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Aruba Esso news

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Title:
Aruba Esso news
Creator:
Lago Oil and Transport Company, Ltd
Place of Publication:
Aruba Netherlands Antilles
Publisher:
Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
Creation Date:
October 5, 1951
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biweekly
regular
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English
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v. : ill. ; 30-44 cm.

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Petroleum industry and trade -- Periodicals -- Aruba ( lcsh )
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Text in English and papiamento.
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v. 1- 1940-
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io Traini

L. Frank Leaves for

oa

ng in States



Relatives and friends
F. M. Scott, head of Training, and P. E.

Gregario L. Frank, staff foreman
in the Instrument Department, left
September 23 for the United States
for eight to ten weeks’ training on
radio two-way communication.
penses of his trip - tuition, living
expenses, and other costs - are being
paid for by the Compan

He will first go to Chicago where
he will spend about two weeks at
the Motorola Corporation to observe
manufacturing techniques.

The remainder of the time
spent with Mobile
Inc., Newark, N.J., where will
study installation and mai nee
of the Motorola mobile two-way radio
equipment.













will be

Communications,
he







Mr. Frank has been w ith the com-
pany eighteen yea will be
his first trip to the State:

At the airport the day te left he
appeared calm but said he was
anxiously looking forward to his

trip. He will miss his wife and four |
children, he said, but they plan to|
spend a month of the time in Curagao |
visiting relatives. |

| den Teste

gathered at Dakota field to see Gregorio Frank | pers of all other employees remain |¢e pa Lago y Aruba, a worde fuerte- |
(wearing coat) off for several weeks study in the States. At the left are | unchanged.

Jensen, general foreman, Instrument.

G. L. Frank ta bai Estados Unidos pa
haci un estudio den radio comunicacion |

G. L. Frank Ta Bai E. U.
Pa haci estudio di Radio

ff Foreman

, ali pa Esta-
dos Unidos dia 2% ptember pa
sigui un estudio di ocho te die i-
man den radio comunicacion (r
cion y emision). Su estudio na
dio Unidos — tambe tur otro g:
nan — lo worde paga door di Lago.
Promer el lo bai Chicago na unda
lo pasa mas o menos dos siman

Gregorio L.







o-

el

na Motorola Corporation pa observa |

metodonan di fabricacion.

Resto di e tempo lo worde pasa
na Mobile Communications, Inc.,
Newark, N.J., unda el lo studia in-
stalacion y mantenecion di aparato-
nan mobil di comunicacion.

Sr. Frank tin 18 anja di servicio
cu Compania. Esaki lo ta di promer



|biaha cu el ta bai Estados Unidos.

SPRC Candidates
Are Nominated

At a meeting of the nominating
committee of the Lago Sport Park
Recreation Committee last week, the |
following persons were nominated as
candidates for the Recreation Com-
mittee election October 24-25: R. H.
Abrahamsz, Accounting; J. Briezen,
calc Cc. A. Brown, M&C Instru-
ment; H. de Vries, TSD Process De-
sign; C. a Hassell, M&C Administra-
tion; K. R. Khan, Accounting; Geor- |
ge F. Lawrence, Catalytic; M. I.
(Carlo) Lake, M&C Storehouse; Ro-
bert Martin, M&C Administration; |
Cc. R. McDonald, M&C Storehouse;
Robert Martin, M&C Administration; |
C. R. McDonald, M&C Metal Trades; |
A. M. Matthews, M&C Administra-
tion; S. R. Malmberg, Accounting; |
M. Reyes, M&C Electrical; D. De S.
Ridderstap, Medical; G. FE. S&S.
Straughn, I. R. Training; D. N. Solo-
mon, Colony Service; C. A. Tromp,
Executive Office; Ph. Volkerts, TSD
Lab No. 3; F. West, M&C Carpenter;
and J. L. Wever, TSD Engineering.

The above names will be listed on
the ballots for the election. Em-
ployees whose names do not appeat)





here and who wish to have their |
names entered on the ballot, should |
write a petition to the Nominating |

Committee. Petitions must carry the |
signatur of at least 100 eligible
votors. Petitions should reach the No-
minating Committee not later than
October 11, and should be addressed
to Public Relations Assistant, c/o
Public Relations Department, B. Q.
No. 3, Training Building.

The October 19 issue of The Es
News will carry the names and pic-









|
So |



mittee and also by petition.

Schedule of Paydays

Semi-Monthly Payroll
Sept. 16-30

Monday, October 8&
October 1-15

Tuesday, October 23
Monthly Payroll

Sept. 1-30 Tuesday, October 9

|
tures of those nominated by the com- | f
|

Dia di su salida pa Estados Unidos
el a aparece masha calma ariba vlieg-
veld, pero el a declara cu el tabata
ansioso pa su biaha cuminza. El lo
haci falta di su sefora y cuater yiu,
el a declara, pero esakinan lo pasa

{un luna di e tempo bishitando fami-

lia na Curagao.

La



Members of the Lake Tankermen’s Council,
among the members of the Lake Tankermen’s Committee are, seated, L. E.
Marchena and N. E. Sampson; standing, left to right, are D. L. van Putten,

V. R. Pataca

“fr Ss

PU BLISHED BY

Reduced Hosp.
Rates for S&R

VOL. 12 No. 20



Pointed Out in





As announced in the September 7 . ae :
issue of the » News — giving re- The disaster that political unions
sults of the special mediation — re-| strongly emphasized in a series of
duced medical charges for family| pegan §, Ber ee
members of about £000 stat’ and |ooeee September ae at th
regular employees went into effect



on September 1. These reduced |
|charges apply to family members of
employees up to and including trades- |
man B and corresponding wage
classifications, and employees earn-
ing Fls. 460 a month or les:

Medical charges for family



Peligronan di Union Po-
\litica a worde demonstra)



E desastre cu unionnan di traha-
dornan ariba base politico lo por tre-



mem- |

|mentemente acentud den un serie di|
| conferencianan cu a worde teni pa e|

Under Fils. 460 Per Month | formannan cuminsando dia 29 di Sep-
| tember. Papiando na e prome reunion,

The reduced medical charges for| Sr. O. Mingus, gerente general, a
family members of employees at the| splica cu Lago — tampoco Jersey |
tradesman B level, or those getting | Standard — no tin nada contra di

Fls. 460 or less are as follows: | organizaciénnan di trahadornan.
Clinic Charges | "Al contrario,” e a bisa, "nos ta
| During normal clinic hours: Fls. 1 | kere cu trahadornan tin derecho pa
| Outside normal clinic hours: Fls 2.50 | organiza”

Clinic charges will include routine} Lago tampoco no ta contra ningun
laboratory work such as urinalysis, | die partidanan politico di Aruba.
simple blood counts, etc., but will not
include special laboratory procedures| di unionnan di trahadornan ariba
|and X-ray work. Prescribed drugs | base politico, y esaki ta e motibo pa-
will be free of charge. | kiko,” Sr. Mingus a sigui. "Un par-
3} Hospitalization Charges | tida politico ta haya votonan door di
| Fls. 3 per day for lst week | priminti cosnan na e votadornan. Un
Fls. 2 per day for d week union politico lo existi door di primin-
Fls. 1.50 per day for 3rd and 4th weeks | ti cosnan na e trahadornan.
Fls. 1 per day thereafter

Obstetrical Services
Prenatal clinic blanket charge: Fls.
| Delivery and postnatal charge: F1

Special Charges











| tibo di competencia entre e partido-
| nan, e promesanan aki pronto lo duna
e tendencia di perde nan balor rea-
-| lista. E resultado lo ta dificultadnan
ly costonan asina halto cu nan lo no
Laboratory Serv | por worde carga. E resultado
The following charges will be made|’Ayo Lago! E resultado ta
against each examination conducted | Aruba’ ”.
for clinic or hospitalized patients in Tin un otro motibo masha practi-
accordance with the group in which | | co pakiko Lago ta contra di union po-
the examination falls: | litico” , Sr. Mingus a bisa.



15.







lo ta
’Ayo



|Group I Includes the procedures to Siendo cu lo tin dos 0 mas organi-
be conducted free of | zacién pa tin di haci cu nan, nos ta
charge as part of clinic or | kere cu lo ta casi imposibel pa logra
in-patient charge. |un atmésfera adecuado den cual pa
Group II Fs. negosha. Nunca bo lo ta sigur cu en



Group III Fls.
Group IV Fs. ¢
| Blood Plasma

realidad bo tin di haci cu hendenan
cu ta representa e trahadornan”

Sr. Mingus a bisa cu si dificultad-
| The present charge for 50 c.c. of | nan of problemanan di trabao bira
{blood plasma is approximately |realmente serio na Aruba, Lago lo
Fls. 7.00, subject to change dependent worde forza pa bai. E decisién pa bai
upon actual cost of subsequent ship- | lo no worde haci door di Lago, pero

(Turn to page 2, col. 1)| si door di Venezuela y e 38 teranan
| extranhero na unda nos productonan
ta worde manda. Pasobra Venezuela
ta depende ariba Lago pa rafina un
gran parti di su produccién diario di
petroleo crudo; si Lago no ta operan-









(Continua na pagina 2)

Lake Tankermen
Elect 5 to Council

Ship’s Representatives agreed to the

among their group. This committee
would be empowered to enter into
discussions with Esso Transportation
Company management on matters af-
fecting the Lake Fleet unlicensed per-
sonnel.

Following the regular meeting a
caucus meeting of the Ship’s Repre-
sentatives was held. The following
members were elected by ballot to
form the small committee to be known
as the Lake Tankermen’s Council:
D. L. van Putten, N. Sampson, L.
E. Marchena, J. Joseph and V. R.
Pataca. Mr. Van Putten was elected
president and Mr. Sampson, secre-
tary.

Each of the members of the coun-
cil has more than 10 years of service
with the company.

The present system of representa-
tion from the vessels of the Lake
Fleet, by means of the Lake Tanker-
men’s Committee, will be continued
as in the past. However, it is expec-
ted that the formation of the Lake
Tankermen’s Council will improve
this system. |



a group recently formed from



and J. Joseph.

‘LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT Co.

”Pero nos ta contra di formamento |

Pa mo-;

At the twenty-seventh regular
meeting of the Lake Tankermen’s |
Committee on September 27, the

formation of a small committee from |

‘LTD.



October 5, 1951



‘Dangers of Political Unions

Conferences

could bring to Lago and Aruba was
conferences for supervisors that
e opening session, General Manager
O. Mingus pointed out that Lago
— as well as Jersey Standard — is
not against labor organizations.

"Quite the contrary,” he said, "we
think workers have a right to orga-
nize.”

Neither is Lago opposed to any of
Aruba’s political parties.

"But we are opposed to the forma-
|tion of political labor unions, and
here’s why, "Mr. Mingus continued.
"A political party gets votes by pro-
mising things to the electorate. A po-
litical union would exist by promising
things to the worker. Because of com-
petition between parties, these pro-
mises would soon tend to become un-
realistic. The result would be trouble
and unbearably high costs. The result
would be ’Goodbye Lago.’ The result
would be ’Goodbye, Aruba.’ ”

There is another very practical
reason for Lago’s opposition to poli-
tical unions, Mr. Mingus said.

"Since there would be two or more
organizations to deal with, we believe
it would be virtually impossible to at-
tain an orderly bargaining atmosphe-
re. You could never be sure that you
were actually dealing with people re-
presenting the workers.”
| If labor troubles in Aruba became
|serious enough, Mr. Mingus said,
Lago would be forced to leave. The
decision to leave would not be made
by Lago, but would be made by Vene-
zuela and the 38 countries to which
we ship products. For Venezuela de-
pends on Lago to refine a big portion
of its daily crude production; if Lago
is not operating because of labor dif-
ficulties, then Venezuela must close
down many of its oil wells and suffer
a big loss in revenue. And the 38
countries to which Lago sends _pro-
ducts expect to receive those pro-
ducts on time and at a fair price. If
Lago fails to meet its commitments
to these nations, they are going to go
elsewhere to obtain petroleum pro-
ducts.

Both Venezuela and the nations
where Lago markets its products were
extremely concerned over the recent
strike here, Mr. Mingus said. To
them, the strike was much more than
just an Aruban or Netherlands An-
tilles matter; it vitally affected them
and their entire economy.

He touched briefly on the two main
reasons why Lago was established in
Aruba: because Aruba had stability
which would permit uninterrupted
operations, and because it would be
|a low-cost operation. That Lago is a
low-cost operation is not due to low
wages, poor working conditions, or
lack of employee benefits; in fact,
Lago is a leader in these fields in
this hemisphere. Lago’s low-cost ope-
| ration depends on a number of other
factors, main ones of which are eco-
nomic location, low-cost equipment,
and high volume throughput. Aruba
is conveniently located to the rest of
the world, and its haulage point to
its markets is good. This gives Aruba
a shipping advantage over many
other sources of petroleum products.
And the fact that Lago maintains an



extremely high throughput keeps
costs down.

"Both these conditions — stability
and low-cost operations — must be

met if Lago is to remain in Aruba,
because there is no raw material (oil)
here, and there is no market,’’ Mr.
Mingus said. "Therefore, both the
crude supplier and the product buyer
must be convinced that this is their
best and most profitable deal, if we
are to continue to exist.”

Obviously, Venezuela is very inte-
rested in how Lago conducts its busi-
ness, and as long as it is more econo-
mical and profitable to refine in Aru-
ba, Aruba’s position has a good chan-
ce of remaining secure. The 38 coun-
tries that buy oil products from
Aruba will continve to do so as long

Turn to page 2, col. 3)









nw

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



RUBA Esso NEWS

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

Hospital Charges | Outside normal clinic hours: Fls. 2.50.
2 | Clinie charges will include routi

(Continued from page 1) | laboratory work such as urinalysis,

ments. simple blood counts, ete., but will

The present charge of Fils. 50.00 | not include special laboratory proce-

will be maintained for blood used in|dures and X-ray work. The clinic

blood transfusions when purchased | charges will include prescribed drugs

from a professional blood donor.

Miscellaneous Injections, Light |value of the prescribed drugs

Treatments, ete. amounts to more than Fls. 1.88, then

The following charge, in addition to|a charge will be made for the dif-

the charge for clinic visists, will be | ference between Fls. 1.88 and the



applied for these — Fils. 1.00. No} actual cost of the drugs. This also

|to the value of Fls. 1.88. When the |



charge will be made on repeat visits
where these are handled by a nurse
and where no consultation with a
doctor is involved.

X-ray charges will be based on the
individual films used. A _ single
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will be two times this figure. When it
is necessary to use five films the
charge will be five times the indivi-
dual film rate, ete.

Base Charge
Fls. 2.00
Surgical Procedures

The following charges will be made
for surgical procedures, including the
use of operating facilities: |





Minor surgical procedures and
operating facilities - Fils. 15. |
Major surgical procedures and



operating facilities - Fls. 30.

No medical charge against family
members will be made when the med- |
ical services rendered result from |
conformance with Company policy or
have been at the direct request of the
Medical Department because of
overall public health procedures. Ser-
vices in these categories will include
prophylactic vaccinations or inocu-
lations against contagious diseases,
and specific examinations and con-
sultations considered necessary by
the Medical Department in the con- |
trol of an existing epidemic. |

\ Hardship Cases |

Hardship cases will be given spe- |



cial consideration by the manage- |
ment.
General
The above information does not

change the present medical policy or
regulations, except for the revised
charges and the new charges outlined.

All charges in detail, listed by cat-



agory of employees, are posted in,

the family waiting rooms in the
hospital. |

Over Fis. 460 Per Month

Medical charges for family mem-
bers of staff and regular employees
getting more than Fls. 460 are as

applies to cases in the hospital.
Hospitalization Charges
Fis. 4 per day
Obstetrical Services





Prenatal clinic blanket charge: Fls. 15.
Delivery and postnatal charge: Fls. 55.
Special Charges

Laboratory Services
The following charges will be

made against each examination con-
ducted for clinic or hospitalized pat-
ients in accordance with the group
in which the examination falls:

Group I Includes the procedures to
be conducted free of
charge as part of clinic
or in-patient charge.

Group II Fls. 1

Group III Fls. 2
Group IV Fils. 3
Blood Plasma

The present charge
of blood plasma is J
Fls. 7.00, subject to change dependent
upon actual cost of subsequent ship-
ments.

The present charge of Fls. 50.00
will be maintained for blood used in
blood transfusions when purchased
from a professional blood donor.

Miscellaneous Injections, Light

Treatments, etc.

The following charge, in addition
to the charge for clinic visits, will
be applied for these — Fls. 1.00. No
charge will be made on repeat visits
where these are handled by a nurse
and where no consultation with a
doctor is involved.

X-Ray

for 50 ¢.



X-ray charges will be based on the |

individual films used. A _ single

picture, therefore, will cost the base |

charge stated below. Two films as in
stereoscopic examination of the chest

| will be two times this figure. When

it is necessary to use five films the
charge will be five times the indivi-
dual film rate, ete.
Base Charge
Fls. 2.00
Surgical Procedures

The following charges will be
made for surgical procedures, includ-
ing the use of operating facilities:
and






approximately |

follows: | Minor surgical procedures
Clinic charges | operating facilities - Fls. 15.
During normal clinic hours: Fls. 1.50. Major surgical procedures and



moth. de

A traditional ceremony was held recently by members of the local
A.M.O.R.C., Rosicrucian Aruba chapter, at Foresters Lodge. They symbo-
lically re-enacted the building of the Great Pyramid of Cheops at Gizeh,
which was a temple of learning. Th2 Rosicrucians trace their traditional
origin back to Amenhotep IV, Pharaoh of 1350 B.C. The Master, H. Spong,
right, Power House conducted the ceremony, and the chaplain, R. Louis

standing in center, Garage Transportation offered a prayer.





Un ceremonia tradicional a worde teni recientemente door di miembronan
di A.M.O.R.C., seccion Arubano di institucion di Rosicrucians, na Foresters
Lodge. Simbolicamente miembronan di e organizacion a re-construi e Gran



Pyramid di Cheops na Gizeh, cual tabata un templo di sabiduria. Rosicru- |

ciansnan ta demonstra cu nan origen tradicional ta origina for di tempo
di Amenthotep IV, Farao di Egypto na anja 1350 promer cu Cristo. E

Maestro, H. Spong, banda drechi, Power House, a dirigi ceremonianan, y
kapelaan R. Louisy, mei mei, Garage & Transportation, a reza un oracion.



operating facilities - Fls. 55.

