cu su estudio di costo

di bida y a entregA su rapport na
Directiva di Compania y na Lago
Employee Council.

E estudio ta indica — manera ta-
bata di spera — cu a bini hopi cam-

bionan den custumbernan di cumpra- |

(Continua na Pagina 6)

can still |

| College,

Lions Club Installs Officers

The Aruba Lions Club _ installed
new officers July 18. New president
of the group is Carlos Juliao. Other
of fic Wim Scholl, first vice
president; Claudio Maduro, cond
vice president; Tom Pietersz, third
vice president; Michael Kuipe :
cretary; Mano Morales, lion
Eduardo Viada, tail twister;
Salas, treas
Eugene Hz
and Roberto
rectors.

Among



rs are







tamer;
Harold





ll, Joseph
Lopez

d’ Aguiar,
Henriquez, di-





the special guests at in-
stallation ceremonies were Acting
Lt. Gov. F. A. Jas, who wished the
group success in the future; and
Pedro Irausquin and Jan Wester,
Lago’s two scholarship winners who
recently returned from a year’s study
in the States.

Pedro and Jan were there because
of their meeting in the States with
Iren2 Jacobs, the Aruban girl whose
hospitalization in Philadelphia is
being financed by a Lions Club drive.
Retiring President Monte Maduro
spoke of the boys’ kindnessess to
|Irene and to her mother here, to |
whom they had written a nice letter.

"In the name of the members of !
the Aruba Lions Club,” Mr. Maduro |
aid, "we wart. “to express our sin-
est thanks and appreciation for
the help, for the time, and for the
assistance you have given.’

Also reviewed at the meeting were
the accomplishments of the Club
during the past year; the two major
projects were the Irene Jacobs fund
drive, and the establishment of school
safety patrols.

Fair Opens Aug. 10

The August fair — to raise money
to establish an orphans’ home in
Aruba — opens Friday night, August
10. The fair will run for three week-
end: August 10-11-12; August 17-18-
19; and August 24-25-26.

The fair will be held at the Maria
Kloosterweg, in Oranjestad.
It will be open from 7 p.m. till 1 a.m.,
except on Sundays, when the opening
hour will be 4 p.m. Sundays will be
the special fair days for children. On
the last Sunday of the fair — August




















26 — a special costume ball for kids
will be held.
Admission to the fair will be 50

cents for adults, 25 cents for children
under 15 years old.

Various national groups in Aruba
are planning booths and _ entertain-
ment, to give the fair an internatio-
nal atmosphere.

The Lago Community Concert
Band will play at the fair’s opening
on August 10, as well as at two other
nights during the fair.

A huge turnout is expected, since
the fair promises plenty of entertain-



ment and amusement, and the pur-
pose — to raise money for an or-
phans’ home — is one that deserves

full support from island residents.

Executive Office Group Holds Party

renee y

Sas



KL! t



A good time was had by all...

records and several competent



in the center row,

Tur a goza hopi...

ky ai

at the party given by the Executive Office
Staff on July 12 at the American Legion Home.
guitar
inging. Guest of honor at the party was Evelyn Santjes, sixth from left
who is leaving for Holland to study.

Music was provided by

players, along with some group



na e fiesta cu empleadonan di Executive Office a tene

na American Legion Home dia 12 di Juli. E fiesta tabata un despedida na
honor di Evelyn Santjes, di seis foi banda robez, kende a bai Holanda
pa studia.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



Driving off the road is s
to do or to make other d
the U.S. list of highway
caused by driver-erro
wide while pass







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ivers do; yet it stands fifth on

Blinding lights o
ng may force another

ever expects
smashes
too often drivers

force

is almost always
swinging too
car off the road.





August 3,

1951

Usually some obstacle is waiting by the side to cause
like those shown in the pictures above.

And

forget that at every curve centrifugal

waits to

take over control.

Are You Ready for What May Happen on the Road?

Knowing a lot won't make anyone ,
a good driver (you have to use what |
you know, and there are also such

things as keeping brakes and lights
in good condition). However,
what to do in all sorts of situations
is an important part of it. Here is a



quiz on getting out of a tight spot. |



Each question has four po
answers but only one is correct,



just mark one. Then check you
in the answer section in column &

1. Upon hitting an unexpected
stretch of rough or washboard
road, the steering wheel should -

a ( ) Be held loosely

b ( ) Be swung from side to side a little
c ( ) Be held straight

d ( ) Be left entirely free

2. When in a skid, your foot should

be kept on the





























knowing |

| MODEL FoR
| SCREWBALL
DRIVERS







12. ‘Yhe safe distance between yveh-
icles going 60 kilometers -
a ( ) Equal to speedometer reading in
meters
b ( ) Twice the speedometer reading in
meters
e ( ) 70 meters
d ( ) Twice the length of your vehicle
13. If the rear of your car
the right on a slippery
sou should -
a ( ) Swing the steering wheel from side
to side
b ( ) Turn the steering wheel to the
right
ce ( ) Turn the steering wheel to the left
id ( ) Hold the steering wheel still
14. What would you do if another
car came straight at you on the
wrong side of the road?
a (_) Pull to the left so he could pass
on the right
b ( ) Pull over to the center so you
could dodge either way
ce ( ) Keep in your own lane
d ( ) Pull as far as possible to the right
and even take to the shoulder
15. When you meet glaring head-
lights at night, what should you
do.
a ( ) Keep your eyes on the left side of
the road
b ( ) Look at the right side of the road
ec ( ) Look straight ahead
d ( ) Wear sun glasses

Industrial Hygienist

nklin W. Church
Jersey industrial hygi



ne engineer.



The Standard Oil Development
Company recently announced the
appointment of Franklin W. Church

as an industrial hygiene engineer in
its medical research division. His
duties will consist of developing and
ing out field investigations in
, plants, and laboratories of
affiliated and associated com-
of Jersey Standard; he will
to find out where potential
health hazards exist, and assist in
planning control measures where






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a ( ) Accelerator
b ( ) Brake
e ( ) Cluteh
d () Brake and clutch
3. When you take a curve, it is
best to
a ( ) Slow down while in the curve
b ( ) Slow down before reaching the
curve and feed the gas a bit while |
in it.
c ( ) Slow down and drive straight
»ss the curve
d ( ) Keep to the outside of the curve
4. The safe driver avoids trouble
by -
a ( ) Driving slower than other traffic
b ( ) Developing a fast reflex action
ce ( ) Obeying all the signs and traffic
rules
d ( ) Recognizing trouble in the making
— defensive driving
5. When you strike an unexpected
patch of bumpy road -
a () Step on the brake
b ( ) Step on the clutch
¢ ( ) Step on the brake and clutch
d ( ) Keep the foot on the accelerator
6. To make a quick stop at high
speed -
a (_) Step on the brake and clutch hard
b () Use a pumping action on the
brakes, and do not step on the
clutch
c ( ) Use the clutch and brake and also
the hand brak
d ( ) Step on the brake after shifting in-
to lower gear or "double clutching”
7. When you are going at high
speed and a rear tire blows out,
the best thing to do is -
a ( ) Keep the foot on the accelerator
b ( ) Make an emergency stop
c (_) Throw out the clutch and let the
car roll to a stop
d ( ) Double clutch
8. The main cause of skidding is -
a ( ) Brake improperly adjusted
b ( ) Slippery streets
c ( ) Smooth tires
d ( ) Driving too fast for conditions
9. If your right wheels get off into
the rough sho r of the road,
you should first -
1 () Turn the steering wheel quickly to
cet back on the
b ( ) Steer straight and s' n gra-
dually
e ( ) Make an emergency stop
d ( ) Get the left wheels off, too, and
then cut back onto the pavement
10. Who has the right of way if
you are approaching an_ inter-
section and a pedestrian is on
the erosswal!:?
a ( ) You have
b ( ) You have if you sound your horn
c ( ) The pedestrian has
d ( ) Neither has
11. If two vehicles approach an open
intersection at right angles at
the same time, which one has the
right of way?
a ( ) The vehicle on the driver's left
b ( ) The vehicle traveling the faster
c ( ) The vehicle on the wider street
!d ( ) The vehicle on the driver's right



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14, (d)
15. (b)

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Swinging the wheel from side to
side a little eases the shock, and
the front end won't jump so high.
The





most important thing is to
keep traction. This can only be
done with the foot on the accele-

rator. Applying
cause complete
control.

It is always safer to slow down
before a curve than to apply
your brakes while on a curve.
The real secret of safe driving is

your
loss

brake
of

may
steering







your ability to anticipate. Take
nothing for gra If the car
ahead signals fi right turn



figure that he just may turn left.
To apply your brake may make
you lose steering control. Ease off
the accelerator and let the engine
slow you down.

Leave the foot off the clutch (to
keep from killing the motor) until
the car has just about come to a
stop. Use a pumping action on
the brake, thus allowing the full
use of the rear-wheel brakes.
this method on all stops,
cially emergency ones,
the foot off the
mit the motor
brake, You st
faster this wa









Use
spe-
By leaving
clutch, you
to act a
p twenty per cent
» with less wear on





er-



also















car and tires.

Applying the brakes is likely to
throw the car into a side-slip or
sp se the foot off the acce-
lerator, and let the engine slow
the car until it is safe to apply
the b lightly.

An accident on a slippery street



is always due to driving too fast
for conditions.
You should never cut
highway at a high rate of speed.
If the shoulder is lower than the
pavement, the car will swerve out
f control. Steer straight and slow
down gradually. Then cut back on
sharp angle

an always has
any place

back on a





the

any



2 vehicle on the
Under pe
at least
lometer

right.
fect conditions it takes
0 meters to stop at 60
speed. By keeping 70
meters between cars at thi
playing safe

You must always turn the
ing wheel in the direction of the
skid. This helps the forward-
motion pull against the skid.

ever try to dodge to the wrong
side of the road. If an accident
occurs, you may be blamed. You
should pull to the right; take to

drivers







speed
yo



are

steer-













the shoulder of the road ‘if neces-
sary
By looking over the engine cowl-
ing of your car at the right side
of the road, you can define your
position on the road and. still
glare out of your ey
be able to e the on-
coming vehicle through your side

Adapted

from "Cosmopolitan"

refineries both



United States and foreign
ies.

Church received both bachelor
sence and master of scie




at
In
graduate
at the
Applied
the

chemical
of

in igineering
Colora
taken
hygiene
of

and



industrial

iboratory
Cincinnati,
Michig

in
ing Le
gy in
of



at





a business
Mr.
iginee1 th
mington Arms, Ine. In 1943
the division of industrial
at the University of Cc
medical center; h became

the of industrial
and toxicology in 1945 and
ing director of the division in
was the position he held
joined the Development

own for several years,

was a



process ¢





of section

he
ny.
Church is a member
Industrial Hygiene
Chemical Society,
Health Association,
in Association for the Ad-
ience, and American
of Governmental In-
1 Hygienists. He has written
papers dealing with matters
to industrial hygiene, che-



American
an Public








mistry, and engineering.







August 3, 1951

NEW ARRIVALS

RY, Clarence: a son, John Joseph,



Roman: a son, Ladislo Rey-



MCDERMOTT, Bernard: a daughter, Donna
Maureen, June
THEYSEN, Juan: a son, Michael Eugene



June 28
CANNEGIETER, Thomas: a son, Wilfred
Winston, June 28
WOUT, Luis: a daughter, Pedro Edwin
June 29
MARTYN, Antonio: a son, Pedro Edwin
June 29
HENRIQUEZ, Victoriano: a daughter, Lu-
cinda Emiliana, June 30,






TROMP. 1 daughter, Froilan
Mathilde June 30.

MARTINEZ, Angel: a daughter, Maria Del
Balle, July 2

KROTTNAUER, Arthur: a son, Johan Ka-
rel, July

TROMP, Se a daughter, Leoncita
Petra, July
GONSALEZ, Santiago: a daughter, Lurdes

Maria, July






SKEETE, Fits: a daughter, Renee Algitha,
July

EWING-CHOW, Shayle: a daughter, Shel-
ley I res, July 6

BOBE ijah: a daughter, Catherine Pearl
Jul

MADURO, Jacobo: a son, Benedicto.
July 7

LACLE, Mateo: a son, Reuben Roland,




Nicolaas: a son, Karel Enrique,

BERNARD, Frederick: a son, July 9

KOCK, Francisco: a daughter, Gladys
Mary. July 9
TROMP, Guillermo P.: A son, Rufino Se-
gundo, born July 10
Jim: A son, James Patrick, born
10.
David J.: A son, Charles Desmond
July 10.
NCIS, Fabian S.: A son, Jeffrey Edi-



on. born July 1
CUFFY, Harold ¢ A daughter, Alexan-
drena Jane, born July 11
JES, Inocencio: A son, Jose Maria, born
uly 1



JANSEN, Pablo: A daughter, Greta Ana- |

cleta, born July 1
HYMAN. Wilfred
Roy, born July 13
TROMP, Juliaan P.: A son, Jacobo Ana-
clet rn July 13
POMPIER, Charles C.: A son, Charles Ben-
on rn July 13
IRONS, Ivan S.: Twin daughter, Diane Mo-
nica & Suzanne Mary, born July 14.
THOMAS, Adolphus: A daughter, Norma
Janet, born July 15
LO A NJOE, Philip J A son, Clark
vorn July 15
Francisco A son, Carmelo,

A son, Dennis Le


















F.: A daughter, Philo-
born July 17
A daughter Marce-

A son, John Nathan,

on T. A daughter, Le
n July 19

el A daughter, Sylvia Patri-
born July 19.





A daughter, Rufina





RANKE mundo L.: A daughter, Ju-
liana Margarita, born July
THOM, Vine



: A daughter, Elain Ermine,
+: A daughter, Edna Maria,

A daughter, Magdalena





ENKANA, Harry
Deen, born July
ILLIS, Maurille L.: A daughter, Nelcia Ser-

tin born J
LOPEZ

1
A.: A son, Raymond
aie

A son, Daniel, born

July
BEDEAU, Laurence: A son, Lionel Lloyd
born July 21

HACK, Abdul A son, Hack Jr., born




Bertin T.: A son, Bertin Cle-
born July 22





, Apolonario



daughter, Thea

A daughter, born

81 Boys Graduate Aug.17

Eighty-one boys — members of the
apprentice class of 1947 — will re-
ceive their diplor in graduation
exercises August 17. The exercises
will be held at the Lago Club at 2
o'clock in the afternoon.

An exhibition of various work
done by the graduating class will be
on display, and the ceremonies will
be followed by a refreshment and
social hour,

A highlight of the ceremonies will
be the naming of the two outstanding
graduates who will receive scholar-
ships for advanced study in Allen-
town, Pennsylvania. This will be the
third year that these scholarships
have been awarded.

This will be the ninth apprentice
class to graduate; their graduation
will bring to 444 the number of boys
who have successfully completed
Lago’s apprentice training program.














Lagoites Aid India

Several Lago employ
received thanks for their aid in help-
ing relieve the famine situation in
India. They were K. R. Soobrian,
Charles Rohee, Cecil Gray, Norman
Singh, Robert Khan, and David E.
Armoogan.

Thanks to the group came in a let-
ter from the India Food Relief Com-
mittee, Inc. of New York City. The

*s last month






"unselfishly made a small contribu-
tion to help purchase grain for fa-
mine-stricken areas in India.”.



C. Peeren won 1000 for his idez
when extensive welding
» needed. The idea, adopted,
aved much turnaround time.







A simple ide
was H. K. Ollivi



rre’s suggestion that
departments use white rags instead
cheese-cloth





submitted the idea of tying the out-
let of the new fuel oil tubular coolers
into the main 6” fuel oil bunkering |
line. The idea proved to be y
providing plant fuel oil to the
refinery and to |



H. Taylor, Safety
suggested changes
letter noted that these six Lagoites | hot work cer

Field Office,

cates for tanker

idea won an award of Fls. 500.

adoption of this idea will result in a
saving of ocean tanker time.



ARUBA ESSO NEWS

CYI's for May Total
Fils. 5245 for 60 Ideas

An average of Fis. 85 per idea went to 60 CYI
winners during the month of May for their sug-
gestions concerning safety, time and cost saving,
and improvement of working conditions, You too,
if you are as alert as these suggestors, can profit
from CYI. Send in your idea: to CYI.

List of Winners

Fis. 1000

C. Peeren fls 1000

Install A. C. Welding Machines on
T-2 Tankers when extensive Weld-
ing Repairs needed.

Fils. 750





M. L. Brennan fls 750

Increase agency fees - Mene
Grande Oil Company ve

Fis. 700

W. C. Richey fls 700
Tie outlet of new fuel oil tubular
coolers into main 6” fuel oil bunk-
ering line.

Fis. 500

M. H. Taylor fls 500
Change in issue of hot work certi-
ficate - Tankers.

Fis. 250

H. K. Ollivierre fls
Departments to use white
instead of che cloths.

Fis. 240

U. Viaun fls 240
Proposed stairs to tanks no. 490
and no. 416 ete.

Fils. 150

D. Pung fls 150
Use figures in cables instead of
words.









Fls. 100

Il. Donk fls 100
Tie in line, valves & controller
vapor rele: line to feed gas line-
AAR no. 2.



G. Hemstreet fls 100

Us2 of airgram plant-wide where
applicable

FIs. 50

B. Bisram fls 50
Include Golf Club personnel under
periodical medical examination.

P. Nunes fls 50
Tie in bleeder lines to strip crude
tanks ete. — Bleeding H.O. Charg-
ing Pumps — V.B.



| J. Oduber fls 50

Redesign of 10 foot ladder.
Walter I. Sluizer fls 50

Install protective device on road

side of High Pressure sub-station.





S. J. Speziale fls 50
Construct ramp, ting and/or
install proper drainage - Esso
Dining Hall.

Aw. Paitt fls 50




Substitute concrete for metal tanks
- Utility Buildings - Esso Heights

Fis. 45

C, Barnes fls 45
Elevate tar suction line to no. 3 &
no. 4 tar pumps - no. 1 & no. 4
Comb. Units.

Fis. 40

V. A. Frederick fils 40
Provide illumination at steam
pumps - no. 111 and no, 101.

P. E. Norden fls 40
Install bleeder valves on Propane
Abs. Lean oil coolers water outlet
line, ete

M. D. Peterson fls 40
Place metal bracket on panel board
of Fenske Column - no, 2 Lab.

M. Thomas fls 40
Parking plan - Esso Dining Hall.





J. R. Beaujon fls



Fis. 35
35
Install guard under bridge trolley
wires - Machine Shop.

Fils. 30

G. Rigot fls 30
Install plugs in open valves -
Insert gas line.

F. J. Breusers fls 30
Connect 142” line & valves from
N.D. & P.D. Cond. boxes coil outlet
to gland oil recovery drums - Vis
Units 9; 10, & 12:





H. J. Burns fls 30)

Install railing or guard on ramps
between tanks no. 98 & no. 2:

W. Dublin 30
Install guard to motor - cold
storage cabinet - o Club store
room.






P. Gonsalves fls 30
Install line and valve from butane
water discharge line to propane
water pump discharge pump.





| O. J. Mauricio fls 30

remoto mike test bench -



Ww. fls 30
Discontinue use of shorthand note-
book for C.Y.I. agenda.

Cc. Ll. Tromp fls 30
Use typewriter with Spanish type

letters for Papiamento translators.

Fis. 25

E. H. Armstrong fls 25
Provide alternate method of pay-

ing off discharged seamen.

M. Blaize fls 25
Install drinking water cooler on
deck of repair dolphins.

S. G. de Abreau fls 25

e in line from water line at
field pump-tar dist. pump area.

J. F. de Leon fls 25
Relocate drain line under tank on
H.O. Pump roof from ground area
to lube oil pipe trench no. 3 C.U.

J. F. de Leon fls
Hook up funnel drain under sample
bleeder to sewer no. 3 C. Unit, ete

L. Ellis fls 25
Safety (traffic) hazard - Hospital
road,

C. K. Jardine fls









)
Paint with luminous paint - k
Gauge - Bobs.

V. A. Mondinho fls 25

Add side rails to bridge south of
Lago Heights B.Q. No. 12.

F. Parris fls 25
Lago Heights Club to make stencil
of L.C. Activities.





M. Thomas fls 25
Improve ventilation - Ladies rest
room & study - High School.

J. Werleman fls 25



Install bleeder on air line to ho
above block valves - no. 1, 2 & 4
Finger Piers.

Fis. 20





fls 20
stall new table or extend old one
- checking gravities - no. 3 & 4,
C.U.
A. J. Creft
Install extinguisher in salt
pumphouse - A & FE.
J. E. Daniel fls 20
Provide containers for Life jackets

on launches Nos, 1, 2, 3,4.