No medical charge against family
members will be made when the
medical services rendered result from |
conformance with Company policy
or have been at the direct request
of the Medical Department because
of overall public health procedures.
Services in these categories will |
include prophylactic vaccinations or
inoculations against contagious dis-
eases, and specific examinations and
consultations considered necessary by
the Medical Department in the con-
trol of an existing epidemic.

Hardship Cases

Hardship cases will be given spec-

| ial consideration by the management.
General

The above information does not
change the present medical policy or
regulations, except for the revised
charges and new charges outlined.

All charges in detail, listed by ca-
tagory of employees, are posted in
the family waiting rooms in the
hospital.











Political Unions

(Continued from page 1)
as it is economical and profitable for
them. Aruba’s costs must remain
comparitively low in order to compete
with other sources of supply, parti-

October 5, 1951

ee __ Mittober 5, 1952
Bell Installed In Methodist Church



R. Hazel, right, pulls the switch which will ring the new church bell for
the first time. Looking on are Rey. R. A. Kirtley, left, and L. Van
Gennep, electrician.

| R. Hazel, banda drechi, ta draai e switch cual lo haci e klok nobo di kerki

cularly with refineries or projected di Methodista luid pa di promer biaha. Observando ta Reverendo R. A.
Kirtley, banda robez, y L. van Gennep, electricien.

refineries in these 38 countries; |
for their production will be pro-
tected by import taxes which favor |
; the home refinery. Also, for currency |
reasons and to provide employment
for their own people, these buyers of |
| Lago’s products are anxious to import |
oil and do the manufacturing acon

|their own country. These factors
|make profit for Venezuela and low
price to the consumer of vital impor-
tance to Lago and Aruba.

History shows that, where political
unions have been active, results have
been harmful to the company, the em-
ployees, the general public, the coun-
try’s economy, and even to the politi-
cal parties themselves.

As an example of what labor un-
rest can do to a large company, Mr.
Mingus cited the recent case of the
United Fruit Company in Guatemala
| There, because of unrealistic lapor
demands, United Fruit has announced

it is liquidating its 80 million dollar





{holdings and moving out of the
country.

The Answer

Lago is against political labor



| unions, but it is strongly for some-
thing as well. That is the Lago Em-
ployee Council.

| "On the LEC are representatives
freely elected by all our workers, and
only our workers, with the right to
| bargain on wages, hours, and work-
| ing conditions. We believe that is the
best setup for Lago and for Aruba,”
Mr. Mingus said.

Because of frequent elections, em-
ployees have a chance to express their
approval or disapproval of their re-
presentatives on the LEC.

The LEC is still young — less than
two years old — but it has made pro-
gress as a negotiating body, and can
develop into a strong organization ca-
pable of handling all employee mat-
ters with Company management. In
the LEC lies Lago’s — and Aruba’s —
| hope. For if Aruba carries labor into
| political fights, it faces the same di-
| sastrous strife that has proved fatal
| in so many other countries.



|Peligro di Union Politico
|Mustra den Conferencianan
| (Continua na pagina 1)
do pa motibo di dificultad cu traha-
dornan e ora Venezuela mester cera
hopi di su poznan di azeta y sufri un
perdida grandi den renta. Y e 38
; paisnan na unda Lago ta manda pro-
ductonan di azeta ta depende di rici-
bi e productonan ey na tempo y un
prijs razonabel. Si Lago faya den
cumplimento cu su compromisonan cu
e paisnan aki, anto esakinan lo trata
di obtene productonan di petroleo fo’i |
| otro lugar. |
| Tanto Venezuela como e otro tera-
{nan unda Lago ta bende su producto-
nan tabata masha preocupa over di e
ultimo huelga aki, Sr. Mingus a bisa. |



Pa nan, e huelga tabata mucho mas

Antillanan Neerlandes; nan y henter
nan economia a worde seriamente
afecta! |

El a papia brevemente over di e
dos motibonan principal pakiko Lago

a worde estableci na Aruba: pasobra | S

Aruba tabatin stabilidad cu tabata
permiti operamento sin interrupcidn,
y pasobra su operamento lo tabata di
costo-abao.

Cu Lago su operamento ta di costo- |
abao no kier meen cu esey ta pa mo-
tibo di sueldonan abao, condicionnan
pober di trabao of falta di beneficio-
nan pa empleadonan; en realidad,
| (Continua di pagina 4) |

|
cu solamente un asunto di Aruba of 5
|

8

The new 270-pound bell in the San
Nicolas Methodist Church, rang for
the first time September 16. This
picture was taken from underneath
the bell, looking up.
270 liber den

E klok nobo di kerki

di Methodista na San Nicolas, a luid!

pa di promer biaha dia 16 di Septem-

ber. E portret aki a worde tuma for

di bao di e klok.

NEW ARRIVALS



RAJROOP, Samuel son, Ivor Joseph,
born September
GUMBS, George E.: A son, Ormando Li




15.
A daughter, Maureen

born September





Ernes








Adele, born otember 16,
(OUR, Albert J.: A son, Allan
shard Greg: born September 16.
cio R.: A daughter, Edita





Filomena, born September 16.
ARENDS, Efraim R.: A son, Francisco Ro-
bert, born September 17.



daughter, Francisca
17,
Jean Patri-

, Thomas F A
eodora, born September

ph: A



KELL
T

JONES, Rud daughte





cia & a n, Julian Orland born Sep-
tember

BERNAB A, Antonio: A son, Raymond
Juan, born September PS.



STRANG, George E.: A son, James George,
born September 18.
QUASHIE as: A daughter, Mary Eliza-



















The new 270-pound, 23-inch bell in
|the San Nicolas Methodist Church
was dedicated at servi September
| 16. Rev. R. y officiated.
Engraved ”To the Glory of God”,
the bell was first rung by R. Hazel,
lone of the foundation members of the
| church.



| The electrically operated bell came

from Asten, Holland. It was made
by the same company which made
the 47-bell carillon recently installed
in the Curagaosche Museum in Cura-
cao.

Mr. Oosting, electrician from the
bell company, supervised the instal-
lation, a ted by L. Van Gennep.







The cost of the bell, the first ever



installed in the Methodist Church,
was Fl. 1,159.
|Klok Nobo Instala Na
Kerki Di Methodista

E klok nobo den kerki di Metho-
dista na San Nicolas, cu_un peso di

2

duim, a



270 liber y un diame
worde oficialmente durante
ceremonianan dia 16 September.
Reverendo R. A. Kirtley a dirigi ce-
remonianan. E klok, cual tabata gra-
|ba "Na Gloria di Dios”, a worde ge-










|luid pa di promer bez door di R.
|Hazel, un di e fundadornan di e
| kerki.

E klok cu ta traha cu coriente a



| worde fabrica na Asten, Holanda. El
a worde fabrica door di e mes Com-
pania cu a traha e
klok, cual a worde instala den Museo
}na Curacao recientemente.

Sr. Oosting, electricien di e
cu a traha e klok, tabata en-



carillon di 47



com-











beth, September 19.
ILLIDGE, Reginald: A daughter, Rosita
Mercedes, born September 19. :
Thomas: A daughter, Diana |
. born September 19.
St. M.: A da , Fran-
n September 20
A daughter, Hurelia,
a8
: A son, Francisco
. born September 20.
ston: A son, Edward Na-
September 21.
slo: A son,




21.
LACLE, Adriaan A.: A daughter,
Leonora, born S eptember 21,

Â¥, Romualdo: A daughter,
, born September

tember

nio,



Audrey







ughter,

Ronald H.: A ¢
s, born September




















. Pedro: A son, born September
WALT A daughter, Linda
resita, born ntember 24.
WILLIAMS, Denton: A son, born Septem-
ber 24.
| RODRIQL aw ph: A son, Leonard
porn September
. Henry: A daught Altagracia
born September
HOUDT, Sabino: A son, Ramiro Leo-
dio, born Septemby

rik: A Klaas Theo

n September

26.



Mateo Efige-



pania
carga cu su instalacion, asisti door
| di L. van Gennep.
| Prijs di e klok, di promer cu a
|worde instala den Kerki di Metho-
| dista, ta Fils. 1,159.
|
|
Taken to the Cleaners’
|
7
<
&
%
%
j
fy
| 4
4 ta
|This eight-inch-long centipede was

found alive in a bundle of laundry

recently. It was caught alive and sent

to the high school laboratory in a

bottle. This is one of many such

creatures which have been found in
cases of laundry.









October 5, 1951 ARUBA ESSO NEWS



Austis H. sibs ri fls Ze
D le » cable terminals
108 Winners Make July (3:02 er"

. Lambert
Improvements to area around su-
pervisors training building.
Merle W. Morris fls 40
Install street lighting on road from
top at end of 900 row to stop
at Colony Shops.

Biggest CY! Month

July was really a big month for alert employees who sent in sug-
gestions to Coin Your Ideas. More cash awards were made that month



fls 40







than in any other month in the history of CYI. Awards, totalling d revise form to conform

= rae To ward of Fls. 1500 went to Capt. | with “printed L.O.T. form.

Fls. 5225, went to 108 winners. p awa ise LE yeu Wwevne fis 40

R. J. Storie - he won Fils. 1500. Re designing pump and motor
se 108 employees prove once again that good ideas are worth bases - secure weight from ma-

These 10: plo) r ; t

money. And Coin Your Ideas is always happy to pay good money for aaetter when ordering. reat
“. 7 y > as i y" 7? riV itney ogers s

Boodideas) Haveryon sank) anyaldess ini t0) OM Uae ao eire Illuminate water cooler booths &|

it a try. Take a good look around you — not only at your own job, install walle - Esso Heights |

rations. Look for safer ways to do things, for better, new bunkhous
but at other opera } e 1 |
more efficient ways to perform various operations. Jot your ideas G. Arindell fls 35

Provide rope ladder in crane cab |

Main Machine Shop. |
Wilhelmus Hopmans fls 35 |

Method for cutting tube bundles
amp for power saw.
. James fls 35
ub: e set for drill bushings for
drilling out broken studs - H. O.
Pumps - Combination Units.

down on a piece of paper and mail them tc Coin Your Ideas, That's
what these 108 winners did, and their ideas paid off for them. Your
ideas can just as easily pay off for you.





Puller
shafts.
Mariano Garrido

108 CYI winners for - removing impellers from

July:

the

Here

are



fls 50




Fis 1500

























ion in tank cleaning proce- Reinforce upper structure, balance M. Nicol fls
prior to loading diesel oil support framework - Clyde handi- Tr aeeit snool withine? rcavulins
J. ake ra fls 650 neeeeciices f welded in center steam connection |
eterson s 65 . P. Gittens ! 2 & S tka?
Connect no. 12 crude line to no. 7 Counterbore tube sheets and ir I Be a cuoee fls 35
crude line between tanks no. 158 monelishon lacy stay bolts - No. 1 UCSRELEAgE ANd UReTOTRehItOnee ft
: eve sits ging ¢ 3
igaroa fls 100 | H. E. Johnson fls 50 Eee ao Peabody Burners:
flanges obsolete cargo! Install 4” connection between vapor a een sah Loh aaliol na
ixch. crude outlet & 5” Cire. line S 4 CO aaes
fls 90 Sach 5-8. stre See tion end of sump
Reduce speed setting for chart| Edward J. “Kulisek fls 50) E PA raaent naneetetiecaNo: ag 30
; revel ai nsramens: ae Ea standard portable vapor tandill lips of tunnel reatchine
oe D. Hu fz s greas Spee rts he : ae 2
Design re raising & lowering deep|J. R. Reimel _ PIRI O) rs Oe eto
1 oil recovery pumps. Eliminate sending N.Y. Office Fr. Rive fls 3
fls 50 ng departure of pas- gs



















wae 33 at : Se eee eet Remove center flanges from pee
Reese crenunes teen of ying tankers Aruba y a hoists PIR persia i ia
Jwen Banfield fls 50 stopher Romney fls 50 Onsam “ 8
Construct jig for machinery closure Lockers - tool boxes - Colony } Vaden sie ae ede eae Hee
dises - Machine Shop. Maintenance. ss Te 15. the CSL Deke =|
William D. Casey A. Schwarz fls 50 G oo ius T mh Finesotl
Erect rack for storing crane Exchange hi octane butane feed Shear eae EEE Hy ae eel
blocks. pump 895 with low o.b. pump G eee Z a Ti esign (Hys ah of |
oston I. Coons no. 886. Pin 7 ence ht ick zi a)
Design for packing ram - 5”) C. van den Berg fls 50 Beare Spotlight on pick-up - Zone}
and 514""x24 National transit Install fire escape ladder - Project Nonenhibentanan fls 25 |
pumps - Pressure stills No. 1-8. ion booth - Lago Club. Relocateumnaraiel ny eee 2
M. J. De Lange fls 50 W. O. Weber I S01 Wier ee ieee ca aa
Design for souvenir plaque. »w procedure to be followed on CRETE rom Esso Dining Hall
1. C. Does fls 50, refinery fire drfils. vO Hospital

Allan J. Black
Install 2

fis

25






. E, Carty s
tn stall iron stand (portable) -
up. Plant.
V. Connor
hardened ground drill s
| taper shank tools:

finery.
J. de Lange
Provide receptable
water - Col
Mariano G
Ins




for distilled
Filling Station.



fls 2
ladder - link





= :

All new employees to be introdu ced
by foreman to their district repre-

E. Glasford

Close up space opposite

door in wall - Hospital.

V. Jacobs

Remove



fls 28
isolation
fls 25
& housing



440V_ breakers

from precipitator panel & install in
1431

control circuit of
& 1432 - LEAR.
C. Ladner f
Install spool between control v

motors no.





lve



i







and 2” block valve - L.O.S. & S.
Plant.
M. I. Lake fls 26
Jighest a df uy CYI suggestions went to Captain R. J. Storie, left, Convert clarified oil flowmeter
vho was given F 1500. Marine Manager J. Andreae makes the presen- slutty service to flushing oil
ation while Capta ns MacLean and Thomas look on. Captain Storie’s idea method.
vas a variation in tank cleaning procedure prior to loading diesel oil L. L. Morris fls 25
ankers. The use of the suggestion has resulted in a substantial monetary y Hazard - % mile north of





saving to the Company.





Main Street & loth Ave.

- Anita Paul fls
Install wash sin on section
porch - Hospital.

E. J. Philipzoon fls 25
I ull safety shower near 8 barrel
















agitator - No. 8 Lab.

. C. Ramsey fls 25
tity card to be attached to all
ignments - Lake Tankers.

F. Ras fls
Identify water connection on Lake
Tankers.

M. R. Reemnet fls 26
Fabricate & install metal tags re
tinning refrigerator shelves.

F. Riggs
Lay a paving mix runway over
pipe trench N.E. of contr 1 house

between T.A.R.
Th. R. Saltibus fls 28
Install time d rack in each per-
manent nursing section - Hospital.

& GSAR,





A. Werleman fls
Construct roof on West side of
GL AR- ile

H. E. Abma fls 20
Us stencilled invoice form - for



visitors & for transient guests.




Ww



R. Anthony fls 20
Connect 1” drain line to no. 5
crude still drain to sewer.

R. Anthony fls
Install bleeder line above m
caustic valve - extend to sewer -
no. 3 R.R.

Cecil Barran fls 20




Use infra red lamp to determine
I.P. freezing points.
R. C. Busacker fls 20 |

Improve housekeeping - G.O.B.












20 |W. Nahar






Morgan fls 20

» standard toilet valves on local

hired toilets - Main Electric Shop.

fls 20
Change in administration procedure
I. R. Training Division.

Fred Parris fls 20
Ind. Rel. Minutes distribution
save white envelopes.

Charles Phillips fls 20
Install concrete supports under 4”
pipeline south of tanks no. 382.












R. Chang Yit fls 20 Alfred W. Phillip fils 20
Improvement to safety - Lago Install mirror on wall - Util. Room
Heights hill. Lab. no. 1

Alleyne Chichester fls 20 | H. L. Riviears fls 20
Install proper foundation for lad- Erect permanent pier to support
der - east of No. 8 rerun. still} flow control manifold - 6” refinery
(Main steam line). condensate line.

R. D. Dijkhoff fls C. Romney fls 20
Install mirrors in PCAR_ utility} Additional supports for safety re-
buildings. lease lines- no. 12 Aviation Still.

W. T. Dowers fls 20 | V. Romeo fls 20
Install fitting on air tanks of | Improve milk bar facilities.
cranes to inflate tires. | J. A. Royer fls 20

S. R. Dublin fls £ Install extinguisher site "X” shack.
Install hand rail on tank no. 264.) L. Simon fls 20

Nydia Ecury fls 20 Relocate clock to position above

e for ice delivered to BQ| door of Lab. no. 1 office.
No. 3 - o News. S. Solomons fls 20

J. Franci: fls 20 Install guard over Esso Club
Rotate acid control valve on pro- kitchen walk in box machine.
duct settler - AAR-2. G, Strang fls 20

Edwin L. George fls 20 Provide illumination - gland reco-



Relocate hydrant connections from
south to north gas oil transfer
pumphouse.

A. Hack fls 20)
Install screen door eastern entrance
T.S.D. Annex.

J. P. Halley fls 20

Install bulletin board
shop office
N. J. Hay
Pro

fls





ladies rest room - Marine Office.
| H. J. Hengeveld fls 20



Substitute MS-374A for regular
ditto copy paper MS-524A - Store-
house.

A. Jack fls 20

Orange pennant to be flown - Royal

family members’ birthday.

|v. Jacobs fls 20
Remove unnecessary equipment
from precipitator panel.

V. Jacobs fls 20
Remove Hart and Hegeman swit-
ches from precipitator panel &

replace with C.R. 106 1 H 2 A G.E.

switches.



V. Jacobs fls 20
Discontinue ordering H & H
switches & heaters.

~>
é 7
| Wey ‘
: <=




» Whose winnings for his idea
ell Fls. 600, was on vacation when
the capital awards were presented
in July.



Walter Beyer, LOF,
robez, ta ricibi un
CYI di Fls. 200 for di J. M. Whiteley.
Sr. Beyer, kende a ri un suma
total di Fls. 600 pa e idea caba, ta-
bata na vacacion ora e premio may
nan a worde presenta na Juli.

rd na banda
mio mayor di

p













E. E. Jones fls 20
Install warning bell on overhead
crane - Machine Shop.

Charles F. Krind fls 20
Use B.P. plug instead of one now
being used - 4 ton for hoist -
Mach. Shop.

R. Koko fls 20
Install platform at GAR-2 Jacket
water drum float guage alarm.





M. G. Lake fls
Insulate 2'%" steam line -
Abs. Plant.

H. L. Leverock fls 20
Install bleeder valves on furnace
tubes blow down lines - V.B. 9, 10
& 12.

Raymond J. Louisy fls 20
Install electric fan in hospital
laundry.

. Maduro fls 20
ull drain line on steam line to

d line - no. 8 R.R. Still.
Mitchell 20
Pub icize emergency tel. Nos. tele-

phone booth at Lago Heights
Mills

Scooters parking -
Saybolt Laboratory.

O,
fls 20
north of




Area

in shipyard, G. P. Tromp

20
ide wall lamp - Ante-room of

r, LOF, standing, left,
CYI capital award of
00 from J. M. Whiteley. Mr.

very drum - no. 11 Gas Oil.

P. J. Tackling fls 20
Install connection from valve outlet
on test well pump No. 1585 ete.

P. Tromp fls 20

Re-orient floor plates north west of

laundry (covering pipe lines).

fls



|G.

20



Fabricate safety cage ladder be-
tween tanks no. 94 & 95.

J. Tromp fls 2
Install extension line to 12” steam
line valve - flash drum and tower
level guage glass - no. 3 Rerun

Still.

E. R. Winklaar fls 20
Install check valve on steam line
to stripper no. 1 & 2 Crude Stills.

O. Yanez fls 20
Improvements to shops’ fire pro-
tection facilities.



fr.

Heliberto Kelly, M&C Machinist, has

ved a diploma in Automobile Re-

rs from the International Corres-

pondence School. It was a 3!3-year

course. Mr. Kelly has been with Lago
14 years.



Dominican Sisters
Aid Bosco Fund

The Unitas Ladies Club of Oranje-
stad is entertaining as its guests
Mother Imelda, the Mother Superior,
and Sister Magdalena, both Domin-
ican sisters of Bethany in Holland.

The Unitas is the founder of the
Don Boseo Fund, the purpose of
which is to raise funds to build an
orphanage and home for wayward
children in the Noord district of
Aruba.

The Domican sisters are famous
for their work in Holland among ju-




venile delinquents and orphans. The
two sisters came primarily to investi-
gate the establishment of a Domini-

can order in Aruba to run the home
when it is completed.

Mother Imelda and Sister
lena were Lago’s guests last
They were immensely inte ed in
their tour of the refinery and asked
many questions as they went along.
They are scheduled to leave Aruba
next Tuesday, October 9.

Later this month five
Sisters of Bethany will 2
Holland. It is planned for them to
teach in the school in the Noord pa-
rish until the orphanage is built. T!
will learn Papiamento so they can
teach it to those who will teach in the
new home.

It is hoped the building
started early next year.

Magda-
week.





Dominican
rrive from



will be



ARUBA ESSO NEWS



Sixteen '50 Group Boys Receive
Prizes for Shop Work Exellence





Sixteen members of the 1950| 16 aprendiz di clas di 1950 a worde
apprentice class were recently honor- | recientemente honra pa nan trabao
ed for their excellence in shop work. | excelente den shop. Prijsnan tabata



The awards were based on factors| basa ariba diferente factornan, in-
which included good conduct as well! cluyendo bon conducto tanto como ca-









as skill and their projects. lidad di nan trabao.

The eight boys who won first prize I ocho muchanan cu a gana _ pro-
each received a crescent wrench and mer prijs cada un a_ ricibi un
a hammer. Second prize winners re- |” ent wrench” y un martillo. Ga-
ceived pocket knives. nadornan di segundo prijs a_ricibi

un sambetchi.

}empleadonan ta keda sin cambia.

October 5, 1951



Tarifanan di Hospital |
pa S&R Rebaha

| _Manera a worde publica den edi-|
cion di Esso News di dia 7 di Sep-
tember anunciando resultadonan
| di mediacion special — tarifanan re-
baha pa tratamento medico pa miem- |
bronan di familia di mas cu 4,000)
empleadonan regular y di staff a
drenta na vigor dia 1 di September.
Tal ta nan rebaha ta aplicable ari-
ba miembronan di familia di emplea-
}donan te na y incluyendo rango di
Tradesman B y clasificacion di suel-
| do corespondiente, y empleadonan cu
ta gana Fls. 460 pa luna o menos.
Tarifanan pa tratamento medico pa |
miembronan di familia di tur otro











Tarifanan medico rebaha pa miem-
bronan di familia di empleadonan den
rango di Tradesman
ta ricibi Fls. 460 pa
ta manera ta sigui:
Tarifa di Clinica

Durante oranan normal di clinic
Fis. 1

Fuera di oranan normal di clinica:
Fils. 2.5

Tarifanan di clinica ta inelui tr
bao di rutina di laboratorio, por | -
ehemplo analiza di urina, checkmento
di sanger, etc., pero no ta inclui tra-

B, 0 esnan cu]

luna o menos, |

| Henry Nassy, Public Relations.
refinery tour for two Dominican

















First prize winners are, front, A. Giel; back row, left to right, F. Van der!
Linden, L. Pom, E. Arnell, O. Franken, L. Tromp, T. H. Madura and |
H. Hernandez. |

Ganadornan di promer prijs ta, banda padilanti, A. Giel; banda patras, |
robez pa drechi, F. van der Linden, L. Pom, E. Arnell, O. Franken, L.
Tromp, T. H. Madura y H. Hernandez.



bao extraordinario di laboratorio y| eee no ea
sacamento di portret (X-Ray). Re-| °F.“ «,
medinan prescribi lo ta completa- pera ne UR Oe IL Uke Ree

categoria di empleadonan, ta poni
den sala di warda den hospitaal.

Tarifanan pa tratamento medico
pa miembronan di familia di emplea-
donan regular y di staff cu ta ganan-
do mas cu Fls. 460 pa luna ta ma-
nera ta sigui:

mente gratis.

Tarifanan di Hospitalizacion |
Fls. 3. pa dia durante promer siman |
Fls. 2 pa dia durante segundo iman |
Fls. 1.50 pa dia durante di tres y di}
cuater siman









indicates a point of interest during a
sters of Bethany last weck. The sisters
were guests of the Unitas Ladies Club of Oranjestad and Lago’s gu
| a day. From the left are Mother Imelda, §
) club officers Miss Taita Oduber, Mrs. Irma Oduber, Miss
Mrs. Sara Oduber.





ter Magdalena, Mr. Nassy.





« worde|Merchants Study Tourism

At a meeting of the Aruba Mer-
chants Association on September 24,
it was announced that a sub-commit-
tee was appointed to study the tourist
question here. Particular emphasis
will be placed on what can be done
right away to attract tourists to

| Fls. 1 pa dia despues di cuater siman \"Parifanan: di Glinica Avuba, esp_cially tourists from Vene-



Second prize winners are, front,
D. Solognier, J. Van Wilgen,



G. Wer

Ganadornan di segundo prijs ta, ban
robez pa drechi, R. Hodge, D. Solo



Kock; back row, left to right, R. Hodge,
Bryon,

Ww. and |

rleman,

Menfors, H. Bareno,

da padilanti, A. Kock; banda patras,
gnier, J. van Wilgen, S. Bryon, W.

Menfors, H. Bareno y G. Werleman.

Union Politica
(Continua di pagina 2)

Lago semper ta adilanti den e asun-
tonan aki den e hemisferio aki. E
costo-abao di Lago su operamento ta
depende ariba diferente otro factor-
nan, di cual e principalnan ta e sitio
economico, instalacionnan di _ costo-
bajo, y su capacidad di volumen halto.
Aruba ta situa convenientemente en
relacién cu otro partinan di mundo,
y su sitio pa exportacién na e dife-
rente puntonan di mercado ta_ bon.
Esaki ta duna Aruba un ventaja den
exportamento over di hopi otro fuente
di productonan di petroleo. Y e hecho
cu Lago ta mantene un _ produccién
asina halto ta tene costonan abao.

”Cu tur e dos condicionnan aki, sta-
bilidad y costo — abao di operamen-
to — mester worde cumpli si Lago ta
pa keda na Aruba, pasobra no tin
producto crudo (petroleo) aki, y no
tin mercado aki tampoco, "Sr Mingus
a bisa, ’P’esey, tur dos, esun cu ta
duna e petroleo crudo y tambe esun
cu ta cumpra e productonan mester
worde convenci cu esaki ta e arreglo
di mihé y mas provechoso pa nan, si
nos ta pa sigui existi’”’

Ta di comprende cu Venezuela ta
masha interesa den con Lago ta con-
duci su asuntonan, y mientra ta mas
economico y provechoso pa rafina na
Aruba, tin bon chens pa e posicién di
Aruba keda mantene seguro. E 38
paisnan cu ta cumpra azeta fo’i Aru-
ba lo sigui haci esey mientras esey ta

economico y provechoso pa nan. Cos- |

tonan di operamente na Aruba mester
keda mantene comparativamente abao
pa por competi cu otro fuentenan di
abastecemento, particularmente cu ra-
finerianan of rafinerianan proyecta
den e 38 paisnan aki; pasobra nan
produccién lo worde proteha door di
belasting ariba importacién (invoer-
recht) cu lo ta na favor di e rafine-
ria na nan mes tera. Tambe, pa pro-
teha nan placa y duna empleo na nan
mes hendenan, e cumpradornan aki

di productonan di Lago ta ancioso pa
| importa petroleo crude y rafina e pro-
ductonan den nan mes tera. E factor-
nan aki ta haci ganancia pa Vene-
zuela y prijs abao pa e cumprador di
importancia grandi pa Lago y Aruba.

Historia ta mustra cu unda union- |
nan politico tabata activo, resultado- |
nan tabata desastroso pa e compania,
e empleadonan, publico en general, e
economia di e tera y hasta e partido-
nan politico me

Como prueba di loque dificultadnan
}cu trahadornan por haci cu un com-|
| pania grandi, Sr. Mingus a menciona
e reciente caso di United Fruit Com-
pany na Guatemala. Aya, pa motibo |
di demandanan extravagante, United
Fruit Company a anuncia cu e ta li-
|quida su propiedadnan cu tin un va-
lor di 80 millén dollar, y sali fo’i e|
tera ey. E contesta.

Lago ta contra di unionnan di tra-
hadornan ariba base politico, pero e
ta mbasha duro na fabor di algo otro.

| Esey ta Lago Employee Council.
"Den LEC”, Sr. Mingus a bisa, "tin
| representantenan cu a worde libre-
mente elegi door nos trahadornan, y
| solamente nos trahadornan, cu e de-
recho di negosha ariba sueldonan,
}oranan y condicionnan di trabao. Nos
jta kere cu esey ta e miho arreglo pa
Lago y pa Aruba”.

Door di eligimentonan cu ta tuma
luga cu frecuencia, empleadonan tin
un chens pa expresa nan aprobacién
of desaprobacién cu nan representan-
\tenan den LEC.

LEC ainda ta jong menos cu
dos afia di existencia — pero e a haci
| progreso como un cuerpo pa negosha,
y por desaroya y bira un organizacion
fuerte, bon capaz pa maneha tur
asuntonan di empleadonan cu direc-
tiva di Compania. Den LEC speranza
| di Lago — y di Aruba — ta. Pasobra,
si Aruba hiba asuntonan di trahado-
nan den peleanan di partidonan poli-
tico, e resultado lo ta e mes conflicto
desastroso cu a proba fatal den asina
!hopi otro teranan.

















Servicio Obstetrico

- | Durante oranan normal di clinica:
1 durante lunanan di estado: 7

Tarif.








Fis. 15, Fuera di orar 1 di th ae
EO EL : Fuer: ani rmi ; a:
Tarifa pa dunamento di luz y pa Crspebtese he Fe ¥ )

tratamento despues di dunamento di Tarifanan di clinica ta inclui tra



luz: Fis. Pete ae Special bao di rutina di laboratorio, por
Garviciordiilaberatorio ehemplo analiza di urina, checkmen-
E siguiente tarifanan lo worde co- Popa SE ey SC eLe uate ancl.
eee trabao extraordinario di laboratorio

bra pa cada saminamento haci pa pa-
cientenan di clinica o hospitaliza
gun cu e grupo den cual e sami
mento ta ca
Grupo I Ta inclui tur trabao gra-

tis como parti di clinica o

cuido di pacientenan_hos- |

y sacamento di portret (X-Ray). Ta-
rifanan di clinica ta inclui remedi
prescribi te na un valor di Fls. 1.88.
Ora cu e valor di remedenan prescri-
bi ta pasa Fls. 1.88, anto e diferen-
cia entre Fls. 1.88 y e prijs actual di
e remedinan lo worde cobra. Tal pro-

e-











de a cedimiento ta aplicable tambe ariba
GianS Ill Fle. o casonan den hospitaal.

Caine IVF are Tarifanan di Hospitaal

i s. 3 rls Beri.

Plasma di Sanger Bea oagee

Servicio Obstetrico

Tarifa actual pa 50 centimetro cu-| ‘Tarifa durante lunanan di estado:



bico di plasma di nger ta mas o| pw. 15
|menos Fls. 7.00, variable segun costo | ey
B] Ss Kis. | va a e seg COSTO | < 5
Soma eeree a arifa pe amento di luz y pz
actual di diferente recibidanan. Suse nape un oan ona ae ee

Tarifa actual di Fls. 50.00 lo wor- |
de manteni pa sanger usa pa trans-
fusion ora e sanger a worde cumpra
for di un dunador di sanger profe-
sional.
Inyeccionnan

luz: Fls. 55.

Tarifanan Special

| Servicio di Laboratorio
E siguiente tarifanan ta
ariba cada saminamento hac
cientenan di clinica 0 hospital

gun cu e grupo den cual e s

mento ta cai:

Grupo I_ Ta inclui tur trabao gra-
tis como parti di clinica o
cuido di pacientenan hos-
pitaliza.

Grupo II Fls. 1

Grupo III Fils

Grupo IV F's.

Plasma di Sanger

Tarifa actual pa 50 centimetro cu-

bico di plasma di sanger ta mas o

menos Fls. 7.00, variable segun costo

actual di diferente recibidanan.



aplicable
pa pa-

mi



Diversos, Tratamento
Simple, etc.

E siguiente tarifa, en adicion na
e prijs pa bishitanan na clinica, ta
aplicable ariba tal tratamento, esta
Fis. 1. Ningun tarifa lo worde cobra
pa bishitanan di rutina ora e so ta










worde trata door di un enfermera y
ora ningun consultacion cu un doctor
worde haci.
Sacamento di Portret (X-Ray)
Tarifanan pa sacamento di portret
(X-Ray) lo worde bz






°

sa ariba e se
di film cu worde usa. Un portret so-
lamente, consequentemente, lo co








e prijs basico indica aki bao. Tarifa Tarifanan actual di Fls. 50.00 lo
pa dos film, manera ta necesario pa worde manteni pa sanger usa pa
saminamento di pulmon lo costa dob- | tyansfusion ora e sanger a worde



bel. Ora cu ta necesario pa usa cin-
co film, esaki lo costa cinco bez e
tarifa basico pa un film, ete.
Tarifa Basico
Fls. 2.00

cumpra for di un dunador di sanger
profesional.
Inyeccionnan





Diversos, Tratamento
Simple, ete.

E siguiente tarifa, en adicion na e











Procedimiento di Operacion rijs pa hitanan na_ clinica, ta

E siguiente tarifanan lo worde co-| Aplicable ariba tal. tratamento, esta
bra den caso di procedimiento di ope-| FIs, 1, Ningun tarifa lo worde cobra
racion, incluyendo uso di facilidad-| pa bishitanan di rutina ora e caso ta
nan necesario. worde trata door di un enfermera y
Operacion Menor y Facilidad di) oa ningun consultacion cu un doctor




Operacion - Fls. 15
Operacion Mayor y
Operacion - Fls. 55
ingun tar medico lo worde co-
bra na miembronan di familia pa
servicionan medico duna en confor-
macion cu poliza di Compania o cu
ta worde duna na tal personanan co-
mo resultado di un suplica directo di
Departamento Medico pa protega sa-
nidad publico. Tal servicionan lo in-
celui entermento o inyeccion contra en-
fermedad contagioso, y saminamento
y consultacion specifica cu Medical
Department ta considera necesario pa
controla un epidemia existente.
Casonan di Dificultad

worde haci.

Sacamento di Portret (X-Ray)

Tarifanan pa sacamento di portret
(X-Ray) lo worde basa ariba e clase
di film cu worde usa. Un portret
lamente, pesey, lo co: i
indica aki bao. Tarif
manera ta neces
di pulmon, lo costa dobbel.
necesario pa usa cinco film
costa cinco bez e tarifa bz
film, ete.

Facilidad di











dos



film,
ario pa saminamento

a pa



Ora cu ta
esaki lo

sico pa un











Tarifa Basico
Fls. 2.00
Procedimiento pa Operacion
, siguiente tari
bra den caso di procedimientonan di







Casonan di dificultad lo worde du-| operacion, incluyendo uso di facili-
na consideracion special door di Di-| dadnan necesario.
rectiva. Operacion Menor y Facilidad di
Observacion General Operacion - F



di



E Operacion y Facilidad
Operacion - Fs

Ningun tarifa medico lo worde co-

memorandum aki no ta cambia
poliza actual medico o arreglamento
| medico, excepto pa tarifanan revisa |









fanan lo worde co- |

| project, funds will be solicited

tratamento despues di dunamento di |

zuela.