J. P. de Leon
Rotate N.D. to storage
valve - no. 8 Comb. Unit.





Cc. Gill fls 20
Relocate drain line on North side
of water strainer - no. 10, Crude
Still.

E. Halman fls 20



Rotate air valve on line East of

no. 3 C.U, Reducer Furnace.













| A suggestion to increase agency fees

| for Mene Grande Oil Company

| merited a Fls. 750 award for M. L.
Brennan, Marine Office.





U. Vlaun, LOF, proposed that stairs
_be placed to tanks no. 490, 416, etc.
The idea was adopted as a matter of
convenience and safety for personnel
‘handling the gauging and sampling
of tanks. The idea merited Fls. 240.

H. J. Hengeveld fls 20
Relocation of existing facilities
- Lago Heights Clubhouse.

J. Lambert fls 20
Eliminate ditto carbon when typ-
ing letters and memos. When no.
of copies are 8 or less.

| J. Lambert fls 20
Standardize purchase of 5 drawer
filing cabinets.

H. A. Lopez fls 20
Install b sr - Porch to Chem.
Laboratory - no. 2 Laboratory.

H. A. Lopez fls 20
Install wire type sash lifts on flat
mesh of glass ware carriers Lab. 2.

H. A. Lop fls 20
Install e nguisher in Elevator -
Lab no. 2.







A. Lubrin fls 20
Install stairway - South West

corner Utility Building North of
Old Hydro Electric shop.

L. E. Marchena fls 20
Provide Safety helmet supply on

tugs Colorado Point, Delaplaine
& Noord.

I. R. Martinez fls 20
Cigaret Urns - G.O.B. Utility
Rooms.

H. P. Moore fls 20

Signs at Reef Dock & Harbor
Dolphins with relation to passes.

M. D. Peterson fls 20
Use skeleton blend sheets - T. B.
Stills - No. 2. Laboratory.

W. Sluizer fls 20
Raise platform at no. 1 & 2 Crude
Pumps - Central Pumphouse.

E. Tromp fls 20
Provide Paper towels in Utility
Building S.E. of Vocational Shops.

T. J. Woodley fls 20
Provide handles to manhose covers
- no. 2 Finger Pier.





Traffic Signs for Tank Farm

Efforts are being made to prevent
employees from driving to and from
work in operating areas near the
Tank Farm. It is all right to drive
through the Tank Farm’s main road.
However, drivers have been using
operating areas, such as the Ethyl
Blending Plant s_ thorough-
fares, and this creates various
haz:

Signs will be put up soon in these
areas, pointing out that they are
operating areas, not thorough-fares.











ARUBA ESSO NEWS





Today's Bicyclist is
Tomorrow's Motorist

~Today’s Bicyclist is Tomorrow’s
Motorist.” This was the theme of a
talk given Friday July 20 by Lago
Police Chief Gilbert B. Brook which
launched a timely campaign to teach
safety to bicycle riders.

Addressing a group of parents and
children at the Esso Club Theater,
Chief Brook emphasized the need for
knowledge of safet
the roads. Proper training carrie:
over into adult life, for today’s
bicycle rider will soon become a
motorist.

Pertinent to the immediate problem
of reducing potential accidents, Chief
Brook noted three basic points: the
need for skill in bicycle riding, the
need for proper
and the importance of keeping the
bicycle in a safe operating condition
with the proper lights, reflectors,
and brakes.

All rules pertaining to the use of
the roads should be observed. This
applies not only to bicycle riders, but
to motorists, for courtesy and coope-
ration on the part of all users of







rules while using














the roads will help to reduce acci- |

dents.

In conclusion, Chief Brook outlined
the function of the Police Department
in the safety program. The function
of the police is essentially prevention
of accidents, not punishment for
accidents. Both parents and children
can cooperate in this goal by calling
upon the police in case of need and
helping them in their program.

The bicycle safety program is
being extended to schools over the
island through the medium of talks,
posters, and photographs.





A maze of pipes used to support a poured concrete
ng jungle as an addition to the
colony high school is ereeted. These hundreds of sup-
reinforced concrete
above hardens. In the meantime, it’s an intricate job
for the concrete workers of the Masons and Insulators.

roof forms a confus



ports will be removed when the



care of the bicycle, |

|ningun sorto di trobbel”, S




Bicycle Riding can be pleasure... and it can be tragedy. The picture at

left illustrates a bicycle rider who follows safety rules to enjoy cycling,

and the picture at the right shows how tragedy can strike when rules are
violated.



Coremento di bicicleta ta pret, pero e por bira tragedia tambe, si bo no tene

cuidao. E portret na banda robez ta mus' un ciclista, cu ta sigui regla-

nan di Seguridad gozando, mientras cu e portret na banda drechi ta mustra
com tragedia ta sigui ora cu un ciclista no haci caso di reglanan.

|New Road Map

(Continued from page 1)

Auto Fabrica Na
1906 Na Uso Ainda



tween various points will be noted

Como empleado di Firma S. E. L.|in miles and kilometers. Points of
Maduro & Sons — agentenan di pro- | interest — such as churches, govern-
ductonan di Esso y di Atlas — ta ment buildings, beaches, consular
natural cu W. M. L. Sanson ta in-| offices, hotels, clubs, police stations,
den automobiel. Na Holanda ete. — will be listed and illustrated.

Road signs will be shown in color,
and one-v streets will be indicated.
Elevations, such at Mt. Hooiberg and
Yamane will be shown, will

recientemente, e tabata especialmente
a den un auto marca Opel di
1906, cu el a mira na e pueblo

. Leiden. (Mira e











as







portret.) various island residential districts
"TE vehiculo prehistorico aki < In addition to present roads, the
ci un biaha pa Paris anja _ map will also show roads that are



projected for the future.



ta bisa. "Unico dificultad tabata flat Of invaluable assistance to Lago
tairu, probablement> pasobra e don- in preparation of the map were var-







jo no a pone tairu Atlas bao dje ious government departments. Among
auto.” those who cooperated by providing
Sr. nson di tambe cu e auto di help were the Governor’s Office,
45 anja ta usa gasoline y otro pro- Survey Department, Police De
ductonan di ment, Post Office, Census O



Public Works, and the Tourist Com-





E auto biew pero wapo ta corre
cu un velocidad basta regular. Ainda | mission.
e tin e lampinan moda _ bieuw The need for a modern road map
(carbide) y cusinchinan di cuero. Po-|of Aruba has grown increasingly
diser ta un bon idea pa fabricante-| greater during the past few years



S.
Lago’s new Esso road map should fill
that need by serving as an accurate
guide to island motor With it,



nan di autonan moderno pone hand-
rem p’afor di autonan pa haya mas
lugar p’aden di nan.






FE auto bieuw aki no tin stream-| Lago will join other Esso affiliates
line manera autonan moderno, pero) which are providing a valuable public
siendo na uso 45 anja despues cu el | servi by making available to the



a worde fabrica ta proba cu e ta un the famous

producto di worde respeta.

motoring
road maps.

public



No, esaki no ta mondi, esaki ta uniciamente stellage
pa bashamento di un dak di cement na School di Colony,

cu mester a worde haci mas ndi. Despues cu e ce-

ment seka tur e stellage lo bini abao atrobe, pero mien-

tras tanto empleadonan di Masons & Insulators tin hopi
ocupacién,







‘Aruba Lo Haya

Mapa di Camindanan To Start Training
/ na Stacion di Esso

Na fin di anja, Aruba su automo-
bilistanan lo tin un gran ventaha cu
hopi tempo tabata d ly nece-
sario, esta un mapa cu ta mus
e camindanan riba Aruba,
a0 final riba e mapa ta binien-
» y € mapa lo worde imprimi na
York. Si plannan bai door ma-
nera ta worde spera, e mapanan lo
keda na disposicion di automobilista-
nan na fin di anja. Nan lo worde par-











iz



| ti na stacionnan di gasolin di Esso.



Mar ing Division di Lago tabata
eneargé cu trahamento di e mapa, cu
yudanza di oficinanan di Gobierno. E
mapa lo sali na color y lo ta parecido
na otro mapanan di Esso. Na un ban-
da lo tin un historia cortico di Aruba,
y mapanan detaya di Oranjestad y
lugarnan ey rond, di San Nicolas y
di Concesion di Lago. Informacion lo
worde imprimi na dos idioma: Ingles
y Hulandes.

E otro banda di e mapa lo contene







|| un mapa di henter e isla. Na e mes
!un banda lo tin tambe algun informa-

cion di importancia pa automobilista-
nan, entre otro, diferente sortonan di
caminda lo worde indica, manera ca-
mindanan principal, camindanan as-
falta, camindanan di cunucu. Distan-
cianan entre varios lugarnan lo wor-
de duna na milla y na kilometer.

Puntonan di interes, manera mis
nan y kerkinan, edifcionan di Gobie
no, beachnan, oficinanan di consul-
nan, hotelnan, clubnan, warda di Po-
lies, ete. lo worde indica, como tambe
borchinan di reglanan di trafico den
nan colornan original. Ceronan ma-
nera Hooiberg y Yamanota, y varios
districtonan residencial lo parce riba
e@ mapa.

Ademas di camindanan eu tin ae-
tualmente, e mapa lo mustra tambe
camindanan planed pa futuro.

Varios departamentonan di Gobier-
no a duna hopi asistencia na Lago pa
» mapa.
lad pa un mapa asina di
Aruba a crece masha den ultimo an-
janan. Lago su mapa lo sirbi di guia
pa automobilistanan y cu es mapa
Lago a imita afiliadonan di Esso na
otro lugarnan, cu ta ofrece un
cio na publico, poniendo na disp
cion di automobilistanan e mapanan
conoci di Esso.











3 Promoted in P.R.



Top left

Robert W. Schlageter

Top right
George C. Rike

Bottom left

Thomas J. Boylan



Promotions went last month to
three men in the Public Relations
Department. They were Robert W.
Schlageter, George C. Rike, and

Thomas J. Boyl
Mr. Schlageter



n.
named to the















new position of sistant public
relations director; Mr. Rike succeeded
him publications editor; and Mr.
Boylan succeeded Mr. Rike as as-
sistant publications editor.

Mr. Schlageter with Lago
from 1929 until 1, when he
returned to the States to finish
college. He returned to Aruba in

August 1933, and held posts in the



Accounting Department and
tive

until the Aruba
started in 1941, when he
came its editor.
Mr. Rike came to Lago in Decem-
ber 1947 as istant publications
editor; Mr. Boylan started in July
1949 as publications assistant.

Office











August 3, 1951

80 Aruban Boys

Following recruiting in island
schools, Lago has selected 80 Aruban
boys to enter the Company’s Voca-
tional Training School nex Septem-
ber. There they will begin a four-
' combination course in school
y and actual experience on the
job. Their studies will include courses
|in English, arithmetic, science, 1
chanical drawing, shop mathematics,
and basic instruction in various re-
| fin At the end of their
| training, t will be assigned to re-
gular refinery jobs.

When this year’s graduating class
receives its diplomas later this
month, over 440 boys will have gra-
duated from Lago’s Vocational Pro-
gram.

This year’s
return to the













recruiting marked a
original basis for
selection of bo set up when the
program was ablished in 1935.
that time, the program wa:
| Specifically for Aruban boy

The number of boys hired varied
| from year to year, depending on re-
finery needs. Just before, during and
after World War II, refinery needs
were high compared to the number
of Aruban boys who could meet the
program’s standards. In order to meet















| these needs, it became nece airy to
' supplement the number of Aruban
boys hired by accepting a limited

number
parents.

Based on pre-recruiting
of the number of bo
apply for the program th
vas thought that it would ag:
ary to offer employment to a
few of this group. However, due to
the large number of applicants - 282 -
it became quite evident that Lago’s
needs could be met by qualified
Aruban boys. This w. particularly
true in view of the fact that the
Company reduced its offers of
employment from 95 to 80.

This reduction is a direct result
of the Company’s long range plan
of integrating its Vocational Program
with the newly-formed Aruba Tec
nical School. In future years, it

of boys of non-national

estimates




















y is
expected that the Aruba Technical
School will be able to supply Lago
with



the same potential type of
it it is now getting from
ational Program.

Company expects to supple-
ment its 1951 group with qualified
graduates of the Aruba Technical
School in 1953; these will be the first
boys to graduate from that School.
The number of boys that the Com-
will hire each year to start
vocational training will be further



t





reduced until such time as the Aruba

T



il School is able to completely
atisfy the refiner needs.

When that happens, Lago plans to
B graduates of the Aruba Techni-
11 School and give them advanced
training to prepare them for the
pecial requirements of refinery
work. This will cause a revision in
the Company’s Vocational Program,
pacing the empha on advanced
raining rather than primary training


























1S been done in the past.
Graduates go’s Vocational

Program hav the AY'S, {

on into pc of responsibility

both in the refinery and in the com-

munity. Integration of Lago’s pro-

gram with the Aruba Technical



School will provide Aru boys with
even better opportunities for assum-
ing their place in community life.

DID YOU KNOW ?

THAT OlL RESEARCHERS
USE AN ELECTRONIC MICROSCOPE
WHICH PHOTOGRAPHS GREASE FIBRES
MEASURING 29.37 MILLIONTHS OF AN
INCH? THIS INSTRUMENT, WHICH MAG-
NIFIES UP TO 26,000 TIMES, 1S ONLY
ONE OF THE SCIENTIFIC TOOLS WHICH
OIL MEN USE TO
IMPROVE PRESENT
_) PRODUCTS AND TO
CREATE NEW ONES.

=


















n

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



August 3, 1951

News and Views



Universal-International film star Yvonne De Carlo models the latest in
beach wear: a green, two-piece multidrape sued bathing suit.



Yvonne de Carlo di Universal-International ta presenta ultima moda pa
beach: un trahe di bano di gamoes berde, y renchi di orea di perla.



fun for all at the Industrial and Public Relations Empleadonan di Industrial y Public Relations a pasa
Picnic held at Palm Beach on July 14. Here a group bon na un Pienic cu a tuma lugar na Palm Beach
listen to the entertainment provided by Bennie Rom- dia 14 di Juli.

bouts and George Hemstreet. Activities included soft-

ball, swimming, other sports, and eating of plenty of

good food.







in,



before his marriage to Miss Betty Weste The wedding was held at
St. Francis Church, Oranjestad, on July 21. The couple will live at Balashi.



Members of the recently formed Football Steering Committee meet to
discuss the present interdepartmenal football competition. From left to right
are: Evaristo Amaya, Bob Martin, Jose LaCruz, John L. Wever, Edney J.
Nuckleman, Juan Briezen, Simon Geerman, and Mateo Reyes. Chairman of
the Committee is Simon Geerman. Coordinator for the games is John Wever.



Anslem J. Augustine di Storehouse ta ricibi felicitacion di O. A. Goodwin
Prome cu su casamento cu Seforita Betty West urger. E matrimonio a
tuma lugar na Misa di San Francisco na Oranjestad dia 21 di Juli.












Miembronan di e Comite di Futbal cu a worde or;
reuni pa discuti e competitie actual di futbal ¢







Can you top this? Cornelis Jarza-
garay of the Welding shep went
fishing during his vacation from the
wrecked ship “Antilla” at M z
Although the fish were® bitin
big fish shown in the picture abov
kept ripping the fish from his hook
Corneiis invested a good-sized fis!
as bait (his bait cost at least

ollar), used his strongest hook anc
» and went af the big fish. I
struck, and the battle was on. Wit!
the heip of Jan Lacle using a har
poon, the monster was finaily kille«
and dragged in. It weighed 40
pounds; was 6 feet, 8 inches in lengtt











Durante su vacantie, Cornelis d
Yarzagaray di Welding Shop a vangi
un pisca di 408 liber y un largura d
6 pia y ocho duim banda di e vapo
Rvelant Senticance peer Nees al: ne oe : 2 gesink "Antilla” na Malmok. E pise
yn + jes, Executive Office, leaving for Holland to study, is given grandi tabata pasa come tur e pis
a farewell gif: by her fellow employees in the office. Terry Pimento nan cu Cornelis tabata vangu; C
makes the presentation (left). The presentation was 2 on July 12, and nelis a dicidi di tira e lifia di mas
later that day a party was held at the American Legion Hom2 for the diki y e anzue di mas fuerte cu e ta- » learning about safety early. They are members of the Vocational
Executive Office Group. (see picture on page 2). batin, cu un haas basta grandi. Ora Training School’s 1950 class (group 2), and they recently completed 50
~ . y a cu el a vangu e pisca grandi, e ani- consecutive working days withc any type of injury.
yn Santjes, di Executiv: Office, kende a bai Hulanda pa studia, ta mal tabata Gorin a Ree eee mene en i
ee pease ee pedide. cerce SRS Senora Terry Pi- pe seapa. Jan Lacle, kende tabata Seguridad ta un asunto di gran importancia pa tur empleadonan di Lago.
Ciestas o: eg a) see ie a z 1, y Somes dia nan a duna un pisea hunto cu Cornelis, mester a dale Ye mucha-hombernan aki ta cuminza sinja esey foi principio. Nan ta miem-
esta pa vighera-estudiante na American Legion Ho un harpoen pa maté, y di e moda ey bronan di Klas di 1950 di School di Entrenamiento Vocacional, y
nan a vangu e monstruo. mente nan a cumpli 50 dia sigui sin ningun sorto di accidente.











E













One of the high points of the busy

concert given by the Lago Community Concert

the Lago Club was the
Band, Rey. D. R. Evans

weekend at

conducting.

Un numero riba e programa interesante durante weekend di decimo ani-
versario di Lago Club, tabata un concierto duna pa Lago Community Con-

cert Band. Domi

Evans tabata conductor.

Lago Club Celebrates 10 Years

The Lago Club’s "Gran Fiesta” 10th Annive
close Sunday evening July 22 as members of Management

ry celebration came to a
nd the Lago





Heights Advisory Committee spoke to commemorate the ten years of bustling

activity in the Club.

M.C.’d. by R. Cherribin, the addr
which the Braves emerged trium-
phant from the softball competition
and the Bachelors beat the Benedicts
by a 3-2 score in football.

Kelvin Wong, chairman of the Ad-
visory Committee, pointed out that
the success of the Lago Club as a
community center has been due to not
only the fine committees which have
organized activities during the past
years, but also to the members of
Lago Heights who have supported the
Club so enthusiastically, and to the
generosity of management. C. F.
Smith, representing Management,
outlined the progress that has been
made during the relatively short life
of the Club.

The official commemoration
mony was preceded by a concert given
by the Lago Community Concert
Band. (see picture above). During
the evening the Dixielanders played
for a dance at the Club. Door prize
winners at the dance were Pina
Hartogh, Mrs. Eroll Bailey, Alvin
Matthews, and Cecil A. Nichols.





cote







Cost of Living Study

(Continued from page 1)

— on which cost of living bonuses
are based — up to date. Lago set up






its present cost of living index in
1941. During the years since that
time, it was recognized that buying
habits of Lago employ were un-
dergoing gradual chan . Mr. De-
Trude’s job was to find out what

kind and quantity of things empioy-




ees were buying today. To accomplish
this, he asked a representative cross





section of employees nearly 800
questions about their buying habits.
After the interviews were completed,
the assembled information was tabul-
ated and evaluated so that Mr. De-
Trude could mz his report The
entire study required two months to
complete.

Mr. DeTrude is from the National
Industrial Conference Board, Inc. a
non-profit organization devoted to
research in the problems of industrial
economics and management. One of







the Board’s specialities is making |

cost of living studies such as the one
just completed at Lago.

Here and There

Christmas in June

A letter from Jerry Littmann,
former instructor here and now with
Aramco at Dhahran, Saudi Arabia,
reports his pleasure at receiving the
Aruba Esso News. The copies take up
to six months to get there (he re-
ceived the Christmas issue June 23)
but at least they arrive more or less
in proper order, so the news has con-
tinuity if not freshness.

FOR SALE: 1948 two-door Pontiac sedan
safe family car. Lago Heights Bung. 719






2s followed a full day of sports during

TSD Wins Cricket Match



The TSD Cricket team won the match
held with Accounting on July 21 at
the Lago Club Sports Field. A skill-
fully fought game ended with TSD
making 149 runs to Accounting’s 95.



Yeam di Cricket di TSD a gana un

wega contra Accounting dia 21 di

o Club. Esaki tabata un

bunita wega, den cual TSD a haci 149
runs y Accounting 95.





Henry Wilson Elected to
Board of Jersey Affiliate



Henry B. Wilson, Jr. has been
elected to the board of directors of
the International Petroleum Compa-
ny, Limited, effective September 1.
Mr. Wilson has been assistant ma-
nager of the Employee Relations De-
partment of Jersey Standard since
September 1948, and has visited
Aruba several times.

He graduated from the University
of Oklahoma in 1929 with a degree
in petroleum engineering, and after-
wards became a student engineer for
Humble. He served in various po-
sitions in the Producing and Employ-
ee Relations Departments in Humble
until 1936. At that time he was
transferred to Buenos Aires with the
Standard Oil Company of Argentina
as employee relations manager. In
1939 he was transferred to Standard
Oil of Venezuela in a similar capacity.
He joined Jersey’s Employee Relat-
ions Department in 1941.

From 1943 to 1945 Mr. Wilson
rved in the U.S. Army, being dis-
arged as a lieutenant colonel.















ARUBA ESSO NEWS

Kids Korner

Draw with Ink Blots

4

A

Te
Make a paddle boat

















Draw With Ink Biots

1 Drop some ink on the center of

a piece of Paper.

Fold the paper in half.

3 See what picture you get. This
is an ink blot picture that looks
like a land crab.



Make a Paddle Boat

1 Cut a flat piece of wood in this
shape with a square part cut out



in back. Put two nails on each
side.
2 A smaller piece of wood makes

the paddle. Tack a rubber
to it.

3 Put paddle in the back cut-out
part of the boat by looping the
rubber band over the two nails.
Wind up the paddle and watch
the boat go.

band

Duck that Swims

1 Cut this duck out and paste it to
a piece of cardboard. Cut the card- |

on the heavy lines.

se an old cork for the base

a slot on one side of the

and cut away the other side

make a flat bottom.

Place the duck in the slot and it

will float upright in water.



Cut
cork,
to

tw



Answer
to Crossword
1. Cas
2. Anja
3. Tin
4. Nan
5. Blauw
6. Juli
7. Na
8. Ruman

Pinta cu Ink

1 Basha un poco ink mei-mei di un
pida papel

Dobla e papel na dos

Mira kiko bo a pinta. Loke bo a
pinta cu e vlek di ink ta parce un
cangreuw.

2
3

Traha un Boto cu Chapalete

1 Corta un pida tabla segun e for-
ma aki y corta un pida cuadra
afor banda patras. Claba dos cla-






August 3, 1951

Pa Muchanan

A Duck That Swims

English to Papiamento Crossword Puzzle







cuadra s or.
2 Un pida tabla chikito ta sirbi pa
apalete. Claba un pida lastiek
itro di e chapalete.
3 Pone e chapalete den e pida cor






afor di e boto dooi
ra e lastiek cada banda na €
bonan. Dal un poco buelta n

y mira com e boto ta



Un Pato Cu

1 Corta e pato aki y peg
pida carton. Corta e ca
e marca diki.

Jsa un pida corki bieuw pa e para

ariba. Corta un gleuf na un ban-

Ta Landa



ariba un
rton ariba

2 Us



da di e corki y corta e otro ban-
da pa hacie plat.
3 Pone e pato den e gleuf y lo e



drief ariba awa.

Lago Church Gets
Special Award

The Lago Community Church has
received a special award for its con-
tributions to Christian international
relations through the new J
International Christian Univer
The award was announced in v

K y last month by Dr. Stanley
L. Stuber, -cuti retary of the
foundation res > for establish-
ment of the university just outside
Tokyo.

Rey. Donald R. Evans pastor of
the Lago Community Church, and all
organizations of the church contribut-
ed to the International Christian Uni-
versity.

The awards were based on financial
contributior group participation;
newspaper, radio, and television pre-
sentations; letters and announce-
ments regarding the project.

In addition to the Lago Communi-
ty Church, special awards also went
to 12 churches in the United States,
a state and city council of churches,
and a youth committee.

First phase of the educational pro-
gram of the new univ y will begin
in April 1952. A 36 ampus has





°


























been purchase Tokyo,
and several buildings now under
construction. The fina campaign



International Christian Uni-
has been extended from a
iod to six years.

Douglas MacArthur is
s ng as honorary chairman of the
project.

for the





send messages
y pulling on onc
other





side



<= Test your knowledge of English Di Rober Di Anbe
or Papiamento with this cross- pa Drechi Pabao
word puzzle. Put in the right 1. House 2 Year
Paniamento words. 3. To Have 4. They
Rompecaber di Ingles na Papiamenty 6. July 5. Blue
pprest bo inteligencia di Ingles wf 7. To
‘apiamento cu e rompecabez aki. Ye
na e palabranan correcto ri Papia =, Wrether
mento
bo, un r 1 di pida Aparato di Man Respendi



Un medio facil
taea

1 no perde tempo
rato aki pa manda respondi
di bo cas pa e di bo bisinja. Dos
pida cabuya of linja largo cu un caha
of bleki marra na cada banda por
worde usd pa manda respondi of pa














nanda cosnan chikito pa medio di
na un di e dos linjanan.
Contesta
8 Ruman
Index Nobo di COL
(Continua di Pagina 2)

mento di cos di empleadonan di Lago
desde cu e estudio or ial di costo di
bida a worde haci A anja 1941.
iki seguramente lo proba di ta di
gran importancia pa regla e sistema
di caleula costo di bida na Lago.
tudio di e resultadonan di Sr.
De Trude su estudio no a caba ainda.
Pero probablemente Directiva di Com-














pania y Lago Employee Council lo
yega na un combenio sati ctorio
pronto en cuanto e moda di v e re-

sultadonan di e estudio. Diseusionnan
canza tal doel a tuma lugar hen-








Doel di e estudio di Sr.
tabata pa trece e index
to di bida "up to date”. Lago su index
actual a drenta na rigor na anja
1941. Durante tur e anjanan te awor,
tabatin hopi cambio den custumbe
nan di cumpramento di cos di emple
donan di Lago. r. De Trude su job
anto y na ki ar-
adonan ta gasta nan |}
entrada. Pa yega na sa esaki, taba-
tin entrevistanan cu un grupo repre-
sentativo di empleadonan, kendenan
mester a contesta 800 pregunta cada
un, tocante di cumpramento di cos.

Despues cu a bini cla cu e entrevis-
tanan, e informacion a worde calcula
cu machiennan di tabulacion, y for di
Sr. De Trude por a haci su rap-
A tuma dos luna pa completé
e estudio.

De Trude

etual di cos-






















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VOL. 12 No. 16

PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO. LTD.

August 3, 1951



4 Elected to Esso New Cost of Living Study
Completed Late in July

Technical Consultant Laurence De Trude has completed his cost of
living study at Lago and made his report to Company Management and

Heights Committee

Frederick
Wiltshire



Delbert O. Ifill

Four candidates were elected
serve on the o Heights Advi
Committee in elections held Jul






and 24. Winning candidates
Eleazar A. Bend, M&C Gz 2
Transportation; Joseph Hinkson,



M&C Administration; Delbert O. Ifill,
M&C Electr id Frederick K,
Wiltshire, M&C Yard Department.
Mr. Bend and Mr. Hinkson were
the two candi s receiving the
highest number of votes, so each will











serve term of two years. The other
two members will serve one year
terr Term of office began on
August 1.

Purpose of the isso. Heights



Advisary Committee is to advise and
consult with the Company on resi-
dents’ problems in connection with
operation of the Esso Heights Quart-
ers and Dining Hall.



Sociologo Holandes
Ta Haci Estudio
Na Aruba

Un sociélogo Holandes di Oficine
di Bienestar y Informacion di Antil-
lanan Holandes ta na Aruba pa ci










un estudio di hendenan di Islanan
Barlovento. Esaki ta Dr. G. J.
Kruijer, kende ta studiando manera-



nan y custumbernan social di henc
nan di Saba, St. Eustatius, y
Holandes di St. Martin.

Dr. Kruijer a bishita e tres islanan
eaba. Ora cu el a haya sa cu hopi di
e habitantenan a bai Aruba y Cura-
cao pa traha den refinerianan di pe-
troleo, el a dicidi di inelui nan tambe
den su estudio.

Na Lago, Dr. Kruijer lo tin entre-
vista cu mas 0 menos cien empleado
di Compania cu ta bini for di e tres
islanan. Compania ta assistie dunan-
do nomber di empleadonan di Islanan
Barlovento, y dunando es empleado-
nan tempo liber cu pago pa entre-
vistanan cu Dr. Kruijer. Su estudio
na Aruba, cu a cuminza dia 30 di

e-
parti





E estudio aki ta di tres di un serie
cu Oficina di Bienestar y Informacion
ta haciendo di Islanan Barlovento;
e otro dosnan a worde haci pa dos
diferente economistanan di agricul-
tura.



Schedule of Paydays

Semi-Monthly Payroll
July 16-31 Wednesday, August 8
August 1-15 Thursday, August 23
Monthly Payroll

July 1-31 Thursday, August 9



the Lago Employee Council.

The study indicates — as expected — that changes have occurred in
buying habits of Lago employees since the original cost of living study

80 Mucha Homber
Arubiano Ta Bira
Aprendiz na Lago

Despues di recrutamento na school-
nan, Lago a scoge 80 mucha-homber
pa su School di Entrenamiento Voca-
cional na September. Nan lo cuminza
nan curso di cuater anja cu ta combi-
na trabao na school y experiencia
practica na trabao. Nan estudio lo
inclui cursonan di Ingles, Reekmento,
ciencia Pintamento mecanico, mate-
matica di tayer, y instruccion basico



‘den diferente ofishinan. Na final di
|nan entrenamiento, nan lo haya tra-

|y duna nan entrenamiento avanza

Juli, lo dura mas o menos nuebe dia. | trabaonan

baonan permanente den refineria.
Contando e klas di graduadonan di
e anja aki lo tin un total di mas di
440 mucha-homber cu a gradua di
Lago su Programa di Entrenamiento
for di tempo cu el a cuminza te awor.
Recrutamento e anja aki a_bolbe
tuma lugar riba e base original di
seleccion cu tabata na rigor tempo cu
e programa a worde estableci na
anja 1 E tempo ey, e programa
tabata solamente pa mucha-homber-
nan Arubiano. E cantidad di mucha-
hombernan accepta cada anja tabata
varia, segun e cantidad cu tabata ne-
cesario den refineria. Net promé, du-
rante y despues di Guerra, refineria
su necesidad pa e mucha-hombernan
tabata andi, compara cu e cantidad
di mucha-hombernan Arubiano cu ta-

















bata cualifica pa e pr ma. P’esey
tabata necesario di comp e canti-
cu refineria por a colocdé, cu



cha-hombernan cu no ta Arubiano.
asa riba calculonan di e cantidad
di mucha-hombernan cu a aplica ca-
do, I di
> empleo na nm mucha-
anhero e anja aki tambe.
Pero pa via cu e cantidad di aplican
ter bata asina halto — 282
el pa Lago cubri tur col
rio den refineria cu r
rnan Arubiano mes. Ade-
ha aki enbez di 95 mucha-
lo accepta solamentc


















mas e
homber, Lag
80 e anja aki.



°

IB. reduccion aki ta resultado directo
di Compania su plan pa futuro d
conduci e programa na paso cu Aruba
su School di Ofishi. zo ta spera
cu den futuro lo e por haya emplea-
donan di mes cualificacion for di e
School di Ofishi di Gobierno cu esnan
cu Lago ta hayando for di su Pro-
grama Vocacional.









Ora cu e grupo di 1941 gradua na
anja 1958, Compania ta spera di
completa e cantidad necesario cu gra-
duadonan di e School di Ofishi. E
cantidad di mucha-hombernan cu
Lago lo igui aecepta lo mengua poco-
poco tur anja, te ora cu e School di
Ofishi di Gobierno por yena necesi-
dad den refineria henteramente.

Ora cu esey ta posibel, Lago lo tu-
ma graduadonan di School di Ofishi

especial
Esaki lo caus

den refineria.
un cambio den Com-
pania su programa Vocacional, po-
niendo mas atencion riba entrena-
miento avanza en bez di entrenamien-
to primario manera a tuma lugar te
| awor.



Graduadonan di Lago su Programa
Vocacional, durante anjanan, a tuma
posicionnan di responsabilidad den
refineria y den nan comunidad. Co-
operacion entre programa di Lago y

Aruba su School di Ofishi lo duna
mucha-hombernan Arubiano mihor
oportunidad ainda pa ocupa nan

| puesto den bida social.



was made in 1941. It should prove
of definite value in bringing Lago’s
cost of living index up to date.
Study of results of Mr. DeTrude
survey is not yet completed. Howev
it is expected that Company Ma
gement and the Lago Employe
Council will come to a satisfactory
agreement concerning the application
of the study soon. Discussions to
achieve this end have been going on
this past week.
Purpose of Mr. DeTrude’s study |
was to bring the cost of living index
(Turn to Page 6, Column 1)














Visitors study the paintings of H.R.H. Princess Wilhelmina on exhibit at
th» Sociedad Bolivariana. The Exposition is open until August 4.

Huespednan ta admira cuadronan di S. A. R. Prinses Wilhelmina na exhibi-
cion na Sociedad Bolivariana. E cuadronan lo keda na Aruba te dia 4 di
Augustus, y di aki nan lo bai pa Surinam.

HRH Painting Exposition
Attracts Attention Here

Fifteen paintings of H. R. H. Princess Wilhelmina went on exhibit
two weeks ago at the Sociedad Bolivariana when Acting Lt Governor
F. A. Jas officially opened the exposition to the public. The paintings,
sepia and pen drawings, and sketches were selected for an exposition
in the Neteherlands Antilles and Surinam by H.R.H.

Aruba is Getting a Road Map

By the end of the year, Aruba’s motorists will have a valuable aid

they have long needed: a modern road map of the island. Final work |

on the map is nearing completion here, and it will be printed in New

York. It is expected that the maps will be available for island drivers |

by the latter part of this year. They

will be distributed by E:

| stations here.

Employees Should Cash in
All Commissary Coupons

Employees are again reminded that










they should promptly redeem all
unused Commissary coupons. Consi-
ole time nce self-

arted at the new Lago Com-
ind coupons went out of use.






However, due to vacations, illness, or
other reasons, some employ a
not he seen the notice

months ago that told them to cash

in their unused coupons.

Cash refunds for unused



coupons

will be made at the Cashier’s Office
in the General Office Building, and
the Marine Office during these hours:
to

8 a.m.
on wee
Saturday

to 4 p.m.

12 noon, 1 p.m.
y to 12

s; and from 8 on





Preparation of the map h
Lago’s

by
able a

carried
Division,

on
with

various Government offi







0 service



as been
Marketing
stance from





The map will be in color, and will

similar in
» road maps.
be printed

be





will in

appearance
Information
two

other
on it
languages:

to

English and Dutch. On one side will

be of

de

a brief history



Aruba, and

ailed maps of Oranjestad and the
surrounding area and of San Nicolas

and the Lago Concession.
The other side will contain a road

of the entire

map

island.

On this

side will be a number of features that

will be of valuable
island motoris

ious types of roads will



such as main highways,

roads, ete. The
(Turn to Page

country

Among them:

to
var-
be ind ed,
paved roads,
distance be-
4, Column 3)

stance





PRM Group Confers At Aruba





tors from New York and Creole pose together with A



ruba Refinery and

Marine men after the semi-annual Producer-Refiner-Marine (PRM) meeting
held here July 19 and 20. The meeting covered operational problems cov-

ering these three major divisions. Creole President A. T. Proudfit is

second from right

in the first row.



Bishitanan di New York y di Creole a reuni pa un portret cu hefenan di
Refineria y Marine di Aruba, despues di e reunion semi-anual ecu nan a
tene aki dia 19 y 20 di Juli.

shown

Aruba’s showing follows a success-

|ful exhibit in Curacao. After August

4 the paintings are scheduled to be
sent to Surinam. Considerable interest
was shown by the public during the
daily visits.

Empleadonan Mester
Troca nan Cuponnan

di Comisario pa Placa

Empleadonan ta worde recorda
atrobe cu nan mester troeca tur cu-
ponnan di Comisario asina pronto cu
ta posibel. Ya self-service” tin basta
tempo ta andando na Comisario y
nobo, y cuponnan ta foi uso.

Sinembargo, pa via di vacantie,
maleza, of otro motibonan, algun
empleado por a keda sin lesa e anun-
cio cu tabatin varios luna pasa, cual
anuncio tabata b cu mester troca
cuponnan pa placa, pa empleadonan
no hiba pérdida.

Cuponnan ta worde troca na oficina
di Cahero den Main Office y den Ma-
rine Office durante e siguiente ora-
nan:

Di 8 pa 12, y di 1 pa 4, foi Dialuna
te Diabierna; di 8 pa 12 tur Diasabra.





Dutch Sociologist

Starts Survey
In Aruba

A Netherlands sociologist from the
NWI Welfare & Information Bureau
is in Aruba to carry on a survey of
people from the Windward Islands.
He is Dr. G. J. Kruijer, a sociologist
who is studying the social habits and
patterns of people from Saba, St.
Eustatius, and Dutch St. Martin.

Dr. Kruijer has already visited
those three islands. When he found
that many residents of the three had
gone to Aruba and Curagao to work
in the oil refineries, he decided to ex-
tend his study of Windward Island
people to them.

At Lago, Dr. Kruijer will interview
approximately a hundred Company
employees from the three islands. The
Company is assisting him by furnish-
ing him with the names of Windward
Islands employees, and by giving
them time off with pay while they
are being interviewed. Dr. Kruijer



started his survey at Lago on July 30,
and expects to complete
days.

it in nine
y is the third
in a study now being carried
y the Welfare and Information
Bureau. First part was a survey
made by an agrarian economist in the
Windward Islands, and the second
was made by a soil economist.

Kruijer’s survey








Aruba Esso NEW s

PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER FRIDAY AT ARUBA, NETHERLANDS
WEST INDIES, BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO., LTD.
Printed by the Curacgaosche Courant, Curacao, N.W.1.



45-Year Old Car
Still Going Strong



Maduro
so and
Sanson

As an employee of S. E. L.
and Sons agents here for
Atlas products — W. M. L.







is naturally interested in automobiles. |

When he was in Holland recently, he
was especially interested in the 1906
Opel automobile he saw in the small |
Dutch village of De Kaag near Leiden
(see picture).

”This prehistoric vehicle still made
a trip to Paris last year without any
serious trouble,’ Mr. Sanson says. ;
"The only difficulty was punctures,
probably because the owners did not
purchase Atlas tires.”

Mr. Sanson also pointed out that
the 45-year old car ran on Esso
gasoline and was lubricated by Esso
products.

The sturdy old automobile
develop a nice speed, Mr. Sanson
says. It still has its original furnish-
ings, including carbide lamps and
leather upholstery. All parts are of
solid brass, nicely polished and shin-
ing.

"It must be wonderful not having
to bother about defective batteries,
starting engines, and sealed beams,”
Mr. Sanson says. "It might be a good
idea for modern car builders to install
the handbrake outside to add space
inside the car. The only thing is that
it might be a bit drafty.”

The ancient car certainly doesn’t
have the streamlined appearance of
today’s automobile. But, by still being
in operation 45 years after being
built, it’s proved that it’s a fine-built
machine worthy of respect.





Index di Costo di
Bida a Bini Cla

Consehero Téenico Laurence De
Trude a bini cla cu su estudio di costo

di bida y a entregA su rapport na
Directiva di Compania y na Lago
Employee Council.

E estudio ta indica — manera ta-
bata di spera — cu a bini hopi cam-

bionan den custumbernan di cumpra- |

(Continua na Pagina 6)

can still |

| College,

Lions Club Installs Officers

The Aruba Lions Club _ installed
new officers July 18. New president
of the group is Carlos Juliao. Other
of fic Wim Scholl, first vice
president; Claudio Maduro, cond
vice president; Tom Pietersz, third
vice president; Michael Kuipe :
cretary; Mano Morales, lion
Eduardo Viada, tail twister;
Salas, treas
Eugene Hz
and Roberto
rectors.

Among



rs are







tamer;
Harold





ll, Joseph
Lopez

d’ Aguiar,
Henriquez, di-





the special guests at in-
stallation ceremonies were Acting
Lt. Gov. F. A. Jas, who wished the
group success in the future; and
Pedro Irausquin and Jan Wester,
Lago’s two scholarship winners who
recently returned from a year’s study
in the States.

Pedro and Jan were there because
of their meeting in the States with
Iren2 Jacobs, the Aruban girl whose
hospitalization in Philadelphia is
being financed by a Lions Club drive.
Retiring President Monte Maduro
spoke of the boys’ kindnessess to
|Irene and to her mother here, to |
whom they had written a nice letter.

"In the name of the members of !
the Aruba Lions Club,” Mr. Maduro |
aid, "we wart. “to express our sin-
est thanks and appreciation for
the help, for the time, and for the
assistance you have given.’