It was brought out at the meeting
that a great deal can be done now to
make tourists’ stays in Aruba more
enjoyable; many of these things can
be accomplished without too great
an outlay of money. To finance this
fr









merchants and from others intere
in promoting tourism as a major
dustry in Aruba.







Virginia and Emmette Earl Jones Jr.

The Navy is a family affair for the
children of E. E. Jones, foreman, M
& C Machinist.

Virginia, 19, and Emmette Earl Jr.,
18, recently enlisted in the Navy in
El Paso, Texas. Both young people
started in Lago High School in Sep-
tember, 1949 and graduated last June.
Mr. Jones came to Lago in December,
1948.

Virginia and Emmette
been separated from each other be-
fore their enlistment, but they had
both talked about Navy careers for a
long time. Their brother James has
been in the Navy for three years.
When he enlisted they said their
minds were made up even though they
knew it would separate them.

Emmette has just started his train-
ing at the San Diego, California,
Center. Virginia is at Great Lakes
Naval Training Center, Llinois.

had never











bra na miembronan di familia pa s
vicionan medico duna en conforma-
cion cu poliza di Compania o cu ta
worde duna na tal personanan como
resultado di un suplica directo di De-
partamento Medico pa protega sani-
dad public

Tal servicionan lo inclui entermen-
to o inyeccion contra enfermedadnan
contagioso, y minamento y consul-
tacion specifica cu Departamento Me-
dico ta considera necesario pa contro-
la un epidemia existente.

Casonan di Dificultad

Casonan di dificultad lo worde du-
na consideracion special door di Di-
rectiva.














Observacion General
memorandum aki no ta cambia
actual medico o arreglament
cepto pa tarifanan revi
nobo manera a worde

E
poliz.
medico,
y tarifanan
splica.

Tur tarifanan den detaya, segun
categoria di empleadonan, ta poni den






isala di warda den hospitaal.







October 5, 1951

Surinam Beauty Is A

al

Surinam beauty Varydi Sauwma,
second-place winner in a beauty con-
test in Paramaribo, was a guest in
Aruba

paper in Surinam. Winner of the con-
test was Olga Tjon-En-Fa who is vi-
siting in Aruba this week.



Named ’’Miss Heinekens’”’ by the
Heinekens Company, Miss Sauwma
was their guest during her stay.





Five Out

There were five peas in one pod;
they were green, and the pod was
green, and so they thought all the
world was green; and that was just
as it should be. The shell grew and
the peas grew; they fitted close to-
gether, sitting all in a row. The sun
shone, and warmed the husk, and the
rain made it clear; it was mild and
pleasant in the bright day and in
the dark night, just as it should be,
and the peas as they sat there
became bigger and bigger, and more
and more thoughtful, for something
they must do.

"Are we to sit here forever?”
asked one. "I’m afraid we shall be-
come hard by long sitting. It seems
to me there must be something out-
side - I have a kind of notion of it.”

And weeks went by. The peas be-
came yellow, and the pod also.

"All the world’s turning yellow,”
said they; and they had a right to
say it.

Suddenly they felt a tug at the
shell. The shell was torn off, passed
through two hands, and glided down
into the pocket of a jacket, in com-
pany with other full pods.

"Now we shall soon be opened!”
they said; and that is just what they
were waiting for.

*T should like to know who of us
will get farthest!” said the smallest
of the five. "Yes, now we shall soon
see.

"What is to be will be,” said the
biggest.

_ Crack!” the pod burst, and all the
five peas rolled out into the bright
sunshine. There they lay in a child’s
hand. A little boy was clutching them,
and said they were fine peas for his
pea-shooter; and he put one in and
shot it out.

"Now I’m flying out into the wide
world, catch me if you can!” And he
was gone.

"T,” said the second, ”I shall fly
straight into the sun. That’s a shell

worth looking at, and one that |
exactly suits me.” And away he
went.

rr ——s



Guest in Aruba

Varydi Sauwma, ”Miss Heinekens,” is shown being interviewed by members
of the press in Oranjestad.

Among the highlights of her visit
| were a sightseeing tour of the island
and a tour of the refinery; she tossed

last week. The contest was|out the first ball in a baseball game |
sponsored by Varia, a picture news-| between Heinekens and the Dodgers

which the latter won 4 to 1, and she

was guest of honor at a reception and |

dance held at the Surinam Club.

Her tour also included a visit to

Curagao.

of One Pod

"We'll go to sleep,” said the two
next, “but we shall roll on all
same.” And they certainly rolled and
tumbled down on the ground before
they got into the pea-shooter; but
they were put in for all that. "We
shall go farthest,” they said.

”What is to happen will happen,”
said the last, as he was shot forth
out of the pea-shooter; and he flew
up against the old board under the
garret window, just
which was filled up with moss and
soft mold; and the moss closed
round him; there he lay, a prisoner,
but not forgotten.

"What is to happen will happen,”
said he.

Within, in the little garret, lived
a poor woman, who went out in the

day to clean stoves, chop wood small, |

and to do other hard work of the
same kind, for she was strong and
willing. But she was
jand at home in the garret lay her
half-grown only little girl, who was
| very delicate and weak; for a whole
| year she had kept her bed, and it
seemed as if she could neither live
| nor die,

"She is going to her little sister,”
the woman said. ”I had only the two
children, and it was not an easy
thing to care for both, but the good
God provided for one of them by
taking her home to Himself; now I
should be glad to keep the other that
was left me; but I suppose they are
not to be separated, and my sick girl
will go to her sister in heaven.”

But the sick girl stayed where she
|was. She lay quiet and patient all
|day long, while her mother went to
earn money out-of-doors. It was

the |

into a crack |

always poor, |

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



the
"Oh!”
said she, on my word, that is a little
pea which has taken root here, and
is putting out its little leaves. How

And the
window, and half opened

mother stepped to
it.

can it have gotten into the crack?
| That is a little garden with which you
| can amuse yourself.”

| And the sick girl’s bed was moved
|nearer to the window, so that she
could always see the growing pea;
|and the mother went away to her
work.

Mother, I think I shall get well,”
said the sick child in the evening.
"The sun shone in upon me today
delightfully warm. The little pea is |
| growing fast, and I shall grow too,
and get up, and go out into the warm
sunshine.”

"God grant it,” said the mother,
but she did not believe it would be
so; yet she took care to prop with a
little stick the green plant which
|had given her daughter the pleasant
| thoughts ofslife, so that it might not
|be broken by the wind; she tied a
piece of string to the window sill
and to the upper part of the frame,
so that the pea might have some-
{thing round which it could twine,
when it shot up; and it did shoot up,
| indeed one could see how it grew
every day. |

Really, here is a flower coming!”
said the woman one day; and now
she began to hope that her sick
daughter would get well. She re-|
|membered that lately the child had |
spoken much more cheerfully than
| before, that in the last few days
|she had risen up in bed by herself,
|and had sat upright, looking with
| delighted eyes at the little garden in
| which only one plant grew. A week
afterward the sick child for the first |
|time sat up for a whole hour. Quite
happy, she sat there in the warm
sunshine, the window was_ opened,
and outside before it stood a pink
pea blossom, fully blown. The sick
girl bent down and gently kissed the
delicate leaves. This day was like a
festival.

"The Heavenly Father himself has
planted that pea, and caused it to
grow, to be a joy to you, and to me
also, my blessed child!” said the glad
mother, and she smiled at the flower,
as if it had been a good angel.

But about the other peas? Why, |
the one who flew out into the wide |
world, and said, ’Catch me if you)
can,” fell into the gutter on the roof,
|and found a home in a pigeon’s crop;
the two lazy ones got just as far, for
they, too, were eaten up by pigeons,
and thus at any rate, they were of
some real use; but the fourth, who
wanted to go up into the sun, fell
into the sink, and there he lay in
dirty water for weeks and weeks, and |
swelled prodigiously. |
| ”How beautifully fat I’m growing!”
|said the Pea. "I shall burst at last;
and I don’t think any pea can do
more than that. I’m the most remark-
| able of all the five that were in the |
shell.”

And the Sink said he was right.

But the young girl at the garret
window stood there with gleaming
eyes, with the rosy flush of health
on her cheeks, and folded her thin}
hands over the pea blossom, and |
thanked Heaven for it. |









Softball and Billiard

E. Hoftijzer, Braves captain, receives
the 1951 Softball Trophy from Ita
Arends.

E. Hoftijzer, captain di ’Braves”, ta
ricibi e copa di Softball pa anja 1951
for di Ita Arends.

|spring, and early in the morning, |

just as the mother was about to go
out to work, the sun shone pleasantly
through the little window, and threw
| its rays across the floor; and the si

| girl xed her eyes on the lowes
pane in the window.

"What may that green thing be
|that looks in at the window? It is
| moving in the wind.”









| Approximately 500 witnessed the softball and billiard
| presentation ceremonies Saturday evening, September

15, at the Lago Heights Club.
E. Hoftijzer, captain of the
\champions of A League accepted the
behalf of his team. The Dodgers wer
B. League the Cubs were champio
runners up. There were also four
given out for the best pitchers and





Braves,

ind the Don Bo:
individual




Members of Order Initiated



Members of the Order are, front row, left to right, Eldra Simmons, Ama-
lia Richardson, Rosetta Symth and Catalina Ellis. Back row, from the left
are Alice Davis, Mary Brown, Rosemund Wilson, Annie B. Simmons,
Claudina Payne, Mary E. Hillman, Agatha Rawlins, Maria Black, Agatha
Abrahams, Yvonne Arrindel and Evelyn Stephens.

The Past Most Noble Governor’s| invited to attend.
Chamber of the Household of Ruth, Sister Claudia Payne performed
Grand United Order of Oddfellows, | the duties of installing and dedicating
was established in Aruba August 26.| officer. After the ceremonies a ban-
Initiation ceremonies were held | quet was held for the Chamber Go-
August 22. Installation of officers|vernors and their guests.
and the dedication of the Chamber} The Chamber will be known as the
took place the following Sunday. All| Jewel of Aruba Past Most Noble Go-
the other branches of the Order were vernor’s Chamber No. 228.

Miembronan di’’Houshold

Regalpsigne murere of Ruth” a Worde Instala

y Softball Presenta
Den Lago Heights Un organizacién pa mohénan, dedi-
|ca na honor di Ruth (personaje_bi-
blica) a worde estableci na Aruba
como seccién di e Logia di "Oddfel-
lows” dia 26 di Augustus.



Mas o menos 500 hende a presi
cia presentacion di regalonan pa con-
test di softball y billiard Diasabra |
atardi, 15 di September, na Lago
Heights Club.

Ceremonianan di instalmento a
worde teni dia 22 di Augustus. Insta-
=; he . ore lacién di miembronan di directiva y

E. Hoftijzer, captain di Braves”, | dedicacién di e seccién nobo a tuma
campionnan invencible di A-Kla: aljugd e siguiente Diadomingo. Tur
acon © Tpedeare aE ees otro secciénnan di e Orden a worde
su team. ar ali se 0 | invita : re ‘ ;
Agnes contests DEAE Kl adeareCubae | invita pa prasencia e ceremonianan.
a sali campion y ”Don Bosco” a sali! Claudia Payne tabata encarga cu
segundo, Tambe cuater regalo indi-|e instalamento y dedicacién. Despues
vidual a worde presenta na e mehor | di e ceremonianan un banquete a wor-
“pitchers” y “batters” den cada| de teni pa e Oficialnan y non invita-
klasse. | donan.

W. R. Arias tabata e ganador den E seccién nobo lo carga e nomber
A-Klasse die Tournamento di/ qj "Jewel of Aruba Past Most Noble
Billiard y H. McGibbon a gana den) Goyernor’s Chamber No. 228”.
B-Klasse. Cuater otro regalo a worde
duna pa Billiard.







| i ar Pa
Despues di presentacion di regalo- | Old Refinery Cc So

nan, varios discurso a worde teni, Become Void October 17
entre otro door di N. M. Shirley, re- |
presentando Directiva; R. van Blar-
cum, presidente di e sub-comité pa
softball, y C. D. Louison, presidente
di sub-comité pa Billiard.
Actividadnan di
continua cu un baile
marduga.

Starting October 17 — at 8 a.m. —
all old-type official, semi-public, and
limited vehicle passes become void,
| and will not be accepted for entrance
at any refinery gate. Only the new-
type vehicle passes will be acceptable
for entrance



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Awards Made at Club Ceremonies



A clock is presented to H. McGibbon,
Class B Billiard Trourament winner,
by N. M. Shirley.

W. R. Arias, Billiard Tournament

Class A winner, receives a decanter

set from Audrey Tulloch. G. D.
Louison in at right.

Un oloshi ta worde presenta door di

N. M. Shirley na H. MeGibbon, gana-

dor di Tournament di Billiard di
B-Klasse.

W. R. Arias, ganador di Tournamento

di Billiard di A-Klasse, ta ricibi un

set di garafi cu kelki for di Audrey

Tulloch. G. D. Louison ta na banda
drechi.

League.

W. R. Arias was the winner of Class A in the Billiards

Tournament and H. MeGibbon won for Class B. Four
| other awards were made for billiards.

Following the presentations, talks were given
N. M. Shirley, representing management; R.
Blarcum, chairman of the softball sub-committee
G. D. Louison, chairman of the billiards sub-comm

The evenings activities concluded with dancing until 2.

undefeated
1951 trophy on
e runners up. In



awards

batters in each |









Koolman, Marine, was presented
F. Stoltenberg, left. Mr. Koolman
where they plan to make

Prior to his marriage September 27, E.

with a check from his fellow workers by

was married to Reina de Cuba in Sabaneta
their home.

Promer cu su matrimonio ariba dia 27 di September, E. Koolman, Marine

Department, a ricibi un check como regalo di su companeronan di trabao.

F. Stoltenberg, banda robez, ta haciendo e presentacion. Sr. Koolman a

drenta matrimonio cu Srta. Reina de Cuba di Sabaneta, na unda e pareja
ta pensa di biba.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



se

Budzie Atkins, who retired from LOF last month, is given a token of fare-

well from his friends by T. H. Harrod. He was also given a scroll, a wall

clock and a check. Mr. Atkins joined the company in 1929. He plans to
live in Carriacou.



Budzie Atkins, kende a retira for di LOF luna pasa, ta ricibi un recuerdo

di su amigonan for di T. H. Harrod. El a ricibi un pergamino, un oloshi di

muraya y un check. Sr. Atkins a cuminza su servicio cu Compania na 1929.
El ta pensa di biba na Carriacou.

October 5, 1951



|

\



The Sacred Heart Church in Sabane-
ta was the scene of the wedding of
Juan F. Tromp, Instrument, and
Candida F. van de Linde. Father
Pennix is officiating. The Tromps
spent their honeymoon in Caracas.

Misa di Sagrado Corazon na Sabane-
tabata escena di matrimonio di

ta
+ Juan F. Tromp, Instrument, y Can-
dida_ F. van der Linden. Pastoor
e wy Can ie wd Pennix ta dirigi ceremonianan. Pareja
Tromp a pasa nan "luna di miel” na

Caracas.







Prior to his marriage to Cicilia Kock September 20,
Chrismo Williems (front left) LOF, was given a silver
set. Ramiro Dekort is congratulating him.

Promer cu su matrimonio cu Cecilia Kock dia 20 di

September, Chrismo Williems, adilanti, banda robez,

L.O.F., a worde regala un stel di mesa di plata. Ramiro
De Kort ta felicitando Sr. Williems.

Bon Voyage wishes went with the leather traveling case

presented to W. A. Manware, Storehouse, by B. K.
Chand, from department members. Mr. Manware left

the company last month.

Deseonan pa un feliz biaha a worde presenta door di
B. K. Chand hunto cu e valies di cuero, na W.A.
Manware, Storehouse. Sr. Chand a haci e presentacion
na nomber di otro miembronan di Departamento. Sr.
Manware a laga Compania luna pasa.

In honor of his marriage to Maria Elizabeth Geerman
September 27, Ismael Croes, Accounting, was given a
silver set. Kay Fodermaier makes the presentation.

En honor pa ocasion di su matrimonio cu Maria Eli-
zabeth Geerman, dia 27 di September, Ismael Croes,
Oficina Mayor, a worde regala un stel di mesa di plata.

Kay Fodermaier ta haci e presentacion.

A hot food server is the wedding gift to Humphrey
Maasdaame, Marine Shipyard, from friends in the de-
partment. H. H. Yarig is making the presentation. Mr.
Maasdaame married Hermiene Abrahams September 20.

Un "hot matrimonio pa

Humphrey Maasdame, Marine Shipyard, di amigonan

di departamento. H. H. Yarig ta haciendo e presenta-

cion, Sr. Maasdame a drenta matrimonio cu Hermiene
Abrahams dia 20 di September.

food server” ta e regalo di







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4 a t }
ah
Olinda Flanegin, banda robez, padilanti, Laundry, ta ricibi un regalo promer

cu su matrimonio cu Rosendo Damian, Medical Department. A. Balanco ta
haciendo e presentacion na nomber di su companeranan di trabao.

Olinda Flanegin, front, left, Laundry, is presented with a gift prior to her
marriage to Rosenda Damian, Medical Department. A. Balanco is making
the presentation on behalf of her co-workers.



Scholarship winners Juan Yarzagarey, left, and Raymundo Farro, meet
Roberta Quinlan, N.B.C. star, who explains a television camera to them.
Juan wrote that in the jungle” of buildings in New York he was constantly
confused about direction and knew he could never find his way around
alone. The boys have now started school in Allentown, Pa., and say that
life with the Wilkensons is wonderful. "They sure make you feel at home.”

Estudiantenan Juan Yarzagaray, banda robez, y Raymundo Farro ta en-
contra Roberta Quinlan, estrella di N.B.C., kend> ta splica nan com un
camera di television ta opera. Juan a scirbi cu den e "selva" di edeficionan
na New York el tabata constantemente confundi cu direccion y tabata pen-
sa cu nunca el lo bolbe haya e camina derecho si el sali sin companero.
E muchanan a cuminza school na Allentown, Pennsylvania caba, y nan ta
bisa cu nan ta pasa masha bon na cas di familia Wilkinson. ”’Seguramente
bo ta sinti bo mes na cas cerea nan.”