Also reviewed at the meeting were
the accomplishments of the Club
during the past year; the two major
projects were the Irene Jacobs fund
drive, and the establishment of school
safety patrols.

Fair Opens Aug. 10

The August fair — to raise money
to establish an orphans’ home in
Aruba — opens Friday night, August
10. The fair will run for three week-
end: August 10-11-12; August 17-18-
19; and August 24-25-26.

The fair will be held at the Maria
Kloosterweg, in Oranjestad.
It will be open from 7 p.m. till 1 a.m.,
except on Sundays, when the opening
hour will be 4 p.m. Sundays will be
the special fair days for children. On
the last Sunday of the fair — August




















26 — a special costume ball for kids
will be held.
Admission to the fair will be 50

cents for adults, 25 cents for children
under 15 years old.

Various national groups in Aruba
are planning booths and _ entertain-
ment, to give the fair an internatio-
nal atmosphere.

The Lago Community Concert
Band will play at the fair’s opening
on August 10, as well as at two other
nights during the fair.

A huge turnout is expected, since
the fair promises plenty of entertain-



ment and amusement, and the pur-
pose — to raise money for an or-
phans’ home — is one that deserves

full support from island residents.

Executive Office Group Holds Party

renee y

Sas



KL! t



A good time was had by all...

records and several competent



in the center row,

Tur a goza hopi...

ky ai

at the party given by the Executive Office
Staff on July 12 at the American Legion Home.
guitar
inging. Guest of honor at the party was Evelyn Santjes, sixth from left
who is leaving for Holland to study.

Music was provided by

players, along with some group



na e fiesta cu empleadonan di Executive Office a tene

na American Legion Home dia 12 di Juli. E fiesta tabata un despedida na
honor di Evelyn Santjes, di seis foi banda robez, kende a bai Holanda
pa studia.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



Driving off the road is s
to do or to make other d
the U.S. list of highway
caused by driver-erro
wide while pass







killers and





pmething no driver
ivers do; yet it stands fifth on

Blinding lights o
ng may force another

ever expects
smashes
too often drivers

force

is almost always
swinging too
car off the road.





August 3,

1951

Usually some obstacle is waiting by the side to cause
like those shown in the pictures above.

And

forget that at every curve centrifugal

waits to

take over control.

Are You Ready for What May Happen on the Road?

Knowing a lot won't make anyone ,
a good driver (you have to use what |
you know, and there are also such

things as keeping brakes and lights
in good condition). However,
what to do in all sorts of situations
is an important part of it. Here is a



quiz on getting out of a tight spot. |



Each question has four po
answers but only one is correct,



just mark one. Then check you
in the answer section in column &

1. Upon hitting an unexpected
stretch of rough or washboard
road, the steering wheel should -

a ( ) Be held loosely

b ( ) Be swung from side to side a little
c ( ) Be held straight

d ( ) Be left entirely free

2. When in a skid, your foot should

be kept on the





























knowing |

| MODEL FoR
| SCREWBALL
DRIVERS







12. ‘Yhe safe distance between yveh-
icles going 60 kilometers -
a ( ) Equal to speedometer reading in
meters
b ( ) Twice the speedometer reading in
meters
e ( ) 70 meters
d ( ) Twice the length of your vehicle
13. If the rear of your car
the right on a slippery
sou should -
a ( ) Swing the steering wheel from side
to side
b ( ) Turn the steering wheel to the
right
ce ( ) Turn the steering wheel to the left
id ( ) Hold the steering wheel still
14. What would you do if another
car came straight at you on the
wrong side of the road?
a (_) Pull to the left so he could pass
on the right
b ( ) Pull over to the center so you
could dodge either way
ce ( ) Keep in your own lane
d ( ) Pull as far as possible to the right
and even take to the shoulder
15. When you meet glaring head-
lights at night, what should you
do.
a ( ) Keep your eyes on the left side of
the road
b ( ) Look at the right side of the road
ec ( ) Look straight ahead
d ( ) Wear sun glasses

Industrial Hygienist

nklin W. Church
Jersey industrial hygi



ne engineer.



The Standard Oil Development
Company recently announced the
appointment of Franklin W. Church

as an industrial hygiene engineer in
its medical research division. His
duties will consist of developing and
ing out field investigations in
, plants, and laboratories of
affiliated and associated com-
of Jersey Standard; he will
to find out where potential
health hazards exist, and assist in
planning control measures where






the
panies

seek





a ( ) Accelerator
b ( ) Brake
e ( ) Cluteh
d () Brake and clutch
3. When you take a curve, it is
best to
a ( ) Slow down while in the curve
b ( ) Slow down before reaching the
curve and feed the gas a bit while |
in it.
c ( ) Slow down and drive straight
»ss the curve
d ( ) Keep to the outside of the curve
4. The safe driver avoids trouble
by -
a ( ) Driving slower than other traffic
b ( ) Developing a fast reflex action
ce ( ) Obeying all the signs and traffic
rules
d ( ) Recognizing trouble in the making
— defensive driving
5. When you strike an unexpected
patch of bumpy road -
a () Step on the brake
b ( ) Step on the clutch
¢ ( ) Step on the brake and clutch
d ( ) Keep the foot on the accelerator
6. To make a quick stop at high
speed -
a (_) Step on the brake and clutch hard
b () Use a pumping action on the
brakes, and do not step on the
clutch
c ( ) Use the clutch and brake and also
the hand brak
d ( ) Step on the brake after shifting in-
to lower gear or "double clutching”
7. When you are going at high
speed and a rear tire blows out,
the best thing to do is -
a ( ) Keep the foot on the accelerator
b ( ) Make an emergency stop
c (_) Throw out the clutch and let the
car roll to a stop
d ( ) Double clutch
8. The main cause of skidding is -
a ( ) Brake improperly adjusted
b ( ) Slippery streets
c ( ) Smooth tires
d ( ) Driving too fast for conditions
9. If your right wheels get off into
the rough sho r of the road,
you should first -
1 () Turn the steering wheel quickly to
cet back on the
b ( ) Steer straight and s' n gra-
dually
e ( ) Make an emergency stop
d ( ) Get the left wheels off, too, and
then cut back onto the pavement
10. Who has the right of way if
you are approaching an_ inter-
section and a pedestrian is on
the erosswal!:?
a ( ) You have
b ( ) You have if you sound your horn
c ( ) The pedestrian has
d ( ) Neither has
11. If two vehicles approach an open
intersection at right angles at
the same time, which one has the
right of way?
a ( ) The vehicle on the driver's left
b ( ) The vehicle traveling the faster
c ( ) The vehicle on the wider street
!d ( ) The vehicle on the driver's right



| necessary. It is expected that he will





(b)
2, (a)
3. (b)
4. (d)
5. (d)
6. (b)
es itm)
8. (d)
9. <(b)
10. (ec)
11. (d)
12; \(¢)
13. (b)
14, (d)
15. (b)

in the
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Mr.

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Compa
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vancement of §
Conference

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make studies at Jers



degrees
Univer
addition, 1
courses

Physio
Univers
In addition to opera

Church
Re

joined

medicine

. That

srican
tion,
Americ

ing



Swinging the wheel from side to
side a little eases the shock, and
the front end won't jump so high.
The





most important thing is to
keep traction. This can only be
done with the foot on the accele-

rator. Applying
cause complete
control.

It is always safer to slow down
before a curve than to apply
your brakes while on a curve.
The real secret of safe driving is

your
loss

brake
of

may
steering







your ability to anticipate. Take
nothing for gra If the car
ahead signals fi right turn



figure that he just may turn left.
To apply your brake may make
you lose steering control. Ease off
the accelerator and let the engine
slow you down.

Leave the foot off the clutch (to
keep from killing the motor) until
the car has just about come to a
stop. Use a pumping action on
the brake, thus allowing the full
use of the rear-wheel brakes.
this method on all stops,
cially emergency ones,
the foot off the
mit the motor
brake, You st
faster this wa









Use
spe-
By leaving
clutch, you
to act a
p twenty per cent
» with less wear on





er-



also















car and tires.

Applying the brakes is likely to
throw the car into a side-slip or
sp se the foot off the acce-
lerator, and let the engine slow
the car until it is safe to apply
the b lightly.

An accident on a slippery street



is always due to driving too fast
for conditions.
You should never cut
highway at a high rate of speed.
If the shoulder is lower than the
pavement, the car will swerve out
f control. Steer straight and slow
down gradually. Then cut back on
sharp angle

an always has
any place

back on a





the

any



2 vehicle on the
Under pe
at least
lometer

right.
fect conditions it takes
0 meters to stop at 60
speed. By keeping 70
meters between cars at thi
playing safe

You must always turn the
ing wheel in the direction of the
skid. This helps the forward-
motion pull against the skid.

ever try to dodge to the wrong
side of the road. If an accident
occurs, you may be blamed. You
should pull to the right; take to

drivers







speed
yo



are

steer-













the shoulder of the road ‘if neces-
sary
By looking over the engine cowl-
ing of your car at the right side
of the road, you can define your
position on the road and. still
glare out of your ey
be able to e the on-
coming vehicle through your side

Adapted

from "Cosmopolitan"

refineries both



United States and foreign
ies.

Church received both bachelor
sence and master of scie




at
In
graduate
at the
Applied
the

chemical
of

in igineering
Colora
taken
hygiene
of

and



industrial

iboratory
Cincinnati,
Michig

in
ing Le
gy in
of



at





a business
Mr.
iginee1 th
mington Arms, Ine. In 1943
the division of industrial
at the University of Cc
medical center; h became

the of industrial
and toxicology in 1945 and
ing director of the division in
was the position he held
joined the Development

own for several years,

was a



process ¢





of section

he
ny.
Church is a member
Industrial Hygiene
Chemical Society,
Health Association,
in Association for the Ad-
ience, and American
of Governmental In-
1 Hygienists. He has written
papers dealing with matters
to industrial hygiene, che-



American
an Public








mistry, and engineering.




August 3, 1951

NEW ARRIVALS

RY, Clarence: a son, John Joseph,



Roman: a son, Ladislo Rey-



MCDERMOTT, Bernard: a daughter, Donna
Maureen, June
THEYSEN, Juan: a son, Michael Eugene



June 28
CANNEGIETER, Thomas: a son, Wilfred
Winston, June 28
WOUT, Luis: a daughter, Pedro Edwin
June 29
MARTYN, Antonio: a son, Pedro Edwin
June 29
HENRIQUEZ, Victoriano: a daughter, Lu-
cinda Emiliana, June 30,






TROMP. 1 daughter, Froilan
Mathilde June 30.

MARTINEZ, Angel: a daughter, Maria Del
Balle, July 2

KROTTNAUER, Arthur: a son, Johan Ka-
rel, July

TROMP, Se a daughter, Leoncita
Petra, July
GONSALEZ, Santiago: a daughter, Lurdes

Maria, July






SKEETE, Fits: a daughter, Renee Algitha,
July

EWING-CHOW, Shayle: a daughter, Shel-
ley I res, July 6

BOBE ijah: a daughter, Catherine Pearl
Jul

MADURO, Jacobo: a son, Benedicto.
July 7

LACLE, Mateo: a son, Reuben Roland,




Nicolaas: a son, Karel Enrique,

BERNARD, Frederick: a son, July 9

KOCK, Francisco: a daughter, Gladys
Mary. July 9
TROMP, Guillermo P.: A son, Rufino Se-
gundo, born July 10
Jim: A son, James Patrick, born
10.
David J.: A son, Charles Desmond
July 10.
NCIS, Fabian S.: A son, Jeffrey Edi-



on. born July 1
CUFFY, Harold ¢ A daughter, Alexan-
drena Jane, born July 11
JES, Inocencio: A son, Jose Maria, born
uly 1



JANSEN, Pablo: A daughter, Greta Ana- |

cleta, born July 1
HYMAN. Wilfred
Roy, born July 13
TROMP, Juliaan P.: A son, Jacobo Ana-
clet rn July 13
POMPIER, Charles C.: A son, Charles Ben-
on rn July 13
IRONS, Ivan S.: Twin daughter, Diane Mo-
nica & Suzanne Mary, born July 14.
THOMAS, Adolphus: A daughter, Norma
Janet, born July 15
LO A NJOE, Philip J A son, Clark
vorn July 15
Francisco A son, Carmelo,

A son, Dennis Le


















F.: A daughter, Philo-
born July 17
A daughter Marce-

A son, John Nathan,

on T. A daughter, Le
n July 19

el A daughter, Sylvia Patri-
born July 19.





A daughter, Rufina





RANKE mundo L.: A daughter, Ju-
liana Margarita, born July
THOM, Vine



: A daughter, Elain Ermine,
+: A daughter, Edna Maria,

A daughter, Magdalena





ENKANA, Harry
Deen, born July
ILLIS, Maurille L.: A daughter, Nelcia Ser-

tin born J
LOPEZ

1
A.: A son, Raymond
aie

A son, Daniel, born

July
BEDEAU, Laurence: A son, Lionel Lloyd
born July 21

HACK, Abdul A son, Hack Jr., born




Bertin T.: A son, Bertin Cle-
born July 22





, Apolonario



daughter, Thea

A daughter, born

81 Boys Graduate Aug.17

Eighty-one boys — members of the
apprentice class of 1947 — will re-
ceive their diplor in graduation
exercises August 17. The exercises
will be held at the Lago Club at 2
o'clock in the afternoon.

An exhibition of various work
done by the graduating class will be
on display, and the ceremonies will
be followed by a refreshment and
social hour,

A highlight of the ceremonies will
be the naming of the two outstanding
graduates who will receive scholar-
ships for advanced study in Allen-
town, Pennsylvania. This will be the
third year that these scholarships
have been awarded.

This will be the ninth apprentice
class to graduate; their graduation
will bring to 444 the number of boys
who have successfully completed
Lago’s apprentice training program.














Lagoites Aid India

Several Lago employ
received thanks for their aid in help-
ing relieve the famine situation in
India. They were K. R. Soobrian,
Charles Rohee, Cecil Gray, Norman
Singh, Robert Khan, and David E.
Armoogan.

Thanks to the group came in a let-
ter from the India Food Relief Com-
mittee, Inc. of New York City. The

*s last month






"unselfishly made a small contribu-
tion to help purchase grain for fa-
mine-stricken areas in India.”.



C. Peeren won 1000 for his idez
when extensive welding
» needed. The idea, adopted,
aved much turnaround time.







A simple ide
was H. K. Ollivi



rre’s suggestion that
departments use white rags instead
cheese-cloth





submitted the idea of tying the out-
let of the new fuel oil tubular coolers
into the main 6” fuel oil bunkering |
line. The idea proved to be y
providing plant fuel oil to the
refinery and to |



H. Taylor, Safety
suggested changes
letter noted that these six Lagoites | hot work cer

Field Office,

cates for tanker

idea won an award of Fls. 500.

adoption of this idea will result in a
saving of ocean tanker time.



ARUBA ESSO NEWS

CYI's for May Total
Fils. 5245 for 60 Ideas

An average of Fis. 85 per idea went to 60 CYI
winners during the month of May for their sug-
gestions concerning safety, time and cost saving,
and improvement of working conditions, You too,
if you are as alert as these suggestors, can profit
from CYI. Send in your idea: to CYI.

List of Winners

Fis. 1000

C. Peeren fls 1000

Install A. C. Welding Machines on
T-2 Tankers when extensive Weld-
ing Repairs needed.

Fils. 750





M. L. Brennan fls 750

Increase agency fees - Mene
Grande Oil Company ve

Fis. 700

W. C. Richey fls 700
Tie outlet of new fuel oil tubular
coolers into main 6” fuel oil bunk-
ering line.

Fis. 500

M. H. Taylor fls 500
Change in issue of hot work certi-
ficate - Tankers.

Fis. 250

H. K. Ollivierre fls
Departments to use white
instead of che cloths.

Fis. 240

U. Viaun fls 240
Proposed stairs to tanks no. 490
and no. 416 ete.

Fils. 150

D. Pung fls 150
Use figures in cables instead of
words.









Fls. 100

Il. Donk fls 100
Tie in line, valves & controller
vapor rele: line to feed gas line-
AAR no. 2.



G. Hemstreet fls 100

Us2 of airgram plant-wide where
applicable

FIs. 50

B. Bisram fls 50
Include Golf Club personnel under
periodical medical examination.

P. Nunes fls 50
Tie in bleeder lines to strip crude
tanks ete. — Bleeding H.O. Charg-
ing Pumps — V.B.



| J. Oduber fls 50

Redesign of 10 foot ladder.
Walter I. Sluizer fls 50

Install protective device on road

side of High Pressure sub-station.





S. J. Speziale fls 50
Construct ramp, ting and/or
install proper drainage - Esso
Dining Hall.

Aw. Paitt fls 50




Substitute concrete for metal tanks
- Utility Buildings - Esso Heights

Fis. 45

C, Barnes fls 45
Elevate tar suction line to no. 3 &
no. 4 tar pumps - no. 1 & no. 4
Comb. Units.

Fis. 40

V. A. Frederick fils 40
Provide illumination at steam
pumps - no. 111 and no, 101.

P. E. Norden fls 40
Install bleeder valves on Propane
Abs. Lean oil coolers water outlet
line, ete

M. D. Peterson fls 40
Place metal bracket on panel board
of Fenske Column - no, 2 Lab.

M. Thomas fls 40
Parking plan - Esso Dining Hall.





J. R. Beaujon fls



Fis. 35
35
Install guard under bridge trolley
wires - Machine Shop.

Fils. 30

G. Rigot fls 30
Install plugs in open valves -
Insert gas line.

F. J. Breusers fls 30
Connect 142” line & valves from
N.D. & P.D. Cond. boxes coil outlet
to gland oil recovery drums - Vis
Units 9; 10, & 12:





H. J. Burns fls 30)

Install railing or guard on ramps
between tanks no. 98 & no. 2:

W. Dublin 30
Install guard to motor - cold
storage cabinet - o Club store
room.






P. Gonsalves fls 30
Install line and valve from butane
water discharge line to propane
water pump discharge pump.





| O. J. Mauricio fls 30

remoto mike test bench -



Ww. fls 30
Discontinue use of shorthand note-
book for C.Y.I. agenda.

Cc. Ll. Tromp fls 30
Use typewriter with Spanish type

letters for Papiamento translators.

Fis. 25

E. H. Armstrong fls 25
Provide alternate method of pay-

ing off discharged seamen.

M. Blaize fls 25
Install drinking water cooler on
deck of repair dolphins.

S. G. de Abreau fls 25

e in line from water line at
field pump-tar dist. pump area.

J. F. de Leon fls 25
Relocate drain line under tank on
H.O. Pump roof from ground area
to lube oil pipe trench no. 3 C.U.

J. F. de Leon fls
Hook up funnel drain under sample
bleeder to sewer no. 3 C. Unit, ete

L. Ellis fls 25
Safety (traffic) hazard - Hospital
road,

C. K. Jardine fls









)
Paint with luminous paint - k
Gauge - Bobs.

V. A. Mondinho fls 25

Add side rails to bridge south of
Lago Heights B.Q. No. 12.

F. Parris fls 25
Lago Heights Club to make stencil
of L.C. Activities.





M. Thomas fls 25
Improve ventilation - Ladies rest
room & study - High School.

J. Werleman fls 25



Install bleeder on air line to ho
above block valves - no. 1, 2 & 4
Finger Piers.

Fis. 20





fls 20
stall new table or extend old one
- checking gravities - no. 3 & 4,
C.U.
A. J. Creft
Install extinguisher in salt
pumphouse - A & FE.
J. E. Daniel fls 20
Provide containers for Life jackets

on launches Nos, 1, 2, 3,4.

J. P. de Leon
Rotate N.D. to storage
valve - no. 8 Comb. Unit.





Cc. Gill fls 20
Relocate drain line on North side
of water strainer - no. 10, Crude
Still.

E. Halman fls 20



Rotate air valve on line East of

no. 3 C.U, Reducer Furnace.













| A suggestion to increase agency fees

| for Mene Grande Oil Company

| merited a Fls. 750 award for M. L.
Brennan, Marine Office.





U. Vlaun, LOF, proposed that stairs
_be placed to tanks no. 490, 416, etc.
The idea was adopted as a matter of
convenience and safety for personnel
‘handling the gauging and sampling
of tanks. The idea merited Fls. 240.

H. J. Hengeveld fls 20
Relocation of existing facilities
- Lago Heights Clubhouse.

J. Lambert fls 20
Eliminate ditto carbon when typ-
ing letters and memos. When no.
of copies are 8 or less.

| J. Lambert fls 20
Standardize purchase of 5 drawer
filing cabinets.