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L. Frank Leaves for

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ng in States



Relatives and friends
F. M. Scott, head of Training, and P. E.

Gregario L. Frank, staff foreman
in the Instrument Department, left
September 23 for the United States
for eight to ten weeks’ training on
radio two-way communication.
penses of his trip - tuition, living
expenses, and other costs - are being
paid for by the Compan

He will first go to Chicago where
he will spend about two weeks at
the Motorola Corporation to observe
manufacturing techniques.

The remainder of the time
spent with Mobile
Inc., Newark, N.J., where will
study installation and mai nee
of the Motorola mobile two-way radio
equipment.













will be

Communications,
he







Mr. Frank has been w ith the com-
pany eighteen yea will be
his first trip to the State:

At the airport the day te left he
appeared calm but said he was
anxiously looking forward to his

trip. He will miss his wife and four |
children, he said, but they plan to|
spend a month of the time in Curagao |
visiting relatives. |

| den Teste

gathered at Dakota field to see Gregorio Frank | pers of all other employees remain |¢e pa Lago y Aruba, a worde fuerte- |
(wearing coat) off for several weeks study in the States. At the left are | unchanged.

Jensen, general foreman, Instrument.

G. L. Frank ta bai Estados Unidos pa
haci un estudio den radio comunicacion |

G. L. Frank Ta Bai E. U.
Pa haci estudio di Radio

ff Foreman

, ali pa Esta-
dos Unidos dia 2% ptember pa
sigui un estudio di ocho te die i-
man den radio comunicacion (r
cion y emision). Su estudio na
dio Unidos — tambe tur otro g:
nan — lo worde paga door di Lago.
Promer el lo bai Chicago na unda
lo pasa mas o menos dos siman

Gregorio L.







o-

el

na Motorola Corporation pa observa |

metodonan di fabricacion.

Resto di e tempo lo worde pasa
na Mobile Communications, Inc.,
Newark, N.J., unda el lo studia in-
stalacion y mantenecion di aparato-
nan mobil di comunicacion.

Sr. Frank tin 18 anja di servicio
cu Compania. Esaki lo ta di promer



|biaha cu el ta bai Estados Unidos.

SPRC Candidates
Are Nominated

At a meeting of the nominating
committee of the Lago Sport Park
Recreation Committee last week, the |
following persons were nominated as
candidates for the Recreation Com-
mittee election October 24-25: R. H.
Abrahamsz, Accounting; J. Briezen,
calc Cc. A. Brown, M&C Instru-
ment; H. de Vries, TSD Process De-
sign; C. a Hassell, M&C Administra-
tion; K. R. Khan, Accounting; Geor- |
ge F. Lawrence, Catalytic; M. I.
(Carlo) Lake, M&C Storehouse; Ro-
bert Martin, M&C Administration; |
Cc. R. McDonald, M&C Storehouse;
Robert Martin, M&C Administration; |
C. R. McDonald, M&C Metal Trades; |
A. M. Matthews, M&C Administra-
tion; S. R. Malmberg, Accounting; |
M. Reyes, M&C Electrical; D. De S.
Ridderstap, Medical; G. FE. S&S.
Straughn, I. R. Training; D. N. Solo-
mon, Colony Service; C. A. Tromp,
Executive Office; Ph. Volkerts, TSD
Lab No. 3; F. West, M&C Carpenter;
and J. L. Wever, TSD Engineering.

The above names will be listed on
the ballots for the election. Em-
ployees whose names do not appeat)





here and who wish to have their |
names entered on the ballot, should |
write a petition to the Nominating |

Committee. Petitions must carry the |
signatur of at least 100 eligible
votors. Petitions should reach the No-
minating Committee not later than
October 11, and should be addressed
to Public Relations Assistant, c/o
Public Relations Department, B. Q.
No. 3, Training Building.

The October 19 issue of The Es
News will carry the names and pic-









|
So |



mittee and also by petition.

Schedule of Paydays

Semi-Monthly Payroll
Sept. 16-30

Monday, October 8&
October 1-15

Tuesday, October 23
Monthly Payroll

Sept. 1-30 Tuesday, October 9

|
tures of those nominated by the com- | f
|

Dia di su salida pa Estados Unidos
el a aparece masha calma ariba vlieg-
veld, pero el a declara cu el tabata
ansioso pa su biaha cuminza. El lo
haci falta di su sefora y cuater yiu,
el a declara, pero esakinan lo pasa

{un luna di e tempo bishitando fami-

lia na Curagao.

La



Members of the Lake Tankermen’s Council,
among the members of the Lake Tankermen’s Committee are, seated, L. E.
Marchena and N. E. Sampson; standing, left to right, are D. L. van Putten,

V. R. Pataca

“fr Ss

PU BLISHED BY

Reduced Hosp.
Rates for S&R

VOL. 12 No. 20



Pointed Out in





As announced in the September 7 . ae :
issue of the » News — giving re- The disaster that political unions
sults of the special mediation — re-| strongly emphasized in a series of
duced medical charges for family| pegan §, Ber ee
members of about £000 stat’ and |ooeee September ae at th
regular employees went into effect



on September 1. These reduced |
|charges apply to family members of
employees up to and including trades- |
man B and corresponding wage
classifications, and employees earn-
ing Fls. 460 a month or les:

Medical charges for family



Peligronan di Union Po-
\litica a worde demonstra)



E desastre cu unionnan di traha-
dornan ariba base politico lo por tre-



mem- |

|mentemente acentud den un serie di|
| conferencianan cu a worde teni pa e|

Under Fils. 460 Per Month | formannan cuminsando dia 29 di Sep-
| tember. Papiando na e prome reunion,

The reduced medical charges for| Sr. O. Mingus, gerente general, a
family members of employees at the| splica cu Lago — tampoco Jersey |
tradesman B level, or those getting | Standard — no tin nada contra di

Fls. 460 or less are as follows: | organizaciénnan di trahadornan.
Clinic Charges | "Al contrario,” e a bisa, "nos ta
| During normal clinic hours: Fls. 1 | kere cu trahadornan tin derecho pa
| Outside normal clinic hours: Fls 2.50 | organiza”

Clinic charges will include routine} Lago tampoco no ta contra ningun
laboratory work such as urinalysis, | die partidanan politico di Aruba.
simple blood counts, etc., but will not
include special laboratory procedures| di unionnan di trahadornan ariba
|and X-ray work. Prescribed drugs | base politico, y esaki ta e motibo pa-
will be free of charge. | kiko,” Sr. Mingus a sigui. "Un par-
3} Hospitalization Charges | tida politico ta haya votonan door di
| Fls. 3 per day for lst week | priminti cosnan na e votadornan. Un
Fls. 2 per day for d week union politico lo existi door di primin-
Fls. 1.50 per day for 3rd and 4th weeks | ti cosnan na e trahadornan.
Fls. 1 per day thereafter

Obstetrical Services
Prenatal clinic blanket charge: Fls.
| Delivery and postnatal charge: F1

Special Charges











| tibo di competencia entre e partido-
| nan, e promesanan aki pronto lo duna
e tendencia di perde nan balor rea-
-| lista. E resultado lo ta dificultadnan
ly costonan asina halto cu nan lo no
Laboratory Serv | por worde carga. E resultado
The following charges will be made|’Ayo Lago! E resultado ta
against each examination conducted | Aruba’ ”.
for clinic or hospitalized patients in Tin un otro motibo masha practi-
accordance with the group in which | | co pakiko Lago ta contra di union po-
the examination falls: | litico” , Sr. Mingus a bisa.



15.







lo ta
’Ayo



|Group I Includes the procedures to Siendo cu lo tin dos 0 mas organi-
be conducted free of | zacién pa tin di haci cu nan, nos ta
charge as part of clinic or | kere cu lo ta casi imposibel pa logra
in-patient charge. |un atmésfera adecuado den cual pa
Group II Fs. negosha. Nunca bo lo ta sigur cu en



Group III Fls.
Group IV Fs. ¢
| Blood Plasma

realidad bo tin di haci cu hendenan
cu ta representa e trahadornan”

Sr. Mingus a bisa cu si dificultad-
| The present charge for 50 c.c. of | nan of problemanan di trabao bira
{blood plasma is approximately |realmente serio na Aruba, Lago lo
Fls. 7.00, subject to change dependent worde forza pa bai. E decisién pa bai
upon actual cost of subsequent ship- | lo no worde haci door di Lago, pero

(Turn to page 2, col. 1)| si door di Venezuela y e 38 teranan
| extranhero na unda nos productonan
ta worde manda. Pasobra Venezuela
ta depende ariba Lago pa rafina un
gran parti di su produccién diario di
petroleo crudo; si Lago no ta operan-









(Continua na pagina 2)

Lake Tankermen
Elect 5 to Council

Ship’s Representatives agreed to the

among their group. This committee
would be empowered to enter into
discussions with Esso Transportation
Company management on matters af-
fecting the Lake Fleet unlicensed per-
sonnel.

Following the regular meeting a
caucus meeting of the Ship’s Repre-
sentatives was held. The following
members were elected by ballot to
form the small committee to be known
as the Lake Tankermen’s Council:
D. L. van Putten, N. Sampson, L.
E. Marchena, J. Joseph and V. R.
Pataca. Mr. Van Putten was elected
president and Mr. Sampson, secre-
tary.

Each of the members of the coun-
cil has more than 10 years of service
with the company.

The present system of representa-
tion from the vessels of the Lake
Fleet, by means of the Lake Tanker-
men’s Committee, will be continued
as in the past. However, it is expec-
ted that the formation of the Lake
Tankermen’s Council will improve
this system. |



a group recently formed from



and J. Joseph.

‘LAGO OIL & TRANSPORT Co.

”Pero nos ta contra di formamento |

Pa mo-;

At the twenty-seventh regular
meeting of the Lake Tankermen’s |
Committee on September 27, the

formation of a small committee from |

‘LTD.



October 5, 1951



‘Dangers of Political Unions

Conferences

could bring to Lago and Aruba was
conferences for supervisors that
e opening session, General Manager
O. Mingus pointed out that Lago
— as well as Jersey Standard — is
not against labor organizations.

"Quite the contrary,” he said, "we
think workers have a right to orga-
nize.”

Neither is Lago opposed to any of
Aruba’s political parties.

"But we are opposed to the forma-
|tion of political labor unions, and
here’s why, "Mr. Mingus continued.
"A political party gets votes by pro-
mising things to the electorate. A po-
litical union would exist by promising
things to the worker. Because of com-
petition between parties, these pro-
mises would soon tend to become un-
realistic. The result would be trouble
and unbearably high costs. The result
would be ’Goodbye Lago.’ The result
would be ’Goodbye, Aruba.’ ”

There is another very practical
reason for Lago’s opposition to poli-
tical unions, Mr. Mingus said.

"Since there would be two or more
organizations to deal with, we believe
it would be virtually impossible to at-
tain an orderly bargaining atmosphe-
re. You could never be sure that you
were actually dealing with people re-
presenting the workers.”
| If labor troubles in Aruba became
|serious enough, Mr. Mingus said,
Lago would be forced to leave. The
decision to leave would not be made
by Lago, but would be made by Vene-
zuela and the 38 countries to which
we ship products. For Venezuela de-
pends on Lago to refine a big portion
of its daily crude production; if Lago
is not operating because of labor dif-
ficulties, then Venezuela must close
down many of its oil wells and suffer
a big loss in revenue. And the 38
countries to which Lago sends _pro-
ducts expect to receive those pro-
ducts on time and at a fair price. If
Lago fails to meet its commitments
to these nations, they are going to go
elsewhere to obtain petroleum pro-
ducts.

Both Venezuela and the nations
where Lago markets its products were
extremely concerned over the recent
strike here, Mr. Mingus said. To
them, the strike was much more than
just an Aruban or Netherlands An-
tilles matter; it vitally affected them
and their entire economy.

He touched briefly on the two main
reasons why Lago was established in
Aruba: because Aruba had stability
which would permit uninterrupted
operations, and because it would be
|a low-cost operation. That Lago is a
low-cost operation is not due to low
wages, poor working conditions, or
lack of employee benefits; in fact,
Lago is a leader in these fields in
this hemisphere. Lago’s low-cost ope-
| ration depends on a number of other
factors, main ones of which are eco-
nomic location, low-cost equipment,
and high volume throughput. Aruba
is conveniently located to the rest of
the world, and its haulage point to
its markets is good. This gives Aruba
a shipping advantage over many
other sources of petroleum products.
And the fact that Lago maintains an



extremely high throughput keeps
costs down.

"Both these conditions — stability
and low-cost operations — must be

met if Lago is to remain in Aruba,
because there is no raw material (oil)
here, and there is no market,’’ Mr.
Mingus said. "Therefore, both the
crude supplier and the product buyer
must be convinced that this is their
best and most profitable deal, if we
are to continue to exist.”

Obviously, Venezuela is very inte-
rested in how Lago conducts its busi-
ness, and as long as it is more econo-
mical and profitable to refine in Aru-
ba, Aruba’s position has a good chan-
ce of remaining secure. The 38 coun-
tries that buy oil products from
Aruba will continve to do so as long

Turn to page 2, col. 3)






nw

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



RUBA Esso NEWS

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

Hospital Charges | Outside normal clinic hours: Fls. 2.50.
2 | Clinie charges will include routi

(Continued from page 1) | laboratory work such as urinalysis,

ments. simple blood counts, ete., but will

The present charge of Fils. 50.00 | not include special laboratory proce-

will be maintained for blood used in|dures and X-ray work. The clinic

blood transfusions when purchased | charges will include prescribed drugs

from a professional blood donor.

Miscellaneous Injections, Light |value of the prescribed drugs

Treatments, ete. amounts to more than Fls. 1.88, then

The following charge, in addition to|a charge will be made for the dif-

the charge for clinic visists, will be | ference between Fls. 1.88 and the



applied for these — Fils. 1.00. No} actual cost of the drugs. This also

|to the value of Fls. 1.88. When the |



charge will be made on repeat visits
where these are handled by a nurse
and where no consultation with a
doctor is involved.

X-ray charges will be based on the
individual films used. A _ single
yseyo ayy Jo uorjeUIUIEXe dIdoosoa.e}s |
UI SB SWI[IT OM], “MO[aq pazeys aBieyo
asuq ey} 4809 [[IM ‘atoyarey} ‘ainjord
will be two times this figure. When it
is necessary to use five films the
charge will be five times the indivi-
dual film rate, ete.

Base Charge
Fls. 2.00
Surgical Procedures

The following charges will be made
for surgical procedures, including the
use of operating facilities: |





Minor surgical procedures and
operating facilities - Fils. 15. |
Major surgical procedures and



operating facilities - Fls. 30.

No medical charge against family
members will be made when the med- |
ical services rendered result from |
conformance with Company policy or
have been at the direct request of the
Medical Department because of
overall public health procedures. Ser-
vices in these categories will include
prophylactic vaccinations or inocu-
lations against contagious diseases,
and specific examinations and con-
sultations considered necessary by
the Medical Department in the con- |
trol of an existing epidemic. |

\ Hardship Cases |

Hardship cases will be given spe- |



cial consideration by the manage- |
ment.
General
The above information does not

change the present medical policy or
regulations, except for the revised
charges and the new charges outlined.

All charges in detail, listed by cat-



agory of employees, are posted in,

the family waiting rooms in the
hospital. |

Over Fis. 460 Per Month

Medical charges for family mem-
bers of staff and regular employees
getting more than Fls. 460 are as

applies to cases in the hospital.
Hospitalization Charges
Fis. 4 per day
Obstetrical Services





Prenatal clinic blanket charge: Fls. 15.
Delivery and postnatal charge: Fls. 55.
Special Charges

Laboratory Services
The following charges will be

made against each examination con-
ducted for clinic or hospitalized pat-
ients in accordance with the group
in which the examination falls:

Group I Includes the procedures to
be conducted free of
charge as part of clinic
or in-patient charge.

Group II Fls. 1

Group III Fls. 2
Group IV Fils. 3
Blood Plasma

The present charge
of blood plasma is J
Fls. 7.00, subject to change dependent
upon actual cost of subsequent ship-
ments.

The present charge of Fls. 50.00
will be maintained for blood used in
blood transfusions when purchased
from a professional blood donor.

Miscellaneous Injections, Light

Treatments, etc.

The following charge, in addition
to the charge for clinic visits, will
be applied for these — Fls. 1.00. No
charge will be made on repeat visits
where these are handled by a nurse
and where no consultation with a
doctor is involved.

X-Ray

for 50 ¢.



X-ray charges will be based on the |

individual films used. A _ single

picture, therefore, will cost the base |

charge stated below. Two films as in
stereoscopic examination of the chest

| will be two times this figure. When

it is necessary to use five films the
charge will be five times the indivi-
dual film rate, ete.
Base Charge
Fls. 2.00
Surgical Procedures

The following charges will be
made for surgical procedures, includ-
ing the use of operating facilities:
and






approximately |

follows: | Minor surgical procedures
Clinic charges | operating facilities - Fls. 15.
During normal clinic hours: Fls. 1.50. Major surgical procedures and



moth. de

A traditional ceremony was held recently by members of the local
A.M.O.R.C., Rosicrucian Aruba chapter, at Foresters Lodge. They symbo-
lically re-enacted the building of the Great Pyramid of Cheops at Gizeh,
which was a temple of learning. Th2 Rosicrucians trace their traditional
origin back to Amenhotep IV, Pharaoh of 1350 B.C. The Master, H. Spong,
right, Power House conducted the ceremony, and the chaplain, R. Louis

standing in center, Garage Transportation offered a prayer.





Un ceremonia tradicional a worde teni recientemente door di miembronan
di A.M.O.R.C., seccion Arubano di institucion di Rosicrucians, na Foresters
Lodge. Simbolicamente miembronan di e organizacion a re-construi e Gran



Pyramid di Cheops na Gizeh, cual tabata un templo di sabiduria. Rosicru- |

ciansnan ta demonstra cu nan origen tradicional ta origina for di tempo
di Amenthotep IV, Farao di Egypto na anja 1350 promer cu Cristo. E

Maestro, H. Spong, banda drechi, Power House, a dirigi ceremonianan, y
kapelaan R. Louisy, mei mei, Garage & Transportation, a reza un oracion.



operating facilities - Fls. 55.

No medical charge against family
members will be made when the
medical services rendered result from |
conformance with Company policy
or have been at the direct request
of the Medical Department because
of overall public health procedures.
Services in these categories will |
include prophylactic vaccinations or
inoculations against contagious dis-
eases, and specific examinations and
consultations considered necessary by
the Medical Department in the con-
trol of an existing epidemic.

Hardship Cases

Hardship cases will be given spec-

| ial consideration by the management.
General

The above information does not
change the present medical policy or
regulations, except for the revised
charges and new charges outlined.

All charges in detail, listed by ca-
tagory of employees, are posted in
the family waiting rooms in the
hospital.











Political Unions

(Continued from page 1)
as it is economical and profitable for
them. Aruba’s costs must remain
comparitively low in order to compete
with other sources of supply, parti-

October 5, 1951

ee __ Mittober 5, 1952
Bell Installed In Methodist Church



R. Hazel, right, pulls the switch which will ring the new church bell for
the first time. Looking on are Rey. R. A. Kirtley, left, and L. Van
Gennep, electrician.

| R. Hazel, banda drechi, ta draai e switch cual lo haci e klok nobo di kerki

cularly with refineries or projected di Methodista luid pa di promer biaha. Observando ta Reverendo R. A.
Kirtley, banda robez, y L. van Gennep, electricien.

refineries in these 38 countries; |
for their production will be pro-
tected by import taxes which favor |
; the home refinery. Also, for currency |
reasons and to provide employment
for their own people, these buyers of |
| Lago’s products are anxious to import |
oil and do the manufacturing acon

|their own country. These factors
|make profit for Venezuela and low
price to the consumer of vital impor-
tance to Lago and Aruba.

History shows that, where political
unions have been active, results have
been harmful to the company, the em-
ployees, the general public, the coun-
try’s economy, and even to the politi-
cal parties themselves.

As an example of what labor un-
rest can do to a large company, Mr.
Mingus cited the recent case of the
United Fruit Company in Guatemala
| There, because of unrealistic lapor
demands, United Fruit has announced

it is liquidating its 80 million dollar





{holdings and moving out of the
country.

The Answer

Lago is against political labor



| unions, but it is strongly for some-
thing as well. That is the Lago Em-
ployee Council.

| "On the LEC are representatives
freely elected by all our workers, and
only our workers, with the right to
| bargain on wages, hours, and work-
| ing conditions. We believe that is the
best setup for Lago and for Aruba,”
Mr. Mingus said.

Because of frequent elections, em-
ployees have a chance to express their
approval or disapproval of their re-
presentatives on the LEC.

The LEC is still young — less than
two years old — but it has made pro-
gress as a negotiating body, and can
develop into a strong organization ca-
pable of handling all employee mat-
ters with Company management. In
the LEC lies Lago’s — and Aruba’s —
| hope. For if Aruba carries labor into
| political fights, it faces the same di-
| sastrous strife that has proved fatal
| in so many other countries.



|Peligro di Union Politico
|Mustra den Conferencianan
| (Continua na pagina 1)
do pa motibo di dificultad cu traha-
dornan e ora Venezuela mester cera
hopi di su poznan di azeta y sufri un
perdida grandi den renta. Y e 38
; paisnan na unda Lago ta manda pro-
ductonan di azeta ta depende di rici-
bi e productonan ey na tempo y un
prijs razonabel. Si Lago faya den
cumplimento cu su compromisonan cu
e paisnan aki, anto esakinan lo trata
di obtene productonan di petroleo fo’i |
| otro lugar. |
| Tanto Venezuela como e otro tera-
{nan unda Lago ta bende su producto-
nan tabata masha preocupa over di e
ultimo huelga aki, Sr. Mingus a bisa. |



Pa nan, e huelga tabata mucho mas

Antillanan Neerlandes; nan y henter
nan economia a worde seriamente
afecta! |

El a papia brevemente over di e
dos motibonan principal pakiko Lago

a worde estableci na Aruba: pasobra | S

Aruba tabatin stabilidad cu tabata
permiti operamento sin interrupcidn,
y pasobra su operamento lo tabata di
costo-abao.

Cu Lago su operamento ta di costo- |
abao no kier meen cu esey ta pa mo-
tibo di sueldonan abao, condicionnan
pober di trabao of falta di beneficio-
nan pa empleadonan; en realidad,
| (Continua di pagina 4) |

|
cu solamente un asunto di Aruba of 5
|

8

The new 270-pound bell in the San
Nicolas Methodist Church, rang for
the first time September 16. This
picture was taken from underneath
the bell, looking up.
270 liber den

E klok nobo di kerki

di Methodista na San Nicolas, a luid!

pa di promer biaha dia 16 di Septem-

ber. E portret aki a worde tuma for

di bao di e klok.

NEW ARRIVALS



RAJROOP, Samuel son, Ivor Joseph,
born September
GUMBS, George E.: A son, Ormando Li




15.
A daughter, Maureen

born September





Ernes








Adele, born otember 16,
(OUR, Albert J.: A son, Allan
shard Greg: born September 16.
cio R.: A daughter, Edita





Filomena, born September 16.
ARENDS, Efraim R.: A son, Francisco Ro-
bert, born September 17.



daughter, Francisca
17,
Jean Patri-

, Thomas F A
eodora, born September

ph: A



KELL
T

JONES, Rud daughte





cia & a n, Julian Orland born Sep-
tember

BERNAB A, Antonio: A son, Raymond
Juan, born September PS.



STRANG, George E.: A son, James George,
born September 18.
QUASHIE as: A daughter, Mary Eliza-



















The new 270-pound, 23-inch bell in
|the San Nicolas Methodist Church
was dedicated at servi September
| 16. Rev. R. y officiated.
Engraved ”To the Glory of God”,
the bell was first rung by R. Hazel,
lone of the foundation members of the
| church.



| The electrically operated bell came

from Asten, Holland. It was made
by the same company which made
the 47-bell carillon recently installed
in the Curagaosche Museum in Cura-
cao.

Mr. Oosting, electrician from the
bell company, supervised the instal-
lation, a ted by L. Van Gennep.







The cost of the bell, the first ever



installed in the Methodist Church,
was Fl. 1,159.
|Klok Nobo Instala Na
Kerki Di Methodista

E klok nobo den kerki di Metho-
dista na San Nicolas, cu_un peso di

2

duim, a



270 liber y un diame
worde oficialmente durante
ceremonianan dia 16 September.
Reverendo R. A. Kirtley a dirigi ce-
remonianan. E klok, cual tabata gra-
|ba "Na Gloria di Dios”, a worde ge-










|luid pa di promer bez door di R.
|Hazel, un di e fundadornan di e
| kerki.

E klok cu ta traha cu coriente a



| worde fabrica na Asten, Holanda. El
a worde fabrica door di e mes Com-
pania cu a traha e
klok, cual a worde instala den Museo
}na Curacao recientemente.

Sr. Oosting, electricien di e
cu a traha e klok, tabata en-



carillon di 47



com-











beth, September 19.
ILLIDGE, Reginald: A daughter, Rosita
Mercedes, born September 19. :
Thomas: A daughter, Diana |
. born September 19.
St. M.: A da , Fran-
n September 20
A daughter, Hurelia,
a8
: A son, Francisco
. born September 20.
ston: A son, Edward Na-
September 21.
slo: A son,




21.
LACLE, Adriaan A.: A daughter,
Leonora, born S eptember 21,

Â¥, Romualdo: A daughter,
, born September

tember

nio,



Audrey







ughter,

Ronald H.: A ¢
s, born September




















. Pedro: A son, born September
WALT A daughter, Linda
resita, born ntember 24.
WILLIAMS, Denton: A son, born Septem-
ber 24.
| RODRIQL aw ph: A son, Leonard
porn September
. Henry: A daught Altagracia
born September
HOUDT, Sabino: A son, Ramiro Leo-
dio, born Septemby

rik: A Klaas Theo

n September

26.



Mateo Efige-



pania
carga cu su instalacion, asisti door
| di L. van Gennep.
| Prijs di e klok, di promer cu a
|worde instala den Kerki di Metho-
| dista, ta Fils. 1,159.
|
|
Taken to the Cleaners’
|
7
<
&
%
%
j
fy
| 4
4 ta
|This eight-inch-long centipede was

found alive in a bundle of laundry

recently. It was caught alive and sent

to the high school laboratory in a

bottle. This is one of many such

creatures which have been found in
cases of laundry.






October 5, 1951 ARUBA ESSO NEWS



Austis H. sibs ri fls Ze
D le » cable terminals
108 Winners Make July (3:02 er"

. Lambert
Improvements to area around su-
pervisors training building.
Merle W. Morris fls 40
Install street lighting on road from
top at end of 900 row to stop
at Colony Shops.

Biggest CY! Month

July was really a big month for alert employees who sent in sug-
gestions to Coin Your Ideas. More cash awards were made that month



fls 40







than in any other month in the history of CYI. Awards, totalling d revise form to conform

= rae To ward of Fls. 1500 went to Capt. | with “printed L.O.T. form.

Fls. 5225, went to 108 winners. p awa ise LE yeu Wwevne fis 40

R. J. Storie - he won Fils. 1500. Re designing pump and motor
se 108 employees prove once again that good ideas are worth bases - secure weight from ma-

These 10: plo) r ; t

money. And Coin Your Ideas is always happy to pay good money for aaetter when ordering. reat
“. 7 y > as i y" 7? riV itney ogers s

Boodideas) Haveryon sank) anyaldess ini t0) OM Uae ao eire Illuminate water cooler booths &|

it a try. Take a good look around you — not only at your own job, install walle - Esso Heights |

rations. Look for safer ways to do things, for better, new bunkhous
but at other opera } e 1 |
more efficient ways to perform various operations. Jot your ideas G. Arindell fls 35

Provide rope ladder in crane cab |

Main Machine Shop. |
Wilhelmus Hopmans fls 35 |

Method for cutting tube bundles
amp for power saw.
. James fls 35
ub: e set for drill bushings for
drilling out broken studs - H. O.
Pumps - Combination Units.

down on a piece of paper and mail them tc Coin Your Ideas, That's
what these 108 winners did, and their ideas paid off for them. Your
ideas can just as easily pay off for you.





Puller
shafts.
Mariano Garrido

108 CYI winners for - removing impellers from

July:

the

Here

are



fls 50




Fis 1500

























ion in tank cleaning proce- Reinforce upper structure, balance M. Nicol fls
prior to loading diesel oil support framework - Clyde handi- Tr aeeit snool withine? rcavulins
J. ake ra fls 650 neeeeciices f welded in center steam connection |
eterson s 65 . P. Gittens ! 2 & S tka?
Connect no. 12 crude line to no. 7 Counterbore tube sheets and ir I Be a cuoee fls 35
crude line between tanks no. 158 monelishon lacy stay bolts - No. 1 UCSRELEAgE ANd UReTOTRehItOnee ft
: eve sits ging ¢ 3
igaroa fls 100 | H. E. Johnson fls 50 Eee ao Peabody Burners:
flanges obsolete cargo! Install 4” connection between vapor a een sah Loh aaliol na
ixch. crude outlet & 5” Cire. line S 4 CO aaes
fls 90 Sach 5-8. stre See tion end of sump
Reduce speed setting for chart| Edward J. “Kulisek fls 50) E PA raaent naneetetiecaNo: ag 30
; revel ai nsramens: ae Ea standard portable vapor tandill lips of tunnel reatchine
oe D. Hu fz s greas Spee rts he : ae 2
Design re raising & lowering deep|J. R. Reimel _ PIRI O) rs Oe eto
1 oil recovery pumps. Eliminate sending N.Y. Office Fr. Rive fls 3
fls 50 ng departure of pas- gs



















wae 33 at : Se eee eet Remove center flanges from pee
Reese crenunes teen of ying tankers Aruba y a hoists PIR persia i ia
Jwen Banfield fls 50 stopher Romney fls 50 Onsam “ 8
Construct jig for machinery closure Lockers - tool boxes - Colony } Vaden sie ae ede eae Hee
dises - Machine Shop. Maintenance. ss Te 15. the CSL Deke =|
William D. Casey A. Schwarz fls 50 G oo ius T mh Finesotl
Erect rack for storing crane Exchange hi octane butane feed Shear eae EEE Hy ae eel
blocks. pump 895 with low o.b. pump G eee Z a Ti esign (Hys ah of |
oston I. Coons no. 886. Pin 7 ence ht ick zi a)
Design for packing ram - 5”) C. van den Berg fls 50 Beare Spotlight on pick-up - Zone}
and 514""x24 National transit Install fire escape ladder - Project Nonenhibentanan fls 25 |
pumps - Pressure stills No. 1-8. ion booth - Lago Club. Relocateumnaraiel ny eee 2
M. J. De Lange fls 50 W. O. Weber I S01 Wier ee ieee ca aa
Design for souvenir plaque. »w procedure to be followed on CRETE rom Esso Dining Hall
1. C. Does fls 50, refinery fire drfils. vO Hospital

Allan J. Black
Install 2

fis

25






. E, Carty s
tn stall iron stand (portable) -
up. Plant.
V. Connor
hardened ground drill s
| taper shank tools:

finery.
J. de Lange
Provide receptable
water - Col
Mariano G
Ins




for distilled
Filling Station.



fls 2
ladder - link





= :

All new employees to be introdu ced
by foreman to their district repre-

E. Glasford

Close up space opposite

door in wall - Hospital.

V. Jacobs

Remove



fls 28
isolation
fls 25
& housing



440V_ breakers

from precipitator panel & install in
1431

control circuit of
& 1432 - LEAR.
C. Ladner f
Install spool between control v

motors no.





lve



i







and 2” block valve - L.O.S. & S.
Plant.
M. I. Lake fls 26
Jighest a df uy CYI suggestions went to Captain R. J. Storie, left, Convert clarified oil flowmeter
vho was given F 1500. Marine Manager J. Andreae makes the presen- slutty service to flushing oil
ation while Capta ns MacLean and Thomas look on. Captain Storie’s idea method.
vas a variation in tank cleaning procedure prior to loading diesel oil L. L. Morris fls 25
ankers. The use of the suggestion has resulted in a substantial monetary y Hazard - % mile north of





saving to the Company.





Main Street & loth Ave.

- Anita Paul fls
Install wash sin on section
porch - Hospital.

E. J. Philipzoon fls 25
I ull safety shower near 8 barrel
















agitator - No. 8 Lab.

. C. Ramsey fls 25
tity card to be attached to all
ignments - Lake Tankers.

F. Ras fls
Identify water connection on Lake
Tankers.

M. R. Reemnet fls 26
Fabricate & install metal tags re
tinning refrigerator shelves.

F. Riggs
Lay a paving mix runway over
pipe trench N.E. of contr 1 house

between T.A.R.
Th. R. Saltibus fls 28
Install time d rack in each per-
manent nursing section - Hospital.

& GSAR,





A. Werleman fls
Construct roof on West side of
GL AR- ile

H. E. Abma fls 20
Us stencilled invoice form - for



visitors & for transient guests.




Ww



R. Anthony fls 20
Connect 1” drain line to no. 5
crude still drain to sewer.

R. Anthony fls
Install bleeder line above m
caustic valve - extend to sewer -
no. 3 R.R.

Cecil Barran fls 20




Use infra red lamp to determine
I.P. freezing points.
R. C. Busacker fls 20 |

Improve housekeeping - G.O.B.












20 |W. Nahar






Morgan fls 20

» standard toilet valves on local

hired toilets - Main Electric Shop.

fls 20
Change in administration procedure
I. R. Training Division.

Fred Parris fls 20
Ind. Rel. Minutes distribution
save white envelopes.

Charles Phillips fls 20
Install concrete supports under 4”
pipeline south of tanks no. 382.












R. Chang Yit fls 20 Alfred W. Phillip fils 20
Improvement to safety - Lago Install mirror on wall - Util. Room
Heights hill. Lab. no. 1

Alleyne Chichester fls 20 | H. L. Riviears fls 20
Install proper foundation for lad- Erect permanent pier to support
der - east of No. 8 rerun. still} flow control manifold - 6” refinery
(Main steam line). condensate line.

R. D. Dijkhoff fls C. Romney fls 20
Install mirrors in PCAR_ utility} Additional supports for safety re-
buildings. lease lines- no. 12 Aviation Still.

W. T. Dowers fls 20 | V. Romeo fls 20
Install fitting on air tanks of | Improve milk bar facilities.
cranes to inflate tires. | J. A. Royer fls 20

S. R. Dublin fls £ Install extinguisher site "X” shack.
Install hand rail on tank no. 264.) L. Simon fls 20

Nydia Ecury fls 20 Relocate clock to position above

e for ice delivered to BQ| door of Lab. no. 1 office.
No. 3 - o News. S. Solomons fls 20

J. Franci: fls 20 Install guard over Esso Club
Rotate acid control valve on pro- kitchen walk in box machine.
duct settler - AAR-2. G, Strang fls 20

Edwin L. George fls 20 Provide illumination - gland reco-



Relocate hydrant connections from
south to north gas oil transfer
pumphouse.

A. Hack fls 20)
Install screen door eastern entrance
T.S.D. Annex.

J. P. Halley fls 20

Install bulletin board
shop office
N. J. Hay
Pro

fls





ladies rest room - Marine Office.
| H. J. Hengeveld fls 20



Substitute MS-374A for regular
ditto copy paper MS-524A - Store-
house.

A. Jack fls 20

Orange pennant to be flown - Royal

family members’ birthday.

|v. Jacobs fls 20
Remove unnecessary equipment
from precipitator panel.

V. Jacobs fls 20
Remove Hart and Hegeman swit-
ches from precipitator panel &

replace with C.R. 106 1 H 2 A G.E.

switches.



V. Jacobs fls 20
Discontinue ordering H & H
switches & heaters.

~>
é 7
| Wey ‘
: <=




» Whose winnings for his idea
ell Fls. 600, was on vacation when
the capital awards were presented
in July.