H. A. Lopez fls 20
Install b sr - Porch to Chem.
Laboratory - no. 2 Laboratory.

H. A. Lopez fls 20
Install wire type sash lifts on flat
mesh of glass ware carriers Lab. 2.

H. A. Lop fls 20
Install e nguisher in Elevator -
Lab no. 2.







A. Lubrin fls 20
Install stairway - South West

corner Utility Building North of
Old Hydro Electric shop.

L. E. Marchena fls 20
Provide Safety helmet supply on

tugs Colorado Point, Delaplaine
& Noord.

I. R. Martinez fls 20
Cigaret Urns - G.O.B. Utility
Rooms.

H. P. Moore fls 20

Signs at Reef Dock & Harbor
Dolphins with relation to passes.

M. D. Peterson fls 20
Use skeleton blend sheets - T. B.
Stills - No. 2. Laboratory.

W. Sluizer fls 20
Raise platform at no. 1 & 2 Crude
Pumps - Central Pumphouse.

E. Tromp fls 20
Provide Paper towels in Utility
Building S.E. of Vocational Shops.

T. J. Woodley fls 20
Provide handles to manhose covers
- no. 2 Finger Pier.





Traffic Signs for Tank Farm

Efforts are being made to prevent
employees from driving to and from
work in operating areas near the
Tank Farm. It is all right to drive
through the Tank Farm’s main road.
However, drivers have been using
operating areas, such as the Ethyl
Blending Plant s_ thorough-
fares, and this creates various
haz:

Signs will be put up soon in these
areas, pointing out that they are
operating areas, not thorough-fares.








ARUBA ESSO NEWS





Today's Bicyclist is
Tomorrow's Motorist

~Today’s Bicyclist is Tomorrow’s
Motorist.” This was the theme of a
talk given Friday July 20 by Lago
Police Chief Gilbert B. Brook which
launched a timely campaign to teach
safety to bicycle riders.

Addressing a group of parents and
children at the Esso Club Theater,
Chief Brook emphasized the need for
knowledge of safet
the roads. Proper training carrie:
over into adult life, for today’s
bicycle rider will soon become a
motorist.

Pertinent to the immediate problem
of reducing potential accidents, Chief
Brook noted three basic points: the
need for skill in bicycle riding, the
need for proper
and the importance of keeping the
bicycle in a safe operating condition
with the proper lights, reflectors,
and brakes.

All rules pertaining to the use of
the roads should be observed. This
applies not only to bicycle riders, but
to motorists, for courtesy and coope-
ration on the part of all users of







rules while using














the roads will help to reduce acci- |

dents.

In conclusion, Chief Brook outlined
the function of the Police Department
in the safety program. The function
of the police is essentially prevention
of accidents, not punishment for
accidents. Both parents and children
can cooperate in this goal by calling
upon the police in case of need and
helping them in their program.

The bicycle safety program is
being extended to schools over the
island through the medium of talks,
posters, and photographs.





A maze of pipes used to support a poured concrete
ng jungle as an addition to the
colony high school is ereeted. These hundreds of sup-
reinforced concrete
above hardens. In the meantime, it’s an intricate job
for the concrete workers of the Masons and Insulators.

roof forms a confus



ports will be removed when the



care of the bicycle, |

|ningun sorto di trobbel”, S




Bicycle Riding can be pleasure... and it can be tragedy. The picture at

left illustrates a bicycle rider who follows safety rules to enjoy cycling,

and the picture at the right shows how tragedy can strike when rules are
violated.



Coremento di bicicleta ta pret, pero e por bira tragedia tambe, si bo no tene

cuidao. E portret na banda robez ta mus' un ciclista, cu ta sigui regla-

nan di Seguridad gozando, mientras cu e portret na banda drechi ta mustra
com tragedia ta sigui ora cu un ciclista no haci caso di reglanan.

|New Road Map

(Continued from page 1)

Auto Fabrica Na
1906 Na Uso Ainda



tween various points will be noted

Como empleado di Firma S. E. L.|in miles and kilometers. Points of
Maduro & Sons — agentenan di pro- | interest — such as churches, govern-
ductonan di Esso y di Atlas — ta ment buildings, beaches, consular
natural cu W. M. L. Sanson ta in-| offices, hotels, clubs, police stations,
den automobiel. Na Holanda ete. — will be listed and illustrated.

Road signs will be shown in color,
and one-v streets will be indicated.
Elevations, such at Mt. Hooiberg and
Yamane will be shown, will

recientemente, e tabata especialmente
a den un auto marca Opel di
1906, cu el a mira na e pueblo

. Leiden. (Mira e











as







portret.) various island residential districts
"TE vehiculo prehistorico aki < In addition to present roads, the
ci un biaha pa Paris anja _ map will also show roads that are



projected for the future.



ta bisa. "Unico dificultad tabata flat Of invaluable assistance to Lago
tairu, probablement> pasobra e don- in preparation of the map were var-







jo no a pone tairu Atlas bao dje ious government departments. Among
auto.” those who cooperated by providing
Sr. nson di tambe cu e auto di help were the Governor’s Office,
45 anja ta usa gasoline y otro pro- Survey Department, Police De
ductonan di ment, Post Office, Census O



Public Works, and the Tourist Com-





E auto biew pero wapo ta corre
cu un velocidad basta regular. Ainda | mission.
e tin e lampinan moda _ bieuw The need for a modern road map
(carbide) y cusinchinan di cuero. Po-|of Aruba has grown increasingly
diser ta un bon idea pa fabricante-| greater during the past few years



S.
Lago’s new Esso road map should fill
that need by serving as an accurate
guide to island motor With it,



nan di autonan moderno pone hand-
rem p’afor di autonan pa haya mas
lugar p’aden di nan.






FE auto bieuw aki no tin stream-| Lago will join other Esso affiliates
line manera autonan moderno, pero) which are providing a valuable public
siendo na uso 45 anja despues cu el | servi by making available to the



a worde fabrica ta proba cu e ta un the famous

producto di worde respeta.

motoring
road maps.

public



No, esaki no ta mondi, esaki ta uniciamente stellage
pa bashamento di un dak di cement na School di Colony,

cu mester a worde haci mas ndi. Despues cu e ce-

ment seka tur e stellage lo bini abao atrobe, pero mien-

tras tanto empleadonan di Masons & Insulators tin hopi
ocupacién,







‘Aruba Lo Haya

Mapa di Camindanan To Start Training
/ na Stacion di Esso

Na fin di anja, Aruba su automo-
bilistanan lo tin un gran ventaha cu
hopi tempo tabata d ly nece-
sario, esta un mapa cu ta mus
e camindanan riba Aruba,
a0 final riba e mapa ta binien-
» y € mapa lo worde imprimi na
York. Si plannan bai door ma-
nera ta worde spera, e mapanan lo
keda na disposicion di automobilista-
nan na fin di anja. Nan lo worde par-











iz



| ti na stacionnan di gasolin di Esso.



Mar ing Division di Lago tabata
eneargé cu trahamento di e mapa, cu
yudanza di oficinanan di Gobierno. E
mapa lo sali na color y lo ta parecido
na otro mapanan di Esso. Na un ban-
da lo tin un historia cortico di Aruba,
y mapanan detaya di Oranjestad y
lugarnan ey rond, di San Nicolas y
di Concesion di Lago. Informacion lo
worde imprimi na dos idioma: Ingles
y Hulandes.

E otro banda di e mapa lo contene







|| un mapa di henter e isla. Na e mes
!un banda lo tin tambe algun informa-

cion di importancia pa automobilista-
nan, entre otro, diferente sortonan di
caminda lo worde indica, manera ca-
mindanan principal, camindanan as-
falta, camindanan di cunucu. Distan-
cianan entre varios lugarnan lo wor-
de duna na milla y na kilometer.

Puntonan di interes, manera mis
nan y kerkinan, edifcionan di Gobie
no, beachnan, oficinanan di consul-
nan, hotelnan, clubnan, warda di Po-
lies, ete. lo worde indica, como tambe
borchinan di reglanan di trafico den
nan colornan original. Ceronan ma-
nera Hooiberg y Yamanota, y varios
districtonan residencial lo parce riba
e@ mapa.

Ademas di camindanan eu tin ae-
tualmente, e mapa lo mustra tambe
camindanan planed pa futuro.

Varios departamentonan di Gobier-
no a duna hopi asistencia na Lago pa
» mapa.
lad pa un mapa asina di
Aruba a crece masha den ultimo an-
janan. Lago su mapa lo sirbi di guia
pa automobilistanan y cu es mapa
Lago a imita afiliadonan di Esso na
otro lugarnan, cu ta ofrece un
cio na publico, poniendo na disp
cion di automobilistanan e mapanan
conoci di Esso.











3 Promoted in P.R.



Top left

Robert W. Schlageter

Top right
George C. Rike

Bottom left

Thomas J. Boylan



Promotions went last month to
three men in the Public Relations
Department. They were Robert W.
Schlageter, George C. Rike, and

Thomas J. Boyl
Mr. Schlageter



n.
named to the















new position of sistant public
relations director; Mr. Rike succeeded
him publications editor; and Mr.
Boylan succeeded Mr. Rike as as-
sistant publications editor.

Mr. Schlageter with Lago
from 1929 until 1, when he
returned to the States to finish
college. He returned to Aruba in

August 1933, and held posts in the



Accounting Department and
tive

until the Aruba
started in 1941, when he
came its editor.
Mr. Rike came to Lago in Decem-
ber 1947 as istant publications
editor; Mr. Boylan started in July
1949 as publications assistant.

Office











August 3, 1951

80 Aruban Boys

Following recruiting in island
schools, Lago has selected 80 Aruban
boys to enter the Company’s Voca-
tional Training School nex Septem-
ber. There they will begin a four-
' combination course in school
y and actual experience on the
job. Their studies will include courses
|in English, arithmetic, science, 1
chanical drawing, shop mathematics,
and basic instruction in various re-
| fin At the end of their
| training, t will be assigned to re-
gular refinery jobs.

When this year’s graduating class
receives its diplomas later this
month, over 440 boys will have gra-
duated from Lago’s Vocational Pro-
gram.

This year’s
return to the













recruiting marked a
original basis for
selection of bo set up when the
program was ablished in 1935.
that time, the program wa:
| Specifically for Aruban boy

The number of boys hired varied
| from year to year, depending on re-
finery needs. Just before, during and
after World War II, refinery needs
were high compared to the number
of Aruban boys who could meet the
program’s standards. In order to meet















| these needs, it became nece airy to
' supplement the number of Aruban
boys hired by accepting a limited

number
parents.

Based on pre-recruiting
of the number of bo
apply for the program th
vas thought that it would ag:
ary to offer employment to a
few of this group. However, due to
the large number of applicants - 282 -
it became quite evident that Lago’s
needs could be met by qualified
Aruban boys. This w. particularly
true in view of the fact that the
Company reduced its offers of
employment from 95 to 80.

This reduction is a direct result
of the Company’s long range plan
of integrating its Vocational Program
with the newly-formed Aruba Tec
nical School. In future years, it

of boys of non-national

estimates




















y is
expected that the Aruba Technical
School will be able to supply Lago
with



the same potential type of
it it is now getting from
ational Program.

Company expects to supple-
ment its 1951 group with qualified
graduates of the Aruba Technical
School in 1953; these will be the first
boys to graduate from that School.
The number of boys that the Com-
will hire each year to start
vocational training will be further



t





reduced until such time as the Aruba

T



il School is able to completely
atisfy the refiner needs.

When that happens, Lago plans to
B graduates of the Aruba Techni-
11 School and give them advanced
training to prepare them for the
pecial requirements of refinery
work. This will cause a revision in
the Company’s Vocational Program,
pacing the empha on advanced
raining rather than primary training


























1S been done in the past.
Graduates go’s Vocational

Program hav the AY'S, {

on into pc of responsibility

both in the refinery and in the com-

munity. Integration of Lago’s pro-

gram with the Aruba Technical



School will provide Aru boys with
even better opportunities for assum-
ing their place in community life.

DID YOU KNOW ?

THAT OlL RESEARCHERS
USE AN ELECTRONIC MICROSCOPE
WHICH PHOTOGRAPHS GREASE FIBRES
MEASURING 29.37 MILLIONTHS OF AN
INCH? THIS INSTRUMENT, WHICH MAG-
NIFIES UP TO 26,000 TIMES, 1S ONLY
ONE OF THE SCIENTIFIC TOOLS WHICH
OIL MEN USE TO
IMPROVE PRESENT
_) PRODUCTS AND TO
CREATE NEW ONES.

=















n

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



August 3, 1951

News and Views



Universal-International film star Yvonne De Carlo models the latest in
beach wear: a green, two-piece multidrape sued bathing suit.



Yvonne de Carlo di Universal-International ta presenta ultima moda pa
beach: un trahe di bano di gamoes berde, y renchi di orea di perla.



fun for all at the Industrial and Public Relations Empleadonan di Industrial y Public Relations a pasa
Picnic held at Palm Beach on July 14. Here a group bon na un Pienic cu a tuma lugar na Palm Beach
listen to the entertainment provided by Bennie Rom- dia 14 di Juli.

bouts and George Hemstreet. Activities included soft-

ball, swimming, other sports, and eating of plenty of

good food.







in,



before his marriage to Miss Betty Weste The wedding was held at
St. Francis Church, Oranjestad, on July 21. The couple will live at Balashi.



Members of the recently formed Football Steering Committee meet to
discuss the present interdepartmenal football competition. From left to right
are: Evaristo Amaya, Bob Martin, Jose LaCruz, John L. Wever, Edney J.
Nuckleman, Juan Briezen, Simon Geerman, and Mateo Reyes. Chairman of
the Committee is Simon Geerman. Coordinator for the games is John Wever.



Anslem J. Augustine di Storehouse ta ricibi felicitacion di O. A. Goodwin
Prome cu su casamento cu Seforita Betty West urger. E matrimonio a
tuma lugar na Misa di San Francisco na Oranjestad dia 21 di Juli.












Miembronan di e Comite di Futbal cu a worde or;
reuni pa discuti e competitie actual di futbal ¢







Can you top this? Cornelis Jarza-
garay of the Welding shep went
fishing during his vacation from the
wrecked ship “Antilla” at M z
Although the fish were® bitin
big fish shown in the picture abov
kept ripping the fish from his hook
Corneiis invested a good-sized fis!
as bait (his bait cost at least

ollar), used his strongest hook anc
» and went af the big fish. I
struck, and the battle was on. Wit!
the heip of Jan Lacle using a har
poon, the monster was finaily kille«
and dragged in. It weighed 40
pounds; was 6 feet, 8 inches in lengtt











Durante su vacantie, Cornelis d
Yarzagaray di Welding Shop a vangi
un pisca di 408 liber y un largura d
6 pia y ocho duim banda di e vapo
Rvelant Senticance peer Nees al: ne oe : 2 gesink "Antilla” na Malmok. E pise
yn + jes, Executive Office, leaving for Holland to study, is given grandi tabata pasa come tur e pis
a farewell gif: by her fellow employees in the office. Terry Pimento nan cu Cornelis tabata vangu; C
makes the presentation (left). The presentation was 2 on July 12, and nelis a dicidi di tira e lifia di mas
later that day a party was held at the American Legion Hom2 for the diki y e anzue di mas fuerte cu e ta- » learning about safety early. They are members of the Vocational
Executive Office Group. (see picture on page 2). batin, cu un haas basta grandi. Ora Training School’s 1950 class (group 2), and they recently completed 50
~ . y a cu el a vangu e pisca grandi, e ani- consecutive working days withc any type of injury.
yn Santjes, di Executiv: Office, kende a bai Hulanda pa studia, ta mal tabata Gorin a Ree eee mene en i
ee pease ee pedide. cerce SRS Senora Terry Pi- pe seapa. Jan Lacle, kende tabata Seguridad ta un asunto di gran importancia pa tur empleadonan di Lago.
Ciestas o: eg a) see ie a z 1, y Somes dia nan a duna un pisea hunto cu Cornelis, mester a dale Ye mucha-hombernan aki ta cuminza sinja esey foi principio. Nan ta miem-
esta pa vighera-estudiante na American Legion Ho un harpoen pa maté, y di e moda ey bronan di Klas di 1950 di School di Entrenamiento Vocacional, y
nan a vangu e monstruo. mente nan a cumpli 50 dia sigui sin ningun sorto di accidente.











E










One of the high points of the busy

concert given by the Lago Community Concert

the Lago Club was the
Band, Rey. D. R. Evans

weekend at

conducting.

Un numero riba e programa interesante durante weekend di decimo ani-
versario di Lago Club, tabata un concierto duna pa Lago Community Con-

cert Band. Domi

Evans tabata conductor.

Lago Club Celebrates 10 Years

The Lago Club’s "Gran Fiesta” 10th Annive
close Sunday evening July 22 as members of Management

ry celebration came to a
nd the Lago





Heights Advisory Committee spoke to commemorate the ten years of bustling

activity in the Club.

M.C.’d. by R. Cherribin, the addr
which the Braves emerged trium-
phant from the softball competition
and the Bachelors beat the Benedicts
by a 3-2 score in football.

Kelvin Wong, chairman of the Ad-
visory Committee, pointed out that
the success of the Lago Club as a
community center has been due to not
only the fine committees which have
organized activities during the past
years, but also to the members of
Lago Heights who have supported the
Club so enthusiastically, and to the
generosity of management. C. F.
Smith, representing Management,
outlined the progress that has been
made during the relatively short life
of the Club.

The official commemoration
mony was preceded by a concert given
by the Lago Community Concert
Band. (see picture above). During
the evening the Dixielanders played
for a dance at the Club. Door prize
winners at the dance were Pina
Hartogh, Mrs. Eroll Bailey, Alvin
Matthews, and Cecil A. Nichols.





cote







Cost of Living Study

(Continued from page 1)

— on which cost of living bonuses
are based — up to date. Lago set up






its present cost of living index in
1941. During the years since that
time, it was recognized that buying
habits of Lago employ were un-
dergoing gradual chan . Mr. De-
Trude’s job was to find out what

kind and quantity of things empioy-




ees were buying today. To accomplish
this, he asked a representative cross





section of employees nearly 800
questions about their buying habits.
After the interviews were completed,
the assembled information was tabul-
ated and evaluated so that Mr. De-
Trude could mz his report The
entire study required two months to
complete.

Mr. DeTrude is from the National
Industrial Conference Board, Inc. a
non-profit organization devoted to
research in the problems of industrial
economics and management. One of







the Board’s specialities is making |

cost of living studies such as the one
just completed at Lago.

Here and There

Christmas in June

A letter from Jerry Littmann,
former instructor here and now with
Aramco at Dhahran, Saudi Arabia,
reports his pleasure at receiving the
Aruba Esso News. The copies take up
to six months to get there (he re-
ceived the Christmas issue June 23)
but at least they arrive more or less
in proper order, so the news has con-
tinuity if not freshness.

FOR SALE: 1948 two-door Pontiac sedan
safe family car. Lago Heights Bung. 719






2s followed a full day of sports during

TSD Wins Cricket Match



The TSD Cricket team won the match
held with Accounting on July 21 at
the Lago Club Sports Field. A skill-
fully fought game ended with TSD
making 149 runs to Accounting’s 95.



Yeam di Cricket di TSD a gana un

wega contra Accounting dia 21 di

o Club. Esaki tabata un

bunita wega, den cual TSD a haci 149
runs y Accounting 95.





Henry Wilson Elected to
Board of Jersey Affiliate



Henry B. Wilson, Jr. has been
elected to the board of directors of
the International Petroleum Compa-
ny, Limited, effective September 1.
Mr. Wilson has been assistant ma-
nager of the Employee Relations De-
partment of Jersey Standard since
September 1948, and has visited
Aruba several times.

He graduated from the University
of Oklahoma in 1929 with a degree
in petroleum engineering, and after-
wards became a student engineer for
Humble. He served in various po-
sitions in the Producing and Employ-
ee Relations Departments in Humble
until 1936. At that time he was
transferred to Buenos Aires with the
Standard Oil Company of Argentina
as employee relations manager. In
1939 he was transferred to Standard
Oil of Venezuela in a similar capacity.
He joined Jersey’s Employee Relat-
ions Department in 1941.

From 1943 to 1945 Mr. Wilson
rved in the U.S. Army, being dis-
arged as a lieutenant colonel.















ARUBA ESSO NEWS

Kids Korner

Draw with Ink Blots

4

A

Te
Make a paddle boat

















Draw With Ink Biots

1 Drop some ink on the center of

a piece of Paper.

Fold the paper in half.

3 See what picture you get. This
is an ink blot picture that looks
like a land crab.



Make a Paddle Boat

1 Cut a flat piece of wood in this
shape with a square part cut out



in back. Put two nails on each
side.
2 A smaller piece of wood makes

the paddle. Tack a rubber
to it.

3 Put paddle in the back cut-out
part of the boat by looping the
rubber band over the two nails.
Wind up the paddle and watch
the boat go.

band

Duck that Swims

1 Cut this duck out and paste it to
a piece of cardboard. Cut the card- |

on the heavy lines.

se an old cork for the base

a slot on one side of the

and cut away the other side

make a flat bottom.

Place the duck in the slot and it

will float upright in water.



Cut
cork,
to

tw



Answer
to Crossword
1. Cas
2. Anja
3. Tin
4. Nan
5. Blauw
6. Juli
7. Na
8. Ruman

Pinta cu Ink

1 Basha un poco ink mei-mei di un
pida papel

Dobla e papel na dos

Mira kiko bo a pinta. Loke bo a
pinta cu e vlek di ink ta parce un
cangreuw.

2
3

Traha un Boto cu Chapalete

1 Corta un pida tabla segun e for-
ma aki y corta un pida cuadra
afor banda patras. Claba dos cla-






August 3, 1951

Pa Muchanan

A Duck That Swims

English to Papiamento Crossword Puzzle







cuadra s or.
2 Un pida tabla chikito ta sirbi pa
apalete. Claba un pida lastiek
itro di e chapalete.
3 Pone e chapalete den e pida cor






afor di e boto dooi
ra e lastiek cada banda na €
bonan. Dal un poco buelta n

y mira com e boto ta



Un Pato Cu

1 Corta e pato aki y peg
pida carton. Corta e ca
e marca diki.

Jsa un pida corki bieuw pa e para

ariba. Corta un gleuf na un ban-

Ta Landa



ariba un
rton ariba

2 Us



da di e corki y corta e otro ban-
da pa hacie plat.
3 Pone e pato den e gleuf y lo e



drief ariba awa.

Lago Church Gets
Special Award

The Lago Community Church has
received a special award for its con-
tributions to Christian international
relations through the new J
International Christian Univer
The award was announced in v

K y last month by Dr. Stanley
L. Stuber, -cuti retary of the
foundation res > for establish-
ment of the university just outside
Tokyo.

Rey. Donald R. Evans pastor of
the Lago Community Church, and all
organizations of the church contribut-
ed to the International Christian Uni-
versity.

The awards were based on financial
contributior group participation;
newspaper, radio, and television pre-
sentations; letters and announce-
ments regarding the project.

In addition to the Lago Communi-
ty Church, special awards also went
to 12 churches in the United States,
a state and city council of churches,
and a youth committee.

First phase of the educational pro-
gram of the new univ y will begin
in April 1952. A 36 ampus has





°


























been purchase Tokyo,
and several buildings now under
construction. The fina campaign



International Christian Uni-
has been extended from a
iod to six years.

Douglas MacArthur is
s ng as honorary chairman of the
project.

for the





send messages
y pulling on onc
other





side



<= Test your knowledge of English Di Rober Di Anbe
or Papiamento with this cross- pa Drechi Pabao
word puzzle. Put in the right 1. House 2 Year
Paniamento words. 3. To Have 4. They
Rompecaber di Ingles na Papiamenty 6. July 5. Blue
pprest bo inteligencia di Ingles wf 7. To
‘apiamento cu e rompecabez aki. Ye
na e palabranan correcto ri Papia =, Wrether
mento
bo, un r 1 di pida Aparato di Man Respendi



Un medio facil
taea

1 no perde tempo
rato aki pa manda respondi
di bo cas pa e di bo bisinja. Dos
pida cabuya of linja largo cu un caha
of bleki marra na cada banda por
worde usd pa manda respondi of pa














nanda cosnan chikito pa medio di
na un di e dos linjanan.
Contesta
8 Ruman
Index Nobo di COL
(Continua di Pagina 2)

mento di cos di empleadonan di Lago
desde cu e estudio or ial di costo di
bida a worde haci A anja 1941.
iki seguramente lo proba di ta di
gran importancia pa regla e sistema
di caleula costo di bida na Lago.
tudio di e resultadonan di Sr.
De Trude su estudio no a caba ainda.
Pero probablemente Directiva di Com-














pania y Lago Employee Council lo
yega na un combenio sati ctorio
pronto en cuanto e moda di v e re-

sultadonan di e estudio. Diseusionnan
canza tal doel a tuma lugar hen-








Doel di e estudio di Sr.
tabata pa trece e index
to di bida "up to date”. Lago su index
actual a drenta na rigor na anja
1941. Durante tur e anjanan te awor,
tabatin hopi cambio den custumbe
nan di cumpramento di cos di emple
donan di Lago. r. De Trude su job
anto y na ki ar-
adonan ta gasta nan |}
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VOL 12 No 16 PUBLISHED BY LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO LTD August 3 1931
4 Elected to Esso New Cost of Living Study
Heights Committee Completed Late in July
sec t m Sta ,,.^. sL r
Technical Consultant Laurence De Trude has completed his cost of Visitors study the paintings of HRH Princess Wilhelmina on exhibit at
living study at Lago and made his report to Company Management and th Sociedad Bolivariana The Exposition is open until August 4
the Lago Employee Council Huespednan ta admira cuadronan di S A R Prinses Wilhelmina na exhibi-
The study indicates as expected that changes have occurred in cion na Sociedad Bolivariana E cuadronan lo keda na Aruba te dia 4 di
buying habits of Lago employees since the original cost of living study Augustus y di aki nan lo bai pa Surinam
was made in 1941 It should piove
of definite value in bringing Lagos
cost of living index up to date HRH Painting Exposition
Study of lesults of Mr DeTrudes
80 Mucha Homber survey is not yet completed However
it is expected that Company Mana Attracts Attention Here
Eleazar A Bend Joseph Hinkson Arubiano Ta Bira gement and the Lago Employee
Council will come to a satisfactory
Aprendiz na Lago agreement concerning the application
of the study soon Discussions to Fifteen paintings of H R H Princess Wilhelmina went on exhibit
achieve this end have been going on two weeks ago at the Sociedad Bolivariana when Acting Lt Governor
Despues di lecrutamento na school- this past week F A Jas officially opened the exposition to the public The paintings
nan Lago a scoge 80 mucha homber Purpose of Mr DeTrudes study
pa su School di Entrenamiento Voca was to bring the cost of living index sepia and pen drawings and sketches were selected for an exposition
cional na September Nan lo cuminza Tumi to Page 6 Column 1 in the Neteherlands Antilles and Surinam by HRH
nan curso di cuater anja cu ta combi Arubas showing follows a successful
na trabao na school y experiencia exhibit in Curasao After August
practica na trabao Nan estudio lo 4 the paintings are scheduled to be
inclui cursonan di Ingles Reekmento sent to Surinam Considerable interest
ciencia Pintamento mecanico mate was shown by the public during the
matica di tayer y instruccion basico Aruba is Getting a Road Map daily visits
den diferente ofishinan Na final di
nan entrenamiento nan lo haya tra
Frederick baonan permanente den refineria By the end of the year Arubas motorists will have a valuable aid
Delbert 0 Ifill Wiltshire Contando e klas di graduadonan di they have long needed a modern road map of the island Final work
e anja aki lo tin un total di mas di on the map is nearing completion here and it will be printed in New Mester
Empleadonan
440 mucha homber cu a gradua di
Four candidates weie elected to York It is expected that the maps will be available for island drivers
Lago su Programa di Entrenamiento
serve on the Esso Heights Advisory for di tempo cu el a cuminza te awor by the latter part of this year They Troca nan Cuponnan
Committee in elections held July 23 Recrutamento e anja aki a bolbe will be distributed by Esso service
and 24 Winning candidates were tuma lugar riba e base original di stations here di C omisario Placa
Eleazar A Bend MC Garage Pieparation of the has been pa
seleccion cu tabata na rigor tempo cu Employees Should Cash in map
Transportation Joseph Hinkson carried on by Lagos Marketing
e programa a worde estableci na
MC Administration Delbert 0 Ifill anja 1935 E tempo ey e programa All Commissary Coupons Division with able assistance from Empleadonan ta woide recorda
MC Electrical and Fiederick K various Government offices
tabata solamente pa mucha-homber-nan atrobe cu nan mester troca tur cuponnan
Wiltshire MC Yaid Department Arubiano E cantidad di mucha Employees are again reminded that The map will be in color and will di Comisario asina pronto cu
Mr Bend and Mr Hinkson were hombernan accepta cada anja tabata they should promptly redeem all be similar in appeal ance to other ta posibel Ya self service tin basta
the two candidates receiving the varia segun e cantidad cu tabata ne unused Commissary coupons Considerable Esso road maps Information on it tempo ta andando na Comisario y
highest number of votes so each will cesario den refineria Net prome durante time has passed since self will be printed in two languages nobo y cuponnan ta foi uso
serve a term of two yeais The other y despues di Guerra refineria service staited at the new Lago Com English and Dutch On one side will
Sinembargo via di vacantie
two members will seive one year su necesidad pa e mucha hombernan missary and coupons went out of use be a brief history of Aruba and maleza of otro pa motibonan algun
terms Term of office began on tabata grandi compara cu e cantidad However due to vacations illness or detailed maps of Oranjestad and the
August 1 empleado por a keda sin lesa e anun
di mucha hombernan Aiubiano cu ta other reasons some employees may surioundins area and of San Nicolas cio cu tabatin varios luna cual
Puipose of the Esso Heights bata cualifica pa e programa Pesey not have seen the notice several and the Lago Concession anuncio tabata bisa cu mester pasa troca
Advisary Committee is to advise and tabata necesario di completa e canti months ago that told them to cash The other side will contain a load
consult with the Company on lesi dad cu refineria por a coloca cu in their unused coupons map of the entiie island On this : no cuponnan hiba peidida pa placa pa empleadonan
dents problems in connection with mucha hombernan cu no ta Arubiano Cash refunds for unused coupons side will be a number of features that
operation of the Esso Heights Quart Basa riba calculonan di e cantidad will be made at the Cashiers Office will be of valuable assistance to Cuponnan ta worde tioca na oficina
ers and Dining Hall di mucha hombernan cu a aplica ca in the General Office Building and island motorists Among them various di Cahero den Main Office y den Ma
da anja den pasado Lago a kere di the Marine Office during these hours types of roads will be indicated rine Office durante e siguiente ora
por ofrece empleo na algun mucha 8 am to 12 noon 1 pm to 4 pm such as main highways paved loads nan
Sociologo HoSancles hcmber stranhero e anja aki tambe on weekdays and fiom 8 to 12 on country roads etc The distance be Di 8 pa 12 y di 1 pa 4 foi Dialuna
Pero pa via cu e cantidad di aplican Satuidays Tarn to Page 4 Column 3 te Diabierna di 8 pa 12 tur Diasabra
Ta Haci Estudio tenan tabata asina halto 282 a
bira posibcl pa Lago cubri tur coloca
Na Aruba cion necesario den refineria cu mucha-hombernan
Arubiano mes Ade-
mas e biaha aki enbez di 95 mucha
lanan di Un Bienestar sociologo Holandes y Informacion Holandes di di Oficina Antil homber 80 e anja Lago aki lo accepta solamente PRM Group Confers At Aruba utch Sociologist
ta na Aruba pa haci
un estudio di hendenan di Islanan E reduccion aki ta resultado directo Starts Survey
Barlovento Esaki ta Dr G J di Compania su plan pa futuro di
Kruijer kende ta studiando manera conduci e programa na paso cu Aruba in rtruoa
nan y custumbernan social di hende su School di Ofishi Lago ta speia
nan di Saba St Eustatius y parti cu den futuio lo e por haya empleadonan
Holandes di cualificacion A Netherlands sociologist from the
di St Martin mes for di e
Dr School di Ofishi di Gobierno NWI Welfare & Information Bureau
Kruijer a bishita e ties islanan cu esnan
cata Ora cu el a haya sa cu hopi di cu Lago ta hayando for di su Pio is in Aruba to carry on a survey of
from the Windward Islands
habitantenan grama Vocacional people
c a bai Aruba Curasao
y He is Dr G J
Kruyer a sociologist
traha
pa den lefinerianan di Ora cu e di 1941
pe grupo gradua na
who is studying the social habits and
troleo el a dicidi di inclui nan tambe anja 1953 Compania ta spera di
den estudio patterns of people from Saba St
su
completa e cantidad necesario
cu gra
Eustatius and Dutch St Martin
Na Lago Dr Kruijer lo tin entie duadonan di e School di Ofishi E
Dr Kruyer has already visited
vista cu mas o menos cien empleado cantidad di mucha hombernan cu
those three islands When he found
di Compania cu ta bini for di e ties Lago lo igui accepta lo mengua poco
that residents of the three had
islanan Compania ta assistie dunan poco tur anja te ora cu e School di many
do nomber di gone to Aruba and Curasao to work
empleadonan di Islanan Ofishi di Gobierno necesidad
por yena
Barlovento dunando in the oil refineries he decided to ex
y es empleado den refineria henteramente
tend his study of Windward Island
nan tempo liber
cu
vistanan cu Dr Kruijer pago Su pa estudio entre Ora cu esey ta posibel Lago lo tu people to them
ma graduadonan di School
na Aruba di Ofishi At Dr will interview
cu a cuminza dia 30 di duna Lago Kruijer
Juli lo dura mas o menos nuebe dia y trabaonan nan entrenamiento avanza pa approximately a hundred Company
E estudio aki ta di tres di un serie especial den refineria employees from the three islands The
Esaki lo
cu Oficina di causa un cambio den Compania is him furnish
Bienestar y Informacion Company assisting by
ta haciendo di Islanan Barlovento su programa Vocacional po ing him with the names of Windward
niendo mas atencion riba
e otro dosnan a worde haci pa dos entrenamiento Islands employees and by giving
bez di
diferente economistanan di agricul avanza en entrenamiento them time off with pay while they
primario manera a tuma lugar te
tura
awor are being interviewed Dr Kruijer
started his survey at Lago on July 30
Graduadonan di Lago su Programa Visitors from New Yoik and Creole pose together with Aruba Refinery and and expects to complete it in nine
Schedule of Paydays Vocacional durante anjanan a tuma Marine men after the semi annual Producer-Refiner-Maiine PRM meeting days
posicionnan di responsabilidad den held heie July 19 and 20 The meeting covered operational problems cov Dr Kruijers survey is the third
Semi Monthly Payroll refineria y den nan comunidad Co eiing these three major divisions Creole President A T Proudfit is shown phase in a study now being carried
July 16 31 Wednesday August 8 operacion entre programa di Lago y second from right in the first row on by the Welfare and Information
August 1 15 Thursday August 23 Aruba su School di Ofishi lo duna Bureau First part was a survey
Monthly Payroll mucha hombernan Arubiano mihor Bishitanan di New York y di Creole a reuni pa un portret cu hefenan di made by an agrarian economist in the
July 1 31 oportunidad ainda pa ocupa nan Refineria y Marine di Aruba despues di e reunion semi anual cu nan a Windward Islands and the second
Thuisday August 9
puesto den bida social tene aki dia 19 y 20 di Juli was made by a soil economist
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AKUBA ESSO NEWS
August 3 1911
AlB8JBAt23NEW
PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER FRIDAY AT ARUBA NETHERLANDS
WEST INDIES BY THE LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT CO LTD
Printed by the Curacaosche Courant Curasao NWI
45 Year Old Car Lions Club Installs Officers
The Aruba Lions Club installed
Still Going Sirong new officers July 18 New president
of the group is Carlos Juliao Other
officers are Wim Scholl first vice
president Claudio Maduro second
vice piesident Tom Pietersz third
vice president Michael Kuiperi secretary
Mano Morales lion tamer
Eduardo Viada tail twister Haiold
Salas treasurer and Alfied Pinkus
Eugene Hassell Joseph dAguiar
and Roberto Lopez Henriquez directors
Driving off the road is something no driver ever expects Usually some obstacle is waiting by the side to cause
Among the special guests at in to do or to make other drivers do yet it stands fifth on smashes like those shown in the pictures above And
stallation ceremonies were Acting tli2 US list of highway killers and is almost always too often drivers forget that at every curve centrifugal
Lt Gov F A Jas who wished the caused by driver error Blinding lights or swinging too force waits to take over control
group success in the futuic and wide while passing may foice another car off the road
Pedro Irausquin and Jan Wester
in Lagos recently the States two returned scholarship from a winners years study who Are You Ready for What May Happen on the Road
Pedro and Jan were there because
Knowing a lot wont make anyone I b Swinging the wheel from side to
of their in the States with
As an employee of S E L Maduro meeting a good driver you have to use what Convertible side a little eases the shock and
Iren2 Jacobs the Aruban whose the front end
girl wont
and Sons agents here for Esso and hospitalization in Philadelphia is you knoiv and there are also such model for -. a The most important jump thing so is high to
Atlas products W M L Sanson things as keeping brakes and lights screwball keep traction This can only be
is naturally interested in automobiles being financed by a Lions Club drive in good condition However knowing done with the foot on the accelerator
President Monte Maduro OWVBRS
Applying
Retiring brake
When he was in Holland recently he what to do in all sorts of situations cause complete your loss of may
steering
of the kindnessess to
spoke boys
was especially interested in the 1906 is an important part of it Here is a control
Irene and to her mother here to 3 b It is always safer to slow
down
Opel automobile he saw in the small quiz on getting out of a tight spot
whom they had written nice letter before a curve than to
a apply
Dutch village of De Kaag near Leiden In the of the members of Each question has four possible your brakes while on a curve
see picture name answers but only one is correct so 4 d The real secret of safe driving is
the Aruba Lions Club Mr Maduro
your ability to anticipate Take
This prehistoric vehicle still made just mark one Then check yourself
said want to sin nothing for granted If the
we express our car
a trip to Paris last year without any cerest thanks and for in the answer section in column 5 ahead signals for a right turn
appieciation
serious trouble Mr Sanson says figure that he just may turn left
the help for the time and for the 5 d To apply your brake may make
The only difficulty was punctures
assistance you have given 1 Upon hitting an unexpected you lose steering control Ease off
probably because the owners did not the accelerator and let the engine
purchase Atlas tires Also reviewed at the meeting were stretch of rough or washboard slow you down
Mr Sanson also pointed out that the accomplishments of the Club road the steering wheel should 12 The safe distance between vehicles 6 b Leave the foot off the clutch to
during the past year the two major a ( ) Be held loosely going 60 kilometers is keep fiom killing the motor until
the 45 old Esso the
car ran on car has just
year b ( ) Be fiom side to side little about come to a
a
swung
projects the Irene Jacobs fund
were a ( ) Equal to speedometer reading in stop Use
gasoline and was lubricated by Esso c ( ) Be held straight a pumping action on
drive and the establishment of school meters the brake
d ( ) Be left entirely free thus allowing the full
products safety patrols b ( ) Twice the speedometer reading in use of the rear wheel biakes Use
The stuidy old automobile can still meters this method on all stops espe
2 When in skid foot should
a your c ( ) 70 meters cially
develop nice speed Mr Sanson emergency ones By leaving
a be kept on the d ( ) Twice the length of your vehicle the foot off the clutch you per
says It still has its original furnish Fair Opens Aug 10 ( ) Accelerator mit the motor also to act as a
ings including caibide lamps and a b ( ) Brake 13 If the rear of your car skids to brake You stop twenty per cent
leather upholstery All parts are of The August fair to raise money c ( ) Clutch the right on a slippery street faster and this tires way with less wear on
solid brass nicely polished and shining to establish an orphans home in d ( ) Brake and clutch you should 7 a Applying car the brakes is likely to
Aruba opens Friday night August a ( ) Swing the steering wheel from side throw the car into a side slip or
It must be wonderful not having 10 The fair will run for three weekend 3 When you take a curve it is to side spin Ease the foot off the accelerator
best to b ( ) Turn the steering wheel to the and let the engine slow
to bother about defective batteries August 10-11-12 August 17-18-19 right the car until it is safe to apply
staiting engines and sealed beams and August 24-25-26 a ( ) Slow down while in the curve c ( ) Turn the steering wheel to the left the brakes lightly
b ( ) Slow down before reaching the d ( ) Hold the steering wheel still 8 d An accident
The fair will be held at the Maria on a slippery street
Mr Sanson It be
says might a good curve and feed the gas a bit while is always due to driving too fast
idea for modern car builders to install College Kloosterweg in Oranjestad in it 14 What would do if another for conditions
the handbrake outside to add It will be open from 7 pm till 1 am c ( ) Slow down and drive straight you 9 b You should never cut back on a
space the car came straight at on the
across curve you
inside the car The only thing is that except on Sundays when the opening d ( ) Keep to the outside of the curve wrong side of the road If highway the shoulder at a high is lower rate of than speed the
it might be a bit drafty hour will be 4 pm Sundays will be a ( ) Pull to the left so he could pass pavement the car will swerve out
The ancient car certainly doesnt the special fair clays for children On 4 The safe driver avoids trouble on the right of control Steer straight and slow
have the streamlined of the last Sunday of the fair August by b ( ) Pull over to the center so you down gradually Then cut back on
appearance could dodge either way at a sharp angle
todays automobile But by still being 26 a special costume ball for kids a ( ) Driving slower than other traffic c ( ) Keep in your own lane 10 c The pedestrian always has the
in operation 45 after being will be held b ( ) Developing a fast leflex action d ( ) Pull as far as possible to the right light of way any place any
years c ( ) Obeying all the signs and traffic and even take to the shoulder time
built its proved that its a fine built Admission to the fair will be 50 rules II d The vehicle on the drivers right
machine worthy of respect cents for adults 25 cents for children d ( ) Recognizing trouble in the making 15 When you meet glaring headlights 12 c Under perfect conditions it takes
under 15 years old defensive driving at least 50 meteis to stop at 60
at night what should you kilometer
speed By keeping 70
Various national in Aruba
groups 5 When strike unexpected do meters between cars at this speed
Index di Costo di are planning booths and entertainment you an playing safe
of road a ( ) Keep your eyes on the left side of you are
patch bumpy 13 b You must always turn the steer
to give the fair an international the road
Bida a Bini Cla a ( ) Step on the brake b ( ) Look at the right side of the road ing wheel in the direction of the
atmosphere b ( ) Step on the clutch c ( ) Look straight ahead skid This helps the forward
The Lago Community Concert c ( ) Step on the brake and clutch d ( ) Wear sun glasses motion pull against the skid
Consehero Tccnico Laurence De Band will play at the fairs opening d ( ) Keep the foot on the acceleiator 14 d Never try to dodge to the wrong
Trude a bini cla cu su estudio di costo side of the road If an accident
10 well at two other
on August as as be blamed You
di bida y a entrega su rapport na nights during the fair 6 To make a quick stop at high should occurs pull you to may the right take to
Directiva di Compania y na Lago A huge turnout is expected since speed Industrial Hygienist the shoulder of the road if neces
Employee Council a ( ) Step on the brake and clutch hard sary
the fair promises plenty of entertain
15 b By looking over the engine cowl
E estudio ta indica manera ta b ( ) Use a pumping action on the
ment and amusement and the purpose brakes and do not step on the ing of your car at the right side
bata di spera cu a bini hopi cam to raise money for an or clutch of the road you can define your
bionan den custumbernan di cumpra- home is that deserves c ( ) Use the clutch and brake and also position on the road and still
phans one the hand brake keep the glare out of your eyes
full from island residents You will be able to the on
Continnd na Pagina 6 support see
d ( ) Step on the brake after shifting into
coming vehicle through your side
double clutching
lower gear or
vision
Adapted from Cosmopolitan
7 When you are going at high
Executive Office Group Holds Party speed and a rear tire blows out I
the best thing to do is make studies at Jersey refineries both
a ( ) Keep the foot on the acceleiator in the United States and foreign
b ( ) Make an emergency stop countries
c ( ) Throw out the clutch and let the
car roll to a stop Mr Church received both bacheloi
d ( ) Double clutch of science and master of science
degiees in chemical engineering at
8 The main cause of skidding is the University of Colorado In
a ( ) Brake impropeily adjusted addition he has taken graduate
b ( ) Slippery stieets courses in industrial hygiene at the
c ( ) Smooth tiies
d ( ) Driving too fast for conditions Kettering Laboratory of Applied
Physiology in Cincinnati and at the
9 If your right wheels get off into University of Michigan
the rough shoulder of the road In addition to operating a business
vou should first of his own for several years Mr
Church a engineer with
a ( ) Turn the steering wheel quickly to was piocess
get back on the pavement the Remington Arms Inc In 1943
b ( ) Steer straight and slow down gra he joined the division of industrial
dually medicine at tho University of Colorado
c ( ) Make an emergency stop
d ( ) Get the left wheels off too and medical center he became
then cut back onto the pavement chief of the section of industrial
Franklin W Church
hygiene and toxicology in 1045 and
10 Who has the right of way if Jersey industrial hygiene engineer managing diicctor of the division in
vou are approaching an inter The Standaid Oil Development 1949 That was the position he held
section and a pedestrian is on Company recently announced the when he joined the Development
the crosswalk appointment of Franklin W Church Company
i a { ) You have as an industrial hygiene engineer in Mr Church is a member of the
b ( ) You have if you sound your horn rescaich division His American Industrial Hygiene Association
medical
A good time was had by all at the party given by the Executive Office c ( ) The pedestrian has its American Chemical Society
d ( ) Neither has duties will consist of developing and
Staff on July 12 at th2 American Legion Home Music was provided by out field investigations in American Public Health Association
records and several competent guitar players along with some group carrying Association for the Advancement
American
11 If two vehicles approach an open refineries plants and laboratories of
singing Guest of honor at the party was Evelyn Santjes sixth from left at of Science and American
intersection at light angles the affiliated and associated companies
in the center row who is leaving for Holland to study Industrial
of Governmental
the same time which ono has the of Jersey Standard he will Conference
right of seek to find out where potential Hygienists He has written
Tur a goza hopi na c fiesta cu empleadonan di Executive Office a tene way
na American Legion Home dia 12 di Juli E fiesta tabata un despedida na a ( ) The vehicle on the drivers left health hazards exist and assist in several papers dealing with matters
b ( ) The vehicle traveling the faster control where relating to industrial hygiene chemistry
measures
kende bai Holanda planning
honor di Evelyn Santjes di seis foi banda robez a c ( > The vehicle on the wider street and engineering
It is expected that he will
pa studia I d ( ) The vehicle on the drivers right necessary
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August 3 1951 ARUBA ESSO NEWS
NEW ARRIVALS CYls or May Total
TERRY Clarence a son John Joseph
VROOLIJK June mond 27 June Roman 27 a son Ladislo Rey- FIs 5245 for 60 Id
MCDERMOTT Bernard a daughter Donna
Maureen June 2S
THEYSEN Juan a son Michael Eugene
CANNEGIETER June 28 Thomas a son Wilfred An average of FIs 85 per idea went to 60 CYI
WOUT Winston Luis June a daughter 28 Tedro Edwin winners during the month of May for their suggestions
MARTYN June 29 Antonio a son Tedro Edwin concerning safety time and cost saving
HENRIQUEZ June 29 Victoriano a daughter Lu- and improvement of working conditions You too
TROMP cinda Emiliana Serapiol June a daughter 30 Froilan if you are as alert as these suggestors can profit
MARTINEZ Mathilde Catherine Angel a June daughter 30 Maria Del from CYI Send in your idea- to CYI
Balle July 2
KROTTNAUER Arthur a son Johan Ka-
rel July 3 i
TROMP Serapio a daughter Leoncita
GONSALEZ Petra July Santiago 3 a daughter Lurdes List of Winners J8Pi V
Maria July 3
SKEETE Tits a daughter Renee Algitha
July 3 A suggestion to inciease fees
EWING CHOW Shayle a daughter Shel C Peeren on FIs 1000 for his idea agency
FIs 1000 Fls 35 for 3Iene Grande Oil Company essels
ley Dolores July 6 to install welding machines on T 2
BOBB Elijah a daughter Catherine Pearl merited a Fls 750 award for 31 L
July 7 tankers when extensive welding re C Peeien fls 1000 J R Beaujon fls 35 ? Brennan 3Iarine Office
MADURO Jacobo a son Benedicto pairs are needed The idea adopted Install A C Welding Machines on Install guaid under biidge tiolley
July 7 Roland has saved much turnaround time T 2 Tankeis when extensive Weld whes Machine Shop
LACLE Mateo a son Reuben
July 8 ing Repairs needed
CROES Nicolaas a son Karel Enrique
Julv 9 Fls 30
BERNARD Frederick a son July 9 FIs 750
KOCK Francisco a daughter Gladys
G Rigot fls 30
Mary Julv 9
TROMP Guillermo P A son Rufino Se 31 L Brennan fls 750 Install plugs in open valves -Inseit
gundo born July 10 Inciease agency fees Mene gas line
SHAW Jim A son James Patrick born
Julv 10 Grande Oil Company vessels F J Breusers fls 30
ISAAC David J A son Charles Desmond Connect 1V2 line & valves fiom
born Julv 10 ND & PD Cond boxes coil outlet
Fls 700
Edi
FRANCIS Fabian S A son Jeffrey
son born July 11 to gland oil leeoveiy diums Vis
CUrrY Harold C A daughter Alexan- W C Richey fls 700 Units 9 10 & 12
drena Jane born July 11
CROES Inocencio A son Jose Maria boin Tie outlet of new fuel oil tubular H J Burns fls 30
July 13 coolers into main 6 fuel oil bunk Install lailing or guaid on lamps
JANSEN Pablo A daughter Greta Ana
cleta born July 13 eiing line between tanks no 98 & no 235
HYMAN Wilfred A A son Dennis Le W Dublin fls 30
Roy born July 13 Install guaid to motor cold
TROMP Juliaan P A son Jacobo Ana Fls 500 -
cleto born July 13 storage cabinet Esso Club stoie
POMPIER Charles C A son Charles Ben loom
31 H Taylor fls 500
son born July 13
IRONS Ivan S Twin daughter Diane Mo Change in issue of hot woik certificate P Gonsahes fls 30
nica & Suzanne Mary born July 14 Tankers Install line and valve fiom butane
THOMAS Adolphus A daughter Noima
Janet born July 15 water discharge line to piopane
LO A NJOE Philip J A son Clark Fls 250 water pump discharge pump
Stephen born July 15
GEERMAN Trancisco A son Carmelo O J Mauricio fls 30
born July 16 II K Ollivierre fls 250 Install lemoto mike test bench -EIG
STEWART Leon F A daughter Philo
mena Roetta born July 17 A simple idea but woith FIs 250 Departments to use white rags
GEORGE Geronimo A daughter Marce was H K 011iierres suggestion that instead of cheese cloths W Nahar fls 30 U Vlaun LOF proposed that stairs
lina born July 17 Discontinue of shoithand notebook be placed to tanks no 490 416 etc
departments use white instead use
NOEL George N A son John Nathan rags
The idea matter or
adopted
born July 18 of cheese cloth wheiever possible Fls 240 for CYI agenda was as a
convenience and safety for personnel
FLANDERS Leon T A daughter Leona C I Tromp fls 30
Marita born July 19 handling the gauging and sampling
FLEMING Uel A daughter Sylvia Patri U Vlaun fls 240 Use typewiiter with Spanish type of tanks The idea merited Fls 240
cia born July 19 Pioposed stairs to tanks no 490 letters for Papiamento translators
TROMP Federico A daughter Rufina and no 41G etc
born July 19
TRANKEN Raimundo L A daughter Ju H J Hengeveld fls 20
liana Margarita born July 20 Fls 25 Relocation of existing facilities
THOM Vincent A daughter Elain Ermine Fls 150 Lago Heights Clubhouse
born July 20 E H Armstrong fls 25
LEON Alexander A daughter Edna Maria D Fung fls 150 J Lambert fls 20-
Piovide alternate method of
born July 20 pay
Eliminate ditto caibon when typ
Use figures in cables instead of
MARTIS Jose L A daughter Magdalena ing off discharged seamen
Guna boin July 21 woids ing letters and memos When no
YENKANA Harry A A son Raymond M Blaize fls 23 of copies are 8 or less
Deen born July 21 Install drinking water cooler on
ILLIS Mauiille L A daughter Nelcia Ser J Lambert fls 20
Fls 100 deck of
lepair dolphins
tina born July 21 Standardize pui chase of 5 drawer
LOPEZ Julv 21 Jacobo A son Daniel born II Donk fls 100 S G de Abreau fls 25 filing cabinets
BEDEAU Laurence A son Lionel Lloyd Tie in line valves & controller Tie in line from %" water line at H A Lopez fls 20
HACK born July Abdul 21 A son Hack Jr boin vapor release line to feed gas line field pump tar dist pump aiea Install buzzer Poich to Chem
July 21 AAR no 2 J F de Leon fls 25 Laboratory no 2 Laboratory
FLANDERS Bertin T A son Bertin Cle- G Hemstreet fls 100 Relocate drain line under tank on
H A fls
Lopez 20
menceau born July 22 Us of HO roof fiom
wide Pump ground
3 airgram plant where aiea
WOLrF Serapio A L A son Apolonario Install wire type sash lifts on flat
Napoleon born July 23 applicable to lube oil pipe tiench no 3 CU
mesh of glass ware cariiers Lab 2
KELLY Pedro P A son born July 23 J F de Leon fls 25
VASEUR Jacques L A daughter Thea H A Lopez fls 20
Elfride bom July 24 Fls 50 Hook up funnel drain under sample Install extinguisher in Elevator -Lab
RICHARDSON Cyrille A daughter born j bleeder to sewer no 3 C Unit etc
July 25 I no 2
B Bisram fls 50
mm L Ellis fls 25
Include Golf Club under A Lubrin fls 20
personnel Safety traffic hazaid Hospital
Install stairway South West
81 Boys Graduate Aug 17 FIs 700 went to W C Richey who periodical medical examination l oad coiner Utility Building Noith of
submitted the idea of tying the out P P Nunes fls 50 C K Jaidine fls 25 Old Hydro Electric shop
Eighty one boys members of the let of the new fuel oil tubular coolers Tie in bleeder lines to stiip crude Paint with luminous paint Tank L E 3Iarchena fls 20
appi entice class of 1947 will le into the main 6 fuel oil bunkeiing tanks etc Bleeding HO Charg Gauge Bobs Provide Safety helmet supply on
ceive their diplomas in graduation line The idea proed to be ery useful ing Pumps VB V A Mondinho fls 23 tugs Colorado Point Delaplaine
exeicises August 17 The exercises for pioiding plant fuel oil to the J Oduber fls 50 Add side rails to bridge south of & Nooid
will be held at the Lago Club at 2 refinery and to lake tankers Redesign of 10 foot ladder Lago Heights BQ No 12 I R 3Iartinez fls 20
oclock in the afternoon Walter I Sluizer fls 50 F Pan is fls 25 Cigaret Urns GOB Utility
An exhibition of various woik Install piotective device on load Lago Heights Club to make stencil Rooms
done by the graduating class will be side of High Pressure sub station of LC Activities
H P 3Ioore fls 20
on display and the ceremonies will
be followed by a refreshment and S J Speziale fls 50 31 Thomas fls 25 Signs at Reef Dock & Haibor
social hour 1 Construct ramp grating andor Improve ventilation Ladies rest Dolphins with relation to passes
A highlight of the ceremonies will BPviflH install proper drainage Esso room & study High School 31 D Peterson fls 20
be the naming of the two outstanding Dining Hall J Werleman fls 25 Use skeleton blend sheets T B
graduates who will receive scholarships A C S Taitt fls 50 Install bleeder on air line to hoists Stills No 2 Laboratory
for advanced study in Allen Substitute concrete for metal tanks above block valves no 1 2 & 4 W Sluizer fls 20
town Pennsylvania This will be the Utility Buildings Esso Heights Finger Pieis Raise platform at no 1 & 2 Crude
third year that these scholarships Pumps Central Pumphouse
have been awarded
This will be the ninth apprentice Fls 45 Fls 20 E Tromp fls 20
class Piovide Paper towels in Utility
to graduate their graduation
I Bolah fls 20 Building SE of Vocational Shops
will bring to 444 the number of boys C Barnes fls 43
who have Install new table or extend old one T J Woodley fls 20
successfully completed
Elevate tar suction line to no 3 &
Lagos apprentice checking giavities no 3 & 4 Provide handles to manhose covers
training 4 tar
&
program no pumps no 1 no 4
Comb Units CU no 2 Finger Pier
A J Creft fls 20
Lagoites Aid India Install extinguisher in salt water
Fls 40 pumphouse A & E Traffic Signs forTank Farm
Several Lago employees last month
J E Daniel fls 20
received thanks for their aid in V A Fiederick fls 40
help Piovide containers for Life jackets Effoits are being made to pi event
ing relieve the famine situation in Piovide illumination at steam employees fiom driving to and fiom
on launches Nos 1 2 34
India They were K R Soobrian pumps no Ill and no 101 woik in operating areas near the
Charles Rohee Cecil Gray Norman J P de Leon fls 20 drive
Tank Farm It is all right to
P E Norden fls 10
Singh Robert Khan and David E Rotate ND to storage by pass thiough the Tank Farms main load
Install bleeder valves on Piopane valve
Armoogan no 3 Comb Unit
However drivers have been usin
Abs Lean oil coolers water outlet
Thanks to the group came in a let line etc C Gill fls 20 opeiating aieas such as the Ethyl
ter from the India Food Relief Com M H Taylor Safety Field Office Relocate drain line on Noith side Blending Plant area as thorough
mittee Inc of New York City The suggested changes in the issue of M D Peterson fls 40 of water strainer no 10 Crude faies and this creates various
letter noted that these six Lagoites hot work certificates for tankers His Place metal bracket on panel boaid Still hazaids
unselfishly made a small contribution idea won an award of Fls 500 The of Fenske Column no 2 Lab E Hal man fls 20 Signs will be put up soon in these
to help purchase grain for fa-mjne-stricken adoption of this idea will result in a M Thomas fls 40 Rotate air valve on line East of aieas pointing out that they aie
areas in India saving of ocean tanker time Parking plan Esso Dining Hall no 3 CU Reducer Furnace operating aieas not thorough fares
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AKUBA ESSO NEWS
August 3 1951
Aruba Lo Haya 80 Aruban Boys
m I- r i To
imdpd ui vaminaanan Start Training
na Stacion di Esso
Following iecruiting in island
schools Lago has selected 80 Aruban
Na fin di anja Aiuba su automo boys to enter the Companys Vocational
bihstanan lo tin un gran ventaha cu Training School next Septem
ya hopi tempo tabata dcseabel y necc ber Theie they will begin a four
sario csta un mapa cu ta mustra tur year combination couise in school
e cammdanan riba Aruba work and actual experience on the
Trabao final riba e mapa ta binien job Their studies will include courses
do cla lo in English aiithmetic science
y c mapa worde imprimi na mechanical
New York Si plannan bai door mn- drawing shop mathematics
nera ta woide spera e mapanan lo and basic instruction in various re
keda na disposicion di automobilista finery ciafts At the end of their
nan na fin di anja Nan lo worde parti training they will be assigned to re
na stacionnan di gasolin di Esso gular refinery jobs
Maiketing Division di Lago tabata When this yeais graduating class
encarga cu trahamento di e mapa cu leceives its diplomas later this
yudanza di oficinanan di Gobierno E month over 440 boys will have graduated
mapa lo sali na color y lo ta parecido from Lagos Vocational Pro
na otro mapanan di Esso Na un ban giam
da lo tin un historia cortico di Aruba This yeais leciuiting marked a
y mapanan detaya di Oraniestad y return to the oiiginal basis for
lugaman ey lond di San Nicolas y selection of boys as set up when the
di Concesion di Lago Informacion lo piogram was established in 1935 At
woide impiimi na dos idioma Ingles that time the piogram was set up
y Hulandes specifically for Aruban boys
E otro banda di e mapa lo contene The number of boys hired varied
un mapa di henter e isla Na e mes fiom year to year depending on ie
un banda lo tin tambe algun informacion fineiy needs Just before during and
i di importancia pa automobilista after World War II refinery needs
Bicjcle Riding can be pleasure and it can b2 tragedy The pictuie at nan entie otio difeiente sortonan di weie high compared to the number
Todays Bicyclist is left illustrates a bicycle rider who follows safety rules to enjoy cycling caminda lo worde indica manera ca of Aiuban boys who could meet the
and the picture at the right shows how tiagedy can strike when mles aie mindanan piincipal camindanan as progiams standaids In order to meet
Tomorrows Motorist iolatcd falta camindanan di cunucu Distan these needs it became necessary to
cianan entie varios lugaman lo wor supplement the number of Aruban
Coremenfo di bicicleta ta pret peio e por biia tragedia tambe si bo no tene de duna na milla y na kilometer boys hired by accepting a limited
Todays Bicyclist is Tomoi lows cuidao E portret na banda robez ta mustra un ciclista cu ta sigui regla- Puntonan di inteies manera misa number of boys of non national
TUotoiist This was the theme of a n an di Seguiidad gozando mientras cu e portret na banda drechi ta mustra nan y kerkinan edifcionan di Gobierno parents
talk given Friday July 20 by Lago com tragedia ta sigui oia cu un ciclista no haci caso di rcglanan beachnan oficinanan di consul Based on pie ieciuiting estimates
Police Chief Gilbeit B Biook which nan hotelnan clubnan warda di Po of the number of boys expected to
launched a timely campaign to teach lies etc lo worde indica como tambe apply for the program this year it
safety to bicycle lideis Auto Fabrica Na New Road Map borchinan di leglanan di trafico den was thought that it would again be
Addiessing a gioup of paients and nan coloman oiiginal Ceronan manera necessary to offer employment to a
childien at the Esso Club Theater 1906 Na Uso Ainda Continued from page 1 Hooibeig y Yamanota y varios few of this group However due to
Chief Biook emphasized the need for districtonan lesidencial lo paice riba the large number of applicants 282 -it
knowledge of safety lules while using tween vaiious points will be noted e mapa became quite evident that Lagos
the loads Pioper tiaining canies Como empleado di Fiima S E L in miles and kilometeis Points of Ademas di camindanan cu tin ac needs could be met by qualified
over into adult life for todays Maduio & Sons agentenan di pio inteiest such as chuiches government tualmente e mapa lo mustra tambe Aruban boys This was particularly
bicycle lidcr will soon become a ductonan di Esso y di Atlas ta buildings beaches consular camindanan planed pa futuio true in view of the fact that the
motorist natural cu W M L Sanson ta in offices hotels clubs police stations Vaiios depaitamentonan di Gobierno Company i educed its offers of
Peitinent to the immediate pioblem teiesa den automobiel Na Holanda etc will be listed and illustiated a duna hopi asistencia na Lago pa employment fiom 95 to 80
of 1 educing potential accidents Chief lecientcmente e tabata especialmentc Road signs will be shown in color piepara e mapa This leduction is a diiect lesult
Biook noted thiee basic points the inteiesa den un auto maica Opel di and one way stieets will be indicated Necesidad pa un mapa asina di of the Companys long range plan
need for skill in bicycle liding the anja 1906 cu el a mira na e pueblo Elevations such at Mt Hooiberg and Aruba a ciece masha den ultimo an of integiating its Vocational Piogiam
need for pioper caie of the bicycle De Kaag ceica di Leiden Mil a e Yamanota will be shown as will janan Lago su mapa lo siibi di guia with the newly foimed Aruba Technical
and the impoitance of keeping the poitiet various island lesidential distiicts pa automobilistanan y cu es mapa School In future years it is
bicycle in a safe opeiating condition E vehiculo piehistoiico aki a haci In addition to piesent loads the Lago a imita afiliadonan di Esso na expected that the Aiuba Technical
with the pioper lights leflectois un biaha pa Paris anja pasa sin map will also show loads that aie otro lugaman cu ta ofrece un servi School will be able to supply Lago
and brakes ningun soito di trobbel Sr Sanson projected for the futuie cio na publico poniendo na disposicion with the same potential type of
All lules peitaining to the use of ta bisa Unico dificultad tabata flat Of invaluable assistance to Lago di automobilistanan e mapanan employee that it is now getting from
the loads should be obseived This taiiu probablement pasobia e don in pieparation of the map weie vaiious conoci di Esso its Vocational Program
applies not only to bicycle lideis but jo no a pone taiiu Atlas bao dje government depaitments Among The Company expects to supplement
to motorists for couitesy and coope auto those who cooperated by pioviding its 1951 gioup with qualified
lation on the pait of all useis of Sr Sanson di tambe cu e auto di help weie the Governors Office giaduates of the Aruba Technical
the loads will help to 1 educe accidents 45 anja ta usa gasoline y otio pio Suivey Depaitment Police Depaitment 3 Promoted in PR School in 1953 these will be the first
ductonan di Esso Post Office Census Office boys to giaduate from that School
In conclusion Chief Biook outlined E auto biew peio wapo ta cone Public Woiks and the Touiist Commission The number of boys that the Company
ths function of the Police Depaitment cu un velocidad basta legular Ainda will hiie each year to start
in the safety piogram The function e tin e lampinan moda bieuw The need for a modem load map vocational tiaining will be fuither
of the police is essentially pievention caibide y cusinchinan di cueio Po of Aiuba has giown incieasingly leduced until such time as the Aiuba
of accidents not punishment for diser ta un bon idea pa fabiicante gi eater during the past few yeais Technical School is able to completely
accidents Both paients and childien nan di autonan model no pone hand La gos new Esso load map should fill satisfy the lefineiys needs
can coopeiate in this goal by calling lem pafor di autonan pa haya mas that need by seiving as an accuiate When that happens Lago plans to
upon the police in case of need and lugar paden di nan guide to island motoiists With it taka graduates of the Aiuba Technical
helping them in their piogiam E auto bieuw aki no tin stieam Lago will join other Esso affiliates School and give them advanced
The bicycle safety piogiam is line maneia autonan moderno peio which aie pioviding a valuable public tiaining to prepare them for the
being extended to schools over the siendo na uso 45 anja despues cu el seivice by making available to the special lequnements of lefineiy
island thiough the medium of talks a woide fabiica ta pioba cu e ta un motoiing public the famous Esso woik This will cause a levision in
posteis and photogiaphs pioducto di woide lespeta load maps the Companys Vocational Piogram
pacing the emphasis on advanced
Gaining rather than primal y training
as has been done in the past
Giaduates of Lagos Vocational
No its not a jungle its just temporary roof supports on Piogiam into positions have over of the lesponsibility yeais gone
Top left both in the refinery and in the community
Integiation of Lagos
Robert W Schlageter pio
gram with the Aiuba Technical '
School will piovide Aiubas boys with
Top right even better oppoitunities for assuming
their place in community life
George C Rike
Bottom left T177TT
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Thomas J Boylan
THAT OIL RESEARCHERS
USE AN ELECTRONIC MICROSCOPE
WHICH PHOTOGRAPHS GREASE FIBRES
MEASURING 29 37 MILLIONTHS OF AN
Piomotions went last month to INCH THIS INSTRUMENT WHICH MAG
thiee men in the Public Relations NIFIES UP TO 26000 TIMES IS ONLY
Depaitment They weie Robert W ONE OF THE SCIENTIFIC TOOLS WHICH
Schlageter George C Rike and OILMEN USE TO
Thomas J Boylan X ar d IMPROVE PRESENT
Mr Schlageter was named to the I v i ft SrKOVVL15 AND TO
new position of assistant public I CREATE NEW ONES
lelations diiector Mr Rike succeeded
him as publications editor and Mr
Boylan succeeded Mr Rike as assistant
publications editor
Mr Schlageter was with Lago
fiom 1929 until 1931 when he
leturned to the States to finish
college He leturned to Aruba in
August 1933 and held posts in the
Accounting Depaitment and Executive
Office until the Aruba Esso
A maze of pipes used to suppoit a poured conciete No esaki no ta mondi esaki ta uniciamente stellage News was staited in 1941 when he
roof foims a confusing jungle as an addition to the pa bashamento di un dak di cement na School di Colony became its editor
colony high school is erected These hundreds of sup cu mester a worde haci mas grandi Despues cu c cement Mr Rike came to Lago in December
ports will be remoed when the reinforced concrete seka tur e stellage lo bini abao atiobe peio mien 1947 as assistant publications
above haidens In the meantime its an intricate job tras tanto empleadonan di Masons & Insulators tin hopi editor Mr Boylan staited in July
for the concrete workers of the Masons and Insulators ocupacion 1949 as publications assistant
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ARUBA ESSO NEWS
August 3 1931
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Universal International film star Yonne De Cailo models the latest in
beach wear a green two piece multidiape sued bathing suit
Yonne de Carlo di Univeisal International ta prescita ultima moda pa
beach un trahe di baiio di gamoes beide y rcnchi di orea di peila It was fun for all at the Industrial and Public Relations Empleadonan di Industrial y Public Relations a pasa
Picnic held at Palm Beach on July 14 Heic a group bon na un Picnic cu a tuma lugai na Palm Beach
listen to the entertainment provided by Bennie Rom dia 14 di Juli
bouts and George Hemstreet Activities included soft
ball swimming othei sports and eating of plenty of
good food
BE fS lit jW PSfe
*"
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Anslem J Augustine Stoiehouse gets congiatulations fiom 0 A Goodwin
before his maniage to Miss Betty Wcsteibuiger The wedding was held at
St Francis Church Oianjestad on July 21 The couple will he at Balashi
Anslem J Augustine di Storehouse ta licibi felicitacion di 0 A Goodwin Members of the lecently formed Football Steering Committee meet to
Piome cu su casamento cu Senoiita Betty Westerbuiger E matrimonio a discuss the piesent inteidepai tmenal football competition Fiom left to light
tuma Iugai na Misa di San Francisco na Oianjestad dia 21 di Juli aie Evaiisto Amaja Bob Mai tin Jose LaCruz John L Wevei Ednej J
Iluckleman Juan Biiezen Simon Geeiman and Mateo Reves Chaiiman of
the Committee is Simon Geeiman Coordinatoi foi the games is John Wevei.
Miembionan di e Comite di Futbal cu a woide oiganiza lecientemente ta
leuni pa discuti e competitie actual di futbal entie depai tamentonan
Can v ou lop this Cornells Jaiza
garay of the Welding shop went
fishing dining his vacation fiom thr
wiecked ship Antilla at Maimo
Although the fish weie biting thi
big fish shown in the pictuic abovt
kept lipping the fish fioir his hook
Cornells invested a good sized lisl
as bail his bait cost at least i
dollar used his strongest hook an
iine and went after the big fish I
struck and the battle was on Witl
the help of Jan Lacb using a hai
poon the monstei was finally kille
and diagged in It weighed 40
pounds was 6 feet 8 inches in Ie lgtl
Durante su vacantie Coinelis d
Yarzagaray di Welding Shop a vangi
un pisca di 408 libei y un laigura d
6 pia y ocho duim banda di e vapo
gesink Antilla na Malmok E pise
Evelyn Santjcs Executive Office leaving foi Holland to study is gien grandi tabata pasa come tin c pisca
a taiewell gif bv hoi fellov emplojecs in the office Mrs Tctiy Pimento nan cu Cornells tabata vangu Coinelis
later makes that the presentation left The piesenlation was madS on July 12 and a dicidi di tira e liiia di mas Safety is a veiy impoitant matter to all Lago employees And these bojs
day a paity wps held at the Ameiican Legion Hono tor the diki y e anzue di mas fuerte cu e ta here aie learning about safety eaily They are membeis of the Vocational
Executive
Office Gioup see picture on page 2 batin cu un haas basta giandi Oia Tiaining Schools 1930 class group 2 and they lecently completed 50
Evelyn Santjcs di Executiv cu el a vangu e pisca giandi e ani consecutive woiking dajs without any type of injury
Office kende a bai Hulanda studia ta
pa mal tabata bringa cu tur su foiza
ncibi mento un regalo di dsspedida ceica su co emplcadonan Sefioia Teny Pi pe scapa Jan Lacle kende tabata Seguiidad ta un asunto di gran impoitancia pa tur empleadonan di Lago
a entrcgue e regalo dia 12 di Juli
nest y e mesun dia nan a duna un pisca hunto cu Cornells mester a dale Y e mucha hombernan aki ta cuminza sinja esey foi piincipio Nan ta miem-
a visbcia estudiante
pa na American Legion IIoi c un harpoen pa mate y di c moda ey bionan di Klas di 1950 di School di Entienamiento Vocacional y lecitnte-
nan a vangu e monstruo mente nan a cumpli 30 dia sigui sin ningun sorto di accidente
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AIIURA ESSO NEWS
August 3 1931
Kids Korner Pa Muchanan
Draw with Ink Blots
& f f sa9e Sender
One of the high points of the busy weekend at the Lago Club was the I
conceit ghen by the Lago Community Concert Band Rev D R Evans | SBSS A Duck That Swims
conducting i An i asv wnv la tav tim i t
nuke this message Bender fioni our
house to our neighbors A long rope
Un numcro riba e programa interesante durante weekend di decimo ani Make a paddle boat or ith cord a snail running box in or a continuous can tied to loop it
Club tabata concierto duna Lago Con ? m be used
ersario di Lago un pa Community to send messages 01
cert Band Domi Eans tabata conductor mall objects by pulling on one aidi
i ^^ 7 English to Papiamento Crossword purzhcooporheothcr
P
I I I llilH I I ?
Lago Club Celebrates 10 Years hI ?
The Lago Clubs Gran Fiesta 10th Anniversary celebration came to a
close Sunday evening July 22 as members of Management and the Lago
Heights Advisory Committee spoke to commemorate the ten years of bustling
activity in the Club
MCd by R Cherribin the addresses followed a full day of sports during
which the Braves emerged triumphant
from the softball competition 3 1 HHhs ^^ Man in
and the Bachelors beat the Benedicts
by a 3 2 score in football
TSD Wins
Cricket Match '
Kelvin Wong, chairman of the Advisory MMM I I i
Committee pointed out that Test jour knowledge of English Di Robe Di
the success of the Lago Club as a or Papiamento with thi cross pa Drecht Pbo nha
community center has been due to not word puzzle Put in the right 1 House
only the fine committees which have Paniamento words 3 To He 4 The
organized activities during the past Rompecabei di Ingles na Papiaraentu 6 July 1 Rhip
Test
bo
inteligencia di Ingles ,.(
7
To
years but also to the members of Papiamento cu e rompecabez aki Ye 8
Brother
Lago Heights who have supported the na e palabranan enrrecto na Papiamento-
Club so enthusiastically and to the
generosity of management C F bBBBhBhP *
Smith representing Management v Draw With Ink Blots ^ bo un na cada banda di e pida I Aparato di Manda Respondi
outlined the progress that has been cuadra saca afor Un medio facil pa no perde tempo
made during the relatively short life 1 Drop some ink on the center of 2 Un pida tabla chikito ta sirbi pa ta e aparato aki pa manda respondi
of the Club a pieco of Paper e chapalete Claba un pida lastiek di bo cas pa e cas di bo bisinja Dos
The official commemoration ceremony 2 Fold the paper in half den centro di e chapalete pida cabuya of linja largo cu un caha
was preceded by a concert given 3 See what picture you get This 3 Pone e chapalete den e pida corta of bleki marra na cada banda por
by the Lago Community Concert is an ink blot picture that looks afor patras di e boto door di raa worde usa pa manda respondi of pa
Band see picture above During like a land crab ra e lastiek cada banda na e cla manda cosnan chikito pa medio di
the evening the Dixielanders played bonan Dal un poco buelta na e hala na un di e dos linjanan
for a dance at the Club Door prize chapalete y mira com e boto ta
winners at the dance were Pina Make a Paddle Boat corre Contesta
Hartogh Mrs Eroll Bailey Alvin Un Pato Cu Ta Landa Ariba
Matthews and Cecil A Nichols 1 Cut a flat piece of wood in this Rompecabez
1 Corta e pato aki y pege ariba un
with
shape a square part cut out
in back Put two nails on each pida carton Corta e carton ariba 1 Cas
Cosi of Living Study side e marca diki 2 Anja
2 A smaller piece of wood makes 2 Usa un pida corki bieuw pa e para 3 Tin
Continued from page 1 ariba Corta un gleuf na un ban 4 Nan
The TSD Cricket the
team won the match paddle Tack a rubber band
held with it da di e corki y coita e otro ban 5 Blau
on which cost of living bonuses Accounting on July 21 at to
are based up to date Lago set up the Lago Club Sports Field A skillfully 3 Put paddle in the back cut out da pa hacie plat 6 Juli
its present cost of living index in fought game ended with TSD part of the boat by looping the 3 Pone e pato den e gleuf y lo e 7 Na
1941 During the years since that making 149 runs to Accountings 93 rubber band over the two nails drief ariba awa 8 Ruman
time it was recognized that buying Wind up the paddle and watch
habits of Lago employees weie un Team di Cricket di TSD a gana un the boat go Lago Church Gets
dergoing gradual changes Mr De wega contra Accounting dia 21 di Index No bo di COL
Trudes job was to find out what Juli na Lago Club Esaki tabata un Special Award
kind and quantity of things employees bunita wega den cual TSD a haci 149 A Duck that Swims The Lago Community Church has Continue di Pagina 2
To runs y Accounting 93
were buying today accomplish
1 Cut this duck out and paste it to received a special award for its contributions
this he asked a representative cross mento di cos di empleadonan di Lago
a piece of cardboard Cut the card- j to Christian international
section of employees nearly 800 board on the heavy lines relations through the new Japan desde cu e estudio original di costo di
questions about their buying habits bida worde haci
a na anja 1941
International Christian University
2 Use an old cork for the base Cut
After the interviews were completed Esaki seguramente lo proba di ta di
a slot on one side of the cork The award was announced in New
the assembled information was tabulated Henry Wilson Elected to and cut away the other side to York City last month by Dr Stanley gran importancia pa regla e sistema
and evaluated so that Mr De L Stuber executive secretary of the di calcula costo di bida na Lago
make flat bottom
Trude could make his report The Board of Jersey Affiliate a foundation responsible for establishment Estudio di e resultadonan di Sr
3 Place the duck in the slot and it
entire study required two months to De Trude estudio caba ainda
will float upright in water of the university just outside su no a
complete Tokyo Pero probablemente Directiva di Com
DeTrude is from the National Henry B Wilson Jr has been
Mr
Rev Donald R Evans is pastor of pania y Lago Employee Council lo
Industrial Conference Board Inc a elected to the board of directors of Answer the Lago Community Church and all yega na un combenio satisfactorio
non profit organization devoted to the International Petroleum Compa cuanto moda di
organizations of the church contributed pronto en e usa e resultadonan
research in the problems of industrial ny Limited effective September 1 Crossword to the International Christian University di e estudio Discusionnan
economics and management One of Mr Wilson has been assistant ma to pa alcanza tal doel a tuma lugar hen
the Boards specialities is making nager of the Employee Relations Department 1 Cas The awards were based on financial ter siman pasa
of studies such the of Jersey Standard since
cost living as one
2 Anja contributions group participation Doel di e estudio di Sr De Trude
September 1948 and has visited
just completed at Lago Aruba several times 3 Tin newspaper radio and television presentations tabata pa trece e index actual di costo
4 Nan letters and announcements di bida up to date Lago su index
He graduated from the University 5 Blauw regarding the project actual a drenta na rigor na anja
He re an d Th ere of Oklahoma in 1929 with a degree 6 Juli In addition to the Lago Community 1941 Durante tur e anjanan te awor
in petroleum engineering and after 7 Na Church special awards also went tabatin hopi cambio den custumber
wards became a student engineer for 8 Ruman to 12 churches in the United States nan di cumpramento di cos di emplea
Christmas in June
Humble He served in various positions a state and city council of churches donan di Lago Sr De Trude su job
A letter from Jerry Littmann in the Producing and Employee and a youth committee tabata di haya sa cuanto y na ki ar
former instructor here and now with Relations Departments in Humble Pinta cu Ink First phase of the educational pro tlculonan empleadonan ta gasta nan
Aramco at Dhahran Saudi Arabia until 1936 At that time he was 1 Basha un poco ink mei mei di un gram of the new university will begin entrada Pa yega na sa esaki taba
reports his pleasure at receiving the transferred to Buenos Aiies with the pida papel in April 1952 A 350 acre campus has tin entrevistanan cu un grupo repre
Aruba Esso News The copies take up Standard Oil Company of Argentina 2 Dobla e papel na dos been purchased just outside Tokyo sentative di empleadonan kendenan
to six months to get there he received as employee ralations manager In 3 Mira kiko bo a pinta Loke bo a and several buildings are now under mester a contesta 800 pregunta cada
the Christmas issue June 23 1939 he was transferred to Standard pinta cu e vlek di ink ta parce un construction The financial campaign un tocante di cumpramento di cos
but at least they arrive more or less Oil of Venezuela in a similar capacity cangreuw for the International Christian University Despues cu a bini cla cu e entrevis
in proper order so the news has continuity He joined Jerseys Employee Relations has been extended from a tanan e informacion a worde calcula
if not freshness Department in 1941 Traha un Boto cu Chapalete two year period to six years cu machiennan di tabulacion y for di
From 1943 to 1945 Mr Wilson 1 Corta un pida tabla segun e for General Douglas MacArthur is esey Sr De Trude por a haci su rapport
FOR SALE 1948 two door Pontiac sedan served in the US Army being discharged ma aki y corta un pida cuadra serving as honorary chairman of the A tuma dos luna pa complete
safe family car Lago Heights Bung 719 as a lieutenant colonel afor banda patras Claba dos cla- project e estudio