Walter Beyer, LOF,
robez, ta ricibi un
CYI di Fls. 200 for di J. M. Whiteley.
Sr. Beyer, kende a ri un suma
total di Fls. 600 pa e idea caba, ta-
bata na vacacion ora e premio may
nan a worde presenta na Juli.

rd na banda
mio mayor di

p













E. E. Jones fls 20
Install warning bell on overhead
crane - Machine Shop.

Charles F. Krind fls 20
Use B.P. plug instead of one now
being used - 4 ton for hoist -
Mach. Shop.

R. Koko fls 20
Install platform at GAR-2 Jacket
water drum float guage alarm.





M. G. Lake fls
Insulate 2'%" steam line -
Abs. Plant.

H. L. Leverock fls 20
Install bleeder valves on furnace
tubes blow down lines - V.B. 9, 10
& 12.

Raymond J. Louisy fls 20
Install electric fan in hospital
laundry.

. Maduro fls 20
ull drain line on steam line to

d line - no. 8 R.R. Still.
Mitchell 20
Pub icize emergency tel. Nos. tele-

phone booth at Lago Heights
Mills

Scooters parking -
Saybolt Laboratory.

O,
fls 20
north of




Area

in shipyard, G. P. Tromp

20
ide wall lamp - Ante-room of

r, LOF, standing, left,
CYI capital award of
00 from J. M. Whiteley. Mr.

very drum - no. 11 Gas Oil.

P. J. Tackling fls 20
Install connection from valve outlet
on test well pump No. 1585 ete.

P. Tromp fls 20

Re-orient floor plates north west of

laundry (covering pipe lines).

fls



|G.

20



Fabricate safety cage ladder be-
tween tanks no. 94 & 95.

J. Tromp fls 2
Install extension line to 12” steam
line valve - flash drum and tower
level guage glass - no. 3 Rerun

Still.

E. R. Winklaar fls 20
Install check valve on steam line
to stripper no. 1 & 2 Crude Stills.

O. Yanez fls 20
Improvements to shops’ fire pro-
tection facilities.



fr.

Heliberto Kelly, M&C Machinist, has

ved a diploma in Automobile Re-

rs from the International Corres-

pondence School. It was a 3!3-year

course. Mr. Kelly has been with Lago
14 years.



Dominican Sisters
Aid Bosco Fund

The Unitas Ladies Club of Oranje-
stad is entertaining as its guests
Mother Imelda, the Mother Superior,
and Sister Magdalena, both Domin-
ican sisters of Bethany in Holland.

The Unitas is the founder of the
Don Boseo Fund, the purpose of
which is to raise funds to build an
orphanage and home for wayward
children in the Noord district of
Aruba.

The Domican sisters are famous
for their work in Holland among ju-




venile delinquents and orphans. The
two sisters came primarily to investi-
gate the establishment of a Domini-

can order in Aruba to run the home
when it is completed.

Mother Imelda and Sister
lena were Lago’s guests last
They were immensely inte ed in
their tour of the refinery and asked
many questions as they went along.
They are scheduled to leave Aruba
next Tuesday, October 9.

Later this month five
Sisters of Bethany will 2
Holland. It is planned for them to
teach in the school in the Noord pa-
rish until the orphanage is built. T!
will learn Papiamento so they can
teach it to those who will teach in the
new home.

It is hoped the building
started early next year.

Magda-
week.





Dominican
rrive from



will be
ARUBA ESSO NEWS



Sixteen '50 Group Boys Receive
Prizes for Shop Work Exellence





Sixteen members of the 1950| 16 aprendiz di clas di 1950 a worde
apprentice class were recently honor- | recientemente honra pa nan trabao
ed for their excellence in shop work. | excelente den shop. Prijsnan tabata



The awards were based on factors| basa ariba diferente factornan, in-
which included good conduct as well! cluyendo bon conducto tanto como ca-









as skill and their projects. lidad di nan trabao.

The eight boys who won first prize I ocho muchanan cu a gana _ pro-
each received a crescent wrench and mer prijs cada un a_ ricibi un
a hammer. Second prize winners re- |” ent wrench” y un martillo. Ga-
ceived pocket knives. nadornan di segundo prijs a_ricibi

un sambetchi.

}empleadonan ta keda sin cambia.

October 5, 1951



Tarifanan di Hospital |
pa S&R Rebaha

| _Manera a worde publica den edi-|
cion di Esso News di dia 7 di Sep-
tember anunciando resultadonan
| di mediacion special — tarifanan re-
baha pa tratamento medico pa miem- |
bronan di familia di mas cu 4,000)
empleadonan regular y di staff a
drenta na vigor dia 1 di September.
Tal ta nan rebaha ta aplicable ari-
ba miembronan di familia di emplea-
}donan te na y incluyendo rango di
Tradesman B y clasificacion di suel-
| do corespondiente, y empleadonan cu
ta gana Fls. 460 pa luna o menos.
Tarifanan pa tratamento medico pa |
miembronan di familia di tur otro











Tarifanan medico rebaha pa miem-
bronan di familia di empleadonan den
rango di Tradesman
ta ricibi Fls. 460 pa
ta manera ta sigui:
Tarifa di Clinica

Durante oranan normal di clinic
Fis. 1

Fuera di oranan normal di clinica:
Fils. 2.5

Tarifanan di clinica ta inelui tr
bao di rutina di laboratorio, por | -
ehemplo analiza di urina, checkmento
di sanger, etc., pero no ta inclui tra-

B, 0 esnan cu]

luna o menos, |

| Henry Nassy, Public Relations.
refinery tour for two Dominican

















First prize winners are, front, A. Giel; back row, left to right, F. Van der!
Linden, L. Pom, E. Arnell, O. Franken, L. Tromp, T. H. Madura and |
H. Hernandez. |

Ganadornan di promer prijs ta, banda padilanti, A. Giel; banda patras, |
robez pa drechi, F. van der Linden, L. Pom, E. Arnell, O. Franken, L.
Tromp, T. H. Madura y H. Hernandez.



bao extraordinario di laboratorio y| eee no ea
sacamento di portret (X-Ray). Re-| °F.“ «,
medinan prescribi lo ta completa- pera ne UR Oe IL Uke Ree

categoria di empleadonan, ta poni
den sala di warda den hospitaal.

Tarifanan pa tratamento medico
pa miembronan di familia di emplea-
donan regular y di staff cu ta ganan-
do mas cu Fls. 460 pa luna ta ma-
nera ta sigui:

mente gratis.

Tarifanan di Hospitalizacion |
Fls. 3. pa dia durante promer siman |
Fls. 2 pa dia durante segundo iman |
Fls. 1.50 pa dia durante di tres y di}
cuater siman









indicates a point of interest during a
sters of Bethany last weck. The sisters
were guests of the Unitas Ladies Club of Oranjestad and Lago’s gu
| a day. From the left are Mother Imelda, §
) club officers Miss Taita Oduber, Mrs. Irma Oduber, Miss
Mrs. Sara Oduber.





ter Magdalena, Mr. Nassy.





« worde|Merchants Study Tourism

At a meeting of the Aruba Mer-
chants Association on September 24,
it was announced that a sub-commit-
tee was appointed to study the tourist
question here. Particular emphasis
will be placed on what can be done
right away to attract tourists to

| Fls. 1 pa dia despues di cuater siman \"Parifanan: di Glinica Avuba, esp_cially tourists from Vene-



Second prize winners are, front,
D. Solognier, J. Van Wilgen,



G. Wer

Ganadornan di segundo prijs ta, ban
robez pa drechi, R. Hodge, D. Solo



Kock; back row, left to right, R. Hodge,
Bryon,

Ww. and |

rleman,

Menfors, H. Bareno,

da padilanti, A. Kock; banda patras,
gnier, J. van Wilgen, S. Bryon, W.

Menfors, H. Bareno y G. Werleman.

Union Politica
(Continua di pagina 2)

Lago semper ta adilanti den e asun-
tonan aki den e hemisferio aki. E
costo-abao di Lago su operamento ta
depende ariba diferente otro factor-
nan, di cual e principalnan ta e sitio
economico, instalacionnan di _ costo-
bajo, y su capacidad di volumen halto.
Aruba ta situa convenientemente en
relacién cu otro partinan di mundo,
y su sitio pa exportacién na e dife-
rente puntonan di mercado ta_ bon.
Esaki ta duna Aruba un ventaja den
exportamento over di hopi otro fuente
di productonan di petroleo. Y e hecho
cu Lago ta mantene un _ produccién
asina halto ta tene costonan abao.

”Cu tur e dos condicionnan aki, sta-
bilidad y costo — abao di operamen-
to — mester worde cumpli si Lago ta
pa keda na Aruba, pasobra no tin
producto crudo (petroleo) aki, y no
tin mercado aki tampoco, "Sr Mingus
a bisa, ’P’esey, tur dos, esun cu ta
duna e petroleo crudo y tambe esun
cu ta cumpra e productonan mester
worde convenci cu esaki ta e arreglo
di mihé y mas provechoso pa nan, si
nos ta pa sigui existi’”’

Ta di comprende cu Venezuela ta
masha interesa den con Lago ta con-
duci su asuntonan, y mientra ta mas
economico y provechoso pa rafina na
Aruba, tin bon chens pa e posicién di
Aruba keda mantene seguro. E 38
paisnan cu ta cumpra azeta fo’i Aru-
ba lo sigui haci esey mientras esey ta

economico y provechoso pa nan. Cos- |

tonan di operamente na Aruba mester
keda mantene comparativamente abao
pa por competi cu otro fuentenan di
abastecemento, particularmente cu ra-
finerianan of rafinerianan proyecta
den e 38 paisnan aki; pasobra nan
produccién lo worde proteha door di
belasting ariba importacién (invoer-
recht) cu lo ta na favor di e rafine-
ria na nan mes tera. Tambe, pa pro-
teha nan placa y duna empleo na nan
mes hendenan, e cumpradornan aki

di productonan di Lago ta ancioso pa
| importa petroleo crude y rafina e pro-
ductonan den nan mes tera. E factor-
nan aki ta haci ganancia pa Vene-
zuela y prijs abao pa e cumprador di
importancia grandi pa Lago y Aruba.

Historia ta mustra cu unda union- |
nan politico tabata activo, resultado- |
nan tabata desastroso pa e compania,
e empleadonan, publico en general, e
economia di e tera y hasta e partido-
nan politico me

Como prueba di loque dificultadnan
}cu trahadornan por haci cu un com-|
| pania grandi, Sr. Mingus a menciona
e reciente caso di United Fruit Com-
pany na Guatemala. Aya, pa motibo |
di demandanan extravagante, United
Fruit Company a anuncia cu e ta li-
|quida su propiedadnan cu tin un va-
lor di 80 millén dollar, y sali fo’i e|
tera ey. E contesta.

Lago ta contra di unionnan di tra-
hadornan ariba base politico, pero e
ta mbasha duro na fabor di algo otro.

| Esey ta Lago Employee Council.
"Den LEC”, Sr. Mingus a bisa, "tin
| representantenan cu a worde libre-
mente elegi door nos trahadornan, y
| solamente nos trahadornan, cu e de-
recho di negosha ariba sueldonan,
}oranan y condicionnan di trabao. Nos
jta kere cu esey ta e miho arreglo pa
Lago y pa Aruba”.

Door di eligimentonan cu ta tuma
luga cu frecuencia, empleadonan tin
un chens pa expresa nan aprobacién
of desaprobacién cu nan representan-
\tenan den LEC.

LEC ainda ta jong menos cu
dos afia di existencia — pero e a haci
| progreso como un cuerpo pa negosha,
y por desaroya y bira un organizacion
fuerte, bon capaz pa maneha tur
asuntonan di empleadonan cu direc-
tiva di Compania. Den LEC speranza
| di Lago — y di Aruba — ta. Pasobra,
si Aruba hiba asuntonan di trahado-
nan den peleanan di partidonan poli-
tico, e resultado lo ta e mes conflicto
desastroso cu a proba fatal den asina
!hopi otro teranan.

















Servicio Obstetrico

- | Durante oranan normal di clinica:
1 durante lunanan di estado: 7

Tarif.








Fis. 15, Fuera di orar 1 di th ae
EO EL : Fuer: ani rmi ; a:
Tarifa pa dunamento di luz y pa Crspebtese he Fe ¥ )

tratamento despues di dunamento di Tarifanan di clinica ta inclui tra



luz: Fis. Pete ae Special bao di rutina di laboratorio, por
Garviciordiilaberatorio ehemplo analiza di urina, checkmen-
E siguiente tarifanan lo worde co- Popa SE ey SC eLe uate ancl.
eee trabao extraordinario di laboratorio

bra pa cada saminamento haci pa pa-
cientenan di clinica o hospitaliza
gun cu e grupo den cual e sami
mento ta ca
Grupo I Ta inclui tur trabao gra-

tis como parti di clinica o

cuido di pacientenan_hos- |

y sacamento di portret (X-Ray). Ta-
rifanan di clinica ta inclui remedi
prescribi te na un valor di Fls. 1.88.
Ora cu e valor di remedenan prescri-
bi ta pasa Fls. 1.88, anto e diferen-
cia entre Fls. 1.88 y e prijs actual di
e remedinan lo worde cobra. Tal pro-

e-











de a cedimiento ta aplicable tambe ariba
GianS Ill Fle. o casonan den hospitaal.

Caine IVF are Tarifanan di Hospitaal

i s. 3 rls Beri.

Plasma di Sanger Bea oagee

Servicio Obstetrico

Tarifa actual pa 50 centimetro cu-| ‘Tarifa durante lunanan di estado:



bico di plasma di nger ta mas o| pw. 15
|menos Fls. 7.00, variable segun costo | ey
B] Ss Kis. | va a e seg COSTO | < 5
Soma eeree a arifa pe amento di luz y pz
actual di diferente recibidanan. Suse nape un oan ona ae ee

Tarifa actual di Fls. 50.00 lo wor- |
de manteni pa sanger usa pa trans-
fusion ora e sanger a worde cumpra
for di un dunador di sanger profe-
sional.
Inyeccionnan

luz: Fls. 55.

Tarifanan Special

| Servicio di Laboratorio
E siguiente tarifanan ta
ariba cada saminamento hac
cientenan di clinica 0 hospital

gun cu e grupo den cual e s

mento ta cai:

Grupo I_ Ta inclui tur trabao gra-
tis como parti di clinica o
cuido di pacientenan hos-
pitaliza.

Grupo II Fls. 1

Grupo III Fils

Grupo IV F's.

Plasma di Sanger

Tarifa actual pa 50 centimetro cu-

bico di plasma di sanger ta mas o

menos Fls. 7.00, variable segun costo

actual di diferente recibidanan.



aplicable
pa pa-

mi



Diversos, Tratamento
Simple, etc.

E siguiente tarifa, en adicion na
e prijs pa bishitanan na clinica, ta
aplicable ariba tal tratamento, esta
Fis. 1. Ningun tarifa lo worde cobra
pa bishitanan di rutina ora e so ta










worde trata door di un enfermera y
ora ningun consultacion cu un doctor
worde haci.
Sacamento di Portret (X-Ray)
Tarifanan pa sacamento di portret
(X-Ray) lo worde bz






°

sa ariba e se
di film cu worde usa. Un portret so-
lamente, consequentemente, lo co








e prijs basico indica aki bao. Tarifa Tarifanan actual di Fls. 50.00 lo
pa dos film, manera ta necesario pa worde manteni pa sanger usa pa
saminamento di pulmon lo costa dob- | tyansfusion ora e sanger a worde



bel. Ora cu ta necesario pa usa cin-
co film, esaki lo costa cinco bez e
tarifa basico pa un film, ete.
Tarifa Basico
Fls. 2.00

cumpra for di un dunador di sanger
profesional.
Inyeccionnan





Diversos, Tratamento
Simple, ete.

E siguiente tarifa, en adicion na e











Procedimiento di Operacion rijs pa hitanan na_ clinica, ta

E siguiente tarifanan lo worde co-| Aplicable ariba tal. tratamento, esta
bra den caso di procedimiento di ope-| FIs, 1, Ningun tarifa lo worde cobra
racion, incluyendo uso di facilidad-| pa bishitanan di rutina ora e caso ta
nan necesario. worde trata door di un enfermera y
Operacion Menor y Facilidad di) oa ningun consultacion cu un doctor




Operacion - Fls. 15
Operacion Mayor y
Operacion - Fls. 55
ingun tar medico lo worde co-
bra na miembronan di familia pa
servicionan medico duna en confor-
macion cu poliza di Compania o cu
ta worde duna na tal personanan co-
mo resultado di un suplica directo di
Departamento Medico pa protega sa-
nidad publico. Tal servicionan lo in-
celui entermento o inyeccion contra en-
fermedad contagioso, y saminamento
y consultacion specifica cu Medical
Department ta considera necesario pa
controla un epidemia existente.
Casonan di Dificultad

worde haci.

Sacamento di Portret (X-Ray)

Tarifanan pa sacamento di portret
(X-Ray) lo worde basa ariba e clase
di film cu worde usa. Un portret
lamente, pesey, lo co: i
indica aki bao. Tarif
manera ta neces
di pulmon, lo costa dobbel.
necesario pa usa cinco film
costa cinco bez e tarifa bz
film, ete.

Facilidad di











dos



film,
ario pa saminamento

a pa



Ora cu ta
esaki lo

sico pa un











Tarifa Basico
Fls. 2.00
Procedimiento pa Operacion
, siguiente tari
bra den caso di procedimientonan di







Casonan di dificultad lo worde du-| operacion, incluyendo uso di facili-
na consideracion special door di Di-| dadnan necesario.
rectiva. Operacion Menor y Facilidad di
Observacion General Operacion - F



di



E Operacion y Facilidad
Operacion - Fs

Ningun tarifa medico lo worde co-

memorandum aki no ta cambia
poliza actual medico o arreglamento
| medico, excepto pa tarifanan revisa |









fanan lo worde co- |

| project, funds will be solicited

tratamento despues di dunamento di |

zuela.

It was brought out at the meeting
that a great deal can be done now to
make tourists’ stays in Aruba more
enjoyable; many of these things can
be accomplished without too great
an outlay of money. To finance this
fr









merchants and from others intere
in promoting tourism as a major
dustry in Aruba.







Virginia and Emmette Earl Jones Jr.

The Navy is a family affair for the
children of E. E. Jones, foreman, M
& C Machinist.

Virginia, 19, and Emmette Earl Jr.,
18, recently enlisted in the Navy in
El Paso, Texas. Both young people
started in Lago High School in Sep-
tember, 1949 and graduated last June.
Mr. Jones came to Lago in December,
1948.

Virginia and Emmette
been separated from each other be-
fore their enlistment, but they had
both talked about Navy careers for a
long time. Their brother James has
been in the Navy for three years.
When he enlisted they said their
minds were made up even though they
knew it would separate them.

Emmette has just started his train-
ing at the San Diego, California,
Center. Virginia is at Great Lakes
Naval Training Center, Llinois.

had never











bra na miembronan di familia pa s
vicionan medico duna en conforma-
cion cu poliza di Compania o cu ta
worde duna na tal personanan como
resultado di un suplica directo di De-
partamento Medico pa protega sani-
dad public

Tal servicionan lo inclui entermen-
to o inyeccion contra enfermedadnan
contagioso, y minamento y consul-
tacion specifica cu Departamento Me-
dico ta considera necesario pa contro-
la un epidemia existente.

Casonan di Dificultad

Casonan di dificultad lo worde du-
na consideracion special door di Di-
rectiva.














Observacion General
memorandum aki no ta cambia
actual medico o arreglament
cepto pa tarifanan revi
nobo manera a worde

E
poliz.
medico,
y tarifanan
splica.

Tur tarifanan den detaya, segun
categoria di empleadonan, ta poni den






isala di warda den hospitaal.




October 5, 1951

Surinam Beauty Is A

al

Surinam beauty Varydi Sauwma,
second-place winner in a beauty con-
test in Paramaribo, was a guest in
Aruba

paper in Surinam. Winner of the con-
test was Olga Tjon-En-Fa who is vi-
siting in Aruba this week.



Named ’’Miss Heinekens’”’ by the
Heinekens Company, Miss Sauwma
was their guest during her stay.





Five Out

There were five peas in one pod;
they were green, and the pod was
green, and so they thought all the
world was green; and that was just
as it should be. The shell grew and
the peas grew; they fitted close to-
gether, sitting all in a row. The sun
shone, and warmed the husk, and the
rain made it clear; it was mild and
pleasant in the bright day and in
the dark night, just as it should be,
and the peas as they sat there
became bigger and bigger, and more
and more thoughtful, for something
they must do.

"Are we to sit here forever?”
asked one. "I’m afraid we shall be-
come hard by long sitting. It seems
to me there must be something out-
side - I have a kind of notion of it.”

And weeks went by. The peas be-
came yellow, and the pod also.

"All the world’s turning yellow,”
said they; and they had a right to
say it.

Suddenly they felt a tug at the
shell. The shell was torn off, passed
through two hands, and glided down
into the pocket of a jacket, in com-
pany with other full pods.

"Now we shall soon be opened!”
they said; and that is just what they
were waiting for.

*T should like to know who of us
will get farthest!” said the smallest
of the five. "Yes, now we shall soon
see.

"What is to be will be,” said the
biggest.

_ Crack!” the pod burst, and all the
five peas rolled out into the bright
sunshine. There they lay in a child’s
hand. A little boy was clutching them,
and said they were fine peas for his
pea-shooter; and he put one in and
shot it out.

"Now I’m flying out into the wide
world, catch me if you can!” And he
was gone.

"T,” said the second, ”I shall fly
straight into the sun. That’s a shell

worth looking at, and one that |
exactly suits me.” And away he
went.

rr ——s



Guest in Aruba

Varydi Sauwma, ”Miss Heinekens,” is shown being interviewed by members
of the press in Oranjestad.

Among the highlights of her visit
| were a sightseeing tour of the island
and a tour of the refinery; she tossed

last week. The contest was|out the first ball in a baseball game |
sponsored by Varia, a picture news-| between Heinekens and the Dodgers

which the latter won 4 to 1, and she

was guest of honor at a reception and |

dance held at the Surinam Club.

Her tour also included a visit to

Curagao.

of One Pod

"We'll go to sleep,” said the two
next, “but we shall roll on all
same.” And they certainly rolled and
tumbled down on the ground before
they got into the pea-shooter; but
they were put in for all that. "We
shall go farthest,” they said.

”What is to happen will happen,”
said the last, as he was shot forth
out of the pea-shooter; and he flew
up against the old board under the
garret window, just
which was filled up with moss and
soft mold; and the moss closed
round him; there he lay, a prisoner,
but not forgotten.

"What is to happen will happen,”
said he.

Within, in the little garret, lived
a poor woman, who went out in the

day to clean stoves, chop wood small, |

and to do other hard work of the
same kind, for she was strong and
willing. But she was
jand at home in the garret lay her
half-grown only little girl, who was
| very delicate and weak; for a whole
| year she had kept her bed, and it
seemed as if she could neither live
| nor die,

"She is going to her little sister,”
the woman said. ”I had only the two
children, and it was not an easy
thing to care for both, but the good
God provided for one of them by
taking her home to Himself; now I
should be glad to keep the other that
was left me; but I suppose they are
not to be separated, and my sick girl
will go to her sister in heaven.”

But the sick girl stayed where she
|was. She lay quiet and patient all
|day long, while her mother went to
earn money out-of-doors. It was

the |

into a crack |

always poor, |

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



the
"Oh!”
said she, on my word, that is a little
pea which has taken root here, and
is putting out its little leaves. How

And the
window, and half opened

mother stepped to
it.

can it have gotten into the crack?
| That is a little garden with which you
| can amuse yourself.”

| And the sick girl’s bed was moved
|nearer to the window, so that she
could always see the growing pea;
|and the mother went away to her
work.

Mother, I think I shall get well,”
said the sick child in the evening.
"The sun shone in upon me today
delightfully warm. The little pea is |
| growing fast, and I shall grow too,
and get up, and go out into the warm
sunshine.”

"God grant it,” said the mother,
but she did not believe it would be
so; yet she took care to prop with a
little stick the green plant which
|had given her daughter the pleasant
| thoughts ofslife, so that it might not
|be broken by the wind; she tied a
piece of string to the window sill
and to the upper part of the frame,
so that the pea might have some-
{thing round which it could twine,
when it shot up; and it did shoot up,
| indeed one could see how it grew
every day. |

Really, here is a flower coming!”
said the woman one day; and now
she began to hope that her sick
daughter would get well. She re-|
|membered that lately the child had |
spoken much more cheerfully than
| before, that in the last few days
|she had risen up in bed by herself,
|and had sat upright, looking with
| delighted eyes at the little garden in
| which only one plant grew. A week
afterward the sick child for the first |
|time sat up for a whole hour. Quite
happy, she sat there in the warm
sunshine, the window was_ opened,
and outside before it stood a pink
pea blossom, fully blown. The sick
girl bent down and gently kissed the
delicate leaves. This day was like a
festival.

"The Heavenly Father himself has
planted that pea, and caused it to
grow, to be a joy to you, and to me
also, my blessed child!” said the glad
mother, and she smiled at the flower,
as if it had been a good angel.

But about the other peas? Why, |
the one who flew out into the wide |
world, and said, ’Catch me if you)
can,” fell into the gutter on the roof,
|and found a home in a pigeon’s crop;
the two lazy ones got just as far, for
they, too, were eaten up by pigeons,
and thus at any rate, they were of
some real use; but the fourth, who
wanted to go up into the sun, fell
into the sink, and there he lay in
dirty water for weeks and weeks, and |
swelled prodigiously. |
| ”How beautifully fat I’m growing!”
|said the Pea. "I shall burst at last;
and I don’t think any pea can do
more than that. I’m the most remark-
| able of all the five that were in the |
shell.”

And the Sink said he was right.

But the young girl at the garret
window stood there with gleaming
eyes, with the rosy flush of health
on her cheeks, and folded her thin}
hands over the pea blossom, and |
thanked Heaven for it. |









Softball and Billiard

E. Hoftijzer, Braves captain, receives
the 1951 Softball Trophy from Ita
Arends.

E. Hoftijzer, captain di ’Braves”, ta
ricibi e copa di Softball pa anja 1951
for di Ita Arends.

|spring, and early in the morning, |

just as the mother was about to go
out to work, the sun shone pleasantly
through the little window, and threw
| its rays across the floor; and the si

| girl xed her eyes on the lowes
pane in the window.

"What may that green thing be
|that looks in at the window? It is
| moving in the wind.”









| Approximately 500 witnessed the softball and billiard
| presentation ceremonies Saturday evening, September

15, at the Lago Heights Club.
E. Hoftijzer, captain of the
\champions of A League accepted the
behalf of his team. The Dodgers wer
B. League the Cubs were champio
runners up. There were also four
given out for the best pitchers and





Braves,

ind the Don Bo:
individual




Members of Order Initiated



Members of the Order are, front row, left to right, Eldra Simmons, Ama-
lia Richardson, Rosetta Symth and Catalina Ellis. Back row, from the left
are Alice Davis, Mary Brown, Rosemund Wilson, Annie B. Simmons,
Claudina Payne, Mary E. Hillman, Agatha Rawlins, Maria Black, Agatha
Abrahams, Yvonne Arrindel and Evelyn Stephens.

The Past Most Noble Governor’s| invited to attend.
Chamber of the Household of Ruth, Sister Claudia Payne performed
Grand United Order of Oddfellows, | the duties of installing and dedicating
was established in Aruba August 26.| officer. After the ceremonies a ban-
Initiation ceremonies were held | quet was held for the Chamber Go-
August 22. Installation of officers|vernors and their guests.
and the dedication of the Chamber} The Chamber will be known as the
took place the following Sunday. All| Jewel of Aruba Past Most Noble Go-
the other branches of the Order were vernor’s Chamber No. 228.

Miembronan di’’Houshold

Regalpsigne murere of Ruth” a Worde Instala

y Softball Presenta
Den Lago Heights Un organizacién pa mohénan, dedi-
|ca na honor di Ruth (personaje_bi-
blica) a worde estableci na Aruba
como seccién di e Logia di "Oddfel-
lows” dia 26 di Augustus.



Mas o menos 500 hende a presi
cia presentacion di regalonan pa con-
test di softball y billiard Diasabra |
atardi, 15 di September, na Lago
Heights Club.

Ceremonianan di instalmento a
worde teni dia 22 di Augustus. Insta-
=; he . ore lacién di miembronan di directiva y

E. Hoftijzer, captain di Braves”, | dedicacién di e seccién nobo a tuma
campionnan invencible di A-Kla: aljugd e siguiente Diadomingo. Tur
acon © Tpedeare aE ees otro secciénnan di e Orden a worde
su team. ar ali se 0 | invita : re ‘ ;
Agnes contests DEAE Kl adeareCubae | invita pa prasencia e ceremonianan.
a sali campion y ”Don Bosco” a sali! Claudia Payne tabata encarga cu
segundo, Tambe cuater regalo indi-|e instalamento y dedicacién. Despues
vidual a worde presenta na e mehor | di e ceremonianan un banquete a wor-
“pitchers” y “batters” den cada| de teni pa e Oficialnan y non invita-
klasse. | donan.

W. R. Arias tabata e ganador den E seccién nobo lo carga e nomber
A-Klasse die Tournamento di/ qj "Jewel of Aruba Past Most Noble
Billiard y H. McGibbon a gana den) Goyernor’s Chamber No. 228”.
B-Klasse. Cuater otro regalo a worde
duna pa Billiard.







| i ar Pa
Despues di presentacion di regalo- | Old Refinery Cc So

nan, varios discurso a worde teni, Become Void October 17
entre otro door di N. M. Shirley, re- |
presentando Directiva; R. van Blar-
cum, presidente di e sub-comité pa
softball, y C. D. Louison, presidente
di sub-comité pa Billiard.
Actividadnan di
continua cu un baile
marduga.

Starting October 17 — at 8 a.m. —
all old-type official, semi-public, and
limited vehicle passes become void,
| and will not be accepted for entrance
at any refinery gate. Only the new-
type vehicle passes will be acceptable
for entrance



worde

di

atardi
te

a
dos’or



Awards Made at Club Ceremonies



A clock is presented to H. McGibbon,
Class B Billiard Trourament winner,
by N. M. Shirley.

W. R. Arias, Billiard Tournament

Class A winner, receives a decanter

set from Audrey Tulloch. G. D.
Louison in at right.

Un oloshi ta worde presenta door di

N. M. Shirley na H. MeGibbon, gana-

dor di Tournament di Billiard di
B-Klasse.

W. R. Arias, ganador di Tournamento

di Billiard di A-Klasse, ta ricibi un

set di garafi cu kelki for di Audrey

Tulloch. G. D. Louison ta na banda
drechi.

League.

W. R. Arias was the winner of Class A in the Billiards

Tournament and H. MeGibbon won for Class B. Four
| other awards were made for billiards.

Following the presentations, talks were given
N. M. Shirley, representing management; R.
Blarcum, chairman of the softball sub-committee
G. D. Louison, chairman of the billiards sub-comm

The evenings activities concluded with dancing until 2.

undefeated
1951 trophy on
e runners up. In



awards

batters in each |






Koolman, Marine, was presented
F. Stoltenberg, left. Mr. Koolman
where they plan to make

Prior to his marriage September 27, E.

with a check from his fellow workers by

was married to Reina de Cuba in Sabaneta
their home.

Promer cu su matrimonio ariba dia 27 di September, E. Koolman, Marine

Department, a ricibi un check como regalo di su companeronan di trabao.

F. Stoltenberg, banda robez, ta haciendo e presentacion. Sr. Koolman a

drenta matrimonio cu Srta. Reina de Cuba di Sabaneta, na unda e pareja
ta pensa di biba.

ARUBA ESSO NEWS



se

Budzie Atkins, who retired from LOF last month, is given a token of fare-

well from his friends by T. H. Harrod. He was also given a scroll, a wall

clock and a check. Mr. Atkins joined the company in 1929. He plans to
live in Carriacou.



Budzie Atkins, kende a retira for di LOF luna pasa, ta ricibi un recuerdo

di su amigonan for di T. H. Harrod. El a ricibi un pergamino, un oloshi di

muraya y un check. Sr. Atkins a cuminza su servicio cu Compania na 1929.
El ta pensa di biba na Carriacou.

October 5, 1951



|

\



The Sacred Heart Church in Sabane-
ta was the scene of the wedding of
Juan F. Tromp, Instrument, and
Candida F. van de Linde. Father
Pennix is officiating. The Tromps
spent their honeymoon in Caracas.

Misa di Sagrado Corazon na Sabane-
tabata escena di matrimonio di

ta
+ Juan F. Tromp, Instrument, y Can-
dida_ F. van der Linden. Pastoor
e wy Can ie wd Pennix ta dirigi ceremonianan. Pareja
Tromp a pasa nan "luna di miel” na

Caracas.







Prior to his marriage to Cicilia Kock September 20,
Chrismo Williems (front left) LOF, was given a silver
set. Ramiro Dekort is congratulating him.

Promer cu su matrimonio cu Cecilia Kock dia 20 di

September, Chrismo Williems, adilanti, banda robez,

L.O.F., a worde regala un stel di mesa di plata. Ramiro
De Kort ta felicitando Sr. Williems.

Bon Voyage wishes went with the leather traveling case

presented to W. A. Manware, Storehouse, by B. K.
Chand, from department members. Mr. Manware left

the company last month.

Deseonan pa un feliz biaha a worde presenta door di
B. K. Chand hunto cu e valies di cuero, na W.A.
Manware, Storehouse. Sr. Chand a haci e presentacion
na nomber di otro miembronan di Departamento. Sr.
Manware a laga Compania luna pasa.

In honor of his marriage to Maria Elizabeth Geerman
September 27, Ismael Croes, Accounting, was given a
silver set. Kay Fodermaier makes the presentation.

En honor pa ocasion di su matrimonio cu Maria Eli-
zabeth Geerman, dia 27 di September, Ismael Croes,
Oficina Mayor, a worde regala un stel di mesa di plata.

Kay Fodermaier ta haci e presentacion.

A hot food server is the wedding gift to Humphrey
Maasdaame, Marine Shipyard, from friends in the de-
partment. H. H. Yarig is making the presentation. Mr.
Maasdaame married Hermiene Abrahams September 20.

Un "hot matrimonio pa

Humphrey Maasdame, Marine Shipyard, di amigonan

di departamento. H. H. Yarig ta haciendo e presenta-

cion, Sr. Maasdame a drenta matrimonio cu Hermiene
Abrahams dia 20 di September.

food server” ta e regalo di







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4 a t }
ah
Olinda Flanegin, banda robez, padilanti, Laundry, ta ricibi un regalo promer

cu su matrimonio cu Rosendo Damian, Medical Department. A. Balanco ta
haciendo e presentacion na nomber di su companeranan di trabao.

Olinda Flanegin, front, left, Laundry, is presented with a gift prior to her
marriage to Rosenda Damian, Medical Department. A. Balanco is making
the presentation on behalf of her co-workers.



Scholarship winners Juan Yarzagarey, left, and Raymundo Farro, meet
Roberta Quinlan, N.B.C. star, who explains a television camera to them.
Juan wrote that in the jungle” of buildings in New York he was constantly
confused about direction and knew he could never find his way around
alone. The boys have now started school in Allentown, Pa., and say that
life with the Wilkensons is wonderful. "They sure make you feel at home.”

Estudiantenan Juan Yarzagaray, banda robez, y Raymundo Farro ta en-
contra Roberta Quinlan, estrella di N.B.C., kend> ta splica nan com un
camera di television ta opera. Juan a scirbi cu den e "selva" di edeficionan
na New York el tabata constantemente confundi cu direccion y tabata pen-
sa cu nunca el lo bolbe haya e camina derecho si el sali sin companero.
E muchanan a cuminza school na Allentown, Pennsylvania caba, y nan ta
bisa cu nan ta pasa masha bon na cas di familia Wilkinson. ”’Seguramente
bo ta sinti bo mes na cas cerea nan.”







